Blackman (TN) 42, Smyrna (TN) 0: Charlie Davidson filled in as Blackman’s starting running back and had a career game with 148 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The teams went scoreless in the opening quarter before the Blaze erupted for a 28-point second quarter, including 21 points in the final two minutes of the first half. Quarterback Jauan Jennings found Quen Hardy for a 77-yard touchdown in the third quarter and backup quarterback Jamie Kent capped the scoring with a 47-yard touchdown. Blackman’s defense stifled Smyrna, holding the Bulldogs to just 99 total yards of offense.
Camden County (GA) 22, Colquitt County (GA) 15: Antonio Wimbush started the scoring for host Camden County with a 15-yard rushing touchdown. Tyler Rauls added another with a 1-yard rushing touchdown later in the first quarter. Demetri Saulsberry recovered a fumble for a 33-yard touchdown before the half. Colquitt lost three fumbles and threw one interception in the loss.
Hoover (AL) 41, Huntsville (AL) 7: Bradrick Shaw carried the ball 16 times for 122 yards and a touchdown to help lead the host Bucs in the first round of the playoff. Hoover will host Shades Valley in the second round of the playoffs. Kyler Jackson added two rushing touchdowns in the winning effort.
Deerfield Beach (FL) 22, St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) 7: Michael Greene had a 43-yard interception return for a touchdown to seal the Deerfield Beach win and complete a perfect regular season. Deerfield took the lead after Aquinas quarterback Madre London was sacked in the end zone for a safety.
Northwestern (SC) 66, Rock Hill (SC) 19: Jaquavious Mackey returned a pair of kickoffs for touchdowns as top-ranked Northwestern finished its regular season with a perfect 11-0 record. Northwestern quarterback Mason Rudolph threw five touchdown passes and rushed for more than 100 yards.
Oxford (Miss.) 45, Lake Cormorant (Miss.) 17: Oxford jumped to a 31-0 lead at the half with a pair of touchdown passes from Jack Abraham to Tommy Knight and touchdown runs from Ethan Holmes and Kenzie Phillips. Jack Abraham added a 17-yard field goal and Phillips added his second rushing touchdowns in the third quarter. K.T. McCollin added the Chargers’ final score with a defensive touchdown.