Round Lake scored a touchdown on all six of its first-half possessions and also tallied a safety as it broke a 15-game losing streak while extending Prosser's to 13 with a 50-0 win in which Chris Perry scored six times.
Round Lake received the opening kickoff, and on the first play, quarterback John Ridley threw a 45-yard pass to Jalen Young that set up a 9-yard TD run by Perry. Before the first quarter was over, Perry scored on runs of 28 and 2 yards, and the Panthers added a safety to lead 23-0. It was 43-0 at halftime.
Perry rushed eight times for 116 yards and five first-half touchdowns and completed the scoring with an 80-yard interception return for a TD in the third quarter.
BY THE NUMBERS
Prosser has now been shut out 10 times in its last 11 games, dating back to the final game of the 2011 season. Round Lake had lost 15 straight but is now 1-1 under new coach Jordan Eder. With a running clock in the second half, Round Lake's first offensive play after halftime came with 3:20 left in the fourth quarter. Round Lake ran just 28 plays in the game and scored on seven of them. Prosser had 78 yards of total offense on 41 plays.
“Getting our first win feels great. The offensive line did a great job tonight opening up holes and I was able to find my way into the end zone." — Perry