Indians hit road to take on highly-rated Golden Aces | Lawrenceville Daily Record
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Indians hit road to take on highly-rated Golden Aces

Posted on September 15, 2022


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As long as there has been sports, there has been Davids and their has been Goliaths. In the latest version of that tale, Lawrenceville High School’s football team will be taking on the role of David, while their opponent this week – perennial power Mt. Carmel – will assume the role of Goliath.

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