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October 18, 2017

Sports

Grizzlies drop hard-fought game to the Rebels

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent RUTLEDGE – “We were just so inconsistent on offense,” said Grainger High School head coach Chad Tate in discussing the Grizzlies’ performance in its home season opener against Sullivan South last Friday. “That’s what it boiled down to. We didn’t have any turnovers, but we put the ball on the

Grizzlies and Pirates run in cross-country classic

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent GREENEVILLE – Last Thursday, both the Grainger High School Grizzly and Washburn High School Pirate cross country teams participated in the Terry Hull Crawford Cross Country Classic which was run on the Beacon School course in Greeneville. In the meet, the Grizzlies took fifth place in the team competition while

Lady Pioneer volleyball defeats Jefferson

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY–The Rutledge Middle School Lady Pioneer volleyball team rebounded from their first loss last week with a victory at Jefferson Middle School last Thursday evening. In the varsity match, the Lady Pioneers dominated the first set and won 25-8. The Lady Elks battled hard in the second set before

Pioneer football wins overtime thriller

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent MORRISTOWN – After romping over the West View Indians in the opening game of the 2017 season, the Rutledge Middle School Pioneer football team traveled back to Burke-Toney last Tuesday night to take on the Lincoln Heights Patriots. In a contest that was close throughout, the Pioneers and Patriots ended

Bunch powers Grizzlies to victory in season opener

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent PIGEON FORGE – Grainger High School senior Jacob Bunch ran through, around or over Pigeon Forge High School defenders as he led the Grizzlies to a sterling 34-28 victory over the Tigers Friday night. In amassing 306 rushing yards on 29 carries, scoring two touchdowns, throwing a 15-yard touchdown pass

Lady Pioneer varsity volleyball playing hard

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent RUTLEDGE – The Rutledge Middle School volleyball teams opened their home schedule against the Lady Vikings of Meadowview Tuesday, August 22. In the varsity match, the Lady Pioneers made quick work of the Lady Vikings with a dominating performance. Rutledge took the match by winning in straight sets by the

Pioneer football scalps Indians

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent MORRISTOWN – The 2017 edition of the Rutledge Middle School Pioneer football team opened their season with an impressive 40-7 thrashing of the West View Indians in a game played at Burke-Toney Stadium last Tuesday night. A big 60-yard touchdown run by the Pioneers’ Jake Hill, who totaled 125 rushing

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Consistency and depth are keys to Grizzly success

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent RUTLEDGE – The loss of 19 players from the 2016 Grainger High School Grizzly football team and a senior class of only 10 players has created a challenge for Grizzly head coach Chad Tate, defensive coordinator Steve Finchum and coaches Randy Holt, Barry Liles, David Sands, Rob Sykes, David Redding,

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