Owen youth football results

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Aug. 26  
Game 1:
Owen County Midgets 20 - Gallatin County Midgets 7

The first quarter of the game saw both teams battle defensively.
Gallatin scored in the early in the second quarter to take a 7-0 lead.
Owen County responded with a touchdown by Eli Rice and an extra-point conversion by Kenny Wagers to make it 7-7.
Owen County got the ball to start the third quarter and Eli Rice took the ball 45 yards for his second touchdown of the day. Eli Myers scored the extra-point conversion to put Owen County up 14-7.
In the fourth quarter, Eli Rice score from 20 yards to put Owen County up 20-7.
The Owen County defense would hold strong the rest of way as they were lead by Cameron Bond and Ethan Clark.

Game 2:
Owen County Mighty Pro 19
- Gallatin County Mighty Pro 25
Gallatin County jumped out to early 13-0 lead in the first quarter after couple of Owen County fumbles.
In the second quarter, Codey Elliott would get Owen County on the board with a 54-yard touchdown run to make to 6-13 in favor of Gallatin County. Gallatin added another score late in the second quarter to take a 19-6 halftime lead.
Owen County controlled the ball most of the third quarter behind the running of Bailey Carrier, Codey Elliott, and Trevor Smither.
Owen County would add another touchdown at the start of the fourth quarter by Codey Elliott and the extra-point conversion by Trevor Smither to make the score 13-19 in favor of Gallatin.
Owen County’s defense came with a strong stand to hand the ball back over to the offense.
Owen County would score on a 53-yard run by Codey Elliott to make it 19-19 midway through the fourth quarter.
Gallatin added a score with two minutes left in the fourth quarter to take a 25-19 lead.
Owen County drove the ball to the 10-yard line but time would expire to end the game.

Game 3:
Owen County Power House 13 - Gallatin Co. Power House 0

In the first quarter, Owen County’s offense would drive the ball to the 10-yard line but turn the ball.
Owen County’s defense would stand strong and regain control on an interception by Jesse Deluca. However, a fumble by the offense would turn the ball back over to Gallatin. Owen County defense, led by Jason Gray, Ethan Searcy, Jesse Deluca and Logan Meadows, pushed Gallatin’s offense back and the half ended at 0-0.
To open the second half, Owen County’s Connor Jacobs recovered the kick-off.
Owen County’s offense would drive the ball down the field with runs by Ethan Fitzgerald and Jacob Ramsey.
Owen County fumbled the ball into the end zone but it was recovered by Jason Gray for a touchdown.
Logan Meadow converted the extra point to put Owen County up 7-0.
Owen County would score again to start the fourth quarter on a touchdown run by Ethan Fitzgerald to put Owen County up 13-0, which would be the final score.