Panther Creek’s defense made sure there was no doubt on Friday night.
The Catamounts crushed winless Jordan 41-0 on the road at Claude Curry Stadium.
Jordan had just 19 yards of total offense until its final series. It ended with 64 – 93 were in the air and minus-29 were on the ground.
“The defense did a really good job of honoring their assignments and getting to the ball. You know Jordan, they’ve got some athletes and they’re breaking tackles and making guys miss. But it’s hard when we’re getting five or six guys to the ball,” Panther Creek coach Sean Crocker said.
The Catamounts (2-1) jumped out to a 28-0 halftime lead and never looked back against the Falcons (0-4).
Panther Creek receiver Diamante Taylor had three catches for 101 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half, reeling in a 28-yard touchdown pass and taking a tunnel screen 40 yards to pay dirt. Running back Toney Bass (12 carries, 101 yards) added a 1-yard and 3-yard touchdown run. Akeem Smith added an 11-yard touchdown run.
Rounding out the scoring, Phillip Stone kicked field goals of 17 and 25 yards.
PC quarerback Brendan Magner was 12-of-16 passing for 167 yards.
Jordan was led by 39 yards receiving on four catches by Picasso Keaton. Starting quarterback Matt Gampe threw for 64 yards.