Albany Herald

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Lee County improves to 5-0

LEESBURG — The No. 2-ranked Lee County football team rolled to an easy 64-14 win over Lithia Springs Friday night at Lee County High School in preparation for another big showdown. The Trojans (5-0) knocked off Class AAAAAAA powerhouse Lowndes, which was ranked ahead of Lee in national polls, last...
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Young Tornado DB’s Rise To Occasion In Win Over Gibson County

Union City, Tenn.–A pair of freshman cornerbacks saved the day for Union City. Tayehari Jones returned a late-game interception 86 yards for a touchdown and Cohen Simpson thwarted Gibson County’s final rally with another pick with less than a minute to play to help the Tornadoes hold off Gibson County 14-12 Friday night in Dyer.
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The Daily Sentinel

Tornadoes topple Golden Eagles, 73-36

RACINE, Ohio — These Eagles were no match for winds of this magnitude. The Southern football team blew out the Belpre Golden Eagles 73-36 at home Friday evening in a Tri Valley Conference Hocking Division matchup. The Tornadoes (3-1, 2-0 TVC Hocking) started the game cold, striking out on their...
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Big Red Falls At Dover

DOVER,OHIO (WTRF) – Steubenville lost for the first time this season 24-7 at Dover Friday night. Big Red led 7-0 in the second quarter, but the Tornadoes scored 10 straight to close the half for a 10-7 lead at the break. In the third quarter Dover would add a pair...

High School Scoreboard 9.18.21

The Electrics Heath Goodwin had a goal and an assist. Kaidin Harmon and Andrew VanMeter both added a goal a piece. Aaron Bowen made 3 saves. The Tornadoes were down 2-0 with 31 minutes left in the match but were able to battle back for the victory. TEAYS VALLEY: 1...
Sea Coast Echo

Bay defeats Purvis 40-33

The Bay High Tigers were involved in a shoot-out with Purvis on Friday in the Bay, but the Tigers held their ground, holding off the Tornadoes with a goal line stance with 7:32 remaining on the game clock. The Tigers would outscore the Tornadoes with a 40-33 win. The Tigers...

Tigers ready to keep momentum going with contest against Storm Lake

For the first time this season, the Tigers will be playing on natural grass. Their plan is to keep their running game going. In last week’s victory over Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson, the Tigers were able to gather up 177 total rushing yards and two of their scores that allowed them to gain a 24-14 victory over the Yellow Jackets.