Pond Creek-Hunter Panthers Team Breakdown – Pigskin Preview 2018 – Presented by Integris Medford



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Pond Creek-Hunter Panthers

COACH: David Kerr

Last 5 Years:

2013 – 12-2

2014 – 10-2

2015 – 6-4

2016 – 13-1

2017 – 13-1


Pond Creek-Hunter High School enter the 2018 football season with some retribution on its mind. After a 13-1 record and a runner-up finish in the Class C state playoffs, the Panthers and head coach David Kerr return three starters on offense. Kerr’s son Tyler (5-11, 145, Sr.) will be the starting quarterback for the second straight season and will want to go out strong in his senior campaign. Noah Miller (5-11, 190, Jr.) will be the workhorse at running back for PCH, as the junior will be a key part of a balanced offensive attack. The Panthers use a multi set formation on offense in hopes of keeping teams off balanced, so that will be something to watch for as the season unfolds. 

Martin Faison - Pond Creek Hunter


Looking at their defense, Miller is a standout for this unit, too, anchoring a linebacker core with another junior Xavier Smith (5-11, 220). Those two are part of a front five that coach Kerr says will be the strong point for a no-bend defense. Marvin Faison (5-11, 200, Sr.) will be a leader on the defensive line in his final season as a Panther. Faison had 40 tackles last season so he will be good experience up front. Despite the success last season, Kerr doesn’t want his team to think they have done anything great yet and said that in order to build the tradition at the school his players will need to show more maturity and composure. 


8-31 – at Kremlin

9-7 – vs. Medford

9-14 – vs. Deer Creek-Lamont

9-21 – at Timberlake

9-28 – vs. Balko

10-5 – at Sharon-Mutual

10-12 – vs. Buffalo

10-18 – at Waynoka

10-26 – vs. Tyrone

11-2 – at Boise City