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ELIZABETHTOWN — Two heads (under center, that is) seem to be better than one for the Central Hardin Bruins, but two losses are not better than one for the Elizabethtown Panthers.
As the teams prepare to face off at 8 Friday night in the Panthers’ home debut inside the friendly confines of Doug Smith Memorial Stadium, Elizabethtown is hoping to keep Central Hardin’s dual-quarterback attack from a second straight Bruin win.
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