WCHS hosts Siegel
Wilson Central will look to build on early season momentum when Murfreesboro Siegel visits Wildcat Stadium tonight for a 7 p.m. kickoff.
Coach Brad Dedman's club stands an impressive 3-0 on the season and has averaged a shade over 40 points per contest.
The Wildcats return home following a 38-7 victory at Antioch a week ago.
Siegel has struggled so far, standing 0-3 following last week's 49-7 loss to Oakland.
Purple Tigers host Grundy County
Red-hot Watertown High puts a perfect 3-0 record on the line this evening as Grundy County comes to Robinson Stadium for a 7 p.m. kickoff.
The Purple Tigers will celebrate homecoming with the crowning of the queen and her court during the halftime break.
WHS is fresh off a lopsided 54-7 victory at Cascade.
Clicking on all cylinders, Watertown is averaging an incredible 50 points per game while allowing just 15 points per contest.
Grundy County stand 1-2 on the season after last week's 13-12 victory over Cannon County.
Watertown's marching band will host a 10-team band competition Saturday at Robinson Stadium.
Competition begins at 4 p.m. with all proceeds generated going to the Watertown High band.
Lebanon plays at Summit
Lebanon's defensive unit will be put to a test tonight as the Blue Devils travel to Spring Hill to take on surging Summit.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. with live radio coverage beginning at 6:30 p.m. on WANT FM-98.9.
LHS enters tonight's game 0-2, having surrendered an average of 30 points per game in losses to Warren County and McGavock.
The Spartans (2-1) are coming off a school-record offensive effort -- a 71-34 victory at Shelbyville Central. Summit relies heavily on the efforts of running back Tai Carer.
The junior had 17 carries for 223 yards and three touchdowns vs. the Eagles.
In addition, Carter returned a punt for 61 yards and a touchdown.
Mt. Juliet travels to Franklin Co.
A pair of teams with identical 1-2 records square off tonight at Mt. Juliet travels to Winchester to take on Franklin County High.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at The Rebels come in on the heels of a 27-0 loss at the hands of Stewarts Creek. One week prior, FCHS topped rival Tullahoma 33-7. Mt. Juliet's defense allows slightly less than two touchdowns per game and put forth an exceptional effort in last week's 12-7 home loss to defending Class 6A state champion Ravenwood.
The Golden Bears are looking to snap a modest two-game losing streak.
MJCA visits Houston Co.
Mt. Juliet Christian Academy is looking to just back into the win column tonight as the Saints travel to Erin to take on Houston County.
MJCA (2-1) is coming off a 48-6 home loss a week ago to Knoxville Webb -- snapping a two-game win streak to start the season.
The Fighting Irish are winless at 0-3 following a 26-14 loss to rival McEwen.
Friendship is idle
Friendship Christian, 1-2 after last week's 45-18 win at The King's Academy, is idle this week.
The Commanders will host Knox Webb Sept. 16.