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Gallery: Chelsea vs. Pelham

Joseph Waller, Buzz Sports Reporter

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On Friday, September 21, Chelsea hosted Pelham in a varsity football game. It was a back-and-forth contest, but at the end, Pelham made one more play than the Hornets and escaped with a 46-42 win. The loss dropped Chelsea to 0-5 on the season. Check out the gallery below to see action from the contest.

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Joseph Waller, Buzz News Reporter

Joseph Waller is a freshman reporter at Chelsea High School who enjoys history and nature. As a young boy Joseph played a lot of sports including baseball, basketball, football, etc. He also played ┬ávideo games; his favorite was MW2. When Joseph grows up he wants to be a JAG (Judge Advocate General) officer, which is a lawyer in the Air Force. Joseph has one dog named Athena, like the goddess. He said “she once ran full speed into a wall.”

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