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 KHS Scrimmages Patriots Friday; Undersized Panthers Have Holes to Fill on Both Sides of Ball

August 13, 2008 - Outside of the practice field, Knightstown head football coach Bob Prescott will get his first look at the 2008 Knightstown Panthers when the team travels to Union County this Friday night for a scrimmage against the Patriots.

Prescott said Monday that he will allow his offense to work on actual game situations due to the youth on this year’s team, but defensively, he’ll not show any potential scouting material to season-opening opponent Centerville.

“We’re going to use the shotgun offense Friday night,” Prescott said. “It’s something that we need to work on in a game situation because we’re going to be doing some things differently this year.”

The Panthers are undersized this season and hope to make up for that deficiency with some speed in certain areas and a creative game plan on both sides of the ball.

A complete preview of the team and players will appear in next week’s issue of The Banner. The scrimmage at Union County will begin at 7 p.m.

 

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