The winner will will be able clinch a share of the TRAC Rock Division title and improve their seeding in the upcoming playoffs.
Coach Jesse Abbott said he was pleased with his team's effort as they now look towards Friday conference showdown with Monmouth-Roseville.
The Panthers had little trouble with Riverdale last week and will face an improving Bureau Valley team, which currently sports a 2-4 record.
The defense played an outstanding game holding the Rams scoreless until the final minute of the game.
In a special segment this week PPP looks at the often unsung group of a successful football team; the linemen. The Panthers boast a big and agile group that has allowed the Panther ball carriers to rack up big yardage in several games.
The Chargers wasted little time as the moved down the field and took their first lead of the game on a 35-yard pass play to go up 14-13. At that point the Panthers came roaring back.
After last Friday's triumph over state ranked Rockridge the EP Panther football team will look for its third consecutive win at Orion on Saturday with kick off set for 1:00 PM.
After moving the ball just 9 yards the Panthers stuffed a run up the middle on a 4th and 1 play to take over on downs and run out the clock for their second win of the season.
EP head coach Jesse Abbott says the game comes at a good time as the 1-2 Panthers are feeling good about their ability to score with a number of different players and on both side of the ball.
Hundreds of tractors will be on display each day with the gates opening at 7:00 AM and demonstrations starting at 9:00 AM.