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Panama football team shows improvement in its Friday night scrimmage against Warner

August 30, 2011

HEADING TO DAYLIGHT — Panama running back Josh Harper looks for daylight during a running play in Friday night's home scrimmage against the Warner Eagles at George Ollie Stadium. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

PANAMA — First-Year Panama Razorbacks Football Coach Brandon Ellis saw some good things in his team's final preseason scrimmage against the Warner Eagles Friday night at George Ollie Stadium.
In fact, no more had everyone gotten settled when the Hogs made some noise offensively. Quarterback Trevor Bourne hit Isaac Burris on a 62-yard touchdown play, which proved to be the only score the Razorbacks had on the night.
“We had good blocking up front on that play,” Ellis said. “(Bourne) put (the ball) right in there. We made an adjustment to their defense right there. It worked out good for us. It was a big play for us.”

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