Panthers junior quarterback Kaylee Messina set a school record for completions in a game.
LAKE BUTLER Since losing by one point to Boone in the first game of the season, the Dr. Phillips girls flag football team has outscored its opponents 125-0 over the course of four games.
The Panthers (4-1) were perfect on defense once again, topping the host Olympia Titans 32-0 March 16.
Dr. Phillips junior quarterback Kaylee Messina set a school record for completions in a game when she connected on 32 attempts, easily besting the previous mark of 25 completions in a game. Messina connected on touchdown passes to Jordin Ferguson (2), Brooke Harrigan, Tiffany Tolbert and Gianna Fischetti.
Olympia is 0-4.
Up next for Dr. Phillips: The Panthers will return from spring break and host Timber Creek (3-1) at 7 p.m. March 30.
Up next for Olympia: The Titans will take to the road after spring break, traveling to Lake Nona (1-2) March 29 at 7 p.m.
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