Scott Falls, but will play again.

Scott Falls, but will play again.

Scott High traveled to Pigeon Forge on Friday, October 27 in what appeared to be their last game of the season, win or lose, but that wasn’t the case. The Highlanders fell to Pigeon Forge 28-0, during their last regular- season game, but they have been invited to play in the 6th Annual CAREacter Star Community Service football game held at Grace Christian Academy on Saturday, November 4 at 11 a.m. “It’s going to be an exciting situation,” Scott High coach Keith Shannon said. “Everybody’s going to get a chance to play.” Grainger Smith battled for tough yardage as he led Scott High with 79 yards on seven carries, but the Highlanders struggled to get going against Pigeon Forge. The Highlanders gave up 224 yards on the ground and only managed to record 156 total yards of offense. Tristen Henry finished with 16 yards on seven carries, while Daniel Hembree added 15 yards on carries. “Nobody in Scott County is happy that we are 1-9,” Shannon said. “Everybody wants to make sure that we do everything we can to make sure that we don’t repeat this next year. An added scrimmage and an added week of practice makes a lot of sense.” The Highlanders will face North Green on Saturday. “I’m excited about it,” Scott High’s offensive coordinator Josh Terry said. “It’s almost an early  preseason game.”