There was one undefeated matchup on this last week of the regular season. Both Fulton and Carter came into the game at 9-0, but Fulton was heavily favored at home. Fulton's win last week over Christian County, a team out of Kentucky came by a whopping 33 points, and that was their closest margin of victory. Their game against Carter was much, much worse. In one of the ugliest blowouts you will ever witness, Fulton scored 62 easy points in the first half. Carter laid a goose egg. The Falcons took their foot off the gas in the second half and whip Carter 69-0 to finish off their dominant regular season and end the torture they inflicted on the Hornets.
After the beat down they took last week at Maryville, and licking their wounds off a four-game losing streak, Bearden looked to bounce back in their last game against William Blount. The Bulldogs have had a forgettable season, coming into the game with a 2-7 record. William Blount has been just as bad. They had lost five in a row and held the same record. As expected, this one was close, but Bearden edged out the Governors to finish off their season in the USA Today High School Game of the Week.
Campbell County only has one loss on the season; Powell has lost two in a row and held a 5-4 record. This game was close from start to finish. The Panthers fought to end their season on a high note, but Campbell County was too strong and took care of business, winning 26-21.
Late in the season, Gibbs has played with pride. Coming into their last game of the season against Central, they have won their last two and held a 4-5 record overall, but won two in a row to Powell and Karns. Central has played inconsistently all season and held the same record, but have traded out two wins and two losses all season long. They lost last week and the pattern held true in Week 10. They lost to Gibbs and the Eagles finished the season by winning three straight.
Catholic turned the ball over three times early in the first half and Alcoa capitalized on each one of them. After a quick 21-0 start, they dominated with their running attack and dismantled Catholic 49-7. After a 6-0 start to the season for Catholic, they ended the regular season losing three out of their last four. Alcoa finished the regular season with only one loss.
Sevier County looked to have the game in cruise control with a 28-14 first half lead on South Doyle, but then the game got wild. In the last three minutes of the second quarter, four touchdowns were scored, two by each squad, to make the game 42-28 at the half. Sevier County would come out with the win though and the district title, 56-35 over South Doyle.
Farragut hoped that the momentum they have gained in their four-game winning streak would carry over when they took on powerhouse Maryville in their last game of the season. Maryville had other ideas. Maryville scored early and often, making quick work of the streaking Admirals 48-7, capping off a perfect 10-0 regular season. Farragut finished 6-4.
West only has one loss on the season and that was to a dominant team in Maryville. Since then, they've won seven in a row with only a mediocre Lenoir City team to beat at home to finish the season. Lenoir City had won four out of their last five, but it was evident in the beginning that this was going to get ugly. West blew out the Lenoir City with ease 40-6.
Grace Christian Academy has flown under the radar this season, but was trying to finish off a perfect season against Rockwood at home. Rockwood only has two losses on the season, but each only came by one-point apiece. Rockwood competed, but Grace would not be denied their 10th win of the season. They beat the Tigers 35-14.