FCS HOSTS E. ROBERTSON FRIDAY
And then there was one.
Friendship Christian is the only Wilson County prep football remaining alive in the TSSAA playoffs after Mt. Juliet and Watertown both bit the dust Friday, Nov. 6.
The 9-1 Commanders, beneficary of a bye along with their No. 2-seeding in their six team bracket, will host East Robertson Friday, Nov. 13 at Pirtle Field.
The Indians improved to 9-2 last week by blasting Watertown 46-0 at Barry Baker Memorial Field.
QB Logan Moody and wide receiver David Woodard hooked up for East Robertson’s first three scores -- pass plays of 53, 36 and 42 yards en route to a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter.
Watertown ended the season 7-4.
Mt. Juliet trailed 9-0 early, but kept fighting in a 19-14 home loss to defending 5A state champ Oakland Friday.
The Golden Bears, who started the season 9-0, closed out the 2009 campaign 9-2.
Oakland improved to 9-2 and will play at Cookeville Friday, Nov. 13. The Cavs ousted Franklin County 21-11.