Ryan Succop remains basically automatic on any kick inside the 40 yard line.


The former South Carolina Gamecock kicker proved that again Sunday, drilling a 31-yard field goal with just over a minute to play that proved to be the game-winner for his Tennessee Titans in their 20-17 victory over the Houston Texans.


Succop has now made 47 consecutive kicks from 40 yards or closer. He also made another kick earlier in the game from 42 yards out. Succop previously set an NFL record for most consecutive successful kicks from 50 yards or closer.


The 2009 South Carolina grad has now made seven field goal kicks in a row. His effort Sunday proved to be the decisive score against another NFL team featuring plenty of ex-South Carolina players — the Texans feature cornerback Johnathan Joseph, receiver Bruce Ellington, and, Jadeveon Clowney.

Here’s the High School Football Scorecard from Friday Night…

Giles County beat White’s creek…43 to 14


Richland topped Grace Christian…52 to 14


Lawrence County lost to Nolensville…42 to 14


Loretto and Wayne County had bye weeks


Summertown lost to Lewis County…37 to 7


Columbia Academy beat Forrest …38 to 0


Mt Pleasant lost to Cornersville…48 to 0


Spring Hill lost to Tullahoma…27 to 7

The Campbellsville Area Association invites you to the 2018 Run The Rolling Hills Cross Country 5K & Kids Fun Run.


This is an annual event is the 1st Saturday in October 6th at 9am in Campbellsville, Tennessee.


The 5K & Kids Fun Run are one of the many events at the 10th annual Campbellsville Heritage Festival.


Make sure you stay after the 5K & Fun Run for the music, food, games, arts & crafts, historic presentations, vendors, and much more at the 2018 Campbellsville Heritage Festival.


Don't miss the pre-registration discounts, 5K Pre-registered before 9/28/18 midnight is only $15, Family of 4 or more 5K Pre-Registration Discount is $60 flat rate, and Kids can run the 1 mile Fun Run for free if already participating in the 5K.


Online & Mail-In Registration available at: www.racesonline.com/events/RunTheRollingHills5k

Updated September 12, 2018


Updated September 11, 2018


Lawrence County Lost to Columbia…35 to 0


Loretto beat Collinwood…17 to 16


Summertown lost to Forrest…7 to 0


Wayne County lost to Decatur Riverside…38 to 0


Lewis County topped Eagleville…47 to 41


Giles County beat Lincoln County…38 to 34


Richland lost to Community…22 to 19

Middle Tennessee State University’s stadium will be selling alcohol during the football season, for the first time in it’s history.

 

Starting on Saturday, beer and spiked seltzer will be sold at the stadium. Fans must be 21 or older and their IDs will be scanned and they will be given a wristband, before a purchase can be made.

 

There will be a two alcoholic drink limit for each purchase and a game limit of three drinks. Wine is expected to be sold later this season.

 

Also, Lyft and MTSU have partnered to give fans a ride for $10 using the code “BlueRaiders98”.

High School Football on Friday, September 7th, puts the Giles County Bobcats on the road at Lincoln County.

 

WKSR will air all the action, beginning with the pre-game show at 6:30 and a 7 p.m. kickoff.

 

The Richland Raiders will visit Community, with the same 7 p.m. starting time and is being streamed on WWW.WKSR.COM.

 

On Saturday, listen to the Tennessee Vols, as they play their first home game at Neyland Stadium, welcoming East Tennessee State. The pregame show starts at 1:30 with kickoff set for 3 p.m. Central Time on the Vol Network, here on WKSR.

 

And, The Tennessee Titans open their regular season on Sunday, September 9th on the road against the Miami Dolphins. WKSR will join the network at 12 noon for the kickoff on classic WKSR, 100.9, 107.7 and on AM 1420.

For the first time in history, the Martin Methodist Athletic Department earned distinction as a Gold Champions of Character Five-Star Institution, the NAIA national office recently announced.


Every year, each NAIA institution and conference demonstrate their progress in pursuing character-driven athletics. The Champions of Character Scorecard measures growth in training, promotion, conduct in competition and commitment in five key areas with a possibility of earning 100 points. Institutions can be recognized as Champions of Character Five-Star Institutions at three different levels: Gold (90-100 points), Silver (75-89 points) and Bronze (60-74 points).


The RedHawks were one of three institutions in the Southern States Athletic Conference to achieve the honor.


“We are very proud to have earned ‘Gold Star’ status with our Champions of Character Scorecard,” Athletic Director, Jeff Bain said. Our commitment to character in sport is a continuous journey to teach, monitor, and re-teach. This is our pledge and I sincerely appreciate our coaches and staff in obtaining this elite national honor.”

After a four-goal performance last Friday that lifted her to 100 career goals, Martin Methodist senior forward Millene Cabral has been named the NAIA National Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week.


Cabral, a Brazil native, entered last Friday’s contest versus Aquinas four goals shy of 100 career tallies. The senior notched one goal in the first half and then scored three in the span on eight-plus minutes in the second half to achieve the career milestone.


Cabral added two more goals in the RedHawks victory versus # 10 Columbia Monday afternoon at Grissom Pitch.


Through four matches this season, Cabral has scored 12 goals, which is good enough for second in the nation.


The award comes almost one year to the exact date since Cabral’s last national honor.


Cabral and the RedHawks return to action Saturday when they host University of South Carolina – Beaufort.


Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. at Grissom Pitch in Pulaski.