Raytown tops William Chrisman for first win

By Mike Genet The Examiner
Posted: September 14, 2012 - 11:23 PM

If William Chrisman finds some offensive consistency, and end of its losing streak might well follow.

But both remained elusive for the Bears after Friday’s visit to Ted Chittwood Stadium, as host Raytown rolled in the second half for a 30-6 victory in a Suburban Middle Seven game that was scoreless at halftime.

While the host Blue Jays recorded their first win this season (1-3, 1-2 Middle Seven), the Bears’ winless streak has reached 16 through four attempts this season.

Chrisman, which had quarterback Dylan Cole (concussion) among four missing starters, managed just one first down and punted six times and committed two turnovers in between its first possession and its lone scoring drive late in the fourth.

Sophomore Gannon Ogle took a majority of the snaps and finished 8-of-17 passing for 45 yards. Kreig Jarnagin shifted from running back in the fourth and completed three passes on the scoring drive, the last one a 19-yard score that right tackle Chris Sheets plucked from the air after it was deflected by a Raytown lineman. Sheets rumbled across the goal line for the zany score with 3:22 remaining, but it only made the score 23-6.

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