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Stone Memorial Sitting Undefeated At 7-0

Stone Memorial remains undefeated, sitting at (7-0). The Panthers Head Coach Mark Wattenbarger said his team must take the season one week at a time and not be over confident.       Stone Memorial tries to remain unbeaten when they travel to Madisonville to take on the (2-4) Sequoyah Chiefs. Kickoff set for 7:00pm. Read More »

Gordonsville Head Coach Ron Marshall Proud Of Team’s Performance

The Gordonsville Tigers have won four straight games, including Friday night’s win over previously unbeaten Middle Tennessee Christian. Gordonsville Head Coach Ron Marshall said his team has been playing very good football in all aspects.     The (4-2) Gordonsville Tigers travel to Monterey to face the (2-5) Wildcats. Kickoff set for 7:00pm. Read More »

Red Boiling Springs Takes On Clinton County Friday

Coming off a 20-8 loss to Jo Byrns Friday night, Red Boiling Springs remains confident looking ahead to their matchup against Clinton County (Ky). Bulldogs Head Coach Michael Brown said his team has played well defensively, but his offense must improve.     (1-5) Red Boiling Springs host (3-4) Clinton County (KY) this Friday night. Kickoff set for 7:00pm. Read More »

DeKalb County Head Coach Looking To Improve Offense

DeKalb County looks to get back on track after losing two straight games. Tigers Head Coach Steve Trapp said that his offense must execute better on the offensive side of the ball.       The (4-3) Tigers hit the road to Grundy County this Friday night to face the (1-5) Yellow Jackets. Kickoff set for 7:00pm. Read More »

Van Buren Volleyball Putout Of District Tournaments In First Round By Lookout Valley

Van Buren loses first three sets in best of five match to Lookout Valley in first round of district tournaments. Set one ended in a 25-9 loss for Van Buren. Van Buren’s top scorer, Lily Fredericks, totaled three points. Junior, Madysen Pettit followed scoring two points. Hannah Sullivan, Gracie Rae Austin, Taylor Robinson and Annaston McBride all scored one point ... Read More »

Cookeville Cavaliers Taking Week Off During Bye Week

The (5-2) Cookeville Cavaliers got back on track last Friday night with a 42-21 win over Coffee County. Ending a two-game losing streak, Cookeville heads into its bye week. Head Coach Jimmy Maynord said his team will take the week off for rest, and then start preparing for their next game against Smyrna.     Smyrna’s defense gives up an ... Read More »

Tigers Upset Middle Tennessee Christian Behind Givens And Defense To Stay Undefeated In District Play

Braxton Givens and the Tigers’ defense were key in their 35-21 victory over visiting Middle Tennessee Christian on September 30th. The Gordonsville Tiger football team improved to 4-0 in district play after their win over the Middle Tennessee Christian Cougars. Running back Braxton Givens once again saw extensive playing time with 38 carries for a total of 184 yards and ... Read More »

Cumberland County Head Coach Believes Team Is Improving

Despite a winless start to the season, the Cumberland County Jets remain confident. Jets Head Coach Ken Johnson said his team has been playing better football lately.       Friday night, (0-5) Cumberland County travels to Hixson to face the (2-3) Hixson Wildcats. Read More »

Pickett County Bobcats Looking For First Win Against Monterey Friday

Pickett County Bobcats prepare for a bigger, stronger Monterey Wildcats team this Friday night. Bobcats Head Coach O.B. Caudle said it is a real weakness for his team when they have to play teams that are as big as the Wildcats are.     (0-5) Pickett County look for their first win against (1-5) Monterey. Kickoff set for 7:00pm. Read More »

Stone Memorial’s Head Coach Wattenbarger Proud Of Team’s Success And Abilities

Stone Memorial remains unbeaten on the season, having won 17 of their last 18 games. Panthers Head Coach Mark Wattenbarger said his team’s success comes from them taking care of the football and their ability to force turnovers on defense.     (6-0) Stone Memorial Panthers look to remain undefeated when they host the (1-4) Chattanooga Central Pounders Friday night. ... Read More »