The South Pittsburg Pirates had a 28-game winning streak over Whitwell. That changed when the Tigers took advantage of three Pirates turnovers to win a key Region3-1A matchup, 34-12.
Like so many great football communities in the Tennessee Valley, the Whitwell Tigers are trying to throw their hat into the mix. With one of the biggest games in school history Friday night, the Tigers can take a major step towards cementing that.
The Red Bank Lions Lost two regular season game sin 2017, one of them came at the hands of Walker Valley. They avenged that loss by defeating the Mustangs, 58-6, on their home-field.
The Walker Valley Mustangs have a combined 1-15 record since the start of 2017. They're not letting the little things cloud a team still hungry to play the game.
The Ridgeland Panthers say their 14-pt second half lead slim down to 1, but they managed to turn it on late, and escape with a 35-20 AAAA-Region 6 win over NW Whitfield.
After transferring from LaFayette, Ty Fisher, and his father Chad, have made an impact on the NW Whitfield offense. The team is 3-1 thus far, and averaging 34 points per game.
The Whitwell Tigers continue to roll through the 2018 season, going on the road taking down Polk County, 49-25. The Tigers opened up a 35-7 lead int he first half and never looked back.
Polk County Head Coach Derrick Davis enlisted the help of his father when he took the job 19 years ago. 19 years later neither would have had it any other way.
The Bradley Central Bears get a big 6A-Region 2 win over rival Cleveland at Benny Monroe Stadium. Coming off a bye week, the Bears take care of the Blue Raiders, 32-14.
Bradley Central has beaten Cleveland three years in a row. Tonight's 6A-Region 2 game means just a little more to the Blue Raiders seniors.
The South Pittsburg Pirates took down cross-county rival Marion County, 42-6, for the 50th time in their storied rivalry. Head Coach Vic Grider wins his 200th game as a head coach.
The South Pittsburg Pirates have lost to the same team in the state semifinals the last two seasons. They're not looking ahead though as they try to get over the hump.
Bradley Central Wide Receiver, Tray Curry, is not your average 14-year-old. At 6'4, the sophomore is already raking in Division-I scholarship offers.
After Heritage broke a nine game losing streak to the Tigers in 2017, Ringgold made sure to get them back. The Tigers defeat the Generals, 40-0, in our FNF3 Week 2 Game of the Week.
Ringgold senior Andre Tarver is committed to play baseball at Mississippi after high school. The standout wide receiver isn't ruling out a chance to play football too.