Pace flag football dominated Escambia in a 73-0 win, with Amaya Pablo and Cadence Wermers leading a prolific offense. The victory boosts Pace to a 2-0 record for the season, while Escambia is left at 0-2.

By the Numbers
  • Pace scored 20+ points in both the first and second quarters
  • Amaya Pablo was 7-for-9 passing with 174 yards and four touchdowns
  • Cadence Wermers was 8-for-10 passing with 88 yards and four touchdowns
  • Pace had seven receivers with at least one reception, with six of them scoring
  • Defensively, Cailyn Bailey had eight tackles, including three sacks, and Aisley Shields recorded two interceptions
State of Play
  • Pace holds a 2-0 record for the season after the dominating win
  • Escambia is left at 0-2 and will host Pensacola next
Bottom Line

Pace flag football displayed dominance with a massive 73-0 win over Escambia, showcasing a potent offense led by Amaya Pablo and Cadence Wermers. The victory solidifies Pace's strong start to the season, while Escambia faces an uphill battle after a rough 0-2 start.