Tate Aggies Tame The Pensacola High Tigers In 37-0 Shutout (With Photo Gallery)

August 24, 2019

The Tate Aggies opened the 2019 regular season at home with a big 37-0 win over the Pensacola High School Tigers Friday night.

Tate opened scoring in the first with a field goal from 37-yards out from Matt Johnson for a 3-0 lead over the Tigers. Tate added a touchdown to round out the first quarter from Keaton Solmonson for a 10-0 lead.

In the second, Gavin Grice found the endzone. With a missed point after, the Aggies were up 16-0.

Tate added touchdowns from Kesean Williams, Keontral Culpeper and Ethan George for the 37-0 shutout win over the PHS Tigers.

For a photo gallery, click here.

Next week, the Tate Aggies will be at Pine Forest before back to back road trips to Tallahassee — September 6 at Lincoln and September 13 at Leon. The Aggies won’t be back in their house at Pete Gindl Stadium until September 20 when they host the Bulldogs of Crestview.

NorthEscambia.com photos by Jennifer Repine, click to enlarge.

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