What happened when a school with no mascot won the contest?

As you read this, the world is being told that the redwood high football team from San Francisco was crowned the winner of the 2014 Marshall High School Bowl.

They won the title for the second year running, beating the rival California Golden Bears in overtime.

The Redwood High School football team will also compete in the 2015 Marshall High Bowl.

But while the high school team’s winning celebration is the best part of this story, the actual win is probably not all that remarkable.

The high school game itself was one of the more intriguing ones of the tournament.

There were a lot of moving parts to it.

In order to win, a team needs to win a football game.

But if the team loses, the game is over.

So the teams were pitted against each other in a game that had a couple of key differences.

Firstly, Marshall was a football team that didn’t really have a mascot, which made it very different to other teams competing.

But secondly, the Redwood team was coached by former San Francisco 49ers head coach Chip Kelly.

And with Kelly’s background in football, the team won’t be as much of a risk.

And so it was, with the Redwoods taking on the Marshall team in a 4-2 win.

The Redwood school has a long history of football.

The school has won four state championships since 1962, and has won six state championships in the last seven years.

The team’s most recent victory was in 2014, beating a team from the nearby town of Redwood that had never even played a game in the sport.

And while it wasn’t the biggest win in the history of the school, it was the school’s biggest.

The winner of that game will be paid $50,000, and the school will also be able to field a mascot for one game that year.

So while the football team was pretty much the last team to win the contest, the school is getting paid a lot.