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Published: Friday, Nov. 16 2012 3:20 p.m. MST

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Frankenberry
Saint George, UT

What a great effort by Dixie. It will be a sweet bus ride home. Congratulations on a great season and thanks for keeping the trophy in Region 9. To Spanish Fork: Well done, a great season. And now that you've been to the Championship once, well you know how to get there. Great job everybody.

tigerfan
HURRICANE, UT

Wow! Congratulations to Dixie on an amazing year and leading that awful Region 9 to it's second straight title. I was very surprised about the score but not that Dixie took state. Barney is amazing.

gcg123
HURRICANE, UT

Congratulations to Dixie and thanks for proving that region 9 is not overrated. It is almost scary how close Dixie came to being the #1 seed instead of #3 seed from region 9. They are truly champions and deserve all the accolades that will come their way. Although Juan Diego has dominated the 3A title for the last half decade, 3A football in Utah is extremely competitive and Dixie proved they are the best this year.

sky2k1
Provo, UT

My favorite part is that Dixie beat three #1 seeds in the playoffs and beat the other #1 seed during the regular season during region. It was a great game and they definitely deserved it. Congrats Flyers.

southpride56
Saint George, UT

Ya boyz you definetly earned it!!

Mammoth
St. George, UT

You know I have to say this , to all the Region 9 nay Sayers WHAT NOW???? Sorry that felt good, Dixie had one of those magical rides that just came together perfectly, Great Job to SF, JD, and Stansbury, you were all very talented teams! Luckily we had Blake Barney and an undersized tenacious team to back him, Go Flyers and Region 9!!!!

OneManWolfPack
St George, UT

Dixie, Desert Hills, Pine View and Hurricane back into playoffs next year. All have good teams coming back. Lets get on a roll Region 9!!

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