BRISTOL —Dobyns-Bennett hit the 70-point mark for the third straight week with a 70-24 blowout of Big Eight Conference rival Tennessee High.
Malik Foreman had 264 yards and five touchdowns on 10 carries. He also threw 4 for 5 for 69 yards and two touchdown passes. Devaun Swafford had 79 yards on 12 carries with a rushing touchdown and a receiving touchdown.
Seth Barger contributed 87 yards on five carries. He also had a rushing and receiving touchdown. The Indians piled up 555 yards of total offense, building a 70-18 lead early in the third quarter.
Daniel Boone 44, Sullivan Central 7
The Trailblazers rushed for 242 yards and threw for another 112 yards to easily defeat the Cougars.
Quarterback Jake Littleton ended with 6-of-7 passing and one touchdown, a 12-yard throw to Michael Osterman. Josh Bacon ended with 94 yards rushing and two touchdowns, Grant Seeger had 85 yards rushing. Rotating quarterbacks, both Dustin Chandler and Littleton had touchdown runs. Littleton only had one touch, a 42-yard touchdown run.
On special teams, Chandler blocked a punt for a safety as the ‘Blazers limited Central 45 yards rushing on 25 carries, and just 25 yards passing.
Unicoi County 35, Sullivan East 0
ERWIN — Hunter Abbott rushed for 208 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries as the Blue Devils inched closer to their first playoff bid since 2006.
Abbott passed the century mark in the first quarter as Unicoi County raced out to a 21-0 lead against the Patriots.
The Blue Devils tacked on another score before the end of the half on a 10-yard pass from Lucas Hensley to Thomas Tipton, and then Luke Fronckoski scored a 39-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Fronckoski had two interceptions to lead the defense, and Keith Arrowood added another interception as the Blue Devils caused six turnovers. Arrowood was Unicoi County’s leading tackler with 11 stops.
Sullivan North 55, Happy Valley 19
ELIZABETHTON — The Golden Raiders scored three times in the first four minutes, taking advantage of two Warrior turnovers. Kairi Thompson had three rushing touchdowns and another touchdown off a fumble recovery. and quarterback Quarterback Cory Rowe added 85 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
Phillip Garland had 203 rushing yards on 20 carries, including a 39-yard run, to lead Happy Valley.
Stephen Barnette had a 21-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown after a 48-yard run by Garland. Colton Haun had a 10-yard pass to Drew Holsclaw to briefly pull the Warriors within one score. Holsclaw had 13 tackles on the defensive end.
Hampton 55, Unaka 0
ELIZABETHTON — Lane Smith completed 9-of-14 passes for 169 yards and two touchdowns as Hampton routed Unaka at Goddard Field. Smith also rushed for 77 yards, with Chris Ellis rushing seven times for 35 yards and two scores.
B.J. Taylor had 58 yards on nine carries as the Bulldogs used big plays to crush the Rangers, who had three turnovers and were able to muster just 40 yards of total offense.
Eli Rasnick completed three of nine passes for 12 yards with an interception. He was also picked off in the third quarter on a punt attempt that saw the snap go over his head and as he ran with the ball tried to shovel it forward and it was intercepted by Micah Rhinehart.
Cloudland 22, North Greene 8
BAILEYTON — Jeffrey Rhinehart returned an interception 100 yards to seal the game for the Highlanders with 22 seconds left.
Rhinehart carried the ball 22 times on offense for 130 yards, including a 12-yard touchdown. Taylor Whitehead had 13 carries for 200 yards, including an 84-yard touchdown sprint.
Mason Early scored the Huskies’ touchdown to put North Greene up 6-0 in the first quarter. The Huskies also scored on a safety in the fourth quarter.
Greeneville 42, Chuckey-Doak 6
AFTON — Zack Finchum ran for four touchdowns and passed for another to lead the two-time defending state champion Greene Devils over the Black Knights.
Finchum finished with 10 rushes for 110 yards, including a long run of 50 yards. He completed 8 of 11 passes for 129 yards.
Bryce Malone had 27 carries for 152 yards and his team’s only touchdown in the fourth quarter to lead Chuckey-Doak.