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Rattlers Dismantle Gladiators in Season Finale, 68-20

Arizona Rattlers Press Release
The five-time World Champion Arizona Rattlers (13-3) end the regular season with a win over the Cleveland Gladiators (7-9) by a score of 68-20 at the Talking Stick Resort Arena, in front of 12,823 fans. This win kept the Rattlers perfect at home in the regular season for the second time in three seasons.

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