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Chargers anxious to play rival Panthers under the lights

August 21, 2014

Friday night lights has become a popular expression when it comes to high school football.
In the area, it becomes more tonight.
Choctaw County is one of those teams and coach Adam Dillinger is more than ready to turn on the lights in Ackerman to see what his current crop of Chargers brings to the table.
"The biggest thing we are concerned about is seeing what our team has in the first game of the year," Dillinger said. "We are going out there to see what kind of mindset we are going to have and how we will react to the lights coming on."

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