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Prep Roundup: Thursday, September 22

Prep Roundup: Thursday, September 22
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September 23, 2022


Chuckey-Doak 3, Sullivan East 0

The Chuckey-Doak soccer team earned another shutout victory on Thursday on the road at Sullivan East by a score of 3-0.

Tavyn Southerland put the Lady Black Knights up early when she blistered the ball into the net from the left side after receiving a Faith Rice cross.  

The Lady Black Knights doubled the lead before the halftime whistle when Sarah Wright sent a through ball to Bailea Gilland who chipped the ball over the Sullivan East keeper's head and into the net.

The Lady Black Knights got the third goal midway through the second half when Wright's direct kick bounced around both teams before Faith Rice could gain control and place into the net.

Chuckey-Doak's defensive unit earned the shutout behind strong play from Niome Merrill, Kalee Delotto, and Southerland who allowed Sullivan East only one shot on goal.

The Lady Black Knights improved to 9-0-2 and are off until Tuesday when they travel to University High for a huge district match-up.


North Greene 3, Happy Valley 0
North Greene 3, Happy Valley 0

The North Greene volleyball team earned a pair of 3-0 wins over Happy Valley on Thursday night.

The day started with a 25-10, 25-6, 25-6 sweep of the Lady Warriors.

Gracie Johnson led the Lady Huskies with 12 kills and four aces. Mercy Buchanan had 13 assists and two aces, and Matti Phillips had 10 aces. Rhiley Henry had four kills and three aces, and Loren Blevins had seven assists.

In the second game North Greene won 25-3, 25-18, 25-11.

Gracie Johnson had eight kills, Rhiley Henry had two kills, four tips and six aces. McKinlee Weems had four kills and three aces. Mercy Buchanan had 13 assists and six aces and Matti Phillips had five aces.


The Greeneville Middle School football team fell to John Sevier on Thursday 14-12.

Yordan Gomez-Mills ran for 63 yards and two touchdowns while Taren Claridy added 85 yards rushing.

JV would lose a close one in overtime 32-24. Zyaire Neal would score three touchdowns in the defeat.

GMS returns to Burley Stadium Thursday night for a matchup with TA Dugger.

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