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29 players highlight this week’s Stat Stuffers as 13 quarterbacks had huge games in Week 4.

In a 76-49 loss to Water Valley (MS), Northpoint Christian quarterback Jack Patterson passed for 538 yards and six touchdowns.

Another big performance came from Page QB Jake McNamara, who threw for 434 yards and five touchdowns in a 38-17 win over Coffee County.

Here’s the full list of Week 4 Stat Stuffers:

C.J. Allen, RB, Campbell County: Rushed for 302 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 36-28 win over Morristown East.

Caden Buckles, QB, Alcoa: Passed for 308 yards and two touchdowns while also running for two touchdowns in a 30-27 loss to Maryville.

Matthew Clemmer, QB, William Blount: Passed for 302 yards and five touchdowns in a 38-19 win over Heritage.

Eli Denton, LB, Walker Valley: Registered 25 tackles in a 42-14 win over Carter.

Jamarion Dowell, RB, Covington: Rushed for 202 yards and scored three times in a 58-22 win over Brighton.

Christian Gilliland, WR, Northpoint Christian: Caught three passes for 210 yards and scored three times in a 76-49 loss to Water Valley (MS).

Luke Grooms, QB, Community: The junior quarterback passed for 384 yards and six touchdowns in a 46-0 shutout of Perry County.

Keaton Harig, QB, Loudon: Accounted for 348 total yards (298 passing, 60 rushing) and six passing touchdowns in a 43-22 win over Gatlinburg-Pittman.

Brandon Hayward, WR, Oak Ridge: Caught 12 passes for 182 yards and scored twice in a 35-30 loss to Farragut.

Desi Hemphill, RB, Freedom Prep: Ran for 222 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 60-0 win over Westwood.

Harmon Keith, QB, Bledsoe County: Passed for 282 yards and two touchdowns in a 49-21 win over Sweetwater.

Issac Knowles, WR, DeKalb County: Caught 16 passes for 196 yards and scored once in a 38-20 loss to Watertown.

Brax Lamberth, RB, Green Hill: Ran for 193 yards and scored two touchdowns in a 28-14 win over Columbia.

Ryan Lay, QB, Walker Valley: Passed for 300 yards and four touchdowns while also running for another score in a 42-14 win over Carter.

Troy Martin, RB, Collierville: Rushed for 194 yards and scored once in a 47-6 win over Center Hill (MS).

Reece McAfee, RB, White House: Ran for 207 yards and scored twice in a 55-40 win over Portland.

Jake McNamara, QB, Page: Passed for 434 yards and five touchdowns in a 38-17 win over Coffee County.

Xander Moon, QB, West Carroll: Rushed for 257 yards and scored five times in a 57-14 win over South Fulton.

Luke Myers, QB, South Greene: Accounted for 438 total yards (395 passing, 43 rushing) and six total touchdowns (three passing, three rushing) in a 48-7 win over West Greene.

Jack Patterson, QB, Northpoint Christian: Passed for 538 yards and six touchdowns in a 76-49 loss to Water Valley, MS.

Ryan Perkins, RB, Cannon County: Ran for 421 yards and scored two touchdowns in a 42-16 win over Webb School.

Caden Porter, RB, Loretto: Rushed for 205 yards and scored five touchdowns in a 41-14 win over Wayne County.

Jordyn Potts, QB, Powell: Accumulated for 492 total yards (430 passing, 62 rushing) and six touchdowns (four passing, two rushing) in a 42-14 win over Science Hill.

Luther Richesson, QB, Lipscomb Academy: Passed for 265 yards and eight touchdowns in a 64-28 win over Pulaski Academy.

Junior Sherrill, WR, Lipscomb Academy: Caught nine passes for 171 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 64-28 win over Pulaski Academy.

Destin Wade, QB, Summit: Accumulated 374 total yards (260 rushing, 114 passing) and five total touchdowns in a 55-20 win over Blackman.

Gabe Walker, RB, Stewarts Creek: Rushed for 219 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 30-20 win over Franklin.

Eli Wilson, RB, MTCS: Ran for 207 yards and scored four touchdowns and intercepted two passes and returned one for a touchdown in a 56-27 win over Mt. Juliet Christian.

Jackson Wilson, RB, Bradley Central: Ran for 231 yards and scored twice in a 44-28 win over McMinn County.

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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