Hayes Fills In Admirably As Ooltewah Clips Bradley, 28-26, In 5-AAA

Replaces Injured Pittman In Lineup, Rushes for 98 Yards And Touchdown

Saturday, October 05, 2013 - by Special to Chattanoogan.com
Playing without star running back Desmond Pittman, Ool;tewah’s Edward Hayes filled in admirably on Friday night, rushing for 98 yards and a touchdown as the Owls edged Bradley Central, 28-26, in a District 5-AAA high school football game.

With the win Ooltewah improved to 6-1 overall and 3-0 in district play. Bradley Central fell to 4-2 and 1-1.

Hayes’ 4-yard touchdown run gave Ooltewah a 28-19 lead with 9:31 left in the fourth quarter, capping a one-play mini-drive.

Bradley Central took a 19-14 lead earlier in the quarter when quarterback Brett Staandifer hit Dee Crisp with a 7-yard touchdown strike. The same combination hooked up in the first quarter on a 7-yard scoring toss and Standifer ran 2 yards for a second-quarter touchdown.

Ooltewah pulled ahead when Will Frisbee recovered a Bradley fumble in the end zone for a touchdown with 6:17 remaining in the third.

After Hyaes’ score, the Bears pulled within two points when Logan Fetzer snagged Standifer’s 2-yard pass for a touchdown and Clayton Steeles kicked the extra point with 1:54 left in the game.

Hayes finished with 98 yards on 12 carries while standing in for Pittman, who suffered a first-half knee injury in the previous week’s win over Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett. Hayes averaged 8.2 yards per carry.

The Owls had 152 yards rushing in the game.

Quarterback Brody Binder completed 18 of 24 passes for 186 yards, including an 11-yard scoring toss to Mike Williams. Binder also ran 14 yards for a touchdown, capping an 87-yard, nine-play drive in the second quarter.

The Owls had 338 yards of total offense. The Bears finished with 290 total yards with Standifer completing 20 of 36 attempts for 250 yards and three touchdowns. The transfer from Soddy-Daisy also had 34 of the Bears’ 40 rushing yards.

Crisp caught 10 passes for 79 yards and two scores.

SUMMARY

 

Bradley Central  

26 

Ooltewah Owls  

28 

 

1st 

07:44 

BEARS  

CRISP,Dee 7 yd pass from STANDIFER,Brett (STEELES,Clayton kick) 

  

  

  

7 plays, 59 yards, TOP 2:30 

7 - 0 

 

04:47 

OWLS  

WILLIAMS,Mike 11 yd pass from BINDER,Brody (TOSER,Laslo kick) 


  

  

  

6 plays, 62 yards, TOP 2:51 

7 - 7 

2nd 

10:13 

OWLS  

BINDER,Brody 14 yd run (TOSER,Laslo kick) 


  

  

  

9 plays, 87 yards, TOP 2:45 

7 - 14 

 

06:06 

BEARS  

STANDIFER,Brett 2 yd run (STEELES,Clayton kick blockd) 


  

  

  

9 plays, 67 yards, TOP 3:58 

13 - 14 

3rd 

07:52 

BEARS  

CRISP,Dee 7 yd pass from STANDIFER,Brett (STANDIFER,Brett pass failed) 


  

  

  

9 plays, 64 yards, TOP 4:01 

19 - 14 

 

06:17 

OWLS  

FRISBEE,Will 0 yd fumble recovery (TOSER,Laslo kick) 


  

  

  

5 plays, 60 yards, TOP 1:27 

19 - 21 

4th 

09:31 

OWLS  

HAYES,Edward 4 yd run (TOSER,Laslo kick) 


  

  

  

1 play, 4 yards, TOP 0:05 

19 - 28 

 

01:54 

BEARS  

FETZNER,Logan 12 yd pass from STANDIFER,Brett (STEELES,Clayton kick) 


  

  

  

4 plays, 6 yards, TOP 0:42 

26 - 28 

 

Bradley Central Bear

  

Ooltewah Owls

RUSHING 

No. 

Gain 

Loss 

Net 

TD 

Lg 

Avg. 

STANDIFER,Brett 

19 

88 

34 

54 

14 

2.8 

FETZNER,Logan  

11 

1.4 

HAMILTON,Christ 

1.8 

TERRELL,Baylor  

0.0 

STEELES,Clayton 

12 

-12 

-12.0 

CRISP,Dee  

16 

-16 

-16.0 

Totals... 

31 

106 

66 

40 

14 

1.3 

  








  

RUSHING 

No. 

Gain 

Loss 

Net 

TD 

Lg 

Avg. 

HAYES,Edward  

12 

98 

98 

32 

8.2 

BYRD,Brandon  

10 

55 

55 

10 

5.5 

BINDER,Brody  

27 

12 

15 

14 

3.8 

KENDRICK,Amari  

11 

11 

5.5 

TEAM  

0.0 

SEALOR,Joey  

27 

-27 

-27.0 

FRISBEE,Will  

0.0 

Totals... 

30 

191 

39 

152 

32 

5.1 

 



PASSING 

Cmp-Att-Int 

Yds 

TD 

Long 

Sack 

STANDIFER,Brett 

20-36-1 

250 

39 

Totals... 

20-36-1 

250 

39 

  

PASSING 

Cmp-Att-Int 

Yds 

TD 

Long 

Sack 

BINDER,Brody  

18-24-0 

186 

37 

Totals... 

18-24-0 

186 

37 

 



RECEIVING 

No. 

Yds 

TD 

Lg 

CRISP,Dee  

10 

79 

21 

PICKEL,Cal  

64 

25 

TERRELL,Baylor  

37 

37 

CLARK,Daniel  

19 

11 

CARPENTER,Tyler 

39 

39 

FETZNER,Logan  

12 

12 

Totals... 

20 

250 

39 

  

RECEIVING 

No. 

Yds 

TD 

Lg 

HAYES,Edward  

58 

37 

BRADLEY,Hayden  

63 

29 

WILLIAMS,Mike  

28 

11 

TURNER,Anthony  

28 

28 

CRAMER,Cody  

Totals... 

18 

186 

37 

  





(E-mail Larry Fleming at larryfleming44@gmail.com)

 

 

 



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