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TVL season winding down

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By Brownie Rose

With the last week of the regular season on the horizon, the Tennessee Valley League has only one question remaining as to where a set of teams will finish.

The cricket division should remain tied between Kingston and Oak Ridge West. Kingston does have to play at Rockwood this Saturday, but even if Rockwood pulls an upset, Kingston will still play Oak Ridge West for the championship.

The Hopper division looks the same with Kingston making a late season run and finishing second. Kingston could be dropped into a tie with Harriman should they lose at Rockwood and Harriman wins at Oak Ridge East this Saturday. Oak Ridge West leads the division

The real question remains in the cutter division where Kingston and Rockwood cutters are only a game apart. A Rockwood win would pull them into a tie with Kingston. Kingston got a tight16-6 win two weeks ago at home. Oak Ridge West leads this division.

Harriman at Rockwood

The Harriman crickets would get the only Blue Devil win Saturday at Rockwood winning 24-0 over the Rams. The Harriman win puts them in fourth place in the division and they will play Oak Ridge East in the Silver Bowl on Tuesday, Nov. 2. 

Harriman could pull into a third place tie if they beat Oak Ridge East this weekend.

Gerald Hannibal, Alan Huvey and Tahdarius Boyd scored the three touchdowns and three two-point conversions for the Blue Devils in the win.

The Rockwood hoppers got their first win of the year and pulled off a big upset when they beat Harriman 16-14.

Kyle Carr had a huge day for the Rams scoring on runs of 60 and 40 yards. Carr also added both two-point conversions which would give the Rams enough points for the win.

Harriman got two touchdowns from Jaiden Hannibal and a two-point conversion, but it would not be enough keep Rockwood from their first win.

The Rockwood cutters rolled to a 28-0 win over Harriman to stay a game back of Kingston in the standings.  

Dylan Williams scored on runs of  five and 53 yards to lead the Rams. Zander Price added a touchdown run of 15 yards and also a two-point conversion. Hunter Henderson scored the final Rockwood touchdown and Joe Griffin added the two-point run to get the early ending.