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North Penn-Mansfield Ends 2-Game Losing Streak VS Towanda
Junior Kohen Lehman and senior Cameron Fabian combined for 5 touchdowns for the North Penn-Mansfield Panthers as they ended a two-game losing streak with a 34-7 win over Towanda.
Both Lehman and Fabian put up big statistical numbers as they helped their squad win their second game of the season to pull within a game of .500.
While it took the Panther offense a little while to kick into gear, once they did they didn’t let off the gas.
With 18 seconds left in the opening quarter Lehman scored the game’s opening points on a 50-yard run to put North Penn up 7-0 following Caiden Alexander’s extra point. Not even two full minutes later Lehman struck again, this time from 37 yards out, to make it 13-0.
Late in the half it was Fabian’s time to find the end zone. He was on the receiving end of a 43-yard pass from Karson Dominick pass that found him wide open in the Black Knight secondary for the score. That touchdown put the Panthers up 20-0 at the half.
After a touchdown by the Black Knights with 8:40 left in the 3rd quarter that cut the score to 20-7, North Penn added two more scores in the quarter to put the game firmly in their control. Fabian scored again, this time on the defensive side, as he jumped a pass in the flat and returned the ball 35 yards for the score to put the Panthers back up by three scores.
Lehman would bookend the scoring while his second touchdown from 50 yards out with 20 seconds left in the quarter.
Lehman rushed for 191 yards on 15 carries and 3 TDs to lead the Panther ground attack. Dominick completed 8-of-18 passes for 99 yards, and Fabian recorded 147 all-purpose yards. Sammy Lawrence caught 4 passes for 29 yards.
The win improves the Panthers to 2-3 overall and evens their record up at 2-2 in the NTL Large School Division. The Panthers are home again this coming Friday as they welcome Midd-West to town.