Pauls Valley, OK, Pauls Valley Democrat


September 30, 2012

Underdogs win again

Pauls Valley, Oklahoma — For the second straight week the underdog Pauls Valley Panthers have flexed their muscles in the district.

Friday night at Earnst Moore Field in Dickson, PV was a 10-point dog to Dickson and the Panthers scored 28 first half points and rolled to a 28-6 win.

For 47 minutes and 59 seconds, the Pauls Valley Panther defense had a shut out in the works. On the final play of the game, Dickson’s quarterback Baumburg completed a pass that went for a touchdown ending the Panthers shut out.

The Panther offense was solid all night long. Leading rusher J.C. Eyabi carried the ball two times scoring on a one-yard plunge before leaving the game for the rest of the night with an injury.

Manny Colmenares, Jake Hamilton and Joe Kyle Foster picked up the slack and the offense rolled on against the previously unbeaten Comets.

The defense was equally as tough. Daniel Brown was big up front and Joni Morales had two interceptions and Carter Tate added a third and the secondary played their best game of the season.

Foster had three touchdowns on the night and had a fourth called back. Morales was the recipient of two of those TD passes and Dewayne Sanders hauled in the third and the one that got call back.

Pauls Valley will back at home Friday night to face the Lone Grove Longhorns.

Other games included Wynnewood's 52-0 win over Maysville, Stratford's 48-46 win over Central, Wewoka's 40-8 win over Elmore City-Pernell and Frederick's 74-49 win over Lindsay.

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