By Dennis Weller
Speical to The Mercury
PENNSBURG — Statistically, the first half of football Saturday
afternoon at Perkiomen School was pretty much even. But the score was
not, mostly due to two big mistakes by the Panthers that helped Archmere
Academy to a two-touchdown lead.
That turned out to be too much
of an obstacle to overcome as just about every Perk School gain in the
second half was offset by a sack or a penalty, and the Panthers’
four-game winning streak came to an end with a 28-7 loss.
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