Jordan finished strong at home against Rancho Dominguez Prep to win its first football game since 2016. The 35-20 victory snaps a 12-game losing streak.
“The kids feel great,” first-year coach Tim Wedlow said. “There was a lot of energy tonight.”
Because of an injury, Anthony Scott took over quarterbacking duties and scored three touchdowns. Jordan running back Deshawn Harris also got into the end zone. The game was tied at halftime, and the Panthers scored the last three touchdowns of the game.
Jordan (1-1) travels to Lynwood on Friday.
High School Football: Jordan vs. Rancho Dominguez
The Panthers won their first game since 2016 in a thrilling back-and-forth contest with Rancho Dominguez. Visit the562.org to click SUBSCRIBE to support local sports coverage.