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Stories from Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Key fob nails it (10/12/11)
The Rev. Tim Atkisson, pastor of New Life Family Tabernacle in Lewisburg is convinced that the body found by city and Marshall County authorities is that of David Dickinson, the evangelist who preached at New Life on Sept. 25.
Body believed to be evangelist's (10/12/11)
Lewisburg Police believe that the body recovered from Rock Creek on Tuesday night was that of an evangelist who's been missing for a few weeks, but a detective says they won't be certain until they consult further with the medical examiner's office in Nashville.
Cougars no match for focused Rockets (10/12/11)
After losing at home to Eagleville in dramatic fashion last week, the Forrest Rockets were squarely backed up against the playoff wall, needing to sweep the remainder of their schedule to guarantee a spot in the post-season and head coach Kyle Stacey's crew took the first step in a 49-7 rout over MTCS in Murfreesboro Friday night. "I wish they were all like this," said a smiling Stacey after the game. "We developed some depth tonight because of injuries and I hope that pays off in the long run because we have three huge games in a row coming up."
Lady Rockets lose at Summit, fall to sixth place (10/12/11)
The Forrest Lady Rockets had their fate in their hands last week to secure a home game in the first round of the District 11A/AA Tournament before a 5-4 upset loss at Cornersville on Tuesday, followed by a 2-1 road defeat at the hands of the Summit Lady Spartans on Thursday. The two setbacks sent Forrest (2-4-2) reeling, all the way to sixth place in the final regular season standings.
Tigers sprint past Spartans (10/12/11)
There's no substitute for speed. The Marshall County Tigers had little trouble dispatching of District 12-AA newcomer Summit on Friday night, as they defeated the Spartans 35-0 on the road behind a bevy of big plays. The Tigers (5-2, 4-1) got off to a fast start and reached the end zone on their first three drives to build a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter...
CMS Bulldogs fall to Richland (10/12/11)
The Cornersville Middle School Bulldogs (2-5) wrapped up their 2011 football campaign on Thursday night when they dropped a 32-22 decision to the Richland Raiders at home. Richland took control of the game early and scored touchdowns on their first two drives while converting both two-point conversions to forge a 16-0 lead with 7:52 left in the second quarter.
Wayne County blanks Bulldogs (10/12/11)
After playing their last four opponents competitively, the Cornersville Bulldogs ran into a brick wall on Friday night when they were defeated 40-0 on the road by Region 6-A leader Wayne County while also losing senior tailback and leading rusher Noah Rubbo to a dislocated kneecap in the first quarter.