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Rattlers Ready To Leave Their Mark On Panthers

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When the Magazine Rattlers take to the field, people notice. They are a team that is stacked with raw talent and heavy with players that conduct themselves with a favorable reputation on and off the field. Recently the Rattlers scrimmaged with the Cedarville Pirates. And although it was not the outcome that Magazine was hoping for, it was a great opportunity for the coaches and players to expose the areas that will need to be fixed before their next game.

Offensively, the Rattlers were able to spread around and give most of the players a chance to make a play. A chance for everyone to acquire some field time and get their feet wet. Defensively, Caleb Hyatt and Kobe Faughn were able to accomplish some great plays for Magazine. A duo that is just getting started when it comes to dominating on the gridiron.

This Friday, August 30, the Magazine Rattlers will host the Bigelow Panthers at 7 p.m. Last season, the Rattlers fell short in their game against the Panthers but this season, not only will the match-up be on Magazines home turf but they are bringing something new to the table. The Rattlers have a new attitude, a fresh outlook, and an above and beyond skill set that is going to leave competitors shaking in their cleats.

“We, like most teams, play better at home,” expressed Head Coach, Doug Powell. “Hopefully, our fans come out and overflow the stands and we can get this season started on a good note. Last year we were our own worst enemy. Bigelow made some big plays with some good athletes and that was the difference.┬áThis season, they still have athletes and I am sure they will make plays. But we will have to execute our game and finish our drives with touchdowns in order for us to bring home the win!”

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