Scott High took care of business on the road as they rolled past Union County 52-8.
A lot of players got in on the action for the Highlanders, but it was Austin Chambers who led the way with 210 yards and three touchdowns on 11 catches.
Chambers scored his first touchdown early as Billy Hall tossed him a four-yard pass with 9:47 left to play in the opening quarter to give Scott High a 6-0 lead. Hall proved that he was back and healthy as he completed 12 of 16 passes for 200 yards and three touchdowns.
The next score came on a 27-yard touchdown pass from Hall to Josh Roden to give the Highlanders a 12-0 advantage with 6:31 remaining in the first quarter. Roden caught two passes for 34 yards and two touchdowns.
Hayden Byrge gave the Highlanders a 19-0 lead with a six-yard touchdown run with just over three minutes left in the first quarter. Byrge finished with 65 yards and two touchdowns on seven carries.
The second quarter was much like the first as the Highlanders continued to poor on the points. Eli Hembree got one carry on the night and he made the best of it as he found the endzone to give Scott High a 26-0 cushion with 9:08 left in the first half.
Trey Sellers took over at quarterback and delivered a 23-yard touchdown pass to Chambers with :44 remaining in the first half of play. Sellers completed three of five passes for 104 yards and two touchdowns on the night.
Gatlinburg-Pittman scored its only touchdown of the night on a kickoff return. They added the two-point conversion, but the Highlanders held a 32-8 lead.
The Highlanders will host Kingston Friday on homecoming night in a district rivalry showdown.
"They still have talent, size and strength," Scott High coach Keith Shannon said. "They still wear that K on their helmets and they are still Kingston."