GAME 10: WILSON CENTRAL 21, SCHS 7
Covered in mud and muck, the Station Camp High School football team gathered in the south end zone at Wilson Central in Lebnon for its usual end-of-game team meeting. This time, however, it would be the last time for the 2018 season.
Wilson Central beat the Bison 21-7 to end the regular season, handing Station Camp a 3-7 campaign.
Junior quarterback Luke Sinard hit senior tight end Billy Weekley for a 17-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter to cut Wilson Central's lead to 14-7, but that was as close as the Bison would get.
WIlson Post: Wilson Central tops Station Camp
Hendersonville Standard: Commandos rumble past rival Station Camp 40-14
GAME 6: SCHS 53, HUNTERS LANE 0
Station Camp Football got back on track on Sept. 21, playing stout defensively and scoring practically at will to beat Hunters Lane 53-0 to ruin the Warriors' homecoming.
Junior running back De'Evan Barker scored on touchdown runs of 2 and 1 yards, while senior running back Justin Black (10 yards), senior quarterback Blaine Forte (11 yards), senior fullback Jevon Battle (3 yards), junior running back Terry Bradley (1 yard) and junior running back Dominic Delfratte (13 yards) each scored. Sophomore scored the Bison's only defensive touchdown, recovering a fumble in the end zone, as Station Camp snapped a three-game losing streak.
Station Camp (3-3) will play at Lebanon 7 p.m. Sept. 28 in a key Region 4-6A game.
Gallatin News:Bison ruins Hunters Lane's homecoming
GAME 5: HOMECOMING
ROSSVIEW 17, SCHS 14
Rossview took advantage of several Station Camp turnovers and penalties and ruined the Bison's Homecoming, 17-14, on Sept. 14.
On a night that Station Camp retired former star wide receiver Josh Malone's No. 3 jersey, the Bison couldn't hold a 14-0, first-quarter lead.
Keshon Jackson put the Bison on the board first with a 1-yard run after a 35-yard burst by De'Evan Barker to the 1. Senior quarterback Blaine Forte made it 14-0 with a 46-yard run on a keeper.
But four turnovers helped Rossview come back from that deficit, with Zadden Webber's 46-yard field goal before halftime the difference.
Station Camp (2-2, 0-1 Region 4-6A) plays at Hunters Lane on Sept. 21.
Gallatin News: Miscues doom Bison on homecoming
GAME 3: Hendersonville 40, SCHS 14
Trying to start the season with three straight victories for the first time since 2007, the Station Camp High School football team came up short on Aug. 31, losing 40-14 at Hendersonville.
The Bison (2-1, 0-1 Region 4-6A) had the momentum early when senior linebacker Jevon Battle intercepted a pass and went 56 yards for a touchdown. Senior kicker Trey Hampton added the extra point to give Station Camp a 7-0 lead with 7:03 left in the first quarter.
The Commandos (2-1, 0-1) tied the game on a 14-yard run with 10:08 left in the second quarter, then scored twice in the final 1:14 of the first half on a 6-yard run and a 9-yard pass to take a 20-7 advantage.
Hendersonville took advantage of several Station Camp turnovers, scoring twice in the third quarter to take a 34-7 lead.
Senior wide receiver Nylan Alexander scored his fourth touchdown of the season on a 52-yard pass play from junior quarterback Max Barnett in the fourth quarter to cut the deficit to 34-14. Alexander has two receiving touchdowns and two on interception returns.
Station Camp plays at Springfield on Sept. 7. Game time is 7 p.m.
GAME 8: BEECH 41, SCHS 10
Five first-half fumbles, including two in first five minutes of the game, led to 28 points for Beech in a 41-10 victory against Station Camp on Oct. 5
Station Camp fumbled on the first play from scrimmage, giving the Buccaneers possession inside the Bison 30-yard-line. Two plays later, Beech (5-3) scored on a 17-yard run. The Bison fumbled the ensuing kickoff and three plays after that, Beech scored on a 17-yard pass play for a 14-0 lead.
Senior Trey Hampton made it a 14-3 game with a 25-yard field goal later in the first quarter, but Beech took advantage of two more turnovers to take a 28-3 lead at the half.
Senior wide receiver Larkin O'Shea scored his first touchdown of the season after recovering a serious knee injury in the spring, made it 28-10 in the third on a 33-yard reception for a score from sophomore quarterback Luke Sinnard.
The Bison are off for fall break, but will play their final home game on Oct. 19 against 8-0 Mt. Juliet.
Gallatin News: Beech takes advantage of turnovers to down Bison 41-10
Station Camp 32, Antioch 12
The Station Camp High School football team opened its season on Friday night with a 32-12 victory against Antioch on the East Bank.
Nylan Alexander had a 15-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Blaine Forte. Alexander also scored on an interception and long return.
Kannon Vanderburg, Terry Bradley and Jevon Battle also scored touchdowns.
The BIson play host to crosstown rival on Friday, Aug. 24. Kickoff is 7 p.m.
GAME 2: BISON WIN MAYOR'S CUP
SCHS 22, Gallatin 19 (OT)
Senior kicker Trey Hampton drilled a 24-yard field goal on second down of overtime to lift the Station Camp High School football team to a 22-19 victory against crosstown rival Gallatin on Aug. 24, winning the Mayor's Cup.
The Bison, 2-0 for the first time since 2007, led 5-2 at halftime with a Hampton 31-yard field goal and a sack of Gallatin's quarterback by senior linebacker Billy Weekley in the end zone.
Station Camp made it 12-2 in the third quarter with a 6-yard run by senior quarterback Blaine Forte, then senior defensive back Nylan Alexander got his second interception return for a touchdown in as many games, picking off a pass and going 55 yards for the score and a 19-2 advantage.
Bison turnovers played a role in Gallatin's comeback, as the Green Wave (0-2) rallied to tie the game 19-19 at the end of regulation. Gallatin elected to take the ball first and drove to the 1-yard-line, before Station Camp's defense made two goal-line stands on QB sneaks, the second from the 1-inch line.
The Bison ran one play to the right hash mark before Hampton nailed the game-winner, celebrating to the other end of the field before being mobbed by teammates and fans.
The BIson play their first road game on Aug. 31, traveling to Hendersonville. Kickoff is 7 p.m.
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GAME 7: LEBANON 42, SCHS 0
LEBANON, Tenn. - Lebanon High School used big plays and capitalized on numerous turnovers to beat Station Camp 42-0 on Sept. 28 and eliminate the Bison from state playoff contention.
The Blue Devils (5-2, 1-2 in Region 4-6A) scored the only points necessary in the first quarter after recovering a Station Camp fumble inside the 40-yard line. The Bison (3-4, 0-3) lost three fumbles in the first quarter, six for the game. Lebanon led 14-0 at halftime and 35-0 after three quarters.
Station Camp's best chance to score came after senior defensive back Carson Richards intercepted a pass and returned it 47 yards to the Lebanon 19-yard-line. The Bison's 31-yard field goal attempt was wide left.
Station Camp plays host to Beech on Oct. 5, before having a bye week on Oct. 12.
Lebanon Democrat: Lebanon gets first shutout in 8 years
GAME 4: Springfield 21, SCHS 9
For the second week in a row, the road was not kind to the Station Camp High School football team on Sept. 7.
After losing 40-14 at Hendersonville on Aug. 31, the Bison couldn't overcome penalties, turnovers and Springfield's running game in a 21-9 loss to the eighth-ranked team in Class 4A.
Springfield (2-2) scored on its first drive of the game and never trailed. Station Camp (2-2) made it 7-3 on a 29-yard field goal by senior kicker Trey Hampton. Springfield, however, scored again in the first quarter to take a 14-3 lead that would last until after halftime.
Both teams scored in the third quarter, with senior quarterback Blaine Forte scoring on a 48-yard run to cut the deficit, but turnovers and penalties thwarted a Bison comeback.
Station Camp plays host to Rossview on Sept. 14 for Homecoming. The Bison also will retire former standout wide receiver Josh Malone's No. 3 jersey. Kickoff is 7 p.m.
Gallatin News:Hayes carries Springfield to win over Station Camp
GAME 9: MT. JULIET 46, SCHS 6
As 24 senior players and senior cheerleader Meredith Brinkley walked hand-in-hand the length of the field, fireworks lit the night sky in the South end zone of the Station Camp High School's football field. The traditional Senior Walk capped Station Camp's final home game of the 2018 season, a 46-6 loss to unbeaten Mt. Juliet.
The walk showed the seniors' bond that lasted throughout the season, and it showed Thursday night as the underdog Bison hung with the Golden Bears sans a couple of turnovers and big plays.
Mt. Juliet (9-0, 4-0 Region 4-6A) got a big play early and then took advantage of a Station Camp fumble to take a 13-0, first-quarter lead. The Bears led 20-0 before Station Camp senior Nylan Alexander took a kickoff 89 yards for the Bison's only score.
The Bears led 26-6 at halftime, then put the game away after several Station Camp (3-6, 0-4) turnovers.
The Bison will close out the regular season 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, at Wilson Central.
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