Bulldog Football

Fentress County Pee Wee Bulldog’s Ryder Smith (10) halts an Panther’s ball carrier as Coen Gibson (5) comes to assist.

Pee Wee Bulldogs Fall to Stone

Saturday, August 26, 2017, the Fentress County Pee Wee Bulldogs played against the Stone Memorial Pee Wee Panthers.  The Panthers went home with a 24 – 0 win.  The Pee Wee Bulldogs continue to show improvement in the fundamentals and continue to play with enthusiasm, pride and give 100%.  For great family fun, we encourage all family and friends to come out and support the Pee Wee Bulldogs.

Fentress County Junior Bulldog’s Landon Robbins (3) prevents a Panther’s ball carrier from gaining more yards as Calvin Voles (45) and Nathaniel Heddings (29) assist.

Junior Bulldogs Fall to Stone

The Fentress County Junior Bulldogs played the Stone Memorial Junior Panthers in Jamestown on Saturday, August 26, 2017.  This young team continues to show improvement and they do not give up, regardless of the odds.  The Junior Bulldogs play with great effort and heart and are improving with every game. The Panthers took home a win with a score of 23 – 0.

Fentress County Senior Bulldog’s Kyler Landers (94) and Landyn Smith (12) put a stop to a Panther ball carrier.

Senior Bulldogs Hold Fast to First Place

On Saturday, August 26, 2017, at the Dragon Pit in Jamestown, TN, the Fentress County Senior Bulldogs squared off against the Stone Memorial Panthers in a battle of the heavyweights.  Both teams were undefeated and tied for first place.  In a game that lived up to the hype, the two teams battled the entire game.  With tireless effort from the players and outstanding coaching, the Senior Bulldogs are now in sole possession of first place in the eastern division of the Middle Tennessee Youth Football Conference.  The Bulldogs won with a very close score of 7 – 6.