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November 8, 2013 12:30 AM

Bluffton, Beaufort High focus on task at hand in Week 11 of high school football season

There are three different ways Bluffton could sneak into this year's Class 4-A playoffs. But each involves the Bobcats taking down Summerville, which arrives for the Bobcats' regular season finale with an 8-2 record and the Region 8-AAAA crown in tow.

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