COSBY—The Cosby High Eagles soared on Tuesday night, claiming their first District 2-A victory of the season.Cosby (2-2, 1-0 District 2-A) downed Clinch 105-24 to grab its second victory of the season after an up-and-down start to the season.“The ball moved better tonight,” Cosby coach Brad Flatford said. “We came out tonight and did what we needed to do, though.
COSBY—Youth isn’t slowing the Cosby High Lady Eagles up, as they continued their newly found winning streak on Tuesday night.Cosby (3-1, 1-0 District 2-A) made quick work of District 2-A foe Clinch, as the Lady Eagles downed the Lady Wildcats with a 69-10 victory in the Eagles’ Nest on Tuesday evening.Cosby’s large group of freshmen continued to impress in the victory, as the young group and their first year head coach continue to mesh well as the season gets underway.
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...
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Selecting a term
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