|Dresden not ‘upset’ with R’side outcome |
|Posted: Monday, October 11, 2010 1:13 pm |
|Dale Hutcherson threw a pair of fourth quarter touchdown passes and sixth-ranked Dresden (Class 2A) capitalized on four turnovers to upset No. 3 and previously-unbeaten Riverside 20-14 Friday night. |
The loss snapped the Panthers’ streak of 14 consecutive regular season victories.
Hutcherson connected with Daniel Harris twice for TDs in the final period on plays covering 24 and 36 yards, respectively, and threw for 102 of his 142 yards in the fourth quarter.
Dresden (6-2) sealed the victory with a fumble recovery at its own seven-yard line with less than a minute remaining.
Riverside (6-1) controlled much of the contest with 100-yard rushers Brice White (152) and Jerrett Scott (111), but couldn’t overcome a pair of costly fumbles and two interceptions.
In other games of local interest from Week 7:
McKenzie 18, TCA 7
The fourth-ranked Reb-els won their seventh straight after a season-opening loss to Camden, controlling the line of scrimmage and clock against explosive TCA.
McKenzie ran 74 offensive plays and kept the ball for 34 of the game’s 48 minutes while mounting three scoring drives that spanned 37 plays and covered 237 yards.
The Rebel defense did a number on Alabama-bound Jabriel Washington too, intercepting him three times and throwing him for losses on six of his nine carries.
Colin Vinson ran for 101 yards and Max Arnold threw for 136 and a TD for the victors.
Westview 54, Gibson Co. 0
Abraham Haddad ran for 184 yards and four touchdowns as the Chargers extended GC’s losing skid to 20 games.
League-leading Westview (4-3, 3-0 in 13AA) rolled up 430 yards in all.
The Chargers started Gibson County’s current futility streak with a 48-41 win back in 2008.
Trenton 49, West Carroll 13
Peabody had an interception return (Malik Doaks) for a TD, a punt return (Kevin Ellison) for a score and a fumble returned (Ty Fields) to paydirt in a 42-point second quarter.
The Tide defense also picked off Zack Harris three times and came up with five turnovers in all before allowing a pair of meaningless TDs in the fourth period.
Bruceton 48, Middleton 0
Look who now has a three-game winning streak.
The Tigers, who broke a 23-game losing skid earlier in the season won for the third straight Friday and moved over the .500 mark with a rout of Middleton.
Jeremy Watson scored three touchdowns, Bishop Haynes had two TDs and Chandler Jordan recorded his third straight 100-yard rushing game, finishing with 142 yards and two scores.
Middleton did not make a single first down and ended up with 20 total yards.
Camden 42, Waverly 7
The unbeaten and third-ranked (3A) Lions scored on their points in the first half in cruising to their seventh win in as many starts.
Trae White returned the opening kickoff 78 yards for one of his two touchdowns and Derek Easley ran for a TD and threw for another to pace the winners.
Covington 34, Haywood 6
The suddenly-streaking Chargers won their third in a row as Carlos Williams and Terrence Pierson both scored twice.
Williams’ had a kickoff return for one of his TDs and Covington (5-3, 3-1) also blocked a punt for a score.
Crockett Co. 35, BTW 26
Number-seven CC had to score twice in the fourth quarter to avoid a second straight upset.
Austin Taylor had four TDs and 218 yards rushing for the Cavaliers (6-1, 2-1 in 13AA).