JV football team rolls over Chapman
CHAPMAN — Ryan Vignery and Zach Kyle combined for four touchdowns to lead the Concordia junior varsity football team to a 36-0 win over Chapman on Monday night.
Vignery scored twice in the first quarter for the Panthers. His first touchdown came on a 20-yard run.
Karter Steinle ran in the two-point conversion to put Concordia up 16-0.
Vignery added a 4-yard scoring run. Kyle threw to Caleb Strait for the conversion to make it 16-0.
A 5-yard touchdown run by Kyle in the second period gave the Panthers a 22-0 halftime advantage.
Kyle scored again on a 21-yard run in the third quarter, and Concordia led 28-0.
Steinle had a 5-yard touchdown run in the final period.
James McCabe ran in the two-point conversion to make it 36-0.
Concordia and Chapman played a fifth quarter.
Dustin Branaugh had a 3-yard touchdown run in the Panthers’ 6-0 win.
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