The Strawn Greyhounds kept their season record unblemished on Thursday by grinding out a 60-15 victory over the Gorman Panthers at Brogdon Field in Gorman. The game was called just minutes into the third quarter due to the six-man football 45-point mercy rule. Strawn, ranked third in the latest Division II six-man football poll, improved to 4-0 with the win. Gorman fell to 2-2 overall.
Forget the 1927 New York Yankees and the 1985 Chicago Bears. The most dominant team on the planet may well be the Gorman Lady Panthers’ cross country squad.
Natalie Torres continued to turn heads on the trails for the Gorman Lady Panthers this past weekend. The GHS standout printed her way to a fourth-place finish in the varsity girls’ race Sidney and helped the Lady Panthers take fourth in the final team standings.
Dimitri Brandenburg and Briar Scitern both rushed for more than 100 yards and the Gorman Panther defense forced five turnovers enroute to claiming a wild 47-34 come-from-behind win over the Blum Bobcats on Friday.
Demitri Brandenburg rushed for three touchdowns and helped carry the Gorman Panthers to a dominating 54-8 victory over the Sidney Eagles in their season-opener last week. In all, Gorman collected touchdowns from five different players en route to a 45-point mercy rule win.