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Lady Pounders, Double or Nothing

Lady Pounders, Double or Nothing

Alyssa Rosenzweig, Assistant Editor

September 23, 2014

On September 16, 2014, the Lady Pounders sprinted onto Central's field with spunk and determination. Ready to go, they stood on their toes as Sequatchie County High School touched the ball forward, starting the game. The second the ball moved, Central's girls took off. With a vigorous fight and foul...

Golf Concludes A Great Season

Alyssa Rosenzweig, Assistant Editor & Staff Writer

September 22, 2014

After a long, time-consuming golf season, the team finished better than previous years. Luke Robinson, the golf coach and a geometry teacher at Central, mentioned that he was proud of his team this season. "They worked hard, and I think most everyone improved as the season went on." "The season...

Student Section Erupts at Central High School

Student Section Erupts at Central High School

Kaleb Blanton, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

On Friday night at Central Memorial Stadium, the Central Purple Pounders dominated Marion County 7-0. The crowd was absolutely huge, and Central's student section was in full force supporting the football team. Every good sports team has a good student section. In Central's past, there have been small...

TSSAA Plans To Split Public and Private Schools From Playing One Another

Savannah Smith, Staff Writer

September 18, 2014

On Wednesday, March 12, the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association's Legislative Council discussed the concept of a complete split of public and private schools in sport competitions. This means that most likely next year, public and private schools will not get the opportunity to play one another...

The Central Pounders Rise To the Top Against the Marion County Warriors

Savannah Smith, Staff Writer

September 18, 2014

On September 12, the Central High School varsity football team faced the Marion County Warriors for a 7-0 victory, setting our record to 3-1. With the loss in the previous game against East Ridge High School, the mighty Pounders had to regain their title by winning this game. The fourth game of the 2014...

Girls’ Soccer Plays Home Games For a Win and a Loss

Girls’ Soccer Plays Home Games For a Win and a Loss

Jadyn Snakenberg, Copy Editor

September 9, 2014

While soccer players are passionate about their sport and team, a supporting crowd is not often a component of high school games. This norm was discounted at Central's home games on Tuesday, September 2 and Thursday, September 4, which both drew above average crowds. "It is definitely helpful to be...

Football: Central Shuts Down Polk County, Falls to East Ridge

Jared Eddy, Assistant Sports Editor

September 8, 2014

With a talented offense and a defense that would not give up, the Pounders got another win Friday, August 29, against Polk County. The score was 24-0 at halftime, and both teams were scoreless in the second half. The first touchdown was a 70 yard pass thrown by Scout Morgan to Devin Swafford. Later,...

Girls’ Soccer Team’s Good Luck Doesn’t Last

Girls’ Soccer Team’s Good Luck Doesn’t Last

Alyssa Rosenzweig, Assistant Editor & Staff Writer

September 5, 2014

Central's girls' soccer team played their first game of the season against Howard on August 19. While there, they prepared for their first game with nervousness and excitement. "This game is going to be a way for us to look at and get an idea of who will play what position and where we will all be,"...

Sports Managers – the Team Behind the Team

Sports Managers – the Team Behind the Team

Kaleb Blanton, Staff Writer

August 28, 2014

Tending to every need of two sports teams at Central High School sounds rough, doesn't it? No one else but Ashley Long, a senior here at Central, can accomplish it. She fetches the athletes water, encourages them before the game, helps them with an injury, and the list goes on. The responsibilities o...

Football: Central Beats Franklin County in Season-Opener, 14-10

Football: Central Beats Franklin County in Season-Opener, 14-10

Philip Bonnington, Sports Editor

August 28, 2014

Central got to open its football season at home against Franklin County. The game came down to the wire, but Central was able to pull out the win at the end of the night with a score of 14-10. It was Coach Ryan Mallory's first game as the new head coach for the football team, but he kept his cool on...

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