Wildcats drop sixth straight, blanked by Gallatin

GALLATIN — Wilson Central dropped its sixth straight game dating back to last season 33-0 to Gallatin on Friday night.
Sep 21, 2009

 

GALLATIN — Wilson Central dropped its sixth straight game dating back to last season 33-0 to Gallatin on Friday night.
The Wildcats' best chance to score came late in the game when they drove the ball inside the Gallatin 25-yard line. However, the clock ran out and the Green Wave took the victory to improve to 3-1 for the season and 1-1 in District 9-AAA.
"We can't capitalize on opportunities right now. Gallatin is a good football team," Wildcat coach Traye Aric said after Central slipped to 0-5, 0-2 this season.
Gallatin took the opening kickoff and drove 80 yards in four plays, The drive was capped by a 47-yard pass from Cody Matthews to DeVonn Fields. The extra point was good and less than two minutes into the game it was 7-0.
In the second quarter, Gallatin scored three times. The first came on a 55-yard field goal by James Satterfield. During the drive, a touchdown was called back on a penalty.
Gallatin committed seven penalties in the second half. Four of them came on the scoring drive that led to the field goal.
Wilson Central was lined up to punt but a snap went over Jackson Redditt's head He kicked the ball out of the end zone for a safety making the score 12-0.
The next score came on a 2-yard run by Matthews that was set up by a kick return after the safety as Gallatin got the ball on the 3-yard line.
Near the end of the half, Wilson Central drove into Gallatin territory but fumbled  the ball away as Gallatin recovered at its 10.
Gallatin scored twice more in the second half.
In the third quarter, Gallatin scored on a 10-yard pass from Matthews to Anthony Woodard.
The scoring was closed out in the final quarter with five minutes left as Maurice Box scored from a yard out.
Gallatin will host Brentwood next Friday night while Wilson Central will travel to Nashville to face McGavock. Both kickoffs will be at 7 p.m.

 

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