Unlike most S.C. High School League football teams, Pelion is not looking to beat the early morning heat.
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Unlike most S.C. High School League teams, Pelion is not looking to beat the early morning heat.
Instead, the Panthers are practicing in the early evening hours in conditions head coach Dann Holland believes resemble those played on a typical Friday Night football game.
"We feel like that this is the conditions we're going to play in Week Zero and next Friday night at (Lexington) Sportsarama (at White Knoll High School)," he said. "So we feel like this is the best time for us to practice, get acclimated to it and we have better attendance when we're at night and gives us time during the day to bring them in a little early and get things done."
Pelion will face Airport in the opening game of the Sportsarama. It opens the season Aug. 19 at Bethune-Bowman.
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