Costly shutout victory for Panthers
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GLENWOOD — It wasn’t the exciting, big-play victory like a week earlier in homecoming action against Harlan, but the Creston/O-M Panthers prevailed in a defensive struggle against Glenwood Friday, 14-0, at Ram Memorial Field.
The Panthers scored once each in the first and third quarters in securing their first shutout victory of the season. Bryce McIlravy scored on a 1-yard run late in the first quarter after making a 21-yard pass reception from Luke Neitzel on the drive. Two turnovers — an interception pass at Glenwood’s 8-yard line, and a fumble near midfield — stymied the Panthers in the first half, which ended 6-0.
Neitzel scored on a 30-yard run late in the third period. In the fourth quarter, the Panthers staged a defensive goal-line stand as Glenwood’s run up the middle by fullback Derek Jones on fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line was stopped 18 inches from the goal line.
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