Brentwood Academy’s first game against former coach Ralph Potter turned into a shootout in Week 10 as the Eagles beat McCallie 63-42.
The teams combined for more than 1,000 yards total offense on the night.
BA quarterback Max Staver completed 11-of-19 passes for 252 yards and five touchdowns as the Blue Tornado continually answered Eagle scores with a counter-punch of their own.
The Eagles (8-2, 6-1) trailed 14-17 in the first quarter before Jalen Ramsey scored on a 65-yard pass from Staver to even the score. BA opened the second with a 1-yard touchdown run by D’Montre Wade and a 65-yard catch by Brandon Taylor to take a 28-14 advantage.
McCallie (4-5, 3-4) answered with touchdown runs from Samir Usman and Alex Trotter to tie the score before Taylor put BA on top with a 17-yard catch to close the half.
Usman had 139 yards rushing and three touchdowns for McCallie while Trotter added 108 yards on seven carries.
Wade had 140 yards and three touchdowns for BA.
Battle Ground Academy stuck with Baylor for the first two quarters before eventually falling 27-12.
The Wildcats (4-6, 1-6) entered halftime tied with the Red Raiders (7-3, 4-3) 6-6 before Baylor’s George Potter scored two rushing touchdowns in the third quarter to widen the advantage.
Baylor led 6-0 in the second quarter on two field goals before BGA running back Keenan Bass found the end zone on a 36-yard run.
Brian Dangerfield caught a 17-yard pass from Tucker Beathard in the fourth to bring the score to 27-12. Dangerfield had four catches for 34 yards on the night.
Summit quarterback Dee Hunter hit a milestone for the Spartans in their 39-26 loss to Fairview. The junior became the first player in school history to eclipse the 1,000-yard rushing mark.
Hunter ran for 166 yards on 28 carries against the Yellow Jackets (7-3, 6-2), putting his season total at 1,066 – fifth best in Williamson County.
He opened the night with a touchdown for Summit (3-7, 2-6) – a 26-yard run – before Fairview took control of the contest.
The Yellow Jackets proceeded to 39 unanswered points through the third quarter with Julian Franklin running for 118 yards and three touchdowns on eight carries. Wide receiver Deondre Moore contributed with six catches and two scores.
Hunter had three touchdown runs in the fourth quarter to bring the final score to a 13-point margin.
Page (6-4, 6-2) will have to settle for a second place finish in District 12-AA following their 48-0 loss to Giles County (10-0, 8-0).
Bobcat quarterback Al Cobb completed 15-of-22 passes for 282 yards and three touchdowns while also running for 45 yards and a score.
Lucas Harrison was a main target for Cobb throughout the night, catching seven passes for 154 yards and two scores.