Video: Let’s talk high school football playoffs
The Tennessean’s Tom Kreager and Michael Murphy give initial impressions of the TSSAA high school football brackets.
Week 11: High school football postgame show
The Tennessean’s Tom Kreager and Michael Murphy break down what happened in Week 11.
Video: Ensworth rallies for 21-20 win over MBA
Tanner Antonutti makes TD catch with 25 seconds left to complete Ensworth’s rally from 17-7 third-quarter deficit to Montgomery Bell Academy
Hillsboro blasts Beech to secure playoff spot
Hillsboro secured a home game for next week’s Class 5A opening-round playoff game with Friday’s 35-12 win over Beech
Cane Ridge pulls away from Gallatin
Highlights of Cane Ridge’s 54-28 victory at Gallatin.
Oakland rolls past Smyrna
Highlights of Oakland’s 49-7 win over Smyrna Friday night.
Marshall County beats Page 51-0
Marshall County won the Region 4-4A title
Rossview surges in second half to earn playoff berth
Rossview High scored 24 points in the second half to beat Northeast 24-14 Friday and earn its second playoff berth in three years.
Creek Wood’s playoff hopes dashed
Highlights from Creek Wood’s game against Northwest, in which the Red Hawks lost 33-24.
How Middle Tennessee’s large-school Top 10 teams fared:
Oakland’s Lontavious Wilson (27) runs the ball as Smyrna’s Deven Sims (31) and Eric Recasner (41) try to bring Wilson down, on Friday, Oct. 28, 2016, at Oakland.
1. Oakland (10-0) beat Smyrna, 49-7
2. MBA (8-2) lost to Ensworth, 21-20
3. Brentwood Academy (7-2) beat McCallie, 42-32
4. Independence (10-0) beat La Vergne, 56-19
5. Cane Ridge (10-0) beat Gallatin, 54-28
6. Pearl-Cohn (9-1) beat Springfield, 41-14
7. Centennial (9-1) beat Henry Co., 34-7
8. Mt. Juliet (8-2) beat McGavock, 49-10
9. Ensworth (7-3) beat MBA, 21-20
10. Blackman (7-3) beat Warren Co., 35-21
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