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Friday Night Takeover Highlights 9/1

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It was a busy night around Montana for local area teams, including an instant classic in Missoula between rivals Sentinel and Missoula. Shaun Rainey and Ben Wineman run through highlights of these games:

Sentinel 44-40 over Big Sky

Frenchtown 35-3 over Whitefish

CMR over Glacier 21-14

Capital 30-24 over Flathead 

Loyola 9-0 over Shelby

Belgrade 31-14 over Park

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