Lazarius Patterson, RB, Oakland: 243 yards, 3 TDs in 43-14 win over Riverdale. Read more
Taeler Dowdy, RB, Blackman: 22 carries, 281 yards, 3 TDs in 55-30 win over Siegel. Read more
Jordan Middleton, QB, Siegel: 14-of-25, 305 yards, 2 TDs in 55-30 loss to Blackman. Read more
Jeremiah Oatsvall, QB, Brentwood Academy: 219 yards passing, 91 yards rushing in 45-7 win over Father Ryan. Slideshow
Ricco Gregory, WR, Siegel: 9 catches, 239 yards, TD in 55-30 loss to Blackman. Read more
Kyle Gilbert, QB, Davidson Academy: 320 yards passing, 2 TDs, 58 yards rushing in 31-28 loss to FRA. Read more
Larry Wilhoite, RB, FRA: 121 yards rushing, 2 TDs, 14-yard TD reception in 31-28 win over Davidson Academy. Read more
Chris Dye, QB, Stewarts Creek: 8-of-9 for 237 yards, TD passing, two rushing TDs in 49-35 win over Shelbyville.
Andrew Bunch, QB, Independence: 6 TD passes (all in first half) in 49-16 win over Columbia.
Tre Bailliez, WR, Stewarts Creek: 84 yards rushing, 115 yards receiving in 49-35 win over Shelbyville.
Seth Carlisle, QB, Macon Co.: 240 yards rushing, 4 TDs, 70 yards passing in 43-36 loss to Springfield.
Dewayne Buckner, QB, Springfield: 196 yards passing, 3 TDs in 43-36 win over Macon Co.
Tennessee high school football scores Week 9
Greedy Howse, RB, Siegel: 145 yards on just 15 carries (in little over a quarter before injury) in 55-30 loss to Blackman. Read more
Trey Wienk, QB, Stewart County: 222 yards rushing, 4 TDs, 97 yards rushing in 47-28 loss to Harpeth. Read more
Vic Johnson, RB, Cookeville: 144 yards rushing, 2 TDs in 28-14 loss to Smyrna. Read more
Taylor Thompson, WR, Columbia Acad.: 9 receptions, 170 yards, 3 TDs in 56-0 win over Cornersville.
Dylan Johnson, QB, Columbia Academy: 8-of-10, 235 yards, 4 TDs in 56-0 win over Cornersville.
Chris Rippy, DB, White House-Heritage: Two interceptions in a 47-8 win over Whites Creek. Read more
Jimmy Ferrell, QB, Pearl-Cohn: 15-of-20, 321 yards, 5 TDs in 41-3 win over White House. Read more
Rontavius Groves, WR, Pearl-Cohn: 7 receptions, 135 yards, 3 TDs in 41-3 win over White House. Read more
Ashton Posey, QB, Marshall Co.: 358 yards passing, 3 TDs, 62 yards rushing, 2 TDs in 59-21 win over Spring Hill.
Dawson Mathis, WR, Wayne Co.: 6 receptions, 153 yards, 3 TDs in 45-14 win over McEwen.
AROUND THE MIDSTATE
Marshall County explodes: Marshall County passed for 481 yards and had 658 yards of total offense in a 59-21 win over Spring Hill. Quarterbacks Ashton Posey and Bryce Wallace (3-for-3, 123 yards, TD) combined for 23-of-34 passing and four touchdowns.
Big-play makers: Stewarts Creek receivers Tre Bailez and Cynterius Lyons got the most out of their combined eight catches. The duo averaged almost 30 yards per reception, accounting for all 237 passing yards (Bailliez 115, Lyons 122). Stewarts Creek QB Chris Dye was almost perfect, going 8-of-9 to the two receivers.
On target: Nashville Christian quarterback Kyle Tidwell had a huge night in a 53-6 win over Gordonsville. He was a perfect 8-of-8 for 149 yards and four touchdowns in the blowout. For good measure Tidwell also rushed for 71 yards and another score.
Dominating defenses: Cane Ridge improved to 6-2 with a 45-0 victory on homecoming against visiting Glencliff, holding the Colts to just 19 yards of total offense (Read more). Hillsboro outgained Hunters Lane 465-80 and limited the Warriors to six yards on 26 carries in a 48-0 victory (Read more). Columbia Academy held Cornersville to just 71 yards (1 passing) in a 56-0 triumph.
“A lot of coaches kind of wait until the playoffs to push their teams hard — but I usually start a little earlier than that. I felt like we had been in a little bit of a funk the last two weeks, so we wanted to come out tonight and have a really good performance.” — Hillsboro coach Craig Clayton, following a 48-0 win over Hunters Lane. Read more
“We were definitely a little offended that the put their homecoming game against us. For us to come in here and beat them 45-7 on their homecoming is definitely big for us.” — Brentwood Academy WR/DB Camron Johnson, who had 72 yards receiving and an interception returned for a TD in a 45-7 win over Father Ryan.Slideshow
“This is the second week in a row that we’ve gotten out butts kicked. We’ve gotten hit in the mouth and I hope it woke us up because we have a very good Stratford team to get ready for next week.” — Whites Creek Coach Tyrus Ward, whose squad fell at White House-Heritage 47-8.Read more
“It’s kind of like pulling a pickle out of a jar. Once you get that first one, hopefully it will be easier after that. This wasn’t easy.” — Oakland coach Kevin Creasy, whose squad won its third straight Battle of the ‘Boro (and Creasy’s first) with a 43-14 victory over Riverdale.Read more