Battle on 83 pits Perryton shutdown D versus Canadian high-flying offense

After downing their first two opponents, the No. 2 Canadian Wildcats (2-0) have their first, and perhaps biggest, rival coming to town Friday.
The 4A Perryton Rangers (0-2) haven’t had the start they were hoping for, but when they meet with the Wildcats for the 71st time, all bets are off.
Two years ago, the Rangers broke a four year losing streak against Canadian, in Wildcat Stadium, upsetting the eventual region champions 24-16.
Last year, the Wildcats exacted revenge, winning 36-0, but the Canadian offense was downright disgusted by their performance.
Through the first three quarters, the offense…

To read the rest of this story, check out this week’s edition of The Canadian Record.

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