Northview Toppled By South Walton

September 9, 2017

The 1-A Northview Chiefs fell 23-18 on the road at the 4-A South Walton Seahawks Friday night.

The Chiefs were coming off a 41-14 home opener loss last week against Escambia Academy of Canoe, AL.

Northview took the lead Friday night with 4:51 to go in the first quarter on a quarterback keeper from junior Seth Killam. With a miss on the point after kick, the Chiefs were up 6-0 in Santa Rosa Beach.

The Seahawks answered with three passing touchdowns of their own in the second quarter to take a 21-6 lead over the visiting Chiefs as they headed into the locker room at halftime.’

But Northview was out to dominate the scoring in the second half.

The Chiefs added another touchdown on a pass from Killam to Tim Bush  with 6:30 on the clock in the third.

With 9:27 left in the fourth quarter, freshman Jayden Jackson ran 83 yards to score another Northview touchdown. The Chiefs missed their two point conversion attempt.

The Seahawks went on to win it 23-18.

The Northview Chiefs (1-2) will be back home in Bratt next Friday night as they host the Blountstown Tigers (1-1) next Friday night at 7:00.

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One Response to “Northview Toppled By South Walton”

  1. Sam on September 9th, 2017 7:01 am

    Lookin like another long season.

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