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Grundy County outscored Cumberland County 30-21 at CCHS Friday night. The Jets battled, but turnovers and penalties proved costly as the Yellow Jackets picked up their third straight win. Jordan Buckner threw three TD passes for the Jets; the first the Colton Dykes, the second to Zakk King and the third to Tyler Norris. Cumberland County, now 1 and 8 on the season, will close out their year Friday, November 1st, as they host the Pioneers of Warren County High School.
Tennessee State Parks Deputy Commissioner Brock Hill, along with Stonehaus Winery's Rob Ramsey, introduced the 75th Anniversary wine Thursday night at Montgomery Bell State Park. The event was a kick-off for the partnership between Tennessee State Parks and Stonehaus Winery. Select state park restaurants including Cumberland Mountain State Park in Crossville, will sell the commemorative wine. Stonehaus Winery will donate $1 for every bottle sold to the Friends of Tennessee State Parks to help fund ongoing educational and seasonal programs.
Officials with Cenergistic Inc have proposed a partnership with Cumberland County Schools to implement its energy conservation program in the schools throughout the county. According to the proposed contract, Cenergistic would work to provide the District with a customized program which they say would reduce energy consumption. The Board chose to table the request at this time, in order to research the proposal thoroughly.
The Stone Memorial High School Girls Cross Country team is going to state! The Lady Panthers were led by Hailey Coudriet who ran a school record 19:39 and placed 1st overall. Caroline Pribanich was 5th overall with a personal record of 20:37. The boy's team placed 5th overall. Jordan Schroeder qualified for State with his individual time of 17:58. The State competition is set for November 2nd at the Percy Warner Park.
The National Weather Service has extended a freeze warning for Cumberland County until 9am on Saturday morning. While the sun continues to shine, excessive cold temperatures are expected with overnight temps approaching record breaking lows. Officials remind you to take precautions with outdoor pets and unprotected vegetation or crops which may be killed by the frigid temperatures