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The Saturday Six – Week 3

Six games that had a clear effect on various regions around the area:

Gallatin 49, Hillsboro 14: The Green Wave are sending notice to all of Class 5A that they are a threat this year. Spencer Briggs’ Mr. Football candidacy has officially begun, as he continued his hot start with more than 280 yards on the ground in a big win over Hillsboro. Circle Oct. 25 on your schedules – Gallatin is at Beech that night and it could be a top-five matchup if things continue as they are.

Springfield 42, White House Heritage 41: The Battle of Highway 76 came down to a kick, and although it didn’t work out for the Patriots, White House Heritage can still feel pretty good about their chances in Region 5-4A. Springfield took a step in the right direction with the victory, but this region won’t have a clear direction until White House plays its first region game in two weeks – against Springfield.

Hunters Lane 27, Hillwood 24: Not only did the Warriors spoil Hillwood’s shot at going 3-0, Hunters Lane also took the inside track to the No. 4 seed in Region 6-5A. The Warriors haven’t made the playoffs since 2009 and have only won nine games this decade. But Friday’s victory – the first for Hunters Lane head coach Preston Scott – puts them in a spot to reach the postseason for now.

Wilson Central 20, Rossview 14: The Wildcats improved to 3-0 and put themselves out front in Region 4-6A. Wilson Central could very well be 4-0 in two weeks when they visit Mt. Juliet.

Watertown 16, Trousdale Co. 13 (OT): The Purple Tigers had a chance to win this one in regulation, but a missed extra point forced overtime. Trousdale County couldn’t take advantage of the second chance in the extra session, and Watertown gets the critical tiebreaker again in Region 4-2A, just like last season.

Page 34, Shelbyville 29: A big one for the Patriots, who are now on a crash course with Summit for their Oct. 4 showdown. Lincoln County might still have something to say about Region 5-5A, but the Page-Summit winner will have the preferred track to the region title.

Week 3 scores
Baylor 42, Father Ryan 17
Beech 67, Glencliff 0
BGA 42, Goodpasture 7
Blackman 65, Coffee Co. 0
Brentwood 63, Dickson Co. 0
Briarcrest 40, Pope John Paul II 7
Camden 42, Harpeth 14
Cane Ridge 37, McGavock 0
Champagnat Catholic, (Fla.) 25, CPA 0
Clarksville Northwest 29, West Creek 12
Clay Co. 16, Jo Byrns 8
Creek Wood 45, Greenbrier 7
DeKalb Co. 33, Stone Memorial 0
East Nashville 21, Giles Co. 15
East Robertson 21, Cascade 14
Ensworth 33, Knoxville Catholic 28
Fairview 34, Cheatham Co. 6
Fayette Academy 42, Clarksville Academy 7
Forrest 28, Eagleville 7
Friendship Christian 22, DCA 6
Gallatin 49, Hillsboro 14
Gordonsville 42, Pickett Co. 18
Hendersonville 48, Station Camp 7
Howard 54, MTCS 27
Hunters Lane 27, Hillwood 24
Independence 45, Centennial 14
Kenwood 30, Clarksville Northeast 24
LaVergne 68, Antioch 0
Lipscomb Academy 56, FRA 26
Macon Co. 55, Mt. Juliet Christian 7
Maplewood 38, Lawrence Co. 6
Marshall Co. 30, Tullahoma 6 (Thurs.)
MBA 42, St. Benedict 0
McCallie 28, Brentwood Academy 23
Monterey 47, Red Boiling Springs 6
Mt. Juliet 24, Lebanon 7
Mt. Pleasant 40, Richland 14
Nashville Christian 21, Davidson Academy 13
Nolensville 35, Spring Hill 7
Oakland 69, Siegel 16
Page 34, Shelbyville 29
Pearl Cohn 42, Stratford 6
Portland 35, Montgomery Central 21
Ravenwood 28, Franklin 0
Riverdale 35, Cookeville 17
Sequatchie Co. 34, Cannon Co. 21
Smyrna 34, Overton 14
Springfield 42, White House Heritage 41
Stewarts Creek 28, Clarksville 20
Summit 34, Columbia 14
Sycamore 14, Stewart Co. 12
Upperman 42, Smith Co. 0
Warren Co. 36, Rockvale 35
Watertown 16, Trousdale Co. 13
Westmoreland 35, Jackson Co. 7
Whites Creek 30, RePublic 12
Wilson Central 20, Rossview 14

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