Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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August 30, 2013

Homestead, South undefeated in elementary football

CROSSVILLE — After three weeks of Cumberland County elementary football action, only two teams remain unbeaten — Homestead (3-0) and South (3-0), after the Bulldogs shut out Brown (0-3) 30-0 and South defeated Martin (1-2) 43-6 last Thursday.

Pleasant Hill (2-1) blanked Crab Orchard (0-3) 20-0, and North (2-1) outscored Stone (0-3) 36-6.

Pleasant Hill 20, Crab Orchard 0: "Pleasant Hill was able to make some big plays in key situations that let them keep drives alive

or led to scores. Our players continue to play hard but a lack of depth, especially in the line, is something we have a hard time overcoming," said Crab Orchard coach Eddie Raper.

"We are really proud of our defense. They played well tonight," said Pleasant Hill coach Jay Wright.

Cade Greatorex scored three touchdowns for the Hornets, while Aaron King and Dawson Lewis each picked off one pass for the Hornet defense.

North 36, Stone 6: Cameron Bowman scored three touchdowns for the Patriots.

No other information was received from the other two games at press-time Friday morning.

Schedule

Sept. 5: North at South, Martin at Crab Orchard, Stone at Brown and Pleasant Hill at Homestead

Sept. 12: Pleasant Hill at Stone, Brown at Crab Orchard, Martin at North and South at Homestead.

Sept. 19: North at Crab Orchard, Pleasant Hill at Martin, South at Brown and Homestead at Stone.

Sept. 24: Stone at South, Martin at Brown, North at Pleasant Hill and Crab Orchard at Homestead.

Oct. 1: Championship game at SMHS.

(Editor's note: The home school, win or lose, is responsible for reporting results by 10 a.m. on Friday morning.)

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