Pella — A blocked point after touchdown attempt was one of the difference makers in Friday's football game against Knoxville.
The Dutch capitalized on the struggles Knoxville's offense showed in the Red Zone. Two interceptions of Knoxville Quarterback Gerrit Davis helped keep the Panthers out of the end zone.
Knoxville actually gained over 300 yards of offense, according to early stats, to the Dutch's 133. The Dutch defense, and an offense led by freshman Nathan Henry, gave Pella the win.
The final of Friday's game was 14-13, in favor of the Dutch. Look for a full story and more on Friday's game in the Sept. 23 Chronicle.