Sports

Lady Wildcats win

The 16th ranked Oak Ridge Lady Wildcat Volleyball team took their 10 game win streak to Bearden Thursday night and levied their third consecutive sweep in district play.

The Lady Wildcats won in three sets — 25-17, 25-15, and 25-22.

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Clinton Volleyball plays in Rocky Top Tournament

The Clinton High School volleyball team competed in the Rocky Top Tournament in Sevierville over the weekend.

The Dragons topped Smith County in three sets. After dropping the first set 25-23, Clinton rallied and took the next sets by scores 25-23 and 15-10.

In their second game, they fell to Notre Dame in two sets — 25-16 and 25-20.

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Lady Mavs top Clinton, Gibbs

The Anderson County Lady Mavericks downed visiting Clinton on Thursday night in three sets.

In the first set, the Lady Mavs led throughout as they built their lead to 17-10 over the young Dragons. They reeled off five more points to build the lead to 22-10 before closing out the first set with a 25-13 win.

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Middle School Wrap Up

Norris 22

Robertsville 6

In a game riddled with called back plays, the Norris Senators physically dominated both sides of the line of scrimmage in a 22-6 win over Robertsville last Thursday.

Anthony White added two touchdowns to his already impressive resume on 189 all-purpose yards.

Gavin Noe rushed for 91 hard-nosed yards on 12 carries behind a stout offensive line which includes his brother Jaxon Noe, Steven Beaty, Sully Sexton, Shawn Hill, Matt Johnson, and Austin Colborn.

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High School Wrap up

Northview Academy 35

Oliver Springs 7

The Northview Academy Cougars came to Oliver Springs Friday night and beat the Bobcats 35-7.

The Cougars controlled the game from start to finish. They led 22-0 at the half but Oliver Springs did manage a fourth quarter touchdown when sophomore quarterback Blake Crass threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to senior Sean Ross.

Zach Brooks kicked the extra point.

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Mavericks roll to 49-10 win over Clinton

“Stanton Martin, Stanton Martin, Stanton Martin.”

Those were the words offered by Clinton Head Football Coach Randy McKamey following his Dragons 49-10 loss at the hands of visiting Anderson County on Friday night.

While the junior signal caller was far from the only star of the evening for the Mavericks, he shined brightly in the win.

After Clinton opened with a quick three and out, Anderson County took over on its own 39-yard line. A holding penalty on a short run and then a sack by the Dragons’ Trevon Hill pushed the Mavericks back to their own 28-yard line. Martin then completed a shovel pass to Marquise Gallahar that went for 18 yards. The big junior running back then powered up the middle for nine more and Anderson County picked up 15 more on a personal foul penalty.

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