From Post staff reports
EAGLEVILLE The good news for Watertown fans is that QB Ty Jobe played most of the game against Eaglkeville after injuring his ankle in last weeks game.
The bad news is that Eagleville scored early and often in a 35-14 non-district Watertown loss.
He fought through (the injury) for most of the game," said Watertown coach Gavin Webster. He played pretty much the whole game except for a series (in the second).
When Jobe did come back in the second, he did score Watertowns lone touchdown in the first half.
Two-headed run game leads victory
Tailbacks Taye Davis and Karlton Bruton combined to run for 259 yards and five touchdowns leading Lebanon to a 31-17 homecoming win over Franklin County Friday night at Tribble Field / Watkins Stadium.
The victory marked the first victory in the Volunteer State for new Blue Devil head coach Sam Harp, who took over at LHS in January after a stellar career in Kentucky where he won seven state championships at Danville High.
"It was a good win, these kids deserved it," Harp said after the game. "You think back and this was just the fourth win these seniors have been a part of. It's a good shot in the arm for us."
By JARED HASTINGS
LA VERGNE -- Wilson Central churned out 378 rushing yards and rallied from a pair of double-digit deficits to take a 45-34 victory Friday over La Vergne at The Den.
In a game which saw a combined 1,015 yards of total offense, the Wildcats (1-1) outscored La Vergne 28-6 in the second half to earn their first victory of the season. La Vergne, meanwhile, fell to 0-2.
Alex Price (10 carries, 139 yards and a touchdown) and Jordan Wilson (10 carries, 105 yards and two scores) each eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark for Wilson Central, which controlled the clock during the last 36 minutes of the game.
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