Ooltewah's 33-Point Second Quarter Crushes Stone Memorial

Owls Move On To Face Rival East Hamilton In Class 5A Second Round

Saturday, November 9, 2013 - by Special to Chattanoogan.com

Ooltewah’s District 5-AAA champion Owls scored 33 second-quarter points Friday night and crushed visiting Stone Memorial, 47-7, in the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association Class 5A football playoffs.

Omari Kendrick rushed for 130 yards and second-quarter touchdowns of 3 and 8 yards as the Owls improved to 9-2 on the season.

Ooltewah advanced to the second round where it will host district rival East Hamilton (9-2) next Friday at James N. Monroe Stadium. The two teams met on Sept. 20 and Ooltewah posted a 28-26 overtime victory over the Hurricanes.

The second-round showdown will kick off at 7 p.m. and admission is a TSSAA-mandated $8.

Rashaun Freeman caused a lot of damage with just one carry, bolting 83 yards for one of five Owls touchdowns in the second quarter to turn the game into a blowout.

Quarterback Brody Binder scored on a 3-yard run and Adrian Hall returned an interception 53 yards for the other score. Binder’s 6-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Turner with 4:01 left in the first quarter got the scoring parade started.

Ooltewah’s final touchdown came in the third quarter when Blake Smith caught a 14-yard pass from Demontes Earls, capping a 60-yard, 11-play drive with 6:08 on the clock.

Stone Memorial (6-5) averted a shutout when Nathaniel Clanton scored on a 2-yard run with 1:19 left in the game.

SUMMARY

Score by Quarters 

Score 

Stone Memorial High  

7 

Ooltewah Owls  

33 

47 

SCORING SUMMARY 

 STONE -OWLS  

1st 

04:01 

OWLS  

TURNER,Anthony 6 yd pass from BINDER,Brody (TOSER,Laslo kick) 


  

  

  

8 plays, 43 yards, TOP 2:02 

0 - 7 

2nd 

09:26 

OWLS  

KENDRICK,Omari 3 yd run (TOSER,Laslo kick failed) 


  

  

  

8 plays, 63 yards, TOP 1:44 

0 - 13 

 

08:01 

OWLS  

FREEMAN,Rashaun 83 yd run (TOSER,Laslo kick) 


  

  

  

1 play, 83 yards, TOP 0:15 

0 - 20 

 

05:49 

OWLS  

BINDER,Brody 3 yd run (TOSER,Laslo kick failed) 


  

  

  

7 plays, 60 yards, TOP 1:16 

0 - 26 

 

03:36 

OWLS  

KENDRICK,Omari 8 yd run (TOSER,Laslo kick) 


  

  

  

5 plays, 24 yards, TOP 1:22 

0 - 33 

 

00:42 

OWLS  

HALL,Adrian 53 yd interception return (TOSER,Laslo kick) 


  

  

  

 

0 - 40 

3rd 

06:08 

OWLS  

SMITH,Blake 14 yd pass from EARLS,Demontes (TOSER,Laslo kick) 


  

  

  

11 plays, 60 yards, TOP 5:47 

0 - 47 

4th 

01:19 

STONE  

CLANTON,Nathani 2 yd run (ROBINSON,Patric kick) 


  

  

  

6 plays, 50 yards, TOP 2:55 

7 - 47 

 

Team Totals 

STONE 

OWLS 

FIRST DOWNS 

11 

17 

   Rushing 

10 

10 

   Passing 

   Penalty 

NET YARDS RUSHING 

158 

272 

   Rushing Attempts 

42 

31 

   Average Per Rush 

3.8 

8.8 

   Rushing Touchdowns 

   Yards Gained Rushing 

161 

284 

   Yards Lost Rushing 

12 

NET YARDS PASSING 

15 

156 

   Completions-Attempts-Int 

3-11-1 

11-17-0 

   Average Per Attempt 

1.4 

9.2 

   Average Per Completion 

5.0 

14.2 

   Passing Touchdowns 

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 

173 

428 

   Total offense plays 

53 

48 

   Average Gain Per Play 

3.3 

8.9 

Fumbles: Number-Lost 

2-1 

2-1 

Penalties: Number-Yards 

1-5 

5-52 

PUNTS-YARDS 

5-176 

1-24 

   Average Yards Per Punt 

35.2 

24.0 

   Net Yards Per Punt 

30.2 

24.0 

   Inside 20 

   50+ Yards 

   Touchbacks 

   Fair catch 

KICKOFFS-YARDS 

1-20 

8-476 

   Average Yards Per Kickoff 

20.0 

59.5 

   Net Yards Per Kickoff 

20.0 

38.4 

   Touchbacks 

Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 

0-0-0 

4-25-0 

   Average Per Return 

0.0 

6.2 

Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 

2-49-0 

0-0-0 

   Average Per Return 

24.5 

0.0 

Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 

0-0-0 

1-53-1 

Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 

0-0-0 

0-0-0 

 

Stone Memorial High

  

Ooltewah Owls

RUSHING 

No. 

Gain 

Loss 

Net 

TD 

Lg 

Avg. 

JOHNSON,Justin  

20 

89 

89 

14 

4.4 

CLANTON,Nathani 

13 

51 

50 

10 

3.8 

SADULA,Keith  

17 

17 

3.4 

WATTENBARGER,Br 

1.0 

BARNETTE,Carlos 

-1 

-1.0 

Totals... 

42 

161 

158 

14 

3.8 

  








  








  

RUSHING 

No. 

Gain 

Loss 

Net 

TD 

Lg 

Avg. 

KENDRICK,Omari  

19 

130 

128 

23 

6.7 

FREEMAN,Rashaun 

83 

83 

83 

83.0 

17 

56 

53 

19 

7.6 

HAYES,Edward  

6.0 

BINDER,Brody  

3.0 

EARLS,Demontes  

-6 

-3.0 

SMITH,Blake  

0.0 

Totals... 

31 

284 

12 

272 

83 

8.8 

 



PASSING 

Cmp-Att-Int 

Yds 

TD 

Long 

Sack 

WATTENBARGER,Br 

3-11-1 

15 

10 

Totals... 

3-11-1 

15 

10 

  






  






  

PASSING 

Cmp-Att-Int 

Yds 

TD 

Long 

Sack 

BINDER,Brody  

9-15-0 

129 

38 

EARLS,Demontes  

1-1-0 

14 

14 

LEON,Kelvin  

1-1-0 

13 

13 

Totals... 

11-17-0 

156 

38 

 



RECEIVING 

No. 

Yds 

TD 

Lg 

CLANTON,Nathani 

10 

FRYE,Brian  

Totals... 

15 

10 

  





  





  





  





  





  

RECEIVING 

No. 

Yds 

TD 

Lg 

HAYES,Edward  

32 

22 

WILLIAMS,Mike  

39 

22 

CRAMER,Cody  

14 

BRADLEY,Hayden  

38 

38 

SMITH,Blake  

14 

14 

OLIVER,Payton  

13 

13 

TURNER,Anthony  

Totals... 

11 

156 

38 

 


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