Because of the Jewish holiday Monday, CMS has moved football games from Monday to Wednesday, October 1 at 7 pm. From CMS:
Butler and Independence football games tonight have been postponed due to rain according to Butler Athletic Director Jim Boone and Independence Athletic Director Kelly Lewis. The games were moved to Monday at 7 pm when Butler will face Ardrey Kell at Bulldog Stadium and Independence will take on Myers Park at Patriot stadium.
Yonas Soloman, a student at Independence High, was named a semifinalist for the National Achievement Scholarship Program. Soloman is one of 16 CMS students still in the running or the scholarship, which annually awards 800 scholarships worth $2.6 million to black high school seniors. The winners will be announced in April. Continue reading
No one was hurt when an oven caught fire at Independence High School during a 9:15 am fire drill, reports WSOC-TV. The oven is in a classroom once used for home economics. A teacher spotted the smoke as students and teachers headed outside for fire drill. The fire was quickly extinguished.
[singlepic=160,240,160,,right]Independence (3-0) got off to a rocky start Friday against Vance. Quarterback Anthony Carrothers completed only one of his first six passes as the Patriots failed to score on the opening drive for the first time this year.
“We just weren’t on the same page,” head coach Tom Knotts said. “We just kept perservering, and the defense stopped them.”
The Patriots and Carrothers rallied after an interception by defensive back Breon Thornton on the Vance 1. The Big I marched down the field in eight plays on the ensuing drive, scored its first touchdown of the night and never looked back.
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Blount Today in Maryville, Tenn., is reporting Maryville High is gunning for the state’s longest winning streak tomorrow against Powell High. Maryville has won 64 games in a row and looks to take, and extend, the state’s record. A win would still put the Rebels 44 games behind Independence’s 109-game streak and 86 wins behind Concord (Calif.) De La Salle’s 151-game streak.