Ravens whip Panthers in Mighty Mite division

Ravens whip Panthers in Mighty Mite division
September 17
00:00 2015

By Tevin Stinson

The Chronicle

This past weekend in local PYFCL (Piedmont Youth Football & Cheer League) action, in the Mighty Mite division, the Winston-Salem Ravens faced off against the South Fork Panthers.

The game was played at Griffin Elementary School, 1385 West Clemmonsville Road, which is home of the Winston-Salem Grayhounds, also a member of the PYFCL.

The Ravens got things started early when they returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown.

After a quick three plays and out by the Panthers offense, the Ravens took over the ball after a 25-yard punt by the Panthers.

The Ravens took over on offense inside the Panthers 20 yard line. Running backs were able to break through the Panthers’ defense for a 50-yard run, but the run was negated due to holding penalties.

With 30 seconds left in the first quarter, the Ravens were able find enough running room to get into the end zone, pushing the lead to 14-0.

The Ravens added another touchdown in the second quarter, but the Panthers stopped them on the conversion attempt, leaving the score at 20-0 at the half.

During the second half, rain started to fall, which didn’t help the Panthers offense at all. Although they were able to break free on a number of big runs, they never found the end zone.

The Ravens were able to add two more touchdowns in the second half to come away with the 33-0 victory.

The victory makes it two in a row for the Ravens. On Saturday, Sept, 5, the Ravens beat the Tiny Indians at Ray Agnew Field.


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