Summit runs away with win at Northwest

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From the opening kickoff, the Summit Spartans were off and running, as they put their Week 4 loss to Franklin and their Week 6 opponent behind them. Summit raced out to a five-touchdown lead in the first quarter, and cruised to a 42-0 road win over Clarksville Northwest on Friday.

Five different Spartans scored in the first quarter on three different types of scoring plays.

A first quarter touchdown run by Summit’s Tre Hunter (4) against Northwest . (Photo by Michael Brooks / Main Street Preps)

Destin Wade reeled off a 52-yard scamper on the opening drive, while Brady Pierce and Tre Hunter added rushing touchdowns of their own soon thereafter.

Following Hunter’s 8-yard touchdown run, the Spartans got a special play from its special teams when Zac Switzer took a Raul Mulgado punt 32 yards to pay dirt. On the ensuing drive, Konata Werts picked off Ethan Tackett and went 19 yards for a score.

Summit’s Jakalean Cotton (28) runs for a touchdown against Northwest on Friday. (Photo by Michael Brooks / Main Street Preps)

Jakalean Cotton got in on the action in the second quarter with an 8-yard run of his own, finishing off the Vikings for the visitors.

Summit ran just 27 plays in the game, but tallied 272 total yards, 251 on the ground in vintage Brian Coleman fashion.

Summit returns to action next week on the road at Page, beginning a four-week stretch of Region 5-5A opponents.

Summit 42, Clarksville Northwest 0
at Clarksville

S – 35 7 0 0 42
CN – 0 0 0 0 0

Team Statistics

First Downs 16 5
Rushes-Yards 23-251 28-18
Passing Yards 21 52
Com-Att-Int 2-4-0 4-8-1
Penalties-Yards 2-15 7-75
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1

Individual Statistics

Summit – Brandon King 3-59, Destin Wade 1-52, Zac Switzer 3-41, Logan Frazier 3-35, Brady Pierce 1-17, Jakalean Cotton 3-16, Nihal Kuna 1-15, Tre Hunter 2-12, Brady Hendrix 4-3, Connor Kasick 2-1
Clarksville Northwest – Matthe Balthrop 2-16, Jewuan Moffett 5-14, Dequavion Moore 3-10, Kison Rhodes 11-3, Lamauri Kincaid 1-0, Jabaree Hinton 1-(-1), Raymond Rodarte 2-(-2), Lloyd Montgomery 1-(-10), Ethan Tackett 2-(-12)


Summit – Destin Wade 2-4-0-0 21
Clarksville Northwest – Raymond Rodarte 3-3-0-0 46, Ethan Tackett 1-5-0-1 6


Summit – Brady Pierce 1-12, Brandon King 1-9
Clarksville Northwest – Bobby Demeyers 2-33, Malachi Miller 1-16, Team 1-3

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