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Watertown High will try to get back on the winning track tonight as the Purple Tigers host Gordonsville High in a Region 4A game. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Robinson Stadium. Live radio coverage can be heard on WUCZ - FM 104.1.

Watertown is back down to Earth after a 54-14 loss last week at the hands of arch-rival Friendship Christian School. The loss left the Purple Tigers 6-1 overall, 4-1 in league play and snapped a six-game winning streak.

Gordonsvilles Tigers come in 5-2 overall after handling Westmoreland 45-14 a week ago. Gordonsville is 4-1 in the region and can take a step closer to the post season with a win tonight.

Mt. Juliet at Cookeville -- Coach Roger Perrys Golden Bears travel to Putnam County tonight to take on Cookeville High at Jelly Watson Stadium. The Bears, ranked No. 5 in Class 6A, improved to 7-0 overall and 5-0 in District 9AAA with another easy win -- a 45-7 decision at Station Camp. Cookeville is 5-2 after an off week.

Mt. Juliets three-headed running attack of Contrez McCathern, Caleb Hopkins and Jalen Graham are all juniors. McCathern has four 100-yard games this year, Hopkins has three and Graham has one.

And if Cookeville had any thoughts of loading up the box, senior quarterback Caleb Chowbay can quickly make them pay, having thrown for 14 touchdowns this season -- including four in the first half of last weeks win over Station Camp.

Theyre real solid in what they do, and theyre well-coached, Cookeville coach Jerry Joslin said. Theyre ranked fifth, theyre 7-0, and theyve beaten quality teams, so weve gotta be ready to play.

MJ Christian at DCA -- Mt. Juliet Christian Academy will be looking at a tall order tonight as the Saints travel down Highway 70 to take on Donelson Christian Academy. The Saints are 2-5 overall after an open week, while the Wildcats sport a record of 5-2 / 1-0 in the Middle Region of TSSAA D-II.

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