Wildcat’s Historic Season Comes To An End
Livingston Academy fell Friday night to Nolensville 33-7. Nolensville out gained Livingston 364 to 183 offensively.
Nolensville brought a balanced offensive attack to Overton County Friday night. Nolensville rushed the ball for 172 yards and passed the ball for 192 yards.
On the night LA missed a field goal, punted six times, snapped a ball over the punters head for a safety, and had a fumble returned for a touchdown.
Livingston trailed at halftime 10-0. The Wildcats were forced to punt on their first offensive possession of the second half. The snap sailed over Joseph Dees head for a safety.
Nolensville scored 23 total points in the third quarter to put the game out of reach from the Wildcats.
Seniors Will McDonald and Wesley Smith hooked up for the last touchdown of their high school careers with an 18 yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter.
McDonald finished the night 14-29 for 152 yards and a touchdown. Smith caught nine of those passes for 103 yards and the lone touchdown.
Nate Neely ran the ball 10 times for 34 yards and Kaleb Robinson had six carries for 10 yards.