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Parkway handles preseason pressures

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It's been an offseason like no other for coach David Feaster and the Parkway football squad.  The Panthers head into 2013 with high hopes, and even higher expectations.  Much of the reason for the hype is senior quarterback and LSU commit Brandon Harris.  

Harris has thrusted his team into the spotlight in Louisiana and is ranked among the top QB prospects in the country.  Feaster says being considered one of the top teams in the state has it's perks, but it also comes with some challenges.  A point he's made clear to his team during the offseason.  

The Panthers will kick things off at home against Calvary on September 6th.

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