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Both Southampton And Hampton Bays Football Teams Forfeit Final Regular Season Games

author on Nov 1, 2013
Both the Southampton and Hampton Bays varsity football teams forfeited their final regular season games in Division IV last week, the result of unrelated incidents.The Mariners (1-7) were scheduled to... more

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