The Malvern football team wants to show continued improvement tonight when the eighth-rated Panthers take on number-ten Hamburg in an eight-man football game. After a 2-6 record a year ago, Malvern is 4-0 and coach Mitch Rew says the improvement started with an off-season commitment. That was lacking when he first took over, he says the number of players who lifted weights and ran in the off season increased. Rew says a big game is a new experience for the program.Rew says Hamburg is a difficult challenge and they’ll have to play their best ballgame.
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