Topic: District 10-AAA
Clarksville, TN – Halloween night was anything but scary for Rossview High School’s football team, as they closed out their regular season with a 45-0 District 10-AAA victory over Northwest High School.
Success on fourth down and Viking turnovers were the early treats for Rossview (7-3, 6-1 District 10-AAA), as it capped off the opening drive of the game with a 35-yard touchdown pass from Muncie Prater to Isaiah Johnson on fourth down to give the Hawks a 7-0 lead, with 8:04 lead in the first quarter.
Kenwood High Knights Football pulls away in second half to defeat Northeast Eagles, awaits possible playoff berth
Clarksville, TN - It took a while for the Kenwood High School football team to get its offense going, October 30th versus District 10-AAA opponent Northeast High School, but the Knights exploded for 26 second-half points to pull away from the Eagles, 40-7.
With the win, Kenwood (5-5, 4-3 District 10-AAA) all but guarantees itself a spot in the Tennessee State Secondary Athletic Association playoff field – which starts November 7th.
The Knights were only able to score one offensive touchdown versus Northeast (2-8, 2-5 District 10-AAA) in the first half, but scored on each of its first three drives after intermission to blow the game open.
Clarksville High Wildcats Football secures Playoff Spot with 23-7 Win over Springfield Yellow Jackets
The formula was simple for the Clarksville High Wildcats football team to earn a spot in the playoffs Thursday night. With their postseason fate in their own hands, the Wildcats capitalized on turnovers to defeat the Springfield Yellow Jackets, 23-7, and advance to the playoffs.
A solid performance by the Wildcats on both sides of the ball was helped out by three Yellow Jacket fumbles. After a strong start which put them ahead 7-0 early in the game, the Yellow Jackets offense got sloppy and eventually stalled.
Clarksville, TN – The final week of the regular season high school football is here. This is the last chance for teams to play for the regular season championship, playoff possibilities or just pride.
The District 10-AAA regular season champion was secured last week. Another team earned their first District 10-AAA victory. Although some teams know their season is coming to an end this week, no team will finish the regular season winless.
Kenwood High Knights Football keeps playoff hopes alive with 20-17 win over Clarksville High Wildcats
Clarksville, TN – In what was a must-win situation to keep its post-season hopes alive, Kenwood High School got out to a 20-0 lead Friday night, October 24th at Hilda J. Richardson Athletic Field – then when off a late Clarksville High charge for a 20-17 District 10-AAA victory.
Kenwood (4-5, 3-3 District 10-AAA) would come out clicking on offense behind the play of quarterback Malcom Perry, as the Knights found the end zone on each of its first three possessions.
On their first drive the Knights would begin at their own 11-yard line, but moved out of the shadow of their own goal line with back-to-back first-down runs by AJ Richardson and Perry to get out to the Kenwood 32.
Clarksville, TN – Most of the Friday night lights were off in Clarksville last Friday because all the District 10-AAA football teams were on their Fall break.
However, while those teams were resting and gearing up for their last two games of the regular season, both the Clarksville Academy Cougars and the Fort Campbell Falcons were handling their business at home.
Clarksville, TN – The countdown until the end of the regular season continues and only two games separate most of the District 10-AAA football teams. After week 8, no team is undefeated overall, but one team is undefeated in league play and they have almost locked up the regular season champion spot.
With the Fall break, most of the teams have two weeks to prepare for their last two regular season games. The race so tight, these last two games could decide which teams will get to play at home in front of their own fans in the post season.
West Creek (37-13), the number-one seed out of District 10-AAA lost to Beech High School (34-7) in five games, 21-25, 25-16, 25-10, 21-25 and 15-11; while Clarksville High (16-7) – the number-two seed from 10-AAA lost in four games to Portland High School (31-16) by scores of 18-25, 25-20, 25-13 and 25-10.
Clarksville, TN – Isaiah Johnson and Tristin Luke combined for 293 yards rushing and five touchdowns, October 10th, as Rossview High School’s football team had no problems with West Creek High School in a 49-0 District 10-AAA victory.
Johnson, who finished with 193 yards rushing on 28 carries for Rossview (5-3, 4-1 District 10-AAA), scored all three of his touchdowns in the first half, while Luke – who totaled 100 yards on the ground – scored a late touchdown in the second quarter and the only touchdown scored in the second half by either team, coming in the third quarter.
Clarksville, TN – West Creek High School’s volleyball team picked up its first District 10-AAA tournament title in the program’s history October 9th, but had to fight off a determined Clarksville High School squad in a five-game thriller by scores of 22-25, 25-23, 25-15, 23-25 and 15-12.
The Lady Coyotes (37-12) had rolled through the district during the regular season, going 14-0 and only being forced into a five-set match only twice in those matchups, but found themselves down 1-0 to the Lady Wildcats (16-6) and trailing 22-14 in the second game – with their tournament title chances slipping away.
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