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Panama boys beat Warner

September 21, 2013

PANAMA — The story line of Friday night's game at George Ollie Stadium would have to be the domination of the Panama Razorbacks offensive and defensive lines. Warner was running an old-school offense, and it seemed like they kept wanting to ride on the back of senior Clint Kite.
Panama scored early, and then did not give up a single offensive point to Warner as the Eagles scored on an 88-yard kick return by Kite.
When the final horn sounded, the Hogs had their second win of the season, posting a 29-6 victory over the Eagles.

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