Fans in West Tennessee looked for a big game by in week seven between Memphis-Brighton and Paris-Henry County. For the fans of the Patriots of Paris-Henry County they were not disappointed as their team rolled 54-0. Outstanding efforts were turned in by senior quarterback Marsalis Teague, 5-10, 175 pounds, who rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns. Teague also lit up the aerial attack with 102 yards passing and three touchdowns.
Miami Ohio Redhawk commitment and Franklin-Battle Ground Academy quarterback Jamal Ramsey, 6-1.5, 174 pounds turned in a huge night on Friday. Ramsey completed 18 out of 24 passes for 308 yards and one touchdown including the game winning touchdown with 31 seconds left in the ball game. For good measure, the dual threat quarterback also rushed for 42 yards and one touchdown. Look for a big time performance in week eight as the Wildcats from Franklin-Battle Ground Academy take on the Eagles of Brentwood (Tenn.) Academy.
Memphis-Whitehaven had a big time win in week seven on the ground led by senior running back Cortez Mosby, 5-10, 210 pounds, who rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns in the 19-6 victory. The Tigers from Memphis-Whitehaven also had a solid effort from junior quarterback Fred Flenorl, who completed eight out of eleven passes for 76 yards. The Tigers are also playing great defense led by senior safety Gene Robinson and senior linebacker Derrick Webb. They have only given up an average of around 150 total yards per ball game.
The Panthers from Knoxville-Powell grabbed another victory led by senior quarterback Kier Houston, 6-1, 180 pounds. Houston rushed for 159 yards and two touchdowns in his team's 28-22 win over Knoxville-Halls.
The Wildcats from Oak Ridge (Tenn.) saw a dramatic finish on the road against the Governors from Maryville-William Blount. Senior quarterback Tyler Clark, 6-3, 195 pounds scored on a one yard touchdown on the last play of the game to seal the victory 32-31. Clark connected with senior wide receiver Tucker Trent, 6-5, 195 pounds, LeMichael Gibson, and Cameron Caldwell before scoring the game winning touchdown. The Wildcats hope to keep their playoff hopes alive with a big home game match up against the Trojans from Soddy Daisy (Tenn.).