The Salisbury Panthers scored early and often on their way to a 48-7 win over Scotland County on Homecoming at Salisbury High School. The Panthers followed a quick defensive stop with a 22-yard touchdown run by Tyson Parker. In Salisbury’s second series Ryan Binder threw the first of his four touchdown passes.
Colin Schowe with the call on Superstation KRES and centralmoinfo.com. The Panthers added three more score in the second quarter to put up a commanding 34-7 halftime lead. Daniel White was the top receiver on the night with five receptions for 125 yards and two touchdowns for the Panthers. Salisbury’s offense racked up 507 yards of total offense. Head coach Oren Magruder said they strive to have a balanced offensive attack.
Binder finished the night 17-24 passing for 352 yards and four touchdowns. Salisbury’s defense held the Tigers to 142 yards of total offense including 51 on the ground. Magruder explained the key to his defense’s success.
The Tigers have now been outscored 158-24 this season including this defeat to the Panthers. Scotland County senior running back Riley Small was a gametime scratch from the starting lineup due to illness. Head coach Troy Carper noted that despite the absence of Small, junior Jadin Fuller and the team as a whole gave their maximum effort against the Panthers.
Carper said that his team can still carry some positives along with them as they move forward this season.
Scotland County will face Russellville at home for the Tiger’s homecoming game next week. Salisbury is now 3-1 and will visit Harrisburg in a key conference matchup next week.
Salisbury Coach Oren Magruder
Scotland County Coach Troy Carper