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Charles City Panthers lose to Windsor Dukes – Final Score 20 to 36

Windsor 36,  Charles City 20

Tri-Rivers Varsity Football Game on October 7, 2011

The Panther varsity football team fell to the visiting Windsor Dukes in their first district game of the season.  Windsor’s Nick Powell had a dominating performance on defense and the panthers were able to stop the Dukes running game.

Windsor got the scoring started after the panthers had no answer all night long for the Duke rushing attack.  After various runs by Oris Bowers, his team mate R. J. Edwards rushed in for the first score of the game.  The game was 8-0 after a 2 point conversion.

The panthers tied the game up after quarterback Avery Jones connected with Terrance Banks on a nice touchdown pass.

Duke player Sharod Patterson made a nice run on the kickoff return to put Windsor in good field position.  A few plays later, Windsor was on the scoreboard again with a rushing TD by Bowers.

The panthers would have a nice kickoff return themselves as Dominique Williams return the kick deep into Windsor territory.  Several plays later, Jones would scramble for a touchdown.

The Dukes were up 16 to 14 at the half.

R.J. Edwards continued the scoring for Windsor with a nice run in the 3rd quarter.  The panther would get the ball on their next drive but turned the ball over on an interception and a few plays later Justice Chapman scored on a run up the middle.  Chapman would add another touchdown later in the game on a QB keeper.

Charles City’s Justin Brown would add a touchdown run to the scoring but it wouldn’t be enough to catch up with Windsor.  The Dukes finished the game by winning 36 to 20.

Avery Jones had 202 yards passing and one touchdown.  Jones scored one touchdown on the ground and one through the air.  Dominique Williams caught 9 passes for 81 yards, Terrance Banks snagged 7 catches for 76 yards, and Jovan Howard had 2 catches for 45 yards.  Seven different panther players scored points in the game.  The panthers continued to struggle rushing the ball and had a net total of 4 yards.  Cruz Adkins and Jaelen Williams each had 12 tackles to lead the defensive effort.

Windsor’s Nick Powell had a dominating performance and was responsible for 4 sacks on the night.

Windsor accumulated nearly 300 net yards rushing and 5 touchdowns between Oris Bowers, Justice Chapman, and R.J. Edwards.

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