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Playing To Potential

We'd been hearing it ever since the season began, and had seen it in the numbers whenever the Lena-Winslow Panthers went off to play in a high-end tournament somewhere, but Tuesday night was the first time the home fans got to see the Panthers at the top of their game as they dominated a very strong Dakota Indian squad 25-16, 25-13.

"We wanted this so bad," said setter Alyssa Daughenbaugh. "I got up at five Monday morning to come here to practice at six, it was all I could think about all day."

"This was H-U-G-E huge!," added Grace Groezinger.

She wasn't exaggerating. Being able to beat...


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