McCallie Scampers by Blessed Trinity 56-6

Friday, September 23, 2016

McCallie scored 28 points in the first quarter Friday night and went on to a 56-6 win over visiting Blessed Trinity. 

McCallie rushed for 415 yards as Shawn Mccolley had three touchdown runs and finished with 196 yards on 16 carries.  Tyrik Stewart had four runs for 104 yards and one touchdown.  

McCallie will play host to long time rival Baylor next Friday.  

Scoring Summary: 

1st 10:23 MCCALLIE - Shawn Mccolley 9 yd run (Alec Earp kick), 3-41 0:55
07:31 MCCALLIE - Shawn Mccolley 2 yd run (Alec Earp kick), 7-68 1:29
04:45 MCCALLIE - Walker Fannon 19 yd pass from Robert Riddle (Alec Earp kick), 5-29 1:16
02:58 MCCALLIE - Tyrik Stewart 41 yd run (Alec Earp kick), 3-46 1:12

2nd 07:58 BTHS - Ryan Davis 5 yd pass from Jake Smith (Brooks Hosea kick failed), 3-11 1:17
05:57 MCCALLIE - Rico Dozier 9 yd pass from Robert Riddle (Alec Earp kick), 8-80 2:01
01:48 MCCALLIE - Shawn Mccolley 7 yd run (Alec Earp kick), 5-88 1:03

3rd 07:29 MCCALLIE - Robert Riddle 9 yd run (Alec Earp kick), 9-80 4:31
01:37 MCCALLIE - Hakim Mcmorris 36 yd pass from Deangelo Hardy (Alec Earp kick), 4-40 2:53

RUSHING: Blessed Trinity High-Steele Chambers 15-36; Jack Rudolph 8-32; Jake Smith 3-24; Elijah Green 5-15; Drew Nichols 4-7. McCallie Blue Tornado-Shawn McColley 16-196; Tyrik Stewart 4-104; Deangelo Hardy 4-60; Robert Riddle 5-35; Xavier Brooks 7-17; Ledarrius Mason 3-3; Kendall Watson 1-3; Team 1-minus 3.
 
PASSING: Blessed Trinity High-Jake Smith 10-23-2-132. McCallie Blue Tornado-Robert Riddle 7-9-0-87; Deangelo Hardy 1-1-0-36.
 
RECEIVING: Blessed Trinity High-Ryan Davis 5-45; H.Weltlich 2-38; Will Carlton 1-23; Colin Davis
1-17; Joe Anderson 1-9. McCallie Blue Tornad-Walker Fannon 3-51; Kendall Watson 2-25; Hakim Mcmorris 1-36; Rico Dozier 1-9; Jay Gibson 1-2.

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