Summit High School got their first District 12-AA football win Friday night, defeating East Hickman 21-10.
The Spartans (2-3, 1-2) rallied from a 10-0 halftime deficit to score 21-unanswered point in the game’s final 24 minutes.
Quarterback Dee Hunter had a part of each of Summit’s three second-half scores. He got the team on the scoreboard in the third quarter with a 75-yard run to cut the East Hickman advantage to 10-7 before scoring from 2-yards out in the fourth to give Summit a 14-10 lead. Chase Austin’s 34-yard reception put the game out of reach later in the quarter.
Hunter finished the game 6-of-11 passing for 94 yards while rushing 17 times for 103 yards.
Independence won their third-consecutive game Friday, leaving Coffee County with a 42-6 win.
The Eagles (4-2, 1-1) scored in a variety of ways against Coffee County – finding the end zone via the pass, run, and special teams play.
Kenton Brown opened the game for Indy with a 17-yard touchdown catch from Vic Wharton. Wharton found the end zone himself later in the quarter on a 53-yard punt return.
Indy’s other quarterback, Chase Swayze, hit Brown for a 22-yard score in the second quarter before following with a 60-yard touchdown pass to Wharton later in the second.
Running back Jalen Wade put the Eagles up 35-0 in the second half on a 68-yard run before Coffee County scored on a 39-yard run to end the shutout.
Battle Ground Academy led two-time defending Division II-AA champion Ensworth 7-0 at halftime before the Tigers roared back for a 34-7 win.
Ensworth held true to their running game throughout, out-rushing the Wildcats 271 yards to 64. A big part of that came from senior running back Corn Elder, who carried 30 times for 196 yards and three scores.
BGA (4-2, 1-2) took a 7-0 lead in the second quarter on an 18-yard run by senior Keenan Bass.
Fairview earned another District 12-AA win in Week 5, beating Hickman County 24-0.
The Yellow Jackets (4-2, 3-1) led 10-0 at halftime thanks a 76-yard Deondre Moore touchdown catch from quarterback Jack Ramey, followed by a short field goal.
Running back Julian Franklin scored on a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter before Hunter Myatt made the play of the game – an interception returned 95-yards for a touchdown.
Moore continues to be the county’s leading receiver, as his four catches for 87 yards betters his season totals to 29 catches for 477 yards.
Ravenwood’s schedule did not lighten up in Week 5 as the Raptors fell to District 7-AAA power Siegel 42-0.
Stars quarterback Brent Stockstill showed why his start is rising, completing 14-of-25 passes for 204 yards and three touchdowns while also leading his team with 96 yards on the ground.
Ravenwood (0-6, 0-2) stuck close with the No. 2 ranked team in Class 6A early, hold holding Siegel scoreless through the first quarter before Stockstill connected with Dominique Gooch for a 35-yard touchdown in the second. From that point on, the flood gates opened in the second quarter as Denzel Harding scored on a 26-yard run, Tae Martin caught a 39-yard touchdown pass, and Stockstill ran to the end zone from 18-yards out to cap a 28-0 period for the Stars.