Cougar Soccer Makes it 3 in a Row.
- Thursday, 22 April 2021 23:41
Campbell County hosted the Oneida Indians this evening in a soccer border battle at CCHS. The game started quickly with CCHS taking a fast 1-0 as Caden Bostic got free behind the Indian keeper and pushed home a goal. The Indians stuck back moments later making it 1-1.
The game evolved into a defensive one for the remainder of the half as solid play there and at keeper saw the score stay at 1-1 for the next 30 minutes of game play. Then with 17 seconds remaining in the half Oneida was awarded a penalty kick. They pushed it past Cougar keeper Christian Tinch for a 2-1 lead headed to the half.
The second half saw more defensive and great keeper play from Tinch and the Indian keeper. More than 20 minutes of the 40 minute second half had elapsed with no score when Jeremy Weinberg fired a long hooking shot over the keepers head and into the back corner of the net. It was suddenly 2-2.
The Cougar offense began to take control of the game at that point. The ball was often on the Oneida side of the field and CCHS got kick after kick off on the Indian goalie. To the young man’s credit he defended quite well. With just over 3 minutes left it was still 2-2. Bryson Horton was on the attack again when he was blocked and ran into by an Indian defender. The officials ruled the Oneida defender wasn’t playing the ball and awarded Horton a penalty kick.
Horton spun the kick over the wall of Indian players, just over the outstretched arms of the keeper and just below the bar. The Cougars led 3-2. That proved the final margin as the Cougar defense didn’t allow the Indians any clear shots the rest of the way. It was the 3rd straight win for CCHS.
Deadline Approaching To Submit Comments For TWRA 2022 Fishing Regulations
- Wednesday, 14 April 2021 23:49
The deadline is approaching to submit comments for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s 2022 fishing regulations. The comment period concerning fishing regulations is open until April 19.
The TWRA welcomes public input as the comment period is an opportunity for the public to share ideas and concerns about fishing regulations with TWRA staff.
Public comments will be considered by fisheries managers and may be presented as proposals for regulation changes. Comments may be submitted by mail to: Fish Comments, TWRA, Fisheries Management Division, 5107 Edmondson Pike, Nashville, TN 37211or emailed to FishingReg.Comments@tn.gov. Please include “Fish Comments” on the subject line of emailed submissions.
The fishing regulations proposals are scheduled to be presented to the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission for review during its August 2021 meeting.
Cougar Tennis Splits Pair with Anderson County.
- Monday, 12 April 2021 23:57
The Cougars traveled to JayCee Park in Clinton this afternoon to take on the Mavericks of Anderson County in a district tennis battle.
The Mavericks took the win on the girls side of the ledger. Shelby Bargy did pull off a victory for the Cougars in her individual match.
On the boys side of things the Cougars fared much better, scoring a 7-2 win over the Mavs. As a doubles pair, Garrett Medley and Jack Leach took home a win, as did the pairing of Nate Walden and Drew Crowley.
The singles side saw an incredibly exciting match for 2 seed Jack Leach. After taking a commanding 6-1 lead in the race to 8 the Maverick he was facing rallied to tie it at 6 games apiece. Leach refocused and went all out over the final two games, leaping and diving all over the court for balls. He ended up getting out the final two games for an 8-6 win.
Nate Walden had an equally exciting singles match that went on until all other matches had finished. A determined Walden also pulled out an 8-6 victory for the Cougars.
Leach remains unbeaten in his first ever tennis season and has moved up to the #2 seed slot for the Cougars.
LMS Golf Takes Win
- Tuesday, 06 April 2021 15:02
On a cold and windy afternoon at LaFollette country club the LMS Owls battled the Jacksboro Eagles and Norris Senators.
LaFollette’s top four carded a 221 to take home the win. The Eagles finished second with a 232 and the Senators carded a 244.
On the girls side Colie Thompson finished 1st with a 62 on the day as all girl participants were individual players at the match.