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A Place to Bark sponsors 'Fixer Mixer'
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Godspeed Coach Cummings
An HHS Banquet in the early 1970\'s with Charlie Lewis, Eddie Greer, Bob Cummings, Bobby Langford, Jerry Graves, Tarzan Adams, Paul Decker, and Paul Anderson. SUBMITTED
Godspeed Coach Cummings
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Man arrested for sexual exploitation of a minor
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Bison look to move to .500 on the season
Bison look to move to .500 on the season

Station Camp and Rossview both enter Friday night's match-up with 1-2 records and needing a win.

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Commandos and Bucs meet for 34th time
Commandos and Bucs meet for 34th time

The more things change the more they stay the same.

Beech and Hendersonville have built their football programs on the same foundation - a strong rushing attack. While both teams lost key runners from last year -- Rodrick Napper and Auston Vanzant for Beech and Terrell Carter, Mike Harris and Jack Towe for Hendersonville, neither team has lost a beat.

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Commandos earn Coyote Clash title
Commandos earn Coyote Clash title

The Hendersonville volleyball team won the silver championship of the Coyote Clash last weekend in Clarksville to run their record to 14-9.

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Knights play rival Friday night
Knights play rival Friday night

Pope John Paul II High School and Father Ryan will play for the Bishop's Cup Friday night in Nashville. The trophy is given each year to the winner of the football game between the two Catholic schools.

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Lady Bison have no trouble with Wave
Lady Bison have no trouble with Wave

GALLATIN -- Station Camp defeated Gallatin in straight sets on the volleyball court last week.

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Lady Commandos have no trouble with Bears
Lady Commandos have no trouble with Bears

HENDERSONVILLE - Last week's District 9-AAA soccer match pitted two undefeated teams, the Hendersonville Lady Commandos and Mt. Juliet.

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Lyles lifts Mustangs with last second score
Lyles lifts Mustangs with last second score

HENDERSONVILLE - Knox Doss trailed Hunter, 14-8, with just under four minutes remaining in Tuesday night's showdown between the last two undefeated Sumner County middle school football teams. Hunter had just taken the lead after Tysean Jefferson broke several tackles and found room off the left side of scrimmage for a 22-yard touchdown run.

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Payne makes commitment to UAH
Payne makes commitment to UAH

Ten days ago, Station Camp senior basketball player Emiline Payne was agonizing over where to go to college. Not anymore.

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WEEK 4 Middle School roundup
WEEK 4 Middle School roundup

Middle school round-up -- a comeback, two shutouts and a forfeit

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