Panthers optimistic about Camden matchup

Brianna Owen, Journalist

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After a long and exciting upset last Friday against the Lakeside Rams, the Panthers are preparing to take on the Camden Cardinals, Oct. 6. The Cardinals recently beat White Hall, who in turn beat Magnolia, so the battle is expected to be fierce. The Panthers have been working to “plug the holes” in the defense, according to  Terry Lambert, junior running back. The student bus, a new addition at MHS, leaves at 4:45 and is expected to boost the fan turnout.

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