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Ooltewah was again the top-seeded team in the District 5-AAA high school volleyball tournament. But unlike last year, the Lady Owls arrived there in a different fashion -- a much more dominant fashion.
Jajuan Lankford blew past the 1,000-yard mark for the season, picking up 216 yards and three TDs on 15 carries as South Pittsburg jumped ahead early and then pulled away late for a 47-19 victory over Boyd-Buchanan.
NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH (4-2) at POLK COUNTY WILDCATS (5-1)
Arts & Sciences' Lady Patriots may not have known it, but Boyd-Buchanan volleyball coach Ashley Rose implied that they taught her team a valuable lesson on Sept. 10.
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Baylor: George Porter added three more scores to his touchdown total and rushed for 183 yards in his last regular-season game against rival McCallie.
Coaches of the top four seeded teams in the District 6-AA high school volleyball tournament basically said the same thing this past week when asked about the tournament.
It's really a shame, at least for guys like Polk's Derrick Davis, that coaches no longer really swap game film.
Ooltewah running back Desmond Pittman will be a game-time decision for the Class 5A fourth-ranked Owls tonight against Bradley Central.
Games 7:30 p.m. EDT unless noted.
MANCHESTER, Tenn. -- Scott Stevens is already looking forward to the Class A/AA state championship next year.
Boyd-Buchanan did not throw a cross-campus pep rally last year when Madison Baltrhop and Lauren Foster advanced to the Class A/AA state championship year.
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