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The Forrest Lady Rockets just would not quit Tuesday night, coming from behind to claim a gut-wrenching 43-38 overtime win over Murfreesboro Central Magnet School (MCM) in the District 12-AA opener for both squads. "We thought it showed their character,” Forrest coach Corey Bishop said. “To be down essentially the entire game and then fight back the way they did is a testament to their desire to not ever give up. “I like teams that have that persona and we as a coaching staff are very proud of them." more
Forrest Wrestling Results Tuesday, January 5 At Forrest Forrest 30, Columbia Central 15 138-Pounds: Seth McCoy (Forrest), Forfeit. 145: Sean Paul Febus (Forrest), Forfeit. 152: Hunter Pendley (Forrest) over Taydrion Cofer, Fall 3:00. 160: Nathan Neely (Columbia Central) over Chris Davis, Fall 1:19... more
The fact that Lewisburg sits about an hour south of the usual recruiting stops by college coaches, recruiting the Volunteer State has done little to deter Thomas Osteen and his staff from making sure that players that put the time in and want to play at the next level-- find a home at the next level. The class of 2021 will not be an exception as star linebacker Christian Stacey inked with Lindsey Wilson College during the fall signing period with both receiver A'Ky Howard and kick Jon Estes both expected to make their decisions on down the line. more
The Marshall County Tigers picked up their second win in a row, but it wasn’t easy as they had to hold off a determined Cornersville Bulldog squad trying to defend their home court on Tuesday night. The two intra-county rivals, playing for the first time in 13 years, battled back and forth the entire contest with the Tigers staving off a late Bulldogs’ charge to win 41-39. more
Marshall County High School took the short bus trip to Cornersville Tuesday night for an intra-county rivalry matchup and the Tigerettes came out gunning, draining 11 3-pointers in a 52-35 win over the Lady Bulldogs. “Offensively we played pretty good,” MCHS coach David Steely said. “We made shots and that is what the offense is about and we did a good job of creating for the next person instead of being selfish.”... more
There are so many tribulations in the present time as the world battles the Covid-19 pandemic, our country’s divisive political climate, and the daily struggles of raising families in an ever changing modern world. But let’s not forget the struggles of others as they go through hardship and pain that we don’t see, let’s not forget the cherished Chapel Hill McClendon family that has given us so much joy in the athletic arenas for over 20 years. more
TSWA All-State Golf Team Boys Golf LARGE CLASS Lance Simpson, Farragut, Sr. Jackson Herrington, Dickson County, Fr. Garrett Chumley, Oakland, Sr. Carson Kammann, Knox West, Jr. Gray Campbell, Crockett County, Sr. Jake Garland, Oakland, Jr. John Cheek, Science Hill, So... more
Girls Cross Country SMALL CLASS Alyssa Andrea, Fairview, So. Kelsey Thompson, Signal Mountain, So. Jaedyn Stalnecker, Forrest, So. Lily Stinnett, Gatlinburg-Pittman, Jr. Sophia Gibby, Signal Mountain, Sr. LARGE CLASS Jenna Hutchins, Science Hill, Jr... more
CLASS 6A OFFENSE QB – Cade Granzow, Brentwood, Sr. QB – Jaxson Campbell, Independence, Sr. RB – Jalen Hunt, McMinn County, Sr.RB – Jordan James, Oakland, Jr. RB – Robert Giaimo, Bartlett, Sr. WR – Walker Merrill, Brentwood, Sr. WR – Isaiah Horton, Oakland, Jr... more
Freed-Hardeman University plucked a gem when Forrest’s Max Kirby recently signed a Letter of Intent to play baseball next season for the Lions. “It is a big relief,” Kirby said. “I have been working since I was five years old to play college ball.” “I am glad I found a great program that is my willing to take me.” Kirby is adding his name to the long tradition of versatile athletes at Chapel Hill, playing on Forrest middle school teams that won Duck River Valley Conference titles in baseball, football, and basketball before concentrating on baseball and football in high school. more
The Governor has issued Executive Order No. 70, effective immediately and remaining in effect through January 19, 2021. Because of the significant increase in the incidence of COVID-19 infections in Tennessee, additional restrictions on who may attend interscholastic athletic practices and contests will be in place... more
Most Valuable Player - Offensive Back Max Kirby, Sr. QB/FS Most Valuable Defensive Player Noah Hill, Sr. OG/LB Most Valuable Linebacker Most Valuable Player -Defensive Back Most Valuable Player - Punter Christian Hammond, Jr. Honorable Mention All Academic... more
Rhett Woodard, Jr. RB/LB Riley Qualls, So. RB/LB Cason Warner, Jr. FB/DL Brady Calahan, Sr. RB/LB Honorable Mention Barrett Powers, Jr. OL/DL Trenton Posey, Sr. OL/DL Alex Hillard, Sr. RB/DB Blake Jones, Jr. OL/DL more
After securing their first win of the season last week versus Hampshire, the Cornersville Bulldogs entertained Mt. Pleasant Friday in the second game of the year between the two longtime rivals. The Bulldogs got off to a slow start and could never mount enough offense to catch up as the Tigers cruised to an easy 51-31 win to sweep the season series... more
The Cornersville Lady Bulldogs turned in their best performance of the season Friday night at home versus Mt. Pleasant. Coming in to the 2020-2011 season, the Lady Bulldogs had won seven in a row and nine out of the last 10 games over Mt. Pleasant, who broke the losing streak with a six-point win in a Hall of Champions game earlier this season... more
Awards were presented to 10 winners and 20 finalists at presentation held at Nissan Stadium Tennessee’s best high school football players for 2020 were recognized at the Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards dinner hosted by the Tennessee Titans. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fewer people were permitted to attend this year’s awards ceremony compared to previous years. More than 100 people, including the 30 finalists, family members, and coaches attended the 2020 luncheon... more
The Marshall County Tigerettes picked up their first win of the season at Cascade Tuesday night, coming away with a 48-34 victory over the Lady Champions. The Tigerettes (1-4) scored 15 points in the first and second periods, while holding Cascade (0-4) to just 10 points in the first half to take a 20-point lead at the break... more
The Marshall County Tigers could not make up for a slow first half Tuesday night at Cascade, falling 40-39 to the Champions. The Tigers (3-3-1) were held to 13 points in the first half, while the Champions scored 21 to take an eight-point lead at the break... more
The Forrest Rockets lost their third game in a row Tuesday night, falling in a close 68-62 contest to Summertown at Chapel Hill. “We thought we came out with the right attitude and toughness to be successful in this game,” Forrest coach Corey Bishop said. “I was really proud of the way we battled and fought through some adverse situations.” more
The Forrest Lady Rockets displayed some true grit and determination on Tuesday night at Chapel Hill, giving the stout Summertown Lady Eagles all they could handle. The Lady Rockets (2-4) held the high-flying Lady Eagles (6-1) to nine points in the first quarter and 10 in the second period to take a 20-19 lead at the half before Summertown came up with a big third quarter to seize the lead and hold on for the seven-point win. more
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