Summit rushed for 442 yards, as the visiting Spartans beat Centennial, 28-14, on Friday night.
The Spartans’ George Odimegwu (19 carries, 176 yards), Destin Wade (9-102), Keaton Wade (8-53) and Tre Hunter (10-81) all had big nights on the ground. Odimegwu scored twice and added two catches for 24 yards to finish with 200 yards from scrimmage.
Summit’s defense held the high-powered Cougars to only 127 yards.
The Spartans jumped out to a 22-0 lead just 14 seconds into the second quarter. Touchdowns came on rushes by Destin Wade (four yards), Keaton Wade (seven yards) and Odimegwu (63 yards). After a missed point-after on the first two scores, Summit went for two the next two times, with Destin Wade scoring twice, the first, on a pass from Keaton Wade.
Odimegwu added a 4-yard touchdown run with 3:45 to play.
Centennial finally got on the board with Jariel Wilson’s 3-yard run with 6:49 left in the second quarter. Wilson added a 12-yard scoring run with 50 seconds left.
Wilson, an Austin Peay running back commitment, rushed 17 times for 76 yards.
The Centennial offense, playing without starting quarterback Grayson Marcel, struggled. Cannon Plowman was 7 of 13 for 37 yards and an interception that went to Summit’s Danny Jackson.
Both teams are off next week. Summit (5-4) travels to Lincoln County on Thursday, Oct. 25, to end its regular season, while Centennial (3-6) visits Brentwood on Friday, Oct. 26.