McCallie Slaps Christian Brothers, 42-28, For DII-AAA Playoff Win

Friday, November 13, 2020

McCallie, the DII-AAA’s East Region number 3, travelled to Memphis Friday evening to take on Christian Brothers, the number 2 team out of the Division II-AAA west division. The trip was well-rewarded as the Blue Tornado posted a 42-28 win and a chance to move on to the state playoff semifinals where they will play Brentwood Academy on the road next Friday night.

 

Quarterback William Riddle posted a 10 for 17 night passing with three touchdowns and 173 yards with a single interception to lead McCallie. Jose Osa caught four of those passes for 143 yards and two TDs. B.J. Harris led the rushing attack with 107 yards on 14 carries.

 

The Tornado trailed only once in the first quarter when Christian Brothers took an early lead at 7-0 at the 4:57 mark of the opening stanza. McCallie poured on 35 straight points to lead 35-7 in the third quarter before their opponents scored again.

MCCALLIE                14    14    14       0 -- 42

CHRISTIAN BROS.      7      0       7     14  – 28

 

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

04:40  CBHS  Ashton Strother 4 yd run (M. Wieckowski kick)

01:53  MCC   Emile Bellerose 4 yd pass from William Riddle (Jack Conklin kick)

00:48  MCC   Michael may 46 yd punt return (Conklin kick)

Second Quarter

03;43  MCC   Kenzy Paul 25 yd pass from Riddle (Conklin kick)

02:13  MCC   Jose Osa 73 yd pass from Riddle (Conklin kick)

Third Quarter

09:34  MCC   Jose Osa 49 yd pass from Eric Rivers (Conklin kick)

03:40  CBHS  Trace Heffernan 14 yd pass from Strother (Wieckowski kick)

02:29  MCC   B.J. Harris 86 yd run (Conklin kick)

Fourth Quarter

05:05  CBHS  Willy Huffman 12 yd pass from Strother (Wieckowski kick)

00:52  CBHS  Ty Wilson 39 yd pass from Strother (Wieckowski kick)

 

MCC                                                         CBHS

13                           First downs                  23

169                         Rushing Yds               202

222                         Passing Yds               220

18-11-1                   Passing                   30-20-1

0-0                         Fumbles-Lost               0-0

4-39.0                    Punts-Avg.                4-39.8

7-108                     Penalties                   6-85

 

Individual Stats

Rushing (MCC) B.J. Harris 14-107, 1 TD; Damian Scott 3-20; Eric Rivers 2-20; Austin Breedlove 6-18. (CBHS) Dalian Hayden 2-119; Ty Wilson 1-53; Ashton Strother 8-30 1 TD.

Passing: (MCC) William Riddle 10-17-1 3 TDs; Eric Rivers 1-1-0 1 TD. (CBHS) Ashton Strother 20-30-1 3 TDs.

Receiving: (MCC) Jesse Osa 4-143 2 TDs; Kenzy Paul 3-43 1 TD; Michael May 1-20; Eric Rivers 1-8. (CBHS) Ty Wilson 5-76 1 TD; Trace Heffernan 4-32 1 TD: Dalian Hayden 3-38; Wily Huffman 2-22 1 TD.

 

 

 

 


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