Park Hill South keeps Chrisman winless

By Shawn Garrison The Examiner
Posted: September 17, 2011 - 8:02 AM

There are brief flashes where William Chrisman looks like so much more than a winless football team.

Friday night was the perfect example of that, as the Bears outscored and shut out Class 5 No. 7 Park Hill South for nearly an entire half and senior running back DeMarco Hill broke off one dazzling run after another.

But once the clock hit zero, Chrisman was still well short of its first victory as the Panthers prevailed 42-18 in the Suburban Middle Seven Conference game at the Independence All-School Stadium.

While the Bears (0-4, 0-2 Middle Seven Conference) still exhibit stretches that suggest they could be ready to make a playoff push after last year’s 5-5 showing, they’ve also continued to suffer breakdowns that leave them fighting uphill battles and ultimately falling short.

Friday, as Chrisman keyed on South’s ground game – which featured junior running back Myles Hammonds, who went over the 500-yard mark for the season against the Bears – the Panthers (3-1, 2-0) raced to a 28-point lead as junior receiver Craig Scott clutched four touchdown catches and racked up all of his 133 receiving yards in the first two quarters.

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