High School Football Roundup Week 2

0
414

Check those pacemakers, White House needs extra time to down Greenbrier 20-6

Extra action was needed before White House could slip past Greenbrier 20-6 in Tennessee high school football on August 27.

Defense ruled the third quarter as the Blue Devils and the Bobcats were both scoreless.

White House’s offense moved to a 14-6 lead over Greenbrier at the intermission.

White House drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over Greenbrier after the first quarter.

Lafayette Macon County edges Westmoreland in snug affair 14-6

Lafayette Macon County knocked off Westmoreland 14-6 at Westmoreland High on August 27 in Tennessee football action.

There was no room for doubt as the Tigers added to their advantage with a 7-6 margin in the closing period.

Both offenses were stymied without points on either side in the first and third quarters.

Lafayette Macon County registered a 7-0 advantage at intermission over Westmoreland.

Hendersonville nips Bowling Green South Warren in scare 27-20

The margin for error was so small it only piqued the anxiety, but Hendersonville didn’t mind, dispatching Bowling Green South Warren 27-20 on August 27 in Kentucky football.

It was tough sledding with defenses hanging tough for each side in a 27-20 final-quarter tie.

Hendersonville broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 20-13 lead over Bowling Green South Warren.

Unicorns and mermaids were more common than points in a futile second quarter that left the intermission gap at 13-7.

Bowling Green South Warren showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 13-7 advantage over Hendersonville as the first quarter ended.

Nerve-racking affair ends with Ooltewah East Hamilton on top of Portland 42-34

Ooltewah East Hamilton broke on top and refused to fold in holding off Portland 42-34 in a Tennessee high school football matchup on August 27.

The Hurricanes’ train of momentum chugged along the final-quarter tracks with a 21-13 points differential.

Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with Ooltewah East Hamilton and Portland locked in a 21-21 stalemate.

The Hurricanes kept a 21-14 halftime margin at the Panthers’ expense.

The Hurricanes drew first blood by forging a 14-7 margin over the Panthers after the first quarter.

No pain, no gain; Hendersonville Beech overcomes Paris Henry County 17-7

Hendersonville Beech tipped and eventually toppled Paris Henry County 17-7 on August 27 in Tennessee football.

Hendersonville Beech fended off Paris Henry County’s last-ditch effort in a frantic final period.

The Buccaneers’ force showed as they carried a 17-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

Hendersonville Beech’s offense jumped to a 14-0 lead over Paris Henry County at the intermission.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the first quarter, with no one scoring.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here