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Meitner’s three TDs boost Panthers JV over Garden City

Great Bend freshman quarterback Jacob Murray, at left, runs into a pile against Garden City on Monday afternoon.

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The Great Bend High School junior varsity football team started slow against Garden City.
But thanks to a strong push from their offensive line, resulting in running back Braden Meitner’s three touchdowns, the Panthers finished strong for a 42-12 rout on Monday evening at Memorial Stadium.
Garden City owned the first quarter, scoring on a pair of TD passes from quarterback Dylan Darter. He completed a 50-yard rainbow to Nalen Rincones and a 24-yard dart to Edgar Aguilar.
The Panthers took over in the second quarter. Trey Ibarra had a two-yard dive into the end zone
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