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Senior leadership brings high expectations to the field for Maypearl

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JENNIFER MULHAUSEN

The Ellis County Press

Bouncing back from a disheartening 1-9 record in a season plagued with injuries, Coach Bill Hughes and the Maypearl Panthers are "good to go."

Four players endured surgery after injuries last season to knees, a shoulder and a collar bone.

This season’s varsity team boasts ten seniors, the largest senior group in Maypearl football history. Before coming to Maypearl, Coach Hughes spent a season with Kennedale High School and enjoyed an 18 year stint with Irving Nimitz High School. Maypearl’s season opener is at home against Italy on Aug. 29 at 7:30 p.m.


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