By Greg Ford
Before the season began, Joey McCullough set out three goals for his team; going unbeaten in non-district play, defeat Plano and Plano West and then win five district games.
The Panthers accomplished the first two under the second-year head coach, and now they are one victory away from achieving the latter. More importantly, if they do defeat Hebron tonight — all 6-6A games were moved to Thursday because of an inclement weather threat Friday — the Panthers will have cinched up a playoff spot for the first time in several years
This past weekend East earned district win No. 4 with a 27-13 victory over Lewisville during Homecoming.
(To view the entire article, check out the Oct. 29 edition of the Murphy Monitor)