SEVIERVILLE, TN (WLAF) – WATCH Campbell’s 48-45 win over Sevier County HERE.

Senior wide receiver Devon Jones laid claim to the single-season Campbell County touchdown reception record on Friday night as he snagged three TD passes. Jones moves ahead of previous record holders Shawn Marcum (2017) and Joseph Elkins (2014) who each had 15 touchdown receptions.

The record for most touchdown passes in a single-game was soley held by All-State Cougar quarterback Ethan Jeffers (2014) with seven. However, Jeffers record has been matched twice this season by sophomore QB Landen Hensley. Hensley tossed seven TD passes Friday night to go along with 487 yards through the air with the yardage being a new one-game record surpassing Jeffers in that category.

The non-region match-up between Campbell and Sevier put Campbell back in the win column with a thrilling 48-45 win. Watch Coach Justin Price’s pre-game interview HERE on demand from WLAF.

Campbell hosts Oak Ridge in a region game on Friday night. It’s Senior Night, and the game kicks off at 7:30pm.

Watch the game televised live over WLAF and the Lindsay’s Carpet & Paint Center video player. Air time is 6:30pm.

The Sevier County Smoky Bears lost at Maryville to Heritage, 16-13, last Friday while the Campbell County Cougars fell at Powell to the defending state champs two weeks ago by a final of 58-36. Campbell is coming off a bye week.

Campbell defeated Heritage on its home field on Aug. 26 by a final of 46-28, and the Mountaineers are the only common opponent. “Heritage was a good team then, and they have really improved as the season has gone along,” said Campbell Head Coach Justin Price.

Sevier has a one point win, a six point win, two seven point wins and a three point loss. The Smoky Bears are average 16 points a game, giving up 13.

For Campbell, the Cougars have a one point win, a four point win and a win in overtime to go along with a three point loss and a single digit loss. What the Cougars score and give up is almost even with Campbell averaging 36 ;points a game allowing 37 ppg.

The Smoky Bears are 6 & 2 while Campbell is 4 & 4 in all games.

Les Martin and Brent Allen send you all the live radio and television coverage beginning at 6:30pm. The action is over AM 1450 and FM 100.9 along with telecasts on WLAF-TV 12,, Roku TV, Twitch TV, Facebook, YouTube, your Smart TV and Amazon Firestick.

Campbell Football on WLAF is made possible by these outstanding corporate sponsors:

Terry’s Pharmacy

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Charley’s Pizza

La Follette Mine Supply

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C & L Metal Sales

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Byrge Screen Printing


Peoples Bank of the South

Valley Roofing

Hensley Tire & Service

Rice Oil – BP

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United Cumberland Bank


McDowell Real Estate

La Follette Medical Center


Hearthside Bank

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The Depot Event Center

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EE Hill Insurance

Jacksboro GNC

Clayton Homes

First National Bank

Gray Insurance Group

Cumberland Gap Medical

C & L Furniture

Doyle’s Tire Shop

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Common Ground Coffee SHop

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Builtwell Bank


Isaac’s 24/7 Gym

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Here is the latest Cougar roster.

2022 Campbell results

Chattanooga Central 35 Cougars 21

Cougars 46 Heritage 28

Cougars 27 Lenoir City 23 (Region Game)

Cougars 34 Morristown East 33

Karns 36 Cougars 33

Kingston 41 Cougars 40

Cougars 54 Clinton 48 (OT)

Powell 58 Cougars 36

Cougars 48 Sevier County 45

(WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/24/2022-6AM)

One Reply to “Records fall in CC’s 48-45 win over Sevier; watch on demand from WLAF”

  1. ethan jeffers was the best qb I ever saw with my eyes and i saw peyton manning playin for tennessee in the 90s

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