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Sophomore Blake Edwards, known for his Reggie Bushesque runs, dominates the Flintridge Prep Rebels. Poly soundly defeated Prep, 28-14. Evan Robinson/The Paw Print

Sophomore Blake Edwards, known for his Reggie Bushesque runs, dominates the Flintridge Prep Rebels. Poly soundly defeated Prep, 28-14. Evan Robinson/The Paw Print

After strong start to their year, the Panthers faltered in Prep League play and were not able to reach the CIF playoffs.

By JASON LEUNG
Assistant sports editor

 

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By BOBBY SAMUELS
Sports editor

In his third year as a varsity starter, senior Andrew Ellingsen has a wealth of experience. A second-year captain, Ellingsen leads the team both on and off the field.

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With a record of 2-2 and about to begin Prep League play, the Panthers look to improve on their past performance in order to win the Prep League.

By DANIEL WOHL
Staff writer

A Poly varsity starter plows over a Campbell Hall defender.

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Varsity football expects comeback

The football team, comprised mostly of returning senior starters, has high hopes for the upcoming season.

By BOBBY SAMUELS
Sports editor

The Varsity football team practices at Poly. The Panthers will only play three games at home this season, one of which will have to be played at South Pasadena because of the lack of lights on Babcock Field. (Evan Robinson/The Paw Print)

The Varsity football team practices at Poly. The Panthers will only play three games at home this season, one of which will have to be played at South Pasadena because of the lack of lights on Babcock Field. (Evan Robinson/The Paw Print)

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By JORDAN SMITH
Sports editor

Following Varsity football’s narrow victory against Campbell Hall on Friday, the Panthers returned to North Hollywood on Saturday where the JV football team met the Vikings in their season opener. From the opening kickoff, the teams appeared to be equally matched, suggesting that the game would likely be a close one. Neither team seemed to show the slightest edge over the other during the initial back and forth drives and stops, that is until the Viking tailback slipped through Panther defenders in the 2nd quarter to take the ball 70 yards for the first touchdown of the game. As the two teams retired to their locker rooms at the conclusion of the first half, the score stood at a 7-0 Campbell Hall lead, as the Panthers had been unable to successfully deliver a retaliatory blow to the Vikings defense in the 2nd quarter.

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