Panthers dominate Wranglers, 28-8
Football squad heads to Kemmerer for inter-county play this week
The Panthers traveled to Pinedale on Friday, Sept. 15, to face the Wranglers in a game under the lights. The Wranglers received the kickoff to begin the game. It was a defensive battle for the first quarter with the score remaining 0-0.
The Panthers snagged an interception to start the second quarter and the next play was a 70-yard rushing touchdown by Jack Dayton. The point after was good and the Panthers led 7-0. The Panther defense kept the Wranglers from advancing and they were forced to punt.
Following several successful rushing and passing plays by the Panther offense, Dayton found the end zone again for a touchdown and, with a good PAT, the Panthers were up 14-0. The rest of the second quarter was again a defensive battle and the score remained 14-0 at half.
The Panthers received the kickoff to start the second half. Marching down the field, Dayton found the end zone again and, with a successful PAT, the Panthers were up 21-0. Possession of the ball went back and forth but that was the only score in the third.
The Panthers took the 21-0 lead into the fourth quarter. They quickly converted to start the fourth with Dayton yet again crossing the goal line to take the Panthers to a 28-0 lead. With 1:49 left in the game, the Wranglers finally found the end zone and, with a good two-point conversion the score was 28-8.
The Panthers ran a couple of rushing plays and then ran the clock out, taking the victory 28-8 over the Wranglers.
Congratulations, Panthers, on a great win. The Panthers will travel to Kemmerer on Friday, Sept. 22, for another late game with kickoff set for 7 p.m. Good luck, Panthers!