In the 26th edition this century of Williamson County’s oldest high school football rivalry with a spot in the Class 6A state semifinals on the line, no one should have expected anything less than Brentwood’s 55-34 win over Franklin.
One hundred and twenty-two snaps; 11 touchdowns; 994 yards of total offense – 696 of that in the air and just seven total penalties. It was also a game of tremendous individual performances.
Brentwood’s Cade Granzow, who inked a national letter of intent to play baseball at Auburn earlier this week, threw for 231 yards and a pair of touchdowns and ran 12 times for 93 yards and five touchdowns. His seventh and last of the game, a 31-yard bullet to Aaron Walton with 5:48 to play was the 100th of his career.