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The COMMANDOS got their first victory of 2020 at Memorial Stadium in a game that ended early. After kicking off to start the game against Giles County, #8 Brent Rowe would score the first points of the night for HHS by getting a tackle in the endzone on the first snap giving HHS a 2-0 lead. After receiving the free kick, the COMMANDOS would drive down the field before calling on #27 Andrew Martin to hit a 27-yard fieldgoal putting HHS up 5-0. #25 Torin Baker would recover the ensuing kickoff to give HHS the ball again, but this drive would end with a punt. A bad snap would set the Bobcats up at just 17 yards from the endzone and on their 1st offense snap, they would score with a 17-yard TD pass to take the lead 5-7. The teams would trade punts before Baker would get the COMMANDO offense moving before Rowe scored with a 10-yard run to give HHS the lead back at 12-5. A sack by #61 Donnell Brown would help HHS force a 3 & out. A fumble by HHS followed by a couple of punts by each team would see the score remain the same until late in the 1st half when Brown would find the endzone with a 1-yard TD run. The game would become final after a lightning delay giving HHS a 19-7 victory improving their record to 1-1 on the season. Hendersonville will be in Memorial Stadium again next Friday night as they will play their first Region 4-6A game of the season against the Station Camp Bison (0-2).



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