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The Oliver Springs football program has had a great two weeks in the Tennessee Valley Athletic Association. The Bobcats swept Kingston in week 6 and then swept Midway in the seventh week.
While Oliver Springs was celebrating, Midway and Kingston were struggling. Midway dropped eight games in the two weeks, four to Spring City and then four to Oliver Springs last Saturday. Kingston dropped all four to Oliver Springs and then two more to Harriman last Saturday.
The Harriman mighty mites and crickets continued to roll along with two wins each the past two weeks.
Midway’s program had the hardest two weeks they will face this year, dropping four games to Spring City in week 6 and four more to Oliver Springs last Saturday.
The Midway mighty mites dropped a 6-0 decision to Spring City and fell 32-0 to Oliver Springs last Saturday.
Midway’s mighty mites dropped to 0-7 with the losses. Oliver Springs held on to second place at 6-1.
The Midway crickets fell to 0-7 falling to Spring City, 28-0, and to Oliver Springs, 26-6.
Oliver Springs improved to 5-2 with the victory.
The Midway hoppers had great battles against Spring City and Oliver Springs, but still came away with two losses. The Red Dogs squeezed out a 30-28 win over Midway in three overtimes. The Green Wave then fell 14-0 to Oliver Springs last Saturday.
Midway fell to 2-5 while Oliver Springs jumped to 7-0.
The Midway cutters lost 30-6 to lead league leading Spring City, but played well at Oliver Springs before dropping a 6-0 decision.
Midway’s cutters dropped to 5-2 while Oliver Springs improved to 6-1 and held on to second place in the division.
Harriman at Kingston
Kingston's program lost six consecutive games before rallying for two wins against Harriman last Saturday.
The Harriman mighty mites stayed on their season long roll with a 32-12 win at Kingston last Saturday.
Harriman leads the division with an unbeaten 7-0 record. Kingston fell to 3-4 with the loss.
The Harriman crickets got a tough 14-8 win at Kingston to improve to 6-1.
Kingston dropped to 2-5 with the loss.
The Kingston hoppers got the program back on track with a 22-12 win over Harriman.
Kingston improved to 5-2. Harriman fell to 0-7 with the loss.
The Kingston cutters gutted out a 6-0 over Harriman win to improve to 4-3 in the division. The Blue Devils fell to 2-5.