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Nothing goes right for Panthers as Dodge City wins in 47-13 WAC rout

Great Bend’s Justin McGinnes (30) has a pass fly just over his head against Dodge City.

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The Great Bend High School football team couldn’t buy a break on Friday night.
With Western Athletic Conference foe Dodge City in town on Homecoming, the Panthers couldn’t seem to get things going as the Demons won 47-13 at Memorial Stadium.
“We just beat ourselves early and dug ourselves such a big hole that there was no way we were equipped to come back from 20 points at that time,” GBHS head coach Bo Black said. “We just shot ourselves in the foot, and we’re not good enough to shoot ourselves in the foot like that and ...

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