Scoring

P – Tre Nelson 18 run (kick failed)

W – Ryan Dailey 14 run (pass failed)

P – Jerry Pereira 79 kick off return (pass failed)

W – Zack Bogoly 51 pass from Dailey (Johnny Norris kick)

W – Trey Robinson 29 run (kick failed)

Palmerton 6 6 0 0 – 12

Wilson 0 13 0 6 – 19

Statistics

P W

First Downs 11 16

Rushing Yards 39-157 37-179

Passing yards 25 163

Total Offense 182 342

Passing 1-13-1 10-21-0

Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1

Penalties 7-70 6-57

Punts-avg. 4-29.3 2-36

Individual Statistics

Rushing – P: Vignone 17-108, Nelson 9-39, Periera 4-12, Peters 8-(minus-1), Shivone 1-(minus-1); W: Robinson 20-132, Dailey 10-38, Labatch 1-8, Smith 6-1 .

Passing – P: Peters 1-13-1-25; W: Dailey 4-8-0-89, Smith 6-13-0-74 .

Receiving – P: Pereira 1-25; W: Bogoly 5-108, Robinson 2-36, Tooley 2-15, Labatch 1-4.

The skinny: Wilson's defense allowed one early touchdown then shut down Palmerton the rest of the way for a 19-12 win.

The offensive standouts: The Warriors Trey Robinson and Zack Bogoly accounted for 276 of their team's 342 yards of offense. Robinson had 132 rushing and 36 receiving. Bogoly had 108 yards recieving. Each had one touchdown.

The defensive stopper: Palmerton's Johns Snyder and Rai Washington each had tackles for losses in the game.

The turning point: Bogoly's 51-yard touchdown catch put Wilson ahead for good, 13-12 with 4:40 left in the second quarter.

Records: Palmerton 0-2; Wilson 1-1

Down the road: Palmerton hosts Salisbury next week; Wilson hosts Northwestern.

From the coach's mouth: "Without the mistakes it's definitely a different outcome. The bottom line is we're in control of that. We have to stop beating ourselves. We can't be playing against Wilson and Palmerton at the same time. Once we correct that, we'll be fine," Palmerton head coach Chris Walkowiak.