Panthers fall to Shelby in 8–man quarterfinals

Chris Mcconnell
Thursday, November 12, 2020

Park City fell to Shelby 87–68 in a high scoring game that saw 155 points scored and both teams combining for 1,148 yards of offense and 24 touchdowns.

The Panthers had 32 rushes for 285 yards and 13/37 passing for 240 yards and 10 touchdowns total. Shelby had 414 yards rushing and 209 passing.

Coach Mark Rathbun said, “The Park City Panthers’ season was a successful season even though it didn’t quite end like we had hoped that it would. We had quite a donnybrook with Shelby trading a lot of scores back and forth. Unfortunately for us, our execution at times just wasn’t quite good enough. I am extremely proud of our players for their efforts in this game and throughout the season. We will miss our four seniors (Tucker Johnstone, Ben Kessler, Ryan Weber and Garrett Zimdars) when we start next season, but I feel like we have a good core of players who will return next year and try to build off of the lessons learned this season. Go Panthers!”



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