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Nov 26, 2022

WKU edges FAU in OT, Baptiste's coach Taggart fired

Willie Taggart holds a special place in WKU football history as one of the school's greatest quarterbacks and as the first coach to make the Toppers competitive in its Division I football. Saturday he added another chapter when he was fired as the Florida Atlantic University (5-7) coach following a one-point overtime loss to Western (8-5) in Boca Raton. Since leaving Bowling Green, he has been head coach of Oregon in the PAC 12, Florida State in the ACC, South Florida in the American Conference, and FAU in Conference USA. On the FAU roster is Braxton Baptiste, a freshman who was a key player for the Russellville Panthers team which reached the Class 1A state championship game. Two former Hilltopper coaches, Jeff Brohm & Jim Harbaugh (an assistant under his dad Jack), will coach against each other in the Big Ten championship game. Former WKU quarterback Mike White is expected to start for the New York Jets Sunday in the NFL. Last year's national record-setting WKU QB Bailey Zappe has started some games for the New England Patriots as a rookie.



Nov 24, 2022

Lewisburg church to deliver early Christmas meals

Pleasant Union General Baptist Church will deliver holiday meals for those who request them on Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 6 p.m. Registration to receive a meal must be made by Wednesday, Nov. 30 by calling 270-755-2986. Leave your name, address, phone number and total meals requested.



Nov 24, 2022

deGraffenried Chorale Christmas concert Dec. 11

On Sunday, Dec. 11, the deGraffenried Chorale will present its annual Christmas concert at the United Methodist Temple on South Main Street in Russellville, beginning at 2:30 p.m. The theme is “A Velvet Christmas.” Mary Beth Dowden and Susan Fox is the accompanist.



Nov 23, 2022

Community Thanksgiving Dinner to be in 4 sites

The 23rd Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be held in four locations—in fact, four cities—Thursday between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The sites are Adairville Baptist Church, Auburn Fire Department, Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church in Lewisburg, and the Teen Center on West Third Street in Russellville. Anyone who would like to eat a free Thanksgiving dinner in the company of others is welcome. Deliveries will be available to those who place an order at 270-726-2465. Those who would like to help prepare the food or the venue can come early.



Nov 21, 2022

Crittenden Drive providing Thanksgiving Eve meals

Crittenden Drive Church of Christ in Russellville--with help from Bethany Church of Christ at Olmstead-- is offering its annual Thanksgiving Eve dinner for anyone who wants to be a part of it. Recipients can request the delivery of as many meals Wednesday as a family or group needs by calling 270-726-6583. Also all who would like to be part of a sit-down meal with many others are invited to the church's Fellowship Room from 5-6:45 p.m. Wednesday. A worship service will be held afterwards, beginning at 7 p.m., for those who would like to participate.



Nov 19, 2022

Shoebox drop off days almost over

Only two more opportunities remain to donate shoes as Christmas gifts for children as part of the Operation Christmas Child Shoebox. Post Oak Baptist Church’s warehouse next to the church building. The times remaining are Sunday from 11:30-2 and Monday from 8:30-10:30 a.m.



Nov 19, 2022

Community Thanksgiving Service set Sunday evening

The annual Communitywide Thanksgiving Service will be held Sunday at Post Oak Baptist Church, beginning at 6 p.m. Practice will be held earlier in the afternoon for those who would like to be part of the choir. The public is invited to attend. WRUS will broadcast the service on all its platforms for those who can't attend.



Nov 19, 2022

Thanksgiving meal kits to be given away Sunday

The United Pentecostal Church of Russellville will give away Thanksgiving “meal kits” Sunday afternoon, beginning at 3 p.m. and continuing as long as supplies last. The limit is one kit per family. The kit will include a turkey, boxed potatoes, gravy mix, two cans of green beans, two boxes of mac and cheese, two boxes of stovetop stuffing, and rolls. Delivery is not available. The church is located near the top of Ninth Street hill, 316 East Ninth Street.



Nov 19, 2022

Downtown Russellville Christmas Open House Sunday afternoon

As has been the case for decades, the Downtown Russellville Christmas Open House will be held tomorrow afternoon, the Sunday before Thanksgiving. From 1-5 p.m. businesses and also professionals will not only have their doors open, but many will offer refreshments and bargains. Also craft/vendor shows and sales will be held at the Historic Old Courthouse and the Russellville Recreation Center, both located on Winter Street. 'Downtown' encompasses a wide area.



Nov 18, 2022

Cougars dominated by Yellowjackets, end season at 11-2

Visiting Louisvile Central took advantage of a rash of Logan County miscues on the way to a 61-19 romp over the Cougars in a Class 4A regional championship game Friday. The Yellowjackets returned a fumble recovery and an interception for long touchdowns and avoided an early tying touchdown reception by Harper Butler because a lineman had gone too far downfield. Additionally, Central running back Cortez Stone, who went into the game as the number three rusher in the state, was unstoppable, piling up over 300 yards and four touchdowns. Davin Yates, Ryan Rayno & JunVontre Dillard scored the Cougar touchdowns and Kyla Bilyeu kicked the only extra point she tried. The long-anticipated showdown between Logan and Warren East, who had combined for a 23-1 record, isn't going to happen. The Raiders were also beaten Friday.  



Nov 15, 2022

Chandler's Christmas Bazaar offered Saturday

The Chandler's Chili Lunch & Christmas Bazaar will be held Saturday, Nov. 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The school is located at 6000 Morgantown Road. Librarian Jackie McCockle says, “Come shop from a variety of small businesses and vendors. Grab a chili lunch. It’s a fundraiser for Chandler's School Library.” 



Nov 13, 2022

Kamryn Babb scores TD, draws national attention

Proving there's always a Logan County Connection, Kamryn Babb was one of the major sports stories Saturday on ESPN, Fox Sports and Yahoo because of his touchdown catch for second-ranked Ohio State against over-matched Indiana. Babb, who is in his second year as a Buckeyes captain, was one of the top-ranked receivers in the nation coming to Columbus, but he's never gotten to play because of four major knee surgeries. Saturday he not only played but caught the TD pass from C.J. Stroud. "It’s so obvious how much the entire team loves Kam Babb," says the Ohio State podcast. Kam is the son of Logan County Athletic Association Hall of Famer Tyrone Babb, who quarterbacked Coach Steve Eans' 1986 football Cougars to an 8-2 record and led Coach Barry Reed's 1987 basketball Cougars to the regional finals.



Nov 11, 2022

Cougars ride Rayno, line, defense to playoff win

With Ryan Rayno rushing for 285 yards on 35 carries, the offensive line blocking beautifully for him, and the defense repeatedly stopping short-field opportunities for the Hopkinsville offense, the Logan County Cougars held off visiting Hopkinsville 21-7 Friday to advance to the third round of the Class 4A playoffs for the second year in a row. Rayno scored two touchdowns and Davin Yates another while Kyla Bilyeu kicked all three extra points. DeShawn Payne made two key interceptions deep in Cougar territory. Zane Batten caught four of Yates’ passes. Coach Todd Adler’s team (11-1 and fifth-rated in the state) is expected next week to entertain Louisville Central (8-4, 12th).



Nov 8, 2022

Republicans dominate Logan County elections

Republicans fared well in the 2022 General Election in Logan County, winning all but one pf the non-contested races and five of their eight races against Democrats. Two Democratic incumbents--the two female countywide office holders--lost their positions. Long-time county coroner Mary Givens was defeated by Logan County Schools administrator/home remodeling expert Ben Kemplin. Also, Brooke Brown Waldrup, who was the latest in a line of Dawsons-Browns who have held that office for decades, lost to Timothy Rainwaters, who has many years of experience in the Warren County PVA office. Other Democrats who won were incumbent Sheriff Stephen Stratton over Dewayne Whittaker and incumbent magistrates Tyler Davenport and Thomas Bouldin. Republican winners in contested races included new jailer Joshua Toomey over Johnny Anerson and magistrates Jamie Goodwin and Chris Wilcutt. Unopposed winners were Circuit Judge Joe Hendricks, District Judge Ken Williams, Judge-executive Phil Baker, County Clerk Stacie Watkins, County Attorney Joe Ross, and magistrates Jason Wade Harper and Ann Churchill Crawford. One race of note found long-time Logan County School Board Chairman Kenny Robertson being defeated by Kyle Wetton. Reelected were Russellville Mayor Mark Stratton and all six incumbent council members. Listen to WRUS News and watch The LoJofor a complete list of winners. 



Nov 7, 2022

Chick lifts Logan burn ban

Logan County Judge-Executive Logan Chick announced Monday that he has lifted the burn ban in Logan County because of "improved weather conditions." Although rainfall totals are still far behind normal annual averages, there have been some showers lately in this second prolonged drought of 2022. Burning is still prohibited during the daytime near wooded areas.



Nov 4, 2022

Cougars win playoff opener

Exploding out to a 28-0 lead just two plays into the second quarter, the Logan County Cougars overcame a gutty comeback by Allen County-Scottsville and a rash of penalties to win their Class 4A playoffs opener 35-14 at home Friday. Quaterback Davin Yates accounted for four touchdowns, two on the ground and two in the air. The touchdown passes were caught by Dayton Blackford and JunVontre Dillard. The other touchdown was on a Ryan Rayno run. Rayno was credited with well over 100 yards on the ground, but he had several other long runs nullified by teammates' penalties. Hunter Holloway intercpted two Patriot passes, Jack Delaney set up a score on a fumble recovery. Payton Taylor made himself at home in the AC-S backfield, adding to his sacks total. Kyla Bilyeu kicked all five of her extra point attempts. The Cougars will be at home again next week, this time against Hopkinsville, which came from 17 points down Friday to eliminate Franklin-Simpson. 



Nov 3, 2022

Chamber's Annual Membership Breakfast next week

The Logan County Chamber of Commerce's Annual Membership Breakfast will be held Thursday, Nov. 10, with the meal at 7:30 a.m. and the meeting at 8. It will be held at Logan Memorial Hospital, which is also the sponsor. A review of the Chamber's activities for the year and election of board members will be the agenda.



Oct 31, 2022

Young Russellville readers Treated with books

In an effort to promote literacy in our community, every Stevenson Elementary student grades PreK-5th, went home with a FREE bag of books to call their own! Thanks to our Russellville’s Community of Readers grant for making this a possibility! Definitely an appropriate Halloween treat!

 



Oct 30, 2022

RHS Seniors to host Black and Gold Holiday Market

The 2022 Black and Gold Holiday Market will be hosted by the Russellville High School seniors on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 9-3 at RHS. Craft, flea market and direct sales vendors will be set up. For more information, contact Senior Sponsor Julianna Link at the school either by phone or email.

 



Oct 28, 2022

Final Farmers' Market set Saturday morning

Saturday morning, the final Logan County Farmers’ Market of 2022 and the last time to redeem Senior and WIC vouchers will be held. Vendors will offer acorn squash, apple bread, apple butter, apples, butternut squash, cabbage, candy onions, carrots, cauliflower, gourds, mums, pear preserves, potatoes, pumpkins (pie, stackers and carving), sweet potato bread, sweet potatoes, tomatoes (red, yellow and green), zucchini and more. Hours are 7:30-noon.



Oct 27, 2022

Munday Hall Dedication set Friday morning

The formal dedication of Munday Hall will be held Friday at 9:30 a.m. on the campus of Western Kentucky University. The building has been renamed to honor Margaret Munday, an Auburn native who taught music in the Logan County Schools for over three decades. She was the first African American student at Western. A story about her appears in News Articles on The LoJo.



Oct 27, 2022

Fall Block Party for Russellville students Saturday

Students in the Russellville Schools are invited to a Fall Block Party in the Rhea Stadium Parking Lot Saturday from 4-6 p.m. Halloween costume contests will be held for all grades along with food, hayrides, caramel apple kits, a photo booth, face painting, music, and Trunk or Treat.



Oct 27, 2022

Russellville Police holding Trunk or Treat sessions

After sponsoring a Trunk or Treat event at Logan Memorial Hospital Thursday, the Russellville Police Department will hold two similar events on Halloween Day Monday. The first will be at Stevenson Elementary School from 1-3 p.m. and at the Russellville Fire Department from 5-7.



Oct 27, 2022

Trunk or Treat planned at Auburn Park Sunday

Trunk or Treat will be held Sunday from 6-7:30 p.m.at the Auburn Park Football Field. Those attending can enjoy candy, games, face paint, smores and popcorn. A food truck will be available for pizza sales.



Oct 27, 2022

Dental Lab ribbon cutting Friday

The Logan County Chamber of Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting for the new home of Russellville Dental Laboratory at 206 Sam Walton Drive at noon Friday. There will also be an open house.



Oct 26, 2022

East edges Lady Cougars at region

The Logan County Lady Cougars trailed Warren East two sets to one going into the fourth set of the Fourth Region Volleyballs semifinals Wednesday night. The Lady Cougars came back to win the fourth set 25-21 to tie the sets at 2-2, but lost 15-12 in the fifth set. East advances to Thursday's finals while Logan ends its season with a 30-9 record, including the program's 20th straight 13th District championship and their first Class 2A state championship.



Oct 25, 2022

Lady Cougars beat Greenwood, to face East

The Logan County Lady Cougars advanced to Wednesday’s regional semifinals in volleyball by beating long-time nemesis Greenwood 3-1 (21-25, 25-23, 25-15, 25-20) Monday for their 30th win of the season. They take on Warren East at 6 p.m. at South Warren. The winner will move on to Thursday’s regional championship match. Athletic Director Greg Howard says as soon as he gets the link he will announce how fans can buy tickets online.



Oct 25, 2022

RHS Band State Sendoff set Friday

Just before the Russellville Panther Band heads to state competition Friday, Director Trevor Cardwell’s band will present a community performance at 4 p.m. at Rhea Stadium. The competition will be held Saturday in Lexington.



Oct 24, 2022

Final Farmers' Market sessions this week

This is the final week of the 2022 Logan County Farmers' Market. Sessions remain Tuesday from 3-6 p.m. and Saturday morning from 7:30 until noon. It's also the final week for redeeming Senior and WIC vouchers. They can only be used at the Farmers' Market during regular hours. They can be used on fruits and vegetables, including pumpkins, which are edible. Tomatoes and other summer veggies are still available. The Market is located under the pavilion behind the Logan County Extension Office.



Oct 23, 2022

RHS Panther Band qualifies for state

The Russellville High School Panther Band placed fourth out of 10 bands Saturday at the KMEA Regional Competition hosted by Warren East High School. The band will be going to KMEA Semifinals next weekend in Lexington for the chance to compete the same night at the Finals Competition. Panther Band competed against nine other 2A bands, including the top three placing bands--Trigg County, Hancock County and Glasgow. The top six bands from each class advanced onto the semifinals. See Band Public Relations Chair Danni Gibson's Guest Article on the honor inside The LoJo.



Oct 23, 2022

Kirby Funeral Services Fall Cruise In set today

The third annual Kirby Funeral Services Fall Cruise In will be held from 1-5 Sunday afternoon in the funeral home parking lot at the intersection of the Bowling Green and Franklin roads on Russellville’s East End. Clay Bilyeu, who conducts similar events on the Carrico Park Square, will be providing leadership and music for those attending. Food trucks will be available. Justin and Rebecca Kirby are the owners.



Oct 22, 2022

Ryan Rayno sets Cougar season rushing record

Senior Ryan Rayno set a new school season rushing record Friday in the Logan County Cougars' 42-17 district romp at Calloway County. He averaged 17 yards per carry and gained 170 yards and 3 touchdowns on just 10 carries. That's slightly above his 165 yards per game action, which is second best in the state in Class 4A. Rayno has gained 1,493 yards, despite being held out late in several lopsided wins. Friday, the coaches let nine Cougars who are primarily linemen or defenders carry the ball after the Cougars started a running clock again at 42-3. Rayno will have at least two more games to add to his total. Coach Todd Adler's Cougars (8-1) will close out the regular season Friday against visiting South Warren and then begin playoff action on Nov. 4.



Oct 20, 2022

Panthers to take on visiting Rockets for district top seed

The Russellville Panthers will try to win their Class 1A district championship for the second year in a row Friday night when they entertain Crittenden County at Rhea Stadium. Both teams are 1-0 in the three-team district, having each beaten Fulton County. The KHSAA ratings make the 4-4 Rockets a two-touchdown favorite over the 1-7 Panthers. Both teams will have home games in the playoffs in two weeks. The game will be broadcast live on WRUS with Countdown to Kickoff beginning at 6:30 p.m.

 



Oct 20, 2022

District champion Logan to open with Greenwood in region

Following sweeping a good Todd Central team 3-0 for their 20th consecutive district championship, the Logan County Lady Cougars will open regional play against familiar foe Greenwood. The Lady Cougars and Lady Gators have met almost every year at region, including the 2003 regional finals when Logan started this remarkable streak. This time Coach Caleb Sheffield’s Lady Cougars are favored. According to KHSAA ratings, the 29-8 Lady Cougars, who beat GHS 3-1 during the season, are the second-best team in the region, and the Lady Gators (13-19) are rated eighth. The match will be played Monday at 7 p.m. at South Warren, which didn’t reach region. Todd Central plays regional favorite Bowling Green Tuesday.

 



Oct 19, 2022

Auburn Zombie 5K set Saturday

The Fourth Annual Auburn Zombie 5K Run/Walk will be held this Saturday, with check-in at 4 p.m. and the race beginning at 5. Costumes are encouraged and an award will be given to te best overall costume. The fee is $30 per person. It begins at the Auburn Park Pavilion. Contact Auburn Tourism for more information.

 



Oct 18, 2022

Lady Rebels hope to end Logan's championship streak tonight

The Logan County Lady Cougars will try to win their 20th straight 13th District Volleyball championship today when they take on Todd Central at 6 p.m. at Russellville High School. Both teams won district openers 3-0 Monday with Coach Caleb Sheffield's Lady Cougars running their record to 28-8 by beating RHS while Todd Central knocked off Franklin-Simpson. Stephen Lyne was either head coach or the top assistant on the first 16 championships for LCHS but now is the bench boss for the Lady Rebels. Logan is rated second in the Fourth Region with an RPI of .65687 while the Lady Rebels (24-10) are rated sixth with an RPI of .58290. Both teams will advance to region.



Oct 14, 2022

Kyla Bilyeu, Ryan Rayno lead Class 4A state totals

Two members of Logan County’s district championship football team led the state in a couple of categories going into this weekend’s action. Rayno had the most rushing yards with 1,321. Bilyeu has kicked 34 extra points of the 38 she has attempted. The 7-1 Cougars have a bye this weekend.

 



Oct 14, 2022

Panthers to face state champ Pikeville again Saturday

A rematch of last year's state Class 1A state football finalists will be played at another neutal site Saturday. The Russellville Panthers will try to reverse the outcome of that championship game in Lexington when they take on perennial powerhouse Pikeville at Somerset, located between Russellville in the west and Pikeville from the far eastern part of Kentucky. Pikeville is ranked number one in the state again this year with a 5-2 record and a Kentucky High School Athletic Association RPI of .76794. RHS is ranked 25th with a 1-6 record and an RPI of .41607. The game begins at 1 p.m. Russellville time and will be aired live on all of WRUS' platforms.



Oct 14, 2022

Fall decorations and foods part of Saturday's Farmers' Market

At Saturday’s Logan County Farmers’ Market, patrons will find many items associated with fall, such as pumpkins, mums, gourds, sweet potatoes, Indian corn, Indian fingers, turnips, mustard greens, acorn squash, butternut squash, fruit jams and jellies, and cabbage. Add to that tomatoes, onions, greenbeans, squash, zucchini, candy onions, bell peppers, a variety of meats and delicious sweets and pastries. Senior and WIC vouchers are still being accepted. The market is located under the pavilion behind the Logan County Extension Office. Hours are 7:30-noon.



Oct 11, 2022

Auburn Halloween Parade Oct. 29

Auburn’s Inaugural Halloween Parade will begin at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29. The Hold Your Horses band will play live music afterwards. Food and wine vendors will be available. Awards will be presented for the overall best decorated floats and costume categories.

 



Oct 11, 2022

RRFD annual chili supper fundraiser Oct. 29

Russellville Rural Fire Department will hold its annual chili supper and fund raiser at the Corinth substation on Highway 100 on Saturday, Oct. 29, beginning at 5 p.m.  In addition to the food, there will be an auction and a $300 ticket.

 



Oct 7, 2022

Cougars beat M-NH, win district

The Logan County Cougars wrapped up home field advantage in district playoffs with a 35-18 win over visiting Madisonville-North Hopkins. The final touchdown by the Cougars came on a run by JunVontre Dillard. Kyra Bilyeu went 5 for 5 kicking extra points. Key players Zane Batten, Hunter Holloway, Dayton Blackford and Ryan Rayno suffered injuries during the game and Jack Delaney sat it out with a collarbone injury. They have some time to heal, since the 7-1 Cougars don't play next week.



Oct 7, 2022

Cougars bat M-NH, win district

The Logan County Cougars wrapped up home field advantage in district playoffs with a 35-18 win over visiting Madisonville-North Hopkins. The final touchdown by the Cougars came on a run by JunVontre Dillard. Kyra Bilyeu went 5 for 5 kicking extra points. Key players Zane Batten, Hunter Holloway, Dayton Blackford and Ryan Rayno suffered injuries during the game and Jack Delaney sat it out with a collarbone injury. They have some time to heal, since the 7-1 Cougars don't play next week.



Oct 7, 2022

Cougars lead Madisonville 28-6 at half

In what was expected to be a close game between two good teams, the Logan County Cougars led visiting Madisonville-North Hopkins 28-6 at the half. Quarterback Davin Yates has thrown for well over 100 yards and two touchdowns, senior running back Ryan Rayno has over 100 yards with a touchdown, and Zane Batten and JunVontre Dillard have caught touchdown passes. Kyra Bilyeu, the state Class 4A leader in conversion kicks, is 4 for 4 on PATs, and she is also kicking off.



Oct 7, 2022

RHS Meet and Greet set tonight

All Russellville High School alumni and friends are invited to the annual Meet and Greet today in the school’s lobby. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the Class of 1972 will be honored, celebrating their 50th Anniversary at 6 p.m. The RHS Band will provide background music and door prizes will be awarded. All classes celebrating their reunions are especially invited. It’s a chance to see old friends in one place. There is no charge. This is sponsored by the Russellville Alumni Association. Jean Sosh Reynolds is president.



Oct 4, 2022

Three-term magistrate Jack Crossley passes away

Jack Crossley, who has represented South Logan on Logan Fiscal Court for 12 years, died at his Olmstead area home this weekend after a long and courageous battle with illness. The 77-year-old native Logan Countian was retired from BTR and worked for South Logan Water Association. He is a U.S. Army Veteran. He is survived by his wife of over half a century, Sharon Smotherman Crossley, two daughters, two grandchildren and his sister. Funeral services will be conducted in Russellville Thursday afternoon.



Oct 2, 2022

Chamber's Steenbergen accepts state award, named o state board

Last Wednesday, the Logan County Chamber of Commerce was awarded the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Executives 2022 Events Excellence Award for the 2021 Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival. Executive Director Polly Steenbergen attended the KCCE Conference and awards dinner where she was appointed to the KCCE Board of Directors.



Sep 30, 2022

Cougars run record to 6-1, 2-0 in district

The Logan County Cougars ran their overall record to 6-1 and their district record to 2-0 with a 44-21 win over Hopkins County Central Friday. Coach Todd Adler's team led 44-7 when the running clock began. It was the fifth time in the last six games that the Cougars have scored 40 or more points. The Cougars went into the game as the third highest scoring Class 4A team in the state with a 40-points-per-game average.



Sep 30, 2022

Panthers get district win in OT

A.J. Woodard scored his fifth touchdown of the game in overtime to lead the Russellville Panthers to a 38-32 district win at Fulton county Friday. Woodard carried the ball 15 times for 127 yards and 4 TD's, and went 65 yards on a pass that was just about a foot short of being another run. Tutu McKeage scored the other TD on a 51-yard run. Nick Woodard caught four passes and the Panther defense forced the Pilots into four turnovers. The win probably means a home playoff game for RHS.aa



Sep 30, 2022

Panthers use big plays to earn halftime tie

Fulton County ran 40 plays in the first half tonight and visiting Russellville just 15, but the game is tied 12-12 at the half. The Panthers have scored on an 80-yard run by A.J. Woodard and a 51-yarder by Tutu McKeage. The Pilots' touchdowns have come on long drives and short runs. Nick Woodard and Caleb Phillips have made key interceptions. The Panthers have added eight points early in the second half on a 65-yard pass from McKeage to A.J. Woodard, who also scored on the two-point conversion.


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