Despite Robinson, Goodpasture big plays doom Webb, 28-21

MADISON — Goodpasture’s big plays — 30-yard fake punt touchdown, 82-yard punt return and an 85-yard TD pass — doomed Webb School of Knoxville, a 28-21 loser on the road during opening round of the Division II-AA state tournament Friday night, Nov. 6.

“We just gave up too many big plays,” said Webb head coach Dave Meske, whose team ends the season 5-5.

Charlie Robinson, Spartans sophomore quarterback, scored on a 6-yard run and fired a 35-yard scoring pass to senior Jackson Baker. “Charlie Robinson played a great game,” Meske said.

Junior Dominic Vance added a 14-yard TD run for Webb. Junior kicker Otto Niendorff (three extra points) forced a fumble to set up a score.

Goodpasture is now 8-2.

Defensively for Webb, Leo Bonifacio, junior linebacker, had eight tackles (five solo, including two tackles for loss and a sack); Cooper Cameron, freshman linebacker, ended with seven tackles (five solo, including one for a loss); and Bradee McCoy, junior defensive back, had seven tackles, (six solo), and a pass break-up.