Week 11 high school football highlights

AE defeats Grace

With the regular season wrapping up Friday night, dreams of earning a playoff berth became reality for many area teams while others just missed out on postseason play. 

Region 1-6A

All teams in 6A make the playoffs, but certain seeds were determined Friday night. Maryville cruised past Hardin Valley, 45-0, to take home the No. 1 seed. The win gave the Rebels their 16th consecutive region championship under head coach George Quarles. With the loss, Hardin Valley finished second in the region and will host a playoff game. Bradley Central and Science Hill are the No. 3 and No. 4 seeds, respectively.

Region 2-5A

Gibbs defeated West to oust the Rebels from playoff contention. Gibbs gets the No. 1 seed. Even though Heritage fell to Halls, the Mountaineers secured the No. 4 seed. Halls took the No. 2 spot, and South-Doyle earned the No. 3 seed after defeating Powell, 49-14. 


Region 3-5A

Oak Ridge earned the No. 1 seed and region title after defeating Campbell County 28-0 Thursday night. The Cougars's loss dropped them to the No. 3 seed. Farragut secured the No. 2 seed with a dominating 49-21 victory over Clinton. Lenoir City received the fourth and final playoff spot in the region after Clinton's loss. 

Region 2-4A

Catholic had the No. 1 seed locked up before its matchup against Union County Friday night. Anderson County was ousted from postseason play after losing to Carter Thursday. The Hornets took the final spot in the region playoff picture. The potential No. 2 and No. 3 seeds faced off in their final game of the season. Central outlasted Fulton 21-19 to put the Bobcats in the No. 2 spot. The Falcons took the No. 3 seed with the loss. 

Region 1-3A

No. 1 - No. 4 seeds: Elizabethton, Northview Academy, Pigeon Forge, Unicoi County 

Region 2-3A 

Alcoa shut out CAK 45-0 to earn the No. 1 seed in the region. The Warriors are the No. 2 seed. Scott and McMinn Central are the No. 3 and No. 4 seeds, respectively.

Region 2-2A

The Roadrunners of Austin-East are region champions for the first time since 2009 after defeating Grace Christian, 48-7. The Rams are the No. 2 seed with the loss. Sweetwater is the No. 3 seed. Rockwood beat Tellico Plains 41-26 to secure the fourth playoff spot.

Other scores from around the area: 

Oakdale 54, Concord Christian 13

Elizabethton 50, Northview Academy 19

Jefferson County 10, Bearden 21

Union County 0, Catholic 34

Grainger 46, Cherokee 12

Pigeon Forge 57, Claiborne 28

North Greene 53, Cosby 20

Chattanooga Central 12, Cumberland County 13

Clinton 21,  Farragut 49

Cumberland Gap 6, Hampton 62

Harriman 62, Jellico 26

Lenoir City 16, Karns 22

Loudon 3, Kingston 24

Sequoyah 19, Livingston Academy 45

Unaka 0, Midway 71

Cocke County 28, Morristown East 41

Coalfield 41, Oneida 14

McMinn County 6, Rhea County 30

McMinn Central 13, Scott 49

Greeneville 56, Seymour 0

Gatlinburg Pittman 28, Sullivan North 40

Greenback 78, Sunbright 12

Rockwood 41,Tellico Plains 26

Morristown West 40, Tennessee 15

Oliver Springs 46, Wartburg 12

The King's Academy 7, Webb 35

Bradley Central 28, William Blount 13

 


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