The Chargers finished their sectional journey with a victory over the visiting Knightstown Panthers. The reward – a sectional championship trophy. The Chargers jumped out to an early lead on a 35 yard touchdown strike from Carson Parmer to Kaden Muckerheide and thus began the onslaught of scoring in the first quarter. The Chargers would find the end zone four more times in the first. The Chargers would let up slightly in the second quarter, scoring only 2 touchdowns. The Chargers ended the half with a score of 49-0. The Charger junior varsity would handle the second half with a running clock and would score one more time in the third. When the dust settled, the Chargers amassed 206 yards of rushing on 28 carries and 173 on 6 completions. for a total offensive game of 370 yards and an average of 10 yards per play. Defensively, the Chargers held the Panthers to 73 yards of total offense on 37 plays for an average of 1.9 yards per play. Kaden Muckerheide had 107 yards of offensive production; Reid Messer had 94 yards of offensive production; and the Evans duo contributed 107 yards of offensive production. Kaden Muckerheide led the team in tackles, but senior Evan Howell provided a standout performance with 1 solo tackle, 2 assists, 1 tackle for loss, and an interception.
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