Oakland turned in a dominating performace over Maryville in the Class 6A semifinal game at Ray Hughes Stadium Friday:
Bryan Barrett with the call on State Farm Prep Football. The Patriots forced six Maryville turnovers - three fumbles and three interceptions, the first one by junior cornerback De'Arre McDonald was the first touchdown of the game:
Safety DeDe Anderson and linebacker Quinton Buczynski also had picks while Malik Siebert, Kameron Goodrich and Aaron Moore recovered Rebel fumbles.
The shutout of Maryville was the first in 18-years for the Rebels, who had only 131-yards total offense.
Oakland was able to rack up 222-yards in offense, including a 9:54, 16-play, 80-yard drive which was capped off with this Woodi Washington touchdown run:
Oakland will play the Whitehaven Tigers Thursday night at 7 o'clock, in a rematch of the 2016 state title game.
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INT by De'Arre McDonald, DeDe Anderson & Quinton Buczynski and fumble recoveries by Malik Siebert, Kameron Goodrich and Aaron Moore. The Patriot defense held Maryville to 131-yards total offense and shut out the Rebels for the first time since 2000.
Oakland 38, Maryville 0
NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Oakland vs. Whitehaven (Thur 11-29-18), 7pm, Tucker Stadium in Cookeville