Opening Drive (Oct. 21): Into the home stretch
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Opening Drive (Oct. 21): Into the home stretch

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This week, five 615 area teams put their unbeaten records on the line in varying situations. Gallatin and Beech do it for the Region 6-5A title, so that number’s guaranteed to drop. Pearl-Cohn visits Independence as the Firebirds try to improve to 9-0. Nolensville visits Franklin hoping to do the same. Oakland wants to keep the train rolling. And there’s Nashville Christian, one win away from clinching its region.

One week from now, the playoff picture will zoom in and come into sharper focus. But this week still has plenty to determine.

Catch up on news from the weekend:

Gallery: Oakland 31, Riverdale 14 | Midstate Preps Plus

The Saturday (Seven) – Week 9 | Midstate Preps Plus

Brentwood QB Cade Granzow shows why college future may be football over baseball | Tennessean

Five takeaways: How McGavock went from 0-7 to playoff contender with one win | Tennessean

Tennessee high school football scoreboard, Week 9 | Tennessean

Nashville area high school football roundup, Week 9 | Tennessean

Nashville area high school football top performers, Week 9 | Tennessean

High school football: Murfreesboro area Week 9 top performers | Daily News Journal

Murfreesboro area high school football roundup: Oakland downs Riverdale 31-14 | Daily News Journal

TSSAA record: MTCS’ Kemari McGowan breaks mark for rushing yards by a quarterback | Daily News Journal

Antonio Malone happy to be back as Blackman football rolls past Rockvale | Daily News Journal

Football: Ravenwood, Indy post shutouts | Williamson Herald

Football: Page cruises past Columbia, Summit fumbles in Shelbyville | Williamson Herald

Football: Opportunistic defense leads Nolensville to first win over Maplewood | Williamson Herald

Football: Granzow leads Brentwood to win over Franklin, Region 6-6A title | Williamson Herald

Football: GCA’s struggles continue against MTCS | Williamson Herald

Football: BGA snaps slide, shuts out Lincoln County | Williamson Herald

Eagles offense grounded by Tigers defense | Columbia Daily Herald

Mistakes prove costly for Lions | Columbia Daily Herald

Raiders wear down in league defeat | Columbia Daily Herald

Eagles knock off rust in road shutout | Columbia Daily Herald

On the road: CA wins, Summit falls | Columbia Daily Herald

GAME OF THE WEEK: Granzow powers Brentwood past Franklin, Bruins clinch region title | Williamson Home Page

FOOTBALL: Indy, Page CPA, BGA get wins; Summit, Lipscomb Academy fall | Williamson Home Page

Nolensville stays perfect in Maplewood win | Williamson Home Page

Ravenwood football dominates in shutout against Smyrna | Williamson Home Page

Purple Tigers Carey on in rout of Jackson County | Lebanon Democrat

Creek Wood holds off White House 35-28 | Dickson Post

Independence cruises to 41-0 win over Dickson County | Dickson Post

East Robertson breaks losing streak to Westmoreland | Robertson County Connection

Kevontez Hudson’s big night carries Springfield over Portland | Robertson County Connection

McGavock upsets LaVergne for first victory | Murfreesboro Post

Oakland defeats Riverdale 31-14 in Battle of the ‘Boro | Murfreesboro Post

Early big plays carry Stewarts Creek past Lebanon 17-7 | Murfreesboro Post

Blackman offense leads way in 48-13 win at Rockvale | Murfreesboro Post

Siegel rally comes up short in 35-28 loss to Cookeville | Murfreesboro Post

Eagleville holds on to knock off Summertown 13-7 | Murfreesboro Post

Bucs run over Bison with takeaways, big plays | Gallatin News

Green Wave 8-0 for the first time since 2006 | Gallatin News

Portland comes up short against Springfield | Portland Sun

FRIDAY FINAL – Oak Ridge 41, Mt. Juliet 34 | Wilson Post

FRIDAY FINAL – Friendship 58, MJCA 8 | Wilson Post

THURSDAY FOOTBALL — WHS thumps Jackson Co. | Wilson Post

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