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
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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