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by | Oct 1, 2015 | Sports

Kade Massey (10) and Moonie Jackson (1) celebrate the victory during the singing of the school song.

Kade Massey (10) and Moonie Jackson (1) celebrate the victory during the singing of the school song.

 

Panthers spoil Leopards Homecoming

By Liam Baker

Contributing Writer

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GAINESVILLE – Princeton improved to 4-1 after a homecoming-spoiling 33-6 victory over 0-5 Gainesville.

The Leopards won the coin toss, but chose to kick to Princeton to start the game.

The Panthers started with the ball on their own 35-yard line and promptly went to the air game as Colt Collins found George Flores for a quick 9-yard gain.

For the full story see The Princeton Herald e-edition.

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