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Chase Taylor Tournament held
Jr. Cats fall short in season opener
LA third quarter surge builds Cats’ confidence
Lady Cats undefeated on the links
Lady Cats score big in district
Cats strong against Jets, struggle in district play
Overton County Sluggers attend State Tournament

Chase Taylor Tournament held

Karen’s Dog House of Beauty took 1st place in the Chase Taylor Softball Tournament held recently in Livingston. Team members are, front row from left, Tina Hastings, Brittany Cantrell, Michelle Blakley, Peggy Cantrell holding Lexie Taylor, daughter of Chase Taylor, Gwen Rhoton, Trudy Barrett, Ashley Barrett, middle row, Phil Hastings, Brian Thurman, Missey Winningham, Tracey Welch, Jeff Hammock, Melanie Staggs, Donnie Staggs, back row, Chris Winningham, Kylor Winningham, Dylan Winningham, and Travis Staggs.

Dale Hollow Power Sports finish 2nd in the Chase Taylor Softball Tournament. Chase Taylor’s daughter, Lexie Taylor, front, congratulated team members, second row from left, Heather Huddleston, Michellia Choate, Ashley Cook, Kathy Walls, Dedra Booher, back row, Tim Moons, Adam Duvall, Billy “Butter” Melton, Josh Thrasher, and Lonnie Reeder. Team members Greg Bibb and Tamara Bibb are not pictured.

Monkey Shockers placed 3rd in the Chase Taylor Softball Tournament. Team members are, sitting from left, Heather Walker, Vicky Dishman, Whitney Walker, Stephanie Pennington, Angela McDougle, standing, Billy Abbott, Wayne Huckeby, Stilwell, Joey Dyer, Brian Smith, Jonathan Smith, Charlie Partain, and Christina Smith, congratulated by Lexie Taylor, daughter of Chase Taylor. Joey Dyer and Whitney Walker were the home run derby winners.

 

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Jr. Cats fall short in season opener

Kathy Carr/OCN Sports
Putting together a good defensive stand, Daniel Booher, #85, and Cory Hamilton, #58, bring down one of the Macon County Tigers in the season opener on Thursday night, Aug. 30.

By KATHY CARR,
OCN Sports

After the game cancellation with Tompkinsville, KY, in week one due to the extreme heat conditions, the Overton County Jr. Wildcats football team opened the 2007 season in week two facing a very talented team from Macon County.

The Jr. Wildcats defense made a strong showing against a well-balanced offensive attack from the Tigers of Macon County. The only score from the Jr. Wildcats came early in the first quarter when safety, Dustin Matthews, picked a pass and ran it back 62 yards for the first TD of the 2007 season.

The Jr. Wildcats led 6-0 at the end of the first quarter.

The offense for the Jr. Wildcats put together 3 completed drives for a total of 75 yards, 62-yard pass interception return, 13 yards running, 0 yards passing, and 10 yards in two penalties for illegal procedure for a total offensive yardage of 65 for the half.

The Tigers put together 4 offensive drives during the first half of play for a total of 146 yards. Their offensive attack was balanced with 79 yards running and 77 yards passing. The Tigers were penalized twice, once for holding, for 10 yards, and once for illegal procedure, which was declined.
The defense of the Jr. Wildcats fought off the Tiger offensive attack and went into the half leading by a score of 6-0.

To open up the second half, the Tigers scored on the first offensive run play, going 84 yards for the touchdown. The PAT was no good and the score was tied at 6-6 to start the second half.

Macon County kicked off to the Jr. Wildcats, but they fumbled the football
on the first offensive play of the second half. The Tigers once again scored on the first play of the second offensive series, running 28 yards for the TD. The PAT was blocked by Ricky Lisi of the Jr. Cats, leaving the score at 6-12 early in the third quarter.

The Tigers put together a long drive, only to be stopped by the Jr. Wildcats defense at their own 25-yard line; however, the Tigers went on to score once more, with the 2-point conversion being successful only after a bad snap and the kicker running it into the endzone.

Macon County had a total of 176 yards in the second half, and was penalized twice for illegal procedure, totaling 10 yards. They ran for 150 yards and passed for 36 yards.

The Jr. Wildcats biggest gain offensively came with a 30-yard pass from quarterback Creed Hayes to Jim Officer in the fourth quarter; however, the Jr. Wildcats failed to get the first down and Macon County took over late in the fourth.

The Jr. Wildcats had 8 total yards running and 28 yards passing in the second half. They were penalized one time for illegal procedure, totaling 5 yards.

The final score was Overton County 6 and Macon County 20.
Coach Terry Melton stated after the game, “Youth and inexperience showed up at the game tonight. We are basically young and inexperienced, and that was our biggest enemy.

“Being our first game of the season, Macon County had too much age and experience on us. We did not handle it very well.

“Tyler Shirley made tackles all over the field and played a good defensive game for us. Punting was pretty good for our first game of the season as well.”

The Jr. Wildcats will travel to Baxter on Thursday, Sept.6, to play the Cornerstone Yellow Jackets at 6:30 p.m.

 

 

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LA third quarter surge builds Cats’ confidence

Landon Amonett/OCN Sports
The Livingston Academy defense makes sure the Trousdale County ballcarrier is far out of bounds in Friday’s night’s loss at Hartsville.


By MAC McLEOD,
OCN Sports

It had been three games, dating back to the ninth game of last season that the Livingston Academy Wildcats had scored a touchdown, and it had been much longer than that since they scored more points than their opponents. As a matter of fact, it had been a long time since anyone could proudly point to an outstanding effort either offensively or defensively.

Since the 2005 state championship, football had fallen on hard times for the Wildcats and their faithful followers, and each week the question was asked: when will the rebuilding start to show results.

Well, mark the 8:24 point of the third quarter in last week’s non-regional contest against always powerful Trousdale County. It was then that finally the Wildcats put a halt to the Yellow Jackets’ drive, came back with their best offensive drive in over a year, and turned a runaway contest into a respectable 28-13 loss that could have as easily been, at worst, a tie and sent the game into overtime.

“When we stopped them there early in the third period, something changed,” explained senior starter Gary Massengille. “I think we suddenly realized that we could play defense, then the offense got on a roll and this team changed.”

To say the least, things have been dim for the Wildcats of late. Last season was a complete disaster , with a 1-9 overall record and four games being scoreless for LA while opponents racked up 370 points. The offense could do little more than run three plays and punt, and the defense had more holes in it than Swiss cheese.

All fingers could point to youth and inexperience.

Then a 28-0 season opening loss to Smith County two weeks ago appeared to point to more of the same. A bad third period defensively and a very week offensive effort overall had defeat written all over it.

And it could have continued Friday night in Hartsville, until suddenly, the LA effort came to life, and before it was over, a new Wildcats team had emerged.

Trousdale put together an impressive 84-yard drive on its first possession of the night, and took a 7-0 lead with 4:16 remaining in the opening period. The Jackets regained the ball after a short LA drive and marched 58 yards, scoring on the first play of the second period and led 14-0.

Then to make matters worse, a 47-yard pass play gave the home team another score on their very next possession. Things were looking bleak for the Wildcats.

It was at that point that it became apparent running the ball was not the answer. Livingston needed an injection of something and it came with 9:08 remaining in the half. Sophomore quarterback Brannon McCoin rolled to his right, spotted Blake Moon racing down the sidelines, and hit him with a perfect 45-yard pass. Moon fought off two defenders and scampered into the endzone. The play covered 69 yards and gave McCoin and Moon their first scoring pass of either’s career.

Moon explained later, “It was a perfect pass, and when I got it, all I could think about was getting to the goal line. The offensive line did a great job of blocking, and that allowed me to get open. Brannon made a great throw too. It fired us up.”

Indeed it did. After Josh Huitt kicked the extra point, Livingston trailed by only two scores, 21-7, and it was apparent that this was not the same team that took the field 20 minutes earlier.

On their very next possession, Livingston pounded out an impressive 88-yard march, using the strong running of John Cody Brown and McCoin’s newfound passing game. Brown chewed up 27 yards on the ground in the drive, and McCoin connected on three passes for 32 yards. The big play was another McCoin to Moon pass that covered 13 yards, and suddenly, the Wildcats were within striking distance at 13-21 with a little over one minute left in the third frame.

Both Brown and McCoin had high praise for the offensive line.

“Those guys (the line) really got fired up,” Brown smiled after the game.

“They gave Brannon time to find a receiver, and they gave me some nice holes to run into. We could feel the excitement returning.”

McCoin added, “You have to give the line the credit. I had time to throw and our running backs just pounded out the yardage behind their blocks.”
Trailing by only 8 and having the ball after another fine defensive Wildcats effort, Livingston Academy started a march that would apparently end in a touchdown, but would be marred by a controversial official’s call.

After moving from their own 20 to the Yellow Jackets’ 29 on a well designed and executed drive, mixed with running and passing, McCoin again found Moon in the endzone and hit him with a perfect pass; but the official called offensive pass interference and the play was called back. To say the least, it was devastating.

Moon said, “We were both going for the ball and we both hit each other. But there should not have been a flag. We can’t change that though, so we’ll learn from it and move on.”

Two plays later, McCoin tried the pass again and this time it was intercepted and returned for a 90-yard Trousdale score.

For the first time in a long, long time, the LA offense produced more than 100 yards both on the ground and in the air, and defensively, the Wildcats stopped the opposition dead in the entire second half, yielding only 54 yards on the ground and none via the pass.

LA head coach Grant Swallows told his team after the game, “I am so proud of you guys I’m about the explode. That second half effort is what we have been talking about, and you guys got after it and played excellent. The call of the pass is something you have to learn in life. Things don’t always go as you want them to go, but you stayed in there and did your job.
“Now we have lost our first two games, but they don’t count. They were non-region games and I think we found out tonight that we can play this game. Now we have to get ready for a tough road ahead. Our region is one of the toughest in the state and this week we start region play with Kingston.

“Let’s go after it like we went after this and we’ll be fine.”

Swallows later stated that he felt like McCoin matured a lot Friday night, and the offensive and defensive line put forth a fine effort.

“Our running backs ran hard, Brannon stepped up and took charge, and our line play was very good with a few exceptions ,which you have to expect,” the coach concluded. “Tonight, I believe, was a turning point in our program , but we can’t forget that it will get harder as we get into region play. But this will certainly build our confidence.”

Kingston will come to town Friday night for a 7 p.m. game. Last year LA lost to the Yellow Jackets, on the road, 20-0.

The Yardstick
LA TC
1st Downs- LA 16, TC12
Yds. Rushing- LA 131, TC 213
Yds. Passing- LA 190, TC 47
Pass Att./Com- LA 29/14, TC 2/1
Interceptions- LA 0, TC1
Fumbles Lost- LA 0, TC 0
Punts/Avg.- LA 5/27, TC 2/40
Yds. Pent.- LA 55 TC 50

Score By Quarter

LA 0 7 6 0 – 13
TC 7 14 0 7 – 28

Scoring
TC – Payne, 4-yard run. White kick
TC – Hall, 2-yard run. White kick.
TC – Ford, 47-yard pass from Brown. White kick
LA – Moon, 69-yard pass from McCoin. Huitt kick.
LA – Moon, 13-yard pass from McCoin. Kick blocked.
TC – Brown, 90-yard pass interception. White kick.

 

 

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Lady Cats undefeated on the links

Kathy Carr/OCN Sports
Members of the 2007 Livingston Academy golf team are, kneeling from left, Lady Wildcats Courtney Livingston, Ashley Nesbitt, Megan Stonecipher, Emily Miller, and Ariel Carr, standing from left, Assistant Coach Patty Dale, Wildcats Justin Watkins, Kasey Beason, Chris McDonald, Robert York, Michael Ledford, and Clint West, and Coach Elizabeth Maxwell.

By KATHY CARR,
OCN Sports

The Livingston Academy golf teams rolled on through week four of the 2007 season with two big district matches.

On Monday, Aug. 27, LA traveled to Smithville to take on DeKalb County, Smith County, and Pickett County.

The LA girls team won the match by defeating a very good DeKalb County team by only 3 strokes, 87 to 90, while Pickett County finished 3rd with a score of 97. Smith County did not have a girl golfer to compete in this match.

The medalist for the match was Sullivan from DeKalb County shooting a 40. Emily Miller from LA finished a close 2nd with a 41, and Ariel Carr from LA finished 3rd shooting a 46. Megan Stonecipher shot a 50 and Courtney Livingston shot a 64 to round out the scoring for the Lady Wildcats.

The LA boys team went up against an exceptional DeKalb County team on this particular day of golf, as the Tigers shot a 152 defeating the Wildcats score of 167. Pickett County finished a close 3rd behind the Wildcats with a score of 170, while the Owls of Smith County rounded out the match with 205.

Denman from DeKalb County shot 2 under par at 34 to receive the medalist honor, with Clint West shooting 1 over par for a score of 37 to tie for 2nd with Garrett of DeKalb County. The remainder of the scoring for the Wildcats were as follows: Michael Ledford 41; Chris McDonald 44; Justin Watkins 45; Kasey Beason 46; and Robert York 49.

On Tuesday, Aug. 28, the Wildcats faced another tough district matchup with the Blue Devils of Jackson County coming to town to play against LA, Pickett County, and Clay County, with only 3 strokes separating the three teams.

Pickett County won the match with a score of 156, while Jackson County finished 2nd at 157, and Livingston Academy placing 3rd with a 158. This was a great match with all teams shooting very well.

The medalist for the boys ended with a tie at 35 between Robinson from Jackson County and Gibson from Pickett County.

Team scoring for the Wildcats included: Michael Ledford 38; Clint West 38; Chris McDonald 39; Robert York 43; Justin Watkins 47; and Kasey Beason 48.

The LA girls team finished in 1st place, shooting an 82, with Pickett County 10 strokes behind at 92. Jackson County has only one girl golfer, who shot a 48.

The medalist for the girls match was Megan Stonecipher from LA shooting a 40, with Ariel Carr from LA and Megan Cummings from Pickett County both finishing 2nd with a score of 42.

The remainder of the scoring for the Lady Wildcats included: Emily Miller 46; Courtney Livingston 58; and Ashley Nesbitt 62.

The LA golf teams took both matches against the Cavaliers of Cookeville High School and the Bobcats of Pickett County on Thursday, Aug. 30 to round out the week of play. Cookeville High School brought their junior varsity team to town to take on the Lady Wildcats, as they had previously defeated their freshman team earlier in the season.

The girls match was interrupted by rain, therefore only the top two scores were taken to determine the winner. The Lady Wildcats of Livingston Academy finished 1st with a score of 84, with Cookeville finishing 2nd at 88. Pickett County had only one golfer finish, Kate Jolly, who shot a 49. Third place had a 3-way tie among Ariel Carr and Emily Miller of LA and Sarah Dixon of Cookeville, all shooting a 42. The remainder of the girls’ scores was incomplete due to the rain delay and inability to finish the match.

The LA boys team finished the match in 1st place, shooting a 150. Pickett County and Cookeville tied for 2nd, both at 158.

Clint West was the medalist for this match with a score of 34, with Michael Ledford a stroke behind him at 35. The remainder of scoring for the Wildcats are as follows: Justin Watkins 40; Kasey Beason and Chris McDonald 41; and Robert York 43.

When asked about the exciting young girls team this year, Coach Elizabeth Maxwell said, “The girls’ team this year has had a wonderful start. We have four freshmen girls this year, and one sophomore new to the team. 

“I have been coaching the golf team now for six years, and we have never had more than two girls in a season. We have mostly had just one girl, never five.  When I played there was just me, and I think Andrea Raines was the only girl when she played as well.

“If we can get these girls more match experience and tournament ready to play, I am expecting great things by the end of the year.”

 Concerning the boys team, Coach Maxwell said, “We are led by our lone senior, Michael Ledford. He is playing well and was able to shoot one under at home on Thursday.  Michael is just solid.  He has been to state two years in a row. Our region hosts this year, so he will be qualifying for state at a course he is used to. 

“Clint West, a junior, has also been playing well so far this season, and shot two under against Cookeville.”

The LA girls team remains undefeated this season, but the match with Monterey on Thursday could prove to be a region title match. LA and Pickett County will host the Wildcats of Monterey at Hidden Valley Golf Club on Thursday, Sept. 6.

 

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Lady Cats score big in district

LA’s SarahJane Maynord uses her head in the win at York.

The Lady Wildcat’s soccer team opened district play with a pair of victories over the Jackson County Lady Blue Devils and the York Institute Lady Dragons.

The games were as different as the directions the team had to travel to play them. LA faced little pressure from the Lady Blue Devils, hammering their goalkeeper with shots. The scoring was early and often, led by Kat Nigro with 3 goals and a goal each by Brianna Colson, Heather Marshall, McKenzie McConaha, and Maria Hernandez.

Brittany White, Hillary Ramsey, Mary Green, and Jada Jackson stepped on the field ready to play and kept the offense going. Savannah Vaughn, Kelsi Sotis, and SarahJane Maynord did not let many balls through the LA wall. Lauren Robinson made numerous strong long shots that just couldn’t find the back of the net.

The Lady Dragons of York Institute proved to be a scrappy bunch, and were bolstered by a large contingent of fans shouting encouragement like it was a district final.

York took the play to LA in the early minutes, jumping to a 1-0 lead. But the Lady Cats fought back with long-range shooting and offensive pressure provided by Lauren Robinson. LA scored the tying goal off a well driven corner kick by Heather Marshall that was finished by Kat Nigro.

Both teams fought hard for the remaining 20 minutes of the first half, neither willing to give an inch.

The aggressive play of Lauren Robinson forced the Lady Dragons into a costly penalty kick situation. Lady Wildcats Coach Ethan King called on McKenzie McConaha to take the PK and she promptly ripped it into the top corner, giving LA a 2-1 halftime lead.

The Lady Cats continued the second half exactly where they finished the first. Kat Nigro played the second half kickoff to the feet of Lauren Robinson who took little time finding the passing lane back to Nigro, and she buried the ball in the back of the net for a 3-1 lead.

The LA defense had little problem protecting the lead behind sweeper SarahJane Maynord, Savannah Vaughn, Kelsi Sotis, Brianna Colson, stopper Kara Vaughn, defensive back Alyssa Thompson, and goalkeeper Megan Winton.

Coach King sent Jada Jackson and Amanda Lee into the game, and they left their opponents scrambling for the ball.

Coach King said, “The win put the girls in the driver’s seat in the district. They still have not played DeKalb or Smith County.”

After a home game against Stone Memorial High School on Tuesday, Sept. 4, Livingston Academy will host Smith County on Tuesday, Sept. 11.
Coach King was not looking past the Stone Memorial Lady Panthers.

“They beat us last year in a close physical match. The girls are looking forward to having another chance at them.”

A home game had been scheduled against Monterey for Thursday, but had to be cancelled.

“They were unable to put a team together this year,” Coach King said.

Cats strong against Jets, struggle in district play

Kathy Carr/OCN Sports
Lady Wildcat Chelsea Carr, #40, sets the volleyball to middle hitter Kendria Kilgore, #54, who made the kill to win the district battle against Upperman 2-0.

By KATHY CARR,
OCN Sports

The Livingston Academy volleyball team began last week with an impressive win over AAA Cumberland County High School by winning three straight games.

The score of the first game was 25-14, with a much closer score of 25-21 in the second game. The Lady Jets came yet a little closer in the third game of the match, falling short by only 3 points at 25-22.

The junior varsity teams played at Crossville as well, with the Lady Jets being victorious over the Lady Wildcats.

On Tuesday night, Aug. 28, the Lady Wildcats traveled to district rival Upperman in Baxter to play a double-header against the Lady Bees of Upperman and the Lady Owls of Smith County. All three teams were very well matched and somewhat young with inexperienced players on the court. Upperman has only one senior while Livingston Academy has only two seniors on the roster. Upperman graduated several seniors in the 2006 season, which provides an opportunity for the younger players to gain some much needed experience.

The Smith County Lady Owls play exceptional court ball, leaving very few open spots on the floor. The Lady Owls defeated the Lady Wildcats in two straight games; however the Lady Wildcats fought back to defeat the Lady Bees of Upperman 2-0 in the final matchup for the night.

Livingston Academy Lady Wildcats completed the week of play by traveling to Monterey on Thursday, Aug. 30 to play the host team Monterey High School and the visiting team Gordonsville High School. This night proved to be very unsuccessful as the Lady Wildcats lost to both teams. The LA Wildcats split games with Monterey; however Monterey was able to put away the third game winning the match 2-1.

Gordonsville defeated the Lady Wildcats in the final matchup of the evening by the score of 2-0.

Livingston Academy will resume district play as the Lady Cats host Cannon County and Jackson County at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6.

 

Overton County Sluggers attend State Tournament

Overton County Sluggers placed 3rd in State Tournament held recently. Team members are, front row from left, Tabatha Campbell, Brittany McDonald, Kayla Ferrell, Stasha Babb, Courtney Garrett, Angela Hammock, Coach Robin Capps, Jimmy Bilbrey, second row, Brandi Crawford, Daniella Smith, Trista Nelson, Brittany Cantrell, Ashley Tharp, Nakisha Buck, and Coach P.J. Cole. Team members not pictured are, Jasmin Dishman, Amber Crawford, Danielle Ray, and Kendra Boles. The team expressed appreciation to everyone who made it possible for them to compete in the State Tournament and World Series.

 

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