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Down by three points, the Clarksville Academy Cougars had the ball near midfield with two minutes left and a chance to beat the Trinity Christian Lions for their first in-game win of the season.

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The Rossview Hawks needed only three plays on its opening drive to take control of their game on Friday night as a 70-yard run, followed by a Garrett Diemel 1-yard touchdown plunge put them up 6-0 against the Station Camp Bison.

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After taking a big loss in their opening night game on Sept. 4, the Clarksville Wildcats played their home opener on Friday, Sept. 11 and defeated Rockvale convincingly with a 49-28 final score.

After taking a weekend off from in-game action following their Aug. 29 loss to Central Arkansas, the Austin Peay State Governors traveled to Pittsburgh to take on the Panthers out of the ACC. It was their first match-up against an FBS opponent since 2018 when they lost 45-0 to the Georgia Bu…

The Montgomery Central Lady Indians played their third game of the week – and season – on Thursday, Sept. 10, hosting the Cheatham County Lady Cubs. With the combination of inexperience from the young season and exhaustion from having already played two games in three days prior, MCHS was unable to get on the board as CCCHS won 2-0.

Two winless teams entered Friday night’s contest in Ashland City eager to earn their first victory of the young 2020 season. It wasn’t pretty at times, but the West Creek Coyotes topped the Cheatham County Central Cubs 19-7. 

Friday night’s football game between Northeast and Rossview seemed like it was destined to be a shot-for-shot slugfest when the Hawks scored on a five-minute drive to open the night.

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The Clarksville Academy Lady Cougars welcomed the Ezell-Harding Lady Eagles into their gym on Wednesday for a district volleyball match but were left reeling. The visitors took all three sets by double-digit points.