Tate Aggies End Best Season in Years with 44-0 First City Bowl Win At At Wahoos Stadium

November 3, 2023

The Tate Aggies claimed the title 44-0  over Washington Friday night in the inaugural First City Bowl game at Wahoos Stadium, the first-ever regular season high school football game at the waterfront venue.

The Tate Aggies finished  with their first winning season since 2017. The Aggies had won just one game in each of the previous four seasons.

Washington had won its season-opener, but since lost their other seven games.

““It’s huge,” Coach Rhett Summerford said before the game. “I am so glad we are playing there (at Blue Wahoos Stadium). Because it gives our kids some excitement. “We need some excitement now. Our guys are still playing their tails off, but we’re just not doing some of the things we were doing earlier this year. “We are playing in a phenomenal venue. It’s a great way to send our seniors out. We are going to prepare and play as hard as we can to play our best.”


2 Responses to “Tate Aggies End Best Season in Years with 44-0 First City Bowl Win At At Wahoos Stadium”

  1. Aggie Mom on November 9th, 2023 8:44 am

    Thank you Blue Wahoos and the sponsor, Cox Cable, and both coaches for making this happen. It was a lot of fun watching them play at this stadium. The weather was perfect for Friday night lights and both bands put on an awesome half time show. Great job Aggie football on an awesome season.

  2. JP on November 4th, 2023 9:09 am

    I saw much improvement in this years football team. Proud of the coaching staff and players. Train hard in the offseason and comeback a better team next year. I see much potential for a championship team.