Pictures from Indy-Hendersonville courtesy of Bill Dorsten
With many eyes in Franklin watching the rematch, there were many mid-state teams competing elsewhere Friday night. Here’s the results of all of last night’s games.
- Independence @ Hendersonville: Independence traveled to Hendersonville as the #7 seed in a tough bracket. #2 Hendersonville would bring the Eagles season to an end with a 49-20 win over the Eagles. Hendersonville’s reward is a date with the #6 seed Centennial at home next Friday.
- Centennial at Franklin: Our Jack in the Box GOTW
- Station Camp at Ravenwood: With Station Camp’s and Vandy commit Kyle anderton out with a concussion, Station Camp was overmatched early and often. Ravenwood started with a Van Jefferson TD and never looked back to run away in a game that was never in doubt 66-14. Next week the #1 seeded Raptors (11-0) welcome an 8-2 McGavock team who squeaked by Overton 28-27.
- Page at Hixson : The Patriots take a long road to Hixson, and play a close one. The Patriots had opportunity, but Hixson was too much and end the Patriots season with a 28-21 victory
- Spring Hill at Lexington: Spring Hill (6-5) traveled to Lexington and handily beat #3 seeded Lexington 35-14. They are rewarded with a huge test as they take on #2 seeded Pearl Cohn (9-2) Friday Night.
- Fairview at Westmoreland: It was a long night on the road for the YellowJackets as Westmoreland (9-2) was too much at home and ended Fairview’s playoff run 35-6.
- Harpeth at CPA: CPA remains undefeated and showed why they are a #1 seed with a 56-0 win over Harpeth. Up next is Westmoreland (see above).
- Division II Class A: FRA beat Rosemark Tipton 45-6 . the 6-5 FRA team gets rewarded for their efforts with a trip to ECS who had a bye this week. BGA also with a bye welcomes DCA next week. DCA(9-2) won 21-7 over Harding Academy.
- Division II Class AA: Father Ryan hopes were dashed last night as they traveled to Baylor and lost 28-21 . Ensworth had a bye and will face a 7-4 Briarcrest team at home next week. Briarcrest beat St. Benedict 23-20. Brentwood Academy also had a bye, and travel to MUS , also on a bye.