What does it all mean? Well, this is our big game, in the rain, and it's St. Johns first battle with DeWitt as a league rival in the C-double-A-C Red division.
Game tied 20-20 at half, so we go straight to the third. DeWitt coach Rob Zimmerman told us he was concerned about St. Johns' physicality, and here's an example.
Kristopher Lindquist and Blake Cooper combine for the sack, but that doesn't rattle DeWitt Q-B Jacob Heath. On the money to Ryan Anderson and look at twinkle toes nice moves around the St. Johns secondary. DeWitt leads 27-20.
To the fourth, it's Heath again, this time he tosses it up and despite the rain, cold, wind, hail, tornado...all the elements, Andrew Clements makes the grab. 34-20 DeWitt.
From there, the Panthers defense shuts it down. Too many players on this tackle to even name. Great halftime adjustments by DeWitt.
The Panthers pitch a second half shutout to out muscle St. Johns one the road, 34-20.