Sequoyah vs. Lenoir City
The Sequoyah Chiefs will meet a
likewise undefeated foe as the Lenoir City Panthers charge into the
Red Nation on Friday night.
The Chiefs offense will have to be on
their toes as Jordan Hall and the Panthers enjoy an array of
offensive weapons. Sequoyah has a few of their own though.
Brett King will look to utilize Garret
Dalton, Austin Lunsford and Matt Gletty on the outside.
King will also rely on Rubeun Abernathy
down the seam. Blake Huffman, Forrest McKane, Drew Carson and J.J
Harmon will have to tote the rock and be successful at it.
This is the first
real test for the Chiefs this season. With one more win, Bill
Satterfiled can move into first place on the Sequoyah all-time wins
The Sweetwater Wildcats have done
things differently to get to 3-0. They have run the football
effectively and at times have taken to the air for points.
Last week, Andrew Barr had a huge day
passing as he and Nick Wicker led the Wildcats to a decisive 49-20
vicotory over Grace Baptist.
In the first two wins for Sweetwater,
we saw a stronger usage of the running game. Because of Barr's
early season injury, the team leaned on their offensive line and star
running back Jordan McGaughey who promptly carried the load.
Now with a more
balanced attack the Wildcats can score anyway they see fit. Oliver
Springs should be prepared for anything.
Tellico Plains vs.
The Tellico Plains Bears will host the
Coalfield Yellow Jackets on Friday night, The Bears are coming off a
tough couple of games and will look to score an upset to record their
Tellico needs to win the turnover
battle and continue playing well on defense. Led by Devon Collier,
Bryce Carter, and Garret Reno the Bears have shown up and stopped
teams when they've needed too. To win though, they'll need to win
all four quarters.
On offense, Dakota
Rinehart and Adam Reece will need to be effective. With their speed
and elusiveness,the Bears have a chance score some points.