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August 4, 2014 10:41 AM

North Johnston will ‘wing’ it this fall

Ashley Ennis is bringing a new look with an old style to North Johnston football this fall. After years of option football, the Panthers, who endured an 0-11 season in 2013, has dropped that style and will be embracing the Wing-T offense, which Ennis learned in his years as an assistant coach and implemented during his two-year tenure as head coach of Two Rivers 3A Conference member Triton.

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