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August 23, 2012 12:00 AM

Bengals have numbers to keep momentum

Despite finishing the regular season in the red, Blythewood salvaged its first season under Reggie Kennedy with an unlikely run to the Class 4A Division I semifinals that began with a stunning upset of Lexington and netted a final 7-7 grade.

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