Friendship at BGA postponed
Friendship Christian and BGA will play Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in Franklin after lightening in the area forced postponement of Friday's scheduled contest.
The Commanders (0-1) are coming off a 37-29 home loss to Davidson Academy in the season-opener while BGA (1-0) downed Goodpasture 21-14 in Week One
Watertown 56, Davidson Acd. 24
WATERTOWN - Back in 1967, the Beatles had a big hit with a song entitled, "All You Need Is Love".
Fast-forward to 2016, and Watertown High put those lyrics into action as senior running back Ty Love rambled for 280 yards and five touchdowns on 24 carries to lead the Purple Tigers to a 56-24 win over Davidson Academy Friday at Robinson Stadium.
WHS led 14-0 after one quarter, 21-0 at intermission, the poured on the coal in the second half with five more scores.
Watertown's passing game was in gear as well as Seth Price completed 16-of-24 passes for 229 yards - including a 58 yard scoring strike to his brother Heath Price midway through the first quarter.
Now 2-0 on the season, WHS plays at Cascade Friday, Sept. 6.
Wilson Central 45, Station Camp 7
GLADEVILLE - Nursing a 14-0 first quarter lead over Station Camp, Wilson Central put the game out of reach with a 24-point second quarter in Friday's 45-7 home-opening win over the Bison at Wildcat Stadium.
Coach Brad Dedman's defense forced five Station Camp fumbles, recovering three, and intercepted a pass while holding their guests to 153 yards in total offense and just eight first downs.
QB Blake Meadors scored three touchdowns on runs of 12, 18 and three yards. He also completed 9-of-12 pass attempts for 159 yards, including a 25 yard TD pass to Devon High midway through the first quarter.
Tyler Bowes ran six times for 31 yards and scored a touchdown to lead the ground game.
WCHS will be back in action Friday, Sept. 2 at Antioch.
MJ Christian 53, Richland 28
MT. JULIET - Sophomore Darius Hylick ran for a school record with touchdowns - five in the first half - Friday night as Mt. Juliet Christian Academy rambled past Richland 53-28 at Suey Field.
A sophomore, Hylick finished with 371 yards on 28 carries, scoring on runs of 3, 1, 15, 38, 3, 74, 24 and 53 yards as the Saints improved to 2-0 on the season.
Hylick also caught a pass for 17 yards, giving him 388 yards from scrimmage.
With the win, MJCA improved to 2-0 on the season headed into a Friday, Sept. 2 home game with Knoxville Webb.
Here's a video link to Hylick's eight touchdowns. http://www.hudl.com/video/3/5524458/57c1bbe0dfe29954184c04c
Warren County, 31, Lebanon 7
McMINNVILLE - Robust tailback Raleigh Woods powered for 106 yards on 16 carries and scored a touchdown to help lead Warren County to 31-7 victory over Lebanon Friday.
The Pioneers (1-1) averaged over six yards per carry, piling up 227 yard rushing on 35 attempts. All told, WCHS racked up 352 yards in total offense and 13 first downs.
Lebanon managed just 186 yards on offense and struggled to overcome 12 penalties for 101 yards in their season opener.
Warren County led 17-0 at intermission and pulled ahead 31-0 before LHS scored with 32.6 seconds left in the game on a five-yard run by Tyrique Cooper.
A junior, Cooper led Lebanon with 96 yards on 14 carries. QB Chandler Crite was 42 yards on 15 attempts and Toby Adewale chipped in with 20 yards on three attempts.
Crite was 2-of-9 passing for just 17 yards, having to contend with a heavy Warren County rush.
The Blue Devils host McGavock Friday, Sept. 2 in their home-opener at Tribble Field / Watkins Stadium.