FORT CAMPBELL, Ky.
Christian County took advantage of a costly turnover early in the second half to pull away for a 41-22 victory at Fort Campbell Friday night.
The Falcons held a one-point lead when they lost an errant pitch at their own 29 yard line on the second play of the third quarter, setting up one of Korey Mosley’s four rushing touchdowns. He scored again less than five minutes later on a 15-yard run and finished with 181 yards on 22 carries.
Fort Campbell sophomore Triston Luke rushed for 252 yards and three touchdowns of his own on just 20 carries, but the Falcons only reached the end zone once after halftime when Luke scored from 60 yards out. Ryan Knight completed 11 of 17 passes for 117 yards, including a 31-yard touchdown pass to Jarvis Irby that put the game away early in the fourth quarter.
The loss dropped Fort Campbell to 3-2 on the season with district play set to begin next week.
Christian County 7 7 14 13 – 41
Fort Campbell 7 6 3 6 – 22
CC – Korey Mosley 3 yard run (Taylor Cunningham kick) 6:15
FC – Triston Luke 51 yard run (David Sams kick) 1:35
FC – Luke 1 yard run (kick blocked) 7:13
CC – Mosley 7 yard run (Cunningham kick) 4:13
CC – (recovered fumble on 29) Mosley 15 yard run (Cunningham kick) 9:57
CC – Mosley 18 yard run (Cunningham kick) 5:48
FC – Sams 36 yard field goal 3:16
CC – Jarvis Irby 31 yard pass from Ryan Knight (run failed) 10:43
FC – Luke 60 yard run (pass failed) 9:04
CC – Marcus Cook 5 yard run (Cunningham kick) 3:35
Clarksville Academy 49 East Robertson 6
Clarksville Academy used a huge third quarter to steamroll East Robertson in a 49-6 road win Friday night.
Cougars receiver Jalil Stubbs got the scoring started with an 88-yard touchdown pass from Jacob Rugen midway through the first quarter. East Robertson responded with a touchdown less than three minutes later, but the kick missed and CA wouldn’t allow any more points the rest of the way.
Rugen threw for 249 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 81 yards, including a 53-yard touchdown to put the Cougars ahead 14-6 in the first quarter. Stubbs finished with 119 yards and three total touchdowns, and Clay Goad added another 119 yards receiving for Clarksville Academy, which improved to 5-0 and 2-0 in District 10-A play with a key matchup with Portland looming next week.
Clarksville Academy 14 7 21 7 –49
East Robertson 6 0 0 0 — 6
CA – Jalen Stubbs 88 yard pass from Jacob Rugen (Justin Hood kick) 4:47
ER – #13 6 yard run (kick failed) 2:11
CA – Rugen 53 yard run (Justin Hood kick) 0:54
CA – Stubbs 25 yard pass from Rugen 10:00
CA – Ron Washington 26 yard run 7:42
CA – Stubbs 1 yard run 2:56
CA – Jordan Patton 11 yard pass from Rugen :20
CA Ivan Purcell 4 yard pass from Travis Swailes (Jarred Stanford) 4:08
Harpeth 34, Stewart County 28 OT
Stewart County rallied back from a three-touchdown deficit in the second half only to fall 34-28 to Harpeth in overtime Friday night.
After a 7-7 first quarter, Harpeth dominated the second to take a 21-7 lead into halftime. Stewart County gave up another touchdown in the third quarter before storming back with three touchdowns to tie the game and send it into overtime. The loss dropped the Rebels to 1-4.
Lewis County 27, Creek Wood 0
Lewis County beat Creek Wood 27-0. No other information was available before press time on Friday.
Dickson County 45, Northwest 6
Northwest dropped another District 10-AAA game, this time losing to Dickson County. No other information was available before press time.
Waverly 36, Montgomery Central 7
Waverly beat Montgomery Central on Friday night in a District 11-AA game. No other information was available before deadline.
Soccer Franklin 3, Clarksville 2
Clarksville rallied back from a two-goal deficit but a late strike from Josie Deere gave Franklin a 3-2 win in the Ladies Championship Tournament at Pope John Paul Friday night. Cat Horton and Ella Baggett scored for the Lady Wildcats, who will face Whitehouse in their next tourney game Saturday at 10 a.m.
Goals: Clarksville – Cat Horton (32nd), Ella Baggett (42nd); Franklin – Josie Deere 2 (16th, 70th), Callie McKinney (20th).
Assists: Clarksville – Amber Colvin.
Goalkeepers: Franklin – Emily Birchfield, Jessica Harvey (6 saves); Clarksville – Melia Correa (7 saves).
Records: Clarksville 6-3-0, Franklin 7-0-1.