Admirals First Team Left Out of 2014 Playoffs

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While there was still hope Friday night that the Admirals would be in the 2014 playoffs, a couple of games that needed to go Farragut’s way ended up not doing so. So as the brackets were released this morning, the Admirals found themselves as the 33rd team in the 6A ranking, where only 32 teams make it in. There will be more reflection on the season in coming days.

 

 

Admirals Lose To Maryville, 49-14

Tanner Thomas (1) runs for a big gain against Maryville. 10/302014. PHOTO CREDIT: Daryl Sullivan | The Daily Times

Tanner Thomas (1) runs for a big gain against Maryville. 10/30/2014. PHOTO CREDIT: Daryl Sullivan | The Daily Times

Farragut will have to wait until Saturday morning to see if its season will continue.

Maryville scored six touchdowns in the first half en route to a 49-14 win over Farragut on Thursday night at Jim Renfro Stadium.

It was the Rebels’ 25th straight win overall and 98th in a row in district play, and it was Quarles’ 218th victory. The most poignant numbers, though, were on the halftime stat sheet. After two quarters, the Rebels had 42 points, and the Admirals had just 42 offensive yards.

Farragut running back Tanner Thomas finished with 126 yards and two touchdowns, but 86 of those yards and both scores came after halftime

The Rebels were forced to punt on their opening drive, but scored touchdowns on their next six possessions. Kelby Brock caught a 49-yard pass from Tyler Vaught to start the scoring, and Austin Ensley and Bryce Miller connected for touchdown passes of 22 and 16 yards.

Dylan Shinsky (1 yard) and Christian Markham (4) scored on rushes in the second quarter, sandwiching a 23-yard interception return by Cameron Russell. Russell’s score marked Maryville’s fifth straight game with a defensive touchdown.

Farragut finished the regular season firmly on the playoff bubble. If the TSSAA includes the Admirals when it announces its 32-team playoff field on Saturday morning, Farragut could very well face Maryville in the first round.

“If they give us the opportunity to accomplish one of our goals, to make the playoffs, we’ll be excited about it,” Farragut coach Eddie Courtney said. “We’ll take the shot if we get a chance at it.”

 

 

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Game Stats

FARRAGUT TEAM STATS vs Maryville
FHS MHS
Score 14 49
Touchdowns 2 7
Field Goals 0 0
Field Goal Atts 0 0
Total Offense 164 454
Plays/Avg Yards 48- 3.4 52- 8.7
Rushing 143 273
Rush Avg 37- 3.9 36- 7.5
Passing Yards 21 181
Comp/Att/Td/Int 2-11-0-2 10-16-3-0
Total First Downs 10 22
Rushing 7 16
Passing 2 6
Penalty 1 0
Third Down Conv 3 of 10(30%) 6 of 8(75%)
Fourth Down Conv 0 of 0(0%) 1 of 1(100%)
Penalties
Punting [#-Yd-Avg-Long] 6-241- 40.2-71 1- 48- 48.0- 48
Fumbles Lost [Lost-#] 0- 0 1- 2
Interceptions Lost 2 0
Safeties
Punt Returns
Kick Returns
Total Returns

 

INDIVIDUAL STATS vs Maryville
PLAYER RUSH ATTS RUSH YDS RUSH TDS PASS COMP PASS ATTS PASS YDS PASS TDS INTS PASS RECS REC YDS REC TDS TOTAL YDS
Jacob Naumoff 9 6 2 11 21 2 27
Adam Fulton 0
Tanner Thomas 26 127 2 2 21 148
Jeremiah Partin 2 10 10
Franklin Stooksbury 0
Derek Williams 0
Cole Morgan 0
Justin Kirkendall 0
Michael Travis 0
RJ Stewart 0
Noah Webb 0
Braden Collins 0
Jay Riley White 0
Chase Biefeldt 0
TEAM   0
0
TOTALS 37 143 2 2 11 21 0 2 2 21 0 164

 

DEFENSIVE STATS vs Maryville
PLAYER SOLO TACKLES ASSIST MINUS YD SACKS TOTAL HITS FUM FORCED FUM REC FUM RETURN INT INT RETURN PBU KICK RETURN
Ben Dunn 3 2 5
Tyler Lugo 2 1 3
Davis Simmons 1 3 4
Will Everett 1 1
Matt Eggert 1 1 2
Nate Gilliam 0
Hunter Fox 1 1
Juan Aranda 1 3 4 1 0
Tanner Mengel 0
Cooper Hardin 10 4 14 1
Cade Burkey 1 1
Michael Travis 4 2 6
Noah Webb 3 1 4
Evan Prislovsky 0
RJ Stewart 5 1 6
Cole Morgan 0 6
Jeremiah Partin 2 2 1 1
Derek Williams 1 3 4
Justin Kirkendall 2 1 3
Franklin Stooksbury 0
Chase Biefeldt 0 40
Jack DeVault 0
Braden Collins 0
Cameron Cobb   0
Brandon Guidish 0
Dylan Craze 1 1
TOTALS 35 26 0 0 61 2 1 0 0 0 1  

 

KICKING STATS vs Maryville
PLAYER PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT AVG LONG INSIDE 20 XP MADE XP ATTS FG MADE FG ATTS KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS
Carter Phillipy   2 2 3 3
Joe Doyle 6 241 40.2 71 1

Admirals Dominate William Blount, 63-31

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Davis Simmons(4), sacks William Blount quartback, Austin Myrick, in Farragut’s 63-31 win over the Governors. 10/24/2014 PHOTO: Carlos Reveiz, crfoto.com

Three straight victories and another big night from running back Tanner Thomas, Farragut’s playoff hopes are still alive.

The Admirals and Thomas ran roughshod at William Blount as the defending PrepXtra Offensive Player of the Week racked up 217 rushing yards and four touchdowns in a 63-31 rout over William Blount.

“We got better as a football team over the last three weeks and really dug ourselves out of a hole,” Farragut coach Eddie Courtney said.

“I am proud of them for not giving in and not quitting.”

Thomas, who had two long touchdown runs called back for holding in the game, struck first for the Admirals on Farragut’s opening drive with a 1-yard touchdown run.

Early in the second, he added a 7-yard touchdown run.

Jacob Naumoff led an eight-play, 87-yard drive with less than a minute to play in the first half and escaped pressure to find Derek Williams for an 18-yard touchdown with four seconds left to give the Admirals a 28-17 halftime lead.

A pick-six by Farragut’s Davis Simmons on William Blount’s second half opening drive followed by a Thomas 6-yard touchdown run put the game out of reach.

Thomas added a 4-yard touchdown run early in the fourth for good measure after William Blount’s attempt at a comeback.

“He has gotten better and the offensive line has gotten better,” Courtney said of Thomas.

Naumoff threw for three touchdowns and Davis Simmons posted a sack and two tackles for loss in the victory for the Admirals.

 

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Game Stats

FARRAGUT TEAM STATS vs Wm Blount
FHS WB
Score 63 31
Touchdowns 9 4
Field Goals 0 1
Field Goal Atts 0 1
Total Offense 435 402
Plays/Avg Yards 58-7.5 76-5.29
Rushing 304 89
Rush Avg 37-8.22 32-2.78
Passing Yards 131 313
Comp/Att/Td/Int 10-21-3-1 29-44-4-2
Total First Downs 25 22
—Rushing 16 7
—Passing 7 14
—Penalty 2 1
Third Down Conv 1 of 5 6 of 17
Fourth Down Conv 1 of 1 3 of 4
Penalties
Punting [#-Yd-Avg-Long] 3-135-45.0-47 4-120-30.0-45
Fumbles Lost [Lost-#] 0-0 1-1
Interceptions Lost 1 2
Safeties 0 0
Punt Returns 0-0 0-0
Kick Returns 1-24
Total Returns 1-24

 

OFFENSIVE STATS vs Wm Blount
PLAYER RUSH ATTS RUSH YDS RUSH TDS PASS COMP PASS ATTS PASS YDS PASS TDS INTS PASS RECS REC YDS REC TDS TOTAL YDS
Jacob Naumoff 4 2 10 21 131 3 1 133
Adam Fulton 0
Tanner Thomas 22 217 4 217
Jeremiah Partin 8 81 1 81
Franklin Stooksbury 1 5 1 5
Derek Williams 3 52 1 52
Cole Morgan 2 10 10
Justin Kirkendall 4 64 1 64
Michael Travis 0
RJ Stewart 0
Noah Webb 0
Braden Collins 0
Jay Riley White 2 -1 -1
Chase Biefeldt 1 5 5
TEAM 0
TOTALS 37 304 5 10 21 131 3 1 10 131 3 435

 

DEFENSIVE STATS vs Wm Blount
PLAYER SOLO TACKLES ASSIST MINUS YD SACKS TOTAL HITS FUM FORCED FUM REC FUM RETURN INT INT RETURN PBU KICK RETURN
Ben Dunn 2 0.5 0.5 2.5
Tyler Lugo 2 4 1 6
Davis Simmons 5 1 2.5 2.5 8.5 1 7 1
Will Everett 2 2
Nate Gilliam 0
Hunter Fox 2 2
Cole Strange 12 8 20
Juan Aranda 5 1 6
Cooper Hardin 1 1 2
Cade Burkey 0
Michael Travis 3 3 1
Noah Webb 2 4 6 1
Evan Prislovsky 0
RJ Stewart 3 3 6 1 1 3 1 53
Cole Morgan 2 2
Jeremiah Partin 1 1
Derek Williams 5 1 6 1
Justin Kirkendall 1 1 2 1
Franklin Stooksbury 0
Alex Tindal 0
Chase Biefeldt 1 1
Jack DeVault 0
Hayden Huckaba 0
Logan Mitchell 1 1
Tanner Thomas 1 1
Braden Collins 1 1
Cameron Cobb 0
Brandon Guidish 2 1 2
Dylan Craze 1 1
Garrett Evers 0
Chance Bolen 0
Drew Butler 0
Joe Doyle 1 1
TOTALS 47 33 5 3 83 1 1 3 2 60 5  

 

KICKING STATS vs Wm Blount
PLAYER PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT AVG LONG INSIDE 20 XP MADE XP ATTS FG MADE FG ATTS KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS
Carter Phillipy 2 92 46 47 1 7 7 7 2
Joe Doyle 1 43 43 43 2 2 3 0

Admirals Sail Past Bearden, 54-37

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Farragut’s Tanner Thomas runs for yardage during their game against Bearden Friday, Oct. 17, 2014. (Photo by Wade Payne, Special to the News Sentinel)

Tanner Thomas wanted to score five touchdowns Friday night against Bearden.

“Getting five is all he talked about all week,” Farragut coach Eddie Courtney said.

Thomas didn’t get five — he got six, as host Farragut beat Bearden 54-37 in the battle of West Knoxville.

“I wanted five, mainly, because I don’t like Bearden — I wanted to win so bad,” he said.

For a half, it didn’t look as if Thomas would have a big night. Bearden’s defense, led by linebacker Griffin Delong, kept him under 25 yards. Farragut relied on quarterback Jacob Naumoff’s consistent midrange passing game to build a 17-7 lead late in the first half. Bearden thwarted a drive when safety Jordan Ferguson intercepted the ball deep in Bearden territory. The Bulldogs hoped to go to the locker room with that score, but Courtney did some fancy clockwork by calling back-to-back time outs, forcing Bearden into punt formation from its 13-yard line with nine seconds to play. The snap sailed through the end zone for a safety and a 19-7 halftime score.

Bearden threatened to make it close when it cut Farragut’s lead to 19-14 on a 48-yard pass from Cameron Jones to senior wide receiver Matthew Marlow with 5:40 left in the third quarter.

Farragut drove 60 yards on the ensuing possession for a 26-14 lead. The drive included Thomas’ signature run of the night, a 34-yard pinball imitation that included a key block from senior offensive tackle and Wake Forest commit Nate Gilliam and several broken tackles. That got Farragut to the 8, and Thomas scored three plays later.

Tyler Lugo’s second sack of the night thwarted Bearden’s next possession, then Naumoff threw to a wide open Justin Kirkendall for 54 yards and a 33-14 lead with 1:35 left in the third quarter.

Thomas finished with 123 yards on 27 carries. A halftime adjustment was key, explained Gilliam.

“What changed mainly was me getting on a linebacker instead of a down lineman, just getting on DeLong,” Gilliam said. “They were shutting down our run game in the first half.”

Bearden scored 37 points, a breakout figure for a team that had scored 53 points over its first seven games. Quarterbacks Jones and Evan White combined for 270 yards passing.

“The light came on for us offensively tonight,” Bearden coach Morgan Shinlever said. “We played a full four quarters and we were able to stay in the game tonight, so I’m proud of our team.”

The deeper satisfaction belongs to Farragut.

“This rivalry win means everything,” Gilliam said. “This was my last game on Bill Clabo Field. This is how I want to be remembered and how I wanted to go out.”

Victor Lee is a freelance contributor.

 

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Game Stats

FARRAGUT TEAM STATS vs Bearden
FHS BHS
Score 54 37
Touchdowns 7 5
Field Goals 1 0
Field Goal Atts 2 0
Total Offense 359 355
Plays/Avg Yards 59- 6.1 68- 5.2
Rushing 123 119
Rush Avg 30- 4.1 34- 3.5
Passing Yards 299 236
Comp/Att/Td/Int 20-29-1-2 18-34-4-1
Total First Downs 18 18
Rushing 7 10
Passing 10 7
Penalty 1 1
Third Down Conv 8 of 13 6 of 18
Fourth Down Conv 1 of 1 4 of 5
Penalties
Punting [#-Yd-Avg-Long] 2-83-41.5-44 3-91-30.3-33
Fumbles Lost [Lost-#] 0-0 1-1
Interceptions Lost 2 1
Safeties 1 0
Punt Returns 2- 4
Kick Returns 5- 172
Total Returns 7- 176

 

OFFENSIVE STATS vs Bearden
PLAYER RUSH ATTS RUSH YDS RUSH TDS PASS COMP PASS ATTS PASS YDS PASS TDS INTS PASS RECS REC YDS REC TDS TOTAL YDS
Jacob Naumoff 2 -2 20 29 299 1 2 297
Adam Fulton 0
Tanner Thomas 28 125 6 2 14 139
Jeremiah Partin 0
Franklin Stooksbury 6 90 90
Derek Williams 4 28 28
Cole Morgan 3 66 66
Justin Kirkendall 4 72 1 72
Michael Travis 0
RJ Stewart 1 29 29
Noah Webb 0
Braden Collins 0
Amon Johnson 0
Chase Biefeldt 0
TEAM 0
TOTALS 30 123 6 20 29 299 1 2 20 299 1 422

 

DEFENSIVE STATS vs Bearden
PLAYER SOLO TACKLES ASSIST MINUS YD SACKS TOTAL HITS FUM FORCED FUM REC FUM RETURN INT INT RETURN PBU KICK RETURN
Ben Dunn 2 2
Tyler Lugo 3 3 2 2 8
Davis Simmons 1 1 2
Will Everett 1 1 1 2
Nate Gilliam 0
Hunter Fox 3 3
Cole Strange 9 10 19
Juan Aranda 4 4 1
Cade Burkey 0
Michael Travis 0
Noah Webb 4 1 5 1
Evan Prislovsky 2 1 3 2
RJ Stewart 5 3 8
Cole Morgan 3 3
Jeremiah Partin 1 2 3 1
Derek Williams 2 2 1 2
Justin Kirkendall 1 2 3 1
Franklin Stooksbury 0
Alex Tindal 1 1
Chase Biefeldt 1 1
Jack DeVault 0
Hayden Huckaba 0
Logan Mitchell 0
Cameron Cobb 0
Brandon Guidish 1 1
Dylan Craze 1 1 2
Garrett Evers 1 1
Chance Bolen 0
Drew Butler 0
Amon Johnson 0
TOTALS 35 35 3 3 73 0 1 0 1 0 7  

 

KICKING STATS vs Bearden
PLAYER PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT AVG LONG INSIDE 20 XP MADE XP ATTS FG MADE FG ATTS KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS
Carter Phillipy 7 7 1 2 5 2
Joe Doyle 2 70 35 35 1 4 3

Ads Roll Against Heritage, win 49-30

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Admiral Defense stuff Heritage on 3rd Down, 10/10/2014. PHOTO CREDIT: CRfoto

Fog rolling in from the Foothills of the Smokies couldn’t slow Farragut High School’s offense or defense on Friday.

The Admirals forced four first-half turnovers and grabbed an early advantage thanks in part to junior running back Tanner Thomas, who finished with 165 rushing yards and three touchdowns, and ended a three-game losing skid with a 49-30 District 4-AAA victory over Heritage.

Farragut (2-5, 2-2) endured a thick fog over the field much of the game and, in addition to Thomas’ ground-and-pound attack, received solid production out of quarterback Jacob Naumoff, who threw for 213 yards and two scores.

Heritage (2-5, 1-3), which has lost four straight, had its offense rolling on its opening drive when a 76-yard bomb from Dustin Richardson to Devin Gardner led to a 1-yard touchdown run by Orlando Bledsoe.

But it was all downhill for the Mountaineers thereafter.

Heritage turned it over on its next four possessions with a fumble and three interceptions, and Farragut didn’t hesitate to capitalize.

“We just tried to simplify a few things tonight,” Admirals coach Eddie Courtney said. “It started up front where we were getting pretty good pressure. We had been giving up (turnovers) the past five games and tonight getting them helped us so much.”

The Admirals followed an Amon Johnson 4-yard touchdown run on their opening drive with a Tanner Thomas 1-yard scoring run early in the second.

Thomas punched it in again midway through the second, this time from 1-yard out, and the Admirals grabbed a 28-7 halftime advantage on a Naumoff 35-yard touchdown pass to Derek Williams.

“We had been disappointed the last few weeks with the way we played,” Courtney said. “But our kids hung in there and played hard.”

Naumoff’s 3-yard touchdown run on Farragut’s second-half opening drive put the game out of reach.

The Admirals grabbed a 49-7 lead late in the third when Naumoff connected with Franklin Stooksbury on a 28-yard strike but Heritage clawed back with three late touchdowns.

 

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Game Stats

FARRAGUT TEAM STATS vs Heritage
FHS HHS
Score 49 30
Touchdowns 7 4
Field Goals 0 0
Field Goal Atts 0 0
Total Offense 399 334
Plays/Avg Yards 56-7.13 53-6.3
Rushing 192 151
Rush Avg 35-5.49 31-4.87
Passing Yards 207 183
Comp/Att/Td/Int 14-21-2-0 14-22-2-3
Total First Downs 20 11
Rushing 11 7
Passing 7 4
Penalty 2 0
Third Down Conv 5 of 9 5 of 11
Fourth Down Conv 1 of 1 0 of 0
Punting [#-Yd-Avg-Long] 2-83-41.5-44 3-91-30.3-33
Fumbles Lost [Lost-#] 0-0 1-1
Interceptions Lost 0 3

 

OFFENSIVE STATS vs Heritage
PLAYER RUSH ATTS RUSH YDS RUSH TDS PASS COMP PASS ATTS PASS YDS PASS TDS INTS PASS RECS REC YDS REC TDS TOTAL YDS
Jacob Naumoff 3 19 1 14 19 207 2 226
Adam Fulton 0 2 0 0
Tanner Thomas 23 161 3 161
Jeremiah Partin 0
Franklin Stooksbury 3 50 1 50
Derek Williams 8 104 1 104
Cole Morgan 0
Justin Kirkendall 2 49 49
Michael Travis 0
RJ Stewart 0
Noah Webb 0
Braden Collins 1 1 1
Amon Johnson 8 11 1 1 4 15
Chase Biefeldt 0
TEAM 0
TOTALS 35 192 5 14 21 207 2 0 14 207 2 399

 

DEFENSIVE STATS vs Heritage
PLAYER SOLO TACKLES ASSIST MINUS YD SACKS TOTAL HITS FUM FORCED FUM REC FUM RETURN INT INT RETURN PBU KICK RETURN
Ben Dunn 2 1 3 1
Tyler Lugo 1 1
Davis Simmons 2 2 2
Will Everett 1 1 1 2
Nate Gilliam 2 2
Hunter Fox 1 1
Cole Strange 8 4 12
Juan Aranda 5 4 9
Tanner Mengel 0
Cade Burkey 1 1
Michael Travis 0
Noah Webb 1 2 3 1
Evan Prislovsky 2 2 4
RJ Stewart 9 1 10
Cole Morgan 3 3
Jeremiah Partin   0
Derek Williams 1 3 4 2 1
Justin Kirkendall 1 2 3 1
Franklin Stooksbury 0 1
Chase Biefeldt 0
Jack DeVault 3 1 3
Hayden Huckaba 1 1
Logan Mitchell   1 1
Cameron Cobb 0
Brandon Guidish 0
Dylan Craze 1 1
Chance Bolen 1 1
Drew Butler 0
Amon Johnson 0
TOTALS 44 23 4 0 67 0 1 0 3 0 3

 

KICKING STATS vs Heritage
PLAYER PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT AVG LONG INSIDE 20 XP MADE XP ATTS FG MADE FG ATTS KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS
Carter Phillipy 1 44 44 44 6 6 7 1
Joe Doyle 1 39 39 39 1 1 2

Tough Night for the Ads, Lose to Hardin Valley

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WR/S R.J. Stewart breaks a tackle after a reception against Hardin Valley, 10/3/2014. PHOTO CREDIT: CRfoto

Hawks downed Farragut, 41-17. Ryan Ferguson rushed for two touchdowns and roughly 180 yards for the Hawks.Farragut turned the ball over five times.Issac Aguero intercepted a Jacob Naumoff pass with 9 minutes, 54 seconds left in the third and returned it to the Farragut 7-yard line.Two plays later, Issiah scored on a 4-yard run for a 21-10 lead. He added an interception at the 4:51 mark in the third and then converted that turnover into points with a 6-yard touchdown run with 46 seconds left in the third.

HVA defensive back Dominique Amos nabbed his second interception of the night with 24.8 seconds left in the third. Ferguson scored from 67 yards out on the ensuing play, making the score 34-10.He rushed for 107 yards on seven carries in the third and had 174 yards on 21 carries entering the fourth quarter. Issiah Aguero, after missing the last two weeks with a high ankle sprain on his left ankle, punctuated his night with an 8-yard touchdown run with 6:44 to play.Farragut fell behind 14-0 after one quarter, but Carter Phillipy made a 50-yard field goal 15 seconds into the second quarter.

Naumoff got his arm warm for a bit, and Tanner Thomas added a 1-yard TD run with 7:41 left to make the score 14-10 at halftime.Heavy rains silenced both offenses the last 6 minutes of the half.

Now, Farragut must win its final four games — which includes a Week 10 game at Maryville — to have any shot at making the Class 6A playoffs.”It’s going to be a gut-check of pride,” said Farragut coach Eddie Courtney. “We’ll get back to work this next week and hopefully get a few of these guys back we were missing tonight.”

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Game Stats

FARRAGUT TEAM STATS vs Hardin Valley
FHS HVA
Score 17 41
Touchdowns 2 6
Field Goals 1 0
Field Goal Atts 1 0
Total Offense 240 331
Plays/Avg Yards 55/4.36 61/5.1
Rushing 107 284
Rush Avg 27/3.96 52/5.46
Passing Yards 133 47
Comp/Att/Td/Int 15-28-0-4 5-9-0-0
Total First Downs 15 15
Rushing 6 14
Passing 7 1
Penalty 2 0
Third Down Conv 4 of 13 4 of 11
Fourth Down Conv 1 of 3 1 of 1
Punting [#-Yd-Avg-Long] 3-97-32.3-40 4-112-28.0-32
Fumbles Lost [Lost-#] 1-1 1-4
Interceptions Lost 4 0
Safeties 0 0
Punt Returns 0 0
Kick Returns 1-25 0
Total Returns 1-25 0

 

OFFENSIVE STATS vs HV
PLAYER RUSH ATTS RUSH YDS RUSH TDS PASS COMP PASS ATTS PASS YDS PASS TDS INTS PASS RECS REC YDS REC TDS TOTAL YDS
Jacob Naumoff 1 -9 15 26 133 4 124
Adam Fulton 0 -1 0 2 -1
Justen Freeman 0
Tanner Thomas 22 92 2 3 15 107
Jeremiah Partin 0
Franklin Stooksbury 4 23 23
Derek Williams 0
Cole Morgan 1 12 12
Justin Kirkendall 2 31 31
Michael Travis 0
RJ Stewart 5 52 52
Noah Webb 0
Amon Johnson 3 21 21
Chase Biefeldt 1 4 4
TEAM 0
TOTALS 27 107 2 15 28 133 0 4 15 133 0 240

 

DEFENSIVE STATS vs HV
PLAYER SOLO TACKLES ASSIST MINUS YD SACKS TOTAL HITS FUM FORCED FUM REC FUM RETURN INT INT RETURN PBU KICK RETURN
Ben Dunn 2 1 3
Tyler Lugo 0
Davis Simmons 3 1 1 4
Will Everett 1 1
Nate Gilliam 0
Hunter Fox 1 1 2
Cole Strange 8 4 12
Juan Aranda 6 3 9
Tanner Mengel 0
Cade Burkey 1 1
Michael Travis 0
Noah Webb 4 2 6 1
Evan Prislovsky 3 5 8
RJ Stewart 3 1 4
Cole Morgan 3 3 6
Jeremiah Partin 0
Derek Williams 1 1 2
Justin Kirkendall 2 2 1
Franklin Stooksbury 0
Chase Biefeldt 0 25
Hayden Huckaba 1 1
Brandon Guidish 2 1 2 3
Dylan Craze 0
Drew Butler 1 1
Amon Johnson 0
Alex Hazelwood 0
TOTALS 39 26 3 0 65 0 1 0 0 0 1

 

KICKING STATS vs HV
PLAYER PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT AVG LONG INSIDE 20 XP MADE XP ATTS FG MADE FG ATTS KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS
Carter Phillipy 2 2 1 1 3 2
Joe Doyle 3 97 32.3 40

Admirals Lose Hard Fought Game Against Knox-West

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J-Bo Partin, 27, returns a kick against Knox-West on Sept. 19. PHOTO: WADE PAYNE, KNS

The Knox-West Rebels rolled up 457 rushing yards and beat host Farragut 49-30 in a District 4-AAA game.

West was led in rushing by senior quarterback Seth Marshall, who had 164 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries. While, senior tailback Nathan Cottrell rushed for 153 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries for the Rebels.

Farragut’s Jacob Naumoff completed 27 of 43 passes for 322 yards, and Tanner Thomas rushed for 173 yards and three touchdowns on 37 carries.

West scored on its first drive on Marshall’s 24-yard touchdown pass to Alex Burch.

Farragut drove to the Rebels’ 10, but Naumoff’s pass was intercepted in the end zone by Max Bacon.

West started at its 14 and scored six plays later on Cottrell’s 45-yard halfback pass to Hayden Boyd for a 13-0 lead.

Farragut’s Jeremiah Partin was carted off the field in the second quarter with an elbow injury and taken away by ambulance, but was able to wave to fans before leaving.

Naumoff’s 49-yard pass to Franklin Stooksbury set up Farragut’s first touchdown, a 1-yard run by Thomas.

On West’s next possession, Davis Simmons recovered a fumbled handoff at the Rebels’ 22, and Farragut scored on the next play, a 22-yard pass from Naumoff to Derek Williams. Carter Phillipy’s PAT kick gave Farragut a 14-13 lead late in the first quarter.

West scored the next 21 points, Christian Romines scored on a 29-yard run for a 21-14 lead, Marshall sprinted for a 70-yard touchdown, and Cottrell’s 5-yard run made it 35-14 with 5:47 left in the 1st half.

Phillipy’s 26-yard field goal cut the lead to 35-17 at halftime.

Farragut scored on the first possession after halftime on Thomas’ 7-yard run.

Phillipy’s on-side kick was recovered by the Admirals’ Justin Kirkendall, but the drive stalled on a fumble.

West scored on Marshall’s 1-yard run for a 42-24 lead. Cottrell’s 38-yard run was the drive’s big play.

Thomas’ 6-yard TD run made it 42-30 with 10:45 left. West recovered another on-side kick, and Cottrell scored on the next play on a 51-yard run for a 49-30 lead.

 

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Game Stats

FARRAGUT TEAM STATS vs Knox-West
FHS WHS
Score 30 49
Touchdowns 4 7
Field Goals 1 0
Field Goal Atts 1 0
Total Offense 512 573
Plays/Avg Yards 86/6.0 54/10.6
Rushing 190 457
Rush Avg 43/4.4 43/10.6
Passing Yards 322 116
Comp/Att/Td/Int 27-43-1-1 7-11-2-0
Total First Downs 24 22
Rushing 10 16
Passing 13 6
Penalty 1 0
Third Down Conv 5 of 15 4 of 8
Fourth Down Conv 3 of 5 1 of 2
Penalties
Punting [#-Yd-Avg-Long] 1-55-55.0-55 1-35-35.0-35
Fumbles Lost [Lost-#] 1-1 1-1
Interceptions Lost 1

 

OFFENSIVE STATS vs West
PLAYER RUSH ATTS RUSH YDS RUSH TDS PASS COMP PASS ATTS PASS YDS PASS TD INTS PASS RECS REC YDS REC TDS TOTAL YDS
Jacob Naumoff 5 17 27 43 322 1 1 339
Tanner Thomas 37 173 3 1 5 178
Jeremiah Partin 2 6 6
Franklin Stooksbury 4 73 73
Derek Williams 5 64 1 64
Cole Morgan 6 63 63
Justin Kirkendall 5 62 62
RJ Stewart 2 43 43
Evan Prislovksy 1 0 0
TEAM 0
TOTALS 43 190 3 27 43 322 1 1 25 316 1 512

 

DEFENSIVE STATS vs West
PLAYER SOLO TACKLES ASSIST MINUS YD SACKS TOTAL HITS FUM FORCED FUM REC FUM RETURN INT INT RETURN PBU KICK RETURN
Ben Dunn 7 1 8 1 6
Tyler Lugo 2 2 4
Davis Simmons 4 1 4 1
Will Everett 0
Nate Gilliam 0
Hunter Fox 1 2 3
Juan Aranda 5 1 6
Tanner Mengel 1 2 3
Cade Burkey 0
Noah Webb 8 2 10
Evan Prislovsky 1 2 3
RJ Stewart 7 7
Cole Morgan 0
Jeremiah Partin 0 22
Derek Williams 1 1
Franklin Stooksbury 0 2
Chase Biefeldt 0 135
Hayden Huckaba 0
Brandon Guidish 0
TOTALS 37 12 1 0 49 1 1 0 0 0 0  

 

KICKING STATS vs West
PLAYER PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT AVG LONG INSIDE 20 XP MADE XP ATTS FG MADE FG ATTS KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS
Carter Phillipy 2 2 1 1 2 1
Joe Doyle 1 55 55 55 1

Admirals Drop a Tough One To Fulton

Noah Webb, 15, breaks up a long Fulton pass.

                Noah Webb, 15, breaks up a long Fulton pass.                PHOTO CREDIT: WADE PAYNE, KNS

Fulton, the top-ranked team in Class 4A and the two-time defending state champion, raced to a 34-0 lead at halftime with 420 yards of offense. The Falcons passed for 274 yards before the break, and it rushed for 146 yards against the Class 6A Admirals through two quarters to win a 25th consecutive game.

Fulton finished with 595 net yards to Farragut’s 165.

Fulton’s Kentel Williams caught seven passes for 158 yards and two touchdowns. The 5-foot-10, 171-pound Williams also rushed four times for 109 yards and a touchdown.

His 84-yard touchdown run with 7:49 left in the third quarter gave Fulton a 41-0 lead. He had touchdown catches of 47 and 34 yards in the first half.

Farragut crossed midfield four times in the first half but had three turnovers — one of which was an interception that spoiled a 51-yard run by junior tailback Tanner Thomas that got the Admirals near the red zone late in the second quarter.

Tanner Thomas finished with 133 yards on 18 carries against Fulton’s starters.

When the final horn sounded, the Admirals lost 55-0.

 

 

 

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Game Stats

 

FARRAGUT TEAM STATS vs Lenoir City
FHS FUL
Score 0 55
Touchdowns 0 8
Field Goals 0 0
Field Goal Atts 0 0
Total Offense 171  595
Plays/Avg Yards 46/3.7  57/10.4
Rushing 148  319
Rush Avg 37/4.0  31/10.3
Passing Yards 23  276
Comp/Att/Td/Int 3/9/0/2  18/26/4/1
Total First Downs 8  23
Rushing 4 12
Passing 1  10
Penalty 3  1
Third Down Conv 4 of 9 7 of 10
Fourth Down Conv 0 of 0 1 of 1
Penalties/Yards  7/70 10/87
Punting [#-Yd-Avg-Long] 6-215-35.8-43  1-37-37-37
Fumbles Lost [Lost-#] 1-1  1-0
Interceptions Lost 2 1
Safeties 0  0
Punt Return Yards 0 34
Kick Return Yards 116
Total Return Yards 116

 

OFFENSIVE STATS vs Fulton
PLAYER RUSH ATTS RUSH YDS RUSH TDS PASS COMP PASS ATTS PASS YDS PASS TDS INTS PASS RECS REC YDS REC TDS TOTAL YDS
Jacob Naumoff 3 6 3 6 23 2 29
Adam Fulton 0
Justen Freeman 0
Tanner Thomas 21 135 135
Jeremiah Partin 5 11 11
Franklin Stooksbury 1 3 3
Derek Williams 0
Cole Morgan 3 -8 0 3 1 12 4
Justin Kirkendall 1 8 8
Michael Travis 0
RJ Stewart 0
Noah Webb 0
Curtis Thomas 4 9 9
Amon Johnson 0
0
TEAM 1 -5 -5
0
TOTALS 37 148 0 3 9 23 0 2 3 23 0 171

 

DEFENSIVE STATS vs Fulton
PLAYER SOLO TACKLES ASSIST MINUS YD SACKS TOTAL HITS FUM FORCED FUM REC FUM RETURN INT INT RETURN PBU KICK RETURN
Ben Dunn 1 1 2
Tyler Lugo 0
Davis Simmons 2 1.5 0.5 2.5
Will Everett 1 1 1 2
Nate Gilliam 0
Drew Arnett 0
Cole Strange 4 5 0.5 0.5 9.5
Juan Aranda 3 1 4
Tanner Mengel 2 4 1 6
Cade Burkey 1 1
Michael Travis 2 2 5
Noah Webb 2 5 7 2
Evan Prislovsky 5 4 1 9
RJ Stewart 3 3 6
Cole Morgan 0
Jeremiah Partin 1 1 87
Derek Williams 3 1 4 1 0
Franklin Stooksbury 8
Chase Biefeldt 16
Hayden Huckaba 1 1
Brandon Guidish 0
Dylan Craze 1 1
Noah Hassell 1 1
Amon Johnson 0
Alex Hazelwood 0 0
TOTALS 28 30 5 1 59 0 0 0 1 0 2

 

KICKING STATS vs Fulton
PLAYER PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT AVG LONG INSIDE 20 XP MADE XP ATTS FG MADE FG ATTS KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS
Carter Phillipy 1
Joe Doyle 6 215 35.8 43

Admirals Tame The Panthers

Farragut forced five turnovers, including four interceptions, and the Admiral pulled away for a 49-17 win over visiting Lenoir City on Friday at Bill Clabo Field.

Senior cornerback Noah Webb picked off two passes, including one in the end zone late in the 2nd quarter that would have given the Panthers the lead.

Farragut scored on its first offensive play, when Jacob Naumoff hit Derek Williams for a 19-yard touchdown pass. But Lenoir City answered with a touchdown and a field goal in its next three possessions, while the Admirals fumbled on their next two.

The Panthers led 10-7 after the first quarter, but Farragut’s offense got on track after that. Jeremiah Partin scored touchdowns from 2 and 9 yards out in the second quarter, and Tanner Thomas scored on rushes of 19 and 2 yards in the 2nd half, who finished with 173 yards on 21 carries

Matt Scott scored on a 3-yard run in the 1sr quarter for Lenoir City, and RaShawn Tallent connected with Tucker McGinnis on a 9-yard scoring strike in the 3rd quarter to pull the Panthers within 11 at 28-17, but Farragut rolled from there. Curtis Thomas and Amon Johnson scored rushing TDs in the 4th quarter to close the scoring. At the sound of the final buzzer, the scoreboard at Bill Clabo Field read 49-17 in favor of the Admirals.

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You can also watch a replay at: http://new.livestream.com/fhsfootballboosters/events/3301721

 

Game Stats

INDIVIDUAL STATS vs Lenoir City
PLAYER RUSH ATTS RUSH YDS RUSH TDS PASS COMP PASS ATTS PASS YDS PASS TDS INTS PASS RECS REC YDS REC TDS TOTAL YDS
Jacob Naumoff 2 3 11 21 158 1 1 161
Adam Fulton 0
Justen Freeman 0
Tanner Thomas 21 184 2 184
Jeremiah Partin 7 32 2 32
Franklin Stooksbury 4 59 59
Derek Williams 2 29 1 29
Cole Morgan 1 6 4 57 63
Justin Kirkendall 1 13 13
Michael Travis 0
RJ Stewart 0
Noah Webb 0
Curtis Thomas 2 16 1 16
Amon Johnson 1 1 1 1
0
TEAM 0 -2 -2
0
TOTALS 34 240 6 11 21 158 1 1 11 158 1 398

 

KICKING STATS vs Lenoir City
PLAYER PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT AVG LONG INSIDE 20 XP MADE XP ATTS FG MADE FG ATTS KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS
Carter Phillipy 6 6 5 2
Joe Doyle 1 1

 

DEFENSIVE STATS vs Lenoir City
PLAYER SOLO TACKLES ASSIST MINUS YD SACKS TOTAL HITS FUM FORCED FUM REC FUM RETURN INT INT RETURN PBU
Ben Dunn 1 3 1 4 1 1 3
Tyler Lugo 1 1 1 2
Davis Simmons 4 3 5 7
Will Everett 1 1
Nate Gilliam 0
Drew Arnett 0
Cole Strange 5 6 1 11
Juan Aranda 6 6
Tanner Mengel 11 6 1 17
Cade Burkey 3 1 1 4
Michael Travis 8 1 3 9 6 1
Noah Webb 3 2 5 2 0
Evan Prislovsky 2 7 9 1 2
RJ Stewart 3 3 6 1
Cole Morgan 0
Jeremiah Partin 1 1
Derek Williams 1 1 2
Hayden Huckaba 2 2
Brandon Guidish 1 1
Dylan Craze 1 1 2
Noah Hassell 1 1
Amon Johnson 2 2
Alex Hazelwood 1 1 1 0
TOTALS 54 38 13 0 92 1 1 9 4 2 4

Admirals Fall to Oak Ridge

Kirk Oak Ridge 2014

Justin Kirkendall (3) makes a reception against Oak Ridge during the second half at Oak Ridge High School in Oak Ridge on Friday, Aug. 29, 2014. (ADAM LAU/NEWS SENTINEL)

Oak Ridge held the Admirals to 214 yards and forced three turnovers on their way to a 13-0 win over Farragut on Blankenship Field.

Farragut’s quarterback  Jacob Naumoff was unable to go after suffering an ankle  injury against Dobyns-Bennett last week.

Quarterbacks Cole Morgan, Adam Fulton and Justen Freeman combined to go just 8 for 23 for 67 yards and two interceptions.

The bulk of Farragut’s offense came from junior running back Tanner Thomas, as offense was hard to come by for both teams.

Oak Ridge led 3-0 at halftime on a 44 yard FG by junior Brandon Nickle with :58 left in the 2nd quarter.

The only touchdown of the night came on a 72-yard interception return by Oak Ridge defensive back Jemiah Hall with 9:41 remaining in the 3rd quarter.

Oak Ridge’s Brandon Nickle added a 46-yard field goal midway through the 4th quarter to make it 13-0.

Farragut drove deep into Oak Ridge territory in the waning minutes, but senior defensive back Ted Mitchell picked off a pass at the Wildcats’ 2 to seal the victory.

Oak Ridge started Gavin Warrington at quarterback before he gave way to Logan Fadnek. As expected, Warrington provided the running threat and Fadnek the passing option.

The Wildcats finished with only 218 yards, including just 81 in the second half.

As always, be sure to checkout CRfoto.com for pictures from the game.

You can also watch a replay at: http://new.livestream.com/fhsfootballboosters/events/3301632

Game Stats

OFFENSIVE STATS vs Oak Ridge
PLAYER RUSH ATTS RUSH YDS RUSH TDS PASS COMP PASS ATTS PASS YDS PASS TDS INTS PASS RECS REC YDS REC TDS TOTAL YDS
Jacob Naumoff 0
Adam Fulton 1 0 6 14 59 2 59
Justen Freeman 1 3 6 6
Tanner Thomas 22 98 1 -2 96
Jeremiah Partin 7 44 0 1 1 0 44
Franklin Stooksbury 4 56 56
Derek Williams 0
Cole Morgan 3 9 1 5 -2 7
Justin Kirkendall 1 6 6
Michael Travis 1 3 3
RJ Stewart 0
Noah Webb 0
Cooper Hardin 0
Tanner Mengel 0
0
TEAM 0
0
TOTALS 33 151 0 8 23 63 0 2 8 63 0 214

 

KICKING STATS vs Oak Ridge
PLAYER PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT AVG LONG INSIDE 20 XP MADE XP ATTS FG MADE FG ATTS KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS
Carter Phillipy 1 1
Joe Doyle 7 225 32 39

 

DEFENSIVE STATS vs Oak Ridge
PLAYER SOLO TACKLES ASSIST MINUS YD SACKS TOTAL HITS FUM FORCED FUM REC FUM RETURN INT INT RETURN PBU
Ben Dunn 2 2 4 1
Tyler Lugo 1 1 2
Davis Simmons 4 1 1 1 6
Will Everett 3 3
Nate Gilliam 0
Drew Arnett 0
Cole Strange 5 5 10
Juan Aranda 5 3 8
Tanner Mengel 7 5 12
Cade Burkey 1 1
Michael Travis 3 1 4 1 6
Noah Webb 1 1 2
Evan Prislovsky 4 1 5
RJ Stewart 4 4 1
Cole Morgan 0
Jeremiah Partin 1 1
Derek Williams 2 1 3 1 2
Hayden Huckaba 0
Cameron Cobb 0
Franklin Stooksbury 0
0
TOTALS 42 22 1 1 65 1 1 6 1 0 3