Photo By: Brian Hill

Photo by Brian Hill
Williamson County Football
By Amber Pennycuff

CPA inches its way to Championship ground. The Lions are undefeated, going 13-0 and have one more obstacle in their way.

Lewis County will pave the path for CPA this Friday night, as the Lions have another home field advantage.

With a big 35-20 win over the Fairview Yellow Jackets (11-2) last Friday, CPA is trucking on, but has a difficult opponent ahead. Fairview ended its season 11-2. One of those losses was to CPA on Friday night, and the other hangs off of a 3-point defeat from Lewis County earlier in the season.

Lewis County is coming into the match-up with an undefeated record, as well.

The Panthers hail from Class AA-District 11, the same as Fairview, atop of the district. Although undefeated, Lewis County gripped a 4-point win over Westview (9-4) last Friday.
CPA has only allowed one game with less than a 17-point lead. That game falls on Brentwood, which was the first game of the season for CPA, 17-14.

The Panthers have had those two close match-ups, and scores an average of about 37-points per game, leaving its opponents scoring around 14-points.

CPA tops Lewis County by a simple 1-point at 38-points per game and allows around 12-points to its opponents.

The Lions have faced teams like no. 4 Giles County, handing them their first loss of the season. The only other loss the Bobcats hold is to nationally ranked Ensworth.

Lewis County’s second team to face in the play offs, Camden Central (7-5), wasn’t even ranked, and the Panthers struggled to take a big win over Westview.

Perhaps, the most relevant subject in the difference of scoring is the Fairview game. The Yellow Jackets are an excellent team and kept up with Lewis County. However, Fairview was in a deep struggle and did not even put points on the board until the second half of the game. Actually, the touchdown to bring them to 20-points came in the last seconds of the game.

The Lions are an extremely dominate team, and manage to show up every time on the field.

Lewis County will kick-off at 7 p.m. on Friday night at CPA in Nashville.

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Andrea has always loved the written word. She holds a B.A. in Journalism and a Masters in Creative Writing, both from Belmont University. Both sides of her family have lived in Williamson County for generations, so writing for Williamson Source is the perfect fit. She loves to hear stories of what Williamson County was like when her parents and grandparents were young and to write about this ever evolving county is truly special for her.