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PHOTOS: Rifle Bears defeat The Classical Academy for state title

Rifle Bears defeated TCA Titans 35-34

Rifle Bear Toto Fletchall runs the ball passed the defending The Classical Academy Titans during Saturday's 3A spring state championship game at CSU Pubelo.
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A Rifle Bear fights to hold back a The Classical Academy Titans during Saturday's 3A state title championship at CSU Pueblo.
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Rifle Bear Trey Caldwell runs the ball through an empty pocket during Saturday's 3A spring state championship game against The Classical Academy at CSU Pueblo.
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Rifle Bears head coach Todd Casebier hugs and talks to Embrey Marantino after he ran the ball down the field for a touchdown during Saturday's 3A state title game against The Classical Academy.
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The Rifle Bears hold hands near the end of Saturday's 3A state championship game against The Classical Academy.
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Rifle Bear Embrey Marantino fights to stay in bounds during Saturday's 3A spring state title game against The Classical Academy at CSU Pueblo.
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The Rifle Bears react after a touchdown is confirmed during Saturday's 3A spring state title game at CSU Pueblo.
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Rifle Bear Embrey Marantino battles against the defending The Classical Academy Titan during Saturday's 3A spring state title game at CSU Pueblo.
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The Rifle Bears celebrate after keeping The Classical Academy from scoring a two-point conversion in the second half during Saturday's 3A state championship game at CSU Pueblo.
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The Rifle Bears celebrate after defeating The Classical Academy 35-34 for the spring 3A state title in Pueblo on Saturday.
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Rifle Bears fans cheer on their team during Saturday's 3A spring state title game against The Classical Academy at CSU Pueblo.
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Rifle Bears head coach Todd Casebier talks to the offense on the sidelines during Saturday's state title game against The Classical Academy.
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The Rifle Bears celebrate after defeating The Classical Academy 35-34 for the spring 3A state title in Pueblo on Saturday at CSU Pueblo.
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The Rifle Bears celebrate after defeating The Classical Academy 35-34 for the spring 3A state title in Pueblo on Saturday at CSU Pueblo.
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The Rifle Bears celebrate after defeating The Classical Academy 35-34 for the spring 3A state title in Pueblo on Saturday at CSU Pueblo.
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Two Rifle Bears tell the crowd to get loud near the end of Saturday's 3A state championship game against The Classical Academy at CSU Pueblo.
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The Rifle Bears celebrate after defeating The Classical Academy 35-34 for the spring 3A state title in Pueblo on Saturday.
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A Rifle Bears fan cheers on his team during the spring 3A state championship game against The Classical Academy on Saturday in Pueblo.
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The Rifle Bears hold hands near the end of Saturday's 3A state championship game against The Classical Academy at CSU Pubelo.
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The Rifle Bears celebrate after defeating The Classical Academy 35-34 for the spring 3A state title in Pueblo on Saturday.
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Visual Journalist Chelsea Self can be reached at 970-384-9108 or cself@postindependent.com


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