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  2. orngnblk


    Well we had the courtesy to play them on their field in 1987.Only team that i know of that actual played them in the prison.It was something else for sure!They were on our schedule thru 1989.They were all home games after the 87 game tho.
  3. LadyCavsFan

    6AAA 2018-19

    I don’t think it is confusing. Its just very close teams at the top. I don’t know what the tie breakers are but I think it is usually head to head and then overall record. White County is definitely a better matchup for us. The size of Stone will be a challenge but we should be able to neutralize that size with fast play. IF we win at Stone on Tuesday, I think we can win the district outright. I have said it before, I think it will come down to who can win on the road. Either way it won’t take long to find out. We have @Stone, Rhea, and @White County in the next 3 games.
  4. TheAmbassador

    Waverly Coaching Vacancy

    You are correct. McConnell left Waverly and went to go coach Martin Westview and their young stud QB. He knows how to chase the talent. Pretty smart move though.
  5. IMDog

    Region 1A

    Oh I agree he is not a bad guys by any means,just think he took the job, because no one else would,I think he's a good assistant,but who else would take the job now ,just asking
  6. IMDog

    Lady Landers

    Yeah, there's some drama,that's one reason I said it's probably time for a change of leadership,I don't know ,the lady Landers are a very good team so they're probably at least 20 points better,it's kinda like the Cloudland boys and Hampton girls are like mirror images of each other right now.i watch way more jr high than high school,I'd say the lady Landers will make the trip to state when they reach high school,but with the right leadership the lady dogz will be in the hunt as will,the dogz have talent it's just not coached up in the Jr high or the high school,sounds like I'm constantly fussing about coaches,I'm really not down on these guys just think some new blood in the programs would make a difference
  7. clevelandblueraiderfan

    District 5 AAA

    Seems to be the case. I don't think anyone thought Cleveland could play this well without him, especially the way they were playing to start the season. Wood and Johnson have really picked it up and Grant Hurst has been great also.
  8. He can't coach and be superintendent. Dr. Satt is just as good of a superintendent of school as he was a coach in high school.
  9. Select9u

    2019 East TN Select 9U tryouts

    ETN USSSA travel team looking to round out our spring/summer 2019 roster. For an individual tryout contact Cooper Austin at (423) 863-6087
  10. strongx

    Tee Martin’s son QB Knoxville

    No doubt the best way to play at a power 5 school is via cat lick.
  11. Today
  12. Tiger1214

    MUS Basketball

    Who are the early candidates?
  13. cbg

    Canceled Live Webcast Father Ryan Sunday 1/20/2019

    And Father Ryan was in Chattanooga wrestling Baylor and McCallie. Notre Dame could have traveled to Nashville after they finished wrestling at the Walker Valley Duals and Knoxville Catholic could have traveled after they finished. It's time for the excuses to stop as the only excuse was two schools failed to honor their part of an agreement.
  14. Sommers

    Wrestling Updates and Tidbits...

    From the Chattanoogan.... Baylor Sweeps Matches With Father Ryan, MBA McCallie Beats MBA Before Losing To Ryan At Home On Saturday Saturday, January 19, 2019 - by John Hunt McCallie hosted four dual meet wrestling matches Saturday afternoon involving Baylor and two Division II teams from Nashville, including Father Ryan and Montgomery Bell Academy. Top-ranked and unbeaten Baylor stayed that way as they topped Father Ryan by a 42-36 final in the opener while rolling past MBA by a 60-12 margin. A moment of silence was observed before the first match in memory of Jim Morgan and John Farr, a pair of Hall of Fame wrestling coaches who both passed on Friday. McCallie posted a 39-31 win over MBA but came up on the short end of a 44-32 final against Father Ryan. It seems like all prep wrestling teams are banged up and bruised at this point, so all of Saturday’s teams were missing some key individuals. “I was proud of the way my guys stepped up and performed today,” said Baylor coach Ben Nelson after his team had improved to 15-0 with the two wins. “It was kind of somber and quiet when we first got here and I was afraid we might be a little bit flat, but we were able to generate some of our own momentum and that made a lot of difference. “We should be decent when we get everyone back in our lineup, but we were missing some key warriors today. We knew that Father Ryan would be good, so it was fun to see how we responded in that match. But we still have the big match with McCallie on Friday, so we’ll keep working hard to continue improving,” Nelson added. McCallie coach Jake Yost offered similar sentiments. “We have some guys banged up, but I thought we did a pretty good job in a tough circumstance today,” he said while members of his team were rolling up the mats. “We just lost a tough match to Father Ryan, but we won in a couple of spots where we had lost to them earlier, so that was good. But I feel like we can be competitive if we can get everyone healthy and in the right spots. “I’m really proud of Ellis Haney, a freshman at 106, who came from behind to win his match against MBA and provide the margin of victory for our team. I’m not even sure he knew the dual meet was on the line, but I feel like we got pretty good effort from everyone on the team,” Yost added. Baylor and Father Ryan split their 14 matches, but the difference was Baylor getting bonus points in them all with six pins and a forfeit. Two of Ryan’s wins were by regular decision and that was the margin of victory for the Red Raiders. Noah Hurst, Garrison Dendy, Andrew Pace, Barrett Chambers, Mason Reiniche and Jonathan Snodgrass all won with pins while David Harper was awarded a forfeit at 195. Baylor won 11 of 14 matches against MBA, including the final seven. Dan McGuire’s 8-2 decision at 160 had gotten the Big Red within 21-12 before Baylor won the rest with five pins, another forfeit to Harper and a thrilling 10-9 decision by Drew Dietz at 106. Santeri Valpas, Alex Robinson, Matthew Smith and Kade Hartline joined Hurst, Dendy, Pace and Reiniche with pins in the MBA match while Ryan Tisdale had a 6-0 decision in the first match at 120 pounds. McCallie had five pins, a technical fall, a major decision and a forfeit in its win over MBA while getting four pins, one technical fall and a regular decision over Father Ryan. John Braman, Frankie Zahrobsky, Riley Looper, Austin Gentil and Haney all had pins in the win over MBA while Zach Ward, Alex Whitworth, Thomas Sell and Looper all had pins against Ryan. Baylor is now 15-0 while Father Ryan is now 20-3. McCallie is 8-3 while MBA drops to 5-9 in dual meets. Baylor will host McCallie on Friday at 6 p.m. in each team's final dual meet of the season. BAYLOR 42, FATHER RYAN 36 (Match began at 113 Pounds) 106 – Brooks McAfee (FR) pinned Kade Hartline, 1:45; 113 – Calvin Eason (FR) won by forfeit; 120 – Thomas Wesnofske (FR) dec. Jacob Weekley, 7-5; 126 – Noah Hurst (Bay) pinned Griffin Habacker, 3:30; 132 – Garrison Dendy (Bay) pinned Sean Pitts, 3:44; 138 – Houston Crouch (FR) dec. Clayton Pettway, 3-2; 145 – Andrew Pace (Bay) pinned JaCorey Miller, 1:15; 152 – Lawrence Madson (FR) pinned Jason Motley, 3:49; 160 – Barrett Chambers (Bay) pinned Andrew Nelson, 3:42; 170 – Mason Reiniche (Bay) pinned Parker Peterson, 3:20; 182 – Henry Hagey (FR) pinned Santeri Valpas, 1:16; 195 – David Harper (Bay) won by forfeit; 220 – Jonathan Snodgrass (Bay) pinned Gabriel Holmes, 1:37; 285 – Felix Wilson (FR) pinned Matthew Smith, 2:32. BAYLOR 60 MONTGOMERY BELL ACADEMY 12 (Match began at 120 pounds) 106 – Drew Dietz (Bay) dec. Brantley Golczynski, 10-9; 113 – Kade Hartline (Bay) pinned Mac Rusi, 3:29; 120 – Ryan Tisdale (Bay) dec. Frank Perazzini, 6-0; 126 – Noah Hurst (Bay) pinned Will Higgins, :55; 132 – Garrison Dendy (Bay) pinned Adam Garfinkel, 1:05; 138 – Blake Andrews (MBA) dec. Clayton Pettway, 5-1; 145 – Andrew Pace (Bay) pinned Robby Barnes, :42; 152 – Eric Russ (MBA) pinned Jason Motley, 1:57; 160 – Dan McGuire (MBA) dec. Barrett Chambers, 8-2; 170 – Mason Reiniche (Bay) pinned Doug Gaw, :37; 182 – Santeri Valpas (Bay) pinned Mason Skeeters, 1:43; 195 – David Harper (Bay) won by forfeit; 220 – Alex Robinson (Bay) pinned Ethan Lilly, 2:31; 285 – Matthew Smith (Bay) pinned Joe Moore, :24. McCALLIE 45, MONTGOMERY BELL ACADEMY 31 (Match began at 113 pounds) 106 – Ellis Haney (McC) pinned Roman Urbanczyk; 113 – John Braman (McC) pinned Mac Rusi, 3:48; 120 – Emory Taylor (McC) major dec. Frank Perazzini, 12-4; 126 – Will Higgins (MBA) major dec. Lawson Davis, 16-7; 132 – Adam Garfinkel (MBA) pinned Ian Herring; 138 – Wyatt Andrews (MBA) dec. Zach Ward, 4-2; 145 – Robby Barnes (MBA) pinned Rand Holtzclaw, 2:00; 152 – Alex Whitworth (McC) won by technical fall over Eric Russ; 160 – Dan McGuire (MBA) won by forfeit; 170 – Frankie Zahrobsky (McC) pinned Doug Gaw; 182 – Thomas Sell (McC) won by forfeit; 195 – Mason Skeeters (MBA) pinned Coen Campbell; 220 – Riley Looper (McC) pinned Ethan Lilly; 285 – Austin Gentil (McC) pinned Joe Moore. FATHER RYAN 44, McCALLIE 32 (Match began at 120 pounds) 106 – Brooks McAfee (FR) major dec. Ellis Haney, 13-0; 113 – Calvin Eason (FR) won by forfeit; 120 – Emory Taylor (McC) won by technical fall over Thomas Wesnofske; 126 – Griffin Habacker (FR) pinned Lawson Davis; 132 – Sean Pitts (FR) major dec. Ian Herring, 18-5; 138 – Zach Ward (McC) pinned Houston Crouch, 2:00; 145 – JaCorey Miller (FR) pinned Rand Holtzclaw; 152 – Alex Whitworth (McC) pinned Lawrence Madson; 160 – Andrew Nelson (FR) pinned Frankie Zahrobsky; 170 – Parker Peterson (FR) pinned Harrison Millirons; 182 – Thomas Sell (McC) pinned Henry Hagey; 195 – Gabriel Holmes (FR) pinned Coen Campbell; 220 – Riley Looper (McC) pinned Elijah Wilson; 285 – Austin Gentil (McC) dec. Felix Wilson, 5-1. (Email John Hunt at [email protected])
  15. workinprogress

    Metro Rumors

    I know metro quite well. The kids are just like any other kids. They need direction, motivation, respect, and to know you truly care about them as a person. I still keep in touch with kids I was around.
  16. thenomad

    District 8-A

    Surprised by some of your statements. I'm definitely not in the know but feel like from the outside looking in, things are good for the school. Not sure who they could get to replace him.
  17. Dadof2

    District 5aa

    Polk was out of school due to sickness. So the game was canceled.

    Greeneville Football 2019

    Just going by the math you provided he would be 6-18 not 6-28. Still not good but wanted to point that out.

    Westview is in search of new Head Coach

    I hear ya. He apparently knows my occupation so I’m sure he could find me if he wanted to but he won’t. Keyboard tough guy....
  20. RecordBook

    Scott Tillman out at Lipscomb

    I'm sure he's smart enough to put together a good staff. Maybe it'll work.
  21. GatorBodine3

    Clarksville/Montgomery County

    I’m sure he will do just fine if he gets the job.
  22. WrestlingGod

    Walker Valley Duals Results

    TrackWrestling didn’t have it all out so I’ll just break up the two pools based off who was in the finals. Pool 1: Walker Valley 51 Chattanooga Christian 21 Walker Valley 48 Stone Memorial 34 Chattanooga Christian 54 Stone Memorial 24 Pool 2: Summit 60 Notre Dame 18 Summit 66 Chattanooga Central 17 Summit 66 East Hamilton 18 Finals: Summit 54 Walker Valley 20
  23. Tez2319

    District 14 AA

    1) South Side(Of course) 2) North Side 3)CC 4)L-Town 5) MC
  24. CourtJester

    District 13 AA

    SG can and should win the district but to have any chance at the state tourney they have to win the regional and host the sub state.
  25. CourtJester

    District 11AA

    This district appears to be Fairview and everybody else. The jackets should make the sub state easily!
  26. CourtJester

    2018-2019 9AA

    Do you guys think anyone will make it out of the first round of the regional this year?
  27. CourtJester

    District 9-AAA

    Big win for the Blue Devils! Don’t know anybody outside of Lebanon saw that coming!
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