Panorama’s defense shines in a shut-out victory Friday against Manson Northwest Webster.

Through two games the Panthers have not allowed a single points this season. That trend continued Friday when the Panthers hit the road following a 25-0 in week one. Head Coach Mike Kauzlarich says they put an emphasis on starting faster offensively, which they struggled to do against St. Edmonds last week failing to get on the board in the first quarter. That was not the case Friday.

The Panthers did not waste anytime, putting up two one-yard touchdown runs in their first two possessions by Luke South and Dominic Walker. The defense decided to add some points themselves in the second quarter with a 41-yard interception return for a touchdown courtesy of Trent Hambleton to build a 22-0 leading going into halftime.

The defense wasn’t done scoring in the third quarter, as they added two more points with a safety. The Panthers put the icing on the cake in the fourth quarter with a 33-yard touchdown pass from Walker to Zach Rizzuti. Panorama ended up winning the game 31-0, jumping to a 2-0 start on the young season.

The Panthers will try to make it three in a row Friday when they host Interstate-35.