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Penns Valley vs. Tyrone Gallery by Amy Wasson

Written by: on Saturday, October 9th, 2021


Story: Rodney Brungart

Tyrone Golden Eagles topple the Penns Valley Rams in a 28-18 victory. Penns Valley would win the opening coin toss, deferring to the second half. Tyrone would take the ball on the kickoff at their own 35 yard line. Moving the ball down the field with a combination of pass and run plays, Keegan Gwinn would find Corrie Beck on a 14 yard touchdown pass, point after was blocked. With 4:42 left in the first quarter, it was Tyrone 6, Penns Valley 0. Penns Valley would come right back, moving the ball 65 yards down the field to score on a 2 yard run by Tanner Ilgen, extra point was blocked, with 1:38 remaining in the 1st quarter, it was Penns Valley 6, Tyrone 6. Tyrone would go 3 and out on their next possession, punting the ball away.

Penns Valley would take over on the Tyrone 28 yard line. Penns Valley’s Jackson Romig would put together some nice pass plays, with a 17 yard pass to Zach Braucht for a Penns Valley touchdown. Two point conversion attempt was no good, with 8:21 left in the 2nd quarter, Penns Valley 12 Tyrone 6. The Golden Eagles would put on an impressive drive, starting on their own 28 yard line. Marching down the field to the Penns Valley 8 yard line. Next play, Penns Valley’s Tanner Ilgen would pick off a pass from Tyrone’s Keegan Gwinn, racing 95 yards for a Penns Valley touchdown. The two point conversion was once again no good. With 2:10 remaining in the 2nd quarter, it was Penns Valley 18, Tyrone 6.

Both teams scoring back and forth, Tyrone would get the ball on their own 19 yard line march down to the Penns Valley 19 yard line. On the next play would find Ross Gampe in the end zone on a pass from Keegan Gwinn for the Tyrone touchdown. Extra point was good, with 58 seconds remaining in the half, the score is Penns Valley 18, Tyrone 13. Penns Valley’s next series would find Jackson Romig throwing an interception to Tyrone’s AJ Coleman. Tyrone would run out the clock ending the first half, with the score Penns Valley 18, Tyrone 13. Penns Valley would take the 2nd half kickoff, starting on their own 43 yard line, unable to move the ball would find them punting away. Neither team could move the ball with 4:06 left in the 3rd quarter after 2 sacks by Penns Valley’s Scott Hess and Gavin Ryan assisting on one, would stop two Tyrone drives.

That would end the 3rd quarter, with Penns Valley still leading 18-13. Penns Valley couldn’t get anything going to start the 4th quarter, punting the ball back to Tyrone. Tyrone would be forced to punt after starting on their own 10 yard line. Penns Valley would go 3 and out and after punting, Tyrone would be on the move again, starting from their 26 yard line. Tyrone’s Ashton Walk would find Cortlynd Rhoades on a 9 yard touchdown toss. Two point conversion attempt was good, with Tyrone now leading Penns Valley 21-28 with 1:54 left in the 4th quarter. Penns Valley would fumble the ball away on the kickoff, with Tyrone recovering on the Penns Valley 21 yard line. Two plays later would find Brady Ronan racing in from 20 yards out for another Tyrone touchdown. Extra point by Jake Johnson was good, with 1:29 left in the game, Tyrone had a commanding lead of 28-18. On Penns Valley’s last possession, Jackson Romig would throw an interception to Tyrones Cortlynd Rhoades. Tyrone would run out the clock, with the final score, Tyrone 28, Penns Valley 18.

Tyrone would not back down after being down 18-6 since the 2nd quarter. Always a good match up between these two teams. Penns Valley will be at home next week for Senior Night, facing off against Everett High School, while Tyrone travels to play Philipsburg.

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