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Saints set to contend again

South Kitsap graduate Anthony Galloway, a Saints’ backup last season, will step into the feature back role this year following the departure of Malachi DeWalt to King County. - Jesse Beals/File photo 2006
South Kitsap graduate Anthony Galloway, a Saints’ backup last season, will step into the feature back role this year following the departure of Malachi DeWalt to King County.
— image credit: Jesse Beals/File photo 2006

A large core group comes back to mix with some talented youngsters as the West Sound Saints swing back into action Saturday, hosting the Washington Cavaliers from Vancouver at 6 p.m. at Silverdale Stadium.

Just two years removed from their NAFL2 national championship, the team looks to battle with the King County Jaguars again in what is shaping up to be a perennial contest for the Northwest Football League title.

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