Panthers maul Indians

By: 
Charles Thompson
Staff Writer

THOMAS — Inspired by a helicopter delivery of the game ball, the Snake River Panthers football team, sparked by a high-flying offense, defeated the Preston Indians, 34-7, during Senior and Homecoming Night Friday at Harrison Field.
In a dominating first half, Snake River went up 27-0, cruising to victory. The home team took over at their own 18-yard line on their second series of downs. Twelve plays later, Treyton Young scored on an 11-yard run. Coby Young's extra point put the Panthers up 7-0 with 2:44 left in the first.
Early in the second, Snake River took over at their own 15-yard and 17 plays later, Treyton Young scored again, this time on a 36-yard run with 4:49 remaining in the half. The point after was missed, but the home team's lead increased to 13-0.
For more information, please read the Oct. 21 edition of the Blackfoot Morning News.

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