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St. Paul will enjoy a bye on Nov. 4, then face the winner of a Perrydale/Camas Valley match-up on Nov. 11

PMG PHOTO: GARY ALLEN - Sophomore runningback Clay Moore makes a cut in the Buckaroos' 52-0 drubbing of Perrydale on Friday at home.

The St. Paul Buckaroos continued their rampage through the Class 1A football season Friday evening with a 52-0 drubbing of traditional Casco League foe Perrydale.

The win cemented the Bucks' perfect regular season record at 8-0 overall and 4-0 in Casco League (Special District 1) play. The win earned St. Paul a No. 3 national ranking among eight-man football teams and allowed the Bucks to outdistance Myrtle Point (3-1 league, 5-3 overall) for the Casco League title.

In amassing a perfect record the Bucks have averaged 55.5 points per game in one-sided losses both in and out of league play.PMG PHOTO: GARY ALLEN - St. Paul's defense proved too much for the Pirates on a drizzly night at the rodeo grounds.

St. Paul, who finishes the regular season ranked No. 1 in the state, proved to be too much for the Pirates on a drizzly night at the rodeo grounds on Friday evening. The Bucks scored on nearly every possession while their defense swarmed to the ball to keep Perrydale out of the end zone for the entire game, which ended at the half due to the 40-point mercy rule.

The Bucks will enjoy a bye on Nov. 4 while Perrydale (6-2) and Camas Valley (5-3) battle it out for the right to face St. Paul on Nov. 11.

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