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Prep football at a glance

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Adding injury to insult was the loss of starting quarterback Nolan Chowbay with a shoulder injury. Alex Landis relieved Chowbay and will be under center tonight against the powerful Blaze.


Friendship Christian at Trousdale CountyHistoric John Kerr Field will be the backdrop as Friendship Christian visits Trousdale County High for a non-district clash. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.


The Commanders come in 2-0 after whipping The Kings Academy last week 49-13. The Yellow Jackets are a perfect 3-0 following a 53-14 win over Watertown a week ago.


Wilson Central at ClevelandAn early start time awaits the Wildcats as Wilson Central travels to East Tennessee tonight to take on the Cleveland Blue Raiders. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. Central Time at Benny Monroe Stadium. Wilson Central (2-1) is coming off a 26-7 win a week ago over Portland while Cleveland (2-1) blistered McMinn County 49-7.


Coach Brad Dedman is hopeful hell have fullback Kaleb Butler and linebacker DSean Osborne back in the lineup.


Lincoln Co. at LebanonKickoff has been moved to 7:30 p.m. to accommodate the team and fans from Fayetteville as Lebanon hosts Lincoln County tonight. Live radio coverage from Tribble Field / Watkins Stadium begins at 6:30 p.m. on WANT FM-98.9. A live video stream is available at wwwustream.com.LHS and the Falcons both come in with records of 1-2.


Oneida at WatertownWatertown High will be gunning for its first win of the season tonight as the Purple Tigers host Oneida tonight at Robinson Stadium.


The Tigers (0-3) are coming off a 53-14 loss at Trousdale County while Oneida stands 3-0 after trouncing Wartburg 44-8.


MJ Christian at OakdaleMt. Juliet Christian Academy stands 0-2 heading into tonights non-district game at Oakdale.


The Saints are coming off a 48-17 home loss to Middle Tennessee Christian. Oakdale (2-1) was thumped last week 72-17 by Oliver Springs.

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