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Cookeville Looks To Finish Season Strong

Cookeville comes off a 56-7 loss to the Oakland Patriots this past Friday night. Cavaliers Head Coach Jimmy Maynord said his team made too many mistakes last week, and they must do a better job of taking care of the football this week against Riverdale.     (5-4) Cookeville Cavaliers host (5-4) Riverdale Warriors. Kickoff set for 7:00pm. Read More »

Football Friday Wrap-Up: Dekalb Wins, York Rallies

Dekalb County quarterback Tyler Cantrell passed for 222 yards and one touchdown…ran for another touchdown….Friday night as the Tigers improved to (6-3)….beating Upperman 14-7. The Bees fall to (4-5). Livingston Academy trailed Hixson 28-7 in the fourth quarter. But the Wildcats rallied behind running back Mitchell Ayers. Three touchdowns in the final seven minutes….A failed 2 point conversion with 40 ... Read More »

Gordonsville Visits Winless Pickett County For Another District Battle

Gordonsville Tigers look to further improve district record against the winless Pickett County Bobcats Friday. The Gordonsville Tigers will be heading to Byrdstown Tennessee for yet another district matchup against Pickett County. Gordonsville is coming off a 40-7 loss to Nashville Christian.  The Tigers are looking to have that loss be the only one they suffer in district play. Pickett ... Read More »

Monterey Head Coach Says Team Is Well Rested After Bye Week

Monterey returns to action this Thursday night after being on a bye last week. Wildcats Head Coach Scott Hughes said his team is well rested and his team has healed up after taking last week off.       (2-6) Wildcats host (1-7) Clay County Bulldogs this Thursday night. Kickoff set for 7:00pm. Read More »

Cumberland County Looks For First Win Against Unbeaten Stone Memorial

Cumberland County looks for its first win of the season this Friday night as they host across-town rival Stone Memorial. Jets Head Coach said his team is young, but they must play like their older in order to hand the Panthers their first loss of the season.       (0-8) Jets host (8-0) Panthers. Kickoff set for 7:00pm in ... Read More »

Livingston Looks For Second Straight Win

Livingston Academy got its first win of the season last week. Head Coach Bruce Lamb said his team is starting to mature, and played good football last week. Lamb also said his team must be prepared for the many different looks the Hixson offense will give them.     (1-7) Livingston Wildcats host (5-3) Hixon Wildcats. Kickoff set for 7:00pm. Read More »

Upperman Looks To Bounce Back After First Region Loss

Upperman comes off its first region loss of the season after losing 15-13 last week against Smith County. Bees Head Coach Ben Herron said his team is looking for a win Friday night to be able to put themselves in positon to possibly become region champions.     (4-4) Upperman Bees travel to face (5-3) DeKalb County Tigers this Friday ... Read More »

Gordonsville Head Coach Does Not Want Team To Be Over-Confident

Gordonsville’s five-game winning streak came to an end last Friday night as they lost to Nashville Christian 40-7. Tigers Head Football Coach Ron Marshall said he wants to make sure his team does not get over-confident heading into their mathcup with winless Pickett County.     (5-3) Tigers travel to Byrdstown to face off with (0-8) Bobcats. Kickoff set for ... Read More »

Stone Memorial Looks To Remain Unbeaten

Stone Memorial faces across-town rival Cumberland County Jets this Friday night in Crossville. Panthers Head Coach Mark Wattenbarger said this is a big game because it brings out a lot of football passion from both schools.       Stone Memorial returns to action this Friday night after being off last week because of the bye. Panthers look to remain ... Read More »

Red Boiling Springs Looks For Third Straight Win

Red Boiling Springs got a 38-20 win over Clay County last week. As preparations begin for this week’s game at Trousdale County, Bulldogs Head Coach Michael Brown said his team must score at least a couple of touchdowns or more to come out victorious.       (3-5) Red Boiling Springs Bulldogs hits the road to face (7-1) Trousdale County ... Read More »