Penn-Trafford wins forth straight against Plum
Written by: John Robbins on Saturday, September 29th, 2018
For the fifth game in a row, Penn-Trafford would take the first lead of the game. The Warriors would score on a big run by junior running back Caleb Lisbon. The Penn-Trafford offense wouldn’t stop there in the first quarter. The Warriors’ junior quarterback Gabe Dunlap would connect with both senior wide receiver Dimitri George and sophomore wide receiver Ethan Carr to make the score 21-0 at the end of the first quarter.
The Warriors’ offense would strike 39 seconds into the second quarter when George would fight his way into the endzone off a screen pass from Dunlap which gave the Warriors the lead of 28-0. Senior kicker Keaton Heir for the Warriors would put in a field goal to put them up 31-0 going into half time.
The pair of junior speedy running backs for the warriors would strike with a touchdown a piece in the third quarter with Lisbon and Sam Fanelli bringing the score up to 45-0. The game would turn into a defensive stand still until Plum’s junior kicker Tyler Kolankowski would kick a field goal and make the final score 45-3.
Penn-Trafford continued their upward swing as they have now outscored opponents 192-15 in their last four games. Penn-Trafford will take on Latrobe at home for homecoming next friday at 7:30. Plum will face Albert Gallatin on the road at 7:30 next friday.
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