St. Francis makes region debut against Mount Pisgah
by Greg Oshust
11:29 AM, Thursday, October 02
With a 4-0 record, hopes are high for St. Francis as it gets ready to play its first region game as it reaches the midway point of its fifth season of varsity play. The Knights face their toughest challenge yet in their region debut as they go on ...

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