Join us on Facebook!Follow us on Twitter!

General Sports
Macon County Peewee Football & Cheerleading League News PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
@font-face { font-family: "Times New Roman"; }@font-face { font-family: "Calibri"; }p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0in 0in 10pt; line-height: 115%; font-size: 11pt; font-family: Calibri; }table.MsoNormalTable { font-size: 10pt; font-family: "Times New Roman"; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; }

By: David Phillips

This coming Saturday, October 30, we will be playing in the 13th annual Lions Bowl here at Pat Parker Memorial Field.  Beginning at 9:00 AM, the LSU Tigers will be playing the Spartans; at 10:15 Bama will be playing the Tigers; at 11:30 the Titans will be playing the Vols; at 12:45 the Cowboys will be playing the Westmoreland Raiders; at 2:00 the Bulldogs will be playing the Westmoreland Jets; at 3:15 the Steelers will be playing the Westmoreland Eagles and at 4:30 the Blue Raiders will be playing the Westmoreland Titans.

Our regular season came to an end this past Saturday as the flag division played their last games and received their trophies from the league.  Each of our 6 teams seemed to improve over the season and we look forward to having them all come back and play next year also.  We want to thank all of the coaches who volunteered their time to this league and the kids this season and also thanks to all the parents who allowed your child to play this year.

The 1st 6-8 game had the Vols defeating the Tigers in OT 12-6.  For the Vols, Matthew Murphy had 135 yards, 1 TD and 5 tackles; Luke Robinette had 60 yards and 6 tackles; and Trace Holmes and Brandon Jones had 3 tackles each.  For the Tigers, Isaac Belton had the touchdown.

The 2nd 6-8 game had Bama winning over the Titans 24-14.  For Bama, Logan Locker had 105 yards, 1 TD and a 2-pt conversion; Conner Johnson had 90 yards, 1 TD, a 2-pt conversion and 8 tackles; Cameron Houston had 61 yards, 1 TD, a 2-pt conversion and 5 tackles; Jordan Steen had 5 tackles; Tyler Jenkins had a 2-pt conversion and Will Talley had a 2-pt conversion and 3 tackles.  For the Titans, Curtis Oliver had 181 yards, 2 TD’s and 7 tackles; Brian Kirby had 50 yards; Wesley Carver had 25 yards; Logan Williams had 23 yards; Brandon Jenkins had a 2-pt conversion and 3 tackles; and Michael Matthews had 2 tackles.

The 3rd game was a 9-12 game and had the Steelers defeating the Spartans 32-0.  For the Steelers, Jason Sewell had a TD; Tanner Cleary had a TD; Mason Warfield had a TD; Josh Tirjan had a TD and Spencer Tirjan had a TD.  For the Spartans, Jordan Powell had 25 yards and 2 tackles; Christopher Birchfield had 27 yards and 3 tackles; Matthew Trent had 5 tackles; and Dylan Texcahua, Luke Texcahua and Christopher Oliver had 2 tackles each.

The 4th game was a 9-12 game and had the Blue Raiders winning over the Bulldogs 28-6.  For the Blue Raiders, Cayden Shrum  had 148 yards, 2 TD’s a 1-pt conversion and 5 tackles; Bailey Law had 102 yards, 2 TD’s, a 1-pt conversion and 5 tackles; Hunter Dickens had 22 yards and 2 1-pt conversions; Houston Stafford had 6 tackles; and Dylan Glasgow and Brian Swindle had 4 tackles each.  For the Bulldogs, Seth Carlisle had 115 yards, 1 TD and 6 tackles; Riley Phillips had 27 yards and 5 tackles; Shane Whitefield had 7 tackles; Jared Whitefield, Zach Emmitt and Landon Wix had 5 tackles each; and Lee Pruitte and Kelton Ballou had 3 tackles each.

The 5th game was a 9-12 game and had the LSU Tigers defeating the Cowboys 20-8.  For LSU, Braxton Crawford had 122 yards and 4 tackles; Bryson Smith had 44 yards, 2 TD’s and 4 tackles; Tyler Swindle had 12 tackles; Tyler Johns had 7 tackles; James Dorris had 5 tackles; and Aaron Kirby had 4 tackles.  For the Cowboys, Taylor Carman had 56 yards and 4 tackles; Cole Carnahan had 26 yards and 4 tackles; Seth Barber had 26 yards and 2 tackles; Chase Whittemore had 8 tackles; Trent Boles had 6 tackles and Chase Long had 3 tackles.

Everyone in the community needs to come out and support our local teams this coming Saturday as they play against some visiting teams from Westmoreland.  Show your support for our local future stars!

MCHS Volleyball Team Ends Season 6-4 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
The Macon County High School Volleyball team finished their season when they lost to Sycamore in the semi-final match on Tuesday Oct 12th. The team finished 3rd their District with a District record of 6-4. The MCHS Volleyball team also finished with a Regular Season record of 17-10. The team received the District 9AA Sportsmanship Award for the year. Two players from Macon County also received individual awards. Cassidy Baughn received All-District, and Megan Smith received All-Tournament.
Macon County Tigers Defeat Livingston Academy Under Friday Night Lights PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 26, 2010

By: Misty Green

The Macon County High School Tigers traveled to Livingston Academy on Friday, October 22, and returned home with a huge 34-24 victory.

The Tigers drew first blood with a touchdown by Tyler Drown and a successful PAT by Carson Cook.

Leading off the second period, LA scored a 54-yard touchdown, followed by a run from Tiger Zack Shockley. LA was able to complete two more touchdowns before the halftime buzzer sounded, regaining the lead at 21-13.

Macon County scored early in the third quarter with a touchdown and two-point conversion by Zach Shockley. This run knotted the game for the next eight minutes, until Livingston Academy nailed a 36-yard field goal to have a 24-21 advantage.

The Tigers had a new mind-set, determining defeat would not come easy, and they picked up their game on both sides of the ball.

Opening the fourth quarter, Tiger  Dallas Grace ran a quarterback keeper through the middle of the line of scrimmage for a touchdown and a 27-23 lead changeover.

The Blue & White defense was unmovable and eliminated any chance for LA to slip through. With 1:50 left in the contest, Macon County had one last word with their opponent and scored a 17-yard touchdown by Tyler Drown. The PAT by Carson Cook was good, allowing the Tigers to return home with their fourth victory of the 2010 season.

The Tigers have one opponent remaining in the regular season, the Eagles of Westmoreland. This game is scheduled to be played at home on October 29, with kick-off at 7 p.m.

The senior Tiger football players and cheerleader will be honored at 5:30 p.m.
This last game of the regular season will be one that Tiger fans will not want to miss!

RBS Bulldogs Host Friendship Christian PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 26, 2010

By: Misty Green

The score at halftime held Friendship Christian at 41 and Red Boiling Springs scoreless. The domination continued through the last half to show a final score of 62-0.

Red Boiling Springs Stats:
#2 Cody Dickens – 2 rushes for 13 yards.
#23 Isaiah Washington – 2 rushes for 4 yards.
#32 Jeremiah Johnson -  2 rushes for 4 yards.
#16 Ty Tuck -  1 rush for –2 yards.
For the game the Bulldogs had  28 rushes for 72 yards.
1 for 7 in passing with Cody Dickens for 5 yards and an interception, which was returned for 37 yards by #4 Dylan Boyd by the Commanders for a touchdown.

With the win Friendship Christian School improves their record to 7-2 overall, 5-2 in Region 4-A.
With the loss Red Boiling Springs falls to 2-7 overall, 1-7 in Region 4-A.

Red Boiling Springs High School will conclude the 2010 season on the road this Friday night, October 29, at Trousdale County.

Hernandez Competes in Middle School Cross Country State Meet PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 26, 2010

By:  Coach Daniel Tucker

Logan Hernandez earned the right to represent her team at the Knoxville Track Club / State Meet on Saturday, October 16th.  She traveled to Knoxville on Friday, October 22nd, and she competed in the State Meet on Saturday, October 23rd.  In the girls’ varsity race, Logan finished 43rd with a time of 14:24.52.  Her race had 264 participants.

The Middle Tennessee region was very well represented at the meet, with 3 regional runners [Claudia Smith (Central), Jessica Rizor (T.W. Hunter), and Julia Rizor (T.W. Hunter)] finishing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.  Also for the region, we had 5 runners in the top ten and 2 teams in the top 5.

This concludes a successful season for the MCJHS Cross Country team and its runners.  The team looks forward to a return trip to the state meet next year, and they will begin preparations to accomplish this goal next summer.

<< Start < Prev 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 Next > End >>

Page 82 of 89