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Houston running back has already topped the 2,000-yard mark.
They say repeating is harder than the original. Knoxville Central can believe that, but it still captured its ts second straight Tennessee D1-5A championship with a 30-7 win ver Summit Friday night at Tennessee Tech in Cookeville.
Dakota Fawver was voted Game MVP after throwing for 215 yards and two scores as the Bobcats finished 13-2. Summit finished 12-3.
Knoxville Central scored the first 24 points of the game and never really looked back.
In other D1 results from Friday, Alcoa won the 3A championship with a 27-0 win over Pearl-Cohn, and in 1A, Lake County took care of Greenback 38-23 in 1A action.
In D2 finals on Thursday, McCalle defeated Bellaca 28-7 in 3A, Evangelical Christian recorded a 17-14 2A win over Christ Presbyterian and Davidson Academy scored a 31-21 1A play.
Perhaps the most highly anticipated title game comes Saturday in Division I Class AAA, where Maryville (13-0) will meet Ravenwood (13-1).
Maryville, who will be playing for its 17th state title and 12th since 2000, shutout Oakland 12-0 in the semifinals. Tennessee Volunteers commit Tee Hodge
rushed for 160 yards in the win.
Ravenwood dominated previously unbeaten Houston in the semifinals 42-21. The Raptors will be looking for their third state crown after winning titles in 2005 and 2015.
Read below for a look at the matchups in all nine classifications.
Finalists in Classes 2A, 4A and 6A in Division I will battle it out Saturday.
All BlueCross Bowl state championship contests will be played at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville.
Champions in 2018 include Whitwell (Division I Class 1A), Peabody (Division I Class 2A), Alcoa (Division I Class 3A), Greeneville (Division I Class 4A), Knoxville Central (Division I Class 5A), Oakland (Division I Class 6A), Davidson Academy (Division II Class A), Christ Presbyterian Academy (Division II Class AA) and Brentwood Academy (Division II Class AAA).