Tate Aggies Fall To Chiles, Celebrate Senior Night And HOCO Part II (With Photo Gallery)

October 26, 2019

It was a night of many emotions Friday night for the Tate High School Aggies as they Tate High School Aggies celebrated Senior Night, Homecoming Part II, and worried about a player taken away by ambulance.

The Aggies fell to Tallahassee Chiles  45-7.

Tate’s lone score of the night came on a pass from senior Ethan George to junior Keishawn Qualls with a good extra point kick from Matthew Johnson.

The Homecoming Court, including Queen Tayler Mills, first runner-up Avery Young, and second runner-up Baylor Phillips, had a chance to walk across the field after the October 18 homecoming game was postponed by Tropical Storm Nestor.  And one homecoming court member, Payton Simmons, was escorted by six Escambia County deputies [learn why by clicking here].

After taking a hard hit, Tate Aggie Jacori Simpkins was transported to the hospital for treatment.  According to the Tate Quarterback Club early Saturday morning, Simpkins was in good spirits and was allowed visits from his teammates and coaches.

The Tate Aggies (1-8. 0-2) will wrap up their season next Friday night at West Florida (1-7, 1-2).

For more game abnd homecoming court photos, click here.

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


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