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Rossview High School Hawks Football lose to Independence Eagles in First Playoff Game 35-25

 

Rossview High School HawksClarksville, TN – The stands on both side of the football field at Rossview High School were filled with chilly fans as the Hawks hosted their first playoff game against the Independence Eagles Friday night.

Both teams made multiple mistakes and multiple big plays in an exciting, back-and-forth game, but it was the Eagles who flew away with the win at the end of the night, 35-25.

Rossview loses to Independence in High School Football Playoff

Rossview loses to Independence in High School Football Playoff

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Montgomery Central High School Football loses home opener battle of the Indians, 13-34

 

Written by Marlon Scott

Montgomery Central High SchoolClarksville, TN – The Montgomery Central High school Indians (0-2) proved to be the inferior tribe, losing their home opener to the Harpeth High Indians (1-1) 13-34.

Big plays by the MCHS Indians in the first half turned into turnovers, penalties and broken tackles in the second half. Harpeth took advantage of every mistake, scoring 21 unanswered points in the second half.

“We played really well in the first half,” head coach Jeff Tomlinson said. “We played lethargic in the second half. I guess we got a little tired. A lot of the problem, second half-wise, we started having injuries.”

Montgomery Central vs. Harpeth

Montgomery Central vs. Harpeth

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Northeast High School Football opens season with 48-31 win over Centennial

 

Written by Scott Samuels

Northeast High School EaglesClarksville, TN – The Northeast Eagles opened up their 2013 football season with a convincing home victory over Centennial 48-31.

Although the Eagles ground game exploded for close to 500 yards rushing and 6 touchdowns on the night, it was the defense that set the tone early.

Northeast held the Cougars to 3 downs on their first possession, and on the ensuing punt, Northeast return man, Eric Webster, fumbled the punt and Centennial recovered at the Northeast 15 yard line.

The Northeast defense dug in and Centennial had to settle for a 33 yard field goal attempt that missed wide right. «Read the rest of this article»

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