“They’re finally feeling what everybody told them Paris used to be,” Greyhounds Coach BrianWashington said. “These kids weren’t born during those eras when Paris was what Paris is supposed to be.”
“They’re finally feeling what everybody told them Paris used to be,” Greyhounds Coach BrianWashington said. “These kids weren’t born during those eras when Paris was what Paris is supposed to be.” Mark Cornelison Herald-Leader
“They’re finally feeling what everybody told them Paris used to be,” Greyhounds Coach BrianWashington said. “These kids weren’t born during those eras when Paris was what Paris is supposed to be.” Mark Cornelison Herald-Leader

After long drought, Paris football returns to familiar territory

November 18, 2015 01:04 PM

UPDATED November 18, 2015 03:46 PM

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