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HUNTSVILLE — Campbell County senior guard Jacob Walden had a big day at the Scott High School play day last Saturday, leading his team in points in both games the Cougars played.
The Jellico High School football program was granted its appeal at the TSSAA Board of Control meeting last Thursday, sending Jellico into Class 1A Region 1 for football.
The Jacksboro Middle School Lady Eagles continued their winning ways with a 47-31 victory at Oneida last Thursday.
The LaFollette Middle School Owls excelled at driving to the basket as they picked up victories in the middle school girls and boys games at Lake City on Monday.
Kasi Phillips made history last Thursday, becoming the first female player in school history to sign to play college soccer.
At the end of the third quarter, the Cougars led by just 2 points, 37-35, over Claiborne, and immediately to begin the fourth quarter, Claiborne sank a basket to tie the game.
Lady Cougars sophomore post player Haley Comer was pumped for Tuesday night’s opening game against Claiborne, and it showed.
As much talk as there was about football, the biggest sea change of the new 2017-2021 districts/regions locally is the new world that awaits the vast majority of Jellico High School sports.
Hometown boy and professional angler Brandon Card said he always wanted to start a tournament to benefit younger anglers but had trouble securing sponsorships.
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