If someone blinked inside Panther Stadium on Friday night, they might have missed a Derby touchdown.
Derby (5-2) scored three touchdowns in its first six plays of the game, kicking off a 62-0 rout of visiting Wichita Southeast (1-6). It was coach Brandon Clark crew’s first shutout of the season and its sixth over the last three seasons.
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