Panther’s Defeat Molina 34-7

#4 Kobe Jennings, Junior, receives the pass … touch down Panthers. Photo by Deanna Upchurch

The Quinlan Ford Panther’s reigned victorious against Dallas Molina Friday night with a final score of 34-7.

This is the first big win for the season and Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Todd Wallace plans to make sure his team not only learns from mistakes made in the game but also capitalize on everything done right.

The storms that rolled through Dallas did cause lightning delays a few times during the game. 

We are obviously pleased that we got our first win and was able to sit through several lightning delays to do so,” said Wallace. “However, we were pretty sloppy, especially offensively. Too many penalties and busted blocking assignments. Eli Chambers threw the ball better and we were able to get Kobe Jennings involved in the passing game, but our run game was not good. Defensively I thought we ran to the ball hard and we only gave up one run where we did not get lined up correctly. Needless to say, we have a lot to work on. Game balls went to J Howard, Landon Helton, and Isaiah Record,”

Wallace also added that with the upcoming game against Ferris approaching, the Panthers will have to prepare and learn from their previous mistakes. 

We have to eliminate mental mistakes and evaluate personnel on offense as we have to be better up front. Ferris has a really good running back and a talented receiver so we have our work cut out for us,” said Wallace.

Other notable highlights in the game include Kobe Jennings with two touchdowns and 108 all-purpose yards during the game. Also, Eli Chambers passing rate was 123.7.

The next game is a home game against Ferris at 7:30 p.m.