Springfield’s Bryan Hayes is this week’s Stewart William Furniture Company’s Robertson County POW

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The last time White House and Springfield High School met, the boys from White House were able to turn back the Jacket horde, 16-14. In the 2018 rematch, the defending Class 4A, State finalists, proved overwhelming. Tailback Keith Jones started the avalanche for the Jackets, rambling in from 22 yards away in an offensive play which signaled the beginning of a long night for White House. Class of 2019, QB, and former recipient of this same award, got his groove on from there.

Bryan Hayes ran 53 yards from scrimmage to set up Springfield at the one yard line where he would take it in, a play later, to push Springfield’s lead to 12-3. After a White House fumble set up Springfield at the White House 43, Hayes completed a 43 yard pass to Dayron Fat Cat Johnson for a TD to push the margin to 19-3. Then Hayes took a second one in on the ground from 9 yards out to make it 25-3. In perhaps the most spectacular play of the night, at least through the air, Hayes hit Fat Cat over the top on a play covering 75 yards and setting up Springfield inside the two yard line. The Jackets took that into the end zone to push the score to 26-3.

On a night where the outcome was never in question, the Yellow Jackets were all over White House with the final margin landing on 47-10. This pushes Springfield’s record to 4-1 on the year, with a loss to the Wildcats from Clarksville High School its only blemish. Next up for the Class 4A, football powerhouse, is a trip to Hendersonville, Tennessee to rumble with the Beech Buccaneers, themselves 3-2 on the year and coming off a 49-0 beat down of Hunters Lane.

Congratulations to Bryan Hayes (again) for being selected this week’s Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week. Join us next week as we anoint a new recipient.

Reporting forKPGFootball, this is Fletcher Long reminding all of you ballers out there that #WeGotUCovered and to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE.

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