To keep its football season alive, David Crockett will have to break into “Fort Knoxville” on Friday night.
David Crockett’s Cade Larkins received Part II of a honor, and he will have a chance at the trifecta soon.
And then there was one.
CLINTON — It started bad, got worse in a hurry, and the tide never turned in Elizabethton’s favor.
GREENEVILLE—Cade Ballard and Jaevon Gillespie ran for three touchdowns apiece on Friday night, thrusting Greeneville to a 49-7 win over Sullivan South in the second round of the Class 4A state playoffs.
MARYVILLE—The road to the TSSAA Class 6A state football championship still goes through Maryville.
KNOXVILLE — Daniel Boone had Knox Central exactly where it wanted — for 13 seconds.
If you believe the Class 4A state football rankings, and gather evidence from last season, the state semifinals are set for Friday night at Anderson County.
One thing Science Hill doesn’t have to worry about Friday night is pressure.
There’s not a lot of mystery for Daniel Boone as it marches into the second round of the TSSAA Class 5A football playoffs.
In the first meeting, it was one of the most exciting high school football games of the season.
Time has a habit of slipping away, and two trios of brothers are down to their last family football game — unless Science Hill pulls off a big upset, which Ryan Miles and Graham Janeway said they believe can happen.
Rule No. 1: It’s hard to run in mud.
Area football teams were all over the chart Friday night.
Shane Austin made a 35-yard catch between two defenders and Connor Rutledge followed with a 23-yard field goal as time expired to lift Science Hill to a 24-21 win over Bradley Central in the first round of the TSSAA Class 6A playoffs Friday night
Updated Nov 3, 2018 at 2:04 AM