CLARKSVILLE--One of Beech head coach Anthony Crabtree's favorite sayings is "stay on schedule." Though simple, those three words mean a heck of a lot to his Buccaneer football team and they certainly proved it Friday night.
NASHVILLE - Rap music blared over the loudspeakers as coaches barked out orders to the Vanderbilt football team at the John Rich Practice Facility during a recent workout. Fortunately for Kyle Anderton and his Commodore teammates, a bit of a breeze provided some relief from the August heat. The former Station Camp star is among over 100 Vanderbilt athletes competing for playing time this fall. He wouldn't have it any other way.
HENDERSONVILLE - The combination of Hendersonville's rushing attack and lock-down defense proved to be too much for the Siegel Stars to handle, and the Commandos coasted to a 31-9 victory in their first home game of the season.
The Siegel Stars will try to rebound from a three-win season in 2015, the team's fewest wins since Greg Wyant became head coach.
Wyant believes the first priority to fixing his team is to start with the defense. Siegel ranked at, or near, the bottom in every major defensive category last season.
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