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Tucker Coborn (12), who used blocks by John Drury (25) and Jared Nash (54) to gain some yards against Wadena-Deer Creek, received the Gary Rehn Award as Park Rapids' Most Valuable Player. (Vance Carlson / Enterprise)

Panthers set foundation for future

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Going 2-7 wasn't the way Aaron Morris wanted to start his career as the head coach of the Park Rapids football team.

However, Morris was happy with the foundation the Panthers set for the future.


"Overall I thought the season went pretty well," said Morris. "I learned a lot and now the kids know what my system is and what my expectations are. Overall I was satisfied."

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