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The Week 8 Stat Stuffers

Two 400-yard passers in sophomore Jack Patterson and Alabama commitment Ty Simpson lead this week’s Stat Stuffers.

Here’s the full list:

Seth Birchfield, RB, Cloudland: Rushed for 227 yards and scored two touchdowns in a 28-0 shutout win over Unicoi County.

DeSean Bishop, RB, Karns: Rushed for 301 yards and scored twice in a 35-14 loss to Knoxville Halls.

JaMarion Thomas Bonds, WR, Mt. Juliet Christian: Accumulated 313 total yards (168 rushing and seven catches for 145 yards) and scored five total touchdowns in a 74-67 loss to Sale Creek.

Jamarious Brooks, RB, Memphis Central: Gained 163 yards and scored four total touchdowns in a 45-6 win over Memphis Overton.

Tristian Carter, LB, Mt. Juliet Christian: Made 11.5 tackles, including two sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss in a 74-67 loss to Sale Creek.

Brett Cortez, QB, Lenoir City: The sophomore passed for 304 yards and three touchdowns in a 46-27 loss to Clinton.

Malachi Dowell, RB, White County: Ran for 203 yards and scored two touchdowns in a 52-21 loss to Hillsboro.

JD Dunn, RB, CAK: Rushed for 235 yards and scored five total touchdowns (four rushing, one receiving) in a 42-19 win over Knoxville Grace.

Shawn Gary, RB, South Doyle: Gained 183 yards and scored two touchdowns in a 35-23 loss to Knoxville Central.

Traveon Gentry, RB, Hillsboro: Ran for 181 yards in a 52-21 win over White County.

Mason Gudger, RB, Greeneville: Ran for 194 yards in a 35-9 win over Oak Ridge.

Patrick Hill, RB, Beech: Rushed for 215 yards and scored twice in a 31-17 win over Springfield.

Kody Jones, ATH, Germantown: Rushed for 168 yards and scored twice on just five carries (33.6-yard average) in a 56-0 win over Arlington.

Ethan Ledford, RB, Morristown East: Gained 332 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 42-7 win over Cocke County.

Kenji Lewis, QB, Memphis East: Accounted for 424 yards of total offense (221 rushing, 167 passing, 36 receiving) and six total touchdowns (four rushing, two passing) in a 46-8 win over Douglass.

Jake McNamara, QB, Page: Passed for 330 yards and four touchdowns in a 40-22 win over Nolensville.

Luke Myers, LB, CAK: Registered 17 total tackles and had a pass breakup in a 42-19 win over Knoxville Grace.

Chris Parson, QB, Ravenwood: The Florida State commitment accounted for 420 total yards (304 passing, 116 rushing) and six touchdowns (three rushing, three passing) in a 52-17 win over Centennial.

Jack Patterson, QB, Northpoint Christian: The sophomore threw for 401 yards on 14 of 15 passing and four touchdowns in a 63-18 win over St. Benedict.

Camden Penny, QB, Sale Creek: Accounted for 414 total yards (327 passing, 93 rushing) and five touchdowns in a 74-67 shootout win over Mt. Juliet Christian.

Ryan Perkins, RB, Cannon County: Gained 184 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 54-6 win over Tennessee Heat.

Luther Richesson, QB, Lipscomb Academy: Passed for 314 yards and five touchdowns in a 44-0 win over Knoxville Catholic.

Ty Simpson, QB, Westview: The Alabama commitment passed for 410 yards and four touchdowns and scored two more rushing touchdowns in a 49-30 win over Huntingdon.

Kase Tucker, RB, Loretto: Gained 187 yards and scored all three Loretto touchdowns in a 21-13 win over Moore County.

Destin Wade, QB, Summit: The Kentucky commitment accumulated 322 total yards (183 passing, 139 rushing) and six total touchdowns (four rushing, two passing) in a 48-28 win over Independence.

Auvic White, RB, Munford: Rushed for 181 yards and scored two touchdowns while adding a two-point conversion run in a 44-14 win over Southwind.

Austin Whitson, RB, Wayne County: Ran for 171 yards and scored twice in a 16-0 shutout win over Huntland.

Tommy Wills, RB, McEwen: Gained 176 yards and scored one touchdown in a 33-8 loss to Dresden.

Jackson Wilson, RB, Bradley Central: The junior rushed for 177 yards and scored twice in a 35-6 win over Ooltewah.

Cade Wood, RB, Huntingdon: Ran for 209 yards and had four sacks on defense in a 49-30 loss to Westview.

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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