Several teams have lit up the scoreboard through two playoff rounds.
Trousdale County has outscored its first two playoff opponents 70-7, while Watertown had an 82-21 edge against its first two postseason foes. Pearl-Cohn has a combined 70-19 score through two rounds, while Nolensville has put up 80 points to opponents’ 14 through two playoff games.
Ravenwood has served up two goose eggs in two rounds, holding a 70-0 edge in wins over Stewarts Creek and Cane Ridge.
Lipscomb Academy has piled up 86 points in two wins, while CPA has a 70-14 edge over its two vanquished opponents.
With weather likely to be a factor on Friday, will any of these teams hit the 40-point mark again this week? Might be a bit harder this time around.
Catch up on news from around the area:
Nashville area top 10 high school football games for DI quarterfinals, DII semifinals | Tennessean
Tennessee Super 25 high school football rankings after second week of playoffs | Tennessean
TSSAA football state quarterfinals: Blackman at Oakland preview | Daily News Journal
Playoff Football: ‘Battle of the Woods’ to determine state semifinalist, again | Williamson Herald
Football: Coutras, Semptimphelter tabbed Mr. Football finalists | Williamson Herald
VANDERBILT ORTHOPAEDIC GAME OF THE WEEK: Brentwood, Ravenwood meet for ‘Battle’ Round 2 | Williamson Home Page
Brentwood and Ravenwood’s ‘Battle of the Woods’ football rivalry building rich history | Williamson Home page
PICK ‘EM: Russell’s Robertson predictions: Quarterfinal edition | Robertson County Connection