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Plant 64, Blake 7
Plant coach Bob Weiner said he wanted his Panthers to play like a "championship team."
By JOE SMITH
Published October 7, 2007
TAMPA - Plant coach Bob Weiner said he wanted his Panthers to play like a "championship team."
They sure looked like it against Blake.
Plant junior quarterback Aaron Murray shredded the Yellow Jackets, putting up video-game type numbers (six touchdowns, 250 yards) in the Panthers' 64-7 win. Plant scored 34 points in the first quarter, and when the game was continued Saturday morning due to Friday's rainstorm, a running clock was used for the second half.
Plant receivers Derek Winter (two touchdowns) and Cornelius Gallon (three touchdowns) stepped up, but so did the rest of the Panthers (4-1). Hunter Baldwin had a three-yard fumble recovery for a score and Don Rushing added a 75-yard kickoff return for a TD.
Blake (0-6) committed seven personal fouls and had one player ejected Friday night. The Yellow Jackets had a total of 11 penalties for 115 yards in the half alone; their offense, however, sputtered.
"Our defense was swarming," Weiner said. "They had just two first downs the whole game."
Joe Smith, Times staff writerand Martin Bater, Times correspondent