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Admitting that he was a raw athlete committing to a Big Ten champion following his sophomore season, Hartland (Wis.) Arrowhead offensive lineman George Panos spent all summer working on every aspect of his game. The results landed him first-team all-state honors and a division 1 state championship.

GREEN BAY - In the months since winning his first state championship, Hartland (Wis.) Arrowhead offensive lineman George Panos has already turned his attention toward his senior season, hoping to bring the Warhawks their sixth state title. That doesn't mean he didn't watch a replay of the 2012 state final at least one time. In a 35-14 whipping of Sun Prairie, ranked No.2 in the state at the...

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