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March 23, 2014

CLASS 2A SEMISTATE: Generals show fight, heart in loss to No. 1 Park Tudor

Clarksville battles Panthers to the finish at semistate

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SEYMOUR —

Chants of “We are Clarksville!” and “Clarksville Generals!” could be heard in the season’s waning moments.

“They kept cheering no matter what, no matter how much we were down,” Parrish observed. “To the end, they kept cheering.”

The 2013-14 Generals captured the hearts of a city.

The crowds came as the wins mounted.

The love came as their team continued to show the heart of a champion.

“Hopefully we’ve been great for the city,” McEwen said. “They’ve been great for us. They don’t even know how much their support means to us. Coming out and packing the stands means the world to us. Hopefully we put on a good show for 26 games we played in front of them.”

“We meant a lot to them,” Jones added. “And they meant a lot to us.”

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