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Jr. Cats defeat Warriors
Jr. Outlaws fall to Pickett in OT
Overton County Jr. Lady Cats defeat Algood
Cats blanked by Dragons 33-0
LA Golf competes in District Tournament
Lady Cats unbeaten in September
Lady Cats enter season’s last week
Outlaws defeat Clay County, move into playoff semi-finals

Jr. Cats defeat Warriors

Kathy Carr/OCN Sports
Defense was the name of the game on Thursday night as Jr. Wildcats’ Bubba Jolley, #7, Creed Hayes, #2, and Brandon Rupp, #30, tackled and held the Warriors of White County scoreless.

By KATHY CARR,
OCN Sports

Overton County’s Jr. Wildcats football team came out strong against a much bigger White County team on Thursday, Sept. 27 at the Livingston Academy football field, winning the game 22-0.

Livingston opened the game by kicking off to the Warriors who put together 4 plays with little gain in yardage, resulting in a fumble turning the football over to the Jr. Wildcats on the 40 yard line of White County.

Jr. Wildcats began with a ground attack putting a combination of 6 plays together for the first drive, resulting in a touchdown, with the 2-point conversion failing. This was the only score for the first quarter as the Jr. Wildcat defense held the Warriors.

In the second quarter of play, it looked as if neither team would put points on the board as both teams played aggressive defense. Time of possession and ball control changed hands throughout the quarter, with the Livingston team having the final drive before the half.

The Jr. Wildcats put together an impressive 12-play drive, combining the run with the passing game to score their second touchdown just before the half on a 2-yard run. The 2-point conversion was successful, and the score at the half was 14-0.

White County came out with a vengeance to begin the third quarter and drove the football down the field to Overton County’s 20 yard line, but once again lost the ball due to a fumble.

The Jr. Wildcats took over at their own 20 yard line. After a failed first down conversion, the Jr. Wildcats punted to the Warriors, who took over at Livingston’s 40 yard line. Four plays later, they turned the football back over to the Jr. Cats, bringing the third quarter to an end with the score remaining 14-0.

The fourth quarter belonged to the Jr. Wildcats as they continued to score another touchdown late in the game due to yet another fumble by the Warriors. A 25-yard run and a 2-point conversion completed the scoring for the Jr. Wildcats as they defeated the Warriors 22-0.

Total offensive yardage for the Warriors was 91 as they were unable to get in the endzone facing the strong defense of the Wildcats. They had 31 yards passing and 60 yards rushing.

The Jr. Wildcats proved to be too much for the Warriors as their ground attack put together 31 run plays for 185 yards. Passing yardage for the Jr. Cats totaled 74 yards, with completions of 5 of 7 passes. Total offensive yardage for Livingston was 259.

On Thursday night, Oct. 4, the Jr. Wildcats will travel to Jamestown to take on the Crush at 6:30 p.m.

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Jr. Outlaws fall to Pickett in OT

Landon Amonett/OCN Sports
Jarrod Bell makes a diving tackle attempt during the Jr. Outlaws’ playoff loss to Pickett County.

Overton County’s Jr. Outlaws faced Pickett County in the first round of the Upper Cumberland Youth Football League Playoffs Saturday, Sept. 29 at Livingston Academy’s Tom Davis Memorial Stadium.

The games went into overtime before the Pickett County team came away with a 12-6 victory. The Jr. Outlaws finished the year with a 3-4 record.

Jr. Outlaws 6, Pickett 12
Individual Statistics
Lead Rushers

(Carries-Yds.-TDs-1pt.)
Dylan Linder 10-3-0-0
Chase Meadows 1-5-0-0
Carter Hayes 15-(-5)-0-0
Tanner Dillon 1-(-2)-0-0
Blake Walker 1-(-17)-0-0
Total 18-11-0-0

Passing
(Comp.-Atts.-Yds.-TDs-2 pt.)
Carter Hayes 1-2-40-1-0
Tanner Dillon 2-7-26-0-0
Dylan Linder 0-2-0-0-0
Total 3-11-66-1-0

Receiving
(Catches-Yds.-TDs-2 pt.)
Blake Walker 1-40-1-0
Elijah Miller 2-26-0-0

Fumble Recovery

Cameron Blankenship.

Lead Tacklers

Dylan Linder 8; Drew Gore 7; Carter Hayes 5; Ethan Reagan 5; Blake Goolsby 4; Elijah Miller 4; Cameron Blankenship 3; Donnie Allred 1; Andrew York 1.


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Overton County Jr. Lady Cats defeat Algood

Overton County’s Jr. Lady Wildcats soccer team had one game last week, a road game against Algood Middle School.

The Jr. Lady Cats controlled the possession from the opening whistle, but had difficulty connecting passes needed to score. Their shots were ringing off the crossbar and sailing just wide of the goal with no results. The Algood keeper must have felt shell shocked for most of the first half, but she managed to keep the Lady Wildcats out of her net.

Second half play started out much like the first half with much of pressure and no results. Finally, 15 minutes into the second half, Coach Jolley and Coach Brady found the scoring combination in Barbara Nigro and Bailey Huck.

The aggressive play of the two forwards along with midfield support of Megan Kemp, Kelsey Webb, Haley Norris, Alex Keith, Sidney Looper, Megan Bass, Haleigh Gibbons, Savannah Gillentine, Stormy Nigro, Nakomie Garrett, and Mercer Coleman forced an errant pass by the Algood defense.

The misplay was immediately picked up by Bailey Huck, who found a wide open Barbara Nigro standing 20 yards in front of goal. Nigro took one touch on the ball to settle the pass and then banged it into the top of the net for the one and only goal of the game.

A junior varsity game was played immediately after, and players Emily England, Lynnae Reagan, Cedar Snider, Triston White, Madisyn Sims, Delaney McConaha, Katie Crawford, and Shai Gaw stepped onto the field ready to play. The girls played hard and did not let Algood score. The final score was 0-0.

After traveling to play Jackson County in the regular season finale on Monday, Oct. 1, Overton County will host the opening round of the Upper Cumberland Middle School Soccer Tournament on Thursday, Oct. 4.



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Cats blanked by Dragons 33-0

Landon Amonett/OCN Sports
Livingston Academy’s defense brings down a Dragon runner.

By MAC McLEOD,
OCN Sports

Just when it appears the Livingston Academy Wildcats correct one thing, two more go wrong. It’s been that way all season and it continued Friday night against arch rival York Institute in Jamestown.

And after playing two of the state’s top teams in the past two weeks, things don’t get any easier for the young and inexperienced Cats as powerful Austin East of Knoxville invades Tom Davis Memorial Stadium Friday night.

“Things that we are doing well is encouraging,” pointed out LA head coach Grant Swallows after a 33-0 whipping at the hands of the 5-0 Dragons.

“It’s the things that we consistently do wrong that simply kill us.

“Tonight we recovered a fumble early and had one of our best offensive drives of the season going when somebody missed a block and Brannon (McCoin) got blind sided and fumbled the ball. Then we missed tackles all over the place, and the results were predictable.”

Offensively, the young Cats did show signs of improvement in some departments. McCoin hit on 6 of 10 passes for 61 yards, and running back Kiefer Smith put on the best running display of theyear with 80 hard earned yards on 21 carries. Poor blocking at times held John Cody Brown, Cody Stafford, and Colton Hummel to a combined total of only 6 yards.

Two other bright spots included the pass receiving of Stenson Smith and the punting of Jacob Collins. Smith pulled in three passes for 32 yards, and Collins punted for over a 38 yards average.

“This was our best effort so far this season,” Coach Swallows went on. “We need to execute better, obviously. We continue to make critical mistakes.

“We are still young and still learning. For some of our starters, this was only their fifth game of their careers.

“York is a fine team and should do well in the playoffs. They have some fine athletes and it showed tonight. Their defense was very quick, and their quarterback (Dekota Jones) is a fine player.

“But we’re making progress, and I think that’s very important,” the coach continued. “We asked for their best effort this week, and for the most part, they gave it to us. That’s a step in the right direction.

“We made three big mistakes, and York took advantage of it. Young teams will do that, and good teams will make you pay.”

On the fourth play of the game, Livingston made its first mistake. With the ball at the York 43, York’s Lance Wright took a handoff from Jones, went right through the middle of the LA line, then made midfield adjustments to elude several would-be Wildcats tacklers and put the first 6 points of the night on the board.

But the visitors refused to fold, and on York’s next possession , the Wildcats recovered a fumble and started a fine methodical march up the field. Brown and Hummel rolled off the first 9 yards, then Smith hauled in a 10-yard pass from McCoin. Kiefer Smith moved 11 yards on the next two carries, and Stenson Smith pulled down another pass for 4 more. The Wildcats had started on their own 10 and now they were near the midfield stripe.

Then, just as they were starting to move, McCoin rolled out to pass and was hit from behind and fumbled the ball. Six plays later, the Dragons were on the board again. It was the fourth play of the second period, a period that would see a close game explode into a runaway.

After giving up only 7 points in the first period, Livingston would surrender 19 in the second period, then settle down in the second half and allow the home team only one touchdown.

York used a 52-yard run and a 35-yard pass combined with a 31-yard run to complete the second period scoring, and for all purposes, put the game out of reach. The Dragons led 26-0 at intermission.

A halfback pass by Stafford midway through the third period led to York’s final score of the night. After intercepting Stafford’s throw, the Dragons marched 40 yards in 5 plays for the touchdown.

Early in the final period, the Wildcats mounted another march that moved 69 yards in 15 plays and used up almost 9 minutes on the clock. The two Smiths, Kiefer and Stenson, accounted for most of the yardage, Kiefer on the ground and Stenson in the air, but the impressive drive came up one yards short of the goal line.

“On that drive, the line blocked well, “ Kiefer Smith pointed out after the game. “I was getting tired, but we wanted to score so badly that I tried as hard as I could, but just couldn’t get the ball in.

“We’re getting better, and we’ll continue to get better,” the junior running back added. “We haven’t given up, and as far as we’re concerned, each game is the beginning of a new season for us. We’ll get through this, and we will become a good team before it’s over.”

At the mid-point of the season, the Cats are without a victory in five starts. After Austin East this week at home for homecoming, Livingston will hit the road to Scott County, then return home for two weeks against Anderson County and Stone Memorial before closing the year at Knoxville Fulton.

Coach Swallows said, “Without a doubt, we play the toughest schedule in the state, and it’s been very tough on us for two years.

“When you are rebuilding, you would like a little lighter schedule, but we don’t control that. It’s our job as coaches to get this team better each week, and for the most part, I firmly believe that we are getting better. It’s just that when you play our schedule, a lot of the time, it doesn’t appear that way.

“Tonight we were better than we were last Friday, and that’s what we’re looking for. It’s not something that happens overnight. It takes time and patience. The players are trying to do what we want them to do, and we are making progress. I saw a lot tonight.”
The Yardstick
LA YI
11 1st Downs 13
86 Yds. Rushing 240
61 Yds. Passing 92
11/7 Pass Att./Com 6/4
0 Interceptions 1
1 Fumbles Lost 1
5/33 Punts/Avg. 3/42
40 Yds. Pent. 50
Score By Quarter
LA 0 0 0 0 – 0
YI 7 19 7 0 – 33


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LA Golf competes in District Tournament

Kathy Carr/OCN Sports
Livingston Academy’s girls golf team finished 3rd in the District 7-A/AA Tournament and advanced to the Region Tournament played Monday, Oct. 1. Lady Wildcats team members are, from left, Coach Elizabeth Maxwell, Emily Miller, Megan Stonecipher, Ariel Carr, and Assistant Coach Patty Dale.

Kathy Carr/OCN Sports
Clint West, center, finished as 2nd place medalist in the District 7-A/AA Tournament and advanced to the Region Tournament on Monday, Oct. 1. He is congratulated by LA Coach Elizabeth Maxwell and Assistant Coach Patty Dale.



Kathy Carr/OCN Sports
Emily Miller, center, finished as 3rd place medalist in District 7-A/AA Tournament. She is congratulated by LA Coach Elizabeth Maxwell and Assistant Coach Patty Dale.


By KATHY CARR,
OCN Sports

Ironwood Golf Course in Cookeville played host for the Girls District 7-A/AA Tournament on Tuesday, Sept. 25.

Although the Lady Wildcats had defeated all the teams except Clarkrange in district play in regular season, it was tournament time with all the excitement, stress, weather conditions, and course management to be taken into account. The Lady Wildcats team of three freshmen did not have their best day of play, but it was still good enough to come away with 3rd place, thus advancing to the Region Tournament on Monday, Oct. 1.

Emily Miller led in scoring for the Lady Wildcats, shooting a 91, with Ariel Carr shooting 96 and Megan Stonecipher 102.

DeKalb County’s Lady Tigers finished 1st with a team score of 173. Sullivan for DeKalb shot an impressive 80 for the tournament, which was difficult for the Lady Wildcats to overcome. Clarkrange Lady Buffaloes defeated the Lady Wildcats by one stroke at 187.

As the scores came in, LA tied for 3rd place at 187, and they had to win a playoff hole against a tough Monterey team to advance in tournament play. The Wildcats had three great drives on the playoff hole and finished with a bogey and two pars to clinch 3rd place, enabling play to continue in the Region Tournament.

Emily Miller finished as the 3rd place medalist for the tournament, shooting 86.

On Wednesday, Sept. 26, the LA boys golf team traveled to Cookeville Golf Club to participate in the District 7-A/AA Tournament as well. The Wildcats put together a solid performance with a team score of 333, placing them 4th by only 5 strokes.

DeKalb County placed 1st in the event, shooting 302, with Jackson County 2nd at 327, and Monterey 3rd at 328.

Scoring for the Wildcats was as follows: Clint West 74, Chris McDonald 84, Justin Watkins 85, Michael Ledford 90, and Kasey Beason 93. Clint West finished as the 2nd place medalist with a score of 74, and advanced as an individual player in the Region Tournament.

The first place medalist for the boys tournament was Denman from DeKalb, shooting a 66.

The Region Tournament was held at Cookeville Golf Club on Monday, Oct. 1 for both the girls and boys golf teams.

Lady Cats unbeaten in September



Jada Jackson controls the ball for LA against the Blue Devils.

Livingston Academy’s Lady Wildcats soccer team seemed to enjoy the cool September nights under the bright lights at the LA Soccer Field. They went through the month without a single loss.

The Lady Cats entered the final week of September with games against the Lady Blue Devils of Jackson County and the Lady Pioneers of Warren County, a District 7-AAA opponent.

The rematch with Jackson County was rather uneventful as LA was able to dominate from the opening kickoff. The Lady Cats were led by Kat Nigro with two goals and an assist, Lauren Robinson with one goal and an assist, and Heather Marshall with one goal and two assists.

The Lady Blue Devils were unable to mount an offensive attack against the LA defense led by SarahJane Maynord, Kelsey Sotis, Savannah Vaughn, Allysa Thompson, and keeper Allura Miranda.

LA Soccer Coach Ethan King added Brittany White, Mary Green, Jada Jackson, Amanda Lee, and Maria Hernandez to the field and was pleased with the outcome.

The game between LA and Warren County’s Lady Pioneers was the marquee matchup of not only the week but of the month. The Lady Pioneers have been struggling this year in District 7-AAA and were not in any mood to be beaten by a District 7-AA team.

Coach King came out with an offensive mindset, pushing Kat Nigro and Hillary Ramsey to the forward positions and operating the midfield with Lauren Robinson, MacKenzie McConaha, and Heather Marshall in an attempt to score an early goal.

Warren County tested the formation early by maintaining the bulk of the possession and not allowing LA out of the defensive third of the field.

When LA was able to dig the ball out on defense, they were able to transition into their offense through pinpoint passing and crossing balls by Sotis, White, and Ramsey.

Then Kat Nigro took a through ball from Lauren Robinson, dribbled to the end line, and scored in the early minutes of the first half, to make it 1-0.

The Lady Pioneers seemed more determined then ever to break through the LA defense of SarahJane Maynord, Allyssa Thompson, Savannah Vaughn, and Kelsi Sotis. Less then 5 minutes after LA took the 1-0 lead, the Warren County forward scored the equalizer.

Coach King switched some personnel around in attempt to gain more possession and control the game. The strategy worked almost immediately, the Lady Wildcats turned two late half possessions into goals. The first was a crossing pass played by Nigro to Marshall, who found the back of the net. The second was off a set piece when Marshall drove a corner kick into the middle of the 18-yard box and Kat Nigro headed it in for a 3-1 halftime lead.

Warren County fought hard in the second half, but could only find the back of the net one more time with less than 7 minutes left in the game.

The 3-2 victory gave the Lady Wildcats a record of 6-0-1 in September and 9-1-1 on the season.

Livingston Academy Soccer Senior Night will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 9, when the Lady Cats will take on DeKalb County in a 6:30 p.m. district game.

Lady Cats enter season’s last week



Kathy Carr/OCN Sports
Livingston Academy’s Chelsea Carr, #40, goes high for the slip while Kendria Kilgore, #54, plays the fake against Gordonsville in a district action loss.

By KATHY CARR,
OCN Sports

In the week of high school volleyball, the Lady Wildcats faced tough competition as they grew closer to defeating some district rivals but came up short in some matches.

On Tuesday, Sept. 25, the Lady Cats traveled to Gordonsville where they split matches with the Lady Tigers of Gordonsville and the Lady Wildcats of Monterey.

They were victorious in the first match against Monterey by a 2-0 score, which was much improved over the first meeting this season as the Lady Wildcats proved to be the better team on that night. LA put together a solid performance with blocking, serving, passing, and spiking in rhythm.

As the Lady Wildcats continue to improve, they still fell short against the hitting machine of the Gordonsville Lady Tigers with strong experienced hitters all over the court; however, the performance by the Lady Wildcats was much improved compared to the first meeting of these two teams. Even though they did not win a game in the match, the score was much closer than in the first match.

Red Boiling Springs was the host of the second match of the week with the Lady Bulldogs of Celina completing the tri-match.

Serving was the name of the game for Red Boiling Springs as the Wildcats had trouble with passing in this matchup. Red Boiling’s girls do an excellent job of covering the court and it is always difficult to get the ball down on this defensive team. The Lady Wildcats fell in the match 0-2 and suffered a disappointing loss; however, it did not take long to bounce back as they continued on to defeat the Lady Bulldogs of Celina in the final match of the evening 2-0.

This is the first year for Celina to have volleyball and they are much improved from the beginning of the season.

Macon County High School hosted their annual tournament on Saturday, Sept. 29 in an 8-team round robin single elimination tournament. Even though the Lady Wildcats finished 4th in their pool and was eliminated in the first round of tournament play, they played hard and seemed to begin to gel as a team.

Passing still seems to haunt the Lady Wildcats, which in turn minimizes the hitting effect; however, the court coverage and movement of the players seemed to progress. Although they came away with only one win for the day, defeating White House 2-0, the experience of tournament play can prove beneficial coming into district tournament time.

The Lady Wildcats fell to Station Camp 2-0 in the first match of the morning, and split games 2-1 with both Beech and Macon County to round out the tournament.

This week’s action will find the Lady Wildcats traveling to Stone Memorial in Crossville on Tuesday, Oct. 2 to take on the varsity and junior varsity teams. On Thursday, Oct. 4, Livingston Academy will host Macon County in the final home game of the 2007 season, which will also be LA Senior Night. Both matches will begin at 5 p.m.


Outlaws defeat Clay County, move into playoff semi-finals



Landon Amonett/OCN Sports
Loren Crowder, #28, races away on a big run for the victorious Outlaws in Saturday’s game.

Overton County’s Outlaws defeated Clay County 33-26 in the first round of the Upper Cumberland Youth Football League Playoffs on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Livingston Academy’s Tom Davis Memorial Stadium.

The Outlaws will next face Smith County in a 4:30 p.m. semi-final playoff game Saturday, Oct. 6 at LA.

Outlaws 33, Clay County 26
Individual Statistics
Lead Rushers

(Carries-Yds.-TDs-1 pt.)
Loren Crowder 17-136-2-0
Kaleb Qualls 10-82-1-2
Peter Hollars 2-39-0-0
Joey Creekbaum 1-37-0-1
Jordan Savage 2-26-0-0
Daniel Flatt 4-24-0-0
Logan Clark 2-8-0-0
Seth Parker 1-(-4)-0-0
Total 39-350-3-3

Passing
(Comp.-Atts.-Yds.-TDs-2 pt.)
Kaleb Qualls 2-3-14-2-0

Receiving
(Catches-Yds.-TDs-2 pt.)
Logan Clark 1-10-1-0
Jacob Masters 1-4-1-0

Interception
Davis Robinson.

Lead Tacklers

Joey Creekbaum 6; Logan Clark 5; Josh Blodgett 5; Davis Robinson 3; Jacob Weilenman 3; Hunter McDonald 3; Daniel Flatt 3; Wade Eldridge 3; Wade McDonald 3; Hunter Hutchinson 2; Bobby Allred 1; Ethan Beechboard 1; Darion Davis 1; Seth Ray 1; Jacob Norrod 1; Seth Parker 1.

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