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4 minutes ago, TtownReject said:

One Pearl Cohn player slid into a drain on the side of the endzone

It's something that needs to be addressed at Haywood. The end zone's has been that way since lord knows when. But the TSSAA is more concerned with a player's knee pad showing rather than someone potentially tearing an ACL or breaking their leg because the took an awkward step on that end zone. TSSAA should have the authority to deemed that feel not safe to play. Which to me, it is not safe. 

You drive about 15-20 minutes north to Ripley, and part of their "end zone" is on their track. That part of their end zone is covered by some turf. However, if a player catches a pass and has a hard time stopping through the track, he could potentially end in a ditch that's about 3-5 feet deep.

Regardless, what a football game!

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1 hour ago, ManOfMillions said:

Also, I have to tip my hat to PC. They are actually a 3A school. That team they field is quite impressive. I am now pulling the firebirds to win it all. Again, congrats PC! You guys proved tonight that you deserve to be there. 

Appreciate the love Manofmillion. Hats off to the Haywood boys.

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Haywood seniors, you have a lot to be proud of.  Over the past 4 years you have been an integral part of Tomcat teams who have:

-won 48 games and lost 8 (winning 10 or more games each season)
-won four Region 7-4A championships while going undefeated in region play
-made four state semifinal appearances and one final appearance
-set a season-record scoring average of 49.6 points per game (2022 season)

I would like to thank you for your contribution to the annals of Haywood High football.  Your talent, athleticism, and accomplishments have made it a pleasure to watch you play, and I’d like to wish you the best in your future endeavors.

Haywood underclassmen, you also have a lot of talent and athleticism, and I’d like to thank you for your contribution to Haywood’s success.  Continue to work hard in the off season, and I look forward to another exciting and successful season in 2023. 

I’d also like to thank Coach Smith and staff for your time and hard work. 

I know this will fall on deaf ears, but I would like to make a plea to the Haywood County School Board and County Commission.  I am a strong believer in academics, but athletics also plays a huge part in the success of our students and our school.  Athletics brings our community together.  I know there is a lot of money to be spent on infrastructure with the arrival of Blue Oval City, and I know improvements need to be made to our school facilities.  Please find a way to use some of that money to make improvements to our fieldhouse and athletic facilities (stadium).  You won’t regret it.

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1 hour ago, stacmot said:

Haywood seniors, you have a lot to be proud of.  Over the past 4 years you have been an integral part of Tomcat teams who have:

-won 48 games and lost 8 (winning 10 or more games each season)
-won four Region 7-4A championships while going undefeated in region play
-made four state semifinal appearances and one final appearance
-set a season-record scoring average of 49.6 points per game (2022 season)

I would like to thank you for your contribution to the annals of Haywood High football.  Your talent, athleticism, and accomplishments have made it a pleasure to watch you play, and I’d like to wish you the best in your future endeavors.

Haywood underclassmen, you also have a lot of talent and athleticism, and I’d like to thank you for your contribution to Haywood’s success.  Continue to work hard in the off season, and I look forward to another exciting and successful season in 2023. 

I’d also like to thank Coach Smith and staff for your time and hard work. 

I know this will fall on deaf ears, but I would like to make a plea to the Haywood County School Board and County Commission.  I am a strong believer in academics, but athletics also plays a huge part in the success of our students and our school.  Athletics brings our community together.  I know there is a lot of money to be spent on infrastructure with the arrival of Blue Oval City, and I know improvements need to be made to our school facilities.  Please find a way to use some of that money to make improvements to our fieldhouse and athletic facilities (stadium).  You won’t regret it.

Well said... some changes need to be made. Imagine with the right support and facilities what this team could accomplish. The schedule is shaping up next season and some folks looking for tougher games may be happy. 

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2 hours ago, stacmot said:

Haywood seniors, you have a lot to be proud of.  Over the past 4 years you have been an integral part of Tomcat teams who have:

-won 48 games and lost 8 (winning 10 or more games each season)
-won four Region 7-4A championships while going undefeated in region play
-made four state semifinal appearances and one final appearance
-set a season-record scoring average of 49.6 points per game (2022 season)

I would like to thank you for your contribution to the annals of Haywood High football.  Your talent, athleticism, and accomplishments have made it a pleasure to watch you play, and I’d like to wish you the best in your future endeavors.

Haywood underclassmen, you also have a lot of talent and athleticism, and I’d like to thank you for your contribution to Haywood’s success.  Continue to work hard in the off season, and I look forward to another exciting and successful season in 2023. 

I’d also like to thank Coach Smith and staff for your time and hard work. 

I know this will fall on deaf ears, but I would like to make a plea to the Haywood County School Board and County Commission.  I am a strong believer in academics, but athletics also plays a huge part in the success of our students and our school.  Athletics brings our community together.  I know there is a lot of money to be spent on infrastructure with the arrival of Blue Oval City, and I know improvements need to be made to our school facilities.  Please find a way to use some of that money to make improvements to our fieldhouse and athletic facilities (stadium).  You won’t regret it.

Always classy

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1 hour ago, reddyrebel6 said:

Well said... some changes need to be made. Imagine with the right support and facilities what this team could accomplish. The schedule is shaping up next season and some folks looking for tougher games may be happy. 

According to the TSSAA’s website, here is Haywood’s 2023 region schedule. 

1

Fri

Aug. 18

   

2

Fri

Aug. 25

   

3

Fri

Sep. 1

   

4

Fri

Sep. 8

Fayette-Ware (R)

Away

5

Fri

Sep. 15

Obion Co. (R)

Away

6

Fri

Sep. 22

   

7

Fri

Sep. 29

   

8

Fri

Oct. 6

   

9

Fri

Oct. 13

Requested Open Date

 

10

Fri

Oct. 20

Crockett Co. (R)

Home

11

Fri

Oct. 27

Dyer Co. (R)

Home

 

On Nov. 22, Coach Smith tweeted, "Haywood County is looking for football games on August 18th, August 25th, September 1st, and October 6th. If interested, please DM me or email me at …"

That tweet has aroused my curiosity.  Who do we have scheduled on September 22 and September 29?

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