Panthers prevail over Vandebilt; win 28-6

Written by Claire Chenevert on .


Another victory was added to Brusly’s football season after defeating the Vandebilt Terriers 28-6 Friday night.

The Panthers’ had a total of 453 yards compared to the Terriers’ 208.

“Both Kwanston Adkins and Carlsel Alexander had great nights,” said Brusly Head Coach Erik Willis. “Blake Manola also had his best game of the season, running the offense and taking charge.”

Carlsel Alexander scored the first and only touchdown of the first quarter with a 35-yard rushing touchdown putting the Panthers ahead 7-0.

Halfway through the second quarter, Blake Manola threw a 60-yard pass to Kwanston Adkins for another touchdown for Brusly giving the Panthers a 14 point lead over the Terriers at halftime.

Manola connected again with Adkins in the third quarter, this time for a 74-yard touchdown reception. The quarter ended with a 20-0 score.

Both Vandebilt and Brusly scored in the fourth quarter. Brusly’s Blake Manola scored first with a 1-yard rushing touchdown followed by a successful 2-point conversion by Jaylon Green. Vandebilt’s Justen Harris carried a 96-yard rush for a touchdown with 3:46 left in the game, giving the Terriers their only points for the game.

“I thought it was our best performance of the year,” said Willis. “I think we are finally coming around.”

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