Topic: Henry County
Clarksville, TN – The holiday and severe weather warnings quieted the high school basketball courts this week. Most teams got an extra week of rest with an opportunity to eat lots of turkey and possibly catch up on homework.
A couple of teams did hit the courts over the weekend.
Clarksville, TN – The Henry County Patriots pounded out 270 total yards and five touchdowns on the ground to eliminate the Northeast Eagles in state semifinal football play, 43-14.
“It feels good. Didn’t make it last year, back this year, It feels good. The kids deserve it.They played hard,” Henry County’s head coach James Counce said. “Northeast is a very good football team, well coached. They have a lot of talent.”
Clarksville, TN – While the temperature drops, the courts heat up as teams strive to get wins before the holiday break. Almost every team has picked up their first victory of the season after two weeks of action.
However, a few are still trying to figure out what it will take to get a check in the win column.
Clarksville, TN – Run the football and play solid defense.
It is a simple formula for success for the Northeast Eagles and on Friday night in playoff quarterfinal action at Gallatin, the Eagles used it again to overpower the Gallatin Green Wave 27-14.
Dontavious Merriweather and Montrell Pardue provided a potent one-two punch on the ground for the Eagles that the Green Wave could not contain.
Nashville, TN – Harvests from Tennessee’s first Young Sportsman Deer Hunt of the 2013-14 season were very similar to the fall of 2012, showing a slight increase. The youth hunt was held across the state on October 26th-27th.
The young sportsmen harvested 8,484 deer in Tennessee’s 95 counties. The number is up 150 deer from 2012’s 8,334. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – Five Tennesseans lost their lives in home fires over this past weekend. Four adults and one child were killed in house fires in Hamblen, Carter, and Henry Counties. Preliminary results of the fire investigations indicate that the fires were accidental in nature.
Every day preventable fires happen in Tennessee causing millions of dollars in property damage and in the worst cases, loss of life. The State Fire Marshal’s Office wants individuals across the state to take action and talk to loved ones about fire prevention in the home. «Read the rest of this article»
Roaring 20’s Themed “Night at the Cotton Club” Fundraiser
Clarksville, TN – Tickets are still available for the Two Rivers Chapter “Ante Up for the Red Cross” to be held on Saturday, November 9th from 6:00pm–10:00pm. The event will be hosted at Tanglewood House located at 1601 Madison Street.
Tickets are $75.00 each and include food, entertainment and a silent auction. To reserve your tickets, please call 931.645.6401 or register and purchase tickets online at www.redcross.org/anteup2013 .
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s football team watched Henry County play all but one offensive down on its side of the 50-yard line in the first half, October 11th at Hilda J. Richardson Field, as the Patriots build a 19-0 lead on its way to a 31-14 District 10-AAA victory over the Wildcats.
Henry County (8-0, 5-0 District 10-AAA), the number-one ranked team in the state in Class 5-A, had five of its six first-half drives start at the Clarksville High 42 yard line – or deeper – with the Patriots scoring on four of those five chances.
Clarksville’s Rossview High School Football’s rally comes up two-points short against Top-Ranked Henry County Patriots
Clarksville, TN – After getting behind 20-0 in the first half, Rossview High School’s football team put a huge scare into the state’s number-one ranked team in Class 5-A, with Henry County escaping the Hawks with a 29-27 District 10-AAA win.
Rossview (4-1, 1-1 District 10-AAA) lost two fumbles and an interception its first four possessions of the game, with two of those being turned into touchdowns by the Patriots to put the Hawks down 14 midway through the second quarter.
Rossview High School Lady Hawks soar past Henry County High School Lady Patriots 3-0 to remain Undefeated
Written by Marlon Scott
Clarksville, TN – The Rossview High Lady Hawks kept their undefeated streak alive with a 3-0 (25-7, 25-13, 25-12) win at home against the Henry County Lady Patriots.
The Rossview High gym was filled with sounds of shoes squeaking on hardwood, whistles blowing and the distinct “Pow” of bare hands powerfully slapping volleyballs. Most of those “Pows” came from the Rossview Lady Hawks side of the court as their hitters proved to be too much to handle for the Lady Patriots defenders.
Now playing at the Movies
Showtime information provided by Discover Clarksville.
© 2006-2010 Clarksville, TN Online is owned and operated by residents of Clarksville Tennessee.