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Former Panama assistant coach taking over Hogs on hardwood

July 2, 2013

HE'S BACK — Ryne Perdue, left, talks to his Panama basketball players in a timeout during one of last month's Howe Summer Basketball League games at the Panama Gym. Perdue, who has spent the last two years at Muskogee after being former Panama coach Greg Nichols' assistant, is returning to coach the Hogs. PDN photo by David Seeley

PANAMA — After a two-year hiatus from the bench of the Panama High School boys basketball team, Ryne Perdue is back.
After spending the last two years at Muskogee, Perdue is returning to take over the coaching duties with the Panama Razorbacks basketball team.
“When I was here before, it was a great place to be,” Perdue said. “The people were great. That wasn't the nature of me leaving. With the opportunity to come back and the position open, It seemed like a good thing to do.”

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