Friday Night Prep Football Scores

Friday, October 27, 2017

MBA 24 Baylor 23

McCallie 45 Father Ryan 7

Ooltewah 45 Heritage 7

East Ridge 19 Hixson 15

Howard 17 East Hamilton 14

Cloudland 26 Copper Basin 20

Maryville 31 Bradley Central 7

Cleveland 42 McMinn County 38 

Meigs County 60 Wartburg 8

Bledsoe County 3 Tellico Plains 0

Marion County 34 Polk County 7

Brainerd 38 McMinn Central 0

Red Bank 49 Loudon 24

Signal Mountain 30 Sweetwater 24

Tyner 27 Central 16

Whitwell 69 Sale Creek 0

Upperman 20 Sequatchie County 14

Smith County 39 Grundy County 0

Soddy Daisy 48 Walker Valley 28

Cane Ridge 35 Rhea County 14

CAK 30 Boyd-Buchanan 19

Grace Christian Knoxville 41 CCS 14

Knox Webb 42 Silverdale Academy 6

Middle Tennessee Christian 44 Grace Baptist 13

 

 

 


PREP SCHEDULES

Hixson High Baseball Standout Jack Julian To Pitch For MTSU

PHOTOS: East Hamilton Cheerleaders Add Energy to Hurricane Fans


PREP BASKETBALL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11 Walker Valley at East Hamilton Soddy Daisy at McMinn Co. White Co. at Red Bank Bradley at Ooltewah Lookout Valley at South Pittsburg ... (click for more)

This is Coach Colton Green, head baseball coach at Hixson High School baseball standout Jack Julian has signed with MTSU to continue his academic and baseball career. A signing ... (click for more)

East Hamilton cheerleaders work hard to infuse energy amongst Hurricane fans. (click for more)


Sports

PREP SCHEDULES

PREP BASKETBALL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11 Walker Valley at East Hamilton Soddy Daisy at McMinn Co. White Co. at Red Bank Bradley at Ooltewah Lookout Valley at South Pittsburg Signal Mountain at Hixson East Ridge at Tyner Marion Co. at Sale Creek CSAS at Copper Basin Collegedale Academy at CCS Grace at Notre Dame Cleveland at Cookeville Boyd-Buchanan ... (click for more)

Hixson High Baseball Standout Jack Julian To Pitch For MTSU

This is Coach Colton Green, head baseball coach at Hixson High School baseball standout Jack Julian has signed with MTSU to continue his academic and baseball career. A signing ceremony was held recently at the school with teammates, coaches, family, and friends in attendance. Julian, an all district pitcher and catcher for the Wildcats, will join the Blue Raiders, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Investors Planning $9 Million In Improvements At Run-Down Patten Towers Needs 25-Year Tax Abatement

An official of an investor group planning $9 million in improvements at run-down Patten Towers said a 25-year PILOT tax abatement is essential for the project to go forward. The City Council is asked to vote on the tax break on Dec. 18. The County Commission will be asked to okay a similar resolution. John Shepard of Nashville-based Elmington said current property taxes at ... (click for more)

Henderson, Mitchell Ask Council To Consider Language On Preserving Steep Slopes And Floodplains

City Council members Chip Henderson and Jerry Mitchell said they want the council to consider language on preserving steep slopes and floodplains. They said they want to go further than Councilman Darrin Ledford, who is proposing new curbs on erosion control and reducing stormwater runoff. Councilman Ledford on Tuesday presented a proposed new ordinance that adds a section ... (click for more)

Opinion

Alstom And Tubman: A Tale Of Two Sites

The former Alstom industrial site on the riverfront and the former Harriett Tubman housing site in East Chattanooga both have a lot of redevelopment potential. And yet the city of Chattanooga seems to view them quite differently. Alstom is the fair-haired child; Tubman is the forgotten child. The Alstom area was recently designated as an "opportunity zone" in a new program ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: We're Torturing Millions

I’ll admit it – I would rather hurt than take an opioid pain pill. Hydrocodone and its cousins scare the willies out of me because once when I was ‘drug sick,’ it was the worst sickness I have ever known. For somebody who always has somewhere that it hurts, I know that opioids are wonderful when used properly but because they are increasingly abused by society, there are now over ... (click for more)