Prep Football Scores: Week One

Friday, August 29, 2014

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FINALS:
Central 24 Polk County 0
McCallie 49 McMinn County 6
Dobyns-Bennett 38 East Hamilton 7
Sweetwater 28 Meigs County 14 
Baylor 34 Knox Webb 7
Copper Basin 29 Hayesville 26 
Signal Mountain 35 Tyner 0
McMinn Central 43 Boyd-Buchanan 20
CCS 43 Lookout Valley 0
Hixson 35 South Pittsburg 12
Cookeville 30 Cleveland 23
Notre Dame 34 East Ridge 20
Walker Valley 42 Sequoyah 22
Rhea County 42 Coffee County 6
Grundy County 54 Grace 14 
Soddy-Daisy 43 Red Bank 30
Ensworth 55 Brainerd 7
Stratford 35 Howard 14
Midway 27 Whitwell 6
Riverdale 42 Bradley 7
Ooltewah 24 Seigel 20 
Silverdale 31 Community 21
Marion County 48 Bledsoe County 14



High School District Basketball Schedules

District 7AA Tournament MONDAY Notre Dame girls at CCS 7 p.m.  Bledsoe Co. girls at Grundy County  TUESDAY Bledsoe boys vs Signal Mountain Sequatchie Co. boys vs Grundy Co. FRIDAY  Semifinals at Notre Dame Saturday Consolations at Notre Dame Championship at Notre Dame (click for more)

Met's Pitcher Jenrry Mejia Becomes First Major Leaguer To Receive Lifetime Ban

NEW YORK -- Former Mets closer Jenrry Mejia became the first player in Major League Baseball history on Friday to earn a lifetime suspension for performance-enhancing drug use. MLB issued a lifetime ban to Mejia following his third positive test for a PED, linking him with Pete Rose as the only people actively serving the league's harshest punishment. Mejia, 26, tested positive ... (click for more)

Female, 18, Shot On South Seminole Early Saturday Morning

An 18-year-old female was shot in the leg on South Seminole early Saturday morning. Chattanooga Police responded to the 200 block of South Seminole after a report of a shooting. There police located one victim suffering from a single, non-life threatening gunshot wound. T he victim, Cierra L Kirksey, was inside her home when the shooting occurred. The suspect was ... (click for more)

Almost $5 Million In Donations Received For Organ Donor Awareness Since Program Began

Hamilton County Clerk Bill Knowles, one of the founding board members of the Tennessee County Clerks Organ Donor Awareness Foundation, announce d that in 2015  the  95 Tennessee County Clerk offices marked a milestone of receiving almost $5 million in donations since its formation in 1996. Mr. Knowles said,  “Over  the years  Hamilton County  consistently ... (click for more)

Black History Month Hero - Theodore McGraw (Kidd) AKA "Pongee"

I grew up in "Old St. Elmo" on 39th Street behind the Incline. As a child I remember my older brother "Pongee" as being my hero. This month of February being Black History Month, I cannot think of a better person to be honored than my late older brother, Theodore McGraw (Kidd) aka "Pongee" of St. Elmo (Gamble Town). Growing up without my father, Theodore was always available ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: About Lions & Elephants

A family of lions is called a ‘pride’ and rightfully so. The boss of the pride is indeed the ‘King of the Jungle’ and he makes all the big decisions, like when they go hunting, who is going to be ‘boyfriend-girlfriend’ and is quick to settle any family quarrels. But, as with all in nature, there comes a day when the King gets too old to rule. His teeth are loose, his gait hampered ... (click for more)