PrepXtra Headlines from Knoxnews.com
Troy Fleming named first football coach at Concord Christian
Former University of Tennessee fullback Troy Fleming has set state high school records, played in big-time SEC football games and now he will try his hand at being a head coach.
Sevier County's Dorian Banks excited to be part of Tennessee's future
Dorian Banks’ sophomore year at Sevier County High School is still months from concluding, yet he had college on his mind this week.
Arkansas State was right fit for Daryl Rollins-Davis
Daryl Rollins-Davis, the Mr. Football-winning running back from Fulton High School, described the weight lifted off his shoulders Wednesday as “a rock.”
Central hires former Oak Ridge assistant coach Bryson Rosser
While Bryson Rosser made a name for himself as a player first in New Jersey, he has built the majority of his football résumé in Tennessee.
Morgan Shinlever has plan for Bearden football
At first glance, the hire looked odd.
Bearden AD Morgan Shinlever now Bearden football coach
Bearden High School athletic director Morgan Shinlever is now Bearden's new football coach.
Greeneville receiver Hays Culbreth grew close to his father before his unexpected passing
Greeneville High School senior receiver Hays Culbreth was going through his usual Saturday routine Nov. 9, 2013, with no idea his world soon would change forever.
GVX Audio: PrepXtra Football Awards with Jesse Smithey
KNOXVILLE — On Thursday’s edition of the Sports Page with Evan Woodbery and Vince Ferrara, News Sentinel high school sports reporter Jesse Smithey was on hand to talk about this evening’s PrepXtra Football Awards Banquet. One local player, Fulton’s Xavier Hawkins, will be awarded the PrepXtra Offensive Player of the Year.
Jeff McMillan 'going back home' to coach Carter football
The only way Jeff McMillan was going to leave his post as defensive coordinator for Fulton High School’s football program was if the head-coaching job at Carter opened.
Oregon State caught on to Fulton receiver Xavier Hawkins
Xavier Hawkins encountered a sense of home last weekend in Corvallis, Ore., though it was 2,619 miles from the Fulton High School campus in Knoxville.