The West Creek Coyotes welcomed five players back following suspensions via a week 2 altercation with Montgomery Central -- four of which made key plays throughout the game -- and hosted the Cheatham County Cubs in the first matchup between the schools.
Clarksville High School answered the call with a long road test against the Rockvale Rockets and controlled all three facets of the game in a 45-10 victory.
The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks got themselves their fifth straight-set win of the season – and second over the Kenwood Lady Knights – with a 3-0 win in Clarksville on Wednesday.
The Clarksville Northeast Lady Eagles set a dominant tone early on Monday, resulting in a quick 3-0 straight set victory over the Cheatham County Lady Cubs.
The top five teams remained the same in the Week 3 Main Street Preps Top 25 High School Football poll, though Ensworth and Brentwood Academy switched spots after Brentwood Academy’s 33-28 loss to McCallie.
Friday’s tilt between Kenwood and Clarksville Northeast was a battle of many things – talent, inexperience, athletes, runs, penalties, big plays, mistakes and comebacks.
After the West Creek Coyotes had five players -- including star running back Yahsir Thomas -- suspended stemming from an altercation against Montgomery Central last week,, they went in undermanned in their Region 7-5A opener against the Clarksville Northwest Vikings.
After losing a close first set to the Kenwood Lady Knights, the Montgomery Central Lady Indians appeared lackadaisical and defeat seemed like a very real possibility.
Don’t let the 0-2 records fool you: Friday’s game between the Clarksville Northeast Eagles and Kenwood Knights will feature two talented football teams.
The Rossview Hawks picked up their first win of the 2019 season in a back-and-forth affair with a 33-26 victory over the LaVergne Wolverines at Freedom Field.