Joe Kent has been promoted to interim head football coach at Sunbright after Chris Shillings’ sudden resignation last Tuesday. The Tigers evened their overall record to 2-2 last Friday night as they defeated Harriman 43-27. “It’s an honor to take over this program. The kids are behind the program and are craving discipline and direction and have responded to what the coaching staff has been able to bring to them in a short period of time,” Kent said.
Friday night was a historic night for a young Nolensville football program and veteran Alcoa coach Gary Rankin for different reasons. Nolensville, a second year school nestled in Williamson County beat Region 4-4A Lawrence County 41-0 to pick up the school’s first varsity win while Rankin already the state’s winningest coach picked up his 400th career win becoming the first Head coach in the Volunteer state to accomplish that milestone number.
East (48-8, .857 last week; 164-58, .738 overall; 129-34 last week statewide; 477-186, .719 overall statewide) Pigeon Forge at Alcoa * Pope John Paul at Baylor * Notre Dame at Boyd Buchanan * Cleveland at Bradley Central * Sweetwater at Brainerd * Chattanooga Christian at CAK * Gibbs at Campbell Co. East Hamilton at Chattanooga Central * Volunteer at Cherokee * Chattanooga Grace at Concord Christian * Sale Creek at Copper Basin * Happy Valley at Cosby * Oneida at Cumberland Gap * Gate City,...
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