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Shoot To Thrill: Maryville

BPR photographers light it up at quarterfinals

Maryville quarterback Dylan Hopkins picks up a block from tight end Blake Watson en route to a Rebel touchdown. Photos by Cindy Nowlin

The photographers that shoot for Blount Press Row deliver some amazing work.

One of the best things about this business is waking the morning after a game to see what they’ve sent.

With football season rapidly winding down, we’d like to take a minute and highlight some of their work from Friday’s playoff quarterfinal games. Cindy was recommended to us through a mutual friend, Maryville College Sports Information Director Eric Etchison. Etch and I are now BFF.

Some of Cindy’s shots from Maryville’s 48-28 quarterfinal win over Blackman.

Hopkins slices through a pair of Blaze tacklers to put six points on the board.

Hopkins slices through a pair of Blaze tacklers to put six points on the board.

Running back Jordan Ervin looks for the signal from the official. Ervin has played through his share of injuries at the high school level. His jukes are still terrifying.

Running back Jordan Ervin looks for the signal from the official. Ervin has played through his share of injuries at the high school level. His jukes are still terrifying.

It's easy for a tight end to be overlooked on a team with as many weapons as Maryville has on offense. Watson can really hurt a defense that forgets he's there.

It’s easy for a tight end to be overlooked on a team with as many weapons as Maryville has on offense. Watson can really hurt a defense that forgets he’s there.

Hopkins celebrates a touchdown run with receiver Christian Markham.

Hopkins celebrates a touchdown run with receiver Christian Markham.

Never too early to get into the holiday spirit.

Never too early to get into the holiday spirit.

Our main man, freshman Seth Orren, recovers a Blackman fumble as Maryville linebacker and Mr. Football finalist T.D. Blackmon shouts his approval.

Our main man, freshman Seth Orren, recovers a Blackman fumble as Maryville linebacker and Mr. Football finalist T.D. Blackmon shouts his approval.

Speechless.

Speechless.

Byron Brown backs out of the throttles after scoring Maryville's final touchdown. The Rebel receiving corps has more depth than any we've ever seen. Ever.

Byron Brown backs out of the throttles after scoring Maryville’s final touchdown. The Rebel receiving corps has more depth than any we’ve ever seen. Ever.

With Friday's win, George Quarles ran his won/loss record to 250-15 at Maryville. That's just crazy.

With Friday’s win, George Quarles ran his won/loss record to 250-15 at Maryville. That’s just crazy.

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