Stettler Panthers hoist championship trophy

Stettler Panthers beat Strathmore 14-0

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For the first time since 2008 the Stettler Panthers are league champions.

The Panthers travelled to Strathmore last Saturday and defeated the hometown Badgers 14-0.

Stettler’s opening drive was stopped on the Strathmore 1 yard line, but on the very next play the Panthers sacked the Strathmore quarterback and recorded a safety.

Reid Shirley scored 2 touchdowns to round out the scoring, one was a 40 yard pass completion and a 35 yard run.

Both touchdowns came in the first half and Stettler went into lockdown mode in the 2nd half giving Strathmore all sorts of trouble.

Stettler now travels to Lloydminster to compete for the Provincial Tier 3 Championship on Sunday.

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