Fort Campbell wins Army Bowl, 65-0

Fort Campbell wins Army Bowl, 65-0


Fort Campbell wins Army Bowl, 65-0


FORT KNOX, Ky. – Isiah Washington scored two touchdowns — one coming on the game’s first play — and Fort Campbell won the annual Army Bowl beating Fort Knox 65-0.

The Falcons scored on all 10 of their possessions, nine touchdowns and a field goal.

It was the 10th straight year the Falcons (3-1) won the Army Bowl.

Washington ran for a 52-yard TD in the first half and finished with 76 yards on five carries. He had two catches for 81 yards.

Washington’s effort was overshadowed by a four touchdown effort from running back Triston Luke, who had 134 yards on seven carries. Luke scored on touchdown runs of 34, 11, 42 and 10-yards. Aaron Otto added a 29-yard touchdown and Zack Lee scored on an 18-yard run.

Fort Campbell finished with 372 yards on the ground, while adding 96 yards through the air.

Defensively, Fort Knox was held to a pair of first downs and a total of 31 yards.

Rossview 49, Montgomery Central 0

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Rossview improved to 2-2 with a lopsided win on Friday over Montgomery Central.

Rossview quarterback Charles Talleyrand threw for three touchdowns, completing 60 percent of his pass attempts. Aaron Merriweather caught two of those touchdown passes, including one with a second left before halftime.

On the ground, running back Isaiah Johnson ran for two touchdowns and 162 yards on 16 carries.

Defensively, the Hawks held Montgomery Central to 67 total yards and had a defensive touchdown when David Ross returned an interception 55 yards for a score.

Stewart County 35, Dresden 7

DRESDEN, Tenn. – Stewart County fell to 1-3 with a 35-7 loss to Dresden on Friday.

Stewart County (1-3) took the lead early, using its first possession to jump ahead 7-0. Dresden scored twice before the end of the first quarter for a 13-7 lead and went into halftime holding a 21-7 advantage.

Dresden added a touchdown in the third and fourth quarters.

Henry County 60, Northwest 8

PARIS, Tenn – . Northwest fell to 0-2 in District 10-AAA and 0-4 overall with a 60-8 loss to the defending Class 5A state champions on Friday.

No other information was provided before deadline on Friday.

Dickson County 42, Kenwood 26

DICKSON, Tenn. – Kenwood gave Dickson County all it could handle before losing 42-26 in a District 10-AAA game on Friday. The loss dropped Kenwood to 0-2 and 1-3. Dickson County is 2-0 and 4-0.

No other information was provided before deadline on Friday.

Houston County 28, Waverly 14

WAVERLY, Tenn. – Houston County, ranked No. 8 in the Class 2A poll, moved to 4-0 with a win over one of its biggest and oldest rivals on Friday. The Irish (4-0) led 14-0 after the first quarter and went into halftime leading 22-0.

No additional information was provided before deadline on Friday.


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