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. 12 J Superior Sun August 20, 2014 .3 By Andrew Luberda Superior Sun The 2o13 season was difficult for everyone associated with the Panthers football program. Head coach Ryan Palmer was forced to play one of the most difficult schedules in any division with a varsity FELIX BERMEIO WITH OFFERS COMPLETE SATISFACTION FOR ALL YOUR PEST CONTROL NEEDS. PEST. TERMITES RODENTS. BIRD CONTROL. BEES SCORPIONS" ROACHES SPIDERS CONTACT FELIX BERM[/O (no) 4 -v4os '//[ [ V (520) 280-6915 PO Box 31o, ELoy, .13, "~ ~;-~"# ~ FEUXBF.RI4EIOI9~3@HOTktAIL COM WE THANK OUR CUSTOMERS! Se Habla EspaFwl roster filled with freshmen. The Panthers expect to reap the rewards from last years' experience in 2Ol4. Make no mistake, Palmer isn't complaining. The group of freshmen he had last year may turn out to be one of the most talented groups of student-athletes to ever play at Superior High School. He knew last year would be tough but always kept an eye toward the future. "Experience is a great attribute," Palmer told the Superior Sun. "Everyone on this team has played in a varsity football game, except for two freshmen. I'm sure that experience is going to be very helpful throughout this season." Multi-sport athlete Gage Cruz returns at quarterback for the Panthers. He was impressive in his first varsity season, Volunteers Needed Are you a people person? Want to give unto others and assist those experiencing a challenging time? Copper Communities Hospice is looking for volunteers that are interested in visiting with patients. Volunteers attend an 8-hour training session, must be able to pass a background check, have a driver's license, current auto insurance and their own reliable transportation. TB skin test is required (we will provide). Volunteers devote a minimum of 2 hours a week. If your organization or group would like more information or would like to have a Hospice Presentation detailing the hospice volunteer services, please feel free to call Debra Green, Volunteer Coordinator, at 520-391-3000. We will gladly set up arrangements. Volunteers "Plant Seeds of Kindness." PICK UP AN APPLICATION TODAY! We would love to have you loin our dedicated group of volunteers. COPPER COMMUNITIES HOSPICE Caring ~or each other. Serving Areas in Superior, Florence, Casa Granfle, Globe: Miami, Kearny, Hayden, Winkelman, Dudleyville, San Carlos, Roosevelt & Gold Canyon proving be among the most dynamic players in the state in any division. He combines arm-strength, speed, and mobility to make plays for the Panthers' offense. Running backs Edgar Pacheco, Michael Salazar, and wide receivers Matthew Zavala and Austin Navarrette give Cruz a number of playmakers to get the ball to. The defensive unit needs to show the most improvement in order for the Panthers to truly flip the page on last season and they should. Linebackers Marcus Hiracheta, Zavala, and Pacheeo have the speed and strength to make plays anywhere on the field. Senior defensive lineman Richard Oehoa is expected to have the best season of his career. Fifteen players return in 2014, anxious to improve on last season's 1 - 7 record. Staying healthy is always important to a team's success. In addition, the Panthers need to remain disciplined and determined in order to achieve their goals, according to Palmer. The Panthers open their season this week, on Friday, August 22, 2014 at Duncan. The game is scheduled for 7:oo p.m. CHAMBER Continued from page 11 to develop a mine but to develop a mine in har- mony with the local economy and the environ- ment to develop a sustainable economy." The new offices are open Monday through Friday. The building is available for rental for meetings, trainings, and other business type events. The Chamber also continues to work with the Town of Superior to staff the Caboose Visitor Center, with the opening of the new of- fice on Main St. Superior now has two Arizona Department of Tourism Visitor Centers, resi- dents are encouraged to drop by either office for their vacation planning needs as well. The Chamber is also looking for volunteers to help staff both offices. The Superior Chamber of Commerce hosts its monthly membership meetings at noon on the third Wednesday of every month at the office. To learn more about the chamber, you can visit their website online at www.superiorari- or via telephone at 520-689- 0200. education cluting my those in the commU and have the ........ and thei [amilies. ,>,