By The Numbers

The Week 10 By The Numbers

Eight big win streaks lead the By the Numbers column this week as teams extended their dominance over their Week 9 opponents.

Here’s the full By the Numbers this week.

10: Consecutive wins for Beech over Gallatin, South Greene over Johnson County and Whitwell over Lookout Valley after wins on Friday.

11: Consecutive wins for Greenback over Harriman, Oakland over Riverdale and Fulton over Scott after wins on Friday.

11-10: The series record in the Chuckey Doak-Claiborne rivalry as Chuckey Doak now leads after their 39-20 win on Friday.

12-12: The series record now in the Mitchell-Oakhaven series, after Mitchell’s 41-6 win in week 9.

14: Consecutive wins for Smith County over Jackson County. The last Jackson County win came back in 1995.

13-0: McMinn County’s series record over Walker Valley after winning Friday night.

16: Consecutive wins for Sevier County over Heritage. The last Heritage win was in 1987.

20: Number of teams statewide that are still winless going into Week 10.

24: Number of teams statewide that are still undefeated heading into Week 10.

26: Number of Week 9 games that involved scores that ended with a shutout.

28: Number of total touchdowns scored by Karns junior running back DeSean Bishop.

36: Number of one-loss teams statewide heading into Week 10.

39: Number of one-win teams statewide heading into Week 10.

68-0: Halftime score in Greeneville’s 88-0 win over Sullivan East. The Greene Devils scored 34 points in both the first and second quarters.

100: Career head coaching wins for Fulton coach Rob Black.

214/955: Total number of rushing carries and rushing yards for both White House teammates in quarterback Ranen Blackburn (107 carries for 955 yards) and running back Reece McAfee (107 carries for 955 yards) for the 7-1 Blue Devils.

1980: The last year that Memphis Central started the season 8-0. They finished 9-1.

1985: Last time that Karns beat Oak Ridge before their 42-35 win over Thursday night.

Contact Donovan at dstewart@mainstreetmediatn.com and follow him on Twitter at Examine_Stew

Donovan Stewart is entering his 26th season covering high school football and his 10th year of covering the entire state of Tennessee. He is also the Media Director for the Tennessee Football Coaches Association (TnFCA).

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