Posted: Wednesday, October 19, 2011 12:03 pm
Westview top seed
in soccer regional
Westview earned the top seed from the East division in the Region 7A-AA girls’ soccer tournament.
Action began Monday with four games and will continue today with the top two seeds from each side hosting quarterfinal matches.
Covington is the No. 2 seed from the west and is a potential semifinal opponent for the Lady Chargers.
Dyersburg and South Gibson hold the top seeds in the lower half of the bracket.
Semifinal matches will be played 5 and 7 p.m. Thursday at Westview, with the championship match set for 7 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Westview field.
Gleason M.S. begins
hoops with 3 wins
Three out of four turned out to be good numbers for the Gleason Middle School basketball teams.
Gleason won three of its four games last week as the Lady Bulldogs swept Clarksburg (42-15) and McKenzie (29-17), while the GHS boys topped Clarksburg (39-27) before falling to the Jr. Rebels (34-17).
Autumn Faulkner and Mahlese McDonald led a balanced Gleason girls’ effort vs. Clarksburg with nine points each. Emily Bell and Maycie Rollins had six points apiece.
Against McKenzie, Bell ttopped all scorers with 13 points.
Tracy Perry had a monster game for Gleason’s boys against Clarksburg with 29 points, while his nine points led the Bulldogs against McKenzie.
Dresden still No. 6
in prep football poll
Dresden is, apparently, not going anywhere.
The Lions remained firmly locked in at No. 6 in the Associated Press Class 2A high school football poll this week.
Dresden improved to 8-1 overall with a 34-6 win over Gleason last week and will now take a week off before a season-ending Thursday (Oct. 27) night game against 1A’s top-ranked Huntingdon.
Tennessee Football Prep Polls
By The Associated Press
Record Pts Prv
1. Trousdale Co. (13) 7-1 188 2
2. Hampton (3) 8-0 166 3
3. Boyd Buch. (1) 8-1 151 1
4. Grace Chr. (2) 8-0 145 4
5. Humboldt 7-1 118 5
6. Dresden 8-1 107 6
7. Adamsville (1) 8-1 93 7
8. Cascade 6-2 56 9
9. Friendship Chr. 5-3 38 10
10. McKenzie 5-3 18 8
Others receiving 12 or more points: None.
Murray State RB
earns OVC honor
Murray State running back Mike Harris returned to the Racers lineup in a major way as the senior tied a school record with four rushing touchdowns in a come-from-behind homecoming victory over Eastern Illinois.
For his efforts, Harris was named the adidas Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Week, the league office announced Sunday.
Harris rushed for 133 yards, while tying his career-high with 30 rushing attempts. He becomes the ninth Racer to rush for four touchdowns in a game, and the first since Stevie Chaney against Austin Peay in 2005.
The 133-yard rushing performance marked the fourth time in six games Harris has eclipsed the 100-yard mark. He equals his total of four 100-yard rushing performances from a season ago. Harris’ eight career 100-yard games ties him for sixth on the all-time list.
Published in The WCP 10.18.11