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Fairland Falls at Home to Barnsdall

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The Fairland Owls lost to the Barnsdall Panthers on Thursday night 48-16.

With the loss, Fairland falls to 3-5 overall (1-3 in Class A District 7), while Barnsdall moves to 5-3 overall (1-3 in Class A District 7). 

Next up for the Owls, they will be at home against #2 Rejoice Christian on Oct. 27th. 

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