Posted On: 05/3/21 9:47 AM

Harrison High School’s offense remained potent through the roller coaster of Season C en route to a perfect regular season at 6-0.

The Panthers averaged just below 29 points per game and scored 40 in the season opener and finale.

Harrison dominated on the ground and maintained a respectable pass game against the opposition. The only team the Panthers did not eclipse 100 yards on the ground against was Sierra. However, the contest ended at halftime due to injuries on the Stallions’ end.

Aside from that, their “worst” output was 127 yards against Aurora Central, a game they won 33-3. For the season, the Panthers tallied 1,251 yards on the ground and 15 touchdowns.

With the aerial game, Harrison managed 604 yards in six games and totaled 10 TD receptions.

Here are five players who supercharged the Panthers’ high octane offense.

 

Kahli Dotison

Few teams had an answer for the dual-threat senior as he shredded opposing defenses any time he touched the ball.

Dotison led the team in all-purpose yards for the regular season with 783 including 362 rushing yards.

Dotison made the most of his 10 receptio ns with 251 yards – including a season-best of 149 yards

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