Portland Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 2 - 8
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Panthers come up short against Greenbrier

By Curtis Marlin For the Leader Sep 16, 2020 The Portland High School football team came up short against visiting Greenbrier, suffering a 19-12 loss in a Region 5-4A contest last Friday night at Edgar Johnson Stadium. The loss was the second straight in league action for the Purple. The Panthers took the opening kickoff,

Second half shutout leads Bobcats over Portland

TODD LAMBERTH sports@mainstreetmediatn.com  Sep 13, 2020 PORTLAND- With both teams coming off of a loss in their first region 5-4A games of the season, Friday night’s matchup between Portland and Greenbrier was big for both sides. It was the Bobcats coming away with their first region win with a 19-12 victory. The Panthers came out

Failed conversion leaves Portland with one-point loss

By Curtis Marlin For the Leader Sep 9, 2020 The Portland High football squad came up short in a Region 5-4A contest with host Montgomery Central as the Indians held on for a 20-19 victory last Friday night. The Panthers, who were trailing 20-13 with under two minutes left to play, scored on a 24-yard

Vote for County Player of the Week

Sumner Co. Player of the Week – Week 3 Click the link and vote for Braden Thornton as Player of the Week to support Portland High School. https://tnhighschoolfootball.com/sumner-co-player-week-week-3-3/?fbclid=IwAR3vht3Es3bMBeka3KjokZJ5IVYQPQR9cHLCm159K7_00nSgHQoFbPJwo2A   Each week this season we will highlight some of the top performers from that week’s high school football action. Our Sumner Co. Poll is presented by

Panthers fall short on game-winning two-point conversion

Blaine Kellar sports@mainstreetmediatn.com Sep 5, 2020 Montgomery Central picked up their first win of the 2020 season on Friday, Sept. 4, earning a 20-19 regional victory over the visiting Portland Panthers. Although the game was a back-and-forth contest, the Indians emerged victorious following a failed two-point conversion that would have sealed a victory for the

Panthers rally past Forrest

By Curtis Marlin For the Leader The Portland High School football team rebounded from a disappointing season-opening loss by defeating visiting Forrest, 20-14, Thursday evening at Memorial Field. The Panthers fell behind 14-0 early and were outgained in total yardage, 135-5, over the first 16 minutes of action. However, after taking over possession of the

Panthers can’t keep up with hard-charging Chargers

By Curtis Marlin For the Leader The Westview High School football team made a nearly three-and-a-half-hour trip to Portland for last Friday night’s season opener. The trip back home for the Chargers probably didn’t seem to take as long after defeating the homestanding Panthers, 47-6. It was the first game for both schools in the