Playoff picture for local teams after first round
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Maryville will host Farragut after a 42-0 shutout of Science Hill. The Admirals outpaced Bradley Central 56-21.
Bearden will head back out on the road after holding McMinn County to just a touchdown in a 23-6 win over the Cherokees. The Bulldogs travel to Dobyns Bennett for second round action.
Powell stayed unbeaten with a 60-14 trouncing of Lenoir City. The Panthers will host Rhea County. The Eagles clipped the Fulton Falcons 47-7.
Fans in Knoxville get a rematch of the Central-Gibbs game from a few weeks ago. The Eagles handed Tennessee High its second loss of the season 20-13. Central scored 24 unanswered to down David Crockett.
South-Doyle will host Daniel Boone after the Trailblazers shut down Halls 32-3.
Anderson County and Greeneville will link up in the second round after each team reached the 40-point mark against their respective opponents.
Alcoa will host Gatlinburg-Pittman for the second time in a month. The Tornadoes took that first game 49-0 over the Highlanders.
Loudon links up with Smith county after the Owls snuck past Sweetwater 28-27.
Austin-East stays home to host Kingston after blanking Johnson County 41-0.
Oneida blanked Sullivan North 35-0 and advanced to take on Hampton. South Greene outpaced Rockwood 20-7. The Rebels take on Meigs County next round.
Coalfield will get a revenge game against Greenback next round. The Cherokees won the first meeting 45-20.
Grace hosts Libscomb Academy in the quarterfinals after downing Goodpasture 35-20.
Webb was blanked by CPA 35-0. Chattanooga Christian handled CAK 42-10.