McCallie Beats MBA For State Title

Video Credit: WDEF CBS Chattanooga, TN
Published on December 6, 2019 -
McCallie Beats MBA For State Title

McCallie Beats MBA For State Title

Mccallie was back in the state title game tonight for the first time since 2006 as they battled m-b-a.

Ironically, that was also the last year that big blue beat big red.

Mccallie want that gold ball back in chattanooga.

First quarter, m-b-a quarterback marcel reed is picked off by thompson byrd.

That's an easy pick six.

32-yards to make it 7-0.

Mccallie's defense was the story in this one.

Besides racking up points, they were racking up sacks.

Aaron crowder with one of big blue's nine sacks tonight, a new state championship game record.

Second quarter.

We're tied at seven.

Deangelo hardy the pitch to eric rivers who goes 44 yards for the touchdown.

Mccallie was up 14-7 at the break.

The blue tornado offense kicked into gear in the second half.

B-j harris breaks free.

He's going to race 49 yards before he's knocked out of bounds around the 15.

Moments later.

Snap to deangelo hardy.

He scoots in for the score to make it 21-7.

Hardy had a huge game.

He blows up the middle and runs over thirty yards.

Big blue knocking on the door again.

Hardy will find the end zone again.

This t-d makes it 28-7.

Hardy rushed for 103-yards.

Mccallie had 273 as a team.

And they get the gold ball with a 28-7 victory.

With more we go live to angela moryan from cookeville.

Toss to sot: that was the difference maker according to coach ralph potter potter:"we knew they were going to have trouble blocking our guys up front.

That's the best kind of pass defense you can have is to sack their quarterback and put pressure one them.

I didn't count them during the game.

I knew we were getting a lot of pressure on him.

That was great."

Jay hardy:"probably the best week i've had ever.

I might have a better one.

I don't think anything is going to top this one right now."

Deangelo hardy:"i dreamed of this moment all my life every year since 8th grade i've told myself and my classmates i was going to win win four state championships.

We got our last one.

That means a lot to us.

Means a lot to our community we just played a heck of a game."

Meigs county stud quarterback aaron swafford got the tigers to the state

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