Overtime, Nov. 9 Pt. 1
A welcome to our last news 12 overtime of the season.
I'm rick nyman.
And i'm angela moryan.
After three straight losing seasons, east hamilton is hoping new head coach grant reynolds can get them to the second round of the playoffs for the first time since 2015.
The hurricanes come in to friday night's playoff game against sullivan south averaging 38 points a game!
East hamilton with renewed energy in the chilly night.
=== the canes blast in first.
Quarterback haynes eller connects with running back adam caudle.
7-0 east ham.
=== rebels clap back next drive.
Running back julian reed using fancy foot work to get around the canes defense for a pretty pickup.
That set up a short touchdown to tie it at 7.
=== next canes drive, caudle has a few tricks up his own sleeve.
Jukes his way out of two tackles.
Canes miss the 52-yard field goal to end the drive.
=== flip sides, running back eli topping skirts through untouched for the rebels second touchdown.
14-7 sullivan south.
=== reed adds another score for the rebels from the wildcat.
13-yard touchdown makes it 21-7 rebels.
=== east ham attemps a comeback.
However, the rebels just far enough ahead to get the win.
28-24 the final.
Still no score at halftime.
That's not stopping the lions' energy.
=== running back lumiere strickland gets it going for red bank.
He scampers through the defense for the first touchdown of the game.
=== sequatchie fumbles the ball on the kickoff.
It's red bank ball again.
Quarterback madox wilkey drops back... almost picked off!!
However reciever kel eddins grabs the rebound.
=== that sets up this a couple plays later.
Strickland bobbing and weeving his way into the endzone.
His second score of the night.
It's 14-0 lions.
=== lions feasting now.
Safety reco trimble snags a deflection of his own.
That's an interception, and he gets a nice little return from it too.
=== receiver lucas brown hauls in the third and final red bank touchdown to help the lions advance, 21-0 the final.
Happy valley meigs co knox fulton rhea co east robertson bledsoe co bearden mcminn co after going 0-10 last season, boyd buchanan wasn't exactly favored to make the playoffs this season.
However, the bucs went out and authored an incredible turn- around this year.
They finished 8-2 and earned a home playoff game against lipscomb academy.
Super bowl champ trent dilfer coaching his lipscomb mustangs on the chilly night.
=== boyd down 20-14 at halftime.
The defense comes out of the break with a vengence.
Ball pops out.
Recovered by defensive lineman james marsh.
=== it's the bucs ball but not for long.
A couple plays later, running back matthew stone fumbles the ball.
Mustangs take over.
=== and they take the momentum with them.
Get a load of this catch.
Bobbled and two feet in for receiver kyle mcnamara.
=== running back jaydn lyles finishes the job on the wide sweep.
=== boyd needing something good to happen, and it does right here.
Ensuing kick off, returner aaron sumrall carrying that ball all.
=== however, even that spectacular play not enough to keep boyd alive.
Lipscomb wins 41-27 ccs with their first ever home playoff game tonight as they entertained cak of knoxville.
Charger fans got to bolt up in the cold weahttp: ccs the give to traveon scott.
He gets free in the secondary and cruises in for the score.
Chargers defense working hard to make that seven point lead stand.
Here's a tackle for no loss by number 50.
Your number wasn't on our roster.
Then the warriors try to run.
Damarcus hinton says not on my watch.
Final ccs wins 42 to 10 jo byrns south pitt gordonsville copper basin whitwell monterey sale creek clay co they playoffs are here and so are the hits but i think we have found the best hit of the night.
This week's ribwrecker comes from the tyner westmoreland game.
Rams keyonis trammell gets wrecked while doing a little wrecking himself.
Lets see that again in slow motion, looks like a hit from both teams. coming up next on news 12 overtime, walker valley and bradley central seek playoff wins in knoxville, and soddy daisy looks to end their playoff curse against oak