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The Cameron Yoe football team turned up the heat in the 2nd half, running away from the Edna Cowboys in the state semifinals, 70-34. At halftime, Yoe High Principal Kenny Driska presented the family of Noah Ortiz, pictured above, with a check for $36,000. Ortiz, an Edna football player, died in a mobile home fire in late November. Cameron now advances to the state championship game this Thursday. Click here for pictures (courtesy of Jerry Bethell and Kevin Kelm)

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The Cameron Yoe football team dominated over arch rival Rockdale last Friday in the state quarterfinals, 44-25. The win helped Cameron exact some revenge from a loss earlier in the year. The Yoemen now move on to the state semifinals against Edna this Friday. Click here for pictures (courtesy of Jerry Bethell)

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