By Greg Ford
The 2015 season was the one where Plano East returned to a level of prominence it hadn’t reached in quite a while.
For the first time in years, the Panthers were a playoff team, albeit one that fell in the first round to a strong Denton Ryan squad. Still, the latest version of the black and gold laid the foundation for future success.
There were many key players in the Panthers’ rise back to power, and junior quarterback Miklo Smalls was one of them. He guided the PESH offense throughout the season, and was rewarded by being named the District 6-6A Offensive Player of the Year.
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