The Manchester Enterprise: Local Sports

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Elementary Playoffs to Begin Tuesday

Following the conclusion of the elementary football regular season on Saturday, the Clay County Elementary School playoffs are scheduled to begin Tuesday evening at Tiger Stadium.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 September 2011 03:37

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Bobcats Survive Upset Scare

Rockets, Wildcats Cruise to Tuesday Night Wins


Elementary school football action continued Tuesday night, with Coach Martin Bowling's Goose Rock Rockets remaining undefeated after besting Big Creek in Tuesday's opening game.

In the Elementary School Game of the Week, Coach Mark Jackson’s #4 ranked Manchester Tigers nearly pulled off an upset over the defending county champion Burning Springs Bobcats.

The Bobcats, however, were able to will their way to a victory, following some gutsy play on both sides of the ball for a 16-14 win Tuesday night at Tiger Stadium.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 September 2011 03:36

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Tale of Two Teams

Seventh Grade Raiders Rebound From Conference Loss


CCMS Raider football eighth graders (From L to R) Travis Williams, Nathan Sizemore, and Colby NIcholson discuss strategy with teammate Adam Smith (seated) during the eighth grade team's 56-12 win over Corbin.

Two different football teams took the field this past week for the Clay County Middle School Raider seventh grade team.

Last Thursday, the seventh grade squad was dominated by conference foe Corbin, in a game that seventh grade Head Coach Chris Byrd described as “effortless”.
Monday night, however, the seventh grade team put up 334 total offensive yards, en route to a 36-12 thrashing over host Knox County to improve to 5-2 on the year.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 September 2011 03:34

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Red Bird Falls to Lynn Camp

Coach Lisa Nolan’s Red Bird Middle School girls’ basketball team suffered a tough loss Monday night, falling to visiting Lynn Camp 28-20.

The Lady Cardinals struggled in the first half, getting outscored by the visiting team 18-7 through the first half.

Kaley Collett scored all seven of Red Bird’s first half points.

The Lady Cards bounced back, cutting the lead to six, 22-16, at the end of the third quarter.

But Lynn Camp stormed back, outscoring the Lady Cardinals 8-4 in the fourth for the 28-20 win.

Collett led all scorers in the game with 11 points.

Kassidy Collett pitched in four points, while Kerryngton Asher and Chelsea Collett rounded out the scoring with three and two points, respectively.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 September 2011 03:33


Defensive Battle

Hacker Edges Defending Champs, ‘The Rock’ Cruises, Indians Pick Up Second Win


Hacker's Kenyan Combs breaks free to score the only score of Saturday's game between #3 Hacker and #2 Burning Springs.

Three teams in the Clay County elementary football league secured shutout victories Saturday afternoon at Tiger Stadium as Hacker, Goose Rock, and Big Creek each picked up impressive wins.

In the elementary football game of the week, Coach Jeff Woods’ Hacker Wildcats picked up a huge win over #2 ranked Burning Springs.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 22 September 2011 12:10

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