Adairsville Decimates Murray County
Following their loss to the Calhoun Yellow Jackets last Friday, the Adairsville Tigers struck with a vengeance this Friday and beat the Murray County Indians by a score of 49-6. The Tigers allowed a touchdown in the fourth quarter, as they were eating the clock. Sidnee Johnson had several touchdown runs, and proved too much for Murray County. The Indians did not pass midfield, until the second half of action. Adairsville improved to 5-1 on the 2014 season, and will travel to Fort Ogelthorpe next week.
Cass Falls to Sequoyah
The Cass Colonels had dim hopes of reaching the playoffs for 2014, but those hopes got dimmer on Friday night, following their 21-3 loss to the Sequoyah Chiefs. The Colonels defense held strong against the Sequoyah offense in the second half, but the offense was unable to put up any points on the board. Cass falls to 3-4 on the 2014 season.
Charles Wilson, of SeeeDubyah Productions, said that the Sequoyah defense was able to stifle the Cass defense, despite some good field decision. Wilson said this might be the most complete game Sequoyah has played all season and said that Trey Mitchell, the Sequoyah full back, was a big play-maker for the Chiefs. The ever-opportunistic Cass defense was able to keep the Colonels in the game for as long as possible, but the stagnant Cass offense was unable to feed off the defense. The Colonels are not mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, but they will need several upsets, in order to fixate themselves in some sort of tie-breaker. The Colonels have a bye next week, but will play River Ridge on October 24th.
First Win Continues to Elude Woodland
Despite the strides that the Woodland Wildcats have made this season, they have yet to get their first win of the season. Following close losses to River Ridge and Cass, the Wildcats fell short against the Creekview Grizzlies Friday evening by a score of 34-0. The Wildcats fell to 0-6 on the 2014 season and will have a home game against Rome next week.