Providence High tight end Drake Deluliis, center, is congratulated by teammates after a pass reception last season against Olympic. This season, Deluliis missed two of the Panthers’ first three games with a broken wrist. He hopes to be at full strength for Friday’s game at East Mecklenburg.
Providence High tight end Drake Deluliis, center, is congratulated by teammates after a pass reception last season against Olympic. This season, Deluliis missed two of the Panthers’ first three games with a broken wrist. He hopes to be at full strength for Friday’s game at East Mecklenburg. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Providence High tight end Drake Deluliis, center, is congratulated by teammates after a pass reception last season against Olympic. This season, Deluliis missed two of the Panthers’ first three games with a broken wrist. He hopes to be at full strength for Friday’s game at East Mecklenburg. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

Providence TE Drake Deluliis hopes to be cast-free, full strength Friday at East Meck

September 15, 2016 04:45 PM

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