State Football Championship Results/Stats

Oakland Defeats Brentwood For Class 6A Title

Sunday, December 6, 2020

TSSAA Football: State Championships
Tennessee Tech, Cookeville, Tenn.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6
DI-4A
    Elizabethton 41, Haywood 14
DI-2A
     Peabody 35, Meigs Co. 14
DI-6A
    Oakland 56, Brentwood 33

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4
DI-AAA
    Alcoa 35, Milan 0
DI-A
     Fayetteville 20, South Pittsburg 14
DI-AAAAA
     Summitt 28, Oak Ridge 7

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3
DII-AA

    CPA 35, Lipscomb Academy 28
DII-A
    Davidson Academy 53, USJ 35
DII-AAA
    McCallie 44, MUS 0

Game Summaries

Oakland 56, Brentwood 33
OAKLAND            28   14    7     7 -- 56
BRENTWOOD        6     6    6   15 -- 33

Scoring Summary

First Quarter
06:42  OAKL Jordan James 3 yard run (Michael Turk kick)
04:03  BRNT Aaron Walton 55 yard pas from Cade Granzow (Kick failed)  
03:39  OAKL James 81 yard run (Kick failed)
03:22  OAKL Antonio Patterson 31 yard run (Pass good to Bryson Dobbs)
00:31  OAKL James 4 yard run (Avery Rogers kick)

Second Quarter
08:47  BRNT Walton 11 yard pass from Granzow (Pass failed)
07:48  OAKL James 59 yard run (Rogers kick)
Oo:51  OAKL James 2 yard run (Rogers kick)

Third Quarter
04:31  BRNT Luke Walker 14 yard pass from Granzow (Pass failed)
00:14  OAKL James 5yard run (Rogers kick)

Fourth Quarter
04:51  OAKL Patterson 14 yard run (Rogers kick)
02:42  BRNT Walton 52 yard pass from Davis White (Pass by Merrill good)
00:58  BRNT Mac Hirschman 8 yard pass from White (Thomas day kick)

STATS
                                    OAKL               BRNT
FIRST DOWNS                21                     17
RUSHING YARDS          468                    55
PASSING YARDS             86                  310
PASSING                  10-16-1          25-41-2
TOTAL YARDS               554         365
PUNTS-AVG.             1-36.0            3-12.0
FUMBLES-LOST            1-1                  1-1
PENALTIES-YDS         5-45        6-33


Individual Stats

RUSHING

Oakland: Jordan James  23-226, 6 TDs; Antonio Patterson 18-175, 2TDs ; Ian Schlacter  3-56; Kobe Manning 1-7; Khalil James 1-3;; Brentwood: Luke Walters  5-19; Cade Granzow  6-39; Scott Collins 2-11; Davis White 2- -14. .

PASSING
Oakland: Ian Schlacter 10-16 for 86 yards; Brentwood: Cade Granzow 2-32 for 186 yards, 3 TDs; Davis White 5-9 for 124 yards, 2 TDs..

RECEIVING
Oakland: Antonio Patterson  4-18; Jordan James 1-26; Isaiah Horton  2=8; Bryson dobbs 1-24; Cassius Thorpe 1-8; Ian Schlacter 1-2; Brentwood: Luke Walters  8-43, 1 TD; Scott Collins  3-22; Aaron Walton  6-164, 3 TDs; Walker Merrill 5-73; Mac Hirschman 1-8, 1 TD.

Most Outstanding Player: Jordan James, Oakland (226 yds rushing, 26 yds receiving, 6 TDs)
Records: Oakland 15-0, Brentwood 11-4

 

Peabody 35, Meigs Co. 13
MEIGS CO.     0       0    7   6 -- 13
PEABODY       7    14    7   7 -- 35

Scoring Summary

First Quarter
05:19  PEAB Drequan Vaughn 11 yard run (Isaiah Hicks kick)

Second Quarter
10:16  PEAB Vaughn 1 yard run (Hicks kick)
00:08  PEAB Vaughn 4 yard run (Hicks kick)

Third Quarter
06:57  PEAB C. vandiver 22 yard interception return  (Hicks kick)
01:21  MEIG Will Meadows 1 yard run (Dillon Brown kick)

Fourth Quarter
10:53  MEIG Logan carroll 1 yard run (Kick fail)
01:56  PEAB S. Driggers 3 yard run (Hicks kick)

STATS
                                    MC                  PEA
FIRST DOWNS            12                     14
RUSHING YARDS      172                   212
PASSING YARDS         43                     43
PASSING                5-15-1               7-12-0
TOTAL YARDS            215                   255
PUNTS-AVG.           5-32.0              4-40.0
FUMBLES-LOST          0-0                   1-1
PENALTIES-YDS        9-69                 8-41


Individual Stats

RUSHING

Meigs Co.: Logan Carroll 18-85, 1 TD; Will Meadows 24-79, 1 TD; Ben Smith 1-8; Peabody: Khalik Ganaway 21-99; Drequan Vaughn 17-90, 3 TD; S. Driggers 3-23, 1 TD. 

PASSING
Meigs Co.: Logan Carroll 5-15-1 for 43 yards, 1 TD; Peabody: S. Driggers 7-12-0 for 43 yards.

RECEIVING
Meigs Co.: Will Meadows 4-27; C. Huckabey 1-16;; Peabody: Malik Ganaway 5-32; Demarkus Kee 1-7; Khalik Ganaway 1-4.

Most Outstanding Player: Drequan Vaughn, Peabody
Records: Peabody 14-0, Meigs Co. 13-1

 

Elizabethton 41, Haywood 14
ELIZABETHTON    21    7   13   0  –   41
HAYWOOD               0   7      0   7 --   14

Scoring Summary

First Quarter
10;49  ELIZ Parker Hughes 53 yard run (Sean Smithdeal kick)
08:33  ELIZ Jake Roberts 70 yard pass from Bryson Rollins (Smithdeal kick)
02:14  ELIZ Bryson 2 yard run (Smithdeal kick)

Second Quarter
08:28  HAY Kylan Newbern 8 yard run (Russell Reid kick)
00:10  ELIZ Hughes 15 yard pass from Rollins (Smithdeal kick)

Third Quarter
04:51  ELIZ Jake Roberts 52 yard fumble return (Smithdeal kick)
04:41  ELIZ Roberts 21 yard interception return (Kick blocked)

Fourth Quarter
06:47  HAY J. Taylor 9 yard run (Reid kick)

STATS
                                     ELIZ                HAY
FIRST DOWNS               16                   16
RUSHING YARDS         173                 190
PASSING YARDS          172                104
PASSING                   9-13-0          10-16-3
TOTAL YARDS               345                294
PUNTS-AVG.             2-24.0            2-24.0
FUMBLES-LOST            1-1                  1-1
PENALTIES-YDS         5-25                9-80


Individual Stats

RUSHING

Elizabethton:Parker Hughes  8-66, 1 TD; Cade Russell  14-76; Bryson Rollins 12-18, 1 TD ; Nate Stephens  6-13; Haywood: Atlex Evans  12-48; J. Taylor 15-76, 1 TD; Kylan Newbern  12-53, 1 TD. Jadian Stewart 2-10 ; Jaylen Lewis 1-3  .

PASSING
Elizabethton: Bryson Rollins 9-13-0 for 172 yards, 2 TDs ; Haywood: Kylan Newbern  10-16-3 for 104 yards.

RECEIVING
Elizabethton:.Parker Hughes 5-75, 1 TD; Jake Roberts 2-79, 1 TD; Cade Russell 1-9; Braden Holly 1-9; Haywood: Jadian Stewart  5-32; Marquis Mays 3-63; J. Taylor 1-8; Jaylen Lewis 1-1.

Most Outstanding Player:  Jake Roberts, Elizabethton
Records: Elizabethton 15-0, Haywood 10-4

Summitt 28, Oak Ridge 7
OAK RIDGE       0    7   7   0  –    7
SUMMITT         14    7   0   7 --  28


Scoring Summary
First Quarter
07:57  SUM Destin Wade 2 yard run (Ryan Crane kick)
04:27  SUM Brady Pierce 18 yard pass from Destin Wade (Crane kick)

Second Quarter
05:48  SUM Wade 3 yard run (Crane kick)
01:26  OAK  B. Heyward 2 yard pass from M. Gibbns (Tyler Dunham kick)

Fourth Quarter
11:01  SUM Pierce 29 yard pass interception (Crane kick)

STATS
                                     OR                SUM
FIRST DOWNS               9                   14
RUSHING YARDS         24                169
PASSING YARDS        121                135
PASSING               15-34-1           7-10-0
TOTAL YARDS             145                304
PUNTS-AVG.           4-28.8            4-28.8
FUMBLES-LOST          0-0                 3-1
PENALTIES-YDS        9-64           16-119


Individual Stats

RUSHING

Oak Ridge:K. Jackson 14-43; Preston Turner 1-0; M. Gibbons 6- -19; Summitt: Destin Wade 14-93, 2 TDs; Brandon King 13-61; Brady Pierce 3-24; John Dippold 7- -3; Zack Switzer 1- -5; TEAM 1- -1.

PASSING
Oak Ridge: M. Gibbons 15-34-1 for 121 yards, 1 TD; Summitt: Destin Wade 7-10-0 for 135 yards, 1 TD.
 
RECEIVING
Oak Ridge: Jaylen Heyward 5-38; B. heyward 4-26, 1 TD; Preston Turner 3-24; J. Stewart 1-25; Jubrice Taylor 1-5; Summitt: Brady Pierce 3-88, 1 TD; Brandon King 3-33; Caleb Jolley 1-14.

Most Outstanding Player:  Destin Wade, Summitt
Records: Summitt 14-1, Oak Ridge 

 

Fayetteville 20, South Pittsburg 14
SOUTH PITTSBURG       7   0   7   0  – 14
FAYETTEVILLE              0  14   0   7 --  20

Scoring Summary
First Quarter
00:52  SP Deandre Kelly 3 yard run (Cooper Keown kick)

Second Quarter
09:45  FA Calvin Hughes 6 yard pass from Sam Holdmeyer (Pass to Andre Allen good))
00:55  FA KJ Jackson 3 yard run (Pass failed)

Third Quarter
00:05  SP Braden Sanders 1 yard run (Keown kick)

Fourth Quarter
O3:08  FA Jackson 29 yard run (Run failed)

STATS

                                      SP                FAY
FIRST DOWNS             17                   14
RUSHING YARDS      167                  274
PASSING YARDS         89                    42
PASSING                8-14-1                6-8-1
TOTAL YARDS            256                  316
PUNTS-AVG.           3-37.7              4-28.3
FUMBLES-LOST         0-0                    0-1
PENALTIES-YDS      4-36              10-102


Individual Stats

RUSHING
South Pittsburg: Hunter Frame 23-94; Deandre Kelley 13-62, 1 TD; Braden Sanders 4-11, 1 TD; Fayetteville: KJ Jackson 30-210, 2 TDs; A. Johnson 5-34; Jaterious Derrick 3-32; Sam Holdmeyer 1- -2.

PASSING
South Pittsburg: Braden Sanders 8-13 for 89 yards, 1 TD; Fayetteville: Sam Holdmeyer 6-8-1 for 42 yards, 1 TD.
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RECEIVING
South Pittsburg: R. Hunter 5-63; Jackson Lewis 2-19; Coby Cooper 1-7; Fayetteville: Corian Cash 2-19; Calvin Hughes 2-8, 1 TD.

Most Outstanding Player: Kenardo "KJ" Jackson, Fayetteville
Records: Fayetteville 13-2, South Pittsburg 13-2


Alcoa 35, Milan 0
ALCOA    13   7   7   8 -- 35
MILAN       0   0   0   0  –   0

Scoring Summary
First Quarter
06:41  ALCOA Ahmaud Sankey 2 yard run (kick failed)
02:27  ALCOA Sankey 1 yard run (Jett Foley kick)

Second Quarter
11:53  ALCOA T. Sudderth 41 yard pass from Caden Buckles (Foley kick)

Third Quarter
O0:52  ALCOA B. Anderson 19 yard pass from Buckles (Foley kick)

Fourth Quarter
02:52  ALCOA Camden Burden 31 yard run (Buckles run)

STATS

                                     ALCOA                MILAN
FIRST DOWNS                    21                          4   
RUSHING YARDS             178                         52
PASSING YARDS              288                        33
PASSING                     19-26-0                    1-8-2
TOTAL YARDS                   466                        85
PUNTS-AVG.                 3-37.0                  6-35.5
FUMBLES-LOST                2-1                       1-1
PENALTIES-YDS              5-50                     2-19


Individual Stats

RUSHING
Alcoa: Ahmaud Sankey 12-78, 2 TDs; Caden Buckles 13-62; Camden Burden 2-32, 1 TD; Ronald Jackson 1-10; Jordan Harris 2-6; Elijah Cannon 1- -2; Zane Bonham 1- -8; Milan: G. Easley 11-38; Anthony brown 6-19; O. Williamson 1-1; H. Sullivan 10- -6.

PASSING
Alcoa: Caden Buckles 19-24-0 for 288 yards, 2 TDs; Camden Burden 0-1-0; TEAM 0-1-0; Milan: H. Sullivan 1-8-2 for 33 yards.

RECEIVING
Alcoa: B. Anderson 7-138, 2 TDs; T. Sudderth 3-53, 1 TD; Landon Ford 3-16; Ahmaud sankey 2-31; Ronald Jackson 2-25; Camden Burden 2-25. Milan: Isaiah Pearson 1-33.

Most Outstanding Player: Caden Buckles, Alcoa
Records: Alcoa 14-1, Milan 11-2 


CPA 35, Lipscomb Academy28
LIPSCOMB   0    7   14   7 -- 28
CPA              7  14      7   7 – 35


Scoring Summary
First Quarter
06:54  CPA L. Patterson 4 yard run (Mac Selbert kick)

Second Quarter
11:32  LIPS Daniel green 8 yard pass from Kaleb Beasley (Ryan Young kick)
06:50  CPA L. Patterson 3 yard run (Selbert kick)
00:53  CPA L. Patterson 1 yard run (Selbert kick)

Third Quarter
10:36  LIPS Alex Broome 4 yard run (Young kick)
05:04  CPA Cade law 1 yard run (Selbert kick)
04:27  LIPS Broome 2 yard run (Young kick)

Fourth Quarter
09:49  LIPS Broome 22 yard pass from Beasley (Young kick)
02;31  CPA Cade Reynolds 3 yard pass from Law (Selbert kick)

STATS
                                      LIPSCOMB      CPA
FIRST DOWNS                           12          28
RUSHING YARDS                      53        424  
PASSING YARDS                     229          36
PASSING                            17-23-1     5-6-0
TOTAL YARDS                         282        460
PUNTS                                  3-41.0    2-24.0
FUMBLES-LOST                       0-0        1-1
PENALTIES                             8-59      8-76

Individual Stats

RUSHING
Lipscomb: Alex Broome 2-27, 2 TD; L. Richesson 4-26; CPA: L. Patterson 34-191, 3 TD; Cade Law 25-168, 1 TD; Tyler Reid 11-64; Will Hays 1-6; TEAM 1- -5.

PASSING
Lipscomb: L. Richesson 17-23-1 for 229 yards, 1 TD; CPA: Cade Law 5-6-0 for 36 yards, 1 TD.

RECEIVING
Lipscomb: Beau dawson 7-120; Alex Broome 4-23, 1 TD; Coleman baker 2-17; Daniel Green 2-15, 1TD; Justin Hughes 1-26; Willie Berris 1-8; CPA: Reid Williford 3-22; Anderson Kail 1-11; Cade Reynolds 1-3, 1 TD.

Most Outstanding Player: Cade Law, CPA

Davidson Academy 53, USJ 35
USJ                                   7  14      8     6 -- 35
DAVIDSON ACADEMY    0  19    20   14 –  53


Scoring Summary
First Quarter
10:09  USJ Steel Haynes 11 yard run (Ben Pledger kick)

Second Quarter
10:10  DA   Griffin Swinea 5 yard run (kick blocked)
06:52  USJ Tyke Tabor 33 yard pass from Andrew Smith (Pledger kick)
03:44  USJ Myles Mayo 6 yard run (Pledger kick)
02:44  DA   Swinea 38 yard run (kick failed)
00:06  DA   Julius Orr 28 yard pass from Jared Vetetoe (Cole Laird kick)

Third Quarter
06:36  DA   Swinea 8 yard run (Laird kick)
05:14  USJ Tabor 61 yard pass from Smith (Run by Haynes)
03:52  DA   Kelvi Rice 43 yard pass from Vetetoe (Laird kick)
00:58  DA   Swinea 1 yard run (Laird kick)

Fourth Quarter
10:44  DA   Rice 20 yard pass from Vetetoe (Laird kick)
07:37  DA   Vetetoe 5 yard run (Laird kick)
01:30  USJ Tabor 22 yard pass from Smith (pass fail)

STATS
 
                                        USJ                 DA 
FIRST DOWNS                 14                   23
RUSHING YARDS            87                 263  
PASSING YARDS           226                 182
PASSING                  16-30-1          14-19-0
TOTAL YARDS                313                445
PUNTS                        5-38.6            6-28.0
FUMBLES-LOST              5-3                2-1
PENALTIES                    9-76              9-51

Individual Stats

RUSHING
USJ: Steel Haynes 10-65, 1 TD; Myles Mayo 8-34, 1 TD; Andrew Smith 9- -7; TEAM 1- -5; Davidson: Griffin Swinea 26-284, 4 TDs; AJ Quinn 2-6; Julius Orr 1-3,Cole Laird 2 - -4; Jared Vetetoe 12- -13; TEAM 3- -13.

PASSING
USJ: Andrew Smith 16-30-1 for 226 yards, 3 TDs; Davidson: Jared Vetetoe 14-19-0 for 182 yards, 3 TDs.

RECEIVING
USJ: Tyke Tabor 6-140, 3 TDs; Steel Haynes 6-56; Raleigh Seals 2-24; Andrew Coy 1-5; Myles Mayo 1-1; Davidson: Kelvi Rice 6-94, 2 TDs; AJ Quinn 4-47; Julius Orr 1-28, 1 TD; Hunter Cruse 1-12; P. Oliphant 1-3.

Most Outstanding Player: Griffin Swinea, Davidson Academy

 



 

 


 










 


 







 


 


 













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