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Football Friday Wrap-Up: Gordonsville Rises, Stone Memorial Falls

upper-cumberland-prep-logo-09-13-16Gordonsville got 184 yards rushing from Braxton Givens Friday night….and 3 touchdowns as Gordonsville beat Hollow Rock Bruceton 41-32. The Tigers stand 8-3…with a trip to Wayne County next Friday.

Jackson County got up eight on Meigs County in the first half Friday night. But Meigs County would score the next 43 points….ending the Blue Devils season with a 49-14 first round win. Jackson County got an 8-yard touchdown run from Tyler Boiling….and a 36-yarder from Colby Long. Long finished the game with 15 carries, 91 yards…3 catches for 37 yards. Jackson County finishes 8-3.

Spring Hill ended Stone Memorial’s season…a 28-8 Spring Hill win Friday night. The Panthers had been averaging 38.7 points per game and the Raiders allowed some 33 points per game. It was the first loss of the season for Stone Memorial.

Quarterback Cole Copeland returned from a shoulder injury and put his Bradley Central Bears on his back….beating Cookeville 29-25. Copeland finished 30-37 for 411 yards, the third biggest day in school history. Cookeville’s fourth down pass with 2:13 remaining….tipped…to end the Cavaliers season at 6-5.

Red Bank scored 28 2nd quarter points to put away Upperman Friday night 54-13. Upperman took back a tipped pass 59 yards for a touchdown to end the first quarter with a 13-10 lead. But Red Bank’s Calvin Johnson and Zay Brown combined for 300 rushing yards in the first half to blow the game open. Upperman would not score over the final three quarters.

Dekalb County started the game with a fumble at its own 15 yard line….missed 3 first half field goals….and could not overcome the mistakes. The Tigers falls to East Ridge 23-18 Friday night. Dekalb County’s season ends at 7-3.

Hardin Valley beat Warren County 35-14. The Pioneers season ends at 2-9.

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