Tate Aggies Head Into The Playoffs

November 5, 2017

SUNDAY UPDATE: The Tate Aggies are headed to the playoffs. They will travel to St. Augustine Friday night at 7:30.

The Tate Aggies ended their regular season with a 57-13 win on the road at Smiths Station, AL. Whether or not the Aggies head into postseason play remains to be seen with a Florida High School Athletic Association announcement on Sunday.

At 6-3 overall, 2-1 in the district it was not clear Friday night if the Aggies will qualify for a playoff berth under a new mathematical points system implemented this year by the FHSAA.

The Aggies were first on the board with 10:20 on the clock in the first quarter, 8-0, before scoring another touchdown at the 6:21 mark, 15-0.

After a Smiths Station touchdown, the Aggie scored on a 48-yard pass from Hunter Riggan., 22-6. The Aggies scored on additional touchdowns from Ladarryl Page from 8 yards out in the second quarter and another run from Riggan with 30 seconds before the half. The Aggies held a commanding 43-6 lead going into halftime.

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One Response to “Tate Aggies Head Into The Playoffs”

  1. Scott Foster on November 9th, 2017 6:29 am

    Let the underdog eat!……GoAggies

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