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Ashten Quade and Ellsworth scored at will Friday night in a 58-7 blowout of Baldwin-Woodville

Quade scored the first four touchdowns for the Panthers. The first one, a 3-yard run, got the scoring started with 7 minutes, 14 seconds left in the first quarter. Jack Janke found Quade through the air for 41-yard touchdown. Just over 2 minutes later, Janke connected with Quade for a 44-yard score.

Quade wasn't done scoring in the first quarter, he punched one in from 5 yards out with 6:44 left in the second. Max Grand added a 3-yard touchdown on the ground to pile on.

The Panthers led 36-0 at the half and scored three more times before Baldwin-Woodville got on the board in the fourth.

Ellsworth (3-0) finally gets a home game, its home-opener, against Somerset on Friday, Sept. 10.

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