The stage was set for football on a perfect fall night in Brentwood, Tennessee. A standing room only crowd of 6,569 packed Carlton Platt Stadium to witness this rivalry.


Radir Annoor
Brentwood Academy


Kwazel Bertrand

Brentwood Academy

The recipient from Brentwood is senior defensive back Kwazel Bertrand, is a three-year letterman in football, basketball, and track. He is also a member of the Leadership Council and the National Junior Honor Society. Kwazel is the son of Felix and Angela Bertrand and plans to pursue a degree in pre-med in college.
Connor Caldwell

Montgomery Bell Academy

MBA’s scholarship winner is Connor Caldwell, son of Billy Ray and Maria Caldwell. Connor is a National Merit Semi Finalist and scored a perfect 36 on the ACT. He is a two-year letterman and captain on the football team, playing defensive line. He has also lettered in track as shot and discus thrower. Connor was a member of the State Championship Science Olympiad where he won six gold and three silver medals the last two years.


Tyler Griffin

Brentwood Academy

Tyler played in the Brentwood-MBA rivalry as a quarterback and linebacker for the Eagles. He was the recipient of the Nick Coutras and Chris Brown Awards during his tenure as an Eagle. Tyler was voted as a team captain during his senior year and was selected as an All-State First Team member. After graduation from Brentwood Academy, Tyler went on to play football at Memphis University.
Spencer Wise

Montgomery Bell Academy

Spencer was the starting quarterback for Montgomery Bell from 2007-2008. As a starter, he had a record of 23-2 and was 3-0 versus Brentwood Academy. In 2007, Spencer led Montgomery Bell to a 13-0 undefeated season, culminating in a 12-0 victory over Brentwood Academy in the State Championship. In his senior year, he threw for over 2,000 yards and 21 touchdowns, while being selected as a Mr. Football Finalist.


Brentwood took the ball right down the field and scored on their first possession of the game. The teams traded punts on their next few possessions, but right as the quarter was about to conclude, Victor Caro gave the Eagles a spark. Caro found a seam in the defense and rushed the ball 78 yards for a touchdown before the half. In the fourth, the Eagles marched right back down the field to push Brentwood to 28-7. The final nail in the coffin was delivered when game VP Radir Annoor scored his second touchdown of the game.