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Panther lose home opener to Kingston 49-0.

Posted Saturday, September 03, 2005 by Dave Der Cola

KINGSTON OPENS WITH IMPRESSIVE 49-0 WALK OVER WALLKILL

Last season the Wallkill High School Panthers shocked the Kingston High School Tigers with a 99 yard drive in the final 1:07 to beat the Tigers by one point. In the opening game in 2005 Kingston did all the damage to Wallkill this time around, blasting the Panthers 49-0 and shocking the big home town crowd.
Kingston running back Tyrell Spencer scored the first of his three touchdowns at 3:44 of the first quarter on an eight yard run around right end. The extra point was missed and Kingston led 6-0.
Kingston's strong defense gave the Panthers offensive problems in the first quarter.
With 10:55 left in the second quarter, Coleman Edmonds ran 14 yards for Kingston's second touchdown. Tyrell Spencer carried the football for the two point conversion and Kingston led 14-0. Once again the tough Tiger defense held the Panthers and at 8:15 of the second quarter Tyrell Spencer ran 66 yards to put Kingston on top, 20-0. Jermaine Campbell's extra point was good and Kingston led 21-0.
The next time the Kingston offense got the ball Jahmaine Fergus ran 40 yards to put another six points on the board for Kingston. Campbells' extra point was good and Kingston led 28-0.
The Tigers scored again at the 1:37 mark of the second quarter when defensive back Ryan Ham intercepted a Zach Henke pass and ran 10 yards to pay dirt for another Tiger touchdown. Campbell's extra point was good and Kingston led at half time 35-0.
With 7:40 remaining in the third quarter, Tyrell Spencer scored his third touchdown of the game on a 19 yard run. Jermaine Campbell's extra point was good and the third quarter ended with Kingston ahead 42-0.
With the start of the fourth quarter Kingston was substituting on both offense and defense. Kingston junior quarterback Jason Null replaced Coleman Edmonds and led the Kingston offense on their final touchdown drive when Richard Roser ran 8 yards for a touchdown. Campbell connected on extra point number five, and Kingston closed out the scoring and the game, 49-0.
Kingston travels to Middletown next Friday night, Wallkill is at Valley Central.

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