Although both the Jemison Panthers and Holtville Bulldogs were heavily penalized during the game Friday night, the Panthers pulled out a win by 35-14.
Both the Jemison Panthers and Holtville Bulldogs were heavily penalized during the game Friday night but the Panthers pulled out a win by 35-14.

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Panthers defeat Holtville on homecoming

Published 11:10pm Friday, September 27, 2013

The Jemison Panthers defeated the Holtville Bulldogs by a final score of 35-14.

Both teams were heavily penalized with the Panthers receiving eight penalties for 90 yards and the Bulldogs receiving seven penalties for 65 yards.

“We are going to have to work to clean up our penalties for the next game,” Jemison coach Jake Hogan said. “I thought we came out of the gate strong.”

Jemison homecoming: Ansley Bittle (third from left) was crowned the 2013 Jemison High School homecoming queen on Friday. Bittle’s court included Alyssa Sanders, freshman princess (far left); Kelsey Smith, sophomore princess; and Laura Vinzant, junior princess.
Jemison homecoming: Ansley Bittle (third from left) was crowned the 2013 Jemison High School homecoming queen on Friday. Bittle’s court included Alyssa Sanders, freshman princess (far left); Kelsey Smith, sophomore princess; and Laura Vinzant, junior princess.

Sophomore Kevin Nunn had three completions in nine attempts, 84 yards and scored one touchdown, senior Keyshawn Jemison had eight carries for 63 yards and scored two touchdowns, senior RaeQuane Jones had 17.5 tackles, sophomore P.J. Blue had six tackles and a 60 yard interception return for a touchdown and senior Randy Satterfield scored two touchdowns, one with a 41-yard pass reception for the Panthers.

Although the Bulldogs struggled to complete a pass in the first half of the game, they started out the second half strong with 190 yards rushing.

Antonio Kendrick scored for the Bulldogs in the third quarter and Taylor Whitt scored a touchdown for the Bulldogs in the fourth quarter.

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