Vikings shut out Cougarsfrom staff reports

   BRISTOL -- Tennessee High's stingy defense held Sullivan Central to 124 overall yards -- 39 rushing -- in its 23-0 win at Stone Castle on Friday night.
   Brad Deal found Chris Maith with touchdown passes of 25 and 19 yards -- with the 25 yarder in the second quarter -- giving the Vikes a 10-0 halftime advantage.
   Boodle Clark added a 6 yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter for the final margin of victory. Deal passed for 134 yards.
   Sullivan South 42, Unicoi County 6
   ERWIN -- Russell Tritapoe ran for four touchdowns as the Rebels dominated the Blue Devils at Gentry Stadium. Unicoi County fell to (2-3, 3-5), while South improved to (4-1, 5-3).
   Daniel Boone 34, Sullivan East 20
   BLUFF CITY -- The Trailblazers led 27-0 at the half and held on for their first Big Eight Conference win of the season, as Chris Clear scored on touchdown runs of 5 and 72 yards. East remains winless for the second consecutive season at (0-5, 0-8).
   Clear finished with 117 yards rushing, while fullback Brian Barron added 83 yards and a 5 yard touchdown run.
   Justin Horton led the Patriots with 98 yards rushing.
   Morristown West 20, Greeneville 14
   GREENEVILLE -- The Trojans Jay Walker scored on a 23 yard run with less than three minutes remaining to lift Morristown West to a thrilling 20-14 win at Burley Stadium.
   Thomas Lister scored on a one yard plunge to make it a 7-7 contest at the break, and tight end Ben Cooper caught a 34 yard scoring pass from Cody Baugh in the fourth period to tie the contest at 14-14.
   Brandon Reece scored on a pair of one-yard runs for the Trojans.
   Dobyns-Bennett 50, Knox Karns 15
   KNOXVILLE --The Indians built a 36-0 lead at the intermission and cruised to a huge win to remain unbeaten at 8-0 (5-0 Big East). Quarterback Scott Butler threw four scoring passes and finished with eight-of-13 for 237 yards on the night.
   Jacob McMillan had a 26 yard scoring run in the Tribe romp as Karns remained winless at (0-5, 0-8).
   Morristown East 34, Volunteer 28
   MORRISTOWN -- A late comeback attempt by the Volunteer Falcons fell short, leaving them still winless in the Inter-Mountain Conference at 0-4.
   The Hurricanes built an early lead that ballooned at 28-7 before the Falcons rallied. Quarterback Dustin Fugate threw scoring passes of 43 and 63 yards to Joe Simpson, but it was a 25-yard interception that East's Anthony Span returned for a score that pushed the Canes to victory.
   Science Hill 49, Campbell County 26
   JACKSBORO -- 'Topper quarterback Kye Hamilton had touchdown passes to three different receivers in Science Hill's win.
   Bryson Bowling, JaKeith Hairston and Brett Wilhoit each hauled in scoring tosses as the 'Toppers built a 28-6 halftime advantage that extended to a 42-6 lead by the start of the final stanza.
   Science Hill improved to 4-1, 6-2, while Campbell County fell to 1-4, 1-7.
   Sullivan North 44, Pigeon Forge 6
   KINGSPORT -- Fullback Matt Schaffer broke loose for 189 yards rushing and a touchdown as the Golden Raiders crushed Appalachian Athletic Conference rival Pigeon Forge.
   The Raiders improved to (3-1, 6-2) while the Tigers now stand (0-4, 2-6) on the season.
   QB Kevin Arnold passed for 130 yards and a pair of scores, while adding a rushing touchdown to the mix. Lance Carter caught scoring aerials of 35 and 26 yards.
   South Greene 38, Chuckey-Doak 0
   AFTON -- Senior fullback Neal Ricker rushed for 101 yards and added a pair of two-point conversion runs, and caught a touchdown pass from quarterback Adam Hansel as the Rebels dominated the Black Knights at the 'Black Hole.'
   Adan Blevins chalked up 72 of Chuckey-Doak's 193 yards of total offense as the Knight's fell to (1-2, 3-5).
   Leading 14-0 at the break, South Greene scored three more times in the second half to win going away and improve to (3-0, 7-1).
   Hansel hit tight end Wes Parkins on a 52 yard scoring pass in the third period as the Rebels pulled away. Hansel finished with 109 yards rushing and three scoring passes.