Junior Scrappers extend streak to 61 in a row with home win

    Coach Rick Baker (right) confers with the Junior Scrappers during the second half of their 34-12 victory over Camden Fairview Oct. 5 at Scrapper Stadium. Fairview scored early in the game before Nashville put up 3 touchdowns to take a 20-6 halftime lead. The Scrappers scored twice more in the second half to seal their 61st consecutive victory.

    The Nashville Junior Scrappers (5-0) made it 61 wins in a row as they defeated Camden Fairview 34-12  Oct. 5 at Scrapper Stadium.

    The Streak began with the last 2 games of the 2010 season.

    Fairview took an early lead on an 11-yard touchdown pass with 2:49 left in the first quarter.

    From there, it was all Scrappers as Ty Gordon opened the scoring on a 3-yard run with 49 seconds left in the first quarter. Ronald Pineda kicked the first of 4 successful PATS to put the Scrappers ahead 7-6.

    Quincey Garland added to the lead midway through the second quarter on an 8-yard run. With less than a minute to go before halftime, Gordon scored his second TD of the night on a 4-yard run, and the Scrappers held a 20-6 lead at halftime.

    Stewart caught a 33-yard scoring pass from Gordon with 6:51 left in the third quarter, putting the Scrappers up 27-0.

    Fairview’s final score of the night came on a 20-yard run with 3:58 to go in the third.

    Tyler Beene (left) and De’Vay Ragland (right) converge on the Fairview Cardinal for a tackle Oct. 5 at Scrapper Stadium.

    The Scrappers added another TD with 6:06 left in the game on a 1-yard run by Stewart, making the final score 34-12.

    Gordon completed 5 of 10 passes for 107 yards and 1 TD.

    Stewart was 1 of 3 passing for 28 yards. He was the games leading rusher with 10 carries for 111 yards and a touchdown. Gordon carried 11 times for 91 yards and 2 TDs. Garland rushed 3 times for 14 yards and a touchdown.

    Austin Hanson had 1 carry for 9 yards. Chanler Chapman ran twice for 8 yards. Ethan Gunter had 1 carry for 4 yards.

    Stewart was the Scrappers’ leading receiver with 2 catches for 39 yards and a touchdown.

    Tyler Beene had 1 reception for 30 yards. Will Pope made 1 catch for 28 yards. Hanson caught the ball twice for 38 yards.

    Tyler Beene (4) hauls in a pass from Ty Gordon Oct. 5 during the Junior Scrappers’ 34-12 win over Camden Fairview at Scrapper Stadium. With the win, the Scrappers extended their winning streak to 61 straight games dating back to the last 2 games of the 2010 season.

    The Scrappers had 363 total yards, including 231 rushing and 132 passing.

    Fairview recorded 78 yards rushing, 189 passing for 267 total yards.

    The Scrappers will be on the road to Ashdown Thursday, Oct. 12. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m.

    Eighth grade

    The eighth grade Scrappers are 4-0 on the season after defeating Fairview 30-20 Sept. 5.

    Aiden Chapman scored on a 62-yard pass from Gunter to put Nashville ahead 6-0 late in the first quarter.

    Gunter and Chapman connected on a 14-yard pass with 14 seconds before halftime for Nashville’s second TD. Gunter ran the ball for the 2-point conversion and a 14-0 lead.

    Fairview scored as time expired in the first half, closing the gap to 14-6 Nashville.

    Gunter threw a 49-yard scoring strike to Chanler Chapman with 4:13 left in the third quarter. A. Chapman ran for the 2-point conversion.

    Nashville’s final score of the night came on a 17-yard pass from Gunter to A. Chapman. Gunter passed to Garrett Willard for the 2-point conversion.

    Fairview scored twice in the second half.

    Gunter completed 6 of 10 passes for 148 yards and 4 touchdowns. A. Chapman had 3 catches for 93 yards and 3 TDs. C. Chapman had 2 receptions for 52 yards and a touchdown. Matthis Hibberd caught the ball once for 3 yards.

    Chapman ran the ball 67 times for 87 yards. C. Chapman had 8 carries for 22 yards. Gunter had 4 rushes for 20 yards.

    The Scrappers had 287 yards total offense, with 256 yards for Fairview.

    The eighth grade Scrappers will play at Ashdown Thursday, Oct. 12, at 5:30 p.m.

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