Not like anyone’s counting down the days or anything like that, but with two weeks left until the regular season begins, teams are starting to get a better idea of who needs to be on the field for the first snaps of the 2019 season. Catch up on news from around the region:
Dandy Dozen: Ensworth’s Keshawn Lawrence says Tennessee is home | Tennessean (subscription content)
The No. 2 prospect on the Dandy Dozen list plans to head to Knoxville next season, but he and the Tigers have some unfinished business first.
How far can Clarksville’s O-line carry it? | The Leaf Chronicle (subscription content)
A big question for the Wildcats, considering they must contend with the likes of Henry County in Region 7-5A.
One gridiron question, five answers | Columbia Daily Herald
A little more revealed about the five Maury County teams.
Bulldogs get an early gauge in preseason scrimmage against Cannon County | Macon County Times
Tigers, Bulldogs to participate in Jamboree | Macon County Times
Red Boiling Springs hopes to turn around a winless 2018 season, while Macon County has finished second in Region 3-4A each of the past two seasons. They’ll both be in the inaugural Industrial Bowl Jamboree on Aug. 16.
Yellow Jackets take part in two scrimmages | Hartsville Vidette
Last season’s Class 2A runner-up opened its preseason schedule against Lake County and Livingston Academy, giving first-year head coach Blake Satterfield a look at what his squad has early on.
Bison and Raiders battle in preseason | Gallatin News
Station Camp and McGavock scrimmaged early last Friday, but neither one found the end zone.