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Bucs beat Bears in final minutes, 34-30 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Mt. Juliet and Beech have played some classics the past few years, and Friday was no different.
Unfortunately for Mt. Juliet, Beech scored in the final minutes to score a 34-30 win over the Bears.
It was the first district loss for the Bears, who drop to 4-3 on the season, 3-1 in district play.
The game started rough for the Bears, as they fumbled on the first play from scrimmage. Beech turned it into seven points for the quick lead.
That didn’t last long as the Bears connected on an 82-yard pass play, Nolan Chowbay to Darius Lowery, and tied the game up.
After stopping Beech, the Bears got the ball back and moved the ball in smaller increments. They converted a 4th-and-5 to keep the drive alive on a Chowbay 8-yard run, but it stalled. Hayes Foster connected on a 30-yard field goal and gave the Bears their first lead, 10-7.
Beech would counterpunch with two consecutive touchdown possesions of their own, both scores by Rodrick Napper. That gave the Bucs a 21-10 lead.
The Bears kept fightnig, putting together another scoring drive, capped off by a Chowbay 9-yard run.
Napper scored again to move the score back out to double digits at 28-17, but Mt. Juliet was able to put together a scoring drive before the half.
The touchdown came on a 26-yard pass from Chowbay to Bryce Camacho in the back of the end zone. It was deflected by a Beech defender, but Camacho looked it in and made it 28-24 going into the locker room.
The fireworks that filled the first half got extinguished by a driving rain in the second half.
After a scoreless third quarter, Mt. Juliet took the lead in the fourth. Jahuar Jackson opened the drive with runs of 24 and 20, and three plays after that, Chowbay had another rushing score from six yards out. However, the extra point was blocked, making it 30-28.
Beech pounded the ball in their final drive, going 10 plays, all runs, and milking the clock. Napper scored his fourth touchdown with just over a minute to go, and the Bucs took the lead 34-30.
Mt. Juliet had a chance. Peyton Haynes set them up with a big return, and Chowbay found Camacho for a 20-yard gain. After a run out of bounds by Chowbay and an incompletion, the  game came down to fourth down, but a throw to the end zone from the 36-yard line, but it was knocked away by a Beech defender.
Chowbay had 197 yards passing and 63 yards rushing for the Bears. He accounted for four total touchdowns.
Napper for Beech finished the night with 288 yards on the ground on 34 carries and four scores.
Mt. Juliet will head out on the road Friday, as they will clash with Hendersonville. The Commandos are undefeated in the district, and the Bears must win to have a chance at a district title. Kickoff is 7 p.m.

Central falls behind early, loses to Bison PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 7, 2014

David Watkins

Chronicle Correspondent

Station Camp jumped out to a 24-0 lead in the first half against Wilson Central Friday, and held on for a 31-7 win.
The teams had to battle rain and wind during the first half and Central was only able to muster three first downs and gain 71 yards on 23 plays in the first half.  Station Camp was able to gain nearly 150 yards.
After the 24-0 first half, the Bison extended their lead in the second to 31-0.
Central’s offense finally was able to get in on the action as they went 80 yards in eight plays to cut the Bison’s lead to 31-7. Tyler Bowes carried the ball six times on that drive and capped off the drive with a 4-yard score.
The game ended with Station Camp winning 31-7 and putting up 282 yards on the ground against the Wildcats.
Central will face another important district competition Friday as they head to Beech. Kickoff is 7 p.m.

Runners compete at Wilson County Invitational PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 7, 2014

The 2014 Wilson County Invitational was held this past Saturday, October 4 at Cedars of Lebanon State Park.
The final team results for the high school girls 5000 meter run are as follows: Wilson Central 1:54:25, Mt. Juliet 1:57:21 and Friendship Christian 2:02:22. The top three Individual Results are Taylor Blankenship of Wilson Central 21:35.8, Kamyrn Burgess of Wilson Central 21:56.4 and Brittany Swanson of Mt. Juliet 22:25.6.
Final team results for the high school boys 5000 meter run is Mt. Juliet 1:31:20, Wilson Central 1:32:07 and Friendship Christian 1:37:56. The top three individual results are John Elrod of Wilson Central 17:03.9, Tyler Alverson of Friendship Christian 17:38.8 and Rephayah Black of Mt. Juliet 17:53.0.
The final team results for the middle school girls 3000 meter run is West Wilson finishing in 1st place with a time of 1:10:16. The top three individual results are Hope Ilias of Friendship Christian 12:25.7, Ellah Ball of Friendship Christian 13:48.9 and Cloey Williams of West Wilson 13:57.0.
Final team results for the middle school boys 3000 meter run is West Wilson 1:04:10, Tuckers Crossroads 1:04:28 and Winfree Bryant 1:07:28. The top three individual results are Ethan Njezic of Tucker Crossroads 11:28.1, Dawson Carmack of West Willson 11:36.1 and Chris Farmer of West Wilson 12:04.6.

MJCA Lady Saints soccer get eight goals against Watertown PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 7, 2014

MJCA Lady Saints traveled to Watertown for the second meeting this season with Watertown. MJCA won the first meeting 12-0.
The Lady Saints played with no subs but were able to score eight goals by eight different players for an 8-0 win.
Seniors Amanda Wall, Kelsey Robbins and Anna Lawson all had goals and Amanda Wall had four assists. Junior Sarah Schlosser had a  goal and two assists, Sophomore Kourtney Robbins and Freshmen Marcella Gallione, Courtney Wall and Caitlyn Smith each had a goal. Freshman Carly Keith had two assists. Junior Bailey Jarrett had the shut out in goal. MJCA travels to Knoxville on Tuesday to face Knox-Webb.

Mt. Juliet falls to visiting Centennial, 39-10 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Mt. Juliet couldn’t get moving on Centennial’s attacking defense and couldn’t slow down a powerful running game in a 39-10 loss Friday. 

Mt. Juliet was only able to pick up one first down in their first four possessions, allowing Centennial to jump out to a 17-0 lead. 

It wasn’t until Nolan Chowbay found Alex Landis on a 52-yard pass that Mt. Juliet got going. That reception, in addition to a facemask penalty, pushed the Bears down to the one yard line. Chowbay punched it in and cut the lead to 17-7. 

Centennial answered on the next drive with a 59-rushing touchdown by Tyrel Dodson. 

Justin Dubay added a 37-yard field goal late in the game for the other Mt. Juliet score. 

Mt. Juliet returns to district play this Friday as they take on Beech. The game will be televised on WUXP/My30. Kickoff is 7 p.m. in Mt. Juliet. 

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