In sports action over the weekend…
The Giles County Bobcats claimed another win as they topped Franklin County Friday Night @ the Brickyard…42 to 14.
The Richland Raiders lost to Fayetteville Friday night on the road…42 to 6.
The University of Tennessee Vols struggled, but beat 0 and 5 UMass…17 to 13.
And, the Tennessee Titans topped the Seattle Seahawks…33 to 27.
It’s Friday…And High School Football takes center stage on WKSR and WKSR.COM.
Giles County has a date tonight with Franklin County, up next for the Richland Raiders is a game against Fayetteville.
Catch the Bobcats on AM-1420 & 100.9-FM…WKSR, and Richland on WKSR.COM Streaming tonight.
Martin Methodist Men’s Basketball head coach Scott Combs will be one of nine basketball coaches from the state of Tennessee featured at The American Cancer Society’s Nashville Coaches vs. Cancer Tennessee Tip-off Reception on Thursday, September 28th at Vanderbilt Commodore Ballroom in Nashville.
The event is intended to boost enthusiasm for the upcoming seasons while raising funds to support the American Cancer Society.
“I am excited and thankful to be a part of this year’s Nashville Coaches vs Cancer panel,” Combs said. “We enjoy our participation with Coaches vs. Cancer every season and we are excited to further that cause this year. Cancer is a cause we all connect with and a fight we can win.”
Combs, in his sixth year as head coach and Associate Athletic Director at Martin Methodist, is the lone non NCAA Division I head coach to appear on the panel.
Among the other coaches scheduled to be in attendance: Casey Alexander (Lipscomb), Bryce Drew (Vanderbilt),Rick Byrd (Belmont), Kermit Davis (Middle Tennessee), Matt Figger (Austin Peay), Steve Forbes (East Tennessee State), Dana Ford (Tennessee State), and Tubby Smith (Memphis).
ESPN college basketball analyst Sean Farnham will serve as emcee for the event.
Tickets are still available for the event for $100 with VIP packages available for $250. All guests must be 21 or older to attend. Tickets may be purchased at the event’s official website, www.ACSNashvilleCVC.com.
After a two-goal victory over Number 1 Spring Arbor University last weekend, the Martin Methodist Women’s Soccer team has jumped three spots up to the Number 1 ranking in the latest edition of the NAIA Women’s Soccer Coaches’ Top 25 Poll.
The Number 1 ranking is the first for the RedHawks in nearly nine years. The squad last ascended to the top spot in the September 2008 edition of the poll.
The RedHawks (8-0) were ranked as high as Number 2 in the final two weeks of the regular season a year ago.
The RedHawks next action is this Friday, when they host the University of the Cumberlands.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Grissom Pitch in Pulaski.
Offense, Defense, and Special Teams. The Titans took care of business in all three phases Sunday to win in Jacksonville on a day when quarterback Marcus Mariota completed 15-of-27 passes for 215 yards and a touchdown.
On this day, the Titans mission was accomplished.
The Titans beat the Jaguars in impressive fashion, rolling up a 37-16 victory with a dominating performance in the second half. The win evened Tennessee’s record at 1-1, which puts them tied with the Jaguars and Texans after week two of the NFL season.
Next up for the Titans is a tilt Sunday with the Seattle Seahawks.
It was twin wins in Giles County Friday night as the Giles County Bobcats and the Richland Raiders both claimed victories.
The Bobcats made quick work of White’s Creek winning 35 to 8 to go to 2 wins and 2 losses on the season.
The Richland Raiders added another tally in the win column, downing Grace Christian 26 to 22 to move to 2 wins and 3 losses on the year.
Next up for Giles County is a date Friday night with Franklin County, up next for the Richland Raiders is their Homecoming Game against Fayetteville Friday Night.
Catch the Bobcats on AM-1420 & 100.9-FM…WKSR, and Richland on WKSR.COM Streaming Friday Night.