Dangerous weapon: Jemison’s Randy Satterfield returns a punt 75 yards for a touchdown. He also had a 57-yard punt return for a TD.
Dangerous weapon: Jemison’s Randy Satterfield returns a punt 75 yards for a touchdown. He also had a 57-yard punt return for a TD.

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Panthers win easily over Corner on Senior Night

Published 12:54am Saturday, October 12, 2013

Two Randy Satterfield punt returns for touchdowns helped Jemison turn a Senior Night showdown into a celebration of a 54-27 Panthers win.

Visiting Corner seemed a capable opponent in the first half, as the Yellow Jackets (3-4 overall, 2-3 region) scored first and then took a 13-7 lead.

Jemison’s John Underwood scored his team’s first touchdown, and then a 45-yard pass from Kevin Nunn to Satterfield tied the score.

Corner then drove to the Jemison 3-yard line, but a fumble was recovered by Jemison’s RaeQuane Jones.

The Yellow Jackets wouldn’t threaten again until the game was in hand.

Nunn capped off the ensuing Jemison possession by keeping the ball and scoring from two yards out with less than 3 minutes remaining in the first half.

Then, Satterfield struck for the first of his two long returns, this one from 57 yards out. Keyshawn Jemison ran in the two-point conversion to make the score 27-13 at halftime.

It was more JHS in the second half as the Panthers scored on eight consecutive possessions, spanning all four quarters.

Nunn added another rushing touchdown, Satterfield returned a punt 75 yards, Underwood ran in from two yards out and Keyshawn Jemison ran for another score.

Nunn completed five passes in eight attempts for 93 yards, and rushed six times for 37 yards.

Keyshawn Jemison led the Panthers with 62 rushing yards on 14 carries, and Underwood had 53 yards on six carries.

Jones paced the defense with 17 tackles, including one tackle for loss. P.J. Blue had nine tackles.

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