Ferby Leads Ensworth Past McCallie 28-14

Friday, September 27, 2013

Ensworth's D'Andre Ferby rushed for 213 yards on 32 carries and scored three times to lead his team to a 28-14 win over McCallie. 

McCallie's JaVaughn Craig had 10 rushes for 63 yards and scored once.  Alex Trotter rushed for 60 yards on 10 carries.  Craig was 8 of 21 passing for 74 yards and threw one interception.

Ensworth had 305 total yards on the ground to McCallie's 189. 

 Scoring Summary:

McCallie 7 0 0 7 - 14

Ensworth 0 14 7 7 - 28

1st quarter

04:34 MC - JaVaughn Craig 2 yd run (Peter Phillips kick)

2nd quarter

11:50 ENS D'ANDRE FERBY 20 yd run (JAKE ESTES kick)

7:07 ENS JAKE ESTES 27 yd pass from PJ SETTLES (JAKE ESTES kick) 2:29, 

3rd quarter

7:46 ENS D'ANDRE FERBY 17 yd run (JAKE ESTES kick)

4thquarter

10:23 MC - CJ Fritz 14 yd run (Peter Phillips kick)

3:24 ENS - D'ANDRE FERBY 2 yd run (JAKE ESTES kick)


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