Pirates remain undefeated, knock off No. 4 Lamar

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The Pirates’ defensive line looks to take down a Lamar Savage during the first half of the teams’ Halloween matchup. Pagosa defeated Lamar 22-8 at home to move to the top of the league.

By Clayton Chaney
Staff Writer

Last Saturday, Oct. 31, the Pagosa Springs High School football team took on the Lamar Savages in a top-10 2A division conference matchup. The Savages entered the game ranked fourth in the state’s 2A division, while Pagosa Springs was ranked fifth, according to CHSAANow.com. 

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Pirate Aaron Aucoin intercepts a pass during the second half of the team’s victory over the then-No. 5 Lamar Savages Saturday. With the win, the Pirates now sit as the No. 4 team in Colorado 2A football.
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The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate cheerleaders took to the field at halftime of the football team’s 22-8 win Saturday to entertain the crowd with a dance.