When Week 1 comes, pads pop and talk fades.
KINGSPORT—Zane Whitson hit on 9 of 18 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown Friday night, guiding Dobyns-Bennett to a 33-13 win over Tennessee High at J. Fred Johnson Stadium.
ELIZABETHTON – Happy Valley junior wide receiver Blake Young hauled in touchdown passes of 60 and 31 yards to lead the Warriors to a 19-6 win over Cloudland on Friday night in the football season opener for both squads on Warrior Hill.
KINGSPORT — The Daniel Boone Trailblazers started a new football season on the right foot Friday night at Carl Matherly Stadium, downing non-conference rival Sullivan South Rebels 30-6.
Just as David Crockett’s football game with Ooltewah was getting interesting, Mother Nature intervened.
Preston Patrick said he likes the idea of opening the football season against a county rival.
Daniel Boone is committed to the run, and Sullivan South plans to lean on its offensive line.
Science Hill and Elizabethton enter their traditional opener with inexperienced quarterbacks.
Volunteer is coming off of a 2018 season in which the team finished 3-8, but it was a step in the right direction from a 0-10 season in 2017.
Youthful will the word of the season for the Unaka Rangers in 2019. The team boasts just five seniors, but they all play key positions.
Injuries plagued the Golden Raiders last season toward the end. Sullivan North lost the final five games of the season, the last being a first-round exit at the hands of Class 2A semifinalist Meigs County.
The Longhorns have had an impressive run over the last two years, going a combined 20-3 overall and currently have a 10-game regular-season Region 1-3A winning streak. That has come mostly due to back-to-back standout senior classes that put
Aug 23, 2019 at 7:00 AM
The Bulldogs had high hopes in 2018, especially after beating Johnson County by one point in Mountain City in the second game of the season.