ROSEBURG, Ore.--The South Medford Panthers have had their fair share of potential trap games this season, and Friday's trek to Roseburg to take on the struggling Indians qualified as just that.
The Panthers (6-0, 4-1) never wavered though and won in dominant fashion, 51-0. It's the fourth time this year that South Medford has held its opponent to single digit points and the first shutout pitched by the defense this season.
Roseburg (2-5, 1-4) meanwhile has now dropped three straight and has been shut out in two of those games.
All eyes now shift to South Medford's clash with Sheldon next week, as the throne to the 2017 Southwest Conference is on the line.