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PERMIAN PANTHERS FOOTBALL BANQUET
Saturday, January 26th       Time TBA       Grande Fun Dome Odessa
PERMIAN'S SEASON ENDS IN THE AREA ROUND
NOVEMBER 23rd- The Panthers postseason run ended in the Area round of the Class 6A playoffs after a 49-35 loss to the Arlington Lamar Vikings.

Early on it appeared the Panthers would be run off the field. The Vikings received the opening kick and promptly marched 78 yards in six plays, taking a 7-0 lead with a 22 yard touchdown pass to a wide-open receiver. Meanwhile with star quarterback Peyton Powell sidelined with a hamstring injury, the Panthers offense was slow to get out of the gate. A Permian fumble would give Lamar excellent field position at the 38 yard line, and it only took three plays for the Vikings to capitalize with a 30 yard touchdown run. Another Permian fumble at their own 16 yard line set up Lamar's third touchdown, giving the Vikings a 21-0 lead as the first quarter ended.

Permian would finally get on the board in the second quarter. A short punt by Lamar was returned to the 49 yard line by Chase Stell, and a 17 yard pass from Christian Rodriguez to Justin Hammond got the Panthers into the red zone. Hammond then finiahed the drive on the next play with a 15 yard touchdown run. Carson Roberts' PAT made the score 21-7 Lamar at the break.

After a slow first half, the Panthers would make it a ballgame in the second half. Matt Jones blocked a Vikings punt to give MOJO the ball at the 33 yard line. Mason Sellers gained 25 yards on a reverse, then Kaden Horrell finished the drive with a five yard touchdown run. The Roberts PAT made the score 21-14 Lamar.

The Vikings answered with a 76 yard drive to get back to a 14 point advantage. And that's when MOJO made the game interesting. On first down at the 25, Hammond burst up the middle for 67 yards on the first play of the drive. Hammond then finished the drive with an eight yard touchdown reception from Rodriguez. Then on the ensuing Lamar possession, senior linebacker Tanner Adams would intercept a pass and return it to the 36 yard line. Ed Williams ran for 17 yards on the first play, then Hammond got his third touchdown of the game on a 16 yard reception from Rodriguez. The PAT tied the game at 28-28 early in the fourth quarter.

Christian Tschauner would send the MOJO crowd into a frenzy on the following Lamar possession. With the Vikings trying to drive for another score, Tschauner picked off a tipped pass at the three yard line and raced down the near sideline for a 97 yard touchdown return. The score would give MOJO their first lead of the game at 35-28. The celebration would be short lived however, as Lamar collected themselves and put together a quick seven play drive to tie the game at 35-35. The Vikings then proceeded to drive a stake through the heart of the Panthers with two quick touchdowns to end the game. Final score Lamar 49, Permian 35.

The 2018 Permian Panthers ended the season with an 8-4 record, a District 2-6A co-championship, and a Bi-District playoff victory. With 10 players returning with starting experience, as well as JV teams with a combined record of 15-3-1, the future should be bright for the MOJO Nation in 2019.

LINKS:
ODESSA AMERICAN ARTICLE
MOJO VS LAMAR HUDL VIDEO
JUSTIN HAMMOND
  District MVP

PEYTON POWELL
  1st Team Quarterback

ED WILLIAMS
  1st Team Running Back

LANDON PETERSON
  1st Team Offensive Tackle

DAWSON REYNOLDS
  1st Team Offensive Guard

JON HIGNOJOS
  1st Team Center

CARSON ROBERTS
  1st Team Kicker

TYLER RAMAGE
2nd Team Wide Receiver

RODNEY GANN
  2nd Team Offensive Guard

MASON SELLERS
  Honorable Mention Wide Receiver

JAMES BRUCE
  Honorable Mention Offensive tackle



LINKS:
COMPLETE 2-6A ALL DISTRICT LIST
JEFF ELLISON
  Coach of The Year

MATT JONES
  Defensive Player of The Year

JAKE PARCHMAN
  1st Team Defensive Tackle

TANNER ADAMS
  1st Team Inside Linebacker

EASTON HERNANDEZ
  1st Team Outside Linebacker

CAMERON MARTINEZ
  1st Team Outside Linebacker

RAKEEB ADEYEMI
  1st Team Cornerback

CHRISTIAN TSCHAUNER
  1st Team Quarterback

ANDY NOTLEY
  2nd Team Inside Linebacker

CARSON ROBERTS
  2nd Team Punter

KE'SHAWN WRIGHT
  Honorable Mention Defensive End

CHASE STELL
  Honorable Mention Safety
2018 2-6A ALL DISTRICT TEAM