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The Week 1 Victory Formation

Harriman head football coach Travis Tapp has had some successful seasons since becoming the head man in 2004.

The Blue Devils have made seven Class 1A playoff appearances in Tapp's 11 years at his alma mater.

Last season, the Blue Devils made the playoffs but lost to Moore County 20-7 to finish the season at 4-7.

But this season the Blue Devils have started the year 2-0 something that hasn't happened in 22 years since 1992.

"The kids hard work has played off for them so far this year," Tapp said. "We threw several of them in the fire last year as sophomores and they took their lumps and have responded in a big way."

The Blue Devil offense has been led so far by junior running back Garrett Greene who already has five rushing touchdowns on the season, a year removed from rushing for over 1,300 yards as a sophomore.

Senior quarterback Brantley Taylor has been big as well for the Blue Devils as he was a perfect 5 for 5 for 103 yards and two touchdowns in a 41-14 win over Hancock County in week zero.

But the biggest improvement for the Blue Devils according to Tapp has been the play of his offensive line.

The Blue Devils averages 254 pounds led by junior tackles Trey Peters (6-7, 300) and John Langley (6-0, 300) as well as seniors Cody Williams, Dallas Swicegood and Ty MacAbee.

"Those lineman were thrown in the fire last year as juniors and sophomores and had their ups and downs," Tapp said. "But they have been working hard in the weight room and are a year stronger and wiser."

So far so good for the Blue Devils as the 2-0 start for good for the program as the schedule gets tougher with trips to Whitwell and district 3-A foe as well as hosting district kingpin Grace Christian Academy.

The annual Roane county rivalry with Rockwood will be played on Friday as the Tigers are also 2-0 on the year.

This year's meeting is the 95th in the oldest rivalry in the state and Rockwood has won the last five contests.

Here are five other schools that are 2-0 for the first time in a while.

Scotts Hill-The Charger program is only seven years old but their 42-14 win over Gibson County on Friday not only was the first time they have started 2-0 but now the Reagan community is really embracing football.

"We are fortunate to be in
the situation we are in," Scotts Hill second year coach Michael Stroup said.

"The community is excited about football and the student body is excited about football and we have more depth with less kids playing both ways which is a big help."

So far, Scotts Hill biggest offensive weapon has been sophomore running back Kobe Rogers who scored five touchdowns in the week zero 39-12 win over Perry County.

Davidson Academy- The Bears are under new leadership as Jonathan Quinn is the new head coach.

Although the Bears won three Division II-A titles in four seasons (2005, 2006 and 2008), they have had three straight losing seasons as their record is 10-20 during that stretch.

"I feel that our fast start is a direct reflection of the hard work that our athletes and coaches put in over the summer and during preseason camp," Quinn said.

"The players have bought in and work extremely hard to prepare for each game."

The last time, Davidson started the year 2-0 was 1998 when they went 7-4.

Bartlett-The Panthers are off to a fast start, the first 2-0 season since 2000.

"Our offseason program has been a big difference for us," Bartlett coach Jeff McFerran said.

"We can match up physically with people now."

Volunteer-The Falcons have gotten off to a quick start of 2-0 for the first time since 2000.

Volunteer have already surpassed the win total of 2013 as they only won one game last year.

Clarksville Northwest-Another program spearheaded by a first year head coach in Vernon Wright, the Vikings haven't been 2-0 since 2003 and their is tons of enthusiasm in the program.

The roster has also grown by about 40 players and that helps with depth.

"Northwest ended the season last year with approximately 40 players and we have also doubled the amount of players," Wright said.

"We have been team building and working on our chemistry as a unit since day 1 and our players are beginning to believe that hard work does pay off and we are very intentional about changing the culture around here."

Of Course starting the season at 2-0, doesn't guarantee a winning season but it's still a good way to start.

Below is a list of all the 2-0 teams in the state after the first two weeks of the season.

Class AAA (5A and 6A)
Dobyns Bennett
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Tennessee High
Last Time They Started 2-0-2010

David Crockett
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Morristown West
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Anderson County
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Campbell County
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Gibbs
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Maryville
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Ooltewah
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Walker Valley
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Soddy Daisy
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Cookeville
Last Time They Started 2-0-2009

Blackman
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Riverdale
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Smyrna
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Columbia
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Hendersonville
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Mt. Juliet
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Springfield
Last Time They Started 2-0-2010

Ravenwood
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Independence
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Centennial
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

McGavock
Last Time They Started 2-0-2005

Munford
Last Time They Started 2-0-2009

Arlington
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Millington
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Houston
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Whitehaven
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Memphis East
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Melrose
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Memphis Central
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Class AA (3A and 4A)
Chuckey Doak
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Fulton
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Knoxville Catholic
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

CAK
Last Time They Started 2-0-2011

Scott County
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Loudon
Last Time They Started 2-0-2010

McMinn Central
Last Time They Started 2-0-2008

Chattanooga Central
Last Time They Started 2-0-2009

Signal Mountain
Last Time They Started 2-0-2011

Chattanooga Christian
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Livingston Academy
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Westmoreland
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

White House Heritage
Last Time They Started 2-0-2006

Pearl Cohn
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

East Nashville
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Lewis County
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Camden
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Waverly
Last Time They Started 2-0-2010

CPA
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Giles County
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Page
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Spring Hill
Last Time They Started 2-0-2009

Dyersburg
Last Time They Started 2-0-2009

Westview
Last Time They Started 2-0-2008

Milan
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Crockett County
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Jackson Northside
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Ripley
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Craigmont
Last Time They Started 2-0-2010

Class A (1A and 2A)
Cloudland
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Grace Christian Academy
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Rockwood
Last Time They Started 2-0-2009

Midway
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Greenback
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Oakdale
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Silverdale
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Marion County
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Jackson County
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Moore County
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Middle Tennessee Christian
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Nashville Christian
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Bruceton
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Union City
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Peabody
Last Time They Started 2-0-2006

Halls
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Lake County
Last Time They Started 2-0-2010

Adamsville
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Division II
Ensworth
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Brentwood Academy
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

MBA
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

McCallie
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Baylor
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Father Ryan
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

Pope John Paul II
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Baylor
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

St. Benedict
Last Time They Started 2-0-2012

DCA
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

The Kings Academy
Last Time They Started 2-0-2008

First Assembly Christian
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

Tipton Rosemark
Last Time They Started 2-0-2004

Rossville Christian
Last Time They Started 2-0-2013

THE FLIP SIDE
Now here are four teams that had high preseason hopes and suddenly found themselves in a 0-2 hole.

Again starting 0-2 doesn't mean a team can't go on a winning streak and still make the playoffs, but for teams with high expectations it's not the way, you want to start the year.

South Pittsburg-The Pirates are the gold standard of Class 1A football with five state titles and many more runner up appearances including last year title loss to Union City.

Coach Tim Moore expressed concern in the preseason about a lack of depth which is normally what the Pirates have plenty of.

So far, the lack of depth that concerned Moore has reared it's ugly head in losses to Bell County (KY) (35-7) and Hixson (35-12) as the defense has not held up.

The last time South Pittsburg started 0-2 was in 2000 but they won't start 0-3 as they play Sale Creek, a second year varsity program Friday.

Cleveland- The Blue Raiders are coming off a Class 5A Semifinal appearance and coach Ron Crawford has the community energized again.

But a blowout loss to McCallie (44-0) and another loss to Cookeville (30-23) has the natives restless.

"We are not a very good football team right now," Crawford said.

Nashville Overton-The Bobcats have high hopes coming into the season with a new coach in alum Steve Williams and a ton of athletes back from a undefeated regular season team in 2013.

But close losses to Father Ryan (29-23) and Centennial (28-21) has Williams looking for answers.

Rossview
The Hawks are coming off the best record 9-2 in the school's short history and have 14 starters returning including quarterback Charles Talleyrand and running back Isaiah Johnson.

Johnson has missed time already but the offense is still averaging 34 points a game the problem so far has been a porous defense that is allowing 44 points a game.

Below is the complete list of 0-2 teams with their current losing streak and the last time they started 0-2 and the record they finished with.

Cherokee
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 5-6
Current Losing Streak-3 Games

Cocke County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-8

Powell
Last Time They Started 0-2-2003, finished 4-7
Current Losing Streak-5

Bearden
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 4-7
Current Losing Streak-2

Farragut
Last Time They Started 0-2-2012, finished 6-5
Current Losing Streak-4

William Blount
Last Time They Started 0-2-2008, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-9

Cleveland
Last Time They Started 0-2-2012, finished 5-5
Current Losing Streak-3

East Hamilton
Last Time They Started 0-2-2011, finished 6-5
Current Losing Streak-3

McMinn County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2005, finished 3-7
Current Losing Streak-3

Cumberland County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-2

Siegel
Last Time They Started 0-2-2006, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-3

Lincoln County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 6-5
Current Losing Streak-3

Tullahoma
Last Time They Started 0-2-2009, finished 4-6
Current Losing Streak-3

Lawrence County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 5-6
Current Losing Streak-5

Coffee County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-13

Wilson Central
Last Time They Started 0-2-2010, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-3

Lebanon
Last Time They Started 0-2-2012, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-4

Portland
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-13

Clarksville Northeast
Last Time They Started 0-2-2007, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-3

Kenwood
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 5-6
Current Losing Streak-3

Brentwood
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 3-7
Current Losing Streak-4

Summit
Last Time They Started 0-2-2011, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-11

Antioch
Last Time They Started 0-2-2011, finished 6-5
Current Losing Streak-4

Hunters Lane
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-6

Glencliff
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-2

Hillwood
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-7

Bolton
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-9

Kingsbury
Last Time They Started 0-2-2012, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-11

Germantown
Last Time They Started 0-2-2010, finished 8-5
Current Losing Streak-2010

Kirby
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-5

Wooddale
Last Time They Started 0-2-2008, finished 0-9
Current Losing Streak-10

White Station
Last Time They Started 0-2-2010, finished 5-6
Current Losing Streak-3

Happy Valley
Last Time They Started 0-2-2007, finished 4-7
Current Losing Streak-3

Unicoi County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2010, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-3

Sullivan North
Last Time They Started 0-2-2004, finished 7-4
Current Losing Streak-3

Grainger
Last Time They Started 0-2-2010, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-5

Austin East
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-6

Polk County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2011, finished 8-4
Current Losing Streak-3

East Ridge
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 5-6
Current Losing Streak-3

Brainerd
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 3-7
Current Losing Streak-2

Howard
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-9

DeKalb County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2007, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-5

Cannon County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-9

Greenbrier
Last Time They Started 0-2-2011, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-4

Cheatham County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2011, finished 6-5
Current Losing Streak-4

Whites Creek
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-17

South Gibson
Last Time They Started 0-2-Never started 0-2
Current Losing Streak-6

Jackson Southside
Last Time They Started 0-2-2003, finished 3-7
Current Losing Streak-2

Bolivar
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 3-7
Current Losing Streak-4

Fayette Ware
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-61

MLK College Prep (formerly Frayser)
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 4-6
Current Losing Streak-2

Douglass
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 3-7
Current Losing Streak-3

Westwood
Last Time They Started 0-2-2010, finished 5-6
Current Losing Streak-2

Raleigh Egypt
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-8

South Greene
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 4-6
Current Losing Streak-2

Unaka
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 4-7
Current Losing Streak-3

North Greene
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-4

Cosby
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-7

Hancock County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-15

Sunbright
Last Time They Started 0-2-2012, finished 3-7
Current Losing Streak-3

Boyd Buchanan
Last Time They Started 0-2-2007, finished 4-7
Current Losing Streak-3

Chattanooga Grace
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 4-6
Current Losing Streak-2

Lookout Valley
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-2

Monterey
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 6-5
Current Losing Streak-3

Goodpasture
Last Time They Started 0-2-2011, finished 8-4
Current Losing Streak-3

Watertown
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-6

Community
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-4

Clarksville Academy
Last Time They Started 0-2-2010, finished 6-5
Current Losing Streak-4

East Robertson
Last Time They Started 0-2-2010, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-2

Houston County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2010, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-6

McEwen
Last Time They Started 0-2-2012, finished 3-8
Current Losing Streak-11

Cornersville
Last Time They Started 0-2-2011, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-3

Richland
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-12

Perry County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2007, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-3

Collinwood
Last Time They Started 0-2-1013, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-3

Dresden
Last Time They Started 0-2-2008, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-4

McKenzie
Last Time They Started 0-2-2012, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-2

West Carroll
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-6

Gibson County
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 2-8
Current Losing Streak-4

Riverside
Last Time They Started 0-2-2012, finished 4-6
Current Losing Streak-5

Jackson Christian
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 3-7
Current Losing Streak-5

Middleton
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-3

Mitchell
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 9-4
Current Losing Streak-3

Hillcrest
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 6-5
Current Losing Streak-3

Carver
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 5-5
Current Losing Streak-2

Booker T. Washington
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 4-6
Current Losing Streak-2

Oakhaven
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-9

Memphis Northside
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 0-10
Current Losing Streak-39

Knoxville Webb
Last Time They Started 0-2-2013, finished 10-2
Current Losing Streak-2

Ezell Harding
Last Time They Started 0-2-2008, finished 1-9
Current Losing Streak-7

BIG RESULTS FROM WEEK 1
The following three games caught my attention:
Morristown West 21, Greeneville 14-West running back DeAndre Delaney was the offensive star for the Trojans as he rushed for 151 yards and scored the game winner with 1:50 left in the game.

For Morristown West, it is their third win (2011, 2012 and 2014) over the Greene Devils in the last four games in the rivalry.

So does Morristown West coach Lamar Brown have the secret decoder ring on how to beat the Greene Devils?

"No, we don't have a secret decoder ring or anything else when we play them," Brown joked.

But Brown and his staff are doing something right considering Greeneville is 34-6 since 2011 with a Class 4A state title and three of losses are at the hands of the Trojans.

"it's a great rivalry to be a part of and Caine (Ballard) and his staff do a great job with his kids," Brown said.

"After the 40-0 loss to them last year, the kids circled the date on the calendar and were really ready to play them."

Tennessee High 35, Sullivan South 28- Tennessee High used three touchdowns runs from running back Christian Gibson to make a comeback and beat Sullivan South after falling behind 21-7.

The win gives the Vikings their first 2-0 start since 2010.

Science Hill 56, Elizabethton 34-Defense took the night off as Science Hill scored early and often to beat Elizabethton going away.

Both teams combined for 1,095 offensive yards as Science Hill gained 572 yards while Elizabethton had 523 yards of offense.

Science Hill got good performances from quarterback Malik MaGue passed for 178 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for another 70 yards and two more touchdowns on the ground.

Teammate Justin Bedard rushed for 119 yards and two more touchdowns for the Hilltoppers in the win.

Elizabethton running back Ethan Thomas was the bell cow for the Cyclones as he rushed for 192 yards and a touchdown in the loss.

COACHING GAME BALLS
The following coaches got their first career win on Friday night.
Bryson Rosser, Knoxville Central
Jeff McMillan, Carter
Matt Kriesky, Forrest
Katari Donald, MAHS

The following coaches got their first win at their new school:
Brian Stewart, Briarcrest
DeWayne Wells, Morristown East
Michael Harrison, Hickman County

The following coaches got their first win at their new school in their second tour of duty there:
Dan Duff, Hixson
Derwin Wright, York Institute
Dickie Brown, Clay County
Craig Moser, Sweetwater

Winning Streaks Snapped In Week 1
Alcoa- 15 game winning streak snapped by Maryville

Whitwell- 5 game winning streak snapped by Midway

Losing Streaks Snapped in Week 1:
Knoxville Halls- 15 game losing streak snapped by beating Union County.

Sullivan East- 9 game losing streak snapped by beating Unaka.

Longest Active Winning Streaks Going Into Week 2:
1. Fulton-23
2. Maryville-17
3. Union City-15
4. Ensworth-5

Longest Active Losing Streaks Going Into Week 2:

1. Fayette Ware-61

2. Memphis Northside-39
3. Whites Creek-17
4. Hancock County-15
5. Portland-14
6. Coffee County-13
7. Kingston-12
7. Richland-12
7. Sale Creek-12
10. Kingsbury-11
10. McEwen-11
10. Summit-11
13. Wooddale-10
14. Bolton-9
14. Cannon County-9
14. Howard-9
14. Oakhaven-9
14. William Blount-9

WEEK 2 GAMES OF THE WEEK
East
Maryville (2-0) at Knoxville West (1-0)
Soddy Daisy (2-0) at Ooltewah (2-0)
Knoxville Catholic (2-0) at CAK (2-0)

Middle
Father Ryan (2-0) at Brentwood Academy (2-0)
Blackman (2-0) at Riverdale (2-0)
Giles County (2-0) at CPA (2-0)

West
Melrose (2-0) at Memphis Central (2-0)
Crockett County (2-0) at Milan (2-0)
Adamsville (2-0) at Trinity Christian (1-1)

STAT STUFFERS
Josh Jackson, RB, Loudon-Rushed for 221 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 31-10 win over Lenoir City.

Cole Smith, QB, CAK- Passed for 375 yards on 32 of 38 passing and two touchdowns in a 47-13 win over Powell.

Phillip Nichols, WR, CAK- Caught 14 passes for 193 yards and one touchdown in a 47-13 win over Powell.

Demontez Carlton, RB, McGavock- Rushed for 225 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 47-41 win over Rossview.

Vic Johnson, RB, Cookeville- Rushed for 256 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 30-23 win over Cleveland.

Cole Patton, RB, Hickman County- Rushed for 254 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 38-34 win over Wayne County.

Markus Olds, WR, Elizabethton- Caught only four passes but for 198 yards and scored.two touchdowns in a 56-38 loss to Science Hill.

Colby Birchfield, RB, Cloudland-Rushed for 209 yards and scored three times in a 46-14 win over Happy Valley.

Johnny Jones, RB, Crockett County- Rushed for 224 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 56-7 win over Jackson Southside.

Marce Gray, RB, Franklin County-Rushed for 252 yards and five touchdowns in a 47-33 win over Lebanon.

Keyshawn Vaughn, RB, Pearl Cohn- Rushed for 277 yards on just 13 carries with three touchdowns in a 59-7 win over Kenwood.

Dillon Brown, FB, Chuckey Doak-Rushed for 211 yards and one touchdown in a 24-17 win over South Greene.

Shamar Porter, RB, Riverside-Rushed for 265 yards and scored three times in a 51-42 loss to Lexington.

Dylan Linder, RB, Livingston Academy- Rushed for 257 yards on only 13 carries while scoring three touchdowns in a 34-7 win over White County.

Austin Massey, QB, Cleveland-Passed for 361 yards and a touchdown on 29 of 43 in a 30-23 loss to Cookeville.

Blake Zeman, RB, Marion County-Rushed for 212 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 48-14 win over Bledsoe County.

Hunter Maynor, QB, Soddy Daisy-Passed for 312 yards and tossed five touchdowns in a 34-30 win over Red Bank.

Logan Meeks-RB, Grundy County-Rushed for 203 yards on just nine carries while scoring two touchdowns in a 54-14 win over Chattanooga Grace.

BY THE NUMBERS
7-Number of teams that have posted shutouts in both of their games this season.

10-Passing Touchdowns already for Soddy Daisy quarterback Hunter Maynor.

12-Passing Touchdowns already for Soddy Daisy quarterback for Campbell County quarterback Ethan Jeffers.

23.9-Rushing average per carry for Pearl Cohn running back Keshawn Vaughn who has rushed for 501 yards on just 21 carries and scores six touchdowns on the year.

1,095-Combined total yardage in Science Hill's (572 yards) 56-34 win over Elizabethton (523).

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