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SCOTT DEPOT, W.Va. — A Thanksgiving tradition continued Tuesday in Putnam County, with touchdowns — not turkey — on the menu.

Around 50 children ran around Steve Berry’s yard in Scott Depot with flags tied around their waists and cleats on their feet to celebrate a now-annual tradition, the local Turkey Bowl.

Caity Coyne can be reached at 304-348-7939 or caity.coyne@hdmediallc.com. Follow @CaityCoyne on Twitter.

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