Dobyns-Bennett dominated its rivalry with Science Hill for nearly two decades before Science Hill reversed the trend and won six straight. On Friday, in a game broadcast live on television, the Indians turned the tide once again with a 24-21 victory
After longtime Sullivan North football coach Robbie Norris was honored with the Excellence in Coaching Award, the Golden Raiders gave fans another reason to cheer by routing Cosby on Friday night.
In other local games, 3A Sullivan South hosts Grainger and 2A Sullivan North hosts Cosby.
In other local 5A games, Volunteer travels to David Crockett and Cherokee hosts Morristown East.
Volunteer’s football team generated plenty of highlights Friday night, but visiting Sullivan South had more to win a 59-46 nonconference shootout.
Herbert Booker made an impact on both ends of the field for Oak Ridge’s football team, which rolled to a 41-12 win over Dobyns-Bennett on Friday night at Jack Armstrong Field.
Central quarterback Isaiah McAmis had a solid night for the Warriors, passing for 151 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for another score.
Noah White ran for a 46-yard touchdown with 4:26 left, and Unicoi County escaped Sullivan East with a 19-14 victory on Friday night.
There were flashes of brilliance and some costly mistakes on both sidelines Friday night as Wise Central took a 41-27 nondistrict win over Eastside at Tommy McAmis Field in the football season opener for both teams. Photos from the game courtesy of
Sullivan Central held a four-point lead with less than nine minutes to go in the fourth quarter but ultimately fell 28-26 to Chuckey-Doak on Friday night.
After enduring an uncharacteristic 4-7 record last season, Richlands blew past Gate City 42-7 on Friday at Legion Field in the regular-season opener for both teams.
The Dobyns-Bennett football team hit the road for the first time this season, visiting Oak Ridge on Friday night. The Wildcats dropped the Indians 41-12. The loss marks the Indians' first 0-2 start since 2009. The Tribe will try to get back on track
High school football action is in full swing in both Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Here are some fan photos from games around the region on Friday, Aug. 24. Share your photos with us by mentioning @tnsportslive on Twitter or emailing
Ronquille Joyner rushed for 153 yards on 16 carries and scored a touchdown to lead the David Crockett football team to a season- opening 21-7 victory over Seymour on Friday night.
Quarterback Cade Ballard passed for four touchdowns and 282 yards and ran for two more scores and another 147 yards for Greeneville in Friday night’s 43-3 win over Dobyns-Bennett at J. Fred Johnson Stadium.