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Week 3 High School Football

Football: Wade leads Summit to region shutout; BGA falls short on the road; BA tips defending champs

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Football – Spring Hill at Summit

Destin Wade 

COLUMBIA – Destin Wade scored four touchdowns and guided the Summit High School football team to a Region 5-5A shutout at Columbia Central Friday night.

Wade collected 121 yards on 21 carries with four TDs and added a two-point conversion pass to Brandon King as Summit improved to 3-0 and made a statement with the shutout region victory over previously unbeaten Columbia Central.

The Lions had outscored their first two opponents 50-10 but managed just 134 yards of offense and coughed up three turnovers against the Spartans.

Both Jacob Turner and Austin Grooters collected interceptions for Summit, which tallied three sacks on the night as well.

John Dippold added 93 yards on the ground on 13 carries with a an early fourth-quarter 1-yard scoring plunge. King added another 86 yards on just eight carries. The Summit rushing attack out-gained the Lions 321-22.

Wade opened the scoring early in the first with a 6-yard TD run and then added two more scores in the second frame for a 21-0 halftime lead. His final touchdown came with 5:49 to play in the third on a 2-yard run for a 28-0 advantage.

SHS – 6 15 7 7 – 35

CCHS – 0 0 0 0 – 0

Scoring Summary

1Q 9:30 S – Destin Wade 6 run (Ryan Crane kick);

2Q 10:11 S – Wade 2 run (Brandon King pass from Wade);

2Q 6:55 S – Wade 3 run (Crane kick);

3Q 5:49 S – Wade 2 run (Crane kick);

4Q 10:00 S – John Dippold 1 run (Crane kick).

Goodpasture 32, Battle Ground Academy 28

Despite a slow start, BGA battled to take the lead briefly in the third quarter before falling short at Goodpasture in Division II-AA Middle Region opener for both teams Friday in Madison.

The Cougars scored the first two touchdowns on a 1-yard first-quarter run by Cooper Pennington and a 4-yard pass from Pennington to Brendan Jones with 9:08 to play in the second. Sean Williams got the visitors on the board with 3:24 to play in the second a 4-yard touchdown run, but Jones answered on the ensuing kickoff by taking it 91 yards to the house for a 19-7 lead with 3:09 remaining in the half.

The Wildcats closed the first half with a Brett Brown touchdown plunge in the final seconds to pull within a score. They took the lead with 8:05 left in the third after a Miller Barnett TD.

The two region foes traded scores down the stretch with Goodpasture regaining a 25-20 edge on another Pennington rushing score late in the third, but BGA catapulted back in front after Brown scored his second TD with 8:31 to play. Both teams went for 2-point conversations and came up empty.

Goodpasture took the final lead on a 1-yard run from Jaron Elkins with 4:51 to play.

Sean Williams closed with 97 yards on 12 carries for BGA and had three returns for another 87 yards, while Brown threw for 52 yards and ran for another 26 with his two scores. Max Sale led the Wildcats defense with nine tackles

Pennington led the Cougars with 15-of-16 passing for 126 yards and a TD to go with another 81 yards rushing and two more scores.

BGA – 0 14 6 8 – 28

GCS – 6 13 6 7 – 32

Scoring Summary

1Q 4:58 G – Cooper Pennington 1 run (Kick failed);

2Q 9:08 G – Brendan Jones 4 pass from Pennington (Darius Barksdale kick);

2Q 3:24 B – Sean Williams 4 run (Carson Coco kick);

2Q 3:09 G – Jones 91 kickoff return (Kick failed);

2Q 0:05 B – Brett Brown 1 run (Coco kick);

3Q 8:05 B – Miller Barnett 1 run (Kick failed);

3Q 3:00 G – Pennington 2 run (Pass failed);

4Q 8:31 B – Brown 1 run (run failed);

4Q 4:51 G – Jaron Elkins 1 run (Barksdale kick).

Brentwood Academy 30, McCallie 27

Tayler Montiel threw for 363 yards and a touchdown and the Eagles up-ended defending Division II-AAA champions in an East Region showdown in Chattanooga.

Jalen Jones provided the final score with a 5-yard touchdown for BA with 1:48 to play. The Eagles defense held inside the final minute and McCallie turned the ball over on downs.

BA also used a strong kicking game from Teagen Lenderink, who connected on field goals of 40, 41 and 48 yards in the victory as the Eagles were held to under 50 yards rushing. Amir Anoor added 113 yards receiving, including a 12-yard TD in the first and Kaleb Lyons tacked on rushing score in the second half. 

BA improved to 3-0 overall heading into next week’s visit from Clearwater Academy International of Florida.

Other Results

Shelbyville Central 29, Page 13

Fairview 44, Cheatham County 6

Christ Presbyterian Academy 42, Bartlett 16 (Thursday)

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