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A Shutout on Homecoming in Oakland vs Brentwood Battle

The Oakland Patriots visited the neighboring Williamson County Brentwood Bruins in week 7 for the Bruins’ Homecoming game. The Patriots were coming off an impressive 56-7 win over Rockvale last week.

Oakland started the game with great field position as three offsides penalties made the Bruins re-kick the opening kickoff. Then on the first possession, Oakland ran in for a touchdown to take an early 7-0.

The Bruins were forced to punt and the Patriots capitalized by scoring another touchdown to increase their lead to 14. The Oakland defense forced a three and out not the next possession. The snap on the Bruins punt went over the head of the punter and out of the end zone for a safety.

The first quarter ended with the Patriots having a 16-0 lead and threatening to score again.

On the first play of the second quarter, the Patriots got another touchdown to make it 23-0. The following play after the missed field goal, Oakland scored a touchdown on one play. After converting the extra point, the Bruins were down 30-0. Oakland took that 30-0 lead into halftime.

The Patriots kicked to start the second half. The Bruins drove the length of the field, but Oakland’s defense stood tall on fourth and goal to force a turnover on downs in the red zone. The third quarter would end with the score still 30-0.

Then in the fourth quarter, with eight minutes left the Patriots scored another touchdown to go up 37-0.

Oakland battled hard and in the end they were rewarded with a win over Brentwood on Brentwood’s Homecoming night. The Patriots keep their undefeated season alive at 6-0.

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Clark Shelton
Clark Shelton
Cark Shelton lived in Franklin, Tn for over 20 years and has been with the company since its first year. Clark’s background in sales, web development and writing gives him the ability to wear many hats. Clark currently splits his time between Franklin and Cancun, Mexico.