Tate Beats Washington (With Photo Gallery)

October 11, 2014

Fans at Pete Gindl Stadium in Cantonment got their money’s worth of excitement Friday as the Tate Aggies beat the Washington Wildcats 35-28.

Things rolled right along for the Aggies in the first quarter. On the second play of the game,  Alondo Thompkins had an 86-yard touchdown run, followed by an Alonte Thompson touchdown run with about five minutes to go in the first for a 14-0 Tate lead.

But then the Wildcats began to roar with two touchdowns for a 14-14 tie at the half.

In the second half, the Aggies added three touchdowns. The first was a 6-yard quarterback keeper from Sawyer Smith. the second on a 27-yard pass from Smith to Reggie Payne and the third from Alondo Thompkins from 44-yards out.

For a photo gallery, click here.

The Tate High School Aggies  (5-2,0-1) will host Crestview (2-5, 0-0)  next Friday at 7:30.

Pictured top: The Wildcats attempt to stop the Tate Aggies Friday night at Pete Gindl Stadium in Cantonment. Pictured inset: Tate’s Alondo Thompkins (#23) gained 189 yards for the Aggies Friday night.  NorthEscambia.com photos by Keith Garrison, click to enlarge.

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