The Rebel golfers celebrated the last home match for five 2019 graduating seniors by sweeping both the ladies and gentlemen's matches over Gleason and South Fulton on Monday, September 17th, at Carroll Lake Golf Club.
The Bethel University Wildcat game at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida Saturday was the NAIA National Football Game of the Week, and it lived up to that status as the Wildcats remained undefeated with a 40-35 win over the Fire.
The Huntingdon Middle School Mustangs won their fourth game of the year against one loss as they defeated West Carroll 36-14 in the last home game of the year.
What was a historic five-game winning streak for West Carroll came to an end Friday night as the War Eagles suffered their first loss of the season 24-0 to the visiting Gibson County Pioneers.
Friday night, against visiting McKenzie, the Rebels were treated to a horror feature: The Montez Bradley Show. The senior Tiger running back collected 236 yards and five touchdowns in Waverly's 54-13 victory. He had scoring runs of 51, 10, 55, 18 and 72 yards.
Five different players scored touchdowns for the Central Tigers as they evened their 2018 football record to 3-3 by defeating 7-1A opponent Gleason 57-6 Friday night at Joe T. Herndon Stadium.
The Mustangs won a hard-fought game against a quality opponent in the same manner that they have won their first five games of the season, and with the win they improve to 6-0.
HOME FOR HOMECOMING — Retired NFL star and Carroll County native Patrick Willis poses with Susan Cary at Huntingdon’s football game. Willis attended both Central and Huntingdon’s homecoming games Friday night.
PRETTIEST FLOAT — The Huntingdon High School junior class’ Hawaiian float was awarded as Most Beautiful during Friday’s homecoming parade. The juniors also claimed the Spirit Jug from Thursday night’s bonfire.
MOST SPIRITED FLOAT — The Huntingdon High School senior class’ rolling Battleship board game was picked for showing the Most School Spirit during Friday’s homecoming parade. The seniors also won the Spirit Stick for making the most noise at the pep rally on the court square.
The Huntingdon High School homecoming football queen is Morgan Cole, daughter of Stacey and Cindy Cole. Her escort was Jacob Churchwell, son of James and Debbie Churchwell.
The Huntingdon Middle School Mustangs notched their third win of the season in five games as they defeated Union City at Paul Ward Stadium on Thursday with a 16-12 win over the Golden Tornadoes.
Senior Ana-Kate Welsh was crowned as Central’s football homecoming queen in pre-game ceremonies Friday night. She is the daughter of Chris and Ann-Marie Welsh. She was crowned by football team captain senior Dalton Williams, son of Robert and Jennifer Williams.
Friday night, Trinity Christian Academy assistant football coach Drew Hayes looked across the sideline at the coach who mentored him and the players who donned the same uniforms he wore 13 years ago.
Friday, at Trinity Christian Academy, McKenzie led for 32:34 and held a two-score lead late into the third quarter when the hosting Lions, on their homecoming, outpaced the Rebels 20-7 in the final 15:34 of the game to win 40-33.
The Huntingdon Mustangs capped off a perfect Homecoming week as the Mustangs improved to 5-0 for the season and 2-0 within Region 6-1A with a 56-7 win over McEwen who entered the game tied atop the region with the Mustangs after one week of region games.
Kelley Complex was the site of a huge cross-country event on September 11 as Huntingdon High School hosted 22 different schools and 334 runners competing on a 3.1-mile course that started at the soccer field and winded around the baseball fields and armory and finishing at the soccer field.
On September 7, the annual golf scramble was held at the Carroll Lake Golf Course to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County, Inc. This year there were 14 teams participating and eight hole sponsors. Through the generous support of these individuals and businesses, approximately $2,750 was raised for this worthwhile endeavor.
Members of this year’s West Carroll Junior High Football Homecoming Court were recognized during pregame ceremonies Thursday night in Atwood. Eighth grader Summer Wren received the crown as homecoming queen.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) selects award-winning schools annually based on their demonstrated progress in pursuing character-driven athletics.This year, 171 NAIA institutions earned the Five-Start Institution Award and Bethel University made the honorable list.
Huntingdon High School homecoming activities get underway this week with a number of activities that will conclude on Friday, with the naming of Mr. and Miss Huntingdon and the homecoming royalty.
Central eighth grade cheerleader Madisyn Garrison, daughter of Brittany Roig and Todd Garrison, was crowned queen by team captain Preston Hollingsworth, son of Michael and Angie Hollingsworth.
The Bethel Wildcats jumped into the NAIA 2018 Football Coaches' Top 25 Poll Monday coming in at No. 19 in the nation. The Wildcats sporting a 2-0 record play host to Keiser University (2-0) Saturday. The Seahawks received votes in the poll. Kick-off is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. at Wildcat Stadium.
In their most decisive victory of the season so far, the West Carroll High School War Eagles upped their record to 3-0 with a 35-14 win over the Humboldt Vikings Friday night in Humboldt.
After a week off and going 1-1 in their first two games, the Huntingdon Middle School Mustang football team faced the Camden Middle School Lions on the road in Camden Thursday night.
The Huntingdon Mustangs began Region 6-1A play and ran their seasonal record to 3-0 by defeating the Central Tigers 55-0 at Joe T. Herndon Stadium Friday night. The loss pushed the Tigers seasonal record to 1-2.
The McKenzie High School Rebel golf teams traveled to Dyersburg Monday, August 20, to play in the Dyersburg Invitational at The Farms golf course against several teams, many of which being larger schools than McKenzie.
For the second year in a row, the Huntingdon Mustangs faced a powerhouse from Class 2-A in the Waverly Tigers, and for the second year in a row the Mustangs won a shootout with the high-powered Tigers.
In a game involving two of the smallest football playing schools in the state, Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School evened its seasonal record to 1-1 with a 18-14 victory over the Greenfield Yellow Jackets at Joe T. Herndon Stadium last Friday night.
The West Carroll High School War Eagles held their own Friday night against a tough Murray, Kentucky team, but when the final buzzer sounded, they were one point short (13-12) against the Tigers during the opening round of the McDonald’s Football Challenge Friday night at Henry County High School.
Milan has 15 players returning from a team that lost to eventual Class 3A state finalist Covington in the playoffs last year. McKenzie has only seven returning starters.
The Huntingdon Middle School Mustangs got their 2018 season off to a great start and gave new head coach Ben Carter a win in his first game as the Middle Mustangs used a strong ground game and defeated Milan 40-18.
The Huntingdon QB Club Jamboree kicked off the football season this past Friday night in what is believed to be the 54th edition of the jamboree that began at Lexington in 1964.
The InSideOut Initiative—a nonprofit aimed at transforming the “win-at-all-costs” sports culture in communities across the country—will launch soon in Tennessee.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do,” said Jamie Williams, head coach over the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers, following the Tigers’ pre-season scrimmage against Scotts Hill Friday evening on Central’s practice field.
The McKenzie High School golf team will begin its 2018 campaign on Monday, August 6, with a home match at Carroll Lake Golf Course against golfers from Huntingdon, Clarksburg, and Gleason.
Although the Huntingdon Mustang football team has been in full pads for only four days, they appeared to be in post season form and their offense was in high gear during scrimmage action last week against Ripley at Paul Ward Stadium in Huntingdon.