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PHOTOS: Rivals battle on the gridiron

Glenwood Springs Demons defeat Rifle Bears 34-27

The team captains of the Rifle Bears and Glenwood Springs Demons shake hands after the coin toss at the start of Friday night's rivalry game at Rifle High School.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Joaquin Sandoval tackles Rifle Bear Sterling Cook during Friday night’s rivalry game.
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Glenwood Springs Demon quarterback Joaquin Sandoval hands the ball off to Mason Markovich during Friday night’s rivalry game against the Rifle Bears.
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Rifle Bear Jesus Martinez celebrates after a big tackle in the first half of the rivalry game against the Glenwood Springs Demons on Friday night.
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Glenwood Springs Demon quarterback Joaquin Sandoval looks for an open receiver during Friday night’s rivalry game against the Rifle Bears.
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Glenwood Springs Demon quarterback Joaquin Sandoval leaps for the endzone after intercepting the ball during Friday night’s rivalry game against the Rifle Bears.
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Rifle Bears Logan Gross and Sterling Cook celebrate in the endzone after scoring against the Glenwood Springs Demons during Friday night’s rivalry game.
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Two Glenwood Springs Demons and a Rifle Bear battle for possession of the ball during Friday night’s rivalry game at Rifle High School.
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The Glenwood Springs High School student section cheer on the demons during the rivalry game against the Rifle Bears on Friday night.
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The Glenwood Springs Demons celebrate after regaining possession of the ball and defeating the rival Rifle Bears during Friday night’s game.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Joaquin Sandoval runs to celebrate with the student section after defeating the rival Rifle Bears on Friday night.
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