Panthers blow out Callisburg, 47-13

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Jace Essig’s touchdown passes to Mitchell Sellers and Pacer Ryle in the final two minutes of the first half helped the Paradise Panthers blow the game open Thursday night.
The Panthers found the end zone three more times in the second half en route to a 47-13 homecoming victory over Callisburg.

Essig finished 8-for-11 through the air for 188 yards and three touchdowns. Essig connected with Ryle for a 69-yard strike with 2:52 to go in the first half to put the Panthers up 21-13. With just four seconds left before halftime, Essig hit Sellers for a 17-yard score.
Sellers caught four passes for 69 yards.
Jack Ishmael hauled in Essig’s first touchdown, which covered 36 yards.
Wyatt Reeves ran for scores of 23 and 48 yards in the second half. Reeves rushed for 125 yards on just eight carries.
Reggie Contreras closed out the scoring with a 31-yard dash to the pay dirt.
Jacob Robinson scored the Panthers’ first touchdown from 12 yards out to tie the game at 7 and start a 27-point second quarter.
Both of Callisburg’s first-half touchdowns came on long runs by Cameron Crisp. The Wildcats’ quarterback broke free for runs of 65 and 57 yards. He led all rushers with 126 yards on 10 carries.

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