The Parkway Panthers have been on a roll since losing their season opener to Calvary Baptist.
Parkway won its fifth straight game Thursday night, routing Captain Shreve 49-14 at Preston Crownover Stadium in a District 1-5A opener.
The Panthers improved to 5-1 overall. They’ve won every game by at least 24 points during their winning streak. Captain Shreve dropped to 3-3 with its third straight loss.
Parkway junior quarterback Keondre Wudtee completed eight of 14 passes for 266 yards and four touchdowns to four different receivers.
Wudtee’s first TD pass went for 93 yards to Jared Lancaster. Stacy McCray (34 yards), Artavious Lynn (24 yards) and Demetrius McAtee (23 yards) also had TD catches.
William McKnight (20 yards), Maleck Zeidan (19 yards) and Juwon Johnson (64yards) had rushing touchdowns, Johnson’s came after he bobbled the snap while back to punt.
The Panthers piled up 447 yards total offense, 175 on the ground and 272 through the air.
The defense limited the a Gators to 223 total yards.
Dante Williams, Kaleb Monroe and Henry Sandifer led the defense with 10 tackles apiece. Kyle Still had eight. Juwon Johnson, Semaj Tarver and Willie Johnson had seven apiece.
Monroe intercepted a pass and returned it 72 yards.
Parkway continues district play next Thursday night against Southwood at Lee Hedges Stadium. The Cowboys (2-4) lost to Haughton 28-7 Thursday night.
— Russell Hedges, email@example.com