The Friday Night Scorecard…
Richland lost to Summertown…8 to 7
Giles County was idle
In Other Area Scores…
Lawrence County topped Warren County…28 to 21
Loretto beat Collinwood…13 to 0
Lewis County topped East Robertson…35 to 14
Lincoln County beat Spring Hill…28 to 6
Cornersville hammered Grace Christian…50 to 13
Marshal County lost to Shelbyville…36 to 30
Wayne County lost to Decatur Riverside…27 to 12
Tonight under the Friday Night Lights…
Richland will take on Summertown
Giles County is Idle
In other local games…
Lawrence County will play Warren County
Loretto will square-off against Collinwood
Columbia Academy will play Davidson Academy
Mt Pleasant will take-on Fayetteville
Cornersville plays Grace Christian
Marshal County will travel to Shelbyville
Wayne County takes-on Decatur County Riverside
In Friday Night Lights Action…
Mt. Pleasant topped Richland…40 to 14
East Nashville outlasted Giles County…21 to 15
In other local scores…
Cornersville edged Moore County…10 to 7
Fayetteville beat Huntland…20 to 14
Lewis Co. hammered Community…49 to 22
Lincoln County topped Franklin County…20 to 13
Maplewood beat Lawrence County…38 to 6
Marshall County downed Tullahoma…30 to 6
Summertown 43, Collinwood 28
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the September Martin Methodist RedHawk Athletic Luncheon will be canceled.
The monthly luncheon occurs on the first Wednesday of every month during the school year.
The luncheon series will resume next month, Wednesday, October 2nd, at the Hickory House Restaurant in Pulaski.
The Friday Night Scorecard Look Like This…
Richland topped Collinwood….26 to 18
Giles County lost to Hendersonville….34 to 7
In Other Games…
Lawrence County Topped Loretto….28 to 3
Summertown beat Wayne County….31 to 6
Eagleville beat Cornersville….27 to 15
Marshal County beat Lincoln County….31 to 14
Columbia Academy lost to Shelbyville….48 to 22
On The High School Front tonight…
Giles County will take on Hendersonville
Richland will play Collinwood
In other games of note…
Lawrence County and Loretto square off
Summertown will take on Wayne County
Cornersville will travel to Eagleville
Marshal County will play Lincoln County
Columbia Academy will play Shelbyville
In week one of High School Football action….
Richland topped Rogers, Alabama….7 to nothing
Giles County beat Lincoln County….38 to 14
Loretto edged Wayne County….24 to 20
Lawrence County outlasted Hickman County….33 to 26
Marshal County topped Columbia Academy….41 to 7
Mt Pleasant beat Summertown….42 to 14
Friday Night Lights are set to crank-up. Week one local games include…
Rogers, Alabama at Richland
Giles County at Lincoln County
Other games of note include…
Marshall County at Columbia Academy
Moore County at Cascade
Spring Hill at Columbia
Community at Cornersville
Hickman County at Lawrence County
Wayne County at Loretto
and Summertown at Mt. Pleasant
Martin Methodist Women's Soccer head coach Will Austin has officially announced the team's 2019 recruiting class.
The 13-member class features signees from three different countries and four different states. Three of the signees are transfers, while the other 10 are incoming freshmen.
"Replacing the level of players we lost is always going to be difficult," Austin said. "Four of them were All-Americans and one was our all-time leading scorer with 129 career goals. However, this program has competed in the top 10 nationally for 15 years consecutively so replacing high-quality players is an annual challenge we face”.
Among the signees are local student-athletes…
Tori Drocea, a 5'7" forward from Pulaski, Tennessee.
Grace Hlubb, a 5'5" defender from Pulaski, Tennessee.
Savannah Cox, a 5'7" defender from Fayetteville, Tennessee.
Martin Methodist Assistant Athletic Trainer Christine Lewis was named campus liaison to the newly formed Southern States Athletic Conference Women’s Leadership Committee Monday afternoon.
Lewis is one of 12 campus liaisons chosen by the conference to the committee that seeks to enrich professional experiences within the SSAC and collegiate athletics for women.
The committee held their first meeting on the campus of Faulkner (Ala.) in late May, where Lewis was chosen as Martin Methodist’s representative.
"I am very excited to see what this initiative can lead to,” SSAC Commissioner Mike Hall said. “We have many great female leaders, both in the coaching ranks and administrative areas in our conference”.
As Assistant Athletic Trainer, Lewis is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the Martin Methodist Sports Medicine department. Lewis directly works with all 18 varsity intercollegiate sports as well as the junior varsity programs.