MARYVILLE — It was a chance for Ooltewah to gain some momentum.
The Maryville football team dominated the first half, taking a four-touchdown lead with 6 minutes, 34 seconds, left before giving the ball back to the Owls. Ooltewah drove 75 yards on 16 plays, calling its last timeout on the Rebels’ 5-yard line with 10 seconds left.
Kyrell Sanford took the snap and rolled to his left, but was immediately swallowed by the defense, falling to the turf as the clock struck zero on the Owls only scoring opportunity.
That was the theme for the game, as the Rebels held an Ooltewah offense that was averaging more than 31.1 points per contest to just 103 total yards.subscribe to read full article