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Chiefland football had a good week of practice following last week's letdown loss against Mayo. The defense played with outstanding aggression Friday against number four-ranked Newberry. But with multiple miscues on offense against one of the best teams in the state, the inevitable happened - the Indians fell, 22-7, to the Panthers.
"We just couldn't get our rhythm established on offense," said Chiefland head coach Ajay Ulmer. "We'd start to put a drive together and then make some mistake, a penalty or turnover, that would really disrupt our progress."
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