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By CHUCK JONES firstname.lastname@example.org CECILIA – Last season, Central Hardin defensive back Cameron Chaney often found himself being picked on. Opposing teams didn’t want to throw on senior Vato Sorilla’s side, so Chaney saw his fair share of passes come his way. Never was that more evident than in last year’s game against the Elizabethtown Panthers, who threw 71 passes in Central Hardin’s 48-35 come-from-behind victory. “They picked on him early and often,” Central Hardin coach Mike Lawson said.
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