Panama Looks To Carry Momentum Into Rivalry Game

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PANAMA, OK (KFSM)- The Razorbacks have been on a roll so far this season,remaining undefeated at 4-0. What is even more impressive is that their wins have not been by a little bit, they have scored over 40-points in each victory, while their opponents haven't made it near half their score.

"Well you always look at the offense first but defensively we've been playing real well," said Panama coach Jeff Broyles. "I think we're averaging giving up 10-points a game, but offensively we've kind of found our identity pretty quick."

Panama's biggest test of the season will be this Friday as they battle against 2-A district 6 rival Hartsthrone. Last season the Razorbacks fell to the Miners 46-6, but this time they are prepared to give it their all for four quarters.

"This is been the team that has finished first or second in our district probably for about the last 10-years," said Broyles. Last year they beat us 46-to-6 and really took it to us. I would be shocked if this was a run away game this is going to be a nip and tuck game that is going to last four quarters."

The players have also had this date circled on their calendars for awhile.

"We've been looking forward to this game forever," said senior Josh Morrison. "Since summer we've been waiting for this game we want to get revenge on them. If we get close or even win we'll have confidence, and we'll most likely be able to win the conference."

The Razorbacks will play the Miners on September the 23rd.