|Wildcats and Tigers ousted|
|Monday, November 5, 2012|
Brentwood too much for WCHS
Two fumbles and two interceptions gave the host Bruins extra possessions and the No. 2-seeded Brentwood squad took advantage. QB Austin Winfree scored twice on two-yard runs and the Brentwood defense limited Wilson Central to just 84 yards on the ground.
Brentwood (10-1) advances to a second round game Nov. 9 vs. Nashville Overton while Wilson Central ends the season 8-3 overall.
Cascade tops Tigers 24-21
The Champions (7-4) took advantage of several costly Watertown turnovers and held the Purple Tigers out on a pair of trips inside the red zone.
Watertown (7-4) took a 7-0 lead on Luke Turner's 18 yard TD run early in the first quarter, then fell behind 14-7 on a couple of Cascade scores by Creed Rose.
Turner broke loose on a 44 yard TD run midway through the second quarter, only to see Cascade counter on a Matthew Combs pick-six interception of QB Ty Jobe with 2:26 left before intermission. Cascade led 21-14 at halftime.
Trent Sutton banged home a 24 yard field goal for Cascade with 1:26 left in the game, but Watertown's defense recovered a fumble, allowing Jobe to throw a 14 yard TD pass to Cooper Jacobsen at the 1:09 mark.
Watertown finished with 339 yards in total offense while Cascade managed 295. Turner led all ground gainers with 110 yards on 14 carries.