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Over the holiday weekend, Cal Ripken teams from across the state gathered in Lewisburg at the Richard Cashion Sports Complex. The tournament hosted three age divisions of baseball teams, including two eight-year-old teams and a nine-year-old division... more
With the retirement of sports editor Anthony Puca, the Marshall County Tribune didn't have to look far to find his replacement. Current Shelbyville Times-Gazette sports editor Chris Siers will be expanding his role and has been named the sports editor of the Marshall County Tribune... more
Claire Connell, a fifth-grader at Delk-Henson Intermediate School in Chapel, claimed first place in the 9-to-11U division at the inaugural Keeper Wars soccer goalie event in Murfreesboro last weekend. She was also the first place winner for the U9-11 age group girls... more
The Elks Hoop shoot will be Saturday, November 7 at 9 a.m. at the Lewisburg Recreation Center. This is a free throw program for children ages 8 -13, girls and boys, at no cost. You can't win if you don't play! If any questions, contact Kenneth Walker at 931-580-2616... more
The Forrest Alumni Association is hosting its 10th Annual Golf Tournament at the Buford Ellington Golf Course inside Henry Horton State Park on Saturday, October 24. The four-man scramble on the 6,690-yard tract begins at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start and lunch will provided to all golfers... more
2020 Chapel Hill Lions Club Golf Tournament Results Saturday, October 17 Buford Ellington Golf Course (Henry Horton State Park) A.M. Winners Championship Flight First Place (53): First Commerce Bank-Eddie Wiles, Dean Delk, Joey Morefield, Brian Borton... more
President-Matthew Cashion Vice President-Chuck Grooms Secretary Blaze-Grooms Auxiliary-Daniel Talley VP Girls-Open Girls player agent-Greg Wells Vice President Boys-Dackon Pullen Boys player agent- Gunner Fuller Treasure-Mike Randles Field Maintenance-Dale Gordon... more
The Southern Tennessee Elite (STE) basketball travel squad took to the hardwood last week at Franklin County High School in the 22nd Annual Run and Gun Shootout and came away with the championship hardware. STE went undefeated in the 11th and 12th grade tournament division, beating the Murfreesboro Warriors in the title game... more
The Marshall County Babe Ruth League regular season champions Nichirin took on the Columbia Red Birds in the Gold Pool loser’s bracket game Wednesday and came away with a close 5-4 win. Nichirin had seven hits in the game with James Hery going a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate with two runs scored, an RBI, a stolen base, and one base on balls. Trey Warner picked up the win on the mound, giving up two runs (one earned) on three hits while striking out six and walking three. more
The Silver pool loser’s bracket final took two days to be completed because of a weather suspension and a lightning delay, but when it was finally finished the Elks ended Marshall Medical Center’s season with a close 6-4 win. The Marshall County Babe Ruth League’s postseason game began on Tuesday at the Jonathan D. Hollingsworth Memorial Babe Ruth Field as MMC starting pitcher Ashton Grubbs retired the side in order in the top of the first inning. more
The youthful A-Plus squad, coached by Cornersville 18-year olds Tilden Jackson and Jake Singleton (filling in for Walker Whaley), completed its late season surge Thursday night with a hard fought 7-6 win over the Elks in the Marshall County Babe Ruth League’s Silver Pool championship game. Kason Fuller picked up the win on the mound for A-Plus, giving up six runs (two earned) on six hits while striking out four and walking one in 4.1 innings of work before Grayson Miller came in with two outs and two runners on base in the final inning. more
Top-seeded Game Time beat Nichirin in round one of the Gold Bracket playoffs before taking on Columbia neighbor Red Birds in round two and they remained undefeated in the postseason with a come from behind 9-3 win. The Red Birds struck first with a pair of first inning runs as Andy Reed reached on a leadoff error and Jake Uselton bashed a single before Chris Gilbert walked to load the bases and Bryson Jones followed with another walk to drive in Reed. Koen Fagan followed with an RBI fielder’s choice before Game Time starting pitcher Cole Taylor settled in with inning-ending back-to-back strikeouts. more
A-Plus Collision Center put a serious dent in Marshall Medical Center’s hopes of taking the Silver Bracket crown via a 9-3 second round win in Monday night’s Marshall County Babe Ruth League Tournament at the Jonathan D. Hollingsworth Memorial Babe Ruth Field in Lewisburg. MMC beat the Elks in the first round, but ran up against a stellar performance by Grayson Miller on the mound and at the dish in round two. Miller tossed a complete game one-hitter with seven strikeouts and one base on balls while going 2-for-3 at the dish with a two-run homerun and three runs scored. more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Since 2012, Bassmaster Magazine has released annual rankings of the country’s best bass fisheries. While tournament data could not be gathered because of the COVID-19 pandemic, crunching numbers gathered over the past eight years revealed a surprising Best Bass Lake of the Decade — California’s Clear Lake... more
In the next to the last game of the 16-18 year-old Babe Ruth season Friday night at the Jonathon D. Hollingsworth Memorial Babe Ruth Field in Lewisburg, the Gamecocks jumped out to a big lead over the Beavers before surviving a serious comeback bid to hold on for a 10-8 win. Carson Cheek had another huge night for the Gamecocks, smashing the league’s first home run of the season and picking up the win on the mound. JW Beasley and Logan Courtemanche both went 2-for-3 at the plate for the Gamecocks with Beasley driving in two and scoring two runs while Courtemanche drove in two, scored a run, stole two bases, and tossed one scoreless inning on the hill to earn a hold. more
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