Silverdale Blanks Bledsoe Co., 28-0

Seahawks are 9-0

Friday, October 25, 2013

Nathan Keylon threw two touchdown passes and Tanner Webb also had a scoring toss, while Josh Rogers and Matt Millard each had 100-yard rushing nights as Silverdale Baptist defeated Bledsoe Co., 28-0, Friday night in a non-district high school football game.

Keylon was 6 for 11 for 91 yards and one interception, connecting with Josh Rogers and Colton Rogers, while Webb and Josh Rogers teamed for a 30 yard scpring strike.

Matt Millard scored on a 26-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Millard rushed for 105 yards on 13 carries and the one touchdown ... Josh Rogers rushed for 100 yards on 16 carries and caught the two touchdown passes.

Next Week: Silverdale improves to 9-0 and plays at Boyd-Buchanan next Friday for the District 5-A championship.... Boyd has won the last four district titles ... Silverdale has never won a district title

Bledsoe (2-7) closes the season at Chattanooga Christian

Notes: Bledsoe Co. band director Frank Hudson celebrated his 50th birthday Friday ... Silverdale is in its seventh season of football .. 38-35 overall .. 19-2 the past two seasons ..

Outstanding Catch: 3rd down and 6 at Bledsoe 30 .. early second quarter, Colton Rogers makes a diving catch of a Nathan Keylon pass for 19 yards to the Bledsoe 11 and a key first down ... next play, Keylon connects with Josh Rogers on the right corner of the end zone for the first touchdown ... on th PAT attempt, it was a low snap and holder Tristan Huggins picked up the ball and dove into the end zone for the 2-pt conversion.

Silverdale 28, Bledsoe Co.0

 Bledsoe Co. 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 -- 0

Silverdale 0 - 15 - 0 -13 -- 28

 

contact B.B. Branton at william.branton@comcast.net



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