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D.C. Everest football comes up short against SPASH

Many DCE drives end with punts

2:39 PM, Aug. 28, 2013
D.C. Everest's Mason Hagenbucher gets outside for yardage against SPASH in their game Friday in Stevens Point.
D.C. Everest's Mason Hagenbucher gets outside for yardage against SPASH in their game Friday in Stevens Point.
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The experienced defense of the Stevens Point Area Senior High football team harassed the D.C. Everest offense from the opening kick to the final whistle.

The Panthers' defense also helped offset some offensive mistakes as it blanked the Evergreens 21-0 Aug. 23at Goerke Field.

While the SPASH defense was the anchor for the Panthers in the season opener, the right leg of punter Zach Hoffman helped keep the Evergreens in decent field position. ...

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