published Monday, October 31st, 2011

Prep football Player of the Week honor roll

  • Baylor: Matthew Oellerich ran for two TDs and threw for two more, accounting for 294 yards of offense in the Red Raiders' 38-14 victory over BGA.

  • Bledsoe County: The Warriors' defense was porous but the offense was up to the task and they pulled out a 43-42 victory over Chattanooga Christian behind a five-TD night from Brandon Smith, who rushed for 248 yards on 35 carries.

  • Boyd-Buchanan: John Hale ran for 118 yards (5 carries) and a touchdown as the Buccaneers romped past Copper Basin 41-0 to lock up the District 5-A championship.

  • Bradley Central: Justin Houston ran for 142 yards including a 72-yard TD romp, but the Bears lost to McMinn County 48-36 in the District 5-AAA championship game.

  • Calhoun: Darius Washington scored three TDs and ran for 117 yards as Calhoun improved to 9-0 with a 35-13 victory over Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe.

  • Chattanooga Christian: Trae Terry had 16 tackles for the Chargers and they just missed pulling off an upset in a 43-42 loss to district champion Bledsoe County.

  • Cleveland: Chad Voytik threw four TDs and completed 21 of 27 passes for 296 yards as the Blue Raiders evened their record at 5-5 with a 42-26 victory at Rhea County.

  • Dade County: Travis Nunley returned a kickoff 81 yards but Chattoga scored the last four TDs and rallied for a 42-21 victory.

  • East Hamilton: Lamond Greer ran 25 times for 189 yards, his first 100-yard rushing effort, and the Hurricanes locked up their first district title, winning 6-AA with a lopsided victory over Howard.

  • Gordon Lee: Clay Durham picked up 141 yards on 22 carries to lead the Trojans' 28-14 victory over rival Trion.

  • Grace Academy: Aaron Tisdale scored on a 5-yard run and finished the night as the Golden Eagles' rushing leader with 97 yards in a 20-0 victory over Silverdale Baptist.

  • Grundy County: Josh Rhea got his first 100-yard game of the season with a 107-yard effort as the Yellowjackets clinched a playoff berth with a 20-14 victory over Notre Dame.

  • Heritage: Jacob Carter scored two TDs, one on a 74-yard fumble return, but the Generals fell to Ridgeland 31-23.

  • Howard: Tevan Jackson ran for 37 yards and passed for 122 and the Tigers' only TD in a 42-6 loss to East Hamilton.

  • LaFayette: Demarcus Simpson ran for one TD and pulled in a pass for another, but the Ramblers came up short against Ringgold, 34-30.

  • Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe: Jackson Wallin returned a kickoff 88 yards, but it was one of only two scores the Warriors managed in a 35-13 loss to Calhoun.

  • McCallie: Daniel McClure ran for 129 yards, but the Blue Tornado fell to Brentwood Academy 39-7.

  • McMinn County: Patrick Lindsey scored three times and rushed 16 times for 165 yards in the Cherokees' District 5-AAA championship-clinching victory over Bradley Central.

  • North Jackson: Nicholas Pope scored a pair of TDs as the Chiefs finished the regular season unbeaten with a 37-12 win at Scottsboro.

  • Notre Dame: Matt Reilly caught five passes for 119 yards and two TDs, but the Irish were bested 20-14 at Grundy County.

  • Ooltewah: Mikhail Creech caught six passes for 129 yards and three TDs in the Owls' 62-27 win over Walker Valley.

  • Polk County: Alex Akins ran nine times for 119 yards and two touchdowns and completed one of two passes attempts as the Wildcats locked up the District 5-AA title with a 42-0 win over Meigs County.

  • Red Bank: Kameno Watson ran a kickoff back 76 yards as the Lions fell 26-14 to Tyner.

  • Rhea County: Austin Dotson threw a pair of TD passes but the Golden Eagles were overwhelmed by Cleveland 42-26.

  • Ridgeland: Vonn Bell returned two fumbles, one 84 yards and another for 59 yards to lead Ridgeland to a 31-23 victory over Heritage.

  • Ringgold: Shaun Anderson scored three TDs and rushed for 205 yards on 22 carries as Ringgold rallied for a 34-30 win over LaFayette.

  • Sequatchie County: Jerry Fain ran 12 times for 115 yards but the Indians fell 56-23 to Signal Mountain.

  • Signal Mountain: Mitchell Hall ran for 122 yards and scored four touchdowns in the Eagles' 56-23 win over Sequatchie County.

  • Soddy-Daisy: Cedric Edwards scored five TDs, one on a pass reception, three on rushing attempts and another on a 50-yard punt return. In the Trojans' 54-14 win over Warren County, Edwards ran for 189 yards, averaging 14.5 yards per carry, and caught two passes for 79 yards.

  • South Pittsburg: Jake Stone ran for 160 yards on 19 carries but the Pirates lost a triple-overtime game to Knox Grace Christian 3-0.

  • Tyner: Playing his second game as a running back, Edward Duckett scored a pair of TDs as the Rams bested Red Bank and locked up a second-place District 6-AA finish and an automatic playoff berth.

  • Walker Valley: Kelvin Wells gained 284 yards on 38 carries and scored three TDs but the Mustangs finished the year 0-10 on a 62-27 loss to Ooltewah.

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