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  1. kwc

    Da Haven

    Out of Memphis: Germantown, Memphis Central, White Station, and Cordova. If Whitehaven makes it to the Semifinals ... Cane Ridge, Ravenwood, Mt Juliet, or Independence ... off the top of my head.
  2. kwc

    Da Haven

    Meanwhile ... back in the lab.
  3. kwc

    Da Haven

    Texas A & M recently offered.
  4. 2020 Watch List: Top Tennessee Prospects (Presented by ChrisSmithSports) Quarterbacks - Aaron Swofford - 6’1 183 - Meigs Co. - Gavin Wilkinson - 6’4 175 - Farragut - Ethan Cash - 6’1 215 - Independence - Will McDonald - 6’3 190 - Livingston Academy - Collin Ironside - 6’1 180 - Bearden - Nick Semptimphelter - 6’1 180 - BGA - Walker Trusley - 6’1 180 - Powell - Brian Garcia - 5’11 165 - Ravenwood - Jack Jancek - 6’4 180 - Knoxville Catholic - Jake Ashlock - 6’3 190 - Clay Co. - Wade Williams - 6’2 180 - Brentwood Academy - Cade Walker - 6’1 180 - Page - Nate Brackett - 6’3 190 - Rockwood - Jackson Cothren - 6’3 200 - Lincoln Co. - Cade Larkins - 6’2 215 - David Crockett - Taylor Yancey - 6’0 185 - Riverdale - Tucker Sears - 6’0 190 - Siegel - Demarcion Lyles - 6’3 180 - Pearl Cohn - Joshua Nichols - 6’2 180 - Franklin - John Marshall - 6’2 190 - Memphis Central - Jackson Green - 6’5 200 - Middle TN Christian - J.D. Shults - 6’1 170 - Gatlinburg-Pittman - Griffin Broome - 6’2 175 - Boyd-Buchanan - Collin Trent - 6’0 180 - Cherokee Running Backs - Jabari Small - 5’10 185 - Briarcrest Christian - Tee Hodge - 6’1 200 - Maryville - Kemari McGowan - 6’0 185 - Middle TN Christian - Cameron Sneed - 5’10 180 - Whitehaven - Gary Banks - 6’0 175 - Freedom Prep - Don Johnson - 5’9 185 - Spring Hill - Justin Seagraves - 5’10 175 - Friendship Christian - Trey Foster - 5’11 205 - Austin-East - Dermarus Carey - 5’9 175 - Watertown - Terry Wilkins - 5’6 175 - Fairley - Al Wooten II - 6’0 210 - Christian Brothers - Julian Walton - 6’1 180 - Riverdale - Mac Fullen - 5’11 190 - Tipton-Rosemark - Jordan Brown - 5’10 182 - Blackman - Brian Covington - 5’10 190 - Hillsboro - Christian Nash - 5’10 180 - Lewis Co. - Zereoue Johnson - 5’10 180 - Smyrna - Jeffery Watkins, Jr - 5’7 180 - Notre Dame - Desmond Smith - 5’9 160 - Spring Hill - Charlie Cole - 6’0 215 - Daniel Boone - Drew Jackson - 5’10 180 - Loudon Wide Receivers - Darin Turner - 6’4 205 - Memphis Central **Committed to LSU** - Malik Bowen - 6’2 180 - Mt. Juliet - Chancellor Bright - 6’1 180 - Franklin - Malachi Burns - 6’3 195 - Shelbyville Central - Mekos Baker - 6’2 170 - Baylor School - K.J Murden - 5’10 165 - Shelbyville Central - Tomario Vereen - 6’3 190 - Northeast - Vincent Hamer - 6’3 185 - Goodpasture - Ashton Maples - 6’4 180 - Maryville - Jonathan Leeds - 5’10 165 - Cane Ridge - Kai Norris - 6’3 180 - St. Benedict - Holden Willis - 6’4 200 - Greenback - Demerius Brook - 6’2 180 - Freedom Prep - Jaylon Monger - 6’0 165 - Ridgeway - Jake Hollandsworth - 6’3 170 - Tullahoma - Tylin Udley - 6’3 170 - Pearl Cohn - Demarcus Hunt - 6’1 170 - Ridgeway - Tyler Kirkess - 6’3 185 - Morristown-East - Jalen Page - 6’2 170 - Blackman - Hunter Jewell - 6’2 190 - Tullahoma - Andre Darden - 6’1 188 - Creek Wood - Donta Hackler - 6’3 175 - David Crockett - Issac Smith - 6’3 170 - St. George’s - Vinny Cardella III - 5’11 170 - Independence - Cade Marino - 6’3 180 - Pope John Paul - Terrance Clemons - 6’0 190 - Bolivar Central - Ocasio Nelson - 6’1 185 - Memphis Academy - Austin Hamblen - 6’1 170 - Cherokee Tight Ends - Charlie Browder - 6’6 220 - Dobyns-Bennett - Austin Henderson - 6’5 220 - Ensworth School - Nolan Wishon - 6’6 240 - Tennessee High - Noah Burnette - 6’3 220 - Loudon - Sage Brawner - 6’4 230 - Mt. Juliet - Patrick Bower - 6’6 205 - Bearden - J.P. Wamble - 6’3 220 - Lebanon O-Lineman - Bryn Tucker - 6’5 305 - Knoxville Catholic - Omari Thomas, Jr - 6’5 302 - Briarcrest Christian - Chris Morris - 6’4 280 - Freedom Prep - Marcus Henderson - 6’4 310 - MUS - Ray Curry, Jr - 6’5 315 - White Station - Michael Reese - 6’5 280 - Cane Ridge - Cooper Mays - 6’3 255 - Knoxville Catholic - Jason Eaton - 6’6 320 - Clarksville - Gary Smith - 6’2 300 - Shelbyville Central - Graham Barton - 6’4 265 - Ravenwood - Christian Benoit - 6’5 270 - Ooltewah - Rodney Newsom - 6’3 290 - Briarcrest Christian - Gabriel Sleenhof - 6’4 260 - Ravenwood - Chris Washington - 6’6 270 - Overton - Blake Hundley - 6’3 305 - Clarksville - Deris Jackson - 6’4 300 - Lausanne School - Brackston Alford - 6’4 280 - Alcoa - Ryan Jackson - 6’2 275 - Friendship Christian - Teegan Flomberg - 6’2 265 - Knoxville Catholic - Garrett Crouch - 6’4 270 - Brentwood Academy - Tommy Ledford - 6’5 290 - Maryville - Jett Katina - 6’4 285 - Independence - Kemani Lewis - 6’3 290 - Dyer Co. - Jacob Brigman - 6’2 270 - Notre Dame - Colt Sinor - 6’3 290 - Chattanooga Christian - A.J. Pittman - 6’3 300 - Briarcrest Christian - Micah Gaines - 6’3 270 - Bolivar Central - Issac Cross - 6’2 280 - DeKalb Co. - Chris Everhart - 6’3 315 - Greeneville - Carson Webb - 6’2 255 - Lausanne School - Eli Mitchell - 6’1 265 - Alcoa - Kobe Perkins - 6’3 330 - Memphis Central - Aaron Mayes - 6’2 260 - Overton - Conor McNamara - 6’4 245 - Mt. Juliet - Jackson Riley - 6’1 270 - Oakland - Ronald Webb - 6’1 300 - Whitehaven - John Gordon - 6’0 280 - Siegel D-Lineman - Reggie Grimes, Jr - 6’4 215 - Mt. Juliet - Tyler Baron - 6’5 250 - Ensworth School - Dallas Walker - 6’3 253 - Smyrna - Stiles Moore - 6’3 235 - Knoxville Catholic - Tyrece Edwards - 6’3 240 - Knoxville West - Luke Shouse - 6’6 250 - Ravenwood - Kiston Arnold - 6’3 220 - Summit - Christopher Pillow - 6’1 305 - Davidson Academy - Frankie Mays - 6’3 280 - Lake Co. - Trevvon Rybka - 6’3 245 - Dickson Co. - Jay Hardy - 6’4 252 - McCallie School - Bryce Nicely - 6’3 285 - Knoxville Catholic - Emerson Tripp - 6’3 235 - Loudon - Greyson Gregory - 6’0 280 - Lebanon - Dayon Smith-Agent - 6’0 270 - Siegel - J.T. May - 6’4 225 - Tipton-Rosemark - Decorian Bowers - 6’2 320 - Hillsboro - Tayshard Wilkins - 6’2 270 - Southwind - Jalen Shead - 6’2 235 - White Station - Tyler Holt - 6’0 285 - Stratford - Stone Roston - 6’2 240 - Brentwood - Jalen Moore - 6’1 235 - Hardin Valley - Trace Brown - 6’2 235 - Seymour - Caleb Lanford - 6’2 250 - Indpendence - Cameron Boles - 6’2 305 - LaVergne - Deont’e Seay - 6’2 270 - Austin-East - TyQaze Leggs - 6’1 265 - Maplewood - Richard Ellis - 5’11 250 - Whitehaven - Jonathan Maynard - 6’1 280 - Clay Co. - Zach Bone - 6’3 250 - Creek Wood - Lenon James, Jr - 6’1 250 - Memphis Central Linebackers - Bryson Eason - 6’1 236 - Whitehaven - Martavius French - 6’2 235 - Whitehaven - Devyn Curtis - 6’2 210 - Brentwood Academy - Drew Francis - 6’2 205 - Knoxville West - Aaron Moore - 6’3 225 - Oakland - Austin Hill - 6’2 220 - Evangelical Christian - C.J. Ware - 6’4 220 - Nolensville - Detoy’e Adewole - 6’3 220 - Overton - Bryan Rice - 6’1 215 - Ravenwood - Isaiah Butler - 6’0 215 - Southwind - D.J. Moyers - 6’1 205 - Riverdale - Conner Murphy - 6’1 195 - Blackman - Jay Wright - 5’11 210 - Pope John Paul - Campbell Puckett - 6’2 230 - Lake Co. - David Bradford - 5’11 215 - DeKalb Co. - Daniel Davila - 6’2 215 - Lebanon - Noah Martin - 6’1 200 - Baylor School - Taveris Albury - 5’11 205 - Northwest - Ronnie Rankins - 6’0 205 - Oakland - Drew Lawson - 6’0 205 - Siegel - Xiere Howard - 6’1 200 - Brentwood - Aidan Allen - 6’2 210 - Blackman - Zach Kessler - 6’3 210 - Cheatham Co. Central - Micah Fann - 6’2 208 - Dickson Co. - Kaleb Seay - 6’1 210 - BGA - Cody Duncan - 6’1 215 - Knoxville Catholic - Hunter Kendall - 5’11 205 - MUS - Brandyn Golden - 6’1 210 - Riverdale - Travis Lewis - 6’1 200 - White Station - Avery Miller - 6’2 200 - Ravenwood - Brooks Heagarty - 6’3 225 - Pope John Paul - Jared Lawrence - 6’0 195 - Wilson Central - Ty Youngblood - 6’0 205 - Greeneville - C.J. Livesay - 6’0 215 - Morristown-West - Kameron Rogers - 6’1 205 - East Nashville - Ethan Myers - 6’1 205 - Blackman Defensive Backs - Keshawn Lawrence - 6’2 188 - Ensworth School - Tamarion McDonald - 6’2 220 - Whitehaven - Antonio Stevens - 6’1 195 - BGA - Yukari Blanchard - 5’11 175 - East Nashville - Briston Bennett - 6’0 170 - BGA - Quitman Kincaid - 6’2 190 - Rossview - Bryce Bergholtz - 5’11 185 - Brentwood - Lester Shaw - 6’0 175 - East Nashville - Christian Denton - 6’0 185 - South Gibson - Rashaun Richardson - 6’1 170 - East Nashville - Dajeun Gibson - 6’0 186 - Blackman - Keionte Newson - 6’2 205 - Brighton - Reginald Neely - 6’1 175 - Briarcrest Christian - Jaiden Rice - 5’11 170 - Davidson Academy - Jaylan Bunch - 5’11 175 - Blackman - Izaiah Matheny - 6’0 170 - Lake Co. - Andre Gooden - 5’11 170 - Whitehaven - Melvin Green - 5’9 175 - Lausanne School - Isaiah Johnson - 6’0 185 - Oak Ridge - Jahdell Leequay - 5’10 186 - Ravenwood - Javian Browder - 5’11 185 - Northeast - Lorenzo Towns, Jr - 5’11 185 - Memphis Central - Devvan Darden - 5’11 170 - Pope John Paul - Will Griggs - 6’0 180 - White Co. - Jonas Hart - 6’0 165 - Lausanne School - Mason Shelton - 6’3 200 - Maryville - Nick Smiley - 5’11 170 - Davidson Academy - Caleb Rouse - 6’3 175 - Maryville - Bobby Moody - 6’2 185 - Tullahoma - Dorian Champion - 5’11 165 - Friendship Christian - Ty Boyd - 6’0 185 - Alcoa - Keegan Dietz - 6’1 170 - Smyrna - Josh Harney - 5’11 165 - Riverdale - Elijah Conley - 5’10 165 - Ridgeway - Hayden Candela - 6’0 190 - Bearden - Aaron Lovins - 6’0 180 - Brentwood Academy - Jet Harris - 6’0 195 - Dobyns-Bennett - Davion Dunn - 5’11 160 - Bradley Central - Jarrett Brandon - 6’0 180 - Lincoln Co. - Hunter Ensley - 6’0 180 - Huntington - Blanton Brown - 5’11 180 - Coffee Co. Central - Faizon Lilly - 6’1 160 - Covington - Mykhel Taylor - 5’10 163 - Ridgeway - Cory Beal, Jr - 5’11 165 - Overton - Caedon Williams - 5’9 170 - Independence Athletes - Elijah Young - 5’11 170 - South Doyle - Chayce Bishop - 5’10 165 - Brentwood - A.J. Davis - 5’10 175 - Maryville - Garnett Hollis - 6’1 180 - BGA - Tyler Fletcher - 6’3 180 - East Nashville - Chase Robertson - 6’4 220 - Independence - George Odimegwu - 5’11 175 - Summit - Derrell Bailey, Jr - 6’6 260 - Greenback - D’Angelo Hardy - 5’11 183 - McCallie School - Alec Keathley - 6’3 208 - Farragut - Jeremiah Batiste - 6’0 168 - Tyner Academy - Devin Chandler - 5’10 165 - Arlington - Jordan Smith - 6’1 190 - Ravenwood - Jeremiah Hastings - 6’1 175 - Lebanon - Bobby Whitley - 6’1 160 - Beech - Jamal Barrett - 6’1 160 - Siegel - Bailor Walker - 5’11 190 - Powell - Derick Tucker - 6’1 165 - Manassas - Cade Maupin - 6’2 190 - Dobyns-Bennett - Walker Dunn - 6’1 185 - Giles Co. - Isaiah Ligon - 5’9 190 - Austin-East - James Baker - 6’1 170 - White Station - Andrew Mason - 5’10 155 - Ravenwood - J’Lin Powell - 5’11 200 - Northeast - Tig Nash - 5’10 200 - Oakland - Tavin Davis - 6’0 165 - Lausanne School - Jaden Davis - 6’2 185 - Dickson Co. - Kemaul Rogers - 6’1 160 - Northwest - London Stepheny - 5’10 170 - Bearden - Jacious Clark - 6’1 170 - Fayetteville - Arondai Thompson - 5’10 160 - East Nashville - Xavier Golden - 5’10 170 - White Station - Cam Capshaw - 6’2 170 - Oak Ridge - Brody Sloan - 6’2 205 - Maryville - Claudious Williams - 6’0 170 - Coffee Co. Central - Ronto Tipton - 5’10 160 - South Pittsburg - Judah White - 6’0 190 - Alcoa - Cameron Woodruff - 5’10 170 - Oakland - Cade Chambers - 6’4 180 - Maryville - T.J. Spain - 5’11 170 - Hillsboro - Blake Issacs - 5’11 180 - Unaka - Malachi Hill - 6’1 170 - Overton - Devon Wilson - 5’9 160 - Marshall Co. - Gabriel McDaniel - 6’0 160 - Ensworth School - Caleb Willis - 5’8 160 - USJ - Darion Williamson - 6’3 180 - Haywood - Shawn Scott - 6’0 160 - Clarksville Academy - Martavius Ryals - 6’0 165 - Tyner Academy - Jaden Bouknight - 5’9 170 - LaVergne - Ahmad Benney - 6’2 170 - Manassas - Cam York - 6’1 180 - Hardin Valley - Joshua Santiago - 5’11 160 - Spring Hill - Jayden Jobe - 5’9 190 - Watertown - Jonnie Simmons - 6’0 180 - Stewarts Creek
  5. The Chris Smith Class of 2020 Watch List.
  6. kwc

    Memphis BB

    More on Matt. This Whitehaven/East rivalry is going to be awesome this year.
  7. kwc

    Memphis BB

    East still has James Wiseman and Malcom Dandridge. They are still the favorirtes in AAA unless that changes. However ... Whitehaven just became more competitive with them with Chandler leaving.
  8. kwc

    Da Haven

    More on Matt.
  9. kwc

    2018 - 2019 Tiger Football

    3 Memphis Tiger football players named to preseason award watch lists Mark Giannotto, Memphis Commercial AppealPublished 10:52 a.m. CT July 16, 2018 igers Spring Football Game 201 (Photo: Mark Weber/The Commercial Appeal) A trio of Memphis football players were named to prestigious preseason award watch lists Monday now that the 2018 season is fast approaching. Tailback Darrell Henderson and multi-dimensional redshirt junior Tony Pollard led the way, earning spots on the Maxwell Award watch list. It's an award presented annually to the best college football player in the country. Linebacker Curtis Akins also made the watch list for the Bednarik Award, which is given to the nation's top defensive player. All three players are coming off breakthrough seasons and are once again expected to be key figures for the Tigers. Pollard, a redshirt junior, has emerged as one of the most dynamic all-around weapons in the country at Memphis. He was named a Walter Camp all-American and earned the AAC's special teams player of the year award for the second season in a row after he led the nation in kickoff return touchdowns (4) and kickoff return average (40 yards) in 2017. He also took on an important role within the Tigers' offense as a running back and wide receiver. The Memphis native was second on the team with 36 receptions for 536 yards and four touchdowns. In addition, he rushed for 230 yards and two touchdowns. With the graduation of record-setting wide receiver Anthony Miller and a new quarterback under center, Pollard should see his role on offense increase even more this season. Memphis kick returner Darrell Henderson (left) runs by UCF kicker Matthew Wright (right) during second quarter action of the the AAC Championship football game in Orlando, Fl., Saturday, December 2, 2017. (Photo: Mark Weber, The Commercial Appeal) Henderson earned second team all-AAC honors as a sophomore last year when he rushed for 1,154 yards and scored nine touchdowns. He was the first Memphis football player to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a season since 2009, and averaged a school record 8.9 yards per carry. He closed the regular season by finishing with more than 100 rushing yards in five-straight games. Henderson missed the Tigers' Liberty Bowl loss to Iowa State due to a leg injury and did not participate in their spring game as a precaution. He did, however, take part in scrimmages during spring practice. University of Memphis defender Curtis Akins celebrates a tackles against University of Tulsa during second quarter action in Tulsa, Okla., Friday, November 3, 2017. (Photo: Mark Weber/The Commercial Appeal) Akins will be one of the leaders for a Memphis defense that returns many of its top players from last season. The senior led the Tigers in tackles (88) last year despite missing two games due to injury. Memphis is coming off a 10-3 campaign and its first appearance in the AAC championship game. The program will open its 2019 preseason training camp on Aug. 2. The Tigers begin the 2018 regular season Sep. 1 with a game against Mercer at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.
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    2018 - 2019 Tiger Football

    The point is mute now because he decommitted and now he's a South Carolina commit.
  11. Donovan Stewart’s Covering the Entire State Series: Class 6A Capsules Posted by Donovan Stewart Date: July 16, 2018 Its the third week of July which means it’s time to cover the entire state, so this is the eighth year of my Covering the Entire State Series as I will look at Class 6A today. Besides the team capsules, there is also a list of new 6A head coaches as well as the longest winning and losing streaks in 6A going into the 2018 season. New Faces In New Places- There are seven new Class 6A Head Coaches in 2018: Joey Christian, Dobyns Bennett; Scott Chandler, Ooltewah; Kit Hartsfield, Blackman; James Beasley, Hendersonville; Marcus Wimberly, Cordova; James Thomas, Houston and Major Wright, Memphis Central Longest Winning Streaks in 6A going into 2018 Maryville- 13 Franklin- 2 Coffee County- 1 Hardin Valley- 1 Nashville Overton- 1 William Blount- 1 Wilson Central- 1 Losing Streaks in 6A going into 2018: Antioch- 9 Heritage- 5 McGavock- 5 Station Camp- 4 Longest Current Tenured 6A Coaches Eddie Courtney, Farragut, 22 years Shawn Hollingsworth, Station Camp, 15 Rodney Saulsberry, Whitehaven, 14 Bo Cagle, McMinn County, 12 Damon Floyd, Bradley Central, 12 Matt Williams, Smyrna, 10 Wes Jones, Hardin Valley, 9 Stacy Carter, Science Hill, 8 Brad Dedman, Wilson Central, 8 Jay Gore, McGavock, 8 Stanton Stevens, LaVergne, 8 Bearden Bulldogs City- Knoxville County- Knox Enrollment- 2,063 Last Season’s Record- 6-5, lost to Maryville in first round Region- 1-6A Head Coach- Morgan Shinlever (17-26 in four years at Bearden) Offensive Coordinator- Brian Milan Defensive Coordinator- Mickey Chait Offense- Pro Defense- 4-2-5 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 11 (6 Off/5 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Collin Ironside (QB, Jr.), Caleb Wilkins (RB/LB/P, Sr.), Sampson Moss (TE/DL, Sr.), Fred Cooper (OL, Sr.), AJ Simon (DL, Sr.), Matt Carr (WR/DB, Sr.), Kahlil Abdullah (WR/DB, Sr.), Addison Ironside (TE/DE, Sr.) Key Losses- Sam Coffin (DB/RB), Tyson Bivins (DB), Nate Adkins (OL/DL), Colten Tyler (TE/DE) Streak Going Into 2018- one year losing streak Dobyns Bennett Indians City- Kingsport County- Sullivan Enrollment- 2,208 Last Season’s Record- 8-4, lost to Bradley Central in second round Region- 1-6A Head Coach - Joey Christian (0-0 in first year at DB) Offensive Coordinator- Chris Thacker Defensive Coordinator- B.I. Salyers Offense- Multiple Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 8 (5 Off/3 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Lendon Redwine (QB, Sr.), Cade Salyers (OL, Sr.), Cade Maupin (WR/S, Jr.), Nick Starke (OL, Sr.), Jet Harris (LB, Jr.), Lucas Patton (OL, Sr.) Key Losses- Drew Christian (OL), Bradyn Buckles (OL), Dawson Pierson (OL), Matt Diminick (WR/DB), Dee Williams (WR/DB), Isaiah Jayne (LB), Sevin Smith (LB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Farragut Admirals City- Knoxville County- Knox Enrollment- 1,734 Last Season’s Record- 9-3, lost to Maryville in second round Region- 1-6A Head Coach- Eddie Courtney (161-93 in 22 years at Farragut) Offensive Coordinator- Geoff Courtney Defensive Coordinator- David Hawkins Offense- Spread Option Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 10 (5 Off/5 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Jaden Gibbs (WR, Sr.), Kyle Carter (RB, Sr.), Gavin Wilkinson (QB, Jr.), Isaiah Gibbs (RB, Sr.), Neyland Harmon (LB, Sr.), Caleb Kuhn (LB, Sr.), Wyatt Lucas (WR/DB, Sr.), Tanner Corum (WR, Sr.), Cooper Mashburn (OL, Sr.) Alec Keathley (TE/LB, Jr.), Hunter Shopovich (WR, Jr.), Matt White (WR, Soph.), Eli Purcell (LB, Soph.) Key Losses- Max Travis (QB/DB), Drew Butler (LB), Jacob Warren (TE), Braden Collins (WR), Andrew Maxey (OL), Jonathan Buchanan (OL), Jackson Powers (OL), Nnamdi Mcswine (DE), Cade Burkey (LB), Alex Williams (LB), Grayson Utterback (DB), Griffen Swicegood (DB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Hardin Valley Hawks City- Knoxville County- Knox Enrollment- 2,035 Last Season’s Record- 5-5 Region- 1-6A Head Coach- Wes Jones (79-93 overall, 50-49 in nine years at Hardin Valley) Offensive Coordinator- Andre Cabellero Defensive Coordinator- Mike Potter Offense- Spread Defense- 4-3 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 14 (7 Off/7 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Luke Defur (LB/DB, Sr.), Cam York (LB/WR, Jr.), Dawson Hardesty (OL/DL, Sr.),Travis Griffin (LB/RB, Sr.), Grayson Vaughn (QB, Sr.),Cartez Campbell (WR/DB, Sr.) Key Losses- Aaron Dykes (RB/DB), Eddie Martorelli (DL/TE), Elijah Richardson (SS/RB), Colby Green (LB/OL), Cody green (RB/LB), E.J. Caldwell (WR/DB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game winning streak Jefferson County Patriots City- Dandridge County- Jefferson Enrollment- 2,185 Last Season’s Record- 5-5 Region- 1-6A Head Coach- Spencer Riley (8-13 in two years at Jefferson County) Offensive Coordinator- Mark Hodges Defensive Coordinator- Spencer Riley Offense- Multiple Defense- Multiple Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 13 (7 Off/6 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Ben Royster (DB, Sr), Kris Hawkins (RB, Sr), Issac Workman (LB, Sr.), Taylor Thomas (DL, Sr.), Jake Hyer (DL, Sr), Jaylen Haney (DE , Sr.) Key Losses- Caman Cody (DT), Elijah Dial (DB), Gabe Tabor (DB), Clay Woods (RB), Blake Taylor (RB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Morristown West Trojans City- Morristown County- Hamblen Enrollment- 1,551 Last Season’s Record- 3-7 Region- 1-6A Head Coach- Alvin Sanders (3-7 in one year at West) Offensive Coordinator- Alvin Sanders Defensive Coordinator- Rodney McCash Offense- Spread Defense- 4-3 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 11 (6 Off/5 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Matthew Salansky (LB, Sr.), Zach Young (DB, Sr.), CJ Livesay, (DL, Jr.), Jackson Cole (WR, Jr.), Jamal Spradling (LB, Sr.), Dallas Dawson (OL, Sr.), Corbin Yount (OL, Sr.), Garrett Jenny (OL, Sr.), Sejdi Oruglica (DL, Sr.), Grant Misenheimer (DB, Sr.) Key Losses- John Foreback (QB), Aaron Hess (OL), Nathan Keaton (OL), Chad Wolfe (DL), Colton Misenheimer (WR), Jacob Harrell (RB) Streak Going Into 2018- three game losing streak Science Hill Hilltoppers City- Johnson City County- Washington Enrollment- 2,248 Last Season’s Record- 7-4, lost to Bradley Central in first round Region- 1-6A Head Coach- Stacy Carter (130-42 overall, 67-27 in eight years at Science Hill) Offensive Coordinator- Stacy Carter Defensive Coordinator- Ralph Nelson Offense- Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense-12 (7 Off/5 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Drew Morrison (RB, Sr.), Stephen Grant (OL, Sr.), Ryan Miles (OL, Sr.), Blake Austin (OL, Sr.), Kendrick Fain (OL, Jr.), Chris Thomas (RB, Sr.), Shane Austin (WR/S, Sr.), Mathew Levi (LB, Jr.), Jack Tevis (DT, Sr.), Jacob Abram (DE, Sr.), Nick Copenhaver (S, Jr.), A.J. Stewart (QB, Jr.) Key Losses- Jaylan Adams (QB), Aundre Butler (WR), T.J. Patton (WR/DB), Zach Colvin (OL), Trey Gasteiger (OL), Denzel Medina (TE/LB), Tristan McPeak (LB), Jesse Cross (DL) Streak Going Into 2018- two game losing streak Bradley Central Bears City- Cleveland County- Bradley Enrollment- 1,705 Last Season’s Record- 10-3, lost to Maryville in Quarterfinals Region- 2-6A Head Coach- Damon Floyd (73-59 in 12 years at Bradley) Offensive Coordinator- Matt Moody Defensive Coordinator- Damon Floyd Offense- No Huddle Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 4 (2 Off/2 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Dylan Standifer (QB, Sr.), Parker Johnson (DL/RB, Sr.), Kahlil Lambert (DB/RB, Sr.), Trevor Wallace (OL, Sr.), Tray Curry (WR/DB, Soph.), Saylor Clark (WR, Jr.), Ricky McCleary (RB, Jr.), Hayden Ownbey (LB, Sr.), Cole Reyer (LB, Sr.), Kam Arrowood (LB, Jr.), Easton Clark (DL, Sr.), Tucker Still (DB, Jr.) Key Losses- Jake Presley (S), Jay Person (LB), Henley Headrick (LB), Kevin Gentry (DL), Tyler Collier (OL), Christopher Cash (OL), Nick Howell (WR), Lamerick Tucker (WR), Adam Mullis (RB), Devin Moore (RB), Tucker Bentley (OL), Josh Hatchett (OL), Bailey Timmons (OL), Stephen Muhonen (WR) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Cleveland Blue Raiders City- Cleveland County- Bradley Enrollment- 1,546 Last Season’s Record- 7-4, lost to Farragut in first round Region- 2-6A Head Coach- Scott Cummings (121-73 overall, 17-15 in three years at Cleveland) Offensive Coordinator- Adam Renshaw Defensive Coordinator- Brandon Harmon Offense- Gun Option Defense- 3-3 Stack Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 9 (5 Off/4 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Alex Williams (OL, Sr.), Alex Higgins (DL, Sr.), Victor Dodd (DL, Sr.), Logan Strickland (LB, Sr.), David Dorsey (FS, Sr.), Wilson Benefield (DE, Sr.), Jake Applegate (LB, Sr.), Caleb Flickner (OL, Sr.), Arli Ferguson (WR, Jr.), Robert Flowers (WR, Jr.) Key Losses- Keegan Jones (RB), Romeo Wykle (WR/SS), Micaleous Elder (RB, Transferred to Blackman) , Chase Oliver (LB), Treasure Johnson (DB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Heritage Mountaineers City- Maryville County- Blount Enrollment- 1,559 Last Season’s Record- 3-7 Region- 2-6A Head Coach- Tim Hammontree (83-93 overall, 15-47 in six years at Heritage) Offensive Coordinator- Dylan Morgan Defensive Coordinator- Tim Hammontree Offense- Spread Defense- 3-5-3 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 6 (3 Off/3 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Max Bowers (WR/QB/S, Sr.) Key Losses- James Ambagis (RB), Landon Harrell (LB), Noah Johnson (OL), Eli Phillips (OL/DL), Jacob Coppenger (OL/DL), DJ Cooper (QB), Tim Shultz (WR/S), Morgan Buckley (K), Kyle Noe (RB/LB), Jesse Ewing (FB/LB) Streak Going Into 2018- five game losing streak Maryville Rebels City- Maryville County- Blount Enrollment- 1,684 Last Season’s Record- 14-1, beat Cane Ridge for 6A state title Region- 2-6A Head Coach- Derek Hunt (14-1 in one year at Maryville) Offensive Coordinator- Derek Hunt Co-Defensive Coordinators- Jeremy Russell and Nick White Offense- Multiple Defense- 4-3 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 9 (3 Off/6 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Davon Kimble (WR/DB, Sr.), A.J. Davis (WR, Jr.), Graham Shelley (OL, Sr.), Luke Walker (DE, Jr.), Matthew Walker (DT, Sr.), Logan Justice (DT, Sr.), Garrett Everett (DE, Sr.), Seth Orren (LB, Jr.), Michael Buchanan (DB, Sr.), Michael Jones (S, Sr.), Jack Cone (K, Sr.), Ashton Maples (WR, Jr.), Cade Chambers (QB, Jr.), Braden Carnes (QB, Jr.), Tee Hodge (RB, Jr.) Bryson Teffeteller (RB, Sr.) Key Losses- Dylan Hopkins (QB), Christian Markham (WR), Isaiah Cobb (RB), Blake Watson (TE), Tommy Smith (LB), Will Orren (DB), Riley Gennoe (LB), Mason Gann (OG), Jack Williams (OT), Byron Brown (WR/DB) Streak Going Into 2018- 13 game winning streak McMinn County Cherokees City- Athens County- McMinn Enrollment- 1,556 Last Season’s Record- 3-7 Region- 2-6A Head Coach- Bo Cagle (65-54 in 12 years at McMinn County) Offensive Coordinator- Jake Roberts Defensive Coordinator- Brad Bennett Offense- Spread Defense- 4-2-5 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 5 (2 Off/3 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Cam Johnson (DB/RB, Sr.), Noah Brown (DB, Soph.), Jalen Hunt (DB, Soph.), Jalen Sharpe (LB/DB, Jr.), Garrett Plemons (DB, Sr.), Toby Duggan (OL, Sr.), Ezra Markle (LB, Sr.) Key Losses- Andre Smith (DB), Hazen Henry (WR), Jake Whiting (WR), Bradley Hayes (QB), Will Wright (LB), Austin Arnett (LB/TE), Tabre Abernathy (LB/RB), Eric Madry (DB), Lee Shukait (DE), Martin Pierce (DT), Mason Bortle (DT/OL), Hunter Jaynes (OL), Tommy Trotter (OL), Scott Swafford (OL), Caleb Goodine (DE), James Milsaps (OL), Kyle Jackson (OL), Matthew Gossett (P), Kirk Lockmiller (K) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Ooltewah Owls City-Ooltewah County- Hamilton Enrollment- 1,537 Last Season’s Record- 5-6, lost to Dobyns Bennett in first round Region- 2-6A Head Coach - Scott Chandler (0-0 in first year at Ooltewah) Offensive Coordinator- Doug Greene Co-Defensive Coordinators- Kerry Jackson and Les Boyum Offense- Multiple 2 Back Defense- 4-3 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 5 (3 Off/2 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Kyrell Sanford (QB, Sr.), Malachi Quinn (DE, Sr.), TJ Taylor (FS, Sr.), Christian Benoit (OL, Jr.), Sincere Quinn (RB, Sr.) Key Losses- Andrew Manning (WR/FS), Jake Sullivan (DB), Rondarius Wash (DT), Jalen Rogers (LB), Brandon Davis (OL), Zaire Bruner (OL), Stephen Turman (SS) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak William Blount Governors City- Maryville County- Blount Enrollment- 1,818 Last Season’s Record- 1-9 Region- 2-6A Head Coach- Phillip Shadowens (184-104 overall, 5-27 in three years at Blount) Offensive Coordinator- Phillip Shadowens Defensive Coordinator- Brad Cochran Offense- Multiple Spread Defense- 4-3 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 12 (6 Off/6 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Key Losses- Streak Going Into 2018- one game winning streak key players_ Kaleb Sugden (RB/LB, Sr.), Michael Harris (FB/LB, Sr.), Trey Clemmer (QB, Soph.), Jordan Marlow (OL, Sr.), Evan Melbourne (DL, Sr.), Brett Boling (WR/FS, Sr.), Brayden Pierce (OL/DL, Sr.) Blackman Blaze City- Murfreesboro County- Rutherford Enrollment- 2,175 Last Season’s Record- 9-3, lost to Oakland in second round Region- 3-6A Head Coach - Kit Hartsfield (0-0 in first year at Blackman) Offensive Coordinator- Joe Moos Defensive Coordinator- Aaron Pitts Offense- Multiple Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 9 (5 Off/4 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Adonis Otey (QB/WR/DB, Sr.), Trey Knox (WR, Sr.), Jordan Brown (RB, Jr.), Micaleous Elder (WR/DB, Sr., Cleveland transfer), Ta’micus Napier (RB, Sr., McGavock transfer), Michael Brown (OL, Sr.), Khori Williams (LB, Sr.), Jesi Sampson (LB/DE/TE, Sr.), Kolby Alexander (TE/LB, Sr.), Kameron Phililom (OL, Sr.), Matt Hall (LB, Sr.), Alec Patton (DE, Sr.), Conner Murphy (RB/LB, Sr.) Key Losses- Master Teague (RB/DB), Thomas Burks (K), Ibrahim Qadir (SS), Conner Mitchell (QB) Jamis Carson (DB), Cordell Braxton (RB/ATH), Ben Kalu (DE) Treven Brown (DT) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Coffee County Red Raiders City- Manchester County- Coffee Enrollment-1,733 Last Season’s Record- 3-7 Region- 3-6A Head Coach- Ryan Sulkowski (45-49 overall, 9-33 in four years at Coffee) Offensive Coordinator- Brandon McWhorter Defensive Coordinator- Matt Mueller Offense- Tight Spread Defense- Multiple Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 14 (7 Off/7 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Andrew Mahaffey (DB, Sr.), Weston Hargrove (DB, Sr.), Eli Norton (DL, Sr.), Matthew Pittman (QB, So.), Trace Bryant (DB, Sr.), Collin Ward (FB/LB, Jr.), Claudius Williams (DB, Sr.), Tyler Luttrell (OL, Sr.), Marshall Haney (RB, So.), Tanner Hulvey (RB, Jr.) Key Losses- Alontae Taylor (WR), Dearron Rozier (RB/LB), Zach Vaughn (WR), Colton Prater (QB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game winning streak Cookeville Cavaliers City- Cookeville County- Putnam Enrollment- 2,203 Last Season’s Record- 10-3, lost to Oakland in Quarterfinals Region- 3-6A Head Coach- Jimmy Maynord Offensive Coordinator- Watson Brown Defensive Coordinator- David Foster Offense- Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense-2 (1 Off/1 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Clay Massengille (LB, Sr.), Jake Edmonds (OG, Sr.), Blaine Espinosa (QB, Sr.), Cooper Norrod (LB, Sr.), Jaedan McAllister (RB/DB, Sr.), Jacob Stamps (WR/SS, Jr.), Greg Watts (LB, Sr.) Key Losses- Jarquzes Hicks (WR/DB), Michael Scavo (FB/LB), Cade Smith ( QB), Davin Dyal (TE/DE), Sam Oldham (TE/DE), David Gist (TB/DB), JP Bush (WR/DB), Ben Loftis (SS), Conner Wright (OL), Dylan Sparks (WR/LB), Colby Martin (OL), Will Dillehay (OL), Glenmore Crabtree (FB/NG), Ben Baugh (WR/FS) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Oakland Patriots City- Murfreesboro County- Rutherford Enrollment- 2,173 Last Season’s Record- 13-1, lost to Maryville in Semifinals Region- 3-6A Head Coach- Kevin Creasy (118-16 overall, 39-4 in three years at Oakland) Offensive Coordinator- Kevin Creasy Defensive Coordinator- Stephen Jackson Offense- Wing T Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 14 (8 Off/6 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Woodi Washington (DB/WR, Sr., Oklahoma commitment), Xavier Myers (RB, Sr., Nashville Christian Transfer), Lionel Patterson (OL, Sr.), Christian Cantrell (DE/TE, Sr.), Brevin Linnell (QB, Sr.), Jalen Locklayer (FS, Sr.), Tekoy Randolph (DE/TE, Sr.), Malik Sibert (DB/WR, Sr.), Justin Jefferson (ATH, Sr.), Charlie Jones (OL, Sr.), Kameron Goodrich (DB, Sr.), Ethan Ellis (OL, Sr.), Garrett Taylor (K/P, Sr.), Ameer Gray (DB/RB, Sr.), Aaron Moore (DE, Jr.), Jackson Riley (OL/DL, Jr.), De’Arre McDonald (DB/WR, Jr.), Dorian Anderson (DB/WR, Jr.), Mikhael Holman (DE, Jr.), Joseph Anderson (DE, Sr., South Carolina commitment, Siegel transfer) Key Losses- Aaron Sears (K), Branson Boone (OL), Blake Spencer (DT), Jeron Rooks (RB/LB), Malik Marshall (RB), Robert Murphy (RB), Cameron Snelling (FB), Tanner Popovich (WR), Thadd Chapman (OL) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Riverdale Warriors City- Murfreesboro County- Rutherford Enrollment- 2,020 Last Season’s Record- 9-3, lost to Cookeville in second round Region- 3-6A Head Coach- Will Kriesky (15-9 in second year at Riverdale) Offensive Coordinator- Kelly Holcomb Defensive Coordinator- Chase Brooks Offense- Spread Defense- 4-2-5 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 6 (2 Off/4 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Will Priddy (OL/DL, Sr.), Gaston Haney (DE, Jr.), Jaxson Bryant (LB, Sr.), CJ Cartmel (DE, Jr.), Warren Gibbs (DT, Sr.), Taylor Yancey (QB, Jr.) Key Losses- Jarek Campbell (WR/SS), Jordan Cordoba (OL), D’Andre Litaker (DL), Christian Souffrant (QB), Mario Sanders (DL), Brady Stokes (SS/RB), Michael Scruggs (RB), Austin Valentine (FB/TE), Savion Davis (RB/DB), Troy Hutson (WR/DB), Nick Peterson (OL/DL), Nate Taylor (OL/DL) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Siegel Stars City- Murfreesboro County- Rutherford Enrollment- 1,782 Last Season’s Record- 4-6 Region- 3-6A Head Coach- Michael Copley (4-6 in one year at Siegel) Offensive Coordinator- Jared Neal Defensive Coordinator- Brian Hodge Offense- Pro Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 8 (3 Off/5 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Ryan Wilson (DB, Sr.), Brandon Ricks (LB, Sr.), Ethan Vanhook (DB, Jr.), Khalil Wilson (DE, Sr.), John Gordon (OL, Jr.), Tucker Sears (QB, Jr.), Warren Stoval (DB, Sr.), Jermaine Majors (WR, Sr.), Evan Milligan (WR, Jr.) Key Losses- Maxwell Iyama (OL), Wesley Woodard (OL), Brendan Crowell (QB), Jacob Frye (OL), Freddie Owens (LB), Peyton Swope (LB), Vic Sims (DL), Khalil Wilson (DL), Antonyo Glenn (RB), Lelan Wilhoite (RB) Caleb Bull (WR), Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Warren County Pioneers City- McMinnville County- Warren Enrollment- 2,053 Last Season’s Record- 3-7 Region- 3-6A Head Coach- Tom Moore (30-37 overall, 6-26 in three years at Warren) Offensive Coordinator- Corey Rathbone Defensive Coordinator- Paul Martin Offense- Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 10 (5 Off/5 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Devin Jordan (OL/DE, Sr.), Eric Haywood (WR/DB, Sr.), Noah Martin (OL, LB, Jr.) Clay Thompson (DB/QB, Soph.), Kaden Jordan (OL/DL, Soph.), Jay Rozier (RB/LB, Jr.) Key Losses- Isaiah Grayson (QB), DeAndre Thomas (FB), Zane Maxwell (OL/LB), Shawn Woodlee (NG/LB), Adrian Walker (OL), Trayton Rackley (LB), Luke Nisbett (DL) Streak Going Into 2018- two game losing streak Hendersonville Commandos City- Hendersonville County- Sumner Enrollment- 1,531 Last Season’s Record- 6-5, lost to Blackman in first round Region- 4-6A Head Coach - James Beasley (0-0 in first year at Hendersonville) Co-Offensive Coordinators- Anthony Lake and Karl Wenzel Defensive Coordinator- James Beasley Offense- Wing T Defense- 50/Odd Front Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 16 (7 Off/9 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Austin Halas (TE/DE, Sr.), Zach Rockom (OL/DL, Sr.), Lane Smith (OL/LB, Sr.), Andrew Waters (OL/DL, Sr.), Wilson Higgs (OL/DE, Sr.), Nate Hancock (RB/ATH/DB, Sr.), Derek Kincaid (RB/DB, Sr.), Austin Hamblin (OL/DL, Sr.), Dalton Jones (TE/DL, Sr.), Issiah Chandler (RB/DB, Jr.), Logan Spurrier (RB/DB, Jr.), JD Jordan (OL/LB, Jr.), Robert Christain (TE/LB, Sr.) Key Losses- Anthony Hughes (RB/LB), Brett Coker (QB), Blaze Foster (OL/LB), Gabe Dalton (WR/DB), Reggie Grisham (RB/DB), Joanthan Lisbona (P) Streak Going Into 2018- two game losing streak Lebanon Blue Devils City- Lebanon County- Wilson Enrollment- 1,905 Last Season’s Record- 6-5, lost to Oakland in first round Region- 4-6A Head Coach- Chuck Gentry (5-6 in one year at Lebanon) Offensive Coordinator- Dusty Brady Co-Defensive Coordinators- Shaun Frey and Michael Shaw Offense- Multiple Power Spread Defense- Multiple 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 13 (7 Off/6 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees-Zion Logue (DE/TE, Sr.), Chandler Crite (QB/DB, Sr.), Jeremiah Hastings (WR/DB, Jr.), Cade Baker (OT/NG, Sr.) Greyson Gregory (NG, Jr.), Breeze Copas (ATH, Jr.), Ryan Brown (LB, Sr.), Jackson Monette (OL, Soph.), Xavier Mills (LB, Sr.), Evan Clemmons (FB, Sr.) Key Losses- Tobi Adewale (DB), Joseph Pitts (DB/WR), Preston Parks (LB), Quinn Suber (LB) Kemon Neuble (LB) Jaxon Whittaker (OL/LB), Nathan Counts (OL/DL), Tyrique Cooper (RB), Streak Going Into 2018- two game losing streak Mt. Juliet Bears City- Mt. Juliet County- Wilson Enrollment- 2,145 Last Season’s Record- 10-1, lost to Mt. Juliet in first round Region- 4-6A Head Coach- Trey Perry (34-22 in five years at Mt. Juliet) Offensive Coordinator- Zach White Defensive Coordinator- Greg Abner Offense- Wing T Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 11 (5 Off/6 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Marcello Walton (RB/LB, Sr.), Michael Ruttlen (RB/DB, Sr.), Conner Ruzek (RB/FS, Sr.), Reggie Grimes (RB/LB, Jr.), Malik Bowen (WR, Jr.), Zach Delfendahl (OL/DL, Jr.), Ronnie Kramer (OL/DL, Sr.), Tristan Kilmon (DL, Sr.), Sage Brawner (TE/DE, Jr.), Colby Martin (RB/DB, Sr.), Alvin Mixon (QB, Sr.), Justin Harrigan (RB/LB, Sr.), Jayce Pardue (LB, Sr.), Cage Ellis (WR/DB, Sr.), Robbie Brewington (PK, Sr.), Matt Pewitt (P, Sr.), Tyler Johnson (PK, Jr.), Preston Lopez (OL, Sr.), Britain Steele (LB, Sr.), Bryan Aiken (ATH/DL, Sr.), Hunter Love (OL/DL, Jr.) Key Losses- Aidan Raines (RB), Tony Thompson (LB), Lawson Rich (WR), Tyreece Stone (OG), Cade Hoppe (OG/DL), Evan Angle (DE), Chris Humphreys (LB), Jesyah White (FS), Colton Reeder (LB), Keaton Mang (SS), Jeremiah Birdsong (DB), Braden Costley (DE) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Rossview Hawks City- Clarksville County- Montgomery Enrollment- 1,611 Last Season’s Record- 6-5, lost to Cookeville in first round Region- 4-6A Head Coach- Todd Hood (52-36 overall, 5-6 in one year at Rossview) Offensive Coordinator- Stratie Young Defensive Coordinator- Mark Hall Offense- Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 5 (2 Off/3 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Kayden Miller (WR, Sr.), D’Tavious Brown (LB, Sr.), Nick Harbor (QB, Sr.), Connor Huff (OL, Sr.), Jonathan Coffee (RB, Sr.), Mikhail Prater (FS/WR, Sr.), Logan McMillan. (NG, Sr.), Zaden Webber (K, Sr.), Jackson Brown (OL, Jr.), Kariem Montague (OL, Jr.), Brock Roland (SS, Jr.), Alex Brundage (OL, Sr.) Key Losses- Isaiah Phillips (QB/DB), Zach Spoonamore (OL), Fred Orr (RB, Transferred to Northeast), Tyler McCoin (OL), Clayton Spence (TE), Gavin Price (OL), Jakob Harris (RB), Jalen Baxter (DB), Ryson Shepperd (LB), Andrew Arias (DL), Tim Brown (DL) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Station Camp Bison City- Gallatin County- Sumner Enrollment- 1,756 Last Season’s Record- 1-9 Region- 4-6A Head Coach- Shaun Hollingsworth (77-87 in 15 years at Station Camp) Offensive Coordinator- Alan Schoenbachler Defensive Coordinator- Shaun Hollinsworth Offense- Spread Defense- 50 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 8 (4 Off/4 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2014 Key Returnees- Blaine Forte (QB/FS, Sr.), Nilan Alexander WR/DB, Sr.), Trevor White (OL/DT, Sr.), Keegan Ballinger (OL/DL, Sr.), Zion Ware (OL/DT, Sr.), Billy Weekley (LB/WR, Sr.), Kannon Vanderburg (LB/FB, Sr.) Key Losses- Devin Thompson (WR), Nick Nelson (RB), DeVante Alexander (LB) Streak Going Into 2018- four game losing streak Wilson Central Wildcats City- Lebanon County- Wilson Enrollment- 1,836 Last Season’s Record- 3-7 Region- 4-6A Head Coach- Brad Dedman (40-46 in eight years at Wilson Central) Offensive Coordinator- Traye Aric Defensive Coordinator- Eddie Sellars Offense- Spread Defense- 4-3 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 10 (7 Off/3 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Dawson Ray (LB, Sr.), Cameron Staten (OT, Sr.), Straton Farmer (RB, Sr.), DeVonte McBroom (WR, Sr.), Tyler Chevz (OG, Jr.), Kwmez Kirby (WR, Sr.), Garret Todd (WR, Sr.), Jared Lawrence (LB, Jr.), Brett Robinson (S, Jr.) Key Losses- Dalton King (TE), Kalib Graves (DB), Ries Adkission (S), Dre Trotter (DT), Nathan Harris (DE), Tristan Mathis (S), Aaron Hubble (QB), Demarius McBroom (DB/RB), Cameron Marshall (DE/DT), Will Dunn (LB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game winning streak Antioch Bears City- Antioch County- Davidson Enrollment- 1,993 Last Season’s Record- 1-9 Region- 5-6A Head Coach- Mike Head (1-9 in one year at Antioch) Offensive Coordinator- Mike Head Defensive Coordinator- Hunter Smith Offense- Spread Defense- 4-2-5 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 12 (6 Off/6 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Lashamus Kennedy (LB/FB, Sr.), Malik Nance (DB/LB/RB Sr.), Monty Thomas (FB/DE, Sr.), Mark Thomas (OL/LB/DE, Sr.), A.J. Williams (WR/DB, Sr.), Richard Shelton (QB Soph.), Chancey Davis (WR, Sr.), Carson Buchanan (OL/DL, Jr.), Kenny Huey (OL/DL, Sr.) Key Losses- Bernard Diyi (OL) , Montel Grier (DB/WR), Trevon Henderson (OLB/WR), Brian Frederick (DB/WR) Streak Going Into 2018- nine game losing streak Cane Ridge Ravens City- Nashville County- Davidson Enrollment- 1,646 Last Season’s Record- 13-2, lost to Maryville in state title game Region- 5-6A Head Coach- Eddie Woods (49-23 overall, 33-6 in three years at Cane Ridge) Offensive Coordinator- Eddie Woods Defensive Coordinator- Mose Phillips Offense- Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense-11 (7 Off/4 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Joy Kebelu (DT, Sr.), Devon Starling (RB, Sr.), Odannie Hall (ATH, Sr.), Korey Andrews (QB, Sr.), Quenton Barnes (WR, Soph.), Dominic Davis (WR, Sr.), Michael Reese (OL, Jr.), Devin Turner (OL, Sr.), Zachariah Fowler (DL, Jr.), Alexander Wickliff (DB, Sr.) Key Losses- Jared McCray (ATH), Jarad McCray (ATH), Jahsun Bryant (LB), Dewayne Johnson (LB), Desmond Goodloe (DT),James Reese IV (DB), Rashad Burleson (LB), Brandon Majors (TE), Hunter Dukes (OL) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak LaVergne Wolverines City- LaVergne County- Rutherford Enrollment- 1,813 Last Season’s Record- 4-7, lost to Ravenwood in first round Region- 5-6A Head Coach- Stanton Stevens (111-84 overall, 29-55 in eight years at LaVergne) Offensive Coordinator- Mike Woodward Defensive Coordinator- Brent Bledsoe Offense- Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 9 (6 Off/3 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Mason McKnight (OL, Sr.), Kristen Lainez (WR, Jr.), Chris Liso (LB, Sr.), Demaro Isom (DL, Sr.), Mason McKnight (OL/DL, Sr.), William Monaghan (OG/DE, Jr.), Baylor Segree (WR/DB, Sr.), Jaden Bouknight (LB, Jr.), Kordae Harris (SS, Sr.), Kavious Wells (RB/DB, Sr.), DeShaun Prince (WR/FS, Sr.) Key Losses- Kendrick Furlow (TE/DE), Joevante Norfolk (WR/S) Tyree Garner (RB/DE), Josh Lewis (WR/DB) KeiAnthony Conner (QB), Gerry Ivy (RB/DB), Stanton Stevens (FB/LB), Jason Bush (WR/DB), Malachi Phillips (OL), Keiran Liso (OL/NG), Jeffy Homsombath (LB), A.J. Wallace (LB), Ty Johnson (LB/DB), William Eakes (OL), Zach Lancaster (OL) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak McGavock Raiders City- Nashville County- Davidson Enrollment- 2,266 Last Season’s Record- 5-6, lost to Brentwood in first round Region- 5-6A Head Coach- Jay Gore (44-45 in eight years at McGavock Offensive Coordinator- Brent Dorris Defensive Coordinator- Dennis Moreno Offense- Spread Defense- 4-3 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 6 (2 Off/4 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Lamar Childress (LB, Sr.), RJ Hill (FB, Sr.), Brandon Pace (S, Sr.), Devan Turner (DT, Sr.), Jaxson Knowles (DE, Sr.), Shemar Kirk (WR, Sr.), Tyler Brown (DE, Jr.), Michael Pignone (RB, Jr.), Clarence Crawford (DB, Jr.) Key Losses- Adrian Ewin (OL/DL), Quentin Crawford (WR/DB), Ta’micus Napier (RB, Transferred to Blackman), Devan Bryant (OL/DL), Elijah Woldemariam (WR/LB), Cardarius Roriex (WR/DB), Keshawn Johnson (FB/LB), Greg Hanserd (RB/DB) Streak Going Into 2018- five game losing streak Nashville Overton Bobcats City- Nashville County- Davidson Enrollment- 1,907 Last Season’s Record- 1-9 Region- 5-6A Head Coach- Steve Williams (21-24 in four years at Overton) Offensive Coordinator- Jonathan White Defensive Coordinator- Jamaal Stewart Offense- Multiple Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 15 (7 Off/8 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- CJ Martin (WR/DE, Sr.), Samari Burns (DB/WR, Sr.), Micah Kimble (DB, Sr.), Jalen Baylis (DB/WR, Sr.), David Jefferson (RB), Detori Johns (LB/FB, Sr.), Charleston Sudderth (LB, Sr.), Trent McCrary (RB/OLB, Sr.) Key Losses- Derek Jefferson (OL), Jacob King (OL), George Jobe (OL), Derek Jefferson (DE), Eric Moore (DB), Nathan Kimble (LB), Julius Gallon (DL), Jose Bravo (K) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Smyrna Bulldogs City- Smyrna County- Rutherford Enrollment- 1,857 Last Season’s Record- 7-4, lost to Independence in first round Region- 5-6A Head Coach- Matt Williams (67-49 in 10 years at Smyrna) Offensive Coordinator- Steve Williams Defensive Coordinator- Scot Keasler Offense- Spread No Huddle Defense- 4-2-5 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 10 (3 Off/7 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Blake Watkins (RB/DB, Sr.), Tevin Shipp (WR/DB, Sr.), Joshua Bailey (DE, Sr.), Marlon Alexander (DL, Sr.), Jose Baeza (K/P, Sr.), Gavin Howell (LB, Sr.), Dallas Walker (LB/TE, Jr.), Alex Bannister (QB, Sr.) Key Losses- Quentin Smith (DE/TE), Lennon Harris (WR/DB), Bailey Woodall (WR/DB), Dyvontae McCormick (RB/DB), Jordan Carter (RB), Christian Burgeson (OL), Trey Brimm (WR) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Stewarts Creek Red Hawks City- Smyrna County- Rutherford Enrollment- 2,109 Last Season’s Record- 4-6 Region- 5-6A Head Coach- David Martin (231-128 overall, 19-32 in five years at Stewarts Creek) Offensive Coordinator- David Martin Defensive Coordinator- Jason Scharsch Offense- Wing T Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 5 (2 Off/3 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Nathan Wright (FB, Sr.), Josh Norman (OLB, Sr.), Jamie Wimsatt (FS, Sr.), Chancellor Beamon (NG, Sr.),Elijah Smith (WR/DB, Jr.), Savion Davis (RB/OLB, Jr.), Antonio Watkins (LB, Sr.), Amari Jelks (WB/KR, Jr.), Carson Smith (OLB, Jr.), Ethan Reed (DL, Jr.) Matthew Flagg (DL, Jr.), Joel Aguero (K, Sr.) Key Losses- Tayne Davis (QB/LB), Cameron Graff (OG), DJ Harris (LB), Adarius Wilkerson (LB), Noah Owen (DB), Loyd Rogers (RB/SS), Trey Greene (OT), TJ Mangrum (RB/DB), Landon Roberts (OL), DeAndre Britton (WR) Hunter Johnson (OT) T.K. Hughes (WR), Jaylen Kemp (DL) and JaMichael Caldwell (DL) Streak Going Into 2018- three game losing streak Brentwood Bruins City- Brentwood County- Williamson Enrollment- 1,754 Last Season’s Record- 10-2, lost to Cane Ridge in second round Region- 6-6A Head Coach- Ron Crawford (147-73 overall, 25-13 in three years at Brentwood) Offensive Coordinator- Clint Finch Defensive Coordinator- Ben Caudill Offense- Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 6 (1 Off/5 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Tank Starr (OG/DE, Sr.), Carter McKecknie (RB, Sr.), Jordan Nicholas (RB, Sr.), Avery Williams (WR, Sr.), Chayce Bishop (WR, Jr.), Charlie Hardin (OL, Sr.), Clay McCarty (OL/DE, Sr.), Walker Merrill (WR/FS, Soph.), Lucas Davis (OT, Jr.), Mike Burke (WR/RB/QB, Sr.) Key Losses-Cole Mabry (OT), Chris Moore (OL), Bryce Merrell (WR), Matt Phillips (DB/P/PK), C.J. Grissim (LB), Blake Myers (DE), Grant Yocam (WR), Carson Shacklett (QB), Kaden Dreier (RB), Mason Keidel (LB), Griffin Goodheart (DB), Parker Bullion (WR) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Centennial Cougars City- Franklin County- Williamson Enrollment- 1,667 Last Season’s Record- 4-7, lost to Cane Ridge in first round Region- 6-6A Head Coach- Matt Kriesky (32-15 overall, 15-9 in two years at Centennial) Offensive Coordinator- Jim Glover Defensive Coordinator- Tim McKee Offense- Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 10 (5 Off/5 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Jariel Wilson (RB/DB, Sr.), Jacob Spears (OL/DL, Sr.), Trevor Anderson (TE/DL, Jr.), Tre Carlton (ATH, Jr.), Sean Hannon (LB, Sr.), Kevin Townsel (ATH, Jr.) Sam Holloway (OL, Sr.) Key Losses- Tremond Coffee (WR/DB), Tavion Fleming (WR/DB), Tre Stewart (QB), Josh Rowan (LB), Trevor Jones (OL/DL), Ryan Newby (WR/LB), Ryan Staples (OL), Wyatt Grupa (OL/DL), Jackson Kress (DL) Streak Going Into 2018- two game losing streak Dickson County Cougars City- Dickson County- Dickson Enrollment- 1,519 Last Season’s Record- 1-9 Region- 6-6A Head Coach- Randy Murphee (4-16 in two seasons at Dickson) Offensive Coordinator- Frankie King Defensive Coordinator- Randy Murphee Offense- Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 16 (8 Off/8 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2012 Key Returnees- Conner Stewart (S, Sr.), Darian Burns (RB/LB, Sr.), Tristan Corlew (DB, Sr.), Noah Chapdelaine (OL, Sr.), Dylan Dooley (LB, Sr.), Trevon Rybka (DE/TE, Jr.), Michael Rickenbaugh (LB/FB, Sr.), Gage Pontremoli (QB/DB, Sr.), Jaden Roberts (DT, Jr.), Gavin Meadows (LB/FB, Jr.) Key Losses- Demontez Coleman (RB), Dean Steely (OL/DL), Clifton Cummings (OL), Cole Martin (QB/DB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Franklin Rebels City- Franklin County- Williamson Enrollment- 1,745 Last Season’s Record- 3-7 Region- 6-6A Head Coach- Donnie Webb (56-62 overall, 41-26 in six years at Franklin) Offensive Coordinator- Donnie Webb Defensive Coordinator- Andrew Holcomb Offense- Multiple Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 11 (3 Off/8 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Christian Moolman (DL, Sr.), Khani Kelton (LB, Sr.), Chancellor Bright (WR, Jr.), Spencer Holder (WR, Sr.), Rashad Jenkins (RB, Sr.), Matt Gaca (RB, Sr.), Gabe Tyner (LB, Sr.), Jack Ray (OL, Sr.) Key Losses- Max Wray (OL), Kyle Means (OL), Hunter Waldrum, (OL), Carter Hendry (QB), Gentry Neese (WR/DB), Landon Carter (P), Christopher Miller-Hill (K), Adam Sirface (DL), Price Wynn (LB), Michael Crowther (RB) , Streak Going Into 2018- two game winning streak Independence Eagles City- Thompson’s Station County- Williamson Enrollment- 1,677 Last Season’s Record- 6-6, lost to Ravenwood in second round Region- 6-6A Head Coach- Scott Blade (122-36 overall, 50-16 in five years at Indy) Offensive Coordinator- Scott Blade Defensive Coordinator- Lance White Offense- Spread Defense- 4-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 8 (4 Off/4 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- T.J. Sheffield (WR, Sr., Notre Dame commitment), Weston Landry (K, Sr.), Jake Huner (LB, Sr.), Colby Logan (LB, Sr.), Nathan Cisco (QB, Sr.), Jett Katina (OL, Jr.), Carter Runnion (OL, Jr.), Tyrus Jackson (LB, Sr.) Key Losses- Troy Henderson (RB), Zion Katina (OL), Beau Myers (OL), Kyle Greenwell (P), Jevan Robertson (FS) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Ravenwood Raptors City- Brentwood County- Williamson Enrollment- 1,772 Last Season’s Record- 10-3, lost to Cane Ridge in Quarterfinals Region- 6-6A Head Coach- Matt Daniels (10-3 in one year at Ravenwood) Offensive Coordinator- Matt Daniels Defensive Coordinator- Ryan Fowler Offense- Multiple Spread Defense- 4-3 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 10 (6 Off/4 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Brian Garcia (QB, Jr.), Gabriel Sleenhof (OL/DL, Jr.), Graham Barton (OL/DL, Jr.), Brandon Carver (DL/OL, Sr.), Reagan Carlson (DL/OL, Sr.), Luke Shouse (DL, Jr.), Bryan Rice (DL, Jr.), Anthony Holmes (RB/WR, Sr.), Andrew Mason (WR, Jr.), Jordan Smith (RB, Jr.), Avery Miller (LS/LB, Jr.) Key Losses- Drew Harmon (OL/DL), Isaac Happel (OL/DL) Mason Stauffer (LB/TE), Cole Carteaux (DB), Ramez Ibrahim (DB), Seth Erickson (DB), Nick Stallcup (QB/DB), Brandon Huff (LB/DL), Miller Powell (WR), Connor Holland (DL/OL), Mason Dills (OL/DL), Darius Harper (DB), Jared McArthur (TE/LB), Parker Nash (WR), Sam French (K/P) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Arlington Tigers City- Arlington County- Shelby Enrollment- 2,042 Last Season’s Record- 7-4, lost to White Station in first round Region- 7-6A Head Coach- Adam Sykes (18-15 in three years at Arlington) Offensive Coordinator- Adam Sykes Defensive Coordinator- Andrew Atkins Offense- Spread Defense- 5-2 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 10 (5 Off/5 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Kenneth Walker III (RB/LB, Sr.), Josh Jones (OL/DL, Sr.) Devin Chandler (WR/DB, Jr.), Jorge Avalos (WR/DB, Sr.), Jon Worley (OL/DL, Jr), Calvin Robertson (DL, Sr.), Mitchell Faulkner (LB/RB, Jr.), Rhodes Carson (QB, Sr.) Thomas Maclin (DL, Sr.) Key Losses- Tate Kolwyck (QB), Logan Feathers (LB), Cezanne Bush (DB), Caleb Nelson (WR), Hunter Goodman (WR/P), Olushola Ajayi (OL/DL) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Bartlett Panthers City- Bartlett County- Shelby Enrollment- 2,513 Last Season’s Record- 5-5 Region- 7-6A Head Coach- Tim Haney (122-89 overall, 8-13 in two years at Bartlett) Offensive Coordinator- Clint Adair Defensive Coordinator- Tim Haney Offense- Spread Defense- 4-2-5 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 14 (7 Off/7 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2016 Key Returnees- Carter Webb (OL/DL, Sr.), Mohamad Al-Ramahi (OL/DE, Sr.), Phillip Thompson (WR/DB, Sr.), Preston Raines (QB/DB, Sr.), Cole Peppers (TE/LB, Sr.), Melvin Turnage (WR/DB Sr.), Tamarious Brown (RB/LB Jr.) Key Losses- JJ Vaden (QB/FS), Nathan Johnson (LB/FB), Chris Blanks (OL/DL), Josh Russell (OL/DL), Mason Harris (OL/DL), Stewart Kerby (RB/LB), Jacob Robinson (WR/DB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Collierville Dragons City- Collierville County- Shelby Enrollment- 2,372 Last Season’s Record- 6-5, lost to Whitehaven in first round Region- 7-6A Head Coach- Mike O’Neill (34-33 in six years at Collierville) Offensive Coordinator- Tommy Miller Defensive Coordinator- Mike O’Neill Offense- Spread Defense- Multiple Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 8 (4 Off/4 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Justin Stonework (WR, Sr.), Cade Cupp (S, Sr.), Kayvon Anderson (WR, Sr.), Jordan Henderson (FS, Sr.), Michael Gildart (OL, Sr.), Harrison Lester (DT, Sr.), Kendarius Malone (OL, Sr.), CJ Barnes (DE, Sr.), Mitch Austin (QB, Jr.) Key Losses- Matt Connors (QB), Marcus Bersoza (WR), Austin Kelley (OL), Virgil Pryor (DB), Carson Rees (DE), Cole Johnson (FS) Streak Going Into 2018- two game losing streak Cordova Wolves City- Cordova County- Shelby Enrollment- 2,267 Last Season’s Record- 8-3, lost to Memphis Central in first round Region- 7-6A Head Coach - Marcus Wimberly (81-57 overall, 0-0 in first year at Cordova) Offensive Coordinator- Marcus Wimberly Defensive Coordinator- Coby Hayslett Offense- Pro Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 4 (2 Off/2 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Joshua Haystings (WR, Jr.), Martavius Tate (OL, Sr.), Pierre Jordan (DB, Sr.), Mathew Bedford (OL, Sr.), Rodkerion Lucas (LB, Jr.), Maurice Howard (RB, Sr.), Falandis Norry (WR, Soph.) Key Losses- Jerome Carvin (OT), Herman Joseph (OT), Terrance Washington (OG), Jevon Connor (LB), Jacolby Hewitt (WR), Christian Arrambide (QB), Jeremy Banks (RB), Tracy Williams (LB), Asa Bonner (S), Cailen Jones (DB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Houston Mustangs City- Germantown County- Shelby Enrollment- 1,865 Last Season’s Record- 6-5, lost to Germantown in first round Region- 7-6A Head Coach - James Thomas (0-0 in first year at Houston) Offensive Coordinator- Ronnie Thompson Defensive Coordinator- Bobby Armbruster Offense- Multiple Defense- 3-3 Stack Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 15 (9 Off/6 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Kip Frankland (OL/DL, Sr.), Matt Needham (OL/DL, Sr.), Will Gusmus (FB/LB, Sr.), Ryan Bullock (FB/LB, Sr.), Jaren Alnutt (OL/DL, Sr.), Jordan Monk (WR/DB, Sr.), Chris Colebank (RB/LB, Sr.), Grayson Hitt (WR/DB, Jr.), Ethan Burns (QB/LB, Jr.), Seth McKay (QB/DB, Jr.), Lincoln Pare (RB/DB, Jr.), Matt Havrda (OL/DL, Jr.) Key Losses- Jackson Little (TE/LB), Trey Davis (LB), Nick Legrande (DL), Bruce Brown (TE/LB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Germantown Red Devils City- Germantown County- Shelby Enrollment- 2,027 Last Season’s Record- 11-1, lost to White Station in first round Region- 8-6A Head Coach- Chris Smith (19-15 in three years at Germantown) Offensive Coordinator- Chris Smith Defensive Coordinator- Logan Rebstock Offense- Spread Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense-13 (6 Off/7 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Henry Castillo (OL, Sr.), Michael Goodwin (OL, Sr.), Nick Ferri (OL, Sr.), Ethan Payne (QB, Sr.), Cameron Baker (WR, Sr.), Jalon Greer (WR/DB, Sr.), Shomar Michael (OLB/RB, Sr.), Duke Hill (DL, Sr.), Trey Boyd (DL, Sr.) Tyrec Collins (OLB/DB, Sr.), Marshall Ware (K/P, Sr.), Orlando Hairston (ATH, Sr.), Keveon Ware (DB, Sr.), BJ Gardner (RB, Sr.) Key Losses- Ted Lyons (FB/LB), Max Martini (OL), Tyler Boyd (OL), Isaiah Hayden (OL), Jaylin Williams (WR/DB), Reggie Sanders (WR), Devin Wright (TE/DE), James Collins (LB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Memphis Central Warriors City- Memphis County- Shelby Enrollment- 1,582 Last Season’s Record- 5-6, lost to Whitehaven in second round Region- 8-6A Head Coach - Major Wright (122-76 overall, 0-0 in first year at Memphis Central) Offensive Coordinator- Major Wright Defensive Coordinator- Coley Thornton Offense- Pro Defense- 3-3 Stack Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 11 (6 Off/5 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Trevis Hopper (DT, Sr., Memphis commitment), Darin Turner (WR, Jr.), Alan Thornton (RB, Sr.), Mathew Hill (OL, Sr.), Kevin Shaw (LB, Sr.), Isaac Green (OL/DL, Sr.), Lorenzo Towns (RB/DB, Jr.), Micah Boyland (LB, Jr.), Key Losses- Dontavion Davis (RB/LB), Jaylen Pearson (WR), Dylan Ingram (RB), Chauncey Hopkins (QB), Rashaad Clayton (DT), Khari Smith (DT), Christian Robinson (DB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Whitehaven Tigers City- Memphis County- Shelby Enrollment- 1,738 Last Season’s Record- 11-3, lost to Cane Ridge in Semifinals Region- 8-6A Head Coach- Rodney Saulsberry (147-33 in 14 years at Whitehaven) Offensive Coordinator- Clarence Dillard Defensive Coordinator- Errol Harmon Offense- Multiple Defense- 50 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense-11 (5 Off/6 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Cormontae Hamilton (TE/LB, Sr.), Tyler Hunter (DL/LB/FB, Sr.), Bryson Eason (LB, Jr.), Mamadou Anne (K, Sr.), Vincent Guy (QB/ATH, Sr.), Melvin McBride (OL/DL, Sr.), Martavius French (LB, Jr.), Paul Turner (DB/RB, Sr.), Cameron Sneed (RB, Jr.), Jacobi Rice (DL/OL, Sr.), Sean Wilder (DB, Sr.), Jeremiah James (OL, Sr.), Keveon Mullins (WR/DB, Sr., Memphis East transfer, South Carolina commitment), Devin Boddie (WR/DB, Sr., Lausanne transfer, Vanderbilt commitment ), Joseph Barrett (FB/DT, Sr.) Key Losses- Devon Robinson (LB/TE), Chris Witherspoon (RB), Rayshad Williams (DB ), William Jackson (WR), Draper Redmond (OL/DL), Keyshaun Lewis (RB/SS), Marquis Traylor (LB), Joseph Pegues (OL), Ricardo Clark (LB/FB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak White Station Spartans City- Memphis County- Shelby Enrollment- 2,155 Last Season’s Record- 5-8, lost to Whitehaven in Quarterfinals Region- 8-6A Head Coach- Joe Rocconi (73-90 overall, 34-29 in five years at White Station) Offensive Coordinator- Joe Rocconi Co-Defensive Coordinators- Mario Stevenson and Bob Alberson Offense- Multiple Defense- 3-4 Returning Starters on Offense/Defense- 13 (7 Off/6 Def) Last Playoff Appearance- 2017 Key Returnees- Eli Neal (LB/RB, Sr.), Drew Lyons (QB, Sr.), Travis Lewis (LB, Jr.), Ray Curry (OL, Jr), Jaylin Rainey(DL/OL, Sr), Roshan Williams (WR/DB, Sr.), Rod Farmer (DB/WR, Sr.) Key Losses- Micah Breckenridge (K/P), Greg Williams (RB), Garrett Sapp (TE), Cincir Evans (LB) Streak Going Into 2018- one game losing streak Contact Donovan at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter at Examine_Stew
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    Da Haven

    Donovan's report from Friday at the PowerAde 7 on 7 Invitational.
  13. Mt. Juliet, Oakland and Whitehaven got better at Powerade 7 on 7 Invitational Posted by Donovan Stewart Date: July 13, 2018 Photo Credit To Courtesy of Powerade used with permission MATTHEWS, NC- It was a hot but productive day for Oakland, Mt. Juliet and Whitehaven here at the Powerade 7 on 7 Invitational. Oakland, a 2017 Class 6A Semifinalist won the Strawberry Lemonade pool with a 5-1-1 record while Mt. Juliet finished fifth in the Lemon Lime pool and finished with a 3-4 record, while Whitehaven finished fifth in the Mountain Blast pool with a 3-4 record as well. As luck would have it, Whitehaven and Mt. Juliet will play at 8:30 am Saturday morning in the double elimination tournament while Oakland will play Bishop Sullivan (VA) at 9 am. Oakland defeated Bishop Sullivan 22-16 in pool play on Friday. All three Volunteer state teams finished pool play on a high note with some momentum for Saturday as all three won as Oakland beat Kenton (OH) 27-22, Mt. Juliet defeated Hough (NC) 31-12 and Whitehaven outlasted Johns Creek (GA) 23-20. The Patriots got productive days from quarterback Brevin Linnell (84 for 117 for 21 touchdowns and only one interception), Oklahoma commitment Woodi Washington (7 receiving TDs), Justin Jefferson (6 receiving TDs) while DeArre McDonald intercepted two passes on defense. “It’s productive because we get to work on getting better with a lot of reps and playing some of best teams in the nation doesn’t hurt and gives you players some confidence going into the season,” coach Oakland Kevin Creasy said. Mt. Juliet started the day off with a win over Louisville Male 17-10 and despite the 3-4 record got good production from junior wide receiver Malik Bowen and senior quarterback Alvin Mixon on offense and senior defensive back Michael Ruttlen, Cage Ellis and linebacker Jayce Pardue all played well on defense. “Playing in this setting is really cool because you see a lot of different things and some good players and teams and when your guys make plays it gives them confidence that they belong,” Mt. Juliet coach Trey Perry said. Whitehaven had a rough start to the morning as they were 0-3 to start the morning losing 31-19 to Vero Beach, (FL), 33-6 to Northwestern (SC) and 32-8 to Hickory Ridge (NC), but was able to finish strong winning three of their last four games after lunch beating Bluefield (WV) 21-19 on a late defensive stop, Hoggard (NC) 27-8 and Johns Creek 23-20. “This is a chance to build some team cohesion by getting great repetitions in the passing game on both sides of the ball, its also against great competition and exposure to teams from across the country and it’s also a great opportunity to see what we need to work on and to execute offensively and defensively,” Whitehaven coach Rodney Saulsberry said. The Tigers got productive days from big tight end Cormontae Hamilton, South Carolina commitment Keveon Mullins and Yuri Carpton at wide receiver while juniors Bryson Eason and Martavius French played well defensively. Friday Results Oakland (5-1-1) Beat Woodrow Wilson (NJ) 24-18 Tied Berkeley (SC) 27-27 Beat Butler (NC) 21-12 Beat Bishop Sullivan 22-16 Lost to Weddington (NC) 19-16 Beat Meridian (MS) 35-15 Beat Kenton (OH) 27-22 Mt. Juliet (3-4) Beat Louisville Male (KY) 17-10 Lost to Cedar Grove (GA) 20-18 Lost to Highland Springs (VA) 26-11 Lost to Rock Hill (SC) 20-10 Beat Phillips (IL) 12-10 Lost to Summerville (SC) 27-5 Beat Hough (NC) 31-12 Whitehaven (3-4) Lost to Vero Beach (FL) 31-19 Lost to Northwestern (SC) 33-6 Lost to Hickory Ridge (NC) 32-8 Beat Bluefield (WV) 21-19 Beat Hoggard (NC) 27-8 Lost to Phoebus (VA) 23-5 Beat Johns Creek (GA) 23-20 Contact Donovan at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter at Examine_Stew
  14. kwc

    Da Haven

    Case in point. Colby Todd, on this year's team got an offer, He barely hits the field during games, if any. Those impress me just as much as the SEC offers. I appreciate what's happening at the Haven. I don't take this for granted.
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