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Spring Garden ready to bounce back from injury-plagued year

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Posted: Saturday, August 9, 2014 4:51 pm | Updated: 4:58 pm, Sat Aug 9, 2014.

SPRING GARDEN — After reaching the Class 1A playoffs in 2012 and earning a postseason victory for the third time in school history, Spring Garden fell out of playoff contention last year at 3-7.

When asked what would be needed for the Panthers to make the postseason this time, head coach Jason Howard responded, “We’ve got to have no injuries and several of them are just going to have to grow up. They played last year. They got that experience. Now it’s time to grow up and step up and play.”

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