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Panama Central School

October 2, 2008
Times Observer
Varsity Football

Ellicottville defeated Panama, 20-0.

Donnie Moore had 205 yards rushing for the Eagles.

Skyler Appleby had 102 yards rushing to lead the Panthers, who dropped to 2-2 on the season.



Girls Volleyball

Panama defeated Brocton, 25-10, 25-4, 25-15.

Olivia Nagel had 12 aces and four kills and Christina Rauh had nine assists, three kills and two aces for the Panthers. Tara Hosier had two aces and two digs.

Brocton was led by Taylor McFarland’s three aces and two kills while Ashley Bartella added three kills.



Panama defeated Ripley, 24-26, 25-19, 25-19, 25-11.

Rauh had five aces, two kills, three blocks, 22 assists and 10 points and Nagel added five aces, 14 kills and 14 points for the Panthers.

Ashley Howser had four aces, six kills, one block and two digs and Heather Belson had two aces, 10 kills, five blocks and two digs for the Eagles. Damaris Mason had four aces, eight kills and four blocks.



Girls Swimming

The 400 freestyle relay team led Panama past Franklinville, 55-46.

The meet was tied heading into the last event. The relay team consisted of Katie Crossley, Annie Homan, Julia Lewczyk and Tara Hudson.

Hudson and Homan also won two individual events.



Boys Soccer

Panama and Hinsdale played to a 2-2 tie.

Jake Brostrum and Jake Layman scored for the Panthers. Adam Phillips had an assist. Nate Gleason had 11 saves in net.



Girls Soccer

Alyson Raynor had one goal and one assist to lead Panama past Brocton, 3-0.

Miranda King and Kacy Phillips were also goal scorers for the Panthers. Sara Beckerink had 12 saves in net.

Arianna Robbins had 16 saves for Brocton.
 
 

 

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