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Panther running game too much for La Vernia


Panther running game too much for La Vernia
The Bear offensive line protects Alec Dews as he kicks an extra point for La Vernia. The Bears fell to Medina Valley last Friday by the score of 40-13.


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September 5, 2012
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La Vernia 13, Medina Valley 40

CASTROVILLE -- La Vernia Bear Head Football Coach Bo Robinson knew his team would be tested right out of the gates, as traveling to Castroville to face the Medina Valley Panthers wasn’t something anyone expected to be easy. The Bears put up a good fight, and can take some positives away from their 40-13 loss, but certainly understand they have some work to do. . . .

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