The Palmyra football team allowed just 37 yards of total offense during a lopsided victory at rain-soaked Bowling Green on Friday night.
The Palmyra football team had no choice but to wait for an hour-plus weather delay to run its course.
The Panthers were all systems go once the game began.
Palmyra compiled 537 yards of total offense — 455 on the ground — en route to a 39-0 non-conference victory at rain-soaked Bowling Green on Friday night.
Bowling Green managed just 37 yards and four first downs, committing three turnovers.
Running back Jarom Alexander led a stable of 11 ball carriers who saw action out of the Palmyra backfield. Alexander rushed for 150 yards on 10 carries and a touchdown and also racked up 39 yards receiving.
Panthers quarterback Jacob Kroeger completed 4 of 6 passes for 82 yards and two touchdowns while running for 78 yards and another score.
Brady Barnett bruised his way to 78 yards rushing on 10 attempts. Corder Lehenbauer gained 75 yards on the ground on just four carries, while Dakota Compton rushed five times for 43 yards and Dalton Perkins ran twice for 22.
Wide receiver Abe Haerr caught a pair of passes for 42 yards, making both count for touchdowns.
Weston King led Palmyra with six tackles in the shutout.
King, Nicholas Lickfield, Barnett, Tucker Aeschliman and Haerr recorded one tackle for loss a piece.
Palmyra (2-0) is scheduled to play at Centralia next Friday.