It’s game day! Join us in the Sports Live RedZone to follow all of the action from tonight’s high school football playoff games.
Hurley quarterback Tayten Sykes carried the ball 42 times for a staggering 370 yards to lead Hurley to a 44-43 win over Eastside in the Class 1A, Region D playoffs on Saturday.
Austin Lane’s fourth-quarter touchdown carried J.I. Burton to a Class 1A, Region D win Friday night, but a late Grayson County score knocked Ridgeview out of the 2A playoffs.
One of the smallest players on the field turned in the two biggest plays of the game to secure the Tigers’ hard-fought, 29-20 victory over the Golden Raiders at Benny Compton Field.
Bradley Central’s onside kick late in the fourth quarter took a fortuitous Bears bounce and, after the recovery, they went on to bounce the Indians from the Class 6A playoffs.
The Sullivan North Golden Raiders hosted the Rockwood Tigers for a TSSAA Class 2A second-round playoff game at Benny Compton Field on Friday night. The Raiders fell behind early, but clawed their way back into contention before falling to the Tigers,
Final scores from high school football action in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia on Friday, Nov. 10.
Union takes on Richlands at 7 p.m. tonight at Bullitt Park in the opening round of the VHSL playoffs. On Saturday, Eastside welcomes Hurley for a 1 p.m. kickoff.
The Indians host Bradley Central at J. Fred Johnson Stadium tonight in a Class 6A matchup, and the Golden Raiders entertain 2A foe Rockwood at Benny Compton Field.
The final week of the regular season in Southwest Virginia included wins for Union, JI Burton, Twin Springs and Abingdon.
Castlewood held Eastside’s Jordan Rasnick and Matthew Sexton in check all night, but the duo still played big parts in the most important 3 yards for the Spartans in years.
Daniel Boone’s football team entered the TSSAA playoffs Friday with a No. 1 seed and some No. 2s on the depth chart in the starting lineup.
The top-seeded Indians (8-3) moved on to host Bradley Central (9-2) in Round 2 next week. The Bears were 41-34 winners over Science Hill.
The top-seeded Golden Raiders fought off fourth-seeded Cumberland Gap 22-15 in the opening round of the TSSAA 2A playoffs.
Daniel Boone’s football team entered the TSSAA Class 5A playoffs Friday with a No. 1 seed. That didn't matter much to Knox Central. The Bobcats came to Gray and held the injury-riddled Trailblazers to just 125 yards of total offense en route to a 16-