Panthers close out series in convincing style
UPLAND â€“ A good Day for Eastbrook resulted in a horrible opening night for South Adams.
Eastbrook quarterback Tanner Day diced the Starfire defense up, connecting for two early touchdown passes Friday night and added another scoring on the ground in the third quarter as the Panthers were running away. When Day was finished he accounted for 25 of Eastbrookâ€™s points and led the state-ranked Panthers to a 37-13 beating of South Adams in what will be the final meeting between the two varsity football programs for the foreseeable future.
South Adams is dialing down its early season schedule starting next season, opting to open with Class 2A Winchester rather than the ...
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