Basketball state sectional schedules

Area high school basketball state sectional schedules. All games 7 p.m. local time unless noted.

Class AAA
Girls
Saturday’s Games
Morristown West 58, Bearden 49
Oak Ridge 39, Dobyns-Bennett 32
Boys
Monday’s Games
David Crockett 73, Oak Ridge 70
Science Hill 71, Karns 48

 

Class AA
Girls
Saturday’s Games
Elizabethton 48, Gatlinburg-Pittman 44
Grainger 54, Fulton 52
Upperman 55, Sequoyah 29
McMinn Central 68, Livingston Academy 65
Boys
Monday’s Games
Fulton 60, Greeneville 56
CAK 74, Elizabethton 62

 

Class A
Girls
Saturday’s Games
South Greene 71, Midway 46
Harriman 46, North Greene 43
Boys
Monday’s Games
Grace Christian 72, Cosby 48
Hampton 67, Meigs County 61

 

Note: Sectional winners advance to state tournament in Murfreesboro.

Mark Blevins’ full retirement statement

Mark Blevins’ full statement regarding his retirement as a teacher and the boys basketball coach at Bearden:

I am ending both my basketball and teaching careers at Bearden.  I am closing this chapter of my life.  B.A. and I are officers in our church and will be looking to take a more active role.  We’ll see what lies ahead.  I want to thank all my great players (most of whom are my best friends), the Bearden community, the student bodies, and the wonderful ever changing faculties we have had through the last two decades for making it a memorable and exciting journey.  From the days of Dearstone, M. Clemmons, Karnes and company to the Barnes, Stanley, D. Clemmons to the Andreasen, Strange, T. McClunie era to the Oliver, Hampton era to the Cox, M. McClunie, Scruggs era to the Dickenson, T. White, Garner, Ware era to the Simpson, Jenkins, Craig era to the greatest era of T. Greene, R. White, D. Fair, Peake, Winton, Weida  to the Standifer, S. Greene, B. Smith era to the Graham, Campbell era to the current Duncan, Q. Fair era our teams are connected as Bulldogs.  We are committed by loyalty and love.  We are an elite membership; it is not for everybody.  We have our own greeting and we never finish our conversation without expressing the love we have for one another.  That’s been the essence of Bearden basketball.

We have been fortunate to have worked right here in Knoxville with the greatest official association and leadership on this planet led by Kenny Coulter.  While in the Tri Cities, I had the opportunity to be groomed as a young coach by the greatest basketball official to ever walk the face of the earth, Ralph Stout.

I’m a coach that tries to instill toughness, discipline, loyalty, grit, and accountability in all my players.  I was taught long ago by a little crippled lady who raised two sons by herself with no car and no TV while working minimum wage her whole life to always work harder than anybody else.  My mom was my hero.

BHS’s last 22 seasons were the winningest AAA team in Tennessee (588 – 156).  The 2015 teamfinished 28-3 and was ranked first in the state for multiple weeks.  Coach Blevins’ overall high school and collegiate record stands at  840 – 309  including winning records against all KIL teams, all District 4 former and current teams and a 27-0 record versus Tennessee privateschools.  All-time winningest coach in basketball and softball at Bearden High School.  All-timewinningest coach at Bluefield College including a 4-2 record vs some of Carson Newman’s greatest teams.

Region basketball tournament schedules

Region Tournament Schedules

Region 1-AAA
Girls
Wednesday’s Championship
At Morristown East
Morristown West 58, Dobyns-Bennett 40
Boys
Thursday’s Championship
At Morristown East
Science Hill 48, David Crockett 46

Region 2-AAA
Girls
Wednesday’s Championship
At Bearden
Oak Ridge 49, Bearden 35
Boys
Thursday’s Championship
At Oak Ridge
Oak Ridge 70, Karns 40

Region 3-AAA
At Cookeville
Girls
Wednesday’s Championship
Bradley Central 64, Cumberland County 37
Boys
Thursday’s Championship
Walker Valley 56, Bradley Central 52

Region 1-AA
Girls
Wednesday’s Championship
At Grainger
Elizabethton 56, Grainger 44
Boys
Thursday’s Championship
At Grainger
Elizabethton 62, Greeneville 54

Region 2-AA
At Alcoa
Girls
Wednesday’s Championship
Fulton 59, Gatlinburg-Pittman 55, OT
Boys
Thursday’s Championship
Fulton 75, CAK 62

Region 3-AA
Girls
Wednesday’s Championship
At East Ridge
McMinn Central 68, Sequoyah 58
Boys
Thursday’s Championship
At East Ridge
Brainerd 68, Chattanooga Central 60

Region 1-A
Girls
Wednesday’s Championship
At Chuckey-Doak Middle School
South Greene 69, North Greene 31
Boys
Thursday’s Championship
At Chuckey-Doak Middle School
Hampton 74, Cosby 54

Region 2-A
Girls
Wednesday’s Championship
At Harriman
Harriman 51, Midway 45
Boys
Thursday’s Championship
At Wartburg
Grace Christian 63, Meigs County 55

Substate
Division II-A
Friday’s Game
Girls
Webb 31, Harding Academy 29
Saturday’s Game
Boys
Webb 51, University School of Jackson 50

 

2016 all-district basketball teams announced

A compilation of area all-district teams received by the News Sentinel. Teams may be submitted by email at chris.thomas@knoxnews.com.

District 4-AAA
Boys
Coach of the Year: Chris Cool, Farragut
Player of the Year: Nick Rogers, Farragut
Bearden: Quez Fair, Jason Smith, Trent Stephney; Farragut: Nick Rogers, Alexander Rather, Luke Janney; Hardin Valley: Tyler Thompson, David Henson; Heritage: Calvin Keeble, Brandon Davis; Lenoir City: Brandon Hunt; Maryville: T.D. Blackmon, Tristan Upchurch, Easton Upchurch; West: Shandel Willis; William Blount: Isaiah Hannah
Girls
Coach of the Year: Todd Wright, William Blount
Player of the Year: Lindsey Roddy, William Blount
Bearden: Chanler Geer, Anajae Stephney, Trinity Lee; Farragut: Miranda Burt, Morgan Carbaugh; Hardin Valley: Abbey Cornelius, Symphony Buxton; Heritage: Katie Wolfe; Lenoir City: Amberlee Zeller; Maryville: Madison Coulter, Olivia Pepperman; West: Kyra Burris; William Blount: Lindsey Roddy, Lexi Campos, Summer Morris

District 2-AAA
Girls

Coach of the Year: Johnny Galyon, Morristown West
Player of the Year: Karen Donehew, South-Doyle
Cherokee: Harper Russell; Cocke County: Hayley Miller; Jefferson County: Tori Griffin, Makaila Woolard, Ryleigh Fritz; Morristown East: Tia Dailey, Mattie Bryant; Morristown West: Sydney Newsome, Abbe Craine, Jasmine Williams, Blayke Shultz; Seymour: Hannah Schrimpsher, Camille Davis; Sevier County: Olivia Maples, Brianna Miniard; South-Doyle: Kaci Mitchell, Karen Donehew.

Ryan Cahak hired as Concord Christian boys basketball coach

Ryan Cahak, a former graduate men’s basketball assistant at Tennessee, was hired on Monday as Concord Christian School’s boys basketball coach.

Cahak  replaces Rob Murphy, who resigned to pursue a business opportunity in Alabama. The news was announced in a press release, which was forwarded to the News Sentinel by school headmaster Ruston Pierce.

Concord, which lost to Harriman in the opening round of the District 4-A tournament,  finished 9-15 this season.

Cahak’s coaching background includes stops at Colgate University, Lipscomb and Blackman High School in Murfreesboro. He served two seasons as a graduate assistant at UT, including in 2010-11 under Bruce Pearl and 2011-12 under Cuonzo Martin.

As a player, Cahak walked on at Syracuse under Jim Boeheim.

The full press release announcing Cahak’s hire is below:

Concord Christian School is very proud to announce Ryan Cahak as its’ new Head Boy’s Basketball Coach.  Coach Cahak’s resume and references were impeccable and spoke to his incredible basketball background.  He is the perfect person to take over a growing program that Coach Rob Murphy is leaving with a strong foundation.  Coach Cahak is excited about the opportunity, “I’m extremely humbled and grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the Concord family.  Coach Murphy has done a tremendous job building this program and pouring into the young mens’ lives.  I’m excited to be able to follow Coach Murphy and continuing to build this program.  Concord is a tremendous school with great values, and I am extremely grateful that my family and I get to be a part of it.”

Coach Cahak’s coaching background includes stops at Colgate University, Lipscomb University, the University of Tennessee, and Blackman High School.  He also gained the invaluable experience of playing for Coach Jim Boeheim at Syracuse University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology.  Currently he is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Leadership from the University of Tennessee.  He is married to Cara, and has three children Alee, Annah Cate, and Charli.

CCS is excited to welcome Coach Cahak.  His strong testimony of Jesus as his Savior combined with an excellent background in player development make him a perfect fit to lead the basketball program.  Concord Head of School Ruston Pierce said, “We are so excited to have Coach Cahak leading our program.  He is a phenomenal person with an excellent basketball background.  It’s not every day you get references from Tobias Harris and Cuonzo Martin.  He will be a great fit with our CCS family.”

Concord Christian School is a ministry of First Baptist Concord. CCS is committed to providing a Christian-centered, academically excellent school experience that leads students to connect with Christ, grow in faith and serve with conviction, making a world of difference. Our vision is that CCS students will acquire knowledge and wisdom with a biblical world view as demonstrated through service and leadership in worship, missions, care and growth. CCS is a private Christian school for students in Kindergarten – 12th Grade. For more information on CCS, visit concordchristianschool.org.

Updated basketball district tournament schedules

Basketball District
Tournament Schedules

District 2-AAA
At Morristown East
Boys
Wednesday’s Games
Game 1: Seymour 56, Morristown West 52
Game 2: Cocke County 47, Cherokee 46
Friday’s Games
Game 3: South-Doyle 60, Cocke County 36
Game 4: Morristown East 75, Seymour 64
Saturday’s Semifinals
Game 5: Jefferson County 80, Morristown East 72
Game 6: Sevier County 70, South-Doyle 66
Tuesday’s Games
Consolation: Morristown East 69, South-Doyle 62
Championship: Sevier County 64, Jefferson County 54

Girls
Thursday’s Games
Game 3: Morristown East 55, Sevier County 38
Game 4: South-Doyle 56, Cocke County 52
Saturday’s Semifinals
Game 5: Jefferson County 44, South-Doyle 43
Game 6: Morristown West 62, Morristown East 31
Monday’s Games
Consolation: South-Doyle 55, Morristown East 44
Championship: Morristown West 54, Jefferson County 37

District 3-AAA
At Anderson County
Boys
Wednesday’s Game
Game 3: Clinton 61, Campbell County 56, 3 OT
Thursday’s Game
Game 4: Powell 46, Anderson County 45.
Friday’s Game
Game 5: Karns 70, Clinton 58
Saturday’s Semifinals
Game 6: Karns 61, Central 33
Game 7: Oak Ridge 72, Powell 66
Monday’s Game
Consolation: Powell 56, Central 55
Tuesday’s Game
Championship: Oak Ridge 88, Karns 62
Girls
Tuesday’s Games
Game 1: Anderson County 55, Clinton 26
Game 2: Halls 47, Central 17
Wednesday’s Game
Game 3: Karns 52, Gibbs 44
Thursday’s Game
Game 4: Anderson County 38, Halls 24
Friday’s Game
Game 5: Powell 52, Karns 28
Saturday’s Semifinals
Game 6: Campbell County 47, Powell 42
Game 7: Oak Ridge 54, Anderson County 28
Monday’s Game
Consolation: Powell 49, Anderson County 28
Tuesday’s Game
Championship: Oak Ridge 52, Campbell County 34

District 4-AAA
At West
Boys
Thursday’s Games
Game 3: Heritage 77, Hardin Valley 58
Game 4: Bearden 47, West 39
Friday’s Games
Game 5: Heritage 62, Maryville 61
Game 6: Bearden 48, Farragut 45
Tuesday’s Games
Consolation: Maryville 50, Farragut 25
Championship: Heritage 67, Bearden 64
Girls
At West
Wednesday’s Games
Game 3: Hardin Valley 62, Farragut 48
Game 4: Heritage 39, Maryville 34
Friday’s Games
Game 5: Bearden 54, Hardin Valley 35
Game 6: William Blount 61, Heritage 47
Monday’s Games
Consolation: Hardin Valley 52, Heritage 42
Championship: Bearden 58, William Blount 53

District 5-AAA
At McMinn County High
Boys
Friday’s Games
Game 1: McMinn County 64, East Hamilton 56
Saturday’s Games
Game 3: Bradley Central 82, McMinn County 55
Game 4: Walker Valley 63, Cleveland 57
Tuesday’s Games
Consolation: Cleveland 70, McMinn County 44
Championship: Walker Valley 71, Bradley Central 62
Girls
Wednesday’s Game
Game 1: Soddy-Daisy 48, vs. Cleveland 38
Thursday’s Game
Game 2: McMinn County 54, Soddy-Daisy 33
Friday’s Game
Game 3: Walker Valley 58, Ooltewah 20
Saturday’s Games
Game 4: Bradley Central 64, Walker Valley 53
Game 5: McMinn County 36, East Hamilton 30
Monday’s Games
Consolation: East Hamilton 58, Walker Valley 42
Championship: Bradley Central 50, McMinn County 47

District 2-AA
At Greeneville
Boys
Friday’s Quarterfinals
Cumberland Gap 72, Claiborne 40
West Greene 58, Chuckey-Doak 43
Saturday’s Semifinals
Cumberland Gap 67, Grainger 60
Greeneville 72, West Greene 33
Tuesday’s Games
Consolation: Grainger 52, West Greene 47
Championship: Cumberland Gap 54, Greeneville 53
Girls
Friday’s Quarterfinals
Chuckey-Doak 67, Claiborne 34
Cumberland Gap 66, West Greene 57
Saturday’s Semifinals
Chuckey-Doak 72, Greeneville 61
Grainger 69, Cumberland Gap 35
Monday’s Games
Consolation: Greeneville 56, Cumberland Gap 39
Championship: Grainger 70, Chuckey-Doak 60

District 3-AA
At Pigeon Forge High

Friday’s Games
Boys
Gatlinburg-Pittman 74, Carter 68
Union County 66, Pigeon Forge 49.
Girls
Pigeon Forge 51, Carter 41
Fulton 56, Austin-East 26
Saturday’s Semifinals
Boys
Fulton 64, Gatlinburg-Pittman 50
Union County 97, Austin-East 93
Girls
Gatlinburg-Pittman 65, Pigeon Forge 54
Union County 43, Fulton 31
Monday, Feb. 22
Girls
Consolation: Fulton 56, Pigeon Forge 39
Championship: Union County 55, Gatlinburg-Pittman 52
Tuesday’s Games
Boys
Consolation: Austin-East 83, Gatlinburg-Pittman 72
Championship: Fulton 78, Union County 54

District 4-AA
At Kingston
Boys
Thursday’s Game
Kingston 48, Scott 47
Friday’s Semifinals
Catholic 67, Alcoa 62
CAK 61, Kingston 40
Monday’s Consolation
Alcoa 53, Kingston 48
Tuesday’s Championship
CAK 75, Catholic 74
Girls
Thursday’s Game
Scott 39, Catholic 37
Friday’s Semifinals
CAK 69, Kingston 62
Alcoa 44, Scott 28
Monday’s Consolation
Kingston 60, Scott 42
Tuesday’s Championship
Alcoa 53, CAK 46

District 5-AA
At Sequoyah
Girls
Thursday’s Game
Loudon 47, Polk County 36
Friday’s Semifinals
Sequoyah 29, Sweetwater 28
McMinn Central 56, Loudon 39
Monday’s Game
Consolation: Loudon 62, Sweetwater 43
Tuesday’s Game
Championship: McMinn Central 61, Sequoyah 38
Boys
Thursday’s Game
Loudon 56, Polk County 42
Friday’s Games
McMinn Central 71, Loudon 56
Sequoyah 78, Sweetwater 72
Monday’s Game
Consolation: Sweetwater 55, Loudon 43
Tuesday’s Game
Championship: McMinn Central 79, Sequoyah 77

District 2-A
At Northview Academy
Boys
Wednesday’s Game
Game 1: Washburh 48, Clinch 26
Thursday’s Games
Game 2: Hancock County 66, TSD 43
Game 3: Berean Christian 68, Washburn 33
Friday’s Semifinals
Game 4: Cosby 75, Hancock County 59
Game 5: Northview Academy 58, Berean Christian 57
Monday’s Consolation
Game 6: Hancock County 56, Berean Christian 48
Tuesday’s Championship
Game 7: Cosby 74, Northview Academy 51
Girls
Wednesday’s Games
Game 1: Berean Christian 30, Clinch 20
Game 2: Washburn 59, TSD 28
Thursday’s Game
Game 3: Hancock County 66, Berean Christian 28
Friday’s Semifinals
Game 4: Cosby 64, Hancock County 38
Game 5: Northview Academy 63, Washburn 30
Monday’s Consolation
Game 6: Hancock County 50, Washburn 32
Tuesday’s Championship
Game 7: Northview Academy 61, Cosby 38

District 3-A
Boys
Friday’s Games
Game 1: Meigs County 99, Greenback 37
Game 2: Rockwood 54, Tellico Plains 45
Game 3: Harriman 92, Concord Christian 79
Game 4: Grace Christian 93, Midway 37
At Rockwood
Monday’s Semifinals
Game 5: Meigs County 60, Rockwood 40
Game 6: Grace Christian 75, Harriman 69
Wednesday’s Games
Consolation: Rockwood vs. Harriman, 6:30 p.m.
Championship: Grace Christian vs. Meigs County, 8 p.m.
Girls
Thursday’s Games
Game 1: Meigs County 87, Concord Christian 13
Game 2: Harriman 49, Tellico Plains 43
Game 3: Midway 66, Rockwood 46
Game 4: Grace Christian 51, Greenback 40
At Rockwood
Saturday’s Semifinals
Game 5: Harriman 52, Meigs County 46
Game 6: Midway 40, Grace Christian 34
Tuesday’s Games
Consolation: Meigs County 53, Grace Christian 46
Championship: Midway 64, Harriman 49.

District 4-A
Boys
Thursday’s Games
Jellico 62, Oliver Springs 61
Coalfield 63, Oneida 61
Wartburg 58, Sunbright 43
At Wartburg
Saturday’s Semifinals
Oakdale vs. Jellico 57
Wartburg 67, Coalfield 65
Tuesday’s Games
Consolation: Coalfield 75, Jellico 62
Championship: Oakdale 74, Wartburg 66
Girls
At Wartburg
Friday’s Semifinals
Oneida 63, Oakdale 33
Wartburg 56, Coalfield 52
Monday’s Games
Consolation: Coalfield 63, Oakdale 39
Championship: Oneida 53, Wartburg 36

Division II-A 
East/Middle Region Tournament
Wednesday’s Games
Girls: Webb 55, Davidson Academy 46
Boys: Webb 44, Davidson Academy 22
Friday’s Semifinals
At Donelson Christian Academy
Girls: Franklin Road Academy 59, Webb 55, OT
Boys: Webb 56, University School of Nashville 43
Saturday’s Games
Girls Consolation: Webb 64, Battle Ground Academy 48
Boys Championship: Webb 65, Franklin Road Academy 49

 

Basketball postponements for Feb. 12

A batch of wintry weather has disrupted some of Friday’s area high school basketball games. Here’s a rundown on what has been moved, cancelled or remained on schedule. (Note: If a game listed below has been moved, please notify Chris.thomas@knoxnews.com).

Moved to Saturday
*Bearden at Farragut (girls 10 a.m.; boys 11:30)
Union County at Claiborne (girls 2 p.m.; boys 3:30)
Hardin Valley at Powell (girls, 2:30 p.m.; boys 4 p.m.)
Cherokee at Jefferson County (girls, 3 p.m.; boys, 4:30)
Gibbs at Clinton (girls, 3 p.m.; boys, 4:30 p.m.)
Anderson County at Central (girls, 3 p.m.; boys, 4:30)
Carter at Cocke County (girls, 4 p.m.; boys, 5:30 p.m.)
Scott at Cumberland Gap (girls 5 p.m.; boys, 6:30)
Rockwood at Midway (from Monday). (girls 6 p.m.; boys, 7:30 p.m.)
Washburn at Cosby (girls 6 p.m.; boys 7:30 p.m.)
Halls at Karns (girls 6 p.m.; boys 7:30)
Morristown East at Heritage (girls, 6:30 p.m.; boys, 8)
*Game originally scheduled at Bearden.

Cancelled
Sweetwater at Coalfield
Concord Christian at Greenback

Still Playing
Gatlinburg-Pittman at Sevier County (girls 5 p.m., boys 6:30)
Berean Christian at Clinch
Oak Ridge at Campbell County (4:30 p.m. girls; boys 6 p.m.)
Meigs County at Grace Christian
Grainger at Pigeon Forge (girls, 5 p.m.; boys, 6:30)
Harriman at Tellico Plains
Sunbright at Jellico (girls, 5 p.m.; boys, 6:30)
Midway at Kingston
Wartburg at Oakdale (girls 5 p.m.; boys 6:30)
Oneida at Oliver Springs
Lenoir City at Loudon
Soddy-Daisy at McMinn County

Saturday’s Games Cancelled
Maryville vs. Jefferson County (At Oak Ridge)

High school basketball postponements for Feb. 9

Tuesday’s boys and girls high school basketball schedule was disrupted by a batch of wintry weather. Here’s the latest on area postponements and cancellations:

Cancelled
Karns at Coalfield

Postponed
Until Wednesday
Central at Powell
Cherokee at Jefferson County
Lenoir City at Hardin Valley
Oak Ridge at Halls
Thursday
David Crockett at Morristown East
Gatlinburg-Pittman at Cocke County
Gibbs at Campbell County
Greenback at Rockwood
Wartburg at Oneida
Saturday
Oliver Springs at Sunbright
Sevier County at Morristown West (4 p.m. girls; 5:30 boys)
Monday
Grace Christian at Tellico Plains
Pigeon Forge at Catholic
Washburn at Northview Academy
Tuesday, Feb. 16
Alcoa at Fulton
TBD
Bradley Central at Sequoyah
Hancock County at Cosby
Alcoa at Fulton

Games still scheduled for Tuesday:
Claiborne at Scott
Clinton at Anderson County (5 p.m. girls/6:30 boys)
Kingston at Loudon
McMinn County at McMinn Central
Meigs County at Harriman
Midway at Concord Christian
The King’s Academy at Berean Christian
Webb at CAK

Amari Rodgers sets commitment date for Feb. 14, names top 5

Catholic High School junior wide receiver Amari Rodgers announced Thursday night he will choose his college destination on Feb. 14.

Rodgers, a four-star prospect, is rated as the nation’s No. 245 overall prospect and No. 7 player in Tennessee in the 247Sports Composite for the 2017 class.

The 5-foot-10, 195-pound Rodgers wrote on his Twitter account he will choose between an announced top five of Tennessee, Florida State, Clemson, Wake Forest and Alabama.

Missing from the top five is Southern Cal. Rodgers initially committed to USC where his father, former Tennessee quarterback Tee Martin, is a member of the coaching staff. Martin, who led the Vols to the 1998 national championship, was promoted to offensive coordinator in December.

The news of a Feb. 14 decision came four days after Rodgers said he would make a live announcement on BleacherReport.com in “the next month and a half.”

“I will instead be committing on Valentine’s Day next week!!” Rodgers tweeted on Thursday.

Rodgers visited Clemson last weekend along with Oak Ridge wide receiver Tee Higgins, who announced Thursday his decommitment from Tennessee.

Rodgers generated 2,511 all-purpose yards last season, scoring 31 total touchdowns in five different ways and was named PrepXtra Offensive Player of the Year.

The Class 4A Mr. Football winner led the area with 1,570 receiving yards and 23 TD receptions, but also returned two punts and two kickoffs for touchdowns, had three rushing TDs and returned an interception for a touchdown.

#NSD2016: Signed football players from PrepXtra coverage area

Football  
Player High School College Highlights
Cole Strange Farragut Air Force HUDL
Zachary Williams Seymour Alderson Broaddus HUDL
Matthew McClurg Alcoa Appalachian State University HUDL
Mitchell McClurg Alcoa Appalachian State University HUDL
Bryson Stephens Morristown East Army HUDL
Matthew Gayle Fulton Austin Peay HUDL
*Carter Phillipy Farragut Austin Peay (walk-on) HUDL
Gorel Soumare Jefferson County Austin Peay HUDL
Kentel Williams Fulton Austin Peay HUDL
John Langley Harriman Bethel HUDL
Jacob Naumoff Farragut Bethel HUDL
Jordan Brooks McMinn Central Carson-Newman HUDL
Jess Bumgardner Anderson County Carson-Newman HUDL
Cole Fritts Loudon Carson-Newman HUDL
Spencer Holt Cosby Carson-Newman HUDL
Spencer Jefferies Bearden Carson-Newman HUDL
Austin Kirby Grace Christian Carson-Newman HUDL
Matt Lane Cosby Carson-Newman HUDL
Devante Matthews Sevier County Carson-Newman HUDL
Hayden Moore Jefferson County Carson-Newman HUDL
Jordan Seal Morristown East Carson-Newman HUDL
Tyler Thackerson Clinton Carson-Newman HUDL
Logan Townsend Jefferson County Carson-Newman HUDL
Jacob Varney Jefferson County Carson-Newman HUDL
Noah Whaley Pigeon Forge Carson-Newman HUDL
Joseph Wampler Lenoir City Carson-Newman HUDL
Jonathan Decker Alcoa Chattanooga HUDL
Calvin Smith Morristown West Coastal Carolina HUDL
Dorian Banks Sevier County Coffeyville CC HUDL
Brandon Manis Halls College of the Canyons HUDL
Tanner Thomas Farragut Columbia HUDL
Ben Hoffman Farragut Eastern Kentucky HUDL
Eddie Gajardo Greeneville ETSU HUDL
J.D Griffin Sevier County ETSU HUDL
Austin Howard Carter ETSU HUDL
Lakin McCall Maryville ETSU HUDL
Nick Payne Greeneville ETSU HUDL
Austin Rowan Catholic ETSU HUDL
Caleb Woody Alcoa ETSU HUDL
Bo Layton CAK Furman HUDL
Cam Jones Bearden Hutchinson Community College HUDL
Joe Kimber Fulton Hutchinson Community College HUDL
Dustin Clabough Alcoa Kennesaw State HUDL
Hunter Fox Farragut Lindsey Wilson HUDL
Cameron Malone Maryville Maryville College HUDL
Colton Murrell Maryville Maryville College HUDL
Chandler Viscardis The King’s Academy Maryville College HUDL
Kelby Brock Maryville Mercer HUDL
Treyton Peters Harriman Middle Tennessee State HUDL
Darel Middleton Oak Ridge Mississippi Gulf Coast CC HUDL
Kyle Broome Heritage Missouri Baptist HUDL
Jaylen Minefield Seymour Morehead State HUDL
Ryan Louallen Seymour Ohio Dominican HUDL
Devin Harper Karns Oklahoma State HUDL
*Andrew Craig Webb Tennessee (walk-on) HUDL
Austin Pope CAK Tennessee HUDL
Logan Punch Catholic Tennessee (walk-on) HUDL
Alex Alcorn Oak Ridge Tennessee Tech HUDL
Jamal Ashley Seymour Union College HUDL
Jordan Hornung Sevier County Union College HUDL
Cale Brock Anderson County University of the Cumberlands HUDL
Kaleb Dople Jellico University of the Cumberlands HUDL
Jorden Hammond Jellico University of the Cumberlands HUDL
Brett Jolley Lenoir City University of the Cumberlands HUDL
Bryson Knight Greeneville University of the Cumberlands HUDL
Hunter Miniard Sevier County University of the Cumberlands HUDL
**Deuce Wallace Sevier County Vanderbilt HUDL
Ryan Clark Alcoa Virginia Military Institute HUDL
DeAndre Delaney Morristown West Wake Forest HUDL
Bailey Byrum Sweetwater Western Carolina HUDL