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By gggggsde3da on Jan 06, 2014 07:28 AM
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Storyline: Webb is coming off a 35 20 loss to Maryville, while Baylor scored 39 points in the first 11 minutes of a 46 8 victory over Howard. Spartans QB Johnny Chun won't be Baylor's primary target. That role is likely reserved for RB Tony Kelly Jr., who has committed to Tennessee, and FB TE Brant Mitchell, who has offers from UT and Vanderbilt. Baylor QB Nick Tiano completed four passes in limited playing time, and two of them went for TDs.


BRAINERD PANTHERS (0 1) at ENSWORTH TIGERS (1 0)


Storyline: Ensworth is coming off a one point win over Trinity, Ky., while Brainerd took a pounding at home against Ooltewah. The question here is what the Panthers, who got rocked 40 2 by Ooltewah, are doing visiting the three time Division II AA state champions. Trinity was ranked second nationally in USA Today's Super 25, but Ensworth won behind RB D'Andre Ferby, a 6 foot 2, 220 pounder that rushed for 187 yards and three TDs.


EAST RIDGE PIONEERS (0 1) at NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH (0 1)


Storyline: East Ridge coach Tracy Malone was disappointed because he felt his Pioneers should have beaten Walker Valley (they lost 21 3). Notre Dame coach Charles Fant is lamenting the loss of QB Alex Darras to a knee injury but still has a very talented group at his disposal. The news on Darras is good sprain and bruise but no ligament damage. The Pioneers' mistakes cost them against the Mustangs.


LOOKOUT VALLEY YELLOW JACKETS (0 1) at CHATTANOOGA CHRISTIAN CHARGERS (1 0)


Storyline: CCS secured the school's first football season opening win with a late interception return at Grace Academy, while the Jackets were losing at Silverdale Baptist. This will be first game on the Chargers'artificial turf; the new stadium is located across from the baseball field, on the other side of the parking lot from the old stadium. The Jackets spent this week looking for more linemen and offensive options other than Authentic Matt Hasselbeck Jersey marked man Jaylen Wynn.


STRATFORD SPARTANS (0 1) at HOWARD HUSTLIN' TIGERS (0 0)


Storyline: Both teams are coming off losses to Division II AA schools, Stratford 24 20 to Pope John Paul II and Howard 46 8 to Baylor. The Spartans' leaders last week were QB Kenneth Jones (7 18 2, 111 yards; 41 rushing yards) and RB Terrance Valentine with 82 rushing yards and another 11 receiving. Howard was overwhelmed at Baylor, finally scoring in the fourth quarter on a pass from Terrance Brooks to Quatarius Porter.


TYNER RAMS (0 0) at SIGNAL MOUNTAIN EAGLES (0 1)


Storyline: The Rams are in their season opener while Signal hopes to rebound from a heartbreaking 14 12 home loss to East Hamilton. The key for the Rams will be bottling up James McClellan, Signal's 265 pound RB who picked up 158 yards last week. Tyner has moved Willie Stewart to RB full time and given the QB job to Haasan Miller.


POLK COUNTY WILDCATS (1 0) at CENTRAL PURPLE POUNDERS (1 0)


Storyline: Both teams are coming off opening wins and are touting RBs Polk's Zach Miller and the Pounders' Terry Tiller. Miller had 177 yards against Bradley while Tiller picked up 155 against Franklin County. While Miller was gaining 1,930 yards last season, Tiller was injured and is a relative unknown. Polk, in typical Wildcats fashion, threw just six passes last week while Central completed just nine of 22 attempts at Franklin County. The Pounders will have RB Kevin McKenzie back this week. He www.coltsnflofficialonline.com/8+Matt+Hasselbeck+Jersey+Cheap.html was held out last week with an ankle injury.


BLEDSOE Womens Matt Hasselbeck Jersey COUNTY WARRIORS (1 0) at MARION COUNTY WARRIORS (1 0), 8


Storyline: Marion County's offense lived up to expectations last week as all state RB Blake Zeman rushed for 157 yards and four TDs and QB Logan Walters added 119 and two scores, leading the team to 20 consecutive points in the fourth quarter. Finding a way to slow Marion's punishing ground game is a top priority for Bledsoe, which got a short TD run from Bradley Smith with just 1:20 remaining to win its opener.


HIXSON WILDCATS (0 1) at SOUTH PITTSBURG PIRATES (1 0), 8


Storyline: Both teams are coming off surprising performances to open the season. The Wildcats held Soddy Daisy scoreless until late in the third quarter, then gave up four TDs and lost at home, while the Pirates made a four hour trip to whip one of Kentucky's perennial powers. This will be the first meeting for these programs since 1951. The Pirates want to establish a physical ground game with FB Kahlil Mitchell and RB Jajuan Lankford, and a swarming defense will key on Hixson RB Isaiah Robinson.


SALE CREEK PANTHERS (0 1) at RED BOILING SPRINGS BULLDOGS (0 1)


Storyline: It was a tough introduction to varsity football for the Panthers last week. An Oakdale team that had struggled last year but returned eight starters to each unit scored five times in the first half. Cody Daniel's 90 rushing yards led Sale Creek, and he also is a team leader in the secondary. This will be the last chance for Sale Creek to gain confidence before starting its rugged district schedule.


WHITWELL TIGERS (1 0) at MIDWAY GREEN WAVE (1 0)


Storyline: The Tigers showed last week that they don't plan to put the ball in the air much. Whitwell ran the ball 63 times in its opening win, with Clay and Dusty McHone and Cody Ingrassia each rushing for more than 100 yards. Midway returns all nine starters on their two lines. The OL averages more than 230 pounds and paves the way for last year's District 3 A offensive MVP, QB Shadon Lyle, who ran for more than 1,000 yards and threw for 1,400.


McMINN COUNTY CHEROKEES (1 0) at McCALLIE BLUE TORNADO (1 0)


Storyline: Both teams were impressive in opening week victories. Although McCallie is very young, it showed a lot of speed and talent on the offensive side of the ball, led by sophomore QB JaVaughn Craig. The defense, however, has a way to go and will be tested by the Cherokees' ground game, led by senior Dre Sanders as well as QB Corbin Powers. In addition to QB Isaac Mills and his receiving corps, Hayesville also has a speedy back in Dayrion Williams. Because of a couple of preseason knee injuries to seniors, the Cougars' linemen are mostly sophomores backed up by freshmen.


GRUNDY COUNTY YELLOW JACKETS (0 1) at GRACE ACADEMY GOLDEN EAGLES (0 1)


Storyline: The Golden Eagles have the ability to put together methodical drives, but they can also strike quickly from the various looks they'll give a defense. Contain the big play should be the foremost concern for the Yellow Jackets, so they can't afford to have a bunch of missed tackles. Grundy coach Nick Bryant isn't as concerned about not being able to move the ball as he is protecting it. His team made three costly turnovers last week.


MEIGS COUNTY TIGERS (0 0) at SWEETWATER WILDCATS (0 1)


Storyline: New District 3 A member Meigs County kicks off its season against a familiar former district opponent in 5 AA's Sweetwater, which beat the Tigers 20 7 last season. Meigs' offense is guided by QB Bryson Baker, one of many seasoned juniors on the roster. The Wildcats are looking to shore up their defense, which was gashed for more than 400 yards on the ground in a 41 14 loss to Greenback last week.
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