NEWPORT—With a shortened week due to Thanksgiving, the elementary basketball circuit wrapped up its short week of play in a full slate of games on Monday evening.Edgemont 56, Cosby 28 (GIRLS)After trailing by one in the first quarter, the Lady Eagles couldn’t quite keep pace with Edgemont’s relentless attack, as the Lady Panthers dashed to a 28-point victory over Cosby on Monday evening.
COSBY—Cosby’s Hall of Champions slate on Saturday was about as up and down of a performance a team could get out of two games in one day.The Eagles gritted out a victory over West Greene to start the day, claiming a 69-62 win over the visiting Buffaloes, but were trampled by The King’s Academy Lions in the nightcap game with a 78-53 loss.Cosby (1-2) needed the victory over West Greene to bounce back from Thursday’s last second loss to Sevier County, but the Eagles couldn’t carry the momentum...
COSBY—Bouncing back from Thursday evening’s season opening loss, the Cosby High Lady Eagles quickly put the defeat in the rearview mirror as they claimed a pair of convincing victories in Saturday’s Hall of Champions contests.Cosby disposed of West Greene to start the day with a 78-33 victory over the Lady Buffaloes, while capping off the night with a 64-45 victory over The King’s Academy Lady Lions.The victories give first year Cosby head coach Cody Lowe his first victories in his young...
I don't think you can go on a tirade against your bosses like that and expect nothing to happen, but given Hoke is more like the nearly retired manager that was brought in to just keep the business going until a new boss was brought in...
#Vols. The whole thing is so #Vols.
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