SALEM — Yellville-Summit coach Lucas Morris was worried about the Greyhound attack of Salem.
Friday night, the Panthers saw first hand what Salem was capable of doing.
Salem defeated the Panthers, 50-7, to claim a non-conference win.
With the win Salem moves to 2-0 on the season while the Panthers fall to 0-2.
Salem was able to move the ball throughout the night. The Greyhounds backfield ran for 22 points in the first quarter as Salem led 22-7.
Increasing the lead to 38-7 at intermission, Salem was able score 12 more points in the final half to put the game away.