The Martin Methodist Clay Target team recently added two more titles to its cabinet as Caleb Lindsey and Emma Williams finished first and second at the USA Shooting National Championships for Shotgun earlier this month.


Lindsey, a senior from Spring Hill, finished runner-up a year ago, but took home the gold medal this year and was named USA National Men’s Trap Champion.


With the victory, Lindsey earned the right to join the Team USA National Team for a second straight season.


“Winning the USA Shooting Nationals and earning a spot on Team USA’s National Team has been a dream of mine since I first started shooting International Bunker,” Lindsey said. “Being a part of the Clay Target Team at Martin Methodist has allowed me to pursue my dreams during the academic school year. Without the support of my professors, my coach, and teammates this dream may not have been possible”.


Williams, a sophomore from Savannah, took home the silver medal after she finished as a bronze medalist two years ago.


Williams’ runner-up finish was especially impressive considering that it came among a star-studded field that included six-time Olympic medalist Kim Rhode as well as two-time medalist Corey Cogdell-Unrein.


Next, the RedHawks will take-off to the SCTP Nationals in Marengo, Ohio where they are poised to defend their National Titles.

The latest AP High School Football Rankings are out and Giles County, while not in the Top 10 did receive votes…


Here’s how the Top 10 shakes out…


Class 3A


1. Alcoa


2. Covington


3. Red Bank


4. Upperman


5. Johnson County


6. Pearl-Cohn


7. East Nashville


8. Austin-East


9. Fairview


10. Unicoi County


Others receiving votes: York Institute 6. Sequatchie County 3. Wooddale 2. Signal Mountain 2. Gatlinburg-Pittman 2. Giles County 1. McNairy Central 1. Milan 1. South Gibson 1.

The High School Football Scorecard…


Giles County beat Fayette Ware…55 to 6


The Richland Raiders were idle


The Lawrence County Wildcats were idle


Loretto topped Community…42 to 12


Summertown was idle


Columbia Academy beat Eagleville…21 to 7


Spring Hill lost to Marshal County…28 to 7


Wayne County topped McEwen…36 to 14

In a matchup of national powerhouse programs, the #4 Martin Methodist Women’s Soccer team suffered a 2-0 loss to #2 William Carey Thursday at Grissom Pitch.


The contest marked the first loss of the season for the RedHawks who surrendered a goal just a minute into the contest.


The loss snapped a 13-match regular-season unbeaten streak for the RedHawks, dating back to October 21st, 2017.


The RedHawks return to action this Saturday, when they host #13 University of Mobile. The match will be part of Alumni Weekend 2018.

The Martin Methodist Men’s Soccer team fell behind early, but never surrendered in a 4-3 loss to #1 William Carey Thursday.


The loss snapped a two-match win streak versus ranked opponents for the RedHawks, who knocked off #24 Cumberland and #17 Georgia Gwinnett.


The RedHawks will meet another ranked foe this Saturday when they host #3 University of Mobile.


The match will be part of Alumni Weekend 2018. Kickoff is set for 4pm at Grissom Pitch.

The Martin Methodist Men and Women’s Golf teams both finished third at the 2018 RedHawk Fall Invitational, which was held this week at Canebrake Golf Club in Athens.


The RedHawk men shot a score of 601 in the two-day tournament, which was one shot shy of a runner-up finish. Senior Eli Marty led the RedHawks with a fourth-place finish on the individual leaderboard with two rounds of 74.


The RedHawk women posted a score of 674 to finish third. Senior Brittany Collins led the way with two rounds of 76 and a third-place finish.

The RedHawks won the Louisville Collegiate Classic Saturday and followed up with a win at the Thomas Burris Memorial Classic Sunday.


The RedHawk men also performed well in the same tournaments, finishing 3rd and 4th, respectively.


The two teams return to action later this month at the Mid States Championship in Wichita, Kansas.


The RedHawks will return closer to home Saturday, October 27th, when they compete in the Smyrna Baker Classic in Smyrna, Tennessee.

In Friday Night High School action…


Giles County topped Marshall County….24 to 23


Richland was shut out by Cornersville…57 to 0


Lawrence County lost to Tullahoma…31 to 6


Loretto lost to Forrest…23 to 13


Summertown topped Mt. Plesant…24 to 6


Columbia Academy lost to Franklin Road Academy…43 to 14


Spring Hill lost to Maplewood…42 to 0


Wayne County lost to Huntingdon…46 to 22


Collinwood tooped McEwen…48 to 34

Updated October 4, 2018


The Martin Methodist Women’s Soccer team delivered its most impressive win of the season Wednesday with a 6-1 road victory at #8 Cumberland.


The RedHawks dominated the contest from the opening kickoff and built up a 4-0 lead at halftime.


In the second half, the RedHawks added two more goals as they cruised to the win.


The win improves the RedHawks to 10 wins, no losses and 1 tie for the year.