ACHS senior Zenni is an Eagle Scout

Anderson County High School senior baseball player Colton Zenni on Senior Night last Wednesday with his parents, dad Marty Zenni (left) and mom Andy Sessions (right).
He made a promise to his grandfather and he kept it.

Anderson County High School senior Colton player Zenni is more than a great student and high school baseball player.

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Mavericks sweep Cougars

The Anderson County Mavericks bounced back from a loss at Karns Monday to get a regular season sweep of Campbell County later in the week.

The Mavs fell at Karns in five innings by a score of 11-0. They collected five hits but four errors behind starter Ryan Moog proved costly.

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Five wins in a row for ACHS Soccer as season winds down

Last week, Anderson County Mavericks’ soccer was able to up their winning-streak to five games after playing against Campbell County High School.

The Mavs played without two key players, a starting defender and a midfielder, but were able to still put 11 guys on the field and earn a hard-fought victory against Campbell County.

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Lady Mavs get 19th win

Anderson County senior Molly Muncy (holding the ball) pitched for the first time since her freshman year on Thursday and held Knox Central to two hits en route to the 19th win of the season for the Lady Mavs.
The Anderson County Lady Mavericks routed Oak Ridge in a 20-1 road win on Monday night.

The Lady Mavs reeled off six runs in the first and six more in the second. The Lady Wildcats scored a run in the bottom of the first to make it a 12-1 game.

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Kennedy signs with Milligan College

Anderson County High School senior Kayla Kennedy signed a softball scholarship with Milligan College on Friday. Pictured are (front, from left) Betty Kennedy, Kevin Kennedy, Kayla Kennedy, Renee Kennedy, and Trevor Kennedy; (back, from left) Michelle Kennedy, Rita Byrge, Allen Russell, Gary Houck, and Gary Terry.

Dragons struggling to hit

Clinton’s Luke Perez slides home for the Dragons’ only score against Oak Ridge on Tuesday.
The offense sputtered last week as the Clinton Dragons dropped a district game at Oak Ridge on Monday by a score of 8-0.

The Wildcats got a run in the first and added another in the second inning but Clinton starter Alex Burton was able to keep them off the scoreboard again until the fifth inning. Oak Ridge scored three in the fifth and continued to rough up the Dragons’ bullpen as they scored three more in the sixth.

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