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GOLF – Tuesday vs Macon County and Greenbrier at Country HIlls
Monday at JP2 4:30/5:30 JV/V
Tuesday at Hunters Lane 4:00/5:00 JV/V
Thursday – Hendersonville at home 4:00/5:00 JV/V
Wednesday – JV hosts Station Camp at 6pm
Thursday – Varsity at Sycamore 6pm
Thursday – Freshman vs HHS at 6:30pm
Friday – Varsity at HHS 7pm
Saturday – AF Bridges INvitational at Percy Warner Park – Steeplechase 9:30am
HENDERSONVILLE – On a warm homecoming evening the Beech Bucs took control early and rolled to a 67-0 win over region opponent Glencliff High School.
Glenclif won the toss and took the ball, but it was the only win they would have on the evening. Beech forced a three-and-out, and Ja’sean Parks took a handoff, and raced 36 yards for the first score on the Bucs second play from scrimmage.
After the first two series the second team went in on both sides of the ball for the Buccaneers. “It was good to get all the kids some significant playing time tonight. It was good experience for them and they did a good job with the opportunity,” said Beech coach Anthony Crabtree.
The route was on. Parks scored again five minutes later on a 41-yard run and he was done for the night. With 1:43 left in the first quarter Tysean Jefferson toted the rock 12 yards to pay-dirt for a 21-0 BHS lead.
With seven seconds left in the first quarter, Chris Townsend caught an 11 yard pass from backup QB Josh Jordan for a touchdown and a 28-0 lead.
Sophomore RB Patrick Hill added two second quarter touchdown runs and Corey Edwards knocked home a 29 yard field goal to go with a safety, and the Bucs lead at the half was 48-0 at the half.
“Patrick Hill ran real well for us tonight, it was good to get him some varsity experience,” said Crabtree.
Chris Townsed scored his second touchdown of the night as he returned the second half kick off 89 yards for the score. Caden Cutrell added a defensive score and sophomore QB Patrick Brown ran one in from 15-yards out to finish the scoring at 67-0 Beech.
Beech will travel to Hendersonville next week for a non region game at 7pm. “We were able to rest our starters tonight, so they should be ready to go next week. The game doesn’t mean anything in terms of region standings or playoffs but it’s a city pride thing. I hope we play better than we did last year,” said Crabtree.John Decker Updated Sep 6, 2019 MSM Publications
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Since no one came by for guidance and rules this year I thought we’d post these just in case!!
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9/3 – Volleyball vs Station Camp 5pm JV 6pm Varsity
9/3 – Soccer vs Hunters Lane 7om
9/5 – Soccer vs Clarksville 6:30pm
9/6- Soccer vs Henry Co. 6:15pm
9/7 – Soccer vs Independence 10-am
9/5 – Golf @ Legacy in Springfield vs Greenbrier and Lebanon
9/5 – Freshman FB @ Gallatin 6:30pm
9 /6 – Football Homecoming Parade 10am/HC festivities 6pm/Game 7pm
Sometimes its bettter to be lucky than good… when Henry County missed a 22 yard field goal attempt as time expired on Friday everybody present would agree. The game opened up and looked like it could be a very high scoring affair as three touchdowns were scored in just a few minutes.
However, both defenses settled in and it became an all out war. Beech was outgained by 150 yards of offense but used a Petey Parks 95 yard TD return of a kickoff after the Patriots had jukped out 7-0 to tie the game and a Jackson Long TD catch with 7 minutes left in the half to cut the lead to 14-13.
The PAT was no good which turned out to play a pivotal role in how the game would end. Corey Edwards hit a 39 yard field goal at th eend of the first half to give the Bucs the lead for good 16-14.
Adrian Johnson finished off along drive in the third quarter to put the Bucs up 22-14 as again the PAT was botched on the snap. Henry Co. scored just minutes into the 4th quarter to make it 22-20 and went for two to tie the game. The running back fumbled the ball into the endzone where Jackson Dolan recovered it to preserve the Buccaneer lead.
Late in the game the Bucs faced a 4th and 5 situation and decided to go for it on the Patriot 35 yard line. The Patriots held and marched down the field as time was running out. They were able to overcome a holding penalty and converted on 4th and 10 at the Beech 30 yard line.
Methodically they ran the ball and got a first and goal inside the 10 yard line with about 1:30 remaining on the clock. The next play they reached inside the one yard line to make it first and goal inside th e one with 45 seconds left but on the very next play Dolan and Shemuel Osteen broke thru the Patriot line to drop the running back for a 4 yard loss back tot he 5 yard line.
HC decided to run the ball back toward the middle of the field on the next play but did not gain a yard. They called timeout to set up a game winning 22 yard field goal attempt. (*Had Beech connected on the two extra piont attempts earlier in the game HC would have had no choice but to go for a TD) The kick was WIDE RIGHT – Bucs win
RUSHING – J. Parks 19 for 81 yds, T. Jefferson 16 for 52 yds, A. Johnson 2 for 5 yds (TD) and X. Jones 2 for 15 yds. PASSING – X. Jones 4 of 8 for 33 yds (TD) and C. Cutrell 1 of 1 for 8 yds.. RECEIVING – B. Whitley 3 for 23 yds,
C. Crowley 1 for 8 yds and J. Long 1 for 8 yds (TD). PUNTING – C. Cutrell 3 for 33.0 yd aver.
PUNT RETURNS – B. Sequra 2 for 24 yds. KICK OFF RETURNS – J. Parks 1 for 95 yds (TD),
A. Johnson 1 for 37 yds, T. Jefferson 1 for 6 yds and C. Townsend 1 for 18 yds.
FUMBLE RECOVERIES – J. Dolan.
Qtr Time Scoring info
1 7:41 HCHS – Jermarcus Johnson 6 yd run (Darrius Stephens kick) 0 7
1 7:24 BHS – Ja’Sean Parks 95 yd Kickoff Return (Cory Edwards kick) 7 7
1 5:49 HCHS – Joseph Travis 38 yd run (D. Stephens kick) 7 14
2 7:17 BHS – Jackson Long 8 yd pass from Xaviere Jones (kick missed) 13 14
2 0:00 BHS – C. Edwards 39 yd FG 16 14
3 5:00 BHS – Adrian Johnson 1 yd run (run failed) 22 14
4 8:49 HCHS – J. Johnson 6 yd run (run failed) 22 20