Evarts vs. Jenkins

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  • Evarts

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  • Jenkins

    5 14.71%
  1. #16

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    Will Evarts run the table? They have a lot of confidence going for them right now and that goes a long way. I would like for it to come down between Evarts and Cumberland for the district title but I do know that there is a very good team in Perry County that is waiting on both of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by outlawcoach
    Evarts has the best QB that they have had in at least thirty years! This kid can play! He can throw and he is mobile! this kid is the real deal!!! What do you think HDE??

    I'd say that is correct. I can go back about 30 years and can't think of one better.

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    The young man from Jenkins who was suppose to move back to Tenn looks like a real player. Hopefully he can lead his team to the win in this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outlawcoach
    Evarts has the best QB that they have had in at least thirty years! This kid can play! He can throw and he is mobile! this kid is the real deal!!! What do you think HDE??
    If my memory serves me right didn't they have a pretty darn good QB back in the early 90's? I believe his name was T. Browning. I know for a fact their current QB can play, I personally saw him torch a few teams last year. Keep up the good work EHS--their coach is class act.

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    Timmy was a very good quarterback on a great team, but when you have Scott Russell around it's hard to put up huge numbers. He was also a very good basketball player.

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    (EHS-old school's wife)...

    Just wanted to say that the EHS wildcats are giving all credit of their success so far to the LORD JESUS CHRIST, these boys are really setting a great example!! We are very proud of them for this.... Keep up the Great Work!

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    Wow! District 7 upside down again! Jenkins over Evarts? You just never know in this district!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoldcoach
    If my memory serves me right didn't they have a pretty darn good QB back in the early 90's? I believe his name was T. Browning. I know for a fact their current QB can play, I personally saw him torch a few teams last year. Keep up the good work EHS--their coach is class act.
    You are right. Tim is now the head coach at Gallatin County. Tim threw a pretty ball and was very smart....ran the team well. But, at 6'5" and about 170, he wasnt as mobile as the boy Evarts has now. If you didnt get to, you should seen Tim should the "3" in a gym.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HDE
    Timmy was a very good quarterback on a great team, but when you have Scott Russell around it's hard to put up huge numbers. He was also a very good basketball player.
    Tim didnt graduate with Russell. He had one more year. I think if you look it up, Tim was 7 of 8 for 187 yards and 2 scores in the opening game of his senior year. The years before with Russell, Kirby, Doug Martin, Terry Snelling, and Joey Hubbs(Im sure I left some out) in the backfield, Evarts may not have thrown it 8 times in a season. Of course, they didnt need to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoldcoach
    If my memory serves me right didn't they have a pretty darn good QB back in the early 90's? I believe his name was T. Browning. I know for a fact their current QB can play, I personally saw him torch a few teams last year. Keep up the good work EHS--their coach is class act.
    And you are correct about their coach....hes a fine man. Coach Canady was an undersized offensive guard on the Browning/Russell teams. Ovie was a very smart player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outlawcoach
    Tim didnt graduate with Russell. He had one more year. I think if you look it up, Tim was 7 of 8 for 187 yards and 2 scores in the opening game of his senior year. The years before with Russell, Kirby, Doug Martin, Terry Snelling, and Joey Hubbs(Im sure I left some out) in the backfield, Evarts may not have thrown it 8 times in a season. Of course, they didnt need to!

    I don't doubt you there, but that affected his career numbers. He only had two years of varsity competition and one year was all Russell and Kirby.

    Those Evarts teams were a lot of fun to watch, even without the aerial show people enjoy so much now.

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