Things were uncertain for the Clarksville Lady Wildcats when Krista Haake, a key contributor on the front line, went down with an ankle injury at the beginning of their Tuesday night match against the West Creek Lady Coyotes.
On Friday, the Portland Panthers defense smothered a two-point conversion attempt late in the fourth quarter to preserve a 21-20 home win over the Clarksville Northeast Eagles in Region 7-5A action.
Coming off a sour 7-6 loss the week prior, the Springfield Yellow Jackets could have panicked after their first drive against the Kenwood Knights on Friday went nowhere.
Featuring stellar defenses and a copious amount of saves by both goalkeepers and the goals themselves, Thursday night’s battle between the West Creek Lady Coyotes and the visiting Northwest Lady Vikings was everything a fan could ask for in a battle between two of Clarksville’s premier girls’ soccer teams.
Donelson Christian Academy volleyball rolled to a 25-7, 25-9, 25-9 sweep over visiting Clarksville Academy on Tuesday night. The Lady Wildcats honored their seven seniors before the match, including Reese Aldridge, Claire Cordell, Paige Eby, Ava Francis, Avery Neal, Chloe Paris and Shelby Rutzky.
With their 7-0 win over the Montgomery Central Lady Indians on Thursday, Sept. 9, the West Creek Lady Coyotes have already surpassed their win total from 2020 -- a season they considered to be one of their best in recent years.
The top 10 teams in the Main Street Preps football rankings didn’t budge this week, but there was a shakeup toward the bottom of the list.
Kenwood High School defeated West Creek 25-14 on Friday night to come away with their second-straight win in the Battle of the Mill and 10th in the last 11 meetings between the two teams.
Following a heartbreaking Week 3 loss against rival Clarksville High School, Rossview football head coach Todd Hood joked that he would consult New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick about how to recover from an emotional blow.
Clarksville Academy continued its best start to a season since 2012 with an 87-0 home victory against the Tennessee Heat on Friday, Sept. 10.