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Jr. Cats fall to Blue Devils
Jr. Wildcats soccer streak ends
Wildcats take loss to state’s top team
LA golf teams conclude regular season
LA Baseball 4 man scramble to be held at Hidden Valley
Lady Cats defeat York again
LA takes district volleyball wins
Outlaws, Jr. Outlaws headed to playoffs

Jr. Cats fall to Blue Devils

Kathy Carr/OCN Sports
Jr. Wildcat Brock McCoin, #6, runs for a big gain as a host of Blue Devils close in for the tackle.

By KATHY CARR,
OCN Sports

Overton County Jr. Wildcats played host to the Blue Devils of Jackson County on Thursday, Sept. 20 as the football game proved to be all Wildcats in the first half and all Blue Devils in the second.

The Jr. Cats kicked off to Jackson County to start the game and had a good defensive stand forcing the Blue Devils to punt on fourth down; however after a fumbled snap on the punting situation, the Jr. Wildcats gained position on Jackson County’s 13 yard line, setting up the first score of game for the Wildcats. The 2-point conversion was successful with the Livingston team in the lead at 8-0.

Jackson County failed to score on their next possession, unable to gain the first down on a 4th and 9 situation, and the Jr. Cats took over on the Jackson County 42 yard line.

The Jr. Wildcats next offensive possession produced a 9-play drive culminating in a 15-yard touchdown pass. The 2-point conversion failed. The score early in the second quarter put Livingston in the lead 14-0.

Jackson County received the kick-off on their 30 yard line and put together a sustained drive, passing the football to score their first touchdown of the game on a 35-yard play. The Blue Devils then punched in the 2-point conversion, making the score 14-8 at the half.

Overton County received the football to begin the second half. An onside kick attempt by the Blue Devils failed, allowing the Jr. Cats to begin their drive on the Jackson County 46 yard line. Eight plays later, the Jr. Wildcats once again ran the football in. The 2-point conversion failed, and the scoring was done for the Jr. Wildcats.

Jackson County received the kick-off only to be stopped by the defense of the Wildcats. Three plays later, Jackson County intercepted a Wildcats pass to return 50 yards for a Blue Devils score, and the 2-point conversion wassuccessful. The score at the end of the third quarter had Overton County still in the lead at 20-16.

Fourth quarter action proved to be all Jackson County as the defense stepped up and held the Jr. Wildcats to three plays and out. Two plays later, Jackson County once again went to the air to score their third touchdown on a 59-yard pass, and the 2-point conversion was good. Jackson County took the lead 24-20 early in the fourth quarter.

Overton County threw what appeared to be a touchdown pass, but the play was called back for a holding infraction at the line of scrimmage. The fourth down attempt failed for the Jr. Wildcats, allowing the Blue Devils to take over on the Livingston 40 yard line. Four plays later, Jackson County scored their final touchdown on a couple of long runs. The 2-point conversion was unsuccessful.

Final score for the game was Jackson County 30 and Overton County 20.
The Jr. Wildcats ran the football 31 times for a total of 117 yards rushing while they were 2 of 8 passing with 27 total yards and 2 interceptions. The Wildcats were penalized 4 times for a total of 30 yards. Two punts for the Wildcats averaged 24 yards per kick.

Jackson County rushed for 34 yards on 26 carries while completing 7 of 9 passes for a total of 186 yards. They had 3 penalties for a total of 25 yards, and they did not attempt a punt.

The next action for the Jr. Wildcats will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27 as they host Sparta on the LA football field.

 

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Jr. Wildcats soccer streak ends



Megan Kemp moves the ball for the Jr. Lady Wildcats.

The winning streak stretched over three and a half seasons, involved more then 60 different athletes, and produced three consecutive middle school titles and a record of 42-0-1. But as all good things, this too came to an end.
The Overton Jr. Lady Wildcats started the week off on the right step by beating Cumberland County MS (CCMS) at home and running their win streak to 42-0-1.

The game was played end to end, with neither team mounting any offense in the first half. In the second half, behind the strong midfield pressure of Kelsey Webb, Mercer Coleman, Nakomie Garrett, and Stormy Nigro, as well as forwards Kelsey Copeland and Barbara Nigro, the Lady Wildcats were able to break through.

Stormy Nigro played a through pass on the feet of Kelsey Copeland breaking behind the defense. Copeland had been denied earlier by the CCMS keeper, but she was determined to stick this one in the back of the net, and she did off a booming right footed shot into the upper corner of the net.

Then the Jr. Lady Wildcats traveled to Cookeville to face the always powerful Lady Raiders from Avery Trace. The game was well attended by supporters of both teams. The Lady Raiders have always saved their best for the Lady Wildcats, but had come up short on all seven previous meetings, one in the finals two years ago.

The game started with the Jr. Lady Wildcats putting pressure on the Lady Raider defense. The Jr. Lady Wildcats broke through on a give-and-go pass from Barbara Nigro to Savannah Gillentine, who found the back of the net for an early 1-0 lead.

Things were different this day, the Lady Raiders fought back with 3 unanswered goals and took a commanding 3-1 lead.

Most teams would have folded, but not behind the leadership of Kelsey Webb, Kelsey Copeland, Mercer Coleman, Nakomie Garrett, Tara White, and Bailey Buck. The Jr. Lady Wildcats kept pressuring the defense until Copeland broke free right of the goal and buried a long range shot; however, the Jr. Lady Wildcats were unable to find the net again, and late in the contest Avery Trace scored another goal to go up 4-2.

The Jr. Lady Wildcats then hosted Jackson County Middle School in a Friday afternoon affair. The Jr. Lady Wildcats took little time starting a new streak by beating Jackson County MS 8-0 behind the scoring of Savannah Gillentine, Kelsey Copeland, Nakomie Garrett, and Mercer Coleman.
All of the junior varsity players participated in the game. Hailey Norris, Delaney McConaha, Alex Keith, Cedar Snider, and Triston White had the opportunity to put to use the skills they are learning at practices.


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Wildcats take loss to state’s top team



Landon Amonett/OCN Sports
Livingston Academy freshman quarterback Hayden Hill launches a pass in Friday’s road loss.


By MAC McLEOD,
OCN Sports

A week off during the regular season is usually a time to heal injuries and spend extra time getting ready for the next opponent. In most cases, it’s a welcome relief from the grind of a 10-game schedule.

And such should have been the case for the Livingston Academy Wildcats last week. After three one-sided losses to open the current campaign, the Cats had an extra week to prepare for Knoxville Catholic, the state’s number one 3A team.

But instead of using the extra time to prepare, it turned out the Wildcats used the time to beat up on each other, and when the game got underway Friday night in Knoxville, no less than 10 LA players were in street clothes, wrapped in bandages or hobbling around on crutches.

“At one point last week we had 16 players out for one reason or another, “ one LA assistant coach pointed out before the game.

With 49 players dressed out in the blue and white, it was somewhat an impressive sight to look across the field to no less than 104 Catholic Irish rearing to solidify their claim to the top spot in the region and in the state.

And within a quick 10 minutes into the first quarter there was no doubt about the outcome of the game. Scoring on their first 4 possessions, KC steamrolled over the visiting Wildcats with 28 points in the first frame, and 26 more in the next two quarters to take a one-sided 54-12 Region 2-3A contest. It was the second straight game that Livingston opponents have scored 54 points. Two weeks prior, Kingston posted a 54-14 victory.

“There is no way you can make any more out of this that what it is,“ Livingston Academy head coach Grant Swallows explained after the game, “but we have to look at the whole picture, and there were some bright spots out there tonight as well as some dim spots.

“Playing the number one team in the state is always a challenge, and we didn’t meet that challenge, but we were playing without some of our key players. That didn’t help at all.”

During the off week, along with all the injuries the Wildcats inflicted on themselves was one to long snapper, Matt Holt, and on three of the first four punts for Livingston , punter Josh Huitt had to run for his life due to bad snaps. Two hit the ground long before they got to Huitt, and one when completely over his head.

And the results were three Irish touchdowns.

So why was Huitt having to punt so much anyway?

For starters, the Irish defensive line looked more like the Tennessee Titans. When LA quarterback Brannon McCoin got under center, he was looking across the line at , 6-1, 205; 6-1, 205; 5-10 ; 6-1, 240; 5-10, 190; 6-2, 230; 6-1, 210. And if that wasn’t bad enough, every Irish player in the backfield was over 6 feet tall, and on the sidelines, just waiting to get into action was one player at 6-6, 300.

“They were so tall that when I tried to pass, I couldn’t see over them,” McCoin confessed. “On one play I had a receiver wide open, but I never did see him. All I could see was black shirts and gold helmets.”

And if McCoin couldn’t see over them, Ethan McDonald, John Cody Brown, Colton Hummel, and Cody Stafford certainly couldn’t run over them. In the first quarter, McCoin passed for a negative 4 yards, and the running backs combined for only 9.

What started out as a bad night only got worse.

While the Wildcats were struggling in the first 12 minutes, the Irish were rolling. After marching 57 yards on their first possession for a score, it only took a total of 56 yards to score the next three thanks to the bad snaps.

Things settled down somewhat in the second quarter, although the home team did score twice. Livingston managed some ground offense and Stafford broke through to sack the KC quarterback. During the period, the LA defense managed to make a stand and forced Catholic’s only punt of the night.

Livingston’s scores came in the fourth quarter after both teams cleared the benches. Freshman quarterback Hayden Hill connected on five straight passes covering 95 yards. He connected with Hummel for 8 yards, then found Stenson Smith across the middle for Livingston biggest offensive play of the night. The play covered 54 yards and came up only a yard short of the endzone. Hummel got the score two plays later.

A bad snap, the fourth of the night, prevented the point-after.
With a little more than 90 seconds left in the game, Hill connected with Brown for 7 yards, then found Stafford for 18 more. The scoring play came on a 19-yard strike to Blake Moon. The pass for 2 points failed.

Coach Swallows told his players after the game, “You never gave up and I like that. There’s nothing I can say that you haven’t heard before, but I will tell you one thing. Our coaching staff will show up Monday, and any of you who want to keep after it, show up as well.

“We’re going to get better. We play York this week, and if you don’t want to beat York, you don’t want to beat anybody.”

He later pointed out, “Somewhere along the line, we are going to find a turning point. We need something good to happen, and so far it hasn’t. We need something to build confidence, and I really think that when that happens, this will be a different team.

“In this league, no one is going to give you a thing, and even with hard work, most accomplishments come hard. We just have to keep working and not give up.

“Do we have to win? No. But we do have to make progress each week, and by making progress that we can see, I think we can move forward and be a better team.”

LA’s Wildcats will be in Jamestown Friday night to take on rival York Institute at 7 p.m.

The Yardstick
LA KC
7 1st Downs 10
61 Yds. Rushing 193
103 Yds. Passing 67
14/7 Pass Att./Com 7/5
0 Interceptions 1
1 Fumbles Lost 0
6/23 Punts/Avg. 1/45
0 Yds. Pent. 25

Score By Quarter
LA 0 0 0 12 – 12
K 28 13 13 0 – 54


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LA golf teams conclude regular season

By KATHY CARR,
OCN Sports

Livingston Academy’s Wildcats and Lady Wildcats concluded 2007 regular golf season play on Thursday, Sept. 20 as they defeated both Pickett County High School and Upperman High School at Ironwood Golf Course in Cookeville.

The Lady Cats shot a team score of 182 with the Lady Bobcats of Pickett County shooting a 196 and the Lady Bees of Upperman finishing with 228 after 18 holes of play. The medalist for the match was Ariel Carr of Livingston who shot an 88, and Megan Stonecipher finished second shooting a 94. Emily Miller for the Lady Wildcats shot a 106 to complete the scoring.

Michael Ledford led the scoring for the Wildcats with a 77; however he fell one stroke short of the medalist, Austin York of Upperman, who shot a 76.

The LA team came out successful as they shot for a combined score of 337 finishing first in the match. Pickett County finished second with a 348, and Upperman completed the match with a 356. The remainder of the scoring for the Wildcats included Chris McDonald 82, Clint West 84, Justin Watkins 94, and Kasey Beason 96.

The match on Thursday was a warmup round for both teams as the girls district tournament will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25 at Ironwood Golf Course in Cookeville, and the boys district tournament will be held on the following day, Wednesday, Sept. 26. Both teams have a very good chance of finishing in the top three, which would grant them a birth into the regional round of tournament play.

The region tournament for both the boys and girls golf teams will be held Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Cookeville Golf Club.


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LA Baseball 4-Man Scramble to be held at Hidden Valley



Hidden Valley Golf Club in Livingston will be the site for the 4th Annual Livingston Academy Baseball 4-Man Scramble on Saturday, Sept. 29. Proceeds are to go to LA Wildcats Baseball.
The scramble will begin at 12:30 p.m. Cost for participants is $25 per person. Prize money will be determined by the size of the field. A boat is up for grabs as a hole-in-one prize, and closest to the pin prizes will be awarded.

Lady Cats defeat York again

Landon Amonett/OCN Sports
Kat Nigro powers up the field in the Lady Cats’ win over York.


The Lady Wildcats hosted a re-match with the Lady Dragons of York Institute on Monday, Sept. 17.

The Lady Wildcats scored just 4 minutes into the game when forward Lauren Robinson redirected a crossing pass from Kat Nigro into the back of the net.

The Lady Dragons were disappointed, but did not lie down. They put tremendous pressure on the LA defense of Savannah Vaughn, Allyssa
Thompson, Kelsi Sotis, Kara Vaughn, and SarahJane Maynord. LA goalkeeper Alaura Miranda came up with several big saves.

Just before the halftime whistle, the lady Dragons scored off a corner piece to tie the game 1-1.

During halftime, Coach Ethan King shuffled his formation, starting at forward was Hillary Ramsey and Kat Nigro, and moving to the midfield was Lauren Robinson, MacKenzie McConaha, and Heather Marshall.

The Lady Wildcats’ offense took over, pressuring the Lady Dragons into forcing numerous errant passes.

LA regained the lead on a perfectly played through ball off the foot of Lauren Robinson into the streaking Kat Nigro. Nigro beat the defenders and drove the ball into the back of the net for the 2-1 lead.

The formation seemed to confuse the Lady Dragons defense as Ramsey and Nigro were able to consistently find holes in the defense. With 10 minutes left in the game Robinson made a perfect pass to Nigro, who stood alone in the corner. Nigro played a crossing pass to the 6 yard box to

Heather Marshall and she headed it in for the final goal of the game.
In the second half, Alaura Miranda came up with a number of big saves to bolster the defense and turn back the Lady’s Dragons offensive pressure.

The victory ran the Lady Wildcats district record to 4-0 with a 2 game lead over the second place team and just 4 district games remaining.

Livingston Academy hosted Smith County’s Lady Owls in the first district meeting between the teams this season on September 11.

The Lady Owls had some athletes that pressured the Lady Wildcats’ defense early in the contest. The LA defense, led by SarahJane Maynord, was up to the task and fought off their assault.

LA’s offense took over, pressuring the Lady Owls all over the offensive half of the field. Once the LA barrage started, it could not be stopped, with goals from four different players – MacKenzie McConaha, Heather Marshall, Kat Nigro, and Lauren Robinson with her first goal of the season. Coach King sent in Mary Green, Jada Jackson, Maria Hernandez, and Amanda Lee to keep the momentum going.

After running their overall record to 5-1 and district record to 3-0, the LA Lady Wildcats visited the Lady Jets of Cumberland County.

The Lady Jets were flying early with 2 goals in the first half and tons of pressure on the LA defense. The Lady Wildcats managed to tighten the gap just before the half off a Kat Nigro shot that rang off the crossbar and was finished by Heather Marshall.

In the second half, Coach King inserted Allyssa Thompson, Kara Vaughn, and Alaura Miranda to bolster the defense, as well as Hillary Ramsey to help add offensive pressure. The strategy worked, and halfway through the second half LA won a direct kick and Heather Marshall tied the game 2-2.
The action continued for the final 20 minutes on both ends, but neither team was able to find the winning goal.

After hosting Jackson County on Tuesday, Sept. 25 in a 6 p.m. game, Livingston Academy will host AAA opponent Warren County on Thursday, Sept.27.


LA takes district volleyball wins

Kathy Carr/OCN Sports
Lady Wildcat Adrian West, #3, gets up for the spike on Jackson County as they pull out a 2-0 victory on the road.

By KATHY CARR,
OCN Sports

Jackson County’s Lady Blue Devils have been tough to beat all year, but on Thursday, Sept. 20, the Lady Wildcats managed to do just that. LA had been unsuccessful in their meetings with Jackson County several times this season, but the Lady Cats put together a team effort to pull off the victory.

In game one of the match, Livingston Academy defeated the Lady Blue Devils 25-20, but could not take game two for granted as they squeaked by 26-24 for the match victory 2-0.

Blocking seemed to be the key element for the defensive Lady Cats as the hitters for Jackson County found it difficult to get their spikes down past the net. This part of the game has been much improved as the year has progressed.

In the second match of the evening, the Lady Cats took on the Lady Lions of Cannon County, and defeated them 2-0. The score for game one was 25-14, with Cannon County fighting back in the second game to make it somewhat closer at 25-20.

LA Volleyball Coach Christie Jenkins commented after the game, “Our seniors have really improved throughout the season. Everyone has had to adjust to a new coach.

“A lot of our starters did not get to play a lot last year, so it has been an adjustment for everyone. We have gotten better in the last two months with our hitting, spiking, and serving. Everyone is playing hard and working together.”

The wins moved the Lady Wildcats regular season record to 12-10 with the district win/loss record being 7-5.

After continuing play on Tuesday, Sept. 25, traveling to Gordonsville to take on the Lady Tigers of Gordonsville High School and the Lady Wildcats of Monterey High School, the Lady Cats will travel to Red Boiling Springs to take on the host team as well as the Lady Bulldogs of Clay County High School in the tri-match to begin at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27.

Livingston Academy will also compete in the Macon County High School Volleyball Tournament in Lafayette on Saturday, Sept. 29 along with seven other teams from the Middle Tennessee area.

Outlaws, Jr. Outlaws headed to playoffs

Overton County’s Outlaws and Jr. Outlaws will play in the first round of the Upper Cumberland Youth Football League Playoffs on Saturday, Sept. 29.

The games will be held at Tom Davis Memorial Field at Livingston Academy, with the Jr. Outlaws taking on Pickett County at 3 p.m. and the Outlaws taking on Clay County at 4:30 p.m.

Overton County’s Outlaws program hosted Pickett County for homecoming on Saturday, Sept. 22.

The Sr. Outlaws won 35-0, to close the regular season with a 4-2 record. The Jr. Outlaws lost 7-12, to close the season at 3-3, and the Jr. B Outlaws won 26-0, to finish the season undefeated and without being scored upon in 6 games.

Outlaws game
Outlaws 35, Pickett County 0
Individual Statistics
Lead Rushers

(Carries-Yds.-TDs-1 pt.)
Daniel Flatt 2-90-1-0
Kaleb Qualls 3-48-2-2
Logan Clark 2-34-0-0
Peter Hollars 1-7-1-0
Dylan Young 1-5-0-1
Loren Crowder 1-5-0-0
Seth Parker 1-3-0-0
Total 11-192-4-3

Passing
(Comp.-Atts.-Yds.-TDs-2 pt.)
Kaleb Qualls 6-9-117-1-1
Seth Parker 0-1-0-0-0

Receiving

(Catches-Yds.-TDs-2 pt.)
Davis Robinson 2-35-1-1
Jordan Savage 1-32-0-0
Logan Clark 2-30-0-0
Loren Crowder 1-20-0-0

Fumble Recovery
Austin Qualls.

Lead Tacklers

James Owens 4; Joey Creekbaum 3; Devin Copeland 3; Peter Hollars 3; Logan Clark 3; Seth Parker 2; Jordan Savage 2; Austin Qualls 2; Dalton Gore 2; Josh Blodgett 2; Darion Davis 2; Ethan Beechboard 1; Hunter McDonald 1; Matthew Burnett 1; Jacob Weilenman 1; Mason Jolley 1; Dylan Young 1; Gage Vaughn 1.

Junior Outlaws game
Jr. Outlaws 7, Clay Co. 12
Individual Statistics

Lead Rushers
(Carries-Yds.-TDs-1pt.)
Dylan Linder 13-55-0-1
Carter Hayes 11-20-0-0
Total 24-75-0-1

Passing
(Comp.-Atts.-Yds.-TDs-2 pt.)
Tanner Dillon 2-6-68-1-1
Dylan Linder 2-3-22-0-0
Carter Hayes 1-1-17-0-0
Total 5-10-107-1-1

Receiving
(Catches-Yds.-TDs-2 pt.)
Elijah Miller 2-80-1-0
Blake Walker 2-17-0-0
Chase Meadows 1-10-0-0

Interception

Chase Meadows.

Lead Tacklers
Dylan Linder 8; Drew Gore 8; Andrew York 4; Carter Hayes 4; Ethan Reagan 2; Elijah Miller 2; Chase Meadows 2; Tanner Dillon 1; Donnie Allred 1; Cameron Blankenship 1.

Junior B Outlaws game
Jr. B 26, Clay County 0
Individual Statistics
Lead Rushers

(Carries-Yds.-TDs-1 pt.)
Wade Neely 3-147-2-0
Blake Qualls 6-39-1-0
Brody Johnson 1-8-0-0
Chase Looper 2-0-0-0
Total 12-194-3-0

Passing

(Comp.-Atts.-Yds.-TDs-2 pt.)
Blake Qualls 1-2-30-1-1

Receiving
(Catches-Yds.-TDs-2 pt.)
Wade Neely 1-30-1-0
Lance Jackson 0-0-0-1

Lead Tacklers
Jarod Bell 8; Wade Neely 3; Blake Qualls 3; Jacob Ford 3; Cody Cantrell 3; Jarrett Key 2; Joseph Thompson 2; Ben Maxfield 1; Brody Johnson 1.

 

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