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Prep roundup: Burton ambushes Lee at Five Star Stadium

September 12th, 2015 10:00 am by Staff Report

Prep roundup: Burton ambushes Lee at Five Star Stadium

Eastside takes the field for Friday night's game against Honaker in Coeburn. (Photo courtesy Shonna Peters)

BEN HUR — Issac Davis and Matthew Branham combined for 257 yards rushing and three touchdowns, and J.I. Burton stunned Lee High 28-15 on Friday night at Five Star Stadium.

Branham had 125 yards on 17 carries and scored on a 23-yard run, and Davis gained 125 yards on 17 rushes and scored on runs of 8 and 17 yards.

Isaac Perrigan also gained 113 yards on 17 carries for the Raiders (2-1), who amassed 379 yards on the ground against the Generals (2-1).

Tyler Shuler scored on a 2-yard run for Lee and Tyler Crusenberry hauled in a 38-yard TD pass from Chris Smith.

Smith completed 7 of 12 passes for 163 yards on the night.

Twin Springs 28, Chilhowie 22

CHILHOWIE — The Titans ended 15 years of frustration with the victory over the Warriors. Second-half touchdown runs by Justin Grizzle, Ethan Hillman and Holden McNew sealed the first victory for Twin Springs over Chilhowie since 1995.

Trailing 15-8 at the half, the Titans (2-1) began their march back on a 1-yard TD run by Grizzle, followed by a 3-yard scoring jaunt from Hillman. McNew’s 22-yard run to paydirt with 4:06 left in the game put Twin Springs on top 28-15.

A touchdown pass with two minutes left brought Chilhowie (1-2) to within 28-22, but the Titans remained in control.

McNew closed with 14 carries for 76 yards, Blake Hall had 66 yards on six carries and Nathaniel Quillen tallied 44 yards on 11 carries for Twin Springs, which rushed for 282 yards on 50 carries.

Honaker 47, Eastside 13

COEBURN — Norman Parrott had 208 yards of total offense and the Tigers roared past the Spartans.

Parrott rushed 11 times for 146 yards and three touchdowns and had five receptions for 62 yards. He scored on runs of 1, 32 and 52 yards.

Shon Sartin had 73 yards on 15 carries for Eastside (0-3). Mason Bellamy scored on a 3-yard scamper for the Spartans, and Elijah Vaughn returned an interception 42 yards for a score.

Hancock County 40, Rye Cove 6

CLINCHPORT — Zack Seal caught a 58-yard touchdown pass from Dakota Blevins and also scored on a 7-yard run as the Indians downed the War Eagles.

Blevins added TD runs of 12 and 25 yards for Hancock County.

Jeremy Isbel scored on a 6-yard run for Rye Cove (0-3).

Union 41, David Crockett 32

JONESBOROUGH — Devan Summers rushed for three touchdowns and Bryce Spears threw for two more to lead the Bears to a win over the host Pioneers in the inaugural meeting between the schools.

Summers scored on runs of 1, 12 and 10 yards for Union (3-0). Spears had TD passes of 32 and 20 yards.

Ra’ashaun Noaks caught a 20-yard touchdown pass and scored on a 10-yard run.

Tennessee High 41, Virginia High 6

BRISTOL, Va. — Sir Shuff rushed for 202 yards on 21 carries and scored three touchdowns to power the Vikings past the Bearcats in their annual V-T Game.

Shuff scored on runs of 5, 1 and 50 yards, giving Tennessee High a 28-6 advantage after three quarters.

Vikings quarterback Ty Myers completed three passes for 64 yards and tossed a 28-yard scoring strike to Ryan Fleenor.

Elizabethton 21, Daniel Boone 7

ELIZABETHTON — Quarterback Hunter Tyree hit on 12 of 13 passes for 188 yards and three touchdowns in the Cyclones’ non-conference victory.

Drew Bowers had 93 receiving yards — including a 73-yard touchdown catch — on three receptions for Elizabethton (2-1). Jeremiah Turner and Conner Johnson also caught TD passes from Tyree.

Gabe Sanders scored for the Trailblazers (0-3) on a 13-yard run. Sanders threw for 90 yards and rushed for another 88 on a workmanlike 23 carries.

Science Hill 43, Erwin, N.C. 19

JOHNSON CITY — Justin Bedard rushed for 104 yards on 10 carries, ran for three touchdowns and threw for another in the first half for the undefeated Hilltoppers, who led 36-6 at halftime.

Science Hill (3-0) held the Warriors to 231 yards of offense, though much of that came against the reserves in the second half. Erwin managed to run for only 23 yards on 25 carries.

Greeneville 35, Morristown East 7

MORRISTOWN — Desmond Dabbs rushed 24 times for 221 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Greene Devils (2-1) past the Hurricanes.

Dabbs scored on runs of 1, 10, 4, and 2 yards for Greeneville (2-1). Donavan Barner added 109 yards on 14 carries.

Bryson Stephens led Morristown East (0-3) with 19 rushes for 106 yards and an 8-yard TD run.


KACHEA def. North Greene

KINGSPORT — The Lady Wildcats downed the Lady Huskies 12-25, 25-15, 25-17, 25-19 on Thursday.

Alyssa Gibson had 12 kills and five blocks for KACHEA (6-1). Morgan Smith added 10 kills, 10 service points and eight assist for the Lady Wildcats.

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