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RHS Football Game Recap Week 9
Rockwood Takes Down Hancock County 48-6

Oct. 19, 2018 @ Rockwood

Box Score 1 2 3 4 Final
Rockwood 14 27 7 0 48
Hancock County 0 0 6 0 6

1st Quarter HAN ROC
ROC #12 Nate Bracket pass complete to #20 Dade Turner for 41 yards. Touchdown! (Point after kick by #29 Ben Woodall good) 0 7
ROC #17 Caleb Bowen runs to the Indians 1 for 9 yards. Fumble! (Team) Recovered by #10 Dylan Williams. (Point after kick by #29 Ben Woodall good) 0 14
2nd Quarter HAN ROC
ROC #17 Caleb Bowen runs for 35 yards. Touchdown! (Point after kick by #29 Ben Woodall good) 0 21
ROC #10 Dylan Williams runs for 7 yards. Touchdown! (Point after kick by #29 Ben Woodall good) 0 28
ROC #8 Octavious Worthy runs for 42 yards. Touchdown! (Point after kick by #29 Ben Woodall no good) 0 34
ROC #9 Dom Simpson runs for 52 yards. Touchdown! (Point after kick by #29 Ben Woodall good) 0 41
3rd Quarter HAN ROC
ROC #45 Austin Orr runs for 2 yards. TD! (Point after kick by #14 Cody White good) 0 48
HAN #13 runs for 18 yards. Touchdown! (Two point conversion run by #34 no good) 6 48

Team Stats HAN RHS
Number of Plays 43 33
Total Offense 180 355
Rushing Attempts - Yards 30 - 130 30 - 303
Passing: Completions - Atts 6 - 13 3 - 3
Passing Yards 50 52
Passing: Touchdowns - Ints 0 - 0 1 - 0
Fumbles - Lost 1 - 1 2 - 1
Turnovers 1 1
First Downs 9 15
First Downs - Rushing 6 13
First Downs - Passing 3 2
Third Down Conversions/Atts 3/11 (27.3%) 2/4 (50%)
Fourth Down Conversions/Atts 1/4 (25%) 1/2 (50%)
Penalties - Yards 4 - 20 2 - 20
Punts - Average 4 - 18 0 - 0

Passing Stats Cmp Att Yds Cmp% TD Int
#12 Nate Bracket 3 3 52 100% 1 0

Rushing Stats Att Yds Avg TD
#9 Dom Simpson 2 72 36 1
#8 Octavious Worthy 3 58 19.3 1
#17 Caleb Bowen 5 56 11.2 1
#12 Nate Bracket 2 28 14 0
#2 Abe Gaskins 4 24 6 0
#10 Dylan Williams 3 22 7.3 1
#7 Tahj Bazel 3 17 5.7 0
#15 Ryan Nelson 2 8 4 0
#45 Austin Orr 2 5 2.5 1

Receiving Stats Rec Yds Avg TD
#20 Dade Turner 1 41 41 1
#7 Tahj Bazel 2 11 5.5 0

Kicking Stats FG FGA XP Pts
#29 Ben Woodall 0 0 5 5
#14 Cody White 0 0 1 1

Punt Return Stats Att Yds Avg TD
#12 Nate Bracket 2 20 10 0

Kick Return Stats Att Yds Avg TD
#10 Dylan Williams 1 12 12 0

Game Summary By Ed Greif

The Rockwood Tigers celebrated homecoming and senior night with a 48-6 victory over Hancock County to give Coach John Webb is 150th career victory. The Tigers dominated their guests, compiling 358 total yards (305 rushing and 53 passing) to 177 for Hancock County (104 rushing and 73 yards passing).

Fourteen different Tigers carried the football, led by Octavious Worthy (4 carries for 77 yards), Dom Simpson (2 carries, 71 yards),and Caleb Bowen (4 carries, 46 yards), while Nate Bracket completed 3-of-3 passes for 53 yards.

An 18-yard kickoff return by Ethan Short gave Hancock County the ball at their 28. A 17-yard pass from T.J. Poore to Short opened the drive, but the Tiger defense led Bracket, John Metcalfe, Jai Worthy, Tazel Bazel and John Gann stopped the march on downs at the Rockwood 48-yard line.

Three plays later, Bracket passed 41 yards to Dade Turner for a TD, after carries by O. Worthy and Dylan Williams. Ben Woodall booted the PAT for a 7-0 lead with 8:21 left in the first quarter.

After holding the Indians to three plays and out, the Tigers took over at the Hancock County 39. O. Worthy capped the five-play drive with a 9-yard run for a 13-0 lead. Woodall made it 14-0 with 4:16 left in the first quarter.

Hancock County took over at their 28 after a 13-yard kickoff return by Seth Hipshire, where they picked up first down on four running plays and an 8-yard pass from Poore to Short, but the Tigers' defense led by Williams, Dalton Moss,Austin Quick, Jai Worthy and Gann forced a punt, which was blocked by Gann at the HC 39-yard line.

Bazel picked up three yards, but fumbled, with Jack Bolden recovering for Hancock County, whose drive stalled on downs at their 40-yard line. Two plays later, Bowen raced 35-yards to give the Tigers a 20-0 lead with 11:03 left in the half. Woodall booted the PAT for a 21-0 lead.

Hancock returned the ensuing kick 19 yards, but two plays later, Devin Blevins fumbled with Quick recovering for the Tigers at the HC 33-yard line. Rockwood drove the distance in six plays to take a 27-0 lead on Williams' 6-yard run. Bazel and Bowen also carried the pigksin. Woodall booted the PAT for the 28-0 with 7 minutes in the half.

Another three and out by Hancock County turned the ball over to the Tigers at their 34, where they drove the distance in three plays to score on O. Worthy's 42-yard run, but Woodall's PAT was no good, leaving RHS ahead 34-0.

After holding Hancock County to three plays and out on the ensuing possession, the Tigers took over at their 48, where Simpson raced 52 yards to give his team a 40-0. Woodall's PA made it 41-0.

Hancock County took the ensuing kick at their 25, where Hipshire carried twice for 11 yards and passed to Blevins for a good gain, but a holding penalty reduced the pass to four yards, Poore passed 18 yards to Hipshire to end the first half.

Williams returned the ensuing kick 12 yards to the Tigers' 47 yard line, where they drove the distance in eight plays to take a 47-0 lead on Austin Orr's 2-yard run. Cody White's PAT made it 48-0 with the TSSAA mercy rule in place.

Hancock's final possession of the third quarter produced a TD, an 18-yard run by Short, but the PAT was no good, leading the score at 48-6. Both teams had one more possession in the contest.

Leading tacklers for the Tigers with one or more stops were Gavin Evans, Bracket, Metcalfe, J. Worthy, Bazel, Gann, Williams, Dillon Garrett, Moss, Quick, Ryan Nelson, Simpson, Gaskins, Billy Cofer, While, Jack Alexander, Eric Fairchild, Clay Thompson and Orr.

Rockwood (1-2, 5-4) closes out the regular season at Cumberland Gap (0-3, 6-3).

Players of the week for Hancock County Game are: Offense: #17 Caleb Bowen and Defense: #10 Dylan Williams

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Week 9 - Rockwood Vs. Hancock County

10/19/2018

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