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Don Blake
Don Blake has covered sports, news and events in Delaware for more than 20 years. Don has worked for several publications over the years including The Dialog Newspaper, Out & About Magazine, The News Journal, and Delaware State News. He has recently started his own photography business www.donblakephotography.com which specializes in Sports, Wedding, Editorial, and Portrait Photography.

This year’s Delaware State High School Football championship games were exciting affairs as Middletown and Indian River emerged victorious. Photographer Don Blake was in attendance and has these photos for TSD readers.

Middletown celebrates after winning the DIAA Division I Football Championship at Delaware State University. photo/www.donblakephotography.com

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Middletown celebrates after winning the DIAA Division I Football Championship at Delaware State University. photo/www.donblakephotography.com

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