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TWF sponsors free opportunity for youth to try shooting sports

Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) is hosting kids in grades 4-12 on Oct. 1 and Oct. 8 statewide, to try shooting sports. The free recruiting days will introduce youth to the world of shotgun shooting and get them connected to a team in their area. SCTP will host a total of 18 events across several counties throughout the state, including nearby Carroll County.
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Enrollments — the numbers all coaches are eyeing closely

Welcome to The Bootleg, where you'll find The Tennessean's top high school football stories each Thursday and Saturday. I'm Tom Kreager, the high school sports editor. For those that have been navigating over to the TSSAA's website looking for the latest enrollment numbers, be patient a little longer. The numbers will appear soon. TSSAA...
NASHVILLE, TN
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Experience adventure in the Smokies with Tommy’s Motorsports

CROSSVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – In East Tennessee we love to get outdoors especially this time of year as the leaves are changing. Whether you enjoy ATVs, side-by-sides, or motorbikes Tommy’s Motorsports is ready to outfit you and your family for your next adventure. With summer winding down our...
CROSSVILLE, TN

Your Middle Tennessee High School Football Week 7 Guide

Can you believe it’s already week 7 of high school football? Source is following Middle Tennessee football action in the following counties: Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Maury, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Wilson, and Williamson. This summer, the TSSAA Board of Control voted to return to the traditional handling of forfeitures and cancellations for the 2022 season. Any […] The post Your Middle Tennessee High School Football Week 7 Guide appeared first on Cheatham County Source.
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States Longest Interception Return Record Tied Live on BBB TV-12

UPDATE (9/27/22 – 1:50 pm): The TSSAA HAS approved this as a 109-yard interception return which ties the state record. If you watched the OEB Law Game of the Week – Harriman at Rockwood on Friday night, then you saw Tennessee State Football History being made. Dryston Turner, a 5-10″ senior running back for the Rockwood Tigers intercepted a pass by Harriman in the back of the endzone, ran around a defender and headed for daylight. 109-yards later, Turner had returned the interception for a touchdown and Turner put himself in the record books tying a 32-year old record set by Calvin Blade on September 9, 1990 in the Fayette Ware vs. Memphis Prep game.
ROCKWOOD, TN
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VOLLEYBALL: Coffee Middle sweeps Tullahoma for CTC title

Coffee Middle School volleyball Lady Raiders beat Warren County in the semi-finals and then swept rival Tullahoma 2-0 to claim the 2022 Central Tennessee Conference Championship Tuesday afternoon at North Middle. The win caps a 16-5 season for CMS that saw the Lady Raiders settle for second place in the...
TULLAHOMA, TN
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2022 Middle Tennessee High School Football Scores – Week 6

Middle Tennessee high school football week seven is in the books, and we have all the finals right here. The schedule below comes from TSSAA and features the nine following Source counties: Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Maury, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Wilson, and Williamson. Scores will be updated as finals come in.   Cheatham White House Heritage […] The post 2022 Middle Tennessee High School Football Scores – Week 6 appeared first on Cheatham County Source.
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