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Gunn title hopes remain on track

Original post made on Nov 1, 2019

Palo Alto, Gunn and Woodside all play their final home game of the season Friday. Menlo-Atherton was also scheduled to do so, but was informed earlier this week that Aragon had decided to forfeit the game. So the Bears are 6-3 and 4-0 in the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division heading into their regular-season finale Nov. 8 at The King's Academy.

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Posted by Mark Weiss
a resident of Downtown North
on Nov 1, 2019 at 9:49 am

Mark Weiss is a registered user.

I hope Paly wins they can get whooped by Gunn in CCS.

Gunn and Paly were comparable in football until my junior year, 1980, when Jim Harbaugh came to town. Not just he was good, but he was the first in a pipeline of Gunn district athletes who transferred to play in North city.

Actually pound for pound Cubberley had the best gridiron history. It produced coach Earl Hanson plus our first NFL player Art Kuehn.

I’ll be at the Old Pro if anybody wants to argue these points.

Did I mention that my Gunn classmate Chris Strausser, a John Ralston protege, is now line coach for The Colts?

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