“It was the second time this year that we’ve swept every game against Winston,” Panthers President Michael Atwater said.
In the 5-and-6-year-old game, the Panthers won 38-6 to improve to 7-2 on the season.
“It was a great team effort,” Atwater said. “The offense had over 300 yards on the day.”
The Panthers 7-and-8-year-old team won 32-0 to move to 2-7 on the year.
“Zahquan Frazier, Colby Pryor, T.J. Martin and Tony Mathis did all the scoring,” Atwater said.
Earlier in the week, the Panthers played the Rome Colts in a non-conference game and won 7-0.
“I’m very proud of them,” Atwater said.
In the 9-year-old Panthers game against the North Rome Colts, the young team lost 46-36 to fall to 1-8 this fall.
“It was a shootout,” Atwater said. “Elijah Fluker and Tyler Davis each scored two touchdowns. Defensively, Calvin Seddon and Dakota Whatley played well.”
The 10-year-old Panthers downed Winston, 28-0, to improve to 6-3 this season.
“It was a whole team effort,” Atwater said about the win. “I truly believe this age group is a championship level team.”
In the 11-and-12-year-old game, the Panthers pulled out a nailbiter 15-14 to improve to 3-6.
“D.J. Pittman had a one-yard touchdown run and Javarik McCain had a touchdown,” Atwater said.
This Saturday, Cedartown will travel to face the Bill Arp Falcons in the final regular season game.
“The game of the day will be in the 10-year-old divison,” Atwater said. “The Falcons have outscored their opponents 270-to-six this year and our 10-year-old team is playing very well.”
In their first meeting, the Bill Arp 10-year-olds won 23-0.
Playoffs start on Nov. 8 for all teams that qualify.