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CAK ‘High,’ unbeaten


After a hard-fought, back-and-forth contest, the Christian Academy of Knoxville Warriors came away with an important win Friday, Sept. 17, at Loudon to remained undefeated, 48-45, in a District 4-AA shootout.

With-out starting quarterback Quinn Epperly, out with a concussion, sophomore Charlie High filled in for Epperly.

“Charlie High was put in a hard situation, having to step in with us offensively and be our starting quarterback. He handled it like a complete champion,” CAK head coach Rusty Bradley said.

High threw for an amazing 451 yards and was 27 of 43 passing.


Josh Smith had seven catches for 175 yards and three touchdowns. Davis Howell had 10 catches for 154 yards and one TD.

Franklin Murchison, who had nine catches for 118 yards and two touchdowns, intercepted a late Redskins pass to kill a drive.

Carson Pegram added a TD.

CAK’s defense, led by Bryson Leinius’ 2.5 sacks, had four sacks.

 

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