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2C FRIDAY,OCTOBER10,2014 Follow us online: @Tennessean and Facebook.com/Tennessean PREP FOOTBALL Get scores and insights to tonight’s g ames at tennessean.com and also on Twitter @TNGametime. CUMBERLAND Women’s soccer: The Bulldogs ( 11-0-1) are ranked No. 1in the latest NAIA Top 25 poll. MIDSTATE CHATTER Mike Organ’s always looking for M iddle Tennessee athletic tidbits for his Sunday column.Email them to m organ@tennessean.com DID YOU KNOW? Orioles reliever Brad Brach lives in N ashville? See all of the ALCS and NLCS connections to Music City on t ennessean.com. FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE AUTO RACING S print Cup practice2p.m.ESPN2 Nationwide Series race6:30 p.m.ESPN2 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Wash. St. at Stanford8p.m.ESPN San Diego St. at New Mexico 8:30 p.m.ESPNU Fresno State at UNLV 9 p.m. C BS SN GOLF Champions SAS Championship 1 :30 p.m.GOLF PGA Frys.com Open4p.m.GOLF LPGA Malaysia10:30 p.m.GOLF HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL P ulaski Co. (Ky.) vs. Madis on Southern 5:30 p.m. E SPNU Baylor at Oakland7p.m.1450-AM Portland at Lebanon7p.m.98.9-FM Father Ryan at MBA7:30 p.m.WUXP-30, 94 .5-FM MEN’S SOCCER Kazakhstan at Netherlands1:30 p.m.Fox Sports 1 Ecuador at United States5:30 p.m.ESPN MLS Vancouver at Seattle 9 p.m. N BC SN NBA O klahoma City at Dallas 7 :30 p.m. N BA-TV PRO BASEBALL Kansas City at Baltimore7p.m.TBS, 94.9-FM WOMEN’S SOCCER Texas A&M at Vanderbilt6p.m.SEC Net. SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE AUTO RACING F ormula One qualifying 6 a.m. N BC SN S print Cup Bank of Ameri ca 500 6:30 p.m. W KRN-2 COLLEGE FOOTBALL D oug Mathews/Phil Ful- m er 11 a.m. 1 04.5-FM G eorgia at Missouri11 a.m.WTVF-5 La.-Monroe at Kentucky11 a.m.SEC Net. Texas vs. Oklahoma11 a.m.WKRN-2, 94.9-FM M TSU at Marshall11 a.m.SportSouth, 102.5-FM, 1450-AM, 89.5-FM F lorida State at Syracuse11 a.m.ESPN Illinois at Wisconsin11 a.m.ESPN2 Indiana at Iowa11 a.m.ESPNU Tulsa at Temple11 a.m.ESPNews Northwestern at Indiana11 a.m.Big Ten Net. Cincinnati at Miami11 a.m.Fox TN West Virginia at Texas Tech11 a.m.Fox Sports 1 Rice at Army11 a.m.CBS SN Duke at Georgia Tech 1 1 a.m. W UXP-30 C umberland at Union 1 2:30 p.m. 9 8.9-FM Jacksonville State at TSU2p.m.102.1-FM Auburn at Mississippi State2:30 p.m.WTVF-5 N. Carolina at Notre Dame2:30 p.m.WSMV-4, 102.5-FM TCU at Baylor2:30 p.m.WKRN-2 M ichigan State at Purdue 2 :30 p.m. E SPN2 O regon at UCLA2:30 p.m.WZTV-17 Louisville at Clemson2:30 p.m.ESPNU, 94.9- FM Bos. College at N.C. State2:30 p.m.Fox TN VMI at Navy2:30 p.m.CBS SN North Texas at UAB 2 :30 p.m. W UXP-30 W m & Mary at New Hamp. 2 :30 p.m. N BC SN C hattanooga at Tennessee3p.m.SEC Net., 104.5-FM O klahoma State at Kansas 3 p.m. F ox Sports 1 A ustin Peay at Mercer3p.m.105.1-FM Alabama at Arkansas5p.m.ESPN, 94.9-FM Washington at California5p.m.Pac-12 Net. Penn State at Michigan6p.m.ESPN2 East Carolina at South F lorida 6p.m. E SPNU F IU at Texas-San Antonio6p.m.Fox College Houston at Memphis 6 p.m. C BS SN L SU at Florida 6 :30 p.m. S EC Net. C harleston Southern at Vanderbilt 6 :30 p.m.SportSouth, 1510-AM, 5 60-AM, 98.3- FM, 95.9-FM Old Dominion at UTEP7p.m.WUXP-30 Connecticut at Tulane7p.m.ESPNews Ole Miss at Texas A&M8p.m.ESPN Air Force at Utah State9:15 p.m.ESPNU USC at Arizona9:30 p.m.ESPN2 Colorado State at Nevada9:30 p.m.CBS SN GOLF Champions SAS 1:30 p.m.GOLF PGA Frys.com Open4p.m.GOLF LPGA Malaysia10:30 p.m.GOLF NHL Pittsburgh at Toronto6p.m.NHL Net. D allas at Nashville7p.m.Fox TN, 102.5- F M PRO BASEBALL Kansas City at Baltimore3p.m.TBS San Francisco at St. Louis7p.m.WZTV-17 ON THE AIR TITANS Sun.vs. JacksonvilleNoon, WTVF-5 Oct. 19at WashingtonNoon, WTVF-5 Oct. 26vs. HoustonNoon, WTVF-5 Radio: 104.5-FM Tickets: 615-565-4200 PREDATORS Sat. v s. Dallas 7 p.m., Fox TN T ues. v s. Calgary 7 p.m. O ct. 17 a t Winnipeg 7 p.m., Fox TN R adio: 102.5-FM Tickets: 615-770-7800 VANDERBILT Sat.vs. Charleston So.6:30 p.m., SportSouth Oct. 25 a t Missouri T BA N ov. 1 v s. Old Dominion T BA R adio: 1510-AM/560-AM/95.9-FM/98.3-FM Tickets: 615-322-4653 TENNESSEE Sat.vs. Chattanooga3p.m., SEC Network Oct. 18at Ole Miss6p.m., ESPN/ ESPN2 Oct. 25vs. AlabamaTBA Radio: 104.5-FM Tickets: 1-800-332-VOLS MTSU Sat. a t Marshall 1 1 a.m., S portSouth Oct. 18vs. UAB2:30 p.m. Nov. 1 v s. BYU 2 :30 p.m. R adio: 102.5-FM Tickets: 615-898-2103 TSU Sat. v s. Jacksonville St. ( Hale) 2p.m. O ct. 18vs. UT Martin (Hale)2p.m. Oct. 25at Eastern Illinois1:30 p.m. Radio: 102.1-FM Tickets: 615-963-5841 CALENDAR PASSING YARDS LEADERS Player A tt. C p. Y ds. T D I nt. A shton Posey (Marshall Co.)139951545144 Trevor Holder (Giles Co.) 1 48 8 9 1 466 1 1 1 J ackson Cary (Columbia Acad.)111641224104 Cole Euverard (MBA)103651191133 Andrew Bunch (Independence)116711145122 Ben Brooks (Pope John Paul II)13177111176 Justin Winn (Middle Tennessee Christian)89751106173 Nolan Chowbay (Mt.Juliet) 1 27 6 6 1 086 1 0 5 C ortland Owens (Riverdale)14686108383 Isiah Upton (East Nashville) 6 8 5 0 1 004 1 1 1 P .J.Settles (Ensworth) 7 6 5 0 9 77 72 J eremiah Oatsvall (Brentwood Acad.)906495561 Joe Critchlow (Franklin) 1 06 7 1 8 93 1 1 2 C arson Croy (Brentwood)1406785535 Kyle Anderton (Station Camp)1328684832 Cole Brown (Ravenwood)755584455 Michael Hughes (Hillsboro)995184473 Clayton Beathard (BGA)1016184188 Cameron Towns (Father Ryan)947778546 J auan Jennings (Blackman)714077972 Jett Brinkley (Harpeth)955075492 Connor Cathey (Jo Byrns) 1 05 6 1 7 49 45 M ichael Magochy (Page)1197673363 Drew Howard (La Vergne)11352727411 Kaleb Qualls (Livingston Acad.)744270562 RUSHING YARDS LEADERS PlayerATTYDSYDS/ATD Mario Williams (Columbia) 1 48 1 396 9 .4 1 5 Z ach McClendon (Forrest)14711958.115 Dylan Linder (Livingston Acad.)13011939.211 Lennox McAfee (East Nashville)90103511.511 Charlie Davidson (Blackman)1099598.812 RoShea Grays (La Vergne) 1 35 8 44 6 .3 1 0 I siah Upton (East Nashville)5582815.19 Rodrick Napper (Beech)1238256.79 Auston Vanzant (Beech) 7 2 7 57 1 0.5 9 D eon Sanders (Centennial)1127526.710 Chris Walker (Marshall Co.)5572813.211 Jacob Lovelace (Lawrence Co.)6269111.18 Darius Morehead (Ensworth)716889.78 Dylan Todd (Westmoreland)1076726.35 Vic Johnson (Cookeville)5766611.713 Seth Rowland (Ravenwood)926627.28 Ty Chandler (MBA)1026496.410 Tanner Green (Middle Tennessee Christian) 7 0 6 32 9 .0 1 0 A ustin Taylor (Friendship Christian)756328.410 Tim Barbee (Springfield)856067.111 Quer’Derius Hunter (Pope John Paul II) 1 13 6 06 5 .4 9 J ustin Winn (Middle Tennessee Christian) 8 7 5 69 6 .5 7 J osh Gilley (Station Camp) 1 00 5 65 5 .7 4 M ichael Roberts (Page) 6 7 5 59 8 .3 6 J acob Cretin (Brentwood Acad.)815526.84 Marquis Lockridge (Lawrence Co.)605328.96 RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS PlayerYds.RAvg.Yds.TD Lucas Harrison (Giles Co.)6203219.43 Taylor Thompson (Columbia Acad.)5902920.36 Marquis Cantrell (Riverdale)5423117.55 Jay Howard (Marshall Co.)5352521.45 Nathan Johnson (Independence) 5 23 2 4 2 1.8 7 C amron Johnson (Brentwood Acad.)5082223.14 Austin Percy (Ravenwood)4892817.52 Ronnie Killings (Blackman)4781531.93 Seth Huner (Independence) 4 63 2 7 1 7.1 3 E manuel Hall (Centennial) 4 58 2 1 2 1.8 7 J alen Marsalis (Brentwood)4522518.13 Parker Baxley (Jo Byrns)4462915.43 Casey Pleas (Marshall Co.) 4 40 2 1 2 1.0 5 A ustin Rolfe (MBA)4252517.06 Cameron Ordway (Giles Co.)4202417.57 Rico McGraw (Ensworth) 4 12 2 1 1 9.6 4 V an Jefferson (Ravenwood) 4 10 2 4 1 7.1 4 J ermaine Mason (Pope John Paul II)4042715.01 Peyton Buckner (Middle Tennessee Christian)3912317.06 Hayden Hollingsworth (Davidson Acad.)3772316.42 Jacob Catignani (Pope John Paul II) 3 75 2 2 1 7.0 4 G eorge Gbesee (Oakland)3421131.13 Rontavious Groves (Pearl-Cohn)3041127.67 Q uin Jernighan (La Vergne)3022114.44 A lex Landis (Mt.Juliet)2841716.72 INTERCEPTIONS 3:Lennox McAfee (East Nashville 2:T.C.Newton (Harpeth),Colton Gammons (Trousdale Co.),Andrew Rector (Father Ryan) TACKLES 54:Landon Knoll (Father Ryan) 44:Kyle Ragsdale (Gordonsville) 43:Cameron Eanes (Harpeth),James Meeks (Harpeth) 4 1:Seth Holder (Trousdale Co.) 39:Mac Keck (CPA) 38:Robert Crawford (Father Ryan),Austin Ford (Trousdale Co.) 37:Chase Dallas (Trousdale Co.) 36:Andrew Rector (Father Ryan) 32:Jack Shoulders (Father Ryan) 31:Karlton Bruton (MBA) 30:Shaun Cook (Father Ryan) 2 9:Alex Horlak (Father Ryan),Peyton Pisacane (Centennial) 28:Clark Fry (Lipscomb Acad.) 27:D’On Coofer (MBA),T.J.Jefferson (MBA),Billy Newton (Gordonsville) 25:Marcus Dean (Father Ryan),Alston Gage (CPA),Hunter Hayes (Lipscomb Acad.),Luke Mitchell (Lipscomb Acad.),T.C.Newton (Harpeth), John Orr (CPA) NOTE:Midstate stats leaders are compiled by information supplied after games on Friday nights and also by representatives from schools inputting numbers into our online stats program.If you d on’t see your players in our leaderboard or want more information o n supplying statistics,contact Cecil Joyce at cjoyce@tennesse- an.com. MIDSTATE HIGH SCHOOL F OOTBALL LEADERS The public reaction to the new Nashville Sounds logo, released on Thursday, is mixed. The logo is part of the Triple-A baseball team’s new re- branding as it moves to First Tennessee Park in April. The team says the new identity pays tribute to Music City by using a guitar pick and the “N” logo stylized from an f-hole on a guitar. Broadway Burnt Orange, Sunburst Tan, Neon Orange and Cash Black make up the club’s new official colors. The Sounds are the first professional sports t eam to use Neon Orange in its color scheme. “With this new logo scheme, we wanted to capture the vi- b rant nature of the city, of d owntown Nashville. There is n othing more striking than burnt orange — you see it everywhere in this town,” Sounds assistant general manager B randon Yerger said in a team- i ssued press release. B randiose, a San Diego company, was hired to design the log o. They’ve been working on it for 11months. The development process began in November when Brand iose staff met in Nashville with fans, staff, and community m embers to learn about the stories, history and personality of Nashville and the Sounds. “Baseball is returning to Sulp hur Dell and we’re thrilled to be a part of the next era of S ounds baseball,” said Bran- diose’s Casey White in the press release. “The new look celebrates the icons and colors synonymous with Music City.” T he new logo will also be on team uniforms. The team opens its home schedule on April 17. AFEW READER COMMENTS O N TWITTER: From Claire Atkins, @ claire_atkins: Miss the red and white already. From Dan Hayes, @fabudan64: I love that it really s peaks to a Nashville heritage. C lever use of a guitar pick! F rom Blake Cox, @Blake_Cox1236: Like the orange. Wish they’d change back to Nashville Vols. From Ignatius J Reilly, @ Zexy_Commander: Like the N . Could do without the guitar p ick. Still, nice colors. From Madalyn Hoerr, @madalynmh: The people complaining about the logo need to be pat ient and see how the graphic f its into the overall rebranding o f the team. New Sounds’ logo receives mixed reviews By Dave Ammenheuser dammenheus@tennessean.com The Tennessee School for the Blind hosted the North Central A ssociation of Schools for the Blind Track and Field Conference Championships last Saturday, and for the second consecutive year both the TSB boys a nd girls claimed titles. The meet included 11state s chools — Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, W isconsin and Minnesota — w ith 150 blind and visually impaired student athletes. T he TSB girls tallied 227 p oints, 113 more than runner-up Missouri. The TSB boys totaled 1 92 points, 65 more than second- place Missouri. Mote out, McWilliams i nterim at Goodpasture Goodpasture Christian School parted ways with head football coach Leslie Mote earlier this week following the team’s disappointing 0-7 start to the season. Mote led Goodpasture to a 6-6 record a season ago, but the Cougars had taken a step back in 2014, dropping their first seven games by an average of 26 points per contest, including last week’s 16-15 homecoming loss to Red Boiling Springs — a team they’d beaten 35-0 in 2013. L ongtime assistant coach a nd defensive coordinator And y McWilliams has been prom oted to interim head coach for t he remainder of the season, w hich includes games against Maplewood, Watertown and G ordonsville. M cWilliams, who also coaches the boys and girls track t eams, has taught and coached at Goodpasture since 1995. He p layed collegiate football at Memphis. Columbia Academy duo t o visit Clemson Apair of Columbia Academy football players — junior wide r eceiver Taylor Thompson and junior kicker Thomas Garrison —will be making unofficial r ecruiting visits to Clemson this weekend. “They’ve camped at Clemson the last two years,” Columbia Academy head coach Charl ie Lansdell said. “(Clemson assistant) Robbie Caldwell is s howing a lot of interest in them, and they’re going up to the Louisville game this week- e nd.” T he 6-foot-3, 175-pound Thompson has been one of the M idstate’s top pass-catchers t his season, hauling in 29 receptions for 590 yards and eight t ouchdowns. He also has a 70- yard punt return for a touchdown and a 16-yard rushing t ouchdown. Red Boiling Springs girls basketball coach retires Red Boiling Springs girls basketball coach Larry White has retired after leading the Lady Bulldogs for nearly four decades. “I want to spend more time with my grandson — I’d like to work with him more — plus the age factor,” White cited as reasons for retirement. “I loved my time at Red Boiling, and for as small of a school as we were, I thought we were awfully suc- c essful.” W hite, who won more than 5 00 games at Red Boiling S prings during his 37-year c oaching career (1976-2014), led f ive teams to the sectionals and took three teams to the state t ournament. D ustin McKinney has been named head coach for the 20141 5 season. Reach Michael Murphy at 259-8018 and on twitter at @Murph_TNsports PREP INSIDER TSB wins conference track and field title prep insider Michael Murphy mfmurphy@tennessean.com

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