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AHS Players of the Week against Oakland (Murfreesboro) : Don Oliver, FCNB Community Bank President, Hunter Clay, Defense and First Citizens National Bank Player of the Game; Cameron Durley, Special Teams. Staff Photo.

Senior defensive linebacker Hunter Clay was named the defensive player of the week and First Citizens National Bank player of the game with 10 tackles and one tackle for a loss. Kicker Cameron Durley earned his second recognition as special teams player of the week by scoring the only points of the game for the Tigers with a 31-yard field goal and taking two hits that were called for roughing the kicker. There was no offensive player honored.

 

AHS Players of the Week against Bartlett: T Foster, Special Teams; Everett Mitchell, Offense; Sidney Austin,  Defense and First Citizens National Bank Player of the Week; Don Oliver, FCNB Community Bank President. Staff Photo.

AHS Players of the Week against Bartlett: T Foster, Special Teams; Everett Mitchell, Offense; Sidney Austin, Defense and First Citizens National Bank Player of the Game; Don Oliver, FCNB Community Bank President. Staff Photo.

The Arlington High School Tigers Players of the Week for the September 5 victory against Bartlett were recognized today at a team meeting before tonight’s big matchup against #3-ranked Oakland (Murfreesboro).

The Special Teams Player of the Week, Sophomore running back Tevarious (“T”) Foster (#15) was honored for returning two kickoffs for a total of 70 yards returns, including a game-opening run that almost scored a touchdown. In addition, Foster accumulated 50 yards rushing in five carries. Junior receiver Everett Mitchell (#7) received offensive player of the week for 86 yards receiving on four catches, one touchdown, and what AHS Head Coach Chris Wiley described as “one of the best before the half plays” he had ever seen, lauding Mitchell’s ability to stay in bounds. Senior cornerback Sidney Austin (#19), the defensive player of the week and First Citizens Player of the Game, snagged two key interceptions and two tackles against the Bartlett Panthers.

Players of the Week vs. Collierville: Ryan Flack, Special Teams; Tate Kolwyck, Offense and First Citizens National Bank Player of the Game; Ben Evans, Defense. Staff Photo.

Players of the Week vs. Collierville: Ryan Flack, Special Teams; Tate Kolwyck, Offense and First Citizens National Bank Player of the Game; Ben Evans, Defense. Staff Photo.

The Arlington High School Tigers Players of the Week for the August 29 game against Collierville were recognized today at a team meeting before tonight’s trip to take on the undefeated Bartlett Panthers in the first district match up of the season.

The Special Teams Player of the Week, Senior defensive back Ryan Flack (#34) was named for his performance on the Tigers’ kickoff team. Flack had one solo tackle, one assist, and Tigers Head Coach Chris Wiley added, “several key special teams plays.”  Freshman quarterback Tate Kolwyck (# 17) received offensive player of the week and First Citizens National Bank Player of the Week honors for throwing three touchdowns and going 22/30 for 227 yards with one interception.  Senior defensive end Ben Evans (#43), the defensive player of the week, tallied up seven tackles, one sack, and forced a fumble against the CHS Dragons.

 

Cross Country

The Arlington High School Cross Country Team, under the leadership of second-year head coach Dennis Harris, plans to build on its successful 2013 season.  The boys team have won back-to-back Regional Championship and tied for 6th place at the state meet.  The girls finished second in the region and placed 18th at state.

The boys team graduated four  of its top eight runners in 2014.  “They will be hard to replace,” Harris admits.  “The younger runners will need to step up.”  Key Runners:  Chris Walls, Ryan Redman, Blake Herron, Chandler Jenkins, Justice McBride, Robbie Renfrow, and Senna Murray.

The girls team did not lose any seniors last year and has added some new runners that Harris believes will help the team. Key Runners:  Amanda Leatherwood, Celine Rone, Brittany Staggs, Sidney McBride,and Hannah Davey.

Continues…

This season, catch all the action, home and away, from the Arlington Radio Network, broadcasting live on the internet via podcast at http://majestic.wavestreamer.com:9277/listen.pls or look on TheView38002.com for the link (on mobile it’s Menu>Sports>AHS Tiger Football; bookmark it to make it easier to find.

The Arlington Radio Network is back on the air, broadcasting every Arlington Tiger football game, home and away, all the way through the playoffs.

In the broadcast booth will be Walt McTyre (play by play) and Don Gentry (color commentator). Walt McTyre is a former Arlington coach, coaching for the middle school program for ten years. Don Gentry is a former University of Memphis Tiger (offensive line) and current Defensive Coordinator for the Arlington 8th grade team.

Keep up with all the latest info including interviews, player profiles and broadcast times on their facebook page at Arlington Radio Network.

Arlington Radio Network will also work in partnership with The View 38002 to provide access to archived game audio for games previously played. Arlington Radio Network looks forward to being a service to the Arlington community.


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