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Apple Blossom Cafe Trivia Quiz Question

Apple Blossom Cafe Trivia Quiz Question Who is Clinton High School’s all-time winningnest head coach? Email your answer to jim@wyshradio.com. All correct answers will be collected and put into box. During this week’s edition of the Powell Brothers’ Mechanical Contractors Dragon Wagon, we will draw one name and that person …

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XFS: Keselowski wins at Richmond

Brad Keselowski passed Kyle Busch for his final lead of the night and kept the Number-22 Team Penske Ford in front over the final sixteen laps to claim his second victory of the season on Friday at Richmond Raceway. Keselowski beat Busch to the checkered flag by three seconds, giving …

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MENCS: Larson wins finale, Playoff field set

(MRN) Kyle Larson left race leader Martin Truex Junior and the rest of the field behind on Saturday night’s final restart, winning the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond Raceway to close the 2017 regular season. Truex had won the second stage and led a race-high 198 laps before the …

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Week 2 scores, Week 3 schedule

WEEK 2 SCORES Farragut 41 Oak Ridge 0… Campbell County 28 Morristown East 3… Northview Academy 35 Oliver Springs 7… Powell 21 Karns 19… West 24 Halls 16… Fulton 20 Austin-East 14… Maryville 28 Alcoa 24… Coalfield 53 Sunbright 7… Wartburg 41 Oakdale 0… Harriman 13 Oneida 7… Kingston 49 …

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Mavs take Crosstown Showdown, 49-10

Friday night the Anderson County Mavericks beat the Clinton Dragons 49-10 in Clinton for their ninth straight win in the series and their 18th in the last 19 meetings between the two teams. AC (4-0) was led by quarterback Stanton Martin, who completed 15-of-19 passes for 356 yards and four …

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High school football polls released

High school football polls were released Monday for the state of Tennessee. Locally, in Class 6A Maryville is #3 with Farragut at #6. In Class 5A, Fulton is ranked #2 with Catholic falling to #4 and Oak Ridge at #6. In Class 4A, Greeneville remains #1 and Anderson County jumped …

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