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WWE Panthers sweep Duryea Wildcats

Donovan O’Boyle straight arms Blaise Ciampi for a 8-yard gain off tackle.

Photos by Tony Callaio

Exeter’s Robbie Trottini skirts one Wildcat defender before meeting up with Duryea’s Joe Carey

Duryea’s Kevin Krawczyk looks for a hole on the left side of the line with Dylan Winburn providing some blocking.

Duryea’s Donovan O’Boyle is just out of the reach of Exeter’s Robbie Lenttini.

Plenty of running room for the Panther’s Robbie Lenttini around the left side with Mark Bulford providing some blocking.

The WWE Panthers C-Team defeated the Duryea Wildcats 20-6. They are now3-0.

The Panthers offensive line led by Jayden Rusyn and Bryce Hinkle did a phenomenal job. Jacob Williams and Charlie Banashefski helped move the ball down the field. Dillon Williams had a big run to set up the first touchdown of the game.

Riley Rusyn scored the touchdown to make it a 6-0 game. Andrew Krawczyk, of the Duryea Wildcats, scored the next touchdown to tie the game at 6-6.

The Panthers first play on offense in the third quarter resulted in a long touchdown and two point conversion by Riley Rusyn to make it a 14-6 game.

Runs by Dillon Williams and Riley Rusyn in the fourth quarter resulted in a touchdown by Dillon Williams. Noah Valdez forced and recovered a fumble. Big runs by Nick Elko and Dillon Williams ran the clock out to seal the victory.

Panthers had a dominating defense throughout the whole game led by Nathaniel May, Walter "Bear" Smith, and Corey Mruk.

The Panthers D-Team marched into Duryea with one goal on their minds – win. And they did just that.

Rocco Pizano scored a touchdown early, while Leo Haros scored two touchdowns late with great blocks from Jacob Gustitus, Joseph Marranca, and Zachary Pitcavage.

The defense was relentless with tackles from Russell and Anthony Vanauken and Jonathan Stone. Hunter Lawall had a quarterback sack, and with 20 seconds left to go in the game James Bumbarge sealed the win with a sack and a fumble recovery.

The Panthers B-Team beat Duryea 32-0 and the A-Team won 1-0 by forfeit.

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