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Friday night prep roundup

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Prep football in Wilson County kicked off Friday night in a big way with all six local teams seeing action.

Mt. Juliet High rolled up nearly 500 yards in total offense in a 38-13 victory over Lebanon in front of a large crowd at Nokes-Lasater Field. Senior QB Caleb Chowby paced MJ with a 9-of-13 passing effort for 187 yards and two touchdowns. Lebanon's Patrick Maynard rushed 12 times for 100 yards and a touchdown in the loss.

Gallatin pushed across a third quarter touchdown to break a 14-all deadlock at halftime to win at Wilson Central. Wildcat fullback Brandon Mallory rushed 12 times for 58 yards and a TD. The Wildcats turned the ball over three times and had two punts blocked.

Friendship Christian saw visiting Donelson Christianring up20 points in a span of 1:42 in the fourth quarter in a 28-20 loss to the Wildcats. Dekolas Reeves ran for 92 yards on 13 carries while DCA quarterback Kyle Kennedy completed 19-of-34 passes for 195 yards and a touchdown.

Watertown blitzed Cannoun County 41-0 at Robinson Stadium. The Purple Tigers got a pair of first half touchdowns from Brannon Hill and soph QB Ty Jobe hurled a 41-yard touchdown pass to Josiah Smith just before intermission

Community High of Bedford County rolled over Mt. Juliet Christian Academy 34-7 at Suey Field. Noah Wilson rushed for 76 yards on 11 carries and a fourth quarter TD for the Saints.

Other scores from around Middle Tennessee: Beech 17, Portland 7; BGA 29, Smyrna 26; Blackman 14, Independence 9; Dekalb County 26, Warren County 7; Dickson County 28, Creek Wood 7; Glencliff 22, Sycamore 14; Hendersonville 43, Station Camp 36; Lincoln County 27, Giles County 14; Macon County 35, Jo Byrns 7; red Boiling Springs 47, Pickett County 13; Smith County 41, White County 14;

Next week: Lebanon at Franklin County; Mt. Juliet at McGavock; Mt. Juliet Christian at Red Boiling Springs; LaVergne at Wilson Central; Friendship at White House-Heritage; Watertown is idle.

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