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John Curtis wins Shrine clash over Easton

Source: Tammie Mills, FOX 8 Source: Tammie Mills, FOX 8
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Two of the top four teams in FOX 8's Big 8 Poll clashed Friday night at The Shrine on Airline Drive and ultimately, John Curtis got past Warren Easton, 27-21. The game was tied at 6 and 13 before the Patriots eventually built a 27-13 lead that would hold off the Eagles for good.

John Curtis' Catholic League schedule begins next Friday against Jesuit, a team that Easton beat handily to open the season. Meanwhile, the Eagles will take on Belle Chasse.

FOX 8 Football Friday has highlights and scores from all around South Louisiana each week at 10:35 p.m.

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