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Panthers to host winless White House-Heritage

Curtis Marlin Portland Leader The Portland Panthers will host White House-Heritage this Friday in a key region battle. The Patriots come to town winless in five games. But according to Panther coach Greg Cavanah, that record is deceiving. The Patriots have scored 90 points so far this season while giving up 196. The two teams

Panthers Roll Over West Creek

Angie Flatt Portland Sun The Portland Panthers celebrated a Homecoming win Friday night in a 42-18 rout of West Creek. The Panthers got off to a rocky start allowing the Coyotes to score on the first series of the game when West Creek’s Parsons scored a 53-yard touchdown. However, Portland’s Grayson Stubblefield blocked the Coyotes

Portland stays hot, shuts out Greenbrier

Angie Flatt Portland Sun Friday night, the Portland Panthers sent the Greenbrier Bobcats back home with a loss, shutting out the Bobcats 28-0. The win improves Portland to 3-1. The Panther defense showed up and showed out, consistently forcing the Bobcats to punt or turn the ball over on downs. Portland opted for short kicks

Panthers ready for road game against the Indians

By Curtis Marlin Portland Leader A pair of 2-0 teams square off Friday as Portland travels to Montgomery Central for both teams’ first region contest. Both squads are coming off impressive wins last week. The Indians were victorious over Kenwood 10-7 while the Panthers posted a 31-20 win over Hillwood. The Panthers won 34-0 in

Nashville area high school football top performers from Week 2

The Tennessean Here is a look at the top high school football performers from Week 2. Statistic information was received from area schools. Trace Adams, BGA. Adams had 8 tackles and one sack. Chico Bennett, BGA. Bennett had 76 yards and a TD on 4 catches. Tiy Reed, BGA. Reed had 6 catches for 113

5 takeaways from Portland’s Week 2 win over Hillwood

The Tennessean by Chris Pool Portland is 2-0 for the first time since 2006 when the Panthers opened the season with wins over Greenwood (Ky.) and Clarksville Northwest. Fast forward to 2018, Portland coach Greg Cavanah’s program remained undefeated Thursday night with a 31-20 win over Hillwood. Here are five takeaways from the non-region win.

Panthers open the season with big win over Warren East

ANGIE FLATT angieraephoto@gmail.com Aug 18, 2018 Portland Sun The Portland Panthers kicked off the 2018 season with a win, beating the Warren East Raiders 28-14 at home on Friday night. Portland hit the ground running, scoring a touchdown on the opening drive of the game, capped off with a 1-yard touchdown on Caleb Mandrell’s quarterback

Panthers draw with Westmoreland at jamboree

ANGIE FLATT angieraephoto@gmail.com Portland Sun Aug 13, 2018 The Portland Panthers scored first in the second quarter against Westmoreland when Dylan Gulley scored a 20-yard touchdown and Kannon Conrad kicked the extra point giving the Panthers a 7-0 lead. The Eagles tied it up with 7:25 left in the game, which would hold as the

Cavanah voted best coach in county

ZACH WOMBLE June 8, 2018 Portland Sun GALLATIN – During the third annual Main Street Awards on Tuesday morning at Gallatin Civic Center, Portland football coach Greg Cavanah took home the award for best high school coach. “I truly consider it an honor and blessing,” Cavanah said. “I was fortunate to retire in Kentucky and

Panthers close out spring practice

ZACHWOMBLE zwomble@mainstreetmediatn.com Portland Sun 5/14/18 Portland coach Greg Cavanah and the Panther football team closed spring practice Friday night at Edgar Johnson Stadium with a matchup against Clarksville High School. Portland managed eight practice days and two scrimmages, giving Cavanah and the rest of his staff plenty of tape to evaluate this summer. “I thought