Penns Valley got off to a fast start and remained unbeaten with a 47-35 win over Huntingdon on Thursday night.
The Rams (5-0) scored 21 points in the first quarter and closed the Bearcats (1-4) out with a 15-6 run. It was a much more satisfying win for Penns Valley head coach Terry Glunt who watched his team score just a combined three points in the first and fourth quarters in its last game — a 34-31 win over Central.
“It was nice to see just a solid performance tonight,” Glunt said.
While the Rams took care of buisiness offensively — Luke Weaver finished with 17 points and Zach Engle added 11 — they stymied the Bearcats on the other end, too.
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Huntingdon came into the game averaging 60 points per game.
“It’s always tough to win in Huntingdon,” Glunt said. “So Iwas clearly pleased with the defensive effort.”