Park Football Breaks The Conference Losing Streak

Austin Siegal

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Park entered the game against Tremper High School on a 2 and a half year losing streak. Tremper defeated Park last season 42 to 6 with the lone points for Park coming from a Meshawn Byles receiving touchdown. This year, was not the same.

Park went into the game very confident in themselves. To begin the game on the second offensive play Tremper ran, Austin Siegal hit the Tremper running back and forced a fumble. Park capitalized the very next play on a 27 yard rushing touchdown. The Park Panthers never looked back. The ferocious defense shut Tremper out for the rest of the first quarter.  To begin the second quarter the Panthers had slowed down a bit. A costly fumble turned into a Tremper 15 yard touchdown pass. Right before halftime the Panthers defense was stuck in their own 10 yard line fighting to keep the lead into halftime. On 4th down, the Tremper quarterback dropped back for a pass and Austin Siegal deflected it and the Panthers headed into halftime with a comfortable 13-7. After halftime the Panthers opened up with a 76 yard drive capped off with a Meshawn Byles rushing touchdown (his second of the game). The Panthers dominated the Tremper Trojans all four quarters and the Panthers beat the Trojans 20-7.

Park Football Breaks The Conference Losing Streak