Chuckey-Doak seemed to use up all of its offense in its first five plays Friday night, but the defense carried the day as the Black Knights earned a hard-fought win over South Greene.The Knights kept Rebel quarterback Levi Myers on the run and never let tailback Derick Howlett get loose as they picked up a 14-0 victory at home – their first shut out of rival South Greene since 1991.Chuckey-Doak is now 4-2 overall, riding a three-game winning streak.
The Greeneville High School football team has scored with great proficiency this season.And each time the Greene Devils put points on the board, it does a little more good than just helping the team to victory – thanks to kicker Eli Shepherd.Over the summer, the senior joined a program called Kick-It, which raises money to fight childhood cancer. Every time Shepherd scores a point this season – either via extra points or field goals – he adds to the total he has raised to help the cause.
The Chuckey-Doak soccer team has had its ups and down this year, but as they finally get healthy the Lady Knights look like they are rounding into form at the right time.Chuckey-Doak answered a 7-0 win over Daniel Boone on Tuesday with an 8-1 victory over Northview Academy on Thursday and with just two weeks left in the regular season the Lady Knights look like they could be ready for a deep tournament run.“We’ve turned over a new leaf this week and I think we are finally starting to play...
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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