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BigG last won the day on May 17 2018

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  1. The Tennessee High School Soccer Coaches Association Senior All Star Game is set for Saturday, June 1 7:30 pm. Hendersonville Drake's Creek Field Nominations need to be send to Coach Harper by Saturday, May 25.Coaches must be a THSSCA member in order for players to participate.Players must be a senior and able to attend (please check availability before nominating). http://www.thssca.net/nominations.html Any questions, please email Greg Harper at [email protected]
  2. BigG

    2019 Season

    Don’t let this guy fool you.... Boyd is gonna be a team to be reckoned with. #31 scored a CRACKER against us last night!
  3. BigG

    TSWA all state

    Usually, they do all mid state right after Christmas and then a few weeks after that they will do all state.
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    Richard Siegel Soccer Park Upgrades

    This is outstanding news. RS has gone down hill in the past few years (mainly from "over use"). The championship field was one of the worst I have played in in a very long time.
  5. Petition to move Atlanta MLS team for Georgia High school football Make sure you read the comments after the petition. Some are pretty priceless. I honestly think that Booger wrote the majority of them. For ONCE, soccer might cause football to move a game instead of the other way around. "ProblemA tradition the residents of the state of Georgia hold near and dear to their hearts is the Georgia High School Football State Championships being held at the State's premier football venue on the second Friday and Saturday in December. Unfortunately, In July, the GHSA was strong armed into agreeing to postpone the state Championships until the following Tuesday and Wednesday, in the event the Atlanta United were to host game 1 of the MLS Cup finals. This decision was made without properly consulting the tax paying voters of the state.Unfortunately, The Atlanta United are likely to advance to the MLS cup finals, where Game 1 will be held at at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Saturday December 8th. This clear injustice is an attack upon many of the hard working men and women of the state in rural areas who look to support their local community, as many of these people cannot take off work during the week to travel to Atlanta. This blatant oppression of these people is a monstrosity and a gross overreach of power."
  6. BigG

    Player's Chattanooga Powerhouse

    Name sounds familiar but not sure. Did he play at CN?
  7. BigG

    Player's Chattanooga Powerhouse

    I was there when coach Sparks was coaching (actually in school with his kids, as well) but I played for Coach Eiskamp (freshman year) and coach Jones (the other 3 years). Coach Sparks was one of the most godly men I know, and when I was there, their team was the team of the decade (won several NAIA national championships in football and had many players go to the NFL).
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    Player's Chattanooga Powerhouse

    I am honored. Truly!
  9. BigG

    Player's Chattanooga Powerhouse

    I know I'm gonna pay for this but... Go CN Eagles! (Class of '93) For real, however, that was a nice win by LMU. They were always a quality opponent. It is in the middle of no where but you are right, great facilities and beautiful area. Good luck with Columbus State!
  10. Coach Parker was at Franklin from 2007-2012 and was also a girls assistant coach for 2 seasons. Our thoughts and prayers to the Parker family. Stephen John Parker Memorial Site Dear Friends and Family, It is with deep regret we inform you that Stephen John Parker has passed away. Steve was born in Slough, England, and died on Friday, Novemeber 9th, 2018 in Franklin, TN, USA at the age of 72, 24 days before his 73rd Birthday (December 3rd, 1945). He was surrounded by loving care from his family on all sides, through his last days until the very end. We extend an invitation to join the Parker family for a Celebration of Life (and football!) on Saturday, December 1st, at Steve and Paula’s home in Franklin, Tennessee. The welcoming will begin at 2:00 p.m. CST, followed by his service, with a reception immediately after. We welcome all those who can attend to gather together with us at 2217 Castlewood Dr. Franklin TN. This will be a relatively informal service, so please come as you are, with dressing appropriate for the outdoor elements of early December. Steve has requested an intimate setting for his remembrance meant, above all, for warm conversation and joyful reckoning. Bring along your favorite stories to share, as such recollections have always been one of his favorite pasttimes. Similarly, if you have any photos you would like to share, please link them in a response to the original email so we can be sure to get them in our albums! Steve is survived by his wife Paula, and his 4 children Eric, Andrew, Stephannie, and Craig. His long list of contributions to our world include services to a vast array of schools, universities, clubs, and sporting organizations, such as the Unites States Soccer Federation. Please help us by sharing this news with those you may know who also loved Steve as we have, by forwarding this email or sharing this RSVP As a final request, please do not send flowers. Alternatively, please consider making a donation in Steve’s honor to one or all three of the following organizations which funds the care of other families who have been burdened by Lewy Body Dementia and other related Parkinson and Alzheimer’s disorders. https://www.lbda.org/donate https://alzfdn.org https://www.michaeljfox.org Please RSVP at your earliest convenience. Thank you, and many kind regards from each of us. Sincerely, The Parker family
  11. AA All-State Girls 2018 THSSCA Forwards Gabby Larson, East Hamilton, Senior Madison Luttrell, Covington, Senior Jana Clair Swafford, Beech, Junior Melia Baker, McMinn Central, Senior Kaitlyn Sneed, Nolensville, Junior Delanie Gebhard, Nolensville, Sophomore Midfielders Kendra Mueller, Beech, Senior Emily Hickman, Beech, Senior Michaela Kriebel, Greenville, Senior Lindsey Cook, Greenville, Sophomore Sydney Wolfenbarger, Seymour, Senior Abbie Biddle, Seymour, Senior Aly Goodman, South Gibson, Junior Leanna Nesbitt, Whitehouse, Senior Defenders Jorrie Russell, Seymour, Senior Hayden Collins, Page, Senior Hannah Szopa, Nolensville, Freshmen Goalkeepers Natasia Jones, Beech, Sophomore Carly Wagner, Fairview, Junior
  12. DII-A All-State Girls 2018 THSSCA Forwards Caroline Betts CPA 9 Molly Thorne CPA 12 Maddie Bishop St. George 10 Phoebe Harpole ECS 10 Eva Toler CAK 12 Midfielders Megan Lewis CPA 12 Addie Henry CCS 12 Sophie Stallings USJ 12 Maria Frazier DCA 12 Clair Swaim Jackson Christian 12 Avery Catlett Webb 12 Sierra Brown Grace 11 Defenders Cece Pascarella CPA 12 Kate Dirkse CCS 12 Anna Larizza St. George 11 Catelyn Somogyi ECS 12 Goalkeepers Lucy Sandhoff CCS 12 Anna Quinn French BGA 12 Margaret Robinson USN 12
  13. Forwards: Nora Tillmanns Hutchison High School Senior Nolyn Bartholomew Brentwood Academy Sophomore Ashley Grant GPS Sophomore Kylie Eiselstein GPS Senior Avery Davis Baylor Senior Ophelia Pilkinton Harpeth Hall Senior Sydney Ham Briarcrest Junior Hannah Morton Father Ryan Junior Lily Rummo Father Ryan Junior Cece Aaron St. Agnes Senior Midfielders: Sydney Morris GPS Sophomore Lane Lawrence GPS Senior Hailey Braemer Ensworth Senior Mya McGee Baylor Senior Julia Perrusquia Briarcrest Senior Defenders: Meg Priest GPS Junior Goalkeeper: Olivia Luther St. Benedict Senior
  14. AAA All-State Girls 2018 THSSCA Forwards Cara Young Houston 12 Maddie Eskin Houston 11 Grace Oliver Maryville 12 Katie O’Brian Oak Ridge 11 Anna Rasmussen Soddy Daisy 11 Asher Smith Soddy Daisy 11 Abby Brewer Bearden 11 Riley Cox Science Hill 12 Michaela Nicholson Station Camp 12 Ashley Barrientos Smyrna 12 Anna Augustini Ravenwood 12 Faith Adams Oakland 12 Delaney Mitchell Stewarts Creek 10 Emily Sanchez Siegel 11 Annie Warner Stewarts Creek 12 Elizabeth Slavinsky Collierville 12 Ansley Cate Henry County 12 JaNiya Stevens Clarksville 10 Midfielders Jenna Kemp Houston 12 Mackenzie Smith Hardin Valley 12 Bailey Taylor Powell 12 Reyna Coston Maryville 11 Kayla Lynch Cookeville 11 Emily Carlevato Bearden 12 McKenzie Guest Dobyns-Bennett 12 Cameron Giles Hendersonville 12 Brenda Cernas Smyrna 12 Harper White Franklin 12 Hailey Howard Brentwood 10 Maddie Ash Franklin 12 Monica Mullaney Oakland 12 Dakota Mitchell Stewarts Creek 10 Lainey Callis Oakland 10 Mia Roberts Siegel 11 Julia Marsh Lincoln County 12 Campbell Kivisto Collierville 12 Emily Raines Henry County 12 Ashley Campagne Clarksville 10 Defenders Kate Handel Houston 12 Molly Rose Houston 11 Allison Morrison Collierville 12 Rachel Reid Maryville 12 Abbey Kolarik Maryville 12 Kiana Lane Hardin Valley 11 Anna Stouffer Bradley 12 Addy Keylon Ooltewah 12 Sadie Mae Stroud Cookeville 11 Macy Carter Station Camp 12 Sarah Cloud Ravenwood 11 Kate Boring Brentwood 10 Hannah Patterson Bartlett Goalkeepers Katie Bahn Hendersonville 10 Faith Vanston Ravenwood 11 Kate Devine Brentwood 11
  15. BigG

    "A" Regionals

    Field 3 is one of the worst. It makes a huge difference.