Duryea D team running back Aloe finds a hole deep into the fourth quarter.photos by tony callaio
Wildcats QB Brennan Higgins stiff arms a defender as he finds a hole up the middle for a five-yard gain.
The Wyoming/West Wyoming/Exeter Panthers C-Team won its season opener 48-0 against the Kingston Huskies.
Riley Rusyn, Charlie Banashefski, Caleb Graham, Corey Mruk, and Adam Wisnewski scored the touchdowns for the Panthers while Dillon Williams and Nick Elko scored the two-point conversions.
Jacob Williams, Jack Dileo and Josh Jones had good rushes behind good blocking by Jayden Rusyn, Bryce Hinkle, Cael Heck, Jonathan Augustine and Nasir Condry.
The WWE Panthers defense did not allow a first down all game.
The defense was led by Walter "Bear" Smith, Garrett Larson, Nathaniel May, Matt Clarke, and Noah Valdez.
The Panthers D-Team suffered a 22-8 loss to the Kingston Huskies in the season opener.
Rocco Pizano scored an early touchdown for the Panthers, with great blocks by Leo Haros, Nick Winsock and Drew Mruk.
The Kingston Huskies scored three touchdowns despite the best efforts by the defense led by Keegan Rusyn and Matt Ragantesi.
James Bumbarger added to the Panthers score with a safety late in the game.
The Old Forge Jr. Blue Devils swept Triboro rival Taylor last Sunday in Taylor.
Old Forge did not allow the Jr. Vikes to score in three games, winning by a total margin of 46-0.
The C-Team won 13-0; the B-Team followed with a 26-0 win; and the A-Team completed the sweep, 7-0.
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