Pirates maroon Alamosa Mean Moose in first home game

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    Pagosa’s No, 22, Aiden O’Donnell, looks to breakaway a run on the outside edge of the Mean Moose defense after catching a pass from Grant Aucoin. O’Donnell finished the game with a total of 27 receiving yards on two receptions.

    By Clayton Chaney
    Staff Writer

    Last Thursday, Oct. 15, the Pagosa Springs High School Pirates football team took on the Alamosa Mean Moose to begin this season’s conference play. The Pirates came up big on the night, winning their home opener 46-6. 

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    Senior kicker Cam Hinger knocks in an extra point attempt with Alamosa defenders closing in quickly. Hinger went four for
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    A limited number of Pirates’ fans are in attendance for this season’s home opener against the Alamosa Mean Moose. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, no general admission is being allowed this season.
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    The Pagosa Springs Pirate cheerleaders stand behind an end zone, cheering on their team from a distance.