Panthers beat Harlan second straight year, tied for first; Mount Ayr leads district
The Creston/O-M Panthers jumped back into a first-place tie in Class 3A District 1 with an historic 34-14 homecoming victory over Harlan Friday night.
With ADM's 28-27 loss to Atlantic, the top of District 1 now has a four-team logjam at the top — Creston/O-M, Harlan, Lewis Central and ADM — all with one loss. ADM and Creston/O-M are each 3-1 in district play, while Harlan and LC are 2-1.
Creston/O-M, which took a 13-0 lead on two early Harlan turnovers, trailed 14-13 at halftime, but dominated play in the final two periods. Tailback Bryce McIlravy had 100 yards rushing in the second half as the Panther ground game chewed up first downs and the clock in a 14-0 fourth quarter.
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