Watertown Sinks DeKalb County 48-14
The DeKalb County Tigers dropped their third game in a row losing to the visiting Watertown Purple Tigers 48-14 Friday night in Smithville.
The loss puts the Tigers at 1-3 on the season with a trip to Grundy County on the schedule next Friday night, September 14.
Watertown, ranked as high as number two in the state, is now 4-0.
The purple Tigers scored all their points in the first half starting with Heath Price who rambled 37 yards on a keeper with 9:03 left in the 1st period. Cole Miller added the extra point for a 7-0 Watertown lead.
Deramus Carey extended the purple Tiger lead on a 90 yard touchdown run with 3:23 left in the 1st period. The PAT attempt was no good but Watertown led 13-0
Carey scored his second touchdown of the night on a 33 yard run with 10:23 to go in the 2nd period. Price took it in for the 2 point conversion and the purple Tigers were up 21-0.
Watertown’s Brandon Watts scored on a 17 yard touchdown run with 8:15 left in the 2nd period. Miller tacked on the extra point and the purple Tigers owned a 28-0 lead.
Carey got his third and final touchdown of the game on a 39 yard run with 4:53 left in the 2nd period. The PAT by Miller put Watertown up 35-0
Quanterrius Hughes Malone added another score for Watertown after recovering a DeKalb County fumble and racing 25 yards for a touchdown with 4:30 to go in the 2nd period. Miller’s extra point extended Watertown’s lead to 42-0.
The final score for the purple Tigers came on a 6 yard quarterback keeper by Brayden Cousino with 3:07 left in the 2nd period. The PAT attempt was no good but Watertown led 48-0.
After two games and 10 quarters without a touchdown, DeKalb County broke the streak as Axel Aldino scored on a 4 yard quarterback keeper with 5:01 left in the 3rd period. Andrew Fuson connected on the PAT and the Tigers trailed 48-7.
DeKalb County added one more score with 7:37 left in the 4th period as Aldino found Tanner Myers on a 53 yard pass play for a touchdown. Fuson added the extra point and the final score was 48-14 in favor of Watertown
Lady Saints Soccer Team Sports 4-1 Conference Record
The Lady Saints soccer team is off to a great start as they support a 4-1 conference record.
After beating Watertown in the Pre-season, the Lady Saints traveled to Prescott South Middle School to take on the Bulldogs on August 21st and escape with a 2-1 victory. Behind a goal from Raven Savage and Micah Bogle along with some strong defense, the Lady Saints begin conference play 1-0.
Goals: Raven Savage, Micah Bogle
On August 23rd, the visiting Upperman Yellow Jackets come to town. The Lady Saints offense came to play as the home team wins this one, 5-0.
Goals: Micah Bogle (2), Caroline Tobitt, Raven Savage, Darrah Ramsey
Assists: Raven Savage, Melody Beltran
After a great conference start, the Lady Saints run into a roadblock on August 28th at Cumberland Co. The Lady Saints struggle to score as they lose this match 5-0.
The Lady Saints looked to bounce back as rival Avery Trace came to town on August 30th. The Lady Saints do just that behind a hat trick by Caroline Tobitt with a 6-1 victory.
Goals: Caroline Tobitt (3), Melody Beltran, Riley Garmer, Raven Savage
Assists: Micah Bogle (2), Raven Savage, Caroline Tobitt
The Lady Saints keep rolling on August 31st against visiting Fentress County. Behind goalkeeper Kelbi Young and defenders Jacklyn Kleparek and Darrah Ramsey, the Lady Saints get another victory 7-0.
Goals: Raven Savage (3), Caroline Tobitt (2), Jacklyn Kleparek, Micah Bogle
Assists: Kendall Davis (2), Jacklyn Kleparek, Micah Bogle
The second half of the Lady Saints’ season continues on Friday, September 7th at Macon Co where DMS looks to further improve their conference record.
Panthers Shutout Tigers 35-0
The DeKalb County Tigers lost to the Stone Memorial Panthers Friday night at Crossville 35-0.
After starting the season two weeks ago with a 19 to 14 win at home over Warren County, the Tigers have failed to find the endzone since losing to Upperman 43-0 last week at home and now to Stone Memorial 35-0.
The Tigers will host Watertown next Friday night, September 7 in Smithville. Kick-off is at 7 p.m. WJLE will have LIVE coverage.
Watertown is 3-0 with wins at Gordonsville 48-8, at home against Mount Juliet Christian 61-7, and at Trousdale County 22-21.
Stone Memorial’s Thomas Arnold was in on all of the Panthers’ touchdowns in the first half against the Tigers Friday night, scoring on runs of 20, 22, 1, and 2 yards and he threw a 25 yard touchdown pass to Jesus Murillo. Jaiden Sadowski connected on all five extra point attempts to give the panthers the 35-0 victory.
Arnold’s first touchdown came with 3:46 left in the 1st period on a 20 yard run and with the extra point the Panthers led 7-0.
Arnold found the endzone again on a 22 yard touchdown run with 1:11 left in the 1st period. After the PAT the Panthers led 14-0
Jesus Murillo scored on a 25 yard touchdown pass from Arnold with six seconds left in the 1st period. The extra point put the Panthers up 21-0.
Arnold scored on a 1 yard touchdown run with 3:20 left in the 2nd period and after the extra point Stone Memorial led 28-0.
Arnold scored his final touchdown of the game on a 2 yard run with 14 seconds left in the 2nd period. Sadowski connected on the extra point and the Panthers won 35-0.
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