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A full slate of high school football is on tap for Friday night. WAXO/TSNSports are teaming up again this year to bring you Marshall County Tigers action throughout the season. You can come here each football Friday night to view the game.

 

Friday Nights Action 9/4/15:

East
Loudon at Alcoa *
Brainerd at Boyd Buchanan *
Science Hill at Bradley Central *
Scott Co. at CAK *
Lenoir City at Campbell Co. *
Claiborne Co. at Chuckey-Doak *
Soddy-Daisy at Cleveland *
Karns at Clinton *
Unaka at Concord Christian *
Sale Creek at Copper Basin *
Morristown West at David Crockett *
Sequoyah at East Hamilton *
Signal Mountain at East Ridge *
Johnson Co. at Elizabethton *
Oak Ridge at Farragut *
Cumberland Gap at Gatlinburg-Pittman (Thu) *
Powell at Gibbs *
Cannon Co. at Grundy Co. *
Cosby at Hampton *
Tri-Cities Christian, TN at Hancock Co.
Sullivan North at Happy Valley *
Bearden at Hardin Valley *
Sunbright at Harriman *
South Doyle at Heritage *
Stone Memorial at Hixson *
Union Co. at Knoxville Carter *
Knoxville Central at Knoxville Catholic *
Anderson Co. at Knoxville Fulton *
Oliver Springs at Knoxville Grace *
Knoxville West at Knoxville Halls *
Mt. Juliet Christian at Knoxville Webb *
Chattanooga Grace at Lookout Valley *
Jefferson Co. at Maryville *
Kingston at McMinn Central *
Marion Co. at Meigs Co. *
Coalfield at Midway *
Tennessee High at Morristown East *
South Greene at North Greene *
Chattanooga Christian at Notre Dame *
Cloudland at Oakdale *
Greenback at Oneida *
Northview Academy at Pigeon Forge (Thu) *
Howard at Red Bank *
White Co. at Rhea Co. *
Tennessee Christian Prep, TN at Rockwood
Cocke Co. at Sevier Co. *
Bledsoe Co. at Silverdale *
Cherokee at Sullivan Central *
Grainger at Sullivan East *
Seymour at Sullivan South *
Austin-East at Tellico Plains *
Polk Co. at Tyner *
Greeneville at Volunteer *
McMinn Co. at Walker Valley *
Sweetwater at Wartburg Central *
Unicoi Co. at West Greene (Thu) *
Dobyns Bennett at William Blount *

Middle
Glencliff at Beech *
Riverdale at Blackman *
Pope John Paul at Brentwood Academy *
Sycamore at Cheatham Co. *
Wayne Co. at Clarksville Academy *
Henry Co. at Clarksville Northeast *
Lipscomb Academy at Clarksville Northwest *
Smyrna at Coffee Co. *
Huntingdon at Collinwood *
LaVergne at Columbia *
Warren Co. at Cookeville *
Grace Christian Academy – Franklin at Cornersville *
White House Heritage at CPA *
Whitwell at Davidson Academy
Centennial at Dickson Co. *
East Robertson at Eagleville *
Baylor at Ensworth *
Stewart Co. at Fairview *
McCallie at Father Ryan *
Mt. Pleasant at Fayetteville *
Westmoreland at Forrest *
DCA at FRA
Nashville Overton at Franklin *
Kings Academy at Friendship Christian *
Lawrence Co. at Giles Co. *
Greenbrier at Goodpasture *
Cane Ridge at Hendersonville *
Station Camp at Hillsboro *
Gallatin at Hunters Lane *
Lincoln Co. at Independence *
Community at Jackson Co. *
Hillwood at Kenwood *
Chattanooga Central at Livingston Academy *
Waverly at Loretto *
Springfield at Maplewood *
Melrose at MBA
Houston Co. at McEwen *
Lebanon at McGavock *
Jo Byrns at Middle TN Chr. *
Creek Wood at Montgomery Central *
Columbia Academy at Moore Co. *
Monterey vs. Nashville Christian *
Siegel at Oakland *
Macon Co. at Pearl Cohn *
Hollow Rock-Bruceton at Perry Co. *
Red Boiling Springs at Pickett Co. *
Mt. Juliet at Ravenwood *
Brentwood at Rossview *
Sequatchie Co. at Smith Co. *
Page at Spring Hill (Thu) *
Franklin Co. at Stewarts Creek *
East Nashville at Stratford *
Huntland at Summertown *
Shelbyville at Summit *
Upperman at Trousdale Co.
Marshall Co. at Tullahoma *
Cascade at Watertown *
Clarksville at West Creek *
Portland at White House *
Antioch at Wilson Central *
DeKalb Co. at York Institute *
Clay Co. at Zion Christian

West
Trinity Christian at Adamsville *
Covington at Bolivar Central *
Southwind at Brighton *
East Hickman at Camden *
M. Middle College at Carver (Thu) *
Fairley at CBHS
White Station at Collierville *
Bartlett at Cordova *
Ridgeway at Craigmont (Thu) *
Dyer Co. at Crockett Co. *
West Carroll at Dresden *
Westview at Dyersburg *
McKenzie at Gibson Co. *
Ezell-Harding at Gleason
Lexington at Hardin Co. *
FACS at Harding Academy *
Obion Co. at Haywood Co. *
Germantown at Houston *
Halls at Jackson Christian *
Ripley at Jackson Northside *
Memphis East at Kingsbury *
Booker T. Washington at KIPP *
Memphis Overton at Kirby *
Greenfield at Lake Co. *
St. Georges at Lausanne
Hillcrest at MAHS (Thu) *
Mitchell at Manassas (Thu) *
Jackson South Side at McNairy Central *
Bolton at Memphis Central *
Memphis Catholic at Memphis North Side
Liberty Magnet at Milan *
Trezevant at MLK Prep (Thu) *
Wooddale at Munford *
Olive Branch, MS at MUS
ECS at Northpoint Christian *
Westwood at Oakhaven *
Union City at Peabody *
Hamilton at Raleigh Egypt *
Lewis Co. at Riverside *
Fayette Academy at Rossville *
Hickman Co. at Scotts Hill *
Fayette Ware at Sheffield *
Humboldt at South Fulton *
Jackson Central-Merry at South Gibson *
BGA at St. Benedict
Rosemark at USJ *
Arlington at Whitehaven *

Ooltewah at Clyde A. Erwin, NC
Douglass at DeSoto Central, MS
Millington at Hernando, MS
Briarcrest at Jackson Academy, MS

DSC06147DSC06184Heavy rainfall hampered the 2015 Babe Ruth World Series being held at Brewer Park in Lawrenceburg Friday as all games were postponed. Inclement weather pushed back play with teams returning to the diamond Saturday with four games on tap starting at 6PM.

Host Lawrenceburg improved their tournament pool play record to 2-0 with a very impressive 14-1 5-inning run-rule win over Pittsfield, MA. Other action West End, PA 3 Eau Claire, WI 2, Sarasota, FL 13 Glacier, MT 5 and Giles County, the East Tennessee Regional Champion losing for the second time Saturday night dropping a run-rule game to Westchester, CA..

With all the rain the tournament is still running behind and will have games scheduled to begin at noon Sunday with West End, PA. and Fargo, ND on Tom Crews Field. Glacier, MT will play Westchester, CA will meet on Denver Trapp Field, 2:30 Giles Co vs TX. All games can be seen on Xsportsradio.

Other matchups to be played are…

Middle Atlantic (West End, Penn.) vs. Midwest Plains (Fargo, N.D.)

Pacific Northwest (Glacier) vs. Pacific Southwest (Westchester, Calif.)

Eastern Tennessee (Giles County, Tenn.) vs. Southwest (South Brazoria County, Texas)

Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Vs. Ohio Valley (Eau Claire, Wisc.)

 

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The 2015 13-15 year old Babe Ruth Baseball League World Series begins Thursday August 13 in Lawrenceburg. The tournament runs through August 20th. 10 regional winners will be participating this year. 

  

Individual teams have not been released by Babe Ruth.

The Amway Coaches’ Poll – which has been in existence since 1950 – is voted on by the utmost experts (the coaches). The Poll is conducted weekly throughout the regular season using a panel of head coaches at Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) schools. Each coach submits a Top 25 with a first-place vote worth 25 points, second place 24, and so on down to one point for 25th. The Preseason Poll  will be updated weekly during the season for 17 weeks starting in early September.

 

 Ohio State 14-1 1598 62 NR 0
2 TCU 12-1 1487 1 NR 0
3 Alabama 12-2 1452 1 NR 0
4 Baylor 11-2 1365 0 NR 0
5 Oregon 13-2 1260 0 NR 0
6 Michigan State 11-2 1230 0 NR 0
7 Auburn 8-5 1103 0 NR 0
8 Florida State 13-1 1057 0 NR 0
9 Georgia 10-3 1026 0 NR 0
10 USC 9-4 1014 0 NR 0
11 Notre Dame 8-5 883 0 NR 0
12 Clemson 10-3 838 0 NR 0
13 LSU 8-5 727 0 NR 0
14 UCLA 10-3 697 0 NR 0
15 Ole Miss 9-4 668 0 NR 0
16 Arizona State 10-3 577 0 NR 0
17 Georgia Tech 11-3 573 0 NR 0
18 Wisconsin 11-3 470 0 NR 0
19 Oklahoma 8-5 407 0 NR 0
20 Arkansas 7-6 377 0 NR 0
21 Stanford 8-5 365 0 NR 0
22 Arizona 10-4 299 0 NR 0
23 Missouri 11-3 229 0 NR 0
24 Boise State 12-2 190 0 NR 0
25 Tennessee 7-6 166 0 NR 0

 

Hot Weather 2High school football teams across the state are allowed to practice but, it’s been hard to make good time outside. Temperatures in Tennessee combined with the humidity is making it difficult. And the TSSAA is watching.

The TSSAA Board of Control passed a proposal that requires a heat policy for all its member schools. The requirements of the policy include adjustments which must be made for activities depending on the heat index at the location where the activities take place. The TSSAA Heat policy is the minimum standard that member schools must follow. The TSSAA Heat policy will prohibit schools from practicing or competing when the heat index at the location of the activity is in excess of 104 degrees Fahrenheit.

Practice in pads may begin NFHS Week 4.  For 2015, this will be Monday, July 27th. Practice time in pads may not exceed 3 hours in a single practice.If there are multiple practices in pads on a single day, only one session per day should include full contact.  The total practice time in pads may not exceed 5 hours, with practices separated by at least three hours of rest in a cool environment.   4. No student shall participate in multiple practices in pads on consecutive days.  Helmets may be worn at any time.  A practice would be considered a practice in pads if shoulder pads and/or football pants with or without pads are worn.  If weather postpones a practice in pads, the practice may resume after conditions are deemed safe and the remainder of the allotted practice time may be completed.

An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) with clearly defined written and practiced protocols should be developed and placed at every high school. A customized emergency action plan, can be developed at the following link:  http://www.anyonecansavealife.org/