WARREN, Ohio (WYTV) – Warren JFK did not even need an offense play to take their first lead of the season as the Eagles dominated Keystone (PA) Saturday night winning 55-0 in a weather shortened game.
The Panthers were forced to punt on their first drive and tested Big 22 award winner Jacob Coates who made Keystone pay taking the punt the distance for the score and giving JFK a 7-0 lead.
On the Eagles very next drive they marched down the field and capped the drive off with a Ross Nocera touchdown run from 2-yards out to make the score 14-0.
It was deja vu on the next drive for JFK as well as they cruised down the field with Nocera capping it off from 3-yards out to push the score to 21-0.
The game was made official at the half after lightening came into the area forcing a delay and eventually for the game to be called.