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Minden’s new QB, offensive weapons impress against Parkway Panthers

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The Minden Crimson Tide looked nothing like a team that lost most of their offensive weapons.

Tuesday saw the high-flying Parkway Panthers visit Minden for a 7-on-7 contest featuring prolific passer and TCU-commit Justin Rogers and one of the top-ranked players in the entire country in Panther receiver Terrace Marshall Jr.

Minden’s own offense came ready as well, armed with senior Glenbrook transfer Seth Tyler and a cast of new faces, not counting Patrick Heard who made a number of highlight-reel plays on the day.

Tyler looked efficient, commanding the underneath passing game and placing a number of deep balls

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