In this week’s football picks, our pigskin prognosticators expect Cherokee, Dobyns-Bennett, Elizabethton and Ridgeview to remain unbeaten.
Three games into the season, Ridgeview’s Trenton Adkins has surpassed the 1,000-yard rushing mark.
South speedster Julian Reed dazzled from the get-go, breaking the first play from scrimmage for a 68-yard touchdown and scoring three more times, to lead the Rebels to a 42-12 interstate victory.
A halftime change at the quarterback position proved to be a winning move for Volunteer on homecoming night in Church Hill.
Chuckey-Doak senior Hayden Rush had 197 all-purpose yards and scored two touchdowns as the Black Knights cruised to a convincing 34-7 nonconference win over host Sullivan North.
Final scores from high school football action in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia on Friday, Sept. 13, with links to with links to stories and photo galleries
If anything is to change in our picking panel standings this week, it’ll happen on Friday night as the entire team is in complete agreement about the college and pro slate.
Behind a running back combination dubbed “Thunder and Lightning,” Dobyns-Bennett stormed past Bearden on Friday night at Bill Young Field.
David Crockett’s football team opened Region 1-5A play with a resounding 48-19 win on Friday night over Volunteer.
Travis Turner's Union squad exploded for 26 fourth-quarter points to put away rival Richlands on Friday night at Bullitt Park in Big Stone Gap. Mason Polier, looking like a flashback to the 1990s-era Appalachia teams, led that hard-nosed approach
Tyler “Lightning” Tesnear rushed for 163 yards and two touchdowns, Phillip “Thunder” Armitage powered his way for another 105 yards and two TDs, and Dobyns-Bennett rolled to a 39-14 win over Bearden on Friday night in Knoxville.
Sep 7, 2019 at 12:02 AM
Gate City welcomed Abingdon to Legion Field on Friday night for its home opener, and the Blue Devils put up a fight against the defending Mountain 7 District champions. The Falcons scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to edge the Blue Devils 35-28.
Final scores from high school football action in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia on Thursday, Sept. 5, and Friday, Sept. 6.
Cherokee (2-0) qualifies as one of the top surprises in the area so far this season, and now the unbeaten Chiefs will travel to Morristown East Friday.
After a week off following a big, season-opening win over Science Hill, Elizabethton will return to the football field.