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"In all honesty it starts with the O-line," Parker said. "Charles, big running back, takes a lot of pressure off of us. By giving it to him, it takes a lot of pressure off of us."
Oswego got interceptions from Joshua Otten and Jett Weaver, which both led to touchdowns, and sacked Plainfield North quarterback Eben Heine four times.
The Panthers held Plainfield (1-2, 1-2) to 17 yards rushing, and limited Tigers' track star Marcellus Moore to 30 yards total.
"We prepped for Moore, had to contain him," Oswego defensive lineman Jack Hugunin said.
"He has speed unlike anything we can match," Cooney added. "Very seldom did we run straight man to man on him. When we did, we matched up Jamal on him."