The first ever NASA, RallySprint was held September 23 at Frazier’s Motorsports Park in Tazewell, Tennessee. Seven drivers and riders brought their machines into town for the inaugural RallySprint event in this area. The vehicles were as varied as the states the drivers came from. Some drove as far as 11 hours to be part of history. It was a fast course with moderate difficulty over grass, dirt gravel and covered two miles in distance.
For one night only the Bulldogs turned back the clock and became the Blue Devils. Hundreds of former Claiborne County High School Blue Devils made the trip to reunite and cheer for their team as they played Oliver Springs. It took a monumental effort from the Blue Devils’ defense to lead Claiborne to victory. In the end, the Blue Devils scored last and won the game 12-10. Here is a gallery of photos from this special night.
The Claiborne Middle School Bulldogs welcomed Jacksboro into town for a big district football game on eighth grade night and the Eagles made a statement by pouring it on the Bulldogs 52-6. It was a tough night for the Bulldogs as they had three players fall to injuries. The loss was Claiborne’s first on the season. Look for more on the website and in print. Enjoy the gallery. Reach Allen Earl at 423-254-5588 or on Twitter @pitchadude.
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