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Chapel Hill out to repeat the rings

CHAPEL HILL, TX (ETSN.fm/KLTV) - High school football coaches are quick to flip the switch toward that next big game, or in Chapel Hill's case, the next season.

Bulldogs coach Thomas Sitton certainly isn't one to dwell in the past — it's about 2012 now, he says — as Chapel Hill goes into the new season with arguably the toughest schedule in East Texas (and playing in the District of Doom).

"We like things tough for us, we like things hard for us, we like things we have to work for," said Sitton, as Chapel Hill opened up camp today. "There are going to be some tough times this season, just like last season and we just have to play down after down and play the way we know we can play."

That being said, it's still a good time to relive five of Chapel Hill's biggest moments in a 2011 season that saw the Bulldogs bring the crown back to East Texas. 

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