Saturday’s jamboree action capped all the preseason festivities for area high school squads. The next time they hit the field to hit somebody else, it’ll count. Catch up on news from around the region, and remember that the #615Preps Podcast is now on Apple Podcasts, so go subscribe:
Five teams got their final preseason work in at Macon County on Friday.
Meanwhile, other area programs hosted jamborees with just one other team.
The biggest offseason storyline now has a resolution, just in time for the regular season.
More preseason predictions coming around in the final week before things get real.
Metro teams got their fair share of work in the traditional Metro Jamboree.
Plenty of squads made the trip to Cross Plains to finish their preseason preparations.
Highlights from the final tune-up for the Bulldogs and Big Red.
A highly competitive region should see some tight games this season.
Replacing Trey Knox, Adonis Otey and Micaleous Elder was never going to be an easy task. But a couple of transfers hope to make their mark for the Blaze this time around.
Highlights from Friday’s Montgomery County Jamboree in Clarksville.
Columbia Academy’s final tune-up was about the rushing attack, while Mt. Pleasant hit on a big pass play but was otherwise shut out in two quarters.
Early big plays set the tone for Spring Hill in their two-quarter triumph. Meanwhile, anticipation mounts for the college decision of Dickson County standout Trevonn Rybka.
Columbia Central came up empty in its final dress rehearsal, while Creek Wood’s option running game found some success on Friday. Also of note – both teams wore home uniforms in this contest, and they looked excellent. More games like that, please.
The Eagles finished 6-6 in a tough region, and improvement doesn’t guarantee a higher playoff seed.
Though Ravenwood went further in the playoffs last year, the Bruins have experience in a key spot returning in junior quarterback Cade Granzow.
Cannon County head coach Matt Daniel gave his thoughts before the Lions’ scrimmage at Middle Tennessee Christian on Friday.
Pope John Paul II will not have trouble with field goal range this season. Not many sophomores are hitting 50-yarders around these parts.
The Indians’ sophomore should make an impact at a new position this season. Meanwhile, it’s basically a position trade as the wideout swapped spots with the quarterback.
Gallatin’s first team marched right down the field in its lone series, but the defending 6A champs left the Wave Yard with the win to close the preseason.
Plenty of preseason finales to be found around Murfreesboro the past couple of days.
The two Sumner County foes couldn’t settle things in their preseason finale, ending in a deadlock.