Blue Springs runs past Ray-Pec
By John Beaudoin The Blue Springs Journal
Cameron Coffman and the Raymore-Peculiar Panthers hit the field Friday night with their ‘A’ game in hand.
The only problem was, Blue Springs’ all-state running back Darrian Miller, quarterback Kyle Brown and the offensive line brought an ‘A+’ game.
Miller rushed for 186 yards and broke the all-time career rushing record in Missouri, formerly held by Fort Osage’s Dalton Krysa, as Blue Springs powered past the Panthers 49-28 in the Class 6A State Sectional game at home. Miller’s yardage Friday night gave him 6,425 for his career at Blue Springs. He broke the record a day after re-committing to Kansas to play football.
“Darrian would thank the linemen, his quarterback, his receivers, everyone,” Blue Springs head coach Kelly Donohoe said. “This is special for him and we’ll honor him tonight.”
Before the game, Ray-Pec coaches noted the play of the offensive line as critical to the success or demise of the do-or-die game.
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