Ellsworth Community College bounced back from its first loss of the season to pick up two victories this weekend.
Already low on numbers, Ellsworth Community College traveled to the NIACC Classic without one of its top scorers. With just two players available to come off the bench, the Panthers fell to another win-less squad – Marshalltown Community College.
On the first series of the game, Ellsworth Community College’s Julian Baldi scooped up a fumble and rumbled inside the red zone. However, they coughed up the ball and Independence Community College returned the favor – eventually turning the turnover into points.
Ellsworth Community College head coach Troy Muilenburg does not like to make excuses. But, if there was one catalyst that led to a sub .500 season, it would have been all the injuries.
By any definition of the term, Wednesday’s season-opening dual in Iowa Falls was big. It pitted second-ranked NIACC against the number-five Ellsworth Community College Panthers. In the end, it was the Trojans to fire the first salvo in a 24-19 win. It was also Adam Fahs’ debut as the ECC int…
With just over five and a half minutes left to go in its game against North Central Missouri College, Ellsworth Community College led by one point (62-61).