Bears shutout Panthers to advance to finals

The third-place Sylvan Lake Peewee Bears football team defeated the second-place Stettler Panthers 30-0 on a cold, windy day in Stettler

Matthew McDiarmid of the Sylvan Lake Bears stands firm while a group of Stettler Panthers try to take him down.

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The third-place Sylvan Lake Peewee Bears football team defeated the second-place Stettler Panthers 30-0 on a cold, windy day in Stettler on Saturday.

A tense first quarter saw the teams tied at 0-0 with the Bears scoring the game’s first touchdown in the second quarter, but failing on the convert.

The score remained 6-0 until the third quarter, when the Bears scored their second touchdown and completed the convert to take the game to 14-0.

The game ended 30-0, marking the fifth consecutive game the Bears have shutout their opposition.

The Bears will face the first-place Strathmore Spartans in Strathmore in Tier finals on Saturday (Nov. 1).

 

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