Central Earns First Win In Overtime At Soddy-Daisy

Saturday, September 22, 2012 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

In overtime, Central’s Purple Pounders earned their first victory of the season on Friday night at Soddy-Daisy.

The Pounders won the game in the first overtime on a 10-yard pass from Jaylan Hobbs to Dominique Dawson.

Dawson also had touchdown passes of 50 yards to Kevin McKenzie and 20 yards to Sean Montgomery. McKenzie had a 3-yard touchdown run.

Soddy-Daisy forced overtime in the forth quarter on a 21-yard pass from Brett Standifer to Trae Carter and a conversion pass from Standifer to Carter.

Soddy-Daisy dropped to 2-3.

 

STATISTICS

Central…………..…….………………14 0 0 7 7 -- 28

Soddy-Daisy………....……..………0 7  6 8 0 -- 21

CE – Kevin McKenzie 50 pass from Dominique Dawson (Tareq Faleh kick)

CE – Sean Montgomery 20 pass from Dawson (Faleh kick)

SD – C.J. Blue 3 run (Luke Underwood kick)

SD – Brett Standifer 6 run (kick faield)

CE – McKenzie 3 run (Faleh kick)

SD – Trae Carter 21 pass from Standifer (Carter pass from Standifer)

CE – Jaylan Hobbs 10 pass from Dawson (Faleh kick)                                ______________________________

                       

                                                                                    CE                               SD

First downs                                                              12                               16

Rushing                                                                     242                             85

Passing                                                                      136                             234

Comp-Att-Int                                                           8-13-1                       18-31-1

Fumbles-Lost                                                          0-0                              1-1

Penalties-Yards                                                       6-45                           8-60

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)



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