When Chillicothe plays Maryville in
football, most anything can happen. Here's a look at some of the
memorable moments in this series.
8/31/2007- Maryville 20, at Chillicothe 18 - The first
time in 20 years Chillicothe lost their season opening game.
Chillicothe scored on their first two possessions, but a penalty at
the end of the first quarter gave Maryville an un-timed down where
they turned a screen pass into a 74 yard touchdown. Chillicothe
scored late in the game but missed their third straight conversion
9/1/2006 - Chillicothe 30, at Maryville 14 - Maryville scored
with 42 seconds left in the first half to close the game to 9-7.
Chillicothe answered with a 54 yard drive to score on the final play
of the half. Maryville closed the game to with in two points early
in the third quarter but could get no closer.
9/10/2004 - Chillicothe 7, at Maryville 6 - In a defensive
struggle, Chillicothe blocked Maryville's extra point kick, then in
the third quarter blocked a Maryville punt. Four plays later
Chillicothe scored and holds on for the win. The Hornets had 137
total yards and the Spoofhounds had 142 total yards
11/8/2003 - Chillicothe 28, Maryville 14 - Chillicothe's
Clint Macoubrie scored late in the second quarter to take the lead
for good and give Chillicothe a District title. 5 days later
Chillicothe would end Platte County's 52 game winning streak.
11/5/1999 - at Chillicothe 10, Maryville 7- Chillicothe went
83 yards early in the fourth quarter to tie the game. Late in the
game, Chillicothe drove 77 yards on 13 plays, including 11 carries
by Adam Cooper. Chillicothe's Zach Graham booted a 26 yard field
goal with three seconds left to give Chillicothe the district
11/8/1998 - Chillicothe 28, at Maryville 14 - Chillicothe's
Wyatt Pickering rushed for 247 yards to give Chillicothe the upset
win and the district title over previously unbeaten Maryville. A
14-point third quarter for Chillicothe was the difference in the
9/12/1997 - Maryville 7, at Chillicothe 0 - Chillicothe lined
up in punt formation but snapped the ball over the head and raised
arms of 6' 6" punter Justin Bland. Maryville took over on the 9 yard
line and scored on the next play for the only touchdown of the game.
It marked the first time Chillicothe was shut out in any
football game in 10 years.
11/4/1994 - Chillicothe 23, at Maryville 21 - With Maryville
trailing, the Spoofhounds took over on the 6 yard line with 1:34
left in the game. On the final play of the game, Maryville
Quarterback Matt Redd passed to Scott Courter for a 45 yard pass to
the end zone, with the Hornets Jeff Beemer in coverage. With no time
left on the clock, the officials indicated no catch, signifying the
receiver was not in bounds. With the win, Chillicothe earns a
district championship and a share of the conference crown.