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Check Into Cash Player of the Week 10-31-14
Congratulation to Walker Valley volleyball standout Madison Pruett for being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The junior outside hitter had 358 digs, 268 kills, 269 service receptions and 30 aces in leading the Lady Mustangs to a second place finish in the District 5-AAA regular season race. Pruett was voted by the league coaches as a member of the All-District 5-AAA Team for the regular season as well as being named to the All-District 5-AAA Tournament Team.
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Bradley bowlers get third straight win
CHATTANOOGA — Bradley Central saw dominating performances from both their boys and girls bowlers Thursday afternoon, picking up their third win in three days. Both squads defeated East Hamilton, wi...
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No tricks for Wildcats as Redskins treat themselves to Halloween win
LOUDON — The 2014 football season came to a swift, merciful and none-to-soon end for Polk County Thursday night. The Wildcats were dominated from start to finish by the Loudon Redskins, who led 27-...
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Chastain bags 11-point buck
11-year-old Cloie Chastain, a fifth-grader at Hopewell School, bagged an 11-point buck on a juvenile hunt last weekend. Cloie took the prize from about 80 yards.
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Scoreboard 10-31
Prep Football Standings High School Football District 5-AAA Team District Overall Ooltewah 6-0 10-0 Cleveland 4-2 5-5 Bradley Central 3-3 5-5 McMinn County 3-3 3-7 East Hamilton 2-4 2-8 Walker Vall...
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TCPS ends season with win
The Tennessee Christian Preparatory School Hawks football team wrapped up its regular season Monday night, defeating the Tellico Bears junior varsity 64-0. The victory improved the Hawks’ record to...
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Vols QBs focus on location, stability
KNOXVILLE — Offensive Coordinator Mike Bajakian addressed the main topic of conversation during Wednesday’s media availability. With starting quarterback Justin Worley under a watchful eye after si...
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Lady Vols confident in Harrison’s star potential
KNOXVILLE (AP) — Tennessee hasn’t been an elite team lately in part because it hasn’t had an elite player. The Lady Vols believe senior center Isabelle Harrison can change that. Tennessee hasn’t re...
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Lady Colts fall to Rhea
Special to the Banner The Ocoee Middle School sixth-grade ladies lost 41-30 to Rhea County, in the Athens Tournament Finals. The loss brings the Lady Colts’ record to 3-1 overall. The Lady Eagles j...
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On Tap 10-30
Thursday, Oct. 30 BOWLING Bradley Central vs. East Hamilton (Brainerd), 3:30 FOOTBALL East Hamilton at Bradley Central, 7:30 Polk County at Loudon, 7:30 Friday, Oct. 31 FOOTBALL Soddy-Daisy at Walk...
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Points still matter in new format
MARTINSVILLE, Va. (AP) — When NASCAR chairman Brian France revealed the changes to the championship format, he vowed that winning would be the most important element and would ultimately reward “th...
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Giants win World Series — again
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants succeeded where no team had in 3 1/2 decades, winning Game 7 on the road for their third World Series title in five years. Pun...
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