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Fairview rolls, Indy comes back, Page upsets-all under a full moon

Strange things happen under full moons.  Friday night’s football action involving Williamson County teams as no different.
Fairview 47 Hickman County 6
Garrett Wall scored twice in the first quarter to give Fairview more than enough offense to spoil Hickman County’s homecoming 47-6.
Dreshad Moore added a pair of rushing scores, including a 52-yarder, as the Yellow Jackets (7-1, 6-1 District 11-AA) rolled up 172 yards and four touchdowns on the ground.  The ground game also opened another big night for quarterback Hunter Zimmerman as the sophomore threw for three touchdowns on a 12-of-17 performance that gained 230 yards.
Fairview visits Page next Friday night.

Page 21 Cascade 20
The Patriots (4-4, 1-3 District 12-AA) became an important part of the district race by going to Cascade and upsetting the Champions (6-2, 2-2 District 12-AA) 21-20.
Senior quarterback Zak Mizell threw for only 76 yards, but he ran 101 yards and scored both ways in the win.  Michael Roberts added 89 yards on the ground.
Cascade went up 20-14 in the fourth quarter after a missed extra point and promptly snagged a third interception from Mizell, driving to the Patriot 1-yard line.  On fourth and goal, the Champions refused a field goal, looking for a touchdown, only to have the Page defense deny a score.
Taking over at their one yard line with four minutes left, the Patriots drove 99-yards in 3:30 to capture the win.
The Patriots host old rival Fairview next Friday night.


Brentwood's Jalen Marsalis looks for extra yardage in the Bruins 42-6 win over Summit.

Brentwood's Austin Wells (23) appears headed for a big gain behind the blocking of Jacob Boone (66) despite the efforts of Summit's Dalton Fisher (23).  The Bruins beat the Spartans 42-6.
Chris Jenkins (34) of Summit heads for the daylight opened by his blockers while Brentwood's Jordan Boone (59) and Nathan Kinchen (45) pursue.
Brentwood 42 Summit 6
Brentwood (3-5, 2-2 District 11-AAA) overwhelmed visiting Summit 42-6 (1-7, 0-4 District 11-AAA) behind John Maher Builders Scholar Athlete of the Month Austin Wells’ 73 yards rushing and three touchdowns.
John Robertson opened the game with a 92-yard kick-off return for a score before Wells scored three times on runs of 45, 6 and 3 yards before halftime.  Austin Crenshaw added a 30 pick six in the second quarter to leave the Bruins up 35-6 at the break.
Brentwood now prepares  for a road trip next week to arch rival Ravenwood.

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BGA 35, Zion Christian 7
BGA (6-3, 2-0 Div. II-A East/Middle) scored 35 first half points and cruised to a 35-7 victory over Zion Christian.  Ronald Cleveland had 90 yards on the ground, scoring on runs of 27 and 35 yards.
Tucker Beathard scored on a 3 yard run and a 45-yard punt return, with Rieves Berry closing the scoring on a 29-yard run.
BGA will be off next week to prepare for the East/Middle 2 district title game with Franklin Road Academy.

Independence 49 Dickson County 36
Vic Wharton exploded for five touchdowns, including two on kick-off returns, to help Independence (4-3, 2-1 District 11-AAA) dodge a bullet at Dickson County (1-7, 1-3 District 11-AAA) with a 49-36 win.
The game was tied at half and Dickson County held a lead for most of the second half, leading 30-28 at the end of three quarters.  But Wharton sandwiched a Dickson touchdown with runs of 7 and 43 yards to seal the win.
Wharton wound up with 297 yards on the ground and 102 throw the air as Andrew Bunch threw 26 times, completing 15 for 228 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception.
Independence rolled up 555 yards of offense, but gave up 417 yards on the ground, including 354 by Otis Gerron.
The Eagles return home next week for a key match-up with Franklin.

Posted on: 10/18/2013


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