Hendersonville took care of business a week ago against Siegel to move to 2-0 on the young season and with Cane Ridge as their next opponent, the Commandos are looking to do the same Friday night. That task, however, won't be an easy one.
The Ravens thumped Mt. Juliet last week, 27-0. Cane Ridge forced eight turnovers and scored a pair of touchdowns in each of the first two quarters. The game was all but over at halftime as the Ravens led, 27-0.
Glencliff finished 1-9 a season ago and the Colts have already matched their win total from last year with a week 1 win over Whites Creek.
The Colts lost 40-20 to Stratford last week, but Glencliff head coach Brandon Easley seems to have his team headed in the right direction.
Unless you live under a rock you know that the name Hillsboro in the state of Tennessee is synonymous with words like tradition, powerhouse, athletic and state champion.
There is no question that the Burros' success over the past few seasons has a lot of coaches in 5-A worried about the continued rise back to power of Hillsboro.
If the Pope John Paul II football Knights thought Coffee County's running game was tough, then the contest against Brentwood Academy on Friday night is daunting.
Though the nationally ranked Eagles lost last week, 31-13, it was to perennial powerhouse Trinity (Ky.).
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