Lynn Camp falls to Clay. KCHS, Pineville cut it close

August 21, 2015
Photos by Jessica Miller Lynn Camp fans and Alumni line the gate entrance as the Wildcats run through them.

Photos by Jessica Miller
Lynn Camp fans and Alumni line the gate entrance as the Wildcats run through them.

Two Knox County high school football games took place at Lynn Camp Friday night. Clay County soared past Lynn Camp 21 to 6 and Knox Central squeaked past Pineville 14 to 13. However, these games were only twenty-minute halves. Had they been full games the outcomes may have turned out quite differently.


The evening kicked off with a matchup between Knox Central and Pineville. With 17:43 left in the first half, Pineville scored the first touchdown of the night and went for the extra point. KC quickly came back and scored a touchdown and kicked for the extra point. Knox Central’s running back, Frankie Robinson, made a 78 yd. run and scored another touchdown for the panthers. Nick Martin scored the two-point conversion, making the score KC: 13, Pineville: 7 at halftime. Pineville was able to score one more touchdown, which made the final score KC: 14, Pineville: 13.

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