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Congratulations to 21 Sports on 4,000 games!

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High school football highlights have always been part of everyone's Friday night sportscasts. But in 1994, 21 WFMJ realized that high school football in our Valley was just too big to cover in only a few minutes!

That's why we decided to expand our coverage by kicking off the "Overtime Report." Today in 2012, the "Taco Bell Overtime Report" gives fans 21 minutes of uninterrupted high school football highlights every Friday night!

And tonight, 21 Sports will cover its 4,000th game since the expansion!

We want to thank all of our sponsors past and present, plus the all of the members of 21 Sports team and the army of photojournalists and interns who have made this possible!

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