SHEFFIELD, Pa. – The Keystone Panthers erupted for 79 points in the first half en route to an 86-0 win over Sheffield on Saturday on Wolverine Mountain.
Sheffield struggled do hold onto the football in the first half, putting in on the ground six times.
The Panthers took full advantage, striking early and often, starting with a 30-yard punt return for a touchdown from Zander McHenry. It was one of two punt return scores for touchdowns for Henry, who also had a 47-yarder later in the quarter.
Nick Weaver had a pair of scoring runs (7, 24) and Peyton Means (51), Kyle Nellis (15) and Cameron Easton (18) had one each.
Isaiah Byers (17 yards) and Gavin Blazosky (40 yards) both had interception returns for touchdown in the first half as well.
The Panthers also collected a pair of safeties in the first half, and Bret Wingard completed his only pass attempt of the game 35 yards to Keenan Heeter for a touchdown.