Admirals Come Up Just Short Against Dobyns-Bennett

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WR/DB Derek Williams goes up and catches a pass against DB, 8/22/14. Photo credit: Carlos Reveiz, crfoto.com

Friday night the Admirals came up one yard short of continuing a last minute drive that would’ve won the game, had the Admirals been able to score a Touchdown. Farragut led for most of the game, and was ahead by 11 points with 9 minutes left in the ball game. Dobyns-Bennett started the game with a long drive, but Farragut’s defense was able to stop the drive and hold the Indian to a 45 yard FG by Landon Salyers. The Admiral’s offense took the ball down the field and quickly answered with J-Bo Partin’s 3-yard run to give the Admirals a 7-3 lead with 5:09 left in the 1st quarter. DB went ahead 10-7 with a TD pass from Skylar East to Makale Foreman covering 33 yards with 1:57 left in the 1st quarter. The 2nd quarter was eventful to say the least. Admiral safety  R.J. Stewart intercepted, but fumbled in the process of being tackled, which gave DB the ball back at their own 14. On the very next play , Stewart again intercepted a pass, and returned it to the Indians’ 45 yard line. Kicker Carter Phillipy booted a 34-yard FG to tie the game at 10 with 3:08 left in the 1st half. Derek Williams intercepted East’s next pass, and the Admirals started their drive at the DB 22. QB Jacob Naumoff threw a 31-yard Touchdown pass to Cole Morgan to take a 17-10 lead with 1:48 left in the 1st half, but DB wasn’t prepared to take it to half just yet, after a quick drive, Salyers’ 25-yard field goal cut Farragut lead to 3, 17-14, at halftime. After halftime, the Admirals were stopped on a drive, but Phillipy’s 43-yard field goal put Farragut up 20-13 with 9:08 left in the 3rd. The Indians were also stopped on a long drive, but again Salyers would boot a  34 yard FG which made it 20-16 at the end of the 3rd quarter.On the first drive of the 4th, Farragut marched down the field and scored from 4 yards out with a Tanner Thomas TD run and put the Admirals up 27-16 with 10:02 left. DB quickly drove down the field to answer, when RB Jacoby Thompson scored on a 12 yard run and after a sucessful 2pt conversion,  pulled the Indians with in 3, at 27-24 with 8:45 left in the game. The Admirals went 3 and out on the ensuing drive and Punter Joseph Doyle punted the ball back to the Indians. After nearly being sacked, QB Skylar East threw a 47 yard touchdown pass to Makale Foreman, who had five catches for 143 yards. The score was 31-27 6:49 left in the game. The Admirals again went 3 and out and after a big stop by the Admiral defense on 4th, got the ball back. The Admirals got a drive going, but on 4th and 17, at the DB 31, QB Jacob Naumoff completed a 16 yard pass to WR Franklin Stooksbury, but came up one yard short. This time, Farragut faced a fourth-and-17 situation at the D-B 31-yard line with only seconds left. Jacob Naumoff threw a 16-yard pass to Franklin Stooksbury, who was stopped short of the first down. The game ended and Dobyns-Bennett emerged victorious, 31-27. The Admirals will go back and correct mistakes this week and work hard in preparation for this week’s game against Oak Ridge.

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

FARRAGUT TEAM STATS vs DOBYNS-BENNETT

August 22, 2014 @ Farragut High School
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Score  27 31
Touchdowns 3 3
Field Goals 2 3
Field Goal Atts 2 3
Total Offense 368 422
Plays/Avg Yards 67/5.5 56/7.5
Rushing 163 153
Rush Avg 37/4.5 31/4.9
Passing Yards 205 269
Comp/Att/Td/Int 16/30/1/0 17/25/2/3
Total First Downs 22 17
Rushing 8 9
Passing 7 8
Penalty 7 0
Third Down Conv 5 of 13(38%) 2 of 8(25%)
Fourth Down Conv 1 of 3(33%) 0 of 0
Penalties
Punting [#-Yd-Avg-Long] 3/111/37/43 2/65/32.5/40
Fumbles Lost [Lost-#] 1/1 0/0
Interceptions 0 3
Safeties
Punt Returns 0 0
Kick Returns 1/28 3/106
Total Returns

 

 OFFENSIVE STATS

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 6 -13 16 30 205 1 192
Tanner Thomas 23 157 1 3 33 190
Jeremiah Partin 8 19 1 2 23 42
Franklin Stooksbury 5 76 76
Derek Williams 2 33 33
Cole Morgan 2 29 1 29
Justin Kirkendall 0
Michael Travis 1 6 6
RJ Stewart 1 5 5
Noah Webb 0
Cooper Hardin 0
Tanner Mengel 0
0
TEAM 0
0
TOTALS 37 163 2 16 30 205 1 0 16 205 1 368

 

KICKING STATS

PLAYER PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT AVG LONG INSIDE 20 XP MADE XP ATTS FG MADE FG ATTS KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS
Carter Phillipy 3 3 2 2 6 2
Joe Doyle 3 111 37 43

 

 

DEFENSIVE STATS

PLAYER SOLO TACKLES ASSIST MINUS YD SACKS TOTAL HITS FUM FORCED FUM REC FUM RETURN INT INT RETURN PBU
Ben Dunn 3 1 4
Tyler Lugo 3 2 5
Davis Simmons 1 2 3
Will Everett 1 1 2
Nate Gilliam 0
Drew Arnett 0
Cole Strange 4 3 7
Juan Aranda 2 4 6
Tanner Mengel 6 2 8
Cooper Hardin 2 2
Michael Travis 3 1 4 1
Noah Webb 5 5 10
Evan Prislovsky 2 1 3
RJ Stewart 3 2 5 2 18
Cole Morgan 1 1
Jeremiah Partin 0
Derek Williams 5 5 1 0 1
Hayden Huckaba 0
Cameron Cobb 0
Franklin Stooksbury 0
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TOTALS 41 24 0 0 65 0 0 0 3 18 2

 

Class of 1964 Returns to FHS for our 2014 Season Kickoff!

Congratulations to the Class of 1964 in the celebration of your 50th Class Reunion.  We are so happy that you chose to start your weekend with the 2014 Farragut Admirals Season Kickoff! While the outcome was not how we wanted it to be, it was an exciting game and great weather (well at least it didn’t rain)!  The picture on the left is the Class of 1964 players. The picture on the right is from left to right: #74 Sam Guinn, #61 Charlie Russell, #72 Wayne Smathers, #13 Wayne Starnes,#81 David Keck, #67 Gary Scarbrough and Cheerleader: Linda Reynolds Russell! The last picture is of other class members from the class of 1964.

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Seniors are Ready!

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Congratulations to our Seniors!

ONE TEAM! ONE HEARTBEAT!

 

 

 

#13 Franklin Stooksbury; #15 Noah Webb; #17 R.J. Stewart; #24 Curtis Thomas; #26 Derek Williams, #27 Jeremiah Partin; #34 Evan Prislovsky; #35 Ben Dunn; #50 Dylan Craze; #53 Juan Aranda; #56 Tyler Lugo; #62 Dylan Hurst; #64 Drew Arnett; #71 Alex Lutheran; #79 Nate Gilliam; #85 Matthew Eggert; #88 Chase Biefeldt!

The Battle Station is Stocked and Ready!!!

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The Battle Station is stocked and ready for business!!! There are golf shirts for women and men, several selections of casual T-shirts, hats, bandannas and much more!!

Arrive a little early before any HOME game and purchase your gear and show your Admiral Pride!!

A very special thank you to Karen Tindal and Patti Webb for all of your hard work and efforts to ensure the Battle Station is stocked and ready.

 

 

that is stocked and ready just for you!!

This year there are golf shirts for women and men. Several selections of T-shirts with new designs, hats, bandannas, star magnets and more.

Please remember to stop by the Battlestation on Friday and get your gear and show your Admiral Spirit!!

 

Fall Camp comes to close… Regular Season nears

The 2014 Admirals concluded the three week fall camp with two solid workouts against Ooltewah and Alcoa.  The Admirals have worked extremely hard to get better at the game fundamentals, build team chemistry, and to prepare for the season opener with Dobyns-Bennett at Bill Clabo Field on August 22.  The Admirals have one final scrimmage date at Cookeville High School on Tuesday, August 12 at 6:30, and the KOC Kickoff Jamboree on Friday, August 15.  Bearden High School is the host site for the Jamboree this year as the Admirals face the Anderson County Mavericks at 9:00 pm.  Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the gate.  For ticket info, contact Donald Dodgen at donald.dodgen@knoxschools.org

Fans be sure to get your tickets and get to your seats early on August 22 when the Indians come to town!!  Dobyns-Bennett brings back a strong football team that qualified for the TSSAA playoffs each of the last four seasons.  Season tickets are still available for $25 before the first game.  For more information, contact Denise Simmons at dsimmons44@tds.net

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Summer Workout Session Has Arrived!

After a competitive and productive spring practice period, the Admirals took some days off to work on their academics and to study for finals.  Once the spring semester concluded the Admirals took to the weight room to begin the summer training routine.  The summer training sessions have been one of the key foundations to the success of Farragut Football for many years.  This year appears to be no exception.  In addition to the start of summer, the welcoming of the upcoming freshmen class into the program has been a great transition for the athletes.  The upperclassmen have already done a tremendous job of bringing the new players up to speed on what it takes to be a Farragut Football player.  While June has already been a busy time for the players and coaches with workouts, camps, etc…, the schedule only picks up from here.  After the dead period (June 23-July 6), the Admirals will continue summer training in addition to scheduled 7-on-7 scrimmages with several area schools.  It’s an exciting time to be a part of Farragut Football so be sure to check back regularly for more updates in the coming weeks!! Go Admirals! #AlwaysAttack

Off-season Training Coming to a Close….Spring Practice on Horizon

With three weeks left in the off-season weight program, the Admirals are looking to finish up strong and are gearing up for spring practice, which begins May 1st. The Admirals have made tremendous strides in the strength and conditioning program since starting back in January. Look for a stronger, faster, and more explosive team in 2014.
When the Admirals put on the pads in a few weeks, it will be the first opportunity that many new faces will get to compete for starting and reserve roles for this upcoming fall. The Admirals will have ten practices dates that include a scrimmage with District 3-AAA Co-champion Campbell County on Friday, May 9th at FHS. Practice will culminate in the annual Blue-Grey game the following weekend. All players, coaches, and fans look forward to a tough, competitive spring session.

ReceiverTech Skills Training: June 9, 2014

 

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Next Season Starts Now! Begin your preparation for your 2014 Combine and Competitions with ReceiverTech Skills Training.

Farragut High School will be hosting the ReceiverTech Skills Training presented by Scott Collie on Monday, June 9, 2014 from 10:00am – 4:30pm.  The ReceiverTech Skills Training is open to athletes from 7th Grade – 12th Grade. Space is limited to 30 Athletes.

Early Registration is $155.00 per player thru June 2, 2014. Registration Fees will increase to $189.00 beginning June 3, 2014.

Dave Kirkendall and Coach Courtney have worked very hard to secure this date for the training of our athletes. If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact Dave at davekirkendall@aol.com. You can also go to the ReceiverTech website: www.ReceiverTech.com or call Scott Collie at 888-972-6554.

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2014 National Signing Day for Admiral Seniors

Two Admiral seniors have spent months planning their college careers since hanging up their pads.  On Wednesday, February 5, seniors Bryan Phillips and Billy Williams officially signed their National Letters of Intent to Southern Virginia University and University of Northern Iowa , respectively.

 

40__2054    #8 QB Bryan Phillips, Southern Virginia University

     Son of Ken and Kim Phillips, Bryan pass for 1471 yards and 18 TDs on 172 attempts his senior season. He added 255 yards rushing and 3 TDs on 68 rushes.  For his career he finished 3rd all-time in school history for passing yards(3538) and touchdowns(41).  Selected to the 2013 All-District 4-6A Team. Click here for signing day interview.

Click Here for Bryan’s Highlights

 

40__2052    #4 TE Billy Williams, University of Northern Iowa

     Son of Yolanda Sanders and Billy Williams Sr, Billy caught 23 passes for 396 yards and 8 TDs on 2013. He added 83 yards rushing and 3 TDs on 17 attempts. He also returned a kickoff 99 yards for a TD against rival Bearden. Throughout his three season at the varsity level, Billy was one of the most productive TEs in school history. He was selected to the 2013 All-District 4-6A Team and named District TE of The Year. He was selected to the KNS All-PrepXtra Team, along with being selected to play in the 2013 Toyota East-West All-Star Game. Click here for signing day interview. 

Click Here for Billy’s Highlights

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