LOUISVILLE As the final seconds ticked off the clock, many St. Thomas Aquinas fans stood silently, staring at the scoreboard in disbelief. The Knights had played well. They had controlled the line of scrimmage, dominating with their run game.
Perry senior Keishaun Sims is on the verge of joining a select club in Stark County high school football history — the 2,000-yard rushing club in a season. He is 60 yards shy of becoming the first Perry Panther to reach that mark.