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Local football teams listed among state's most dominant

A national website has compiled a listing of the 20 most dominant high school football programs in Tennessee over the last 10 seasons, and half of those hail from the Midstate. 54 more words

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CPA names ex-Louisville player as new softball coach

Kristi Heath, a former collegiate softball player at Louisville, has been named coach at Christ Presbyterian Academy.

Heath will replace Jennifer Martin, who resigned after six seasons to spend more time with her family. 130 more words

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East Nashville's McAfee commits to Wofford

East Nashville slot back Lennox McAfee, who rushed for 928 yards last season, has committed to Wofford.

He also had 237 receiving yards and 555 return yards. 84 more words

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CPA hires 6-time state champ as coach

Tom Gerlach, a six-time state champion at Christian Academy of Knoxville, has been named the boys soccer coach at Christ Presbyterian Academy.

Gerlach, 43, led CAK to Class A/AA championships from 2003-07 and 2009, and placed runner up in 2008. 293 more words

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KHSAA bans Cordia basketball for 2014-15

The Kentucky High School Athletic has ruled that Cordia High School’s basketball team cannot play any scrimmages or games in the coming season and must forfeit all boys’ games from 2013-14 for using at least one ineligible player in all the games. 498 more words

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Clifton qualifies for national championships

Ensworth rising junior Charlie Clifton has qualified for the USA Diving Junior National Championships and the age group national championships at the University of Tennessee. 173 more words

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New faces in charge as practice begins

For the first time in two decades, Terry Anderson wasn’t on the sidelines when Overton began football practice in full pads on Monday.

The Steve Williams Era started for the Bobcats, who went 11-1 last season. 481 more words

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