McCallie Falls To Father Ryan 31-7

Saturday, October 17, 2020

The Father Ryan football team came back from a 7-0 first quarter deficit to beat McCallie 31-7 on Friday.  

McCallie's B.J. Harris scored on a seven yard run in the first quarter but it was all Father Ryan from there. 

Harris finished with 28 carries and 137 yards. 

Father Ryan finished with 321 total yards to McCallie's 190.  Father Ryan rushed for 120 yards and passed for 201. 

Scoring Summary: 

1st quarter
10:21 MCC - B.J.

Harris 7 yd run (Jack Conklin kick), 5-68 1:39 7 - 0
05:24 FRHS - Bryshon Jackson 3 yd run (Zach Wesnofske kick), 11-62 4:50 7 - 7

2nd quarter
11:29 FRHS - Richard Bryant 12 yd pass from D.C. Tabscott (Zach Wesnofske kick), 9-61 4:06 7 - 14
00:15 FRHS - D.C. Tabscott 1 yd run (Zach Wesnofske kick), 7-77 1:06 7 - 21

4th quarter
11:05 FRHS - Zach Wesnofske 28 yd field goal, 13-54 6:27 7 - 24
09:09 FRHS - Josh Pfeifer 7 yd pass from D.C. Tabscott (Zach Wesnofske kick), 2-6 0:54 7 - 31



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