BEEVILLE — When it comes to the Slot-T offense, the Navarro Panthers showed again on Friday night that they are the teachers and the rest of the teams in their 4A-DII region are the students.

The Panthers had a few hard lessons for fellow Slot-T adherents, the Port Isabel Tarpons (8-4), in their 55-7 second round playoff blowout.

Scot Kibbe is a regular contributor to the Seguin Gazette. He has covered Navarro football for 30 years.

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