Southeastern Stays Unbeaten in Offensive Show at Piketon

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The Southeastern Panthers ran their record to (3-0/6-0) with a 54-34 win at Piketon, Friday.

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The Redstreaks got off to a quick start, taking advantage of two Panthers turnovers on their first two possessions to lift Piketon to a 13-0 lead. Southeastern would then score 20 unanswered points for a 20-13 halftime lead, then blow things open in the second half.

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A big momentum killer for Piketon came in the closing 30 seconds of the first half, when the Redstreaks had first and goal from the SE 7 yard line, but saw Lane Ruby intercept a pass in the end-zone to halt what could have been a game tying TD drive.

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Despite the loss, Piketon showed for the second week in a row, that they can score points. The Redstreaks had 409 total yards, with sophomore quarterback Levi Gullion throwing 20/33 for 266 yards. The Streaks rushed for another 149 yards with Austin Henderson accounting for 85.

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The Panthers mustered 391 total yards, with 383 on the ground. Lane Ruby ran for 191 yards and scored three TD's, including an 81 yard kick-off return. Mikey Nusser added 149 yards on the ground.

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Southeastern committed three turnovers and Piketon had 2.

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Piketon falls to (0-3/1-5) on the season.

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Listen to the replay of Southeastern vs Piketon on the WKKJ podcast link found below....

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