Panthers score first win handily, 53-28

Published 12:00 am Saturday, September 10, 2005

The Selma Times-Journal

After dropping their first two games of the season, coach Christopher Raymond and his Southside Panthers finally tasted the fruits of victory Friday night against Greene County.

The Panthers posted a 53-28 victory over their opponents, marking both their first win of and their first regional win of the season.

Clyde Brown stole the show for the Panthers.

Brown recorded 356 all-purpose yards including multiple punt kickoff and interception return yards.

On the night, he had three interceptions and caught a touchdown pass from quarterback Travis Shine.

Jeffery Anderson had two touchdowns, one from the quarterback slot and another receiving on a pass from Shine. Shine, in turn had a touchdown reception from Anderson.

Bryan Smith and JaMarcus Hardy also caught touchdowns from Shine.

On Friday, the Panthers will make a road trip to face Jemison High School.

The Jemison Panthers are unbeaten at 3-0. Their most recent victory was a 57-28 thrashing of Greensboro.

Kickoff for Friday’s game is set for 7 p.m., and will be played at Jemison.