WASHINGTON CO. — David Crockett high school’s “iron man” Brandon Rains put pen to paper this afternoon with family and friends looking on.
Rains, who made 31 consecutive starts at left tackle for the Pioneers signed a national letter of intent with the Emory & Henry Wasps.
The big 7 all conference performer led an offensive line that produced back to back 1 thousand yard rushers and over 8 thousand yards in total offense.
HAMPTON — A Hampton high school senior Maddy Guinn is blazing a trail in a brand new sport becoming the first at her school to sign with the King acrobatics and tumbling team.
Guinn, used her training facility-heart of Tennessee gymnastics. As a backdrop for her signing earlier this month.
King University’s program is only 3 years old, it’s the only acro/tumbling program in the state of Tennessee and one of 13 in the country.