Washington Beats Tate; Other Saturday Scores (With Photo Gallery)

September 27, 2020

The Washington Wildcats defeated the Tate Aggies 44-0 Saturday afternoon.

The first half saw the Wildcats score five touchdown on their first five possessions at Sherman Robinson Stadium, along with a safety. Washington was up 37-0 at the half, with a running clock for the remainder of the game. The Hurricane Sally delayed game was the season opener for both Tate and Washington.

The Tate Aggies (0-1) will be at Pensacola High School (0-0) next Friday night. The Washington Wildcats (1-0) will be on the road next Friday night at the Crestview Bulldogs (1-1). For a photo gallery, click here.

Other Saturday games:

  • Escambia 24, West Florida 20
  • Pensacola Catholic 12, Pine Forest 7

For Friday night scores, click or tap here.

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


2 Responses to “Washington Beats Tate; Other Saturday Scores (With Photo Gallery)”

  1. MR REALITY on September 27th, 2020 10:10 am

    #70 has a perfect hold going on….

  2. Old Coach on September 27th, 2020 2:41 am

    What is going on at Tate? Just a couple years ago maybe three they were a playoff team. I hate to see this happening. Maybe just a bad patch. Hate to see this.

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