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Panthers Stop Eagles

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/12/2013The Ohio Dominican Panthers improved to 6-0 on the season with a 31-19 win over Ashland University at Jack Miller Stadium-Fred Martinelli Field Saturday during Homecoming. The Panthers Mark Miller passed for 231 yards and three touchdowns on the day with Ronald McCloud catching nine passes for 126 recieving yards and two touchdowns. ODU led at the break 17-6, but Ashland got to within 17-12 in the third quarter on an Anthony Taylor 36 yard run. Taylor would lead all ball carriers with 181 yards gained. The Eagles Tra'Von Chapman threw for two touchdowns and 145 yards on 16 of 28 passing. David Soucie and Alex Renner each caught a touchdown pass, Renner from 11 yards, Soucie from ten. Ashland outgained the Panthers 329 total yards to 300 and even held the ball longer at 37:51 to ODU's 22:09. But Ohio Dominican scored quickly going three plays and 68 yards for their first score, then six plays and 87 yards for their second. After Ashland cut the lead to 17-12 in the third quarter, Mark Nichols returned the kickoff 95 yards for a Panther touchdown giving the ODU a 24-12 lead. With the win Ohio Dominican improved to 6-0 on the season, while Ashland U. falls to 2-4. A replay of the AU vs ODU contest will be replayed at 6pm Saturday on WMFD TV Mansfield. The Eagles will try to get back on track next week on the road at Walsh with a 12pm kickoff. Ashland's next home game will be on Saturday, October 26th against Malone at 1pm.
   
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