• Eagles Race Past Hornets0

       Knox County rolled up 402 rushing yards and limited a youthful Westran Hornet team to five first downs and 130 yards from scrimmage on the way to a 44-0 victory at Huntsville. Lucus Hudson set two career milestones with three touchdowns and led all ground gainers with 158 yards on only nine carries.

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  • Lady Eagles Beaten At Putnam County0

    Lady Eagles Beaten At Putnam County By David Sharp    Putnam County (15-2, 4-0 in the conference) grabbed a 14-0 lead after three innings of a September 18 Tri-Rivers Conference softball contest at Unionville. The Lady Eagles (6-7, 2-3) battled back scoring eight runs off standout hurler Stacy Hines after rain started falling in the

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  • Schuyler County Moves On To Championship Game0

    Schuyler County Moves On To Championship Game By David Sharp    Jackie Roberts and Katie Farley drove in two runs each leading Schuyler County to a 16-3 win over Knox County (7-9) in the championship semi-final round of the 2007 Schuyler County Softball Tournament. Kourtney Nelson and Desiree Ray scored three runs each for the

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  • Knox County Edges Lady Tigers In First Round Thriller0

      Holly Kite was awarded home plate on an interference call, scoring the lone run of a September 22 Schuyler County Tournament first round game. Brashear (8-4) had the tying run on third base in the bottom of the eighth inning.  Holly Kite was awarded home plate on an interference call, scoring the lone run of a September 22 Schuyler County Tournament first round game. Brashear (8-4) had the tying run on third base in the bottom of the eighth inning.

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  • Lady Tigers Win Over Atlanta0

      Christina Scudder went 3-3 at bat with two runs scored and three driven in pacing a nine hit Brashear attack during an 11-1 five inning Schuyler County Tournament win. Scudder had seven strikeouts in four innings pitched with no walks and four hits allowed. Emily Ladwig finished the contest on the rubber, striking out

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  • Facial Piercings Banned in Knox Co. Schools0

    During the regular session meeting on Tuesday evening, September 17, 2007, the Board of Education voted to ban facial piercings in Knox County Schools due to educational and safety concerns.

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