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Bulldogs Beat Mustangs in Turkey Tussle, 33-6

By Austin Green
Pasadena Outlook

With roughly five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter of an unprecedented spring edition of the Turkey Tussle, Pasadena High School head football coach DeJuan Shamburger gathered his team on its sideline at the Rose Bowl. With the game’s result all but assured and things predictably getting chippy between the Bulldogs and archrival Muir Mustangs, Shamburger urged calm among his players by reminding them what they were about to accomplish.
“The (Victory) Bell is coming back to the eastside,” Shamburger said, “so relax.”
As Shamburger repeated his message, it had the desired effect — sort of. Bulldogs players started repeating the phrase to each other and cheering in triumph. The socially distanced Pasadena fans on the other side of the field saw the energy on the sideline and let out a loud roar. By the time the clock hit double-zeroes, Pasadena had concluded a storybook season with a 33-6 drubbing of its intracity rival at the Rose Bowl.


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