Murfreesboro area high school football Week 10 roundup – Daily News Journal

Jack Risner completed 22-of-31 for 366 yards and five touchdowns and added a rushing TD as Blackman football rolled past visiting Cookeville 47-21 on Friday night.
Risner broke Jauan Jennings’ single-season Blaze records for completions (141), yards (2,434) and touchdowns (26) during the game.
The Blaze (7-2) raced out to a 41-0 halftime lead before cruising the rest of the way.
Justin Brown, a Mississippi State commitment, hauled in 10 receptions for 207 yards and three touchdowns. Tight ends Ben Marshall and Campbell Lee combined for 10 receptions for 146 yards and a touchdown each.
The Blaze, who have locked up second in Region 4-6A, will finish the regular season with a league contest at home against Siegel next Friday.
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The top-ranked Patriots scored early and often, building a 42-0 halftime lead over the first-year Liberty Creek program.
Oakland (8-1) had a big game from senior Eric Taylor, who returned a punt for a touchdown, had another long punt return that set up another TD, and scored on a 39-yard run.
C.J. Puckett scored both times he touched the ball, getting TDs on runs of 25 and 57. Khalil James added two carries for 81 yards and a TD and added a 41-yard TD reception.
Oakland QBs Max Lovinski and Kyler Creasy combined to go 9-of-13 passing for 156 yards and three TDs, including a 54-yard strike from Lovinski to Jeremiah Collins.
The Patriots, who have clinched first in Region 6-6A, will finish the regular season with a home game vs. Rockvale next Friday.
The Warriors’ defense turned it up against the unbeaten Eagles, who are ranked second in 3A.
Braden Graham three three touchdown passes for Riverdale (5-4), including two (5, 41) to Ryan Edmiston. He also hit Landon McKinley on a 38-yard touchdown strike.
D.J. Taylor added a 5-yard TD run for the Warriors and Khalil Arman kicked a 42-yard field goal.
Riverdale will play in a huge Region 4-6A game next Friday, playing host to Stewarts Creek with a playoff berth on the line.
Quarterback Thomas Santel had both a passing TD and rushing TD and the Stars (5-4) had two defensive touchdowns in securing at least a .500 record for the season.
Santel hit Caleb Watson for a 34-yard TD while he and Cory Sims both had rushing scores. Xavier Randolph (48-yard fumble return) and Bryant Lawless (35-yard interception return) scored on the defensive side for the Stars.
Siegel will close out its season with a region contest at Blackman next Friday.
The Rockets (4-5) lost their fourth consecutive game, despite touchdowns each from quarterback Malachi Telin and RB Robbie Daniel.
Telin hit Anthony Thiphavong on an 11-yard TD early that tied the score at 7 and Daniel added a nine-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter that cut the lead to 28-14.
Rockvale will play at Oakland next Friday. A win or a Riverdale loss to Stewarts Creek would secure a playoff berth for the Rockets.
The Bulldogs (7-1, 4-1 Region 6-6A) jumped out to a 28-7 lead and never looked back, thanks two a pair of rushing touchdowns each from Arion Carter and Landon Miller.
Carter had 20 carries for 135 yards and two TDs and Miller had 13 carries for 128 yards and two TDs. Javon Mitchell added seven carries for 60 yards and a touchdown in the win. Carter also had eight tackles and an interception.
Syrus Satterwhite turned in a big defensive play, picking off a pass and returning it for a TD.
Smyrna will wrap up regular-season play next Friday at Overton in a battle for second in the region.
The Red Hawks (5-4) continued their late-season roll with the offensive explosion, led by running back Caleb Floyd.
Floyd rushed 21 times for 204 yards and four touchdowns as Stewarts Creek racked up more than 550 yards of offense. Marcel Gordon added 100 yards and a TD on the ground.
SCHS quarterback Gage Hoover was 12-of-22 passing for 193 yards and three TDs. Tayden Mounivong had four receptions for 97 yards and two TDs to lead the way.
Stewarts Creek will play in a Region 4-6A battle at Riverdale next Friday with a playoff berth on the line.
Eli Wilson continued his recent surge, scoring two offensive touchdowns and adding an interception return for a TD in the non-region win.
Wilson had 115 rushing yards, 75 receiving yards for MTCS (8-1). Quarterback Yates Geren was 6-of-9 for 115 yards and two TDs.
Geren tossed a 16-yard TD to Grant Haussin for the Cougars’ first score and another to Wilson just before halftime. Wilson then picked off a pass and returned it 90 yards for a 24-0 lead at halftime.
The Cougars will play for the DII-A East title next Thursday at top-ranked Friendship Christian.
Jesse Brown completed 9-of-25 for 140 yards and two touchdowns, Kolten Daniel rushed for two scores and Kaleb Snitzer added a rushing TD as the Eagles improved to 6-3, 4-1 in Region 5-1A play.
Cade Pippenger had three receptions for 55 yards and a TD for Eagleville.
The Eagles will have a big region contest to close out the regular season at home against unbeaten Fayetteville next Friday. A win could create potentially a three-way tie for first in the region.
The Wolverines hung tough with one of the top teams in 6A, but fell to 2-7 on the season.
La Vergne will have a huge Region 6-6A contest to close out the season, at home vs. McGavock in a game that will decide the fourth playoff berth.
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