UTC Football Shootout: Byrnes (S.C.) Wins

Prep 7-on-7 at Finley, Baylor

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Byrnes (S.C.) High School defeated Bradley Central, three touchdowns to one, to win the second annual UTC's Chattanooga 7-on-7 Prep Football Shootout Saturday.at Finley Stadium.

Brynes (Blue) was 6-0 on the day, while Bradley (5-1) placed second for the second straight year, losing to Carrollton in 2012.

"I thought we played well to get to the finals with five wins," said Bradley coach Damon Floyd. "Playing a quality team such as Byrnes shows us that we have to play hard on every play."

Bradley's wins came against Byrnes (Red), Notre Dame and Carrollton in pool play, followed by Murray County in the quarterfinals and Cleveland in the semifinals.

Byrnes advanced to the finals with wins against Hazel Green (Ala.) in the quarters and defending champion Carrollton in the semis.

 

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

 

 

 


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