Calhoun and Ridgeland met for the second straight year to open the Corky Kell Classic. The Yellow Jackets jumped in front and didn't look back, winning 38-8.
East Ridge scored twice on defense, enough to outscore Whitwell to open the 2019 high school football season on Wednesday, but they added a few on offense as well. The Pioneers beat the Tigers 38-8.
In just over 3 weeks, local high school football teams will take the field for the 20th annual Best of Preps Jamboree at Finley Stadium. A total of 23 Chattanooga-area teams will compete in this year's jamboree, which is set for August 16 and 17.
Defending 2A state champion Peabody scores 20 unanswered points in the second half to end the Tigers state title dreams 27-16 in Cookeville.
The Meigs County Tigers are looking to bring back their first football state championship on Saturday in Cookeville. The community gave them the star treatment, lining the streets to send them off to the big game.
A lot of the Blue Tornado's seniors have been three-year starters as they finally get their opportunity to play for the state championship on Thursday evening.
The Meigs County Tigers will play for the program's first state championship on Saturday when they take on defending champion Peabody at Noon in Cookeville.
This group of Meigs County seniors will be playing in their 53rd game as they try to punch their ticket to Cookeville for the first time in 24 years.
The Blue Tornado's 21-point halftime lead went away in the second half, but a big scoring drive followed by a stop on an attempted 2-pt conversion has them back in the state title game for the first time since 2006.
Cousins, Jay and DeAngelo Hardy, will play their final game at Spears Stadium Friday night with a trip to the state championship game on the line. Win or lose, they've set a great example for the Blue Tornado football program.
The Tigers jumped out to a 32-0 halftime lead and never looked back as they defeat the Rebels, 39-7, eliminating them from the playoffs for the third straight year.
The Tigers have been close to making their first state championship game since 1995, but they're goal is more than just getting there, they want to win it all.
After an 0-10 season the Boyd Buchanan Buccaneers hosted a Division-II playoff game for the first time in program history. The Mustangs proved to be too much for the Bucs in a 41-27 victory.
Under first-year head coach Jeremy Bosken, the 8-2 Bucs are hosting a home playoff game for this first time since making the jump to Division-II.
Seven area players were announced as semifinalists for one of the top awards in the state. Three finalists will be announced on Tuesday, November 19th at Noon.
The Cougars had the home game, but the Pirates brought their A-game as they raced out to a 36-0 halftime lead and never looked back. The win locked up their seventh region championship in the past nine years.
In year two under head coach Chad Grabowski, the Cougars are 6-3, and one win from a region championship. They're hoping this is the start of a new era for their program.
The Chargers erased a 10-0 first half deficit by scoring 28 straight en route to a 28-17 win over the Spartans. The win allows CCS to host a playoff game for the first time in the program's tenth season.
The Hurricanes are off to a 6-2 start, 4-0 in region play, and one win from a region championship. The Anderson County Mavericks stand in their way and haven't lost a region contest in three years.
The Trojans win their third straight game on the road and they now have the inside track to a second straight region championship. With the 14-7 win, Soddy Daisy is one region win over Walker Valley away from the title.
After back-to-back losing seasons the Golden Eagles are out to a 6-1 start. A win over rival Soddy Daisy would clinch their first region championship since 2016.
The first meeting between the two teams since 1982 did not disappoint. The Pirates defense proved to be the difference in the second half as they pull out a big non-region win over the Tigers at Beene Stadium
It was only the third time in the history of their storied rivalry both teams came in undefeated. They lived up to their billing, but the Blue Tornado would remain unbeaten with a 35-28 road win.
It's been four years since the Red Raiders beat their biggest rival with both teams coming in undefeated to 2019's game. A win would surely put Baylor in the state title conversation.
The Red Bank Lions have been on the doorstep of the state title game for a few years now. Three-year starting quarterback Madox Wilkey and wide receiver Lucas Brown may be just what the Lions need to get to Cookeville.
The Chargers found themselves down 21-17 at halftime on their homecoming night to the 3-0 Buccaneers, but a pair of Roderick Young big plays spark them to a 31-21 win.