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 7th Grade Gridders Still Searching For First Win

October 8, 2008 - Knightstown’s seventh grade football team continues to show improvement, but that first victory of the season keeps escaping the young Panthers. The seventh grade lost to Hagerstown last Monday, 12-6, and fell at home to Centerville Thursday, 18-12.

Against the Tigers, Knightstown scored on a 38-yard run by Kyle Adkins. Big plays hurt the Panthers in the first half, allowing Hagerstown to put up two scores. The defensive unit, led by Ronnie White, shut out the Tigers over the last two quarters.

Against Centerville, Kyle Adkins scored twice for the Panthers, hitting paydirt on a 70-yard touchdown run and later adding a score from three-yards out. Chad Shock also ran the ball well.

“We are getting better every week,” coach Joe Peggs said. “The team is starting to come together.”

The boys visit Triton Central on Thursday and close their season Oct. 16 at Tri.

 

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