Part three of Friday Night Football from September 7 can be found here. It includes Whitwell AT Signal Mtn., Grace Baptist at Silverdale, Pepperell at Heritage, our Band of the Week and area scores.
Part two of Friday Night Football from September 7 can be found here. It includes Meigs Co. at Sequatchie Co., Howard at Tyner, Hixson at Soddy-Daisy, Ensworth at Baylor, our Cheerleaders of the Week, Fan Cam and area scores.
Part one of Friday Night Football from September 7 can be found here. It includes our Game of the Week Marion Co. AT South Pittsburg, Ooltewah AT East Hamilton, North Murray AT Ringgold, Notre Dame at Central, our Play of the Week winner and area scores.
Bradley Central Wide Receiver, Tray Curry, is not your average 14-year-old. At 6'4, the sophomore is already raking in Division-I scholarship offers.
The Whitwell Tigers continue to roll through the 2018 season, going on the road taking down Polk County, 49-25. The Tigers opened up a 35-7 lead int he first half and never looked back.
Polk County Head Coach Derrick Davis enlisted the help of his father when he took the job 19 years ago. 19 years later neither would have had it any other way.
After Heritage broke a nine game losing streak to the Tigers in 2017, Ringgold made sure to get them back. The Tigers defeat the Generals, 40-0, in our FNF3 Week 2 Game of the Week.
Ringgold senior Andre Tarver is committed to play baseball at Mississippi after high school. The standout wide receiver isn't ruling out a chance to play football too.
Part 2 includes our "Cheerleaders of the Week," highlights from Ringgold at Dalton, LFO at Heritage, McMinn Co. at McMinn Central, McCallie AT CCS, area scores and the return of "Fan Cam."
Call Thursday night was an appetizer for the main course when Friday Night Football returns on Friday. What an appetizer it was with seven local teams in action.
The Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards will be presented to the top football players in nine classifications of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association on Monday, November 27, 2017, at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. Nine locals were named semifinalists.
Have you ever heard a coach say it's moments not scores that you remember later in life? The Central Purple Pounders had one of those moments last Friday. It's a heartwarming story about how an unselfish act made the night's final score all but irrelevant.
The Red Bank Lions held off a late surge by the Sequatchie Co. Indians in the fourth quarter to secure the 21-13 win in the first round of 3A playoffs Friday night.