Opening Drive (Sept. 30): Still waiting for fall
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Opening Drive (Sept. 30): Still waiting for fall

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With still no end to the summertime weather as the calendar turns to October, the playoff races are beginning to heat up as the second half of the regular season is underway.

Plenty of regions have games with title implications this week, such as a battle of two 6-0 teams when East Nashville visits Pearl-Cohn. Beech puts its perfect record on the line and hopes to remain in first place in Region 6-5A when the Buccaneers host Hillsboro.

Oakland and Blackman tangle with first place in Region 3-6A at stake, while Brentwood visits Independence with the winner holding the top spot in Region 6-6A. There are plenty of top matchups this week, and we’ll talk about them on the next episode of the 615Preps Podcast, recording tonight and dropping on Wednesday.

Catch up on news from around the area from this past weekend:

Gallery: Pearl-Cohn 47, Hillsboro 40 | Midstate Preps Plus

The Saturday Six: Week 6 | Midstate Preps Plus

Gallery: Trousdale County 28, Macon County 0 | Midstate Preps Plus

Demick Starling, East Nashville use big plays to race past BGA for 6-0 start | Tennessean

5 takeaways: Brentwood Academy gets 500th win; Independence wins fifth straight | Tennessean

Tennessee high school football: Week 6 roundup of Nashville area’s top games | Tennessean

Nashville area high school football top performers from Week 6 | Tennessean

Murfreesboro area high school football Week 6 roundup: Blackman wins thriller over Riverdale | Daily News Journal

Oakland football reserves getting valuable action during blowout wins | Daily News Journal

Murfreesboro area high school football: Week 6 top performers | Daily News Journal

Rockvale students lead pre-game prayer before Friday night’s game vs. Oakland | Daily News Journal

Blackman beats Riverdale in final seconds of Backyard Brawl as Emilio Martin catches winning TD | Daily News Journal

Clarksville area Week 6 roundup: Northeast freshman QB shines in win | The Leaf Chronicle

Dyer County 27, Clarksville 23: Seth Phillips’ stubborn determination helps overcome broken finger | The Leaf Chronicle

Football: King, Wooten lead Fairview past Greenbrier; GCA comes up short on the road | Williamson Herald

Football: Indy digs deep, shuts down Hendersonville in second half | Williamson Herald

Football: Centennial comes up short on Homecoming | Williamson Herald

Football: Summit continues unbeaten start; Page starts fast at Giles County | Williamson Herald

Football: East Nashville takes battle of heavyweights at BGA | Williamson Herald

Football: Franklin finds offense, confidence at McGavock | Williamson Herald

Football: Brentwood stops CPA in playoff-style meeting | Williamson Herald

Football: Nolensville shuts out Columbia, improves to 5-0 | Williamson Herald

Football: Brentwood Academy cruises, clinches win No. 500 | Williamson Herald

Quick-strike offense spurs Tigers to win | Columbia Daily Herald

Defense not enough for Lions | Columbia Daily Herald

Spartans overcome early deficit | Columbia Daily Herald

Late surge over Commandos saves Eagles’ streak | Columbia Daily Herald

Pegasus Cup goes to Eagles; Zion, CA fall in road games | Columbia Daily Herald

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Franklin, Summit, Indy, Page, Fairview get wins | Franklin Home Page

FRA blows past RePublic for Homecoming win | Franklin Home Page

Nolensville posts shutout against Columbia Central | Franklin Home Page

Brentwood Academy thumps West Toronto Prep for school’s 500th win | Franklin Home Page

GAME OF THE WEEK: Late touchdown gets Brentwood past CPA on Homecoming | Franklin Home Page

Creek Wood takes down Sycamore at home | Cheatham County Exchange

Marshall Co. pulls away from Springfield in 4A heavyweight battle | Robertson County Connection

Fairview runs over Greenbrier | Robertson County Connection

Watertown knocks out White House | Robertson County Connection

NO FLUKE: East Robertson beats Jo Byrns for second straight year | Robertson County Connection

Patriots rally to down Portland for first region win | Robertson County Connection

MTCS drops 22-14 road decision at Cornersville | Murfreesboro Post

Blackman rallies to stun Riverdale in 23-22 thriller | Murfreesboro Post

Smyrna shuts out Antioch for fourth straight win | Murfreesboro Post

No. 1 Oakland too much for Rockvale in 56-7 victory | Murfreesboro Post

Warren County overcomes 15-point deficit to top Siegel | Murfreesboro Post

Big plays carry Stewarts Creek past Station Camp | Murfreesboro Post

Eagleville offense leads way in 32-20 win at Moore County | Murfreesboro Post

JPII cruises to victory over Christian County | Gallatin News

Green Wave 6-0 following shutout over Wilson Central | Gallatin News

FRIDAY FINAL — Beech 40, Lebanon 21 | Hendersonville Standard

Hendersonville’s lead slips away in 31-24 loss to Independence | Hendersonville Standard

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