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Warren Co. HS Lineman Commits To Tennessee

Warren County Pioneer offensive tackle K’rojhn Calbert announced Wednesday he will attend and play football at the University of Tennessee. The announcement came during a special ceremony in the WCHS gym in front of family members, teammates, coaches, classmates and media. Calbert received the offer from Tennessee just recently and he chose the Vols over several other schools, including Florida, ... Read More »

Gordonsville Tigers End Season Against Wayne County

Gordonsville’s season ended Friday night with a 25-3 road loss at Wayne County. The Tigers held a 3-0 lead into the second quarter. Wayne County scored to take a 6-3 lead at halftime. In the second half, Wayne County found the endzone three times. Head Coach Ron Marshall said he really liked his team’s resolve throughout the season.   Read More »

New Divisions Announced For Upper Cumberland Schools

Upper Cumberland schools will see their region rivals change as the TSSAA announced its realignment plan for 2017-2021. Tennessee High school sports will again feature six divisions in football and three in most other sports. In football, five Upper Cumberland schools will make up region four in 1-A. Clay County, Gordonsville, Monterey, Pickett County and Red Boiling Springs will battle ... Read More »

Gordonsville Visits Undefeated Wayne County In Second Round Of Playoffs

Gordonsville faces second playoff test as they visit the undefeated Wayne County Wildcats this Friday for second-round playoff action. The Gordonsville Tigers are coming off a nine-point win over Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central, and will look to keep the hot streak going through the second round. Their opponents, the undefeated Wayne County Wildcats, are coming off a decisive 45-7 win over ... Read More »

Gordonsville Tigers Advance To Second-Round Of Playoffs With 41-32 Win Over Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central

The Gordonsville Tigers defeated visiting Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central 41-32 Friday night to advance to the second round of playoffs. The Tigers secured the first-round win firing on all cylinders, never trailing throughout the game. The defense secured two interceptions, one from senior Koby Watts and another from senior Tyler Peyatt. The defense also held HR-CH to only 24 yards passing. ... Read More »

Football Friday Wrap-Up: Gordonsville Rises, Stone Memorial Falls

Gordonsville got 184 yards rushing from Braxton Givens Friday night….and 3 touchdowns as Gordonsville beat Hollow Rock Bruceton 41-32. The Tigers stand 8-3…with a trip to Wayne County next Friday. Jackson County got up eight on Meigs County in the first half Friday night. But Meigs County would score the next 43 points….ending the Blue Devils season with a 49-14 ... Read More »

Monterey’s Norrod A Mr. Football Finalist

Monterey High School Lineman Spencer Norrod has been named a Mr. Football Semi-Finalist in the state of Tennessee. A committee of statewide sports writers selected 68 semi-finalists across the state based on performance in the 2016 regular season. Academics and character were also taken into consideration. High school head coaches and members of the media nominated the finalists. Norrod was ... Read More »

Red Boiling Springs Finish Season At (3-7)

Red Boiling Springs ended the season last Friday night with a 43-0 loss to Gordonsville. Bulldogs Head Coach Michael Brown said this season has been successful in terms of his players getting experience and valuable playing time.     Red Boiling Springs Bulldogs end the season at (3-7). Read More »

Livingston Academy Won Two Out Of Last Three To Finish Season

Livingston Academy finished the season with a 45-19 win over Sequoyah this past Friday night. The Wildcats won two out of their last three games to close out the season. Livingston Academy Head Coach Bruce Lamb said for his team to finish the season with a win will carry over a lot of momentum into the offseason.   Wildcats finished ... Read More »

Monterey Wildcats Finish Season At (3-7)

Monterey ended the season with a 14-8 loss to Jo Byrns this past Friday night. Wildcats Head Coach said he is proud of the fight and competitiveness that he seen from his team all year long.       Monterey Wildcats finish the season with an overall record of 3-7. Read More »