JERSEYVILLE — The grass was wet Friday night at Snyders Sports Complex, but that didn’t stop the Marion Wildcats from running on it.
After an electric first quarter that featured five touchdowns, the Wildcats beat the Jersey Panthers 48-22 in a non-conference game. The Wildcats have now beaten the Panthers in four consecutive matchups since 2018.
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