The scrimmage started with the varsity contest. Perry County was at a considerable size disadvantage, but the Commodores were able to compensate with their athletic ability. The Commodores were able to dominate the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball, and never allowed the Cougars to get into the game.
Perry County wasted little time getting on the scoreboard as they marched the ball down field quickly and crossed the goal line on their first possession (a 20-yard pass from T. J. Searcy to Jacob Watts). They also scored on their second possession (a 10-yard run by John Amis), and went into the break with a 14-0 lead.
In the second half, the Commodores continued to keep the ball on the ground. Demetri Travis ran ramped through the Cougar line, chewing up large amounts of real estate on every carry. Travis collected a pair of touchdowns in the second half. Perry County's other touchdown of the half came on a 20-yard run by Brandon Napier after an interception.
The junior varsity game played out much as the varsity, with the Commodores dominating the game on both sides of the ball. However, the junior varsity struck with a different attack, opting to move the ball through the air rather than on the ground.
Chance Ashworth made his gridiron debut with a pair of touchdown grabs (the third was called back). Jordan Amis scored the other touchdown for Perry County on a 70-yard scamper around the Morgan County line. As a team, the Commodores played well. They were able to make the necessary adjustments in their defense, and made good contact on their tackles.