Multiple sources have told the Hendersonville Standard that the Hendersonville High School football
team has fielded several ineligible players over the course of the 2014 season.
These sources said that six members of the Commando football team are living at different addresses than they claimed, or they are not living with their legal guardian(s).
They have each had a week to think about and prepare for one another.
Hendersonville and Beech enter Friday night’s contest each having bye weeks a week ago in what is arguably their biggest rivalry games on the schedule.
With a week to prepare for the Knights, Montgomery Bell Academy enters Friday night’s contest with Pope John Paul II the heavy favorites to end the JPII season winless in the Division II Class AA Region.
But that’s not to say that they Jerry Joslin coached Knights won’t be ready to play. The Knights have dropped the last six ballgames but have routinely made mistakes along the way that have set the tone for each of their last six losses.
In order to keep their postseason chances alive, Station Camp will host the Portland Panthers Friday night in a must win ballgame.
After suffering a huge loss with the injury to quarterback Ethan Brummett, who is likely to miss the remainder of the season, the Panthers will rely heavily up senior Devontae House. House was the most effective offense weapon against Gallatin a week ago with 63 yards on 14 carries.