Week 2’s action has some strong games around the area, including some matchups between ranked teams.
Catch up on news from around the area:
Momentum high for Stewarts Creek football after program’s biggest win | Daily News Journal
Bert Browne begins his tenure with a signature victory. Now he’s working on trying to build off it.
Friends and foes | Columbia Daily Herald
Summit and Spring Hill square off, so will two very good friends on opposite sides.
Turnovers plague Bulldogs in opener | Macon County Times
Not-so-fun fact: Red Boiling Springs lost last week by as many points (eight) as the number of turnovers the Bulldogs committed (also eight).
Tigers turned away in season opener | Macon County Times
Not-so-fun fact number two: Macon County did the same thing (four turnovers, lost by four points).
Lions to welcome Warren County for home opener Friday | Cannon Courier
Cannon County still has the weight of a 27-game losing streak – the state’s longest such drought – as Warren County visits Woodbury tonight.
Yellow Jackets defeat Friendship in season opener | Hartsville Vidette
Blake Satterfield got his first head coaching victory last week with the Yellow Jackets.
Football Preview: Independence travels to CPA with both hungry for first win | Williamson Herald
Football Preview: Franklin seeks to build off solid start as Riverdale pays visit | Williamson Herald
Football Preview: Ravenwood carries No. 4 ranking into Blackman | Williamson Herald
DII teams open region play Friday | Lebanon Democrat
PICK ‘EM: Russell’s Week 2 Robertson predictions | Robertson County Connection
PICK ‘EM: Sumner County Week 2 Football Previews | Gallatin News
PREVIEW: Montgomery Central-West Creek matchup could be a shootout | Main Street Preps