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Blaze Continue Dominance of Riverdale with 48-21 Win
Blackman won their 4th consecutive game over cross-town rival Riverdale 48-21.

Blaze Improve to 10-1 with Round 1 Win Over Cane Ridge
Blackman won their opening game of the 2014 playoff 49-14 over visting Cane Ridge

Blaze Fall in Season Finale to National Power Hoover
Blackman lost for the first time this season 35-20 to Hoover, AL.

Blaze Complete Perfect 7AAA Season
Blackman completed its perfect run through District 7-AAA, but it wasnít easy. The Blaze (9-0, 6-0) win was sparked by two 99 yard kick-off returns by Ronnie Killings. The Blaze were led on the ground again by senior tail-back Charlie Davidson. Davidson had 133 yards on 18 carries and 2 TDs. The Blaze look to carry their success to Alabama next week as they take on national power Hoover.

Blaze Stay Perfect Beat Smyrna 42-10
Blackman lost its leading rusher Friday night against District 7-AAA rival Smyrna, but the second-ranked Blaze showed off its passing attack in its win, led by Tennessee commitment QB Jauan Jennings. Jennings finished 9-of-10 passing for 239 yards with four touchdowns. Jennings threw three of his four touchdown passes to Ronnie Killings, who had TD grabs of 82, 7 and 20. Killings finished the game with four catches for 124 yards. Lorel Morton had the other receiving TD, a 65-yard catch and run. The Blaze were led on the ground by Charlie Davidson despite being injured early. Before Davidson's injury, in the first quarter, he had already rushed 6 times for 107 yards. He scored on a 65-yard TD run on the first play of the game. He now has 1,059 yards for the season. Sophomore Taeler Dowdy had 58 yards on 10 carries in place of Davidson. Senior backup Chris Anderson and corner back Jaylen Miller did not dress out after missing both practices during fall break. Blackman (8-0 overall, 5-0 in 7-AAA) finished with 456 total yards, including 217 rushing yards on 29 carries. The Blaze guaranteed themselves at least a share of the District 7-AAA championship, they have the tiebreaker over fourth-ranked Oakland (7-1, 3-1) and Riverdale (7-1, 3-1) for first place. The Blaze can complete its first undefeated 7-AAA season next week with a win against Siegel. 

Blaze Win on Road at LaVergne 42-17
Blackman won 42-17 over La Vergne after reeling off a 28-3 run in the second half. Second-ranked Blackman (7-0, 4-0 7-AAA) was led in receiving by  Jaylen Miller who caught 4 balls for 58 yards and a 11-yard touchdown. Charlie Davidson lead the team on the ground with 22 carries for 137 yards in the rain and mud. Jauan Jennings had a hand in Blackmanís last four scores with the a touchdown pass and scoring runs of 22, 1, and 28.

Jennings Leads 4th Quarter Comeback, Blaze Win 43-42
The Blaze rallied from 28 points down in the 4th quarter to beat Independence on the road 43-42. Senior, Jauan Jennings made plays and extended the Blaze win streak to 6 games. Jennings was 25-of-39 for 369 yards through the air with another 105 yards on ground.

Blowout Stewarts Creek 49-14
The Blaze, looking sloppy at times, kept themselves 5-0 on the season with big plays. Quarterback Jauan Jennings and running back Charlie Davidson made big plays to lead the undefeated Blaze to a 49-14 victory over host Stewarts Creek on Friday night. Jennings completed 9 of 14 passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another score. Davidson rushed for 152 yards and three touchdowns. The Red Hawks came out and scored on the first drive of the game, but the Blaze then scored 49 unanswered. Ronnie Killings led all receivers with 124 yards on 3 catches, while Andre Talley sparked the defense with an interception.

Roll to 49-21 Win Over Mt. Juliet
Second-ranked Blackman played up to its high ranking Friday night. Blackman jumped out to a comfortable lead and cruised to a 49-21 rout of Mt. Juliet at The Inferno in a non-district contest of unbeaten Mid-state teams.

JV Roll, Freshman Stumble
The Blaze JV team (3-0) put on an offensive show against Riverdale on Monday. Later Monday night the freshman Blaze (2-1) took their first loss of the year, as they couldn't hold off the visitors 46-44. Both teams look to get back to basics in practice as they prepare to travel to Oakland next week.

Blaze Continue Winning Ways

The Blackman Blaze Football team put on a show at the 2014 Backyard Brawl beating host Riverdale 49-16. The second-ranked Blackman Blaze Football team handed ninth-ranked Riverdale its first loss of the season. The Blaze finished with 535 yards of total offense.  Riverdale (2-1, 1-1 7-AAA) was giving up 3.5 points and 256 yards a game before the game with Blackman. Blackman jumped out to a quick 21-0 first-quarter lead with three scores in a span of 1:15: A 64 yard TD pass from Jauan Jennings to Brandon Somerville, a 73 yard TD scamper by Charlie Davidson, and a 59 yard punt return by Ronnie Killings. By halftime, the Blaze (3-0, 2-0) had 382 yards of total offense. The Blaze defense gave up 303 yards total yards of offense in the game with 184 coming through the air. Jauan Jennings finished 8-of-17 passing for 183 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. He also had 84 yards on 11 carries with two touchdowns. Charlie Davidson had 178 yards on the ground and a pair of touchdowns. Blackman finished with 352 rushing yards on 38 carries.

Freshman Blaze
Dominate Brentwood
The Blackman Freshman team put on another show as they traveled to Brentwood on Labor day and won 37-10.

Stay Hot Against Brentwood
The Blackman Blaze Football team fired on all cylinders Friday as the beat the visiting Bruins 42-21.
Big plays played a big part in the win. Blackman (2-0) posted eight plays of 20-plus yards on their way to a 42-21 victory over visiting Brentwood (0-2). Six of those big plays came in a 35-point first half. Charlie Davidson, who led the Blaze in rushing, had three first-half touchdowns, including a 57-yard score on a fake punt. Ronnie Killings was a big contributor to the big play offense. He had back-to-back catches of 28 and 26 yards early in the second to set up Taeler Dowdy's 8-yard score, and later in the second quarter, went 84 yards down his own sideline to set up Davidson's third TD run.. In the first half, Blackman's defense held the Bruins to just 22 plays over five drives that netted just three first downs, an 0-for-5 effort on third down. It was not until 11 minutes remained in the game that Brentwood converted a third down. Dowdy had another big play with his second TD, a 58-yard run late in the third and freshman Master Teague finished the night of big plays with a 32-yard run late in the fourth.

Freshman Look Impressive in Debut
The Blackman Blaze Freshman Football team put on a dominating performance as the beat a very good Siegel team 39-14.

Heat Up As They Beat Oakland
The Blackman Blaze Football team beat #1 Oakland 28/21 at the Inferno yesterday with a national audience watching on ESPN2.

Blaze Control Jamboree Tune-Up

The Blackman Blaze Football team has finished their 2014 preseason with a live half of football against Stewarts Creek. The Blaze got off to a great start and scored on 5 of their 6 offensive possessions beating the Creek 33-7. The Blaze finished the scrimmage with 238 yards - 145 rushing and 93 passing. The Blaze started off the scrimmage with a 70 yard drive, with Quen Hardy pulling in a Jauan Jennings pass for the TD. The drives big play was a 57 yard catch by Lorel Morton. Jauan Jennings finished his playing time off going 6 of 8 for 93 yards. The Blaze continued the next drive moving the ball 47 yards on 4 plays capped off by a 24 yard TD run by Charlie Davidson. The Blaze scored 2 more times on the ground; Taeler Dowdy scampered 30 yards for a score, while Chris Anderson exploded from 50 for this TD. The Blaze Defense settled down after the initial drive for the Red Hawks. The Blaze gave up 88 total yards in the scrimmage with 70 coming on that initial drive. The Blaze defense scored with a safety and kicker Thomas Burks added a FG for the Blaze. The Blaze want to continue to get better this week as they meet up with Oakland on ESPN2 for the official start to the 2014 season.

Blaze Finish Spring Practice; Look Forward To Summer

The Blackman Blaze Football team has finished their 2014 spring practice in dominating fashion. The Blaze played well in their first scrimmage of the season against 2013 playoff foe Ravenwood. The Blaze controlled that scrimmage 7 TDs to 1. The Blaze then traveled up highway 840 to take on another good opponent in Wilson Central. The Blaze performed very well on both sides of the ball in this scrimmage. The Blaze won that scrimmage 6 TDs to 2. The Blaze look forward to a great summer and even better fall. Championships are won in the off-season. #BeGreat #GoldBall











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