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Panther Struggles Continue

The Panthers lost their second game on Friday, September 12th to the Warriors of Everett by a score of 8-0.

Neither team moved the ball past their opponents 20 yard line in the first 3 quarters of play.

The game was at a defensive stalemate until the fourth quarter when Everett’s Jacob Jay punched in the first score of the game by either team, following a 43 yard run by quarterback Kyle Sheaffer.

Shortly after the touchdown, Northern Bedford gave up an intentional safety, handing the Warriors two points, in hopes of getting the ball back.

The Panthers did just that, recovering an onside kick by Trey Childers.

With sophomore quarterback Isaac Drenning coming in to replace senior Aaron Batzel due to Drenning’s outstanding mobility, the Panthers got the ball back with 1:58 left in the game.

Drenning and the high octane Panther offense moved the ball down the field 36 yards, powered by the sophomore completing 2 of his 4 attempts for 24 yards.

The Panthers were stopped abruptly by a heave into the end zone being intercepted by Kyle Sheaffer with a minute left.

The Panthers fall to 1-2, and take on the Bulldogs of Claysburg in Panther community stadium on Friday, September 19th.

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