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The Stone Memorial High School Panthers improved to 5 and 3 on the season with a 37-21 win over the Indians of Sequatchie County Friday night at SMHS. The Panthers trailed 14 to 12 at the half, but outscored the visitors 25 to 7 in the final two quarters to record the win. Carlos Barnette caught a TD pass and also ran for a score and Justin Johnson, Austin Seiber, and Blaze Hicks all had scoring runs for SMHS. The Panthers have a week off and will return to action Friday, October 24th, as they play host to the White County High School Warriors.
The CCHS Jets played host to the Sweetwater Wildcats Friday on senior night. Late in the third quarter Cumberland County scored to take a 13-9 lead. The Wildcats would answer scoring two touchdowns in a 1:12 span and went on to post a 22-13 road win. Kenny Brewer and Jake Kerley had TD runs for the Jets, now 0 and 7 on the season. Next up for the Cumberland County High School Jets is a road trip to Cookeville to take on the Cavaliers Friday, October 17th.
The SMHS Baseball Golf Tournament has been cancelled for Saturday, October 11 and Re-scheduled for Saturday, November 8 at 10 a.m. at Bear Trace Golf Course.
Cumberland County High School staff and students are committed to keeping teens safe on the road. They are asking everyone 14 and older to go to www.celebratemydrive.com once a day, every day, from Oct. 15 to Oct. 24. The more safe driving commitments our community makes, the better their chance to win a $100,000 grant and a private concert by The Band Perry. Learning to drive is a big step in life. State Farm Agent Bob Folger and Cumberland County High School both recognize getting a driverís license is an important and joyous time. Celebrate My Drive celebrates this milestone with new drivers by encouraging them to make positive choices like driving 2N2ģ: 2 eyes on the road and 2 hands on the wheel.
Please go to www.celebratemydrive.com today to support the CCHS JETS and safe driving.
The Predators have at least one fan in outer space. That would be Mt. Juliet native and astronaut Butch Wilmore who is on board the International Space Station. On Thursday, prior to the Pedatorís home opener in Smashville, Wilmore posted a tweet of himself wearing his Predatorís shirt and a big smile on his face. His show of support proved lucky, the Preds beat the Senators 3 to 2. Wilmore is set to return to Earth in March. Letís hope he can catch the next Predatorís game, which this Saturday (Oct. 11) against the Dallas Stars. The action starts at 7 on Sports Radio, 1490 WCSV. (Photo Courtesy Butch Wilmore/Twitter/EsPN).
The October meeting of the Crossville City Council is scheduled for 6:15 on Tuesday, October 14th. Agenda items include bids for health and dental insurance, an ordinance increasing the fees for violation of handicapped parking, and approval of street closures for events sponsored by Stone Memorial High School and the First United Methodist Church. Council will also be discussing the extension of an option for property on Interchange Drive. Council had previously approved a 60 day option for Project Enterprise to purchase just over 18 acres on Interchange Drive. They have requested an addition 120 days.