Signal Mountain Defeats Tyner, 48-28

Saturday, August 31, 2013 - by special report to

Hunter Van Dyken rushed for two touchdowns and James McClellan ran 70 yards for another Friday night as Signal Mountain defeated Tyner Academy, 48-28, in a high school football game on Signal Mountain.

McClellan ran for 199 yards on 26 carries. He had 155 yards rushing in zero week in a loss to East Hamilton.


Tyner Academy……….………..…….……7 7 0 14 -- 28

Signal Mountain……….

.….…………..…14 14 14 7 -- 48


SM – Diamez Franklin 24 run (Houston McLain kick)

TY – Hasaan Miller 4 run (Kevin Corles kick)

SM – Hunter Van Dyken 18 run (McLain kick)

SM – John Ryan Wilson 30 pass from Jack Teter (McLain kick)

TY – Jarrett Watson 3 run (Corles kick)

SM – James McClellan 70 run (McLain kick)

SM – Chris Feemster 14 interception return (McLain kick)

SM – Van Dyken 24 run (McLain kick)

TY—Evan Greve 26 pass from Miller (Corles kick)

SM – Syke Wilson 2 run (McLain kick)

TY – Rodney Watson 57 pass from Miller (Corles kick)                 

                                                                                    TY                                SM


First downs                                                              15                               24

Rushing                                                                     138                             370

Passing                                                                      182                             81

Comp-Att-Int                                                           9-17-1                       3-6-0

Punts-Avg                                                                3-38                           2-36

Fumbles-Lost                                                          4-3                              4-3     

Penalties-Yards                                                       13-90                         12-105                                                                                 


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