CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — Centennial came to Rossview and put on an offensive show, rolling to a 40-8 victory at Hawks Stadium in a Region 7-5A game.
Centennial (8-1, 6-0) faces Henry County next week, while Rossview (6-3, 3-3) faces Northeast next week to determine its playoff fate.
Centennial led Rossview 33-0 at halftime.
The tone was established on the opening play of the game as Texas A&M-bound Tyrel Dodson took the opening kickoff 87 yards for a Centennial touchdown. The Cougars followed with a two-point conversion and were up 8-0 with 11:40 remaining in the first quarter.
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Devious Christman had 15 catches from quarterback Tristan Pisacane for 118 yards and a touchdown. Mondu Sawyers caught nine passes from Pisacane for 142 yards and two scores.
A field goal and two successful two-point conversions gave the Cougars 33 points at the break.
Rossview did have some flashes on defense, as Fred Orr and Isaiah Philips each made interceptions in the end zone, but the offense was unable to achieve much success against Centennial’s quick defense.
With 6:34 remaining in the third quarter, Sawyers scored a 25-yard touchdown to extend Centennial’s lead to 40-0. Rossview’s Ethan Clayton later broke to the outside and scored on an 85-yard run.
“Centennial outplayed us tonight, it’s as simple as that,” Rossview coach Ron Lambert said. “Other than that, I’ve got nothing else to say about it. We’ve got one game left and we need one win to get in, so we’ll see Northeast next week.”