Week 5 recap of the high school football season
Tom Kreager and Katie Myers recaps Week 5 of the TSSAA football season.
Brentwood Academy blanks Baylor 35-0
The defending Division II-AA champion Eagles rolled to a 35-0 win over visiting Baylor School on Friday.
Highlights from Hillsboro-Hendersonville game
Game footage of the Hillsboro-Hendersonville game
Oakland downs Blackman 38-0
Oakland’s Zarius Gamble, who caught three TD passes, discusses a 38-0 win over Blackman.
Cane Ridge 17, Beech 16
Highlights and reaction from Cane Ridge’s 17-16 victory at Beech.
Stratford vs. White House-Heritage game highlights
Stratford powers past White House-Heritage 56-7.
Video: Marshall Co. beats Giles Co.
Marshall County remained unbeaten with a win over rival Giles County.
Alontae Taylor recognized as Titan Up Player of Week 1
Coffee County junior Alontae Taylor was honored at the Titans’ game with Minnesota for being the player of the week for Week 1.
Breaking down Week 5
High school football sports writers from Middle Tennessee break down their games for Friday night.
Week 4: Top high school football plays
A look at the top 10 plays from Week 4 of high school football.
DeKalb County senior quarterback Steven Jennings suffered a season-ending injury in Friday’s 34-32 victory at Smith County.
DeKalb County senior quarterback Steven Jennings compiled more than 3,000 total yards and 27 touchdowns last season.
Jennings tore the ACL in his knee on the Tigers’ opening possession of the second half. To that point, Jennings had rushed for 161 yards and a touchdown and had passed for 73 yards and another score.
Jennings was the 4-3A Offensive MVP last season after passing for 2,131 yards, 19 touchdowns and 3 interceptions while also rushing for 908 yards.
“He’s started since day one as a freshman,” DeKalb County coach Steve Trapp said. “He took care of a lot of stuff. Every play we sent in wasn’t always perfect against the defense out there (at that time), but he was an extension of me as the offensive coordinator out there.”
Region 4-3A preview: DeKalb County looks to upend Upperman
The 6-foot-2, 178-pound Jennings is also a baseball standout, with the pitcher/shortstop having committed to Ole Miss.
Surgery to repair the knee ligament is tentatively scheduled for Friday, leaving Jennings with hopes of returning to play for the DeKalb County baseball program in the spring.
Junior Tyler Cantrell took over at quarterback following Jennings’ injury and helped DeKalb County (4-1, 2-0 in 4-3A) hold on, after leading 20-19 at halftime.
Reach Craig Harris at 615-259-8238 and on Twitter @CHTennessean.