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Dawgs at Farragut
No. 8 seed BHS (9-2) versus No. 5 seeded Admirals (9-2)


Bearden head coach Brad Taylor said he didn’t think revenge would be a huge factor after his team’s 42-17 home loss to FHS Oct. 10.

But the Dawgs’ lineup should be stronger in round two. Neither standout linebacker Drew Williamson (tops in solo tackles with 52) nor versatile defensive tackle/offensive guard Greg Hopkins played in the first Farragut game.

Standout Dawgs running back Devrin Young (1,362 yards, 19 TDs) is “getting better,” Taylor said, having dealt with a “hip flexor pull” all season. “We’ve been better at running the ball the last few weeks.


“And Kyle [Riemer, quarterback] has played well, too.” Riemer is 117 of 209 passing for 1,418 yards, 11 TDs and five interceptions. Max Guthe has 24 catches for 256 yards and two TDs.

Taylor said the key is rushing success to keep FHS’s offense off the field.

 

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