For the fourth time in as many seasons, the Martin Methodist Clay Target team has been crowned national champions. The RedHawks took down their fourth-straight national title at the Scholastic Clay Target Program national tournament this weekend.

Collectively, the Clay Target Team took home the High Over-All Team title, the Ladies High Over-All individual title, two Division I national champion squad titles, two individual event national champions, one individual event runner-up, a runner-up squad title, and an individual event third place.

"I could not have asked for a better team to be a part of for my senior year," senior Madelynn Bernau said. "Our team's freshman class is full of great, hardworking, and talented individuals that add so much value to the team. The entire team never stopped supporting each other throughout the match. I feel that our Spring 2020 season will be our best one yet."

Friday Night Scores…
Giles County topped Republic…42 to nothing
Richland lost to Cornersville…41 to 21

In other games…
Lawrence County lost to Tullahoma…30 to 7
Summertown lost to Eagleville…13 to 7
Loretto lost to Lewis County…37 to 6
Wayne County lost to McEwen…35 to nothing
Mt Pleasant beat Zion Christian…47 to 13

On The Gridiron Friday Night…

Giles County topped Marshal County…14 to 10
Richland Was Idle

In other games…
Lawrence County was Idle
Loretto lost to Mt. Pleasant…30 to 14
Summertown lost to Forrest…13 to 6
Lewis County beat Eagleville…36 to 28
Wayne County lost to Huntingdon…70 to 8

In Friday Night Football Action…

Richland topped Zion Christian…34 to 26

Giles County beat Whites Creek…41 to 12


In other games…

Lawrence County lost to Marshal County…48 to 3

Summertown lost to Forrest…13 to 6

Loretto topped Community…41 to 14

Lewis County beat Eagleville…36 to 28

Mt Pleasant lost to Huntland…17 to 14

Wayne County lost to Hollow Rock-Bruceton…12 to 6

High School Football this week...

Giles County will play Whites Creek

Richland will do battle with Zion Christian


In other games…

Lawrence County will take-on Marshall County

Loretto plays Community

Summertown will take-on Forrest

Lewis County will travel to Eagleville

Mt Pleasant will play Huntland

Wayne County will square off against Hollow Rock-Bruceton

On The Gridiron This Week…

Richland will take-on Fayetteville

Giles County will square-off against Page


In other local games…

Lawrence County will play Forrest

Loretto and Summertown will do battle

Cornersville will play Middle Tennessee Christian

Marshal County travels to Springfield

Mt Pleasant will take-on Wayne County

Lewis County travels to Hickman County

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.