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Football

Navy linebacker from Bartlett heads to 93rd East-West Shrine Game

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TAMPA, Fla. — D.J. Palmore, a senior Navy offensive linebacker from Bartlett, has accepted an invitation to play in the 93rd East-West Shrine Game. The game will be Jan. 20, 2018, at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., kicking off at 2 p.m. CT and broadcast live on NFL Network and the East-West Shrine Game Radio […]

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Spartans beat Tigers 29-28

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Down seven points with less than a minute on the clock, the White Station Spartans made two huge plays on offense to put an end to Arlington’s season. White Station, which lost to the Tigers in the regular season, got a late touchdown and opted for a two-point conversion on Friday night on the road […]

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Bartlett finishes season with 5-5 record

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[Editor’s note: We regret accidentally omitting the following story about Bartlett High’s season closer game last week.] The Bartlett Panthers’ season ended their season against a goliath of an opponent Oct. 27 when they faced Cordova at home. The Wolves, coming off of a near record setting 72-63 win over Arlington one week earlier, ended […]

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2017 football playoffs preview

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The 2017 TSSAA football regular season came to a conclusion this past Friday. The first Friday of November in Tennessee means playoff time across the Volunteer State. By the time the night concludes on the first Saturday in December, there will be nine State champions ranging from the six classifications in Division I to the […]

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Inspired by coach: Dragons prepare for playoffs after loss to Arlington

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The Dragons’ 40-21 loss to Arlington on Friday was the last game that Mike O’Neill, Collierville’s head football coach of the past seven years, will coach this season. Diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of the throat, he went to Houston Monday with his wife for treatment at MD Anderson Cancer Center. The muddy victory gave […]

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PICK ME UP: Interception helps Panthers regain momentum

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Most Friday nights, the turning point of a football game might be debatable. But most at Mooney Bosewell Field in Millington Friday night on either side of the stadium would pinpoint the interception of Bartlett Panther Kyler Allen as the biggest moment. Allen snatched a deflected pass from Millington Trojan quarterback Zeb Marvin out of […]

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Tigers fall after mounting ‘epic’ comeback

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With Cordova leading 42-27 over Arlington, Cordova Head Coach Anthony Jones told his team at halftime that something crazy was going to happen. It certainly did. Roaring back from a 56-27 deficit, Arlington outscored the Wolves 36-9 to pull within 65-63 with 6:24 left in the game, before Cordova’s  Jeremy Banks scored his seventh touchdown […]

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Local high school football rankings: JW10 Media Power 10, Week 11

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Introducing the Journal West 10 Media Power 10 Rankings: The teams from the coverage area including Arlington, Bartlett, Cordova, Collierville, Germantown, Millington and South Tipton County are eligible. Each week throughout the 2017 season, see how the poll shakes out. Here are the rankings heading into Week 11. Week 11 1. Germantown (9-0) (W 42-6 […]

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Journal West 10 Media’s Power 10 Week 10

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Tigers triumph late, improve to 6-2 on season

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After taking a 21-7 lead into halftime, Arlington didn’t flinch Friday night when Evangelical Christian School (ECS) outscored the Tigers 7-0 in the third quarter, bringing the game within a touchdown. They answered, as they have in their last four consecutive wins, by shutting down the opposing offense and scoring when it counts. The Tigers […]

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Panthers improve to 4-4 record with Homecoming win

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Flip in the rankings

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