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Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise The Harlan Green Dragons were back on the field this month as they prepared for the upcoming season. The Dragons are coming off their best season of the past decade and will be shooting for a second straight District 8 title. Tanner Parks (top), who will return for his senior season at quarterback, battled for yardage during a drill at a practice session Thursday. Franklin Davis and Thomas Morgan blocked for Parks on the play while Brandon Day and Matthew Short tried to bring him down. Short (56) and Morgan (50), who will both seniors next fall, battled during another drill as assistant coach John Luttrell watched. The Dragons will open the regular season on Aug. 26 at home against South Floyd.


Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise The Harlan Green Dragons were back on the field this month as they prepared for the upcoming season. The Dragons are coming off their best season of the past decade and will be shooting for a second straight District 8 title. Tanner Parks (top), who will return for his senior season at quarterback, battled for yardage during a drill at a practice session Thursday. Franklin Davis and Thomas Morgan blocked for Parks on the play while Brandon Day and Matthew Short tried to bring him down. Short (56) and Morgan (50), who will both seniors next fall, battled during another drill as assistant coach John Luttrell watched. The Dragons will open the regular season on Aug. 26 at home against South Floyd.


Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise

The Harlan Green Dragons were back on the field this month as they prepared for the upcoming season. The Dragons are coming off their best season of the past decade and will be shooting for a second straight District 8 title. Tanner Parks (top), who will return for his senior season at quarterback, battled for yardage during a drill at a practice session Thursday. Franklin Davis and Thomas Morgan blocked for Parks on the play while Brandon Day and Matthew Short tried to bring him down. Short (56) and Morgan (50), who will both seniors next fall, battled during another drill as assistant coach John Luttrell watched. The Dragons will open the regular season on Aug. 26 at home against South Floyd.

Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise

The Harlan Green Dragons were back on the field this month as they prepared for the upcoming season. The Dragons are coming off their best season of the past decade and will be shooting for a second straight District 8 title. Tanner Parks (top), who will return for his senior season at quarterback, battled for yardage during a drill at a practice session Thursday. Franklin Davis and Thomas Morgan blocked for Parks on the play while Brandon Day and Matthew Short tried to bring him down. Short (56) and Morgan (50), who will both seniors next fall, battled during another drill as assistant coach John Luttrell watched. The Dragons will open the regular season on Aug. 26 at home against South Floyd.

Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise The Harlan Green Dragons were back on the field this month as they prepared for the upcoming season. The Dragons are coming off their best season of the past decade and will be shooting for a second straight District 8 title. Tanner Parks (top), who will return for his senior season at quarterback, battled for yardage during a drill at a practice session Thursday. Franklin Davis and Thomas Morgan blocked for Parks on the play while Brandon Day and Matthew Short tried to bring him down. Short (56) and Morgan (50), who will both seniors next fall, battled during another drill as assistant coach John Luttrell watched. The Dragons will open the regular season on Aug. 26 at home against South Floyd.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_CJ-Parks.jpgChris Jones | Daily Enterprise The Harlan Green Dragons were back on the field this month as they prepared for the upcoming season. The Dragons are coming off their best season of the past decade and will be shooting for a second straight District 8 title. Tanner Parks (top), who will return for his senior season at quarterback, battled for yardage during a drill at a practice session Thursday. Franklin Davis and Thomas Morgan blocked for Parks on the play while Brandon Day and Matthew Short tried to bring him down. Short (56) and Morgan (50), who will both seniors next fall, battled during another drill as assistant coach John Luttrell watched. The Dragons will open the regular season on Aug. 26 at home against South Floyd.

Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise The Harlan Green Dragons were back on the field this month as they prepared for the upcoming season. The Dragons are coming off their best season of the past decade and will be shooting for a second straight District 8 title. Tanner Parks (top), who will return for his senior season at quarterback, battled for yardage during a drill at a practice session Thursday. Franklin Davis and Thomas Morgan blocked for Parks on the play while Brandon Day and Matthew Short tried to bring him down. Short (56) and Morgan (50), who will both seniors next fall, battled during another drill as assistant coach John Luttrell watched. The Dragons will open the regular season on Aug. 26 at home against South Floyd.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_CJ-Matthew-Short-vs-Thomas-Morgan.jpgChris Jones | Daily Enterprise The Harlan Green Dragons were back on the field this month as they prepared for the upcoming season. The Dragons are coming off their best season of the past decade and will be shooting for a second straight District 8 title. Tanner Parks (top), who will return for his senior season at quarterback, battled for yardage during a drill at a practice session Thursday. Franklin Davis and Thomas Morgan blocked for Parks on the play while Brandon Day and Matthew Short tried to bring him down. Short (56) and Morgan (50), who will both seniors next fall, battled during another drill as assistant coach John Luttrell watched. The Dragons will open the regular season on Aug. 26 at home against South Floyd.
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