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Returning letterwinners for the Knoxville Panther varsity girls' basketball team this season include in the front row from the left, Taylor Carter, Emily Wallace, Meredith Cunningham and Jory Wallace. In row two, Ricki Hall, Ashley Hawkshead and Sierra Kendall. In the back, Jamie Hunt and Carrie Chambers. The Panthers are out to a fast start with a record of 5-2 to start the new year. (photo by Perry Bell)

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