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Tuesday on the hardwood

Culleoka girls 48, Santa Fe 34

SF 9 4 9 12 34
C 13 6 10 19 48

Santa Fe (34) – Gracie Mills 7, Elisa Adkison 9, Emmy Bates 7, Aniston Slaughter 11
Culleoka (48) – Madison Ingram 7, Breanna Dickson 10, Hannah Collins 4, Tyler Reischman 6, Alex Skinner 12, Maci McKennon 7, Kylie Thomas 2
3-pointers – Santa Fe 5 (Slaughter 3, Bates 2),Culleoka 4 (Skinner 4)

Grace Chr. boys 53, Zion Chr. 42

G 16 11 14 12 53
Z 14 13 3 13 42

Grace Chr. (53) – Dean Bechman 23, Ashton Kelley 6, Will Beasley 10, Ben Caldwell 3, Jordan Carter 6, Jackson Sleeper 2, Trace Phillips 3
Zion Chr. (42) – Max Brown 7, Jackson Hughes 7, Hayden Headley 17, Wesley Riggins 7, Ethan Yates 4
3-pointers – Grace Chr. 7 (Bechman 4, Kelley 2, Caldwell), Zion Chr. 2 (Brown, Hughes)

Columbia Central boys 50, Shelbyville 58

C 24 8 16 12 60
S 14 12 16 11 58

Columbia Central (60) – Cam Johnson 14, Demetrius McCoy 2, Carter Szydlowski 4, Q Martin 7, Omari Franklin 5, Bubba Perkins 8, Jordan Davis 20
Shelbyville (58) – Jayson Jones 19, Daman Heath 5, Devyn Heath 17, Jailain Anderson 15, Kyler Trice 2
3-pointers – Columbia Central 10 (Johnson 4, Davis 3, Martin, Franklin, Perkins), Shelbyville 3 (Jones, Da. Heath, De. Heath)

Shelbyville girls 59, Columbia Central 54 (OT)

C 4 11 6 25 8 — 54
S 15 5 15 11 13 — 59

Columbia Central (54) — Saviya Morgan 4, Ryleigh Hamm 10, Janiyha Riley 11, Jenice Bailey 2, Emma Hughes 3, Josie Parks 24
Shelbyville (59) — Jaleigha Harris 14, Lilly Brown 14, Kelsey Harden 9, Paige Blackburn 12, Mikyla Lyons 2, Kendall Dearing 8
3-pointers — Columbia Central 11 (Hamm 3, Hughes, Parks 7), Shelbyville 4 (Blackburn 2, Dearing 2)

Perry Co. boys 58, Wayne Co. 44

W 10 12 7 15 44
P 15 12 16 15 58

Wayne Co. (44) – Clay Baugus 12, Ethan Camfield 3, Tyler Moser 16, Landyn Prater 11, Jesse Dixon 2
Perry Co. (58) – Jackson Tatum 14, Lachlan Matthews 12, Tyler Dudley 16, Linden Brown 5, Cody Burney 6, Jeremiah Donaldson 5
3-pointers – Wayne Co. 3 (Prater 3), Perry Co. 5 (Matthews 2, Dudley 2, Burney)

Ravenwood boys 60, Independence 47 

I 10 6 16 15 – 47
R 16 12 14 18 – 60

Independence (47) – Jett Montgomery 19, Cameron Bell 10, River Katina 8, Sam Womack 7, Owen Ries 3
Ravenwood (60) – Nick Dang 16, Noah Clifford 15, Ben Bonga 9, Jake Mulder 8, Matt Williams 7, Andrew Lamuno 3, Myles Pollard 2
3-pointers – Independence 5 (Montgomery 3, Womack, Ries), Ravenwood 3 (Dang 2, Clifford)

Ravenwood girls 60, Independence 28

I 2 9 5 12 – 28
R 19 15 15 11 – 60

Independence (28) – Ryan Brown 6, Jayla Miller 5, Leah Oubre 5, Chaise Bethmann 5, Cristy Martinez 5, Evy Nichols 2
Ravenwood (60) – Reghan Grimes 30, Mary Prestegaard 11, Natalie Prestegaard 6, Elizabeth Flynn 4, Rachel Hillman 3, Ava Lavigne 3, Ramer 3.
3-pointers – Independence 1 (Oubre), Ravenwood 6 (Grimes 2, N. Prestegaard, Hillman, Lavigne, Ramer)

Weekend on the hardwood

Friday

Spring Hill girls 58, Franklin 50

S 21 18 4 15 58
F 10 13 18 9 50

Spring Hill (58) – Kat Carter 6, Cole Alderson 4, Prairie Stedman 12, Belle Brashear 7, Sierra Stedman 24, Jayce Brashear 5
Franklin (50) – Jean Costello 3, Brenna Swiger 6, Layla Gardner 8, Kate O’Neil 28, Regina Hammond 5
3-pointers – Spring Hill 6 (S. Stedman 3, P. Stedman, B. Brashear, J. Brashear), Franklin 6 (O’Neil 3, Costello, Gardner, Hammond)

Franklin boys 69, Spring Hill 37

S 4 11 7 15 — 37
F 28 10 10 21 — 69

Spring Hill (37) — Jayden Davis 4, Brytten Georges 6, Quintaveous Simmons 10, Kai’Seanne Brashear 15, Blake Smith 2
Franklin (69) — Taylor Spierto 2, Tom Fortner 11, Nick Magee 2, Reed Kemp 14, Aiden Smylie 13, Connor Beavon 5, Myers Tschintz 2, Davis Long 10, Matt Thurman 4, Mason Jones 6
3-pointers — Spring Hill 4 (Georges 2, Simmons 2), Franklin 8 (Fortner 2, Kemp 2, Smylie, Beavon, Long 2)

Saturday

Hampshire girls 43, Wayne Co. 40

W 10 17 4 9 40
H 10 17 2 14 43

Wayne Co. (40) – Savanna McClain 11, Charli Woodside 3, Jac Keaton 4, Lauren Bryant 11, Michaela Gallian 11
Hampshire (43) – Katie Shelton 3, Hailey Potts 5, Kortney Rowland 9, Ansley Stoner 2, Kayla Stephens 6, Kadence Stoner 3, Madison Cagle 2, Karlee Rowland 13
3-pointers – Wayne Co. 3 (McClain, Woodside, Bryant), Hampshire 4 (Stephens 2, Potts, Shelton)

Westmoreland girls 40, Summit 33

S 11 4 12 6 33
W 14 9 10 7 40

Summit (33) – Delaney Noe 17, Cydney Wright 4, Ellie Colson 7, Nicole Rizane 5
Westmoreland (40) – Mallory Cassety 5, Jordan Bandy 4, Reagan Hodge 6, Bayleigh Norman 4, Emma Write 4, Alana Eakle 17
3-pointers – Summit 4 (Noe 3, Rizane), Westmoreland 4 (Cassety, Hodge, Eakle 2)

Summertown boys 66, Mt. Pleasant 47

S 16 20 16 14 — 66
M 13 9 18 7 — 47

Summertown (66) — Skyler Trousdale 10, Grayson Burleson 14, Gavin Burleson 18, Grant Burleson 4, Kaden Trotter 4, Jake Smith 12, Zane Akins 4
Mt. Pleasant (47) — Keevan Cooper 3, Kentra Frierson 14, Tip Marlow 9, Chris Andrews 9, Chandler Hughes 8, Hardin Hughes 2, Kyler Baker 2
3-pointers — Summertown 11 (Trousdale, Gy. Burleson 2, Gv. Burleson 4, Gt. Burleson, Trotter, Smith 2), Mt. Pleasant 2 (Frierson 2)

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Girls box scores

Tullahoma 71, Summit 54

S 10 9 15 20 54
T 18 13 20 20 71

Summit (54) – Myah Kratzig 1, Delaney Noe 13, Bergen Allee 3, EK Bratton 3, Claudette Runk 5, Cydney Wright 10, Ellie Colson 12, Jaidyn Ramzy 5, Nicole Rizane 2
Tullahoma (71) – McKenna Buckner 14, Liv Bowen 5, Eleanor Fults 2, Kailyn Farrell 21, Lucy Nutt 24, Az’ja White 3, Lily Melton 2
3-pointers – Summit 3 ( Noe, Allee, Bratton), Tullahoma 5 ( Buckner 2, Bowen, Farrell, White) 

Richland 65, Culleoka 36

C 13 6 12 5 36
R 16 21 13 15 65

Culleoka (36) – Madison Ingram 3, Breanna Dickson 8, Hannah Collins 7, Tyler Reischman 5, Alex Skinner 6, Maci McKennon 7
Richland (65) – Gracie Braden 4, Katie Garner 4, Jesse Jennings 21, Kristen Garner 9, Allie Garner 8, AC Hewitt 3, Shelby Higgins 12, Ava Shrader 4
3-pointers – Culleoka 5 (Skinner 2, Ingram, Reischman, McKennon), Richland 9 (Higgins 4, Kr. Garner 3, Jennings, Hewitt)

Hampshire 66, Santa Fe 45

H 11 18 21 16 66
SF 7 12 10 16 45

Hampshire (66) – Hailey Potts 3, Adi Runyon 4, Kortney Rowland 9, Ansley Stoner 3, Kayla Stephens 18, Kadence Stoner 7, Mary Mays 2, Karlee Rowland 20
Santa Fe (45) – Gracie Mills 7, Elise Adkison 6, Emmy Bates 16, Aniston Slaughter 3, Hattie Hedrick 4, Emily Hopkins 3, Lexie McEwen 3, Jade Arnold 3
3-pointers – Hampshire 5 (Stephens 2, Stoner, Potts, Ka. Rowland), Santa Fe 8 (Bates 4, Slaughter, Hopkins, McEwen, Arnold)

Summertown 75, Wayne Co. 32

S 2814 23 10 75
W 13 7 6 6 32

Summertown (75) – Kaley Campbell 22, Hailey Jones 16, Rylee Long 9, Ansley Burleson 7, Carlee Emerson 5, Katie Burdette 4, Karlie Campbell 4, Emily Brazier 3, Jenna Brazier 2, Braley Burleson 2, Reese Wilson 1
Wayne Co. (32) – Michaela Gallion 9, Savanna McClain 7, Lauren Bryant 7, Charli Woodside 3, Jac Keaton 3, Bailey Kilburn 2, Kylee Brewer 1
3-pointers – Summertown 7 (Kal. Campbell 3, Long 2, A. Burleson, Emerson), Wayne County 2 (Woodside, Bryant)

Columbia Acad. 53, Battle Ground Acad. 47 (OT)

C 9 10 14 12 8 — 53
B 13 13 10 9 2 — 47

Columbia Acad. (53) — Jaelyn Hickerson 4, Isabelle Dees 4, Averi Slaughter 13, Madi Lewis 23, Karli Quillin 4
Battle Ground Acad. (47) — Naomi Nelson 3, Grace Semptimphelter 15, Kearstyn Seay 11, Phoebe Proctor 18
3-pointers — Columbia Acad. 8 (Hickerson, Slaughter 3, Lewis 4), Battle Ground Acad. 4 (Semptimphelter, Seay 2, Proctor)

Boys box scores

Summertown 72, Wayne Co. 49

S 15 18 19 20 72
W 6 15 17 11 49

Summertown (72) – Skyler Trousdale 18, Jake Smith 3, Grayson Burleson 15, Gavin Burleson 15, Grant Burleson 12, Javen Edmiston 1, Kaden Trotter 8
Wayne Co. (49) – Clay Baughs 13, Preston Stegall 2, Eli McClain 7, Ethan Camfield 2, Tyler Moser 7, Landon Prater 15, Jesse Dixon 3
3-pointers – Summertown 6 (Grayson Burleson 2, Grant Burleson 2, Ga. Burleson, Smith), Wayne County 3 (Prater 2, Baughs)

Santa Fe 47, Hampshire 29

SF 12 19 5 11 47
H 5 2 10 12 29

Santa Fe (47) – Colton Steward 2, Weston McClanahan 2 Will Monhollen 1, Logan Wilkins 1, Andy Slaughter 25, Landon Evans 2, Auden Slaughter 9, Bowman Ruch 2, Evan Mote 1, Garrison Mills 2
Hampshire (29) – Ethan Bowden 7, Errette Delk 2, Blake Morrow 3, Cameryn Bass 9, Kendall Morton 3, Payden Seaman 5
3-pointers – Santa Fe 5 (Slaughter 5), Hampshire 1 (Bowden)

Richland 75, Culleoka 47

C 16 12 8 11 47
R 15 14 27 19 75

Culleoka (47) – Tavon Bagsby 5, Landon Andrews 8, Erik Mick 7, Cooper Parks 6, Hunter Harris 4, Chris Hutcherson 6, Ranger Graham 4, Blake Delk 3, Colby Mitchell 4
Richland (75) – Tyrell Randolph 18, Logan Helton 9, Daniel Nicholson 11, Trey Luna 25, Stevie Ballinger 2, Jace Derryberry 5, Kolton Hood 1, Gage Kirk 2, Luke Jones 2
3-pointers – Culleoka 4 (Andrews 2, Bagsby, Mick), Richland 9 (Luna 4, Helton 2, Randolph, Nicholson, Derryberry)

Tullahoma 59, Columbia Central 57

C 13 17 12 15 57
T 14 12 14 19 59

Columbia Central (57) – Cam Johnson 14, Demetrius McCoy 2, Q Martin 17, Omari Franklin 8, Bubba Perkins 6, Roni Bailey 5, Jordan Davis 5
Tullahoma (59) – Jakobe Thomas 10, Ethan Hargrove 3, Ryan Scott 9, Krys Uselton 12, KeiShawn Cummings 2, Joe Duncan 13, Brody Melton 10
3-pointers – Columbia Central 5 (Johnson 2, Franklin 2, Martin), Tullahoma 1 (Hargrove)

Summit boys 50, Page 45

P 9 5 10 21 – 45
S 16 6 14 14 – 50

Page (45) – Jaime Hernandez 13, Thomas Seaman 10, Ethan Overstreet 10, Pierce Bruehl 7, Andres Casella 3, Jake Dozier 2
Summit (50) – Destin Wade 20, Konata Werts 12, Caleb Jolley 8, Marcus White 4, Andrew Smith 2, Tre Hunter 2, Brady Pierce 2
3-pointers – Page 1 (Overstreet), Summit 2 (Wade 2)

Tuesday on the hardwood

Columbia Central girls 46, Forrest 39

F 6 6 5 22 — 39
C 8 6 14 18 – 46

Forrest (39) – Macyn Kirby 4, Meagen Mealer 3, Alex Davenport 5, Addison Bunty 3, Laura Mealer 20, Ryan Lewis 4

Columbia Central (46) – Saviya Morgan 2, Ryleigh Hamm 7, Karma Hunt 2, Janiyha Riley 11, Ava Sykes 2, Jenice Bailey 4, Josie Parks 18

3-pointers – Forrest 3 (M. Mealer, Davenport, L. Mealer), Columbia Central 4 (Hamm 2, Riley, Parks)

Summertown girls 58, Tullahoma 52

T 21 12 8 11 — 52
S 13 14 18 13 — 58

Tullahoma (52) — Lucy Nutt 18, Kailyn Ferrell 10, McKenna Buckner 8, Morgan Carr 6, Sierra Neese 6, Charleigh Scott 4

Summertown (58) — Hailey Jones 20, Rylee Long 12, Ansley Burleson 9, Katie Burdette 7, Jenna Brazier 4, Kaley Campbell 4, Reese Wilson 2

3-pointers — Tullahoma 6 (Nutt 3, Buckner 2, Neese), Summertown 5 (Jones 3, Long, Burleson)

Culleoka girls 55, Agathos Classical 9

C 20 6 19 10 – 55
A 3 3 1 2 – 9

Culleoka (55) — Breanna Dickson 10, Hannah Collins 5, Tyler Reischman 7, Maci McKennon 16, Alex Skinner 10, Karlie Jones 5, Emilee Rochester 2

Agathos Classical (9) — Quinn Jones 1, Isabella Cecil 5, Lauren Watson 3

3-pointers – Culleoka 3 (Collins, Skinner, Jones), Agathos Classical 1 (Cecil)

Rockvale girls 51, Summit 49

R 15 14 7 15 – 51
S 16 14 4 15 – 49

Rockvale (51) – Kamana Murray 10, Faith Anderson 9, Amani Sharif 10, Queena Lyons 3, Annabelle Marlin 10, Tonie Davis 9

Summit (49) – Delaney Noe 7, Claudette Runk 7, Cydney Wright 7, Ellie Colson 13, Jaidyn Ramzy 7, Nicole Rizane 8

3-pointers – Rockvale 2 (Sharif, Marlin), Summit 3 (Noe, Runk, Ramzy)

Nolensville boys 64, Summit 49

N 21 18 15 10 – 64
S 9 17 15 7 – 49

Nolensville (64) – Riley Byron 8, David Watkins 8, Ashton Smith 5, Max McAllister 12, Grady Powers 14, Vaughn Jaworski 17

Summit (49) – Bradley Stewart 8, Trey Payne 8, Jace Kirby 2, C.J. Jones 5, Derrick Smith 6, Marcus White 2, Alex Pollard 17

3-pointers – Nolensville 8 (Watkins, Smith, McAllister 4, Jaworski 2), Summit 4 (Pollard 4)

Richland girls 50, Cornersville 40

R 20 11 14 5 – 50
C 9 10 9 12 — 40

Richland (50) – Gracie Braden 10, Danica Bridgers 1, Jesse Jennings 18, Gracie Adams 2, Halle Braden 9, Harlee Rich 1, A.C. Hewitt 5, Ava Shrader 4

Cornersville (40) – Meri Hannah Walker 8, Lexie Warren 4, Gracie Turner 8, Jayli Childress 6, Abbie Woodard 9, Grayson Riner 2, Annabelle Mulliniks 3

3-pointers – Richland 5 (G. Braden, H. Braden 3, Hewitt), Cornersville 5 (Walker 2, Childress 2, Mulliniks)

Richland boys 56, Cornersville 24

R 16 25 12 3 – 56
C 9 0 6 9 – 24

Richland (56) – Tyrell Randolph 8, Daniel Nicholson 11, Trey Luna 11, Logan Helton 8, Stevie Ballinger 16, Kolton Hood 2

Cornersville (24) – Eli Welch 2, Michael Ashley 5, Kaden Allen 7, Khi Canty 1, J.C. Spray 2, Wallace Francis 5, Ben Franklin 2

3-pointers – Richland 5 (Randolph, Nicholson, Luna, Helton 2), Cornersville 2 (Ashley, Francis)

Fayetteville girls 47, Columbia Acad. 46

C 16 10 8 12 — 46
F 12 14 6 15 – 47

Columbia Acad. (46) – Isabelle Dees 9, Averi Slaughter 8, Madi Lewis 13, Karli Quillin 16

Fayetteville (47) – Elixis Humphrey 3, Isabella Martin 2, Amaria Thomison 2, Shaneka Nance 7, Zanaria Robinson 22, Gracie Hoagland 9, Hannah Litaker 2

3-pointers – Columbia Acad. 5 (Dees, Slaughter 2, Lewis, Quillin), Fayetteville 3 (Humphrey, Nance 2)

Columbia Acad. boys 64, Fayetteville 38

C 13 21 13 17 — 64
F 8 12 11 7 — 38

Columbia Acad. (64) – Tanner Ham 17, Chase Duncan 6, Hayden Morgan 5, Drew Butt 9, Will Jackson 3, Collins Malone 6, Andre McClellan 8, Griffin Cooper 8, Gavin Morgan 2

Fayetteville (38) – Camaurion Taylor 10, Brayden Hackett 10, Marquese Nance 5, Bryson Casey 7, Tyeus Layne 2, Teondre Love 4

3-pointers – Columbia Acad. 8 (Ham 4, Duncan 2, Butt, Jackson), Fayetteville 6 (Taylor 2, Hackett 2, Nance, Love)

Wayne Co. girls 57, Mt. Pleasant 18

WC 20 17 15 5 — 57
MP 0 8 6 4 — 18

Wayne Co. (57) — Savanna McClain 7, Charli Woodside 3, Lauren Bryant 5, Michaela Gallian 10, Cambree Camfield 10, Kelsey Carroll 6, Kenzie Griggs 3

Mt. Pleasant (18) — Kielee Bradley 6, Baleigh Gray 7, Addison Workman 2, Kiyanna Armstrong 3

3-pointers — Wayne Co. 4 (McClain, Woodside, Camfield, Griggs), Mt. Pleasant 1 (Bradley)

Mt. Pleasant boys 56, Wayne Co. 39

WC 14 6 14 5 — 39
MP 16 16 5 19 — 56

Wayne Co. (39) – Braxton Butler 5, Clay Baugus 8, Ethan Camfield 9, Tyler Moses 7, Austin Whitson 5, Landyn Prater 5

Mt. Pleasant (56) – Keevan Cooper 7, Kentra Frierson 24, Tip Marlow 13, Chris Andrews 1, Demarkus Brown 6, Chandler Hughes 3, Bennett Hughes 2

3-pointers – Wayne Co. 3 (Prater, Canfield 2), Mt. Pleasant 7 (Cooper, Frierson 4, Brown, C. Hughes)

Summertown soars behind strong defense, run game

By Chris Yow

SUMMERTOWN — Run the ball well; stop the run. 

That was the recipe for success for Summertown on Thursday night, as they cooked up a 26-6 win over Wayne County.

The Eagles were led offensively by Javen Edmiston, who ran 14 times for 112 yards and scored a pair of gutsy touchdowns on the ground. It was the Eagles’ defense, however, that set the tone early.

“Our defense has been really strong to start the season,” Eagles’ coach Les Mote said. “We’re led by Blake Bailey and Luke Chapman up front. Our linebackers are picking up a lot of slack, too.”

Summertown took the opening kick and drove the ball inside the Wildcats’ 10-yard-line before Colton Shaffer threw his first of two interceptions in the game. Wayne County was ready to take the momentum, but running back Hunter Staggs took the handoff and was met immediately by a host of Eagles and fumbled the ball, while Summertown scooped it up. 

Edmiston then carried the ball three consecutive times on the next drive, going for eight yards, then 15 yards. On the third carry in a row, he took the sweep around the left end and was wrapped up short of the goalline when he tossed a defender off his chest and dove into the end zone for the touchdown.

Summertown running back Javen Edmiston ran for 115 yards on 15 carries in his team’s 26-6 win over Wayne County. (Photo by Sarah Yow/SM-Tn Sports)

Both teams struggled with the turnover bug in the game, as Summertown forced a 3-and-out on Wayne County’s next possession, but fumbled it back to the Wildcats after picking up enough yards for a first down on 4th-and-2. The Eagles’ defense held strong, though, giving up two big plays on the ensuing drive, but forcing a turnover on downs at their own 26-yard-line. Aided by a personal foul due to foul language, the Eagles found themselves in positive territory when Shaffer hit a short pass to Gavin Robinson, who then took the catch for 42 yards. Shaffer then punched it in from the 1-yard-line to push the lead to 13-0. A pair of illegal procedure penalties and a premature snap by the long-snapper forced a missed extra point, but the Eagles weren’t done on offense just yet in the first half.

Once again the Eagles forced a quick 3-and-out by the Wildcat offense behind that stubborn front seven, led by senior Avery Johnson. On the first play of the next drive Shaffer dropped a dime to Edmiston from 23 yards out for a touchdown. A fumble on the 2-point try left the Eagles up 19-0 at the break.

Summertown forced five fumbles in the game, and recovered three of them. (Photo by Sarah Yow / SM-Tn Sports)

Summertown held Wayne County to minus-3 yards rushing in the first half.

“We did what we had to do,” Johnson said of his defensive front. “We expected the ground would be a little wet tonight, so we knew it was going to be up to us to make sure they didn’t  break any long runs.”

Despite a 19-point lead going into the break, Mote said his team has some work to do.

“Two weeks in a row we’ve left some points on the board in the first half,” he said. “We’re doing some things well, but we’ve got to clean some stuff up.”

Wayne County cut the lead to 19-6 in the third quarter with a 20-yard strike from quarterback Cade Crews to wide out Clay Baugus, but it was as close as the Wildcats would get. 

Edmiston punched in his second rushing touchdown of the night late in the fourth quarter, dragging defenders into the end zone. 

“I feel like Javen gets stronger as the night goes on,” Mote said. “All of our backs are really tough to tackle late in the game.They just start breaking tackles in the second half; they do a great job.”

Summertown looks ahead to a road game next Friday night at Collinwood, who lost 26-10 at Richland in Week 2.

Summertown 26, Wayne Co. 6
At Summertown

WC 0 0 6 0 6
S 7 12 0 7 26

Scoring Summary
First Quarter

S — Javen Edmiston 15 run (4:46); Austin Abbott kick

Second Quarter

S — Colton Shaffer 1 run (5:07); run failed
S — Edmiston 23 pass from Shaffer (2:58); run failed

Third Quarter

WC — Clay Baugus 20 pass from Cade Crews (7:24); run failed

Fourth Quarter

S — Edmiston 6 run (6:07); Abbott kick

Team Statistics

WC S

First downs 8 14

Rushes-yards 17-16 47-236

Passing yards 137 72

Comps-Atts-Ints 10-20-0 3-8-2

Penalties-yards 2-30 8-75

Fumbles-lost 5-3 2-2

Individual Statistics
Rushing

Wayne County — Logan Brewer 1-15, Julian Birchett 5-10, Timmy Robbins 5-3, Hunter Staggs 1-1, Cade Crews 4-(-18)

Summertown — Javen Edmiston 15-115, Aniken Johnson 18-62, Colton Shaffer 9-40, Lane Green 1-6, Stanton McNeal 1-4, Chris Higdon 3-(-4), Caden Dickey 3-(-5)

Passing

Wayne County — Cade Crews 10-20-1-0 137

Summertown — Colton Shaffer 3-9-1-2 72

Receiving

Wayne County — Clay Baugus 7-115, Julian Birchett 1-14, Eli McLain 1-8, Hunter Staggs 1-0
Summertown — Gavin Robinson 2-49, Javen Edmiston 1-23