Watertown Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 7 - 0
  • Conference Record: 3 - 0

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Watertown vs Westmoreland

WATERTOWN — The Purple Tigers made it to a 13th game Friday night, and luck was not a factor. Watertown scored touchdowns on its first three possessions and let its defense do the rest, rolling to a 40-6 victory over visiting Westmoreland at Robinson Stadium. Watertown (12-0) clinched a spot in the state quarterfinals for

Watertown vs Bledsoe County

WATERTOWN — Every year No. 4 seeds upset No. 1s, even some 10-0 teams, in the first round of the playoffs. But Watertown made sure the Purple Tigers followed the standard script in a 57-15 bludgeoning of Bledsoe County on Friday night at Robinson Stadium. Heath Price caught four passes for 156 yards, with three

Watertown vs Bledsoe County

At 10-0, the Purple Tigers are a heavy favorite to get win No. 11 against a 3-7 Warriors team which won two of its last three games to get here. But 10-0 teams get upset in the first round of the playoffs every season. “There’s a lot at stake each week,” Watertown coach Gavin Webster

East vs West Classic

Two Wilson County football standouts, Watertown High’s Heath Price and Lebanon’s Zion Logue, have been invited to participate in the annual Toyota East vs. West All-Star Classic. The all-star game, which features players from all across the state of Tennessee, is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 7 at Austin Peay State University’s Fortera Stadium. The game will be broadcast live

Watertown High Athletes of the Week

Watertown High football players Bryce Webster and Deramus Carey were recently honored as players of the week. In the game vs Smith County, Bryce, at quarterback, completed 13 of 16 passes and 4 touchdowns as WHS won 57-21 bringing their record to 9-0. Deramus, at running back, had 12 carries for 187 yards and 3

Purple Tigers Host Jackson County

The Purple Tiger Football team will look to continue their winning ways and remain undefeated Friday night at 7pm, as they play host to the Jackson County Blue Devils.

Watertown vs Westmoreland

The Purple Tigers are 6-0 for the season and 2-0 in Region 4-2A as they seek their first league championship since 1985 and first undefeated season since ’76. But that has taken a bit of a backseat as the players mourn the loss of their teammate. Dotson, a senior who had been a running back

Watertown vs Forrest

This was the matchup of the year when these teams shared a region. Forrest won both years and ended up winning the league while Watertown finished second. By the time the Purple Tigers put one in their win column last season, they were in separate regions. Watertown is 5-0 and that makes this game big,