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MHS Must Improve Consistency on Offense

Midland High will play two quarterbacks Friday against Permian, but they must establish an offensive consistency if they want to win.
Midland High (2-1, 1-0) have a big game at home Friday night when the Permian Panthers travel down 191 and come to Grande Communications Stadium for a district match up. The Panthers are coming off a huge win against the Abilene Eagles 24-14, and MHS better be ready for a fired up Permian team.

The Bulldogs are on a short week after traveling to Amarillo and beating the Tascosa Rebels 37-27 last Saturday afternoon. Two quarterbacks saw playing time for MHS against Tascosa. Senior Sam Grimes started the game, and senior Preston Howey saw action in the 3rd quarter and for the remainder of the game.

Midland head coach Craig Yenzer will implement both quarterbacks again this week against the Panthers, and he wants to see consistency all around from his Bulldogs.

Yenzer said "What we've got to do is make sure that we continue to have the discipline to get better on a daily basis. I think that's the key for our football team now. We've got to get more production offensively, and I think that's been our focus this week especially as we go through practice. And we have to continue to try to not have those bad plays defensively that we have had in the past."
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