Pittsville football routs Wild Rose
By City Times staff
PITTSVILLE – The Pittsville football team had a heavy-scoring first half on Sept. 20 in the CWC-Small matchup with Wild Rose, shutting them out on the Panthers home turf.
The first quarter saw Eric Neve score a touchdown off an interception, followed by a two-point conversion by Eli Fox.
Two minutes later a pass from Matthew Kissmer to E. Fox scored another touchdown and a two-point conversion by E. Fox put the score at 16-0.
A Codi Fox touchdown run, secured by a Joseph Redmond extra point ended the quarter at 23-0 Pittsville.
A Kissner touchdown pass to Landyn Wayerski started the Panther scoring in the second quarter, but a Redmond extra point was unsuccessful.
Two minutes later, a Kissner- Easton Dammann touchdown pass followed by a Redmond extra point gave the Panthers a 36-0 lead.
An Aiden Kolar touchdown and Redmond extra point ended the scoring for the night in the first half for a 43-0 final.
The Panthers will next travel to Potosi/Cassville on Sept. 27.
Pittsville is now 3-2 overall, 2-1 in conference.