Panthers Run Wild

Second Half Surge Too Much For Pea Ridge

Posted: November 18, 2012 at 5 a.m.

The Pea Ridge Blackhawks take to their home field, Blackhawks Stadium, on Friday before the playoff match against Heber Springs.

After rushing for 28 yards in the first half, Heber Springs racked up 172 yards on the ground in the second half to post a 42-21 victory against Pea Ridge in a second round Class 4A playoff game Friday night.

That Figures

2 — Pea Ridge turnovers in the second half

3 — Pea Ridge first downs in the second half

5 — Consecutive scoring possessions for Heber Springs from the start of the second half

200 — Rushing yards for both teams

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