The district schedule and Week 2 of high school football kicked off on Thursday night and play continued on Friday.
The marquee game featured the Rebels, Maryville and West.
West gave Maryville a fight but the boys from Blount County extended their win streak to 32 games with a 47-33 win.
Shawn Prevo provided the big play with a 95-yard kick return for a touchdown.
Alcoa rebounded from its nationally televised loss to Maryville with a 31-0 rout of Loudon.
Sevier County and Jefferson County squared off in their first IMAC games of the year.
Reigning Offensive Player of the Week Luke Manning struggled early, throwing two interceptions in the first half, but recovered to lead the Smoky Bears to a 23-22 comeback win.
Karns rebounded from losses in its first two games to beat Clinton 45-24.
Oliver Springs scored early and often while racking up 58 points in the first half of a 62-6 homecoming win over Oakdale.
Despite missing star receiver Josh Smith due to injury, CAK managed to extend its winning streak to nine games with a 46-34 victory over Stone Memorial.
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Week 2 wraps up on Saturday night with three games. Fulton opens its new stadium against Austin-East. Catholic tries to prove it's a contender against Farragut, and Gibbs hosts district foe Pigeon Forge.