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PHOTO GALLERY: Falcons win football game agains Manhattan Spartans

Tuesday, June 28, 2011 | 6:49 p.m. CDT; updated 9:36 a.m. CDT, Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Offensive lineman Terry Jett runs into the field near the end of the 4th quarter. The Falcons won the game with a score of 20-6.

The Columbia Falcons beat the Manhattan Spartans in a football game Tuesday with a final score of 20-6. The team is a non-profit group with a focus on personal and community improvement. It is part of the Alliance Football League. 

 

 

Running back Joe Otay, who formerly played for MU, pauses on the sidelines during the 3rd quarter of a Falcons game.
Offensive lineman Jimmy Kimble of Caruthersville, Mo., rests on the sidelines during the 4th quarter of a Falcons football game. Kimble was not injured during the game.
A fan reacts to a field goal attempt by the Falcons in the 2nd quarter of the game. The Falcons played the Manhattan Spartans and won.
From left, Sharmar Ransom, 3, poses for his aunt Leah McRoberts as Jaedyn Wright, 6, Justice Wright, 3, and Zion Slaughter, 4, play.

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