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The Lady Bobcats invaded Dottie Kelso Memorial Gymnasium on Tuesday night to take on the Marshall County High School Tigerettes in a key District 12-AA matchup. The Tigerettes, with Karlye Wiser blistering the nets for six 3-pointers, kept the Lady Bobcats at arm’s length and sent Giles County home on the losing end of a 50-42 score. more
The sixth-ranked Community Vikings marched into Chapel Hill Tuesday night and ran over the Rockets via a 79-47 District 12-AA win. Community (24-1, 7-0) has won 11 games in a row and its only loss was a 69-66 setback to Ardmore, Alabama in the Richland Christmas Tournament. “Community is a really good team, a veteran team,” Forrest coach Corey Bishop said. “All five starters have been starting for the past three years.” “They took their lumps as sophomores and freshmen, but they are now starting to see some good results this year.” more
The Forrest Lady Rockets continued their late season surge Tuesday night at Chapel Hill with a 62-33 blowout win over District 12-AA foe Community. “Tonight we came out focused on our defensive assignments and we didn’t let them get any open three’s,” Forrest coach Jeremy Jean said. “We pressured their guards so they couldn’t feed the post, so we played a really good game from top to bottom.” more
Forrest senior Jesmarie Negron wrestled her way to a second consecutive appearance in the state tournament with a fourth-place finish at the West Region Tournament last weekend at Nolensville. The 2020 Class A-AA Wrestling Championship is on February 21 and 22 at the Williamson County Expo Center in Franklin. more
Anonymous donors recently came forward to supply the medals to the winners of the two coveted low medalist spots in the Gary Wells Cup intra-county golf match between Marshall County, Forrest, and Cornersville. The Wells Cup match, which began in 2012, honors longtime Marshall County Tiger golf coach Gary Wells, who coached the team for a 30-year period from 1979-2009 and guided the Tigers to 19 district titles (16 consecutive), plus back-to-back TSSAA state championships in 1997 and 1998, and a runnerup finish in 1999, all at the Old Fort Golf Corse in Murfreesboro. more
The Associated Press' Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee's three Division I non-financial aid classifications and in the combined Division II financial aid classification as selected by Tennessee AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters. With first-place votes in parentheses, records through February 3, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote:... more
Giles County 11 7 26 12 14-70 Forrest 13 7 17 19 11-67 Giles County (70): JC Brown 18, Dakorbian Bellefant 14, Zy-Chaun Yarbrough 13, Devin Johnson 11, Jake Cardin 8, Jack Harper 3, Gavin Busby 3. Three-point Goals (6): Brown 2, Cardin 2, Harper, Johnson... more
Tuesday, January 29, 2020 At Forrest Giles County 12 14 8 14 0-48 Forrest 15 14 9 10 7-55 Giles County (48): Hanna Hill 19, Teondra Williams 11, Ari Howard 8, Angel Howard 5, Bri Brown 5. Three-Point Goals (4): Hill 2, Angel Howard, Brown. Free Throws (10-for-15): Ari Howard 6-for-7, Brown 2-for-4, Williams 1-for-3, Hill 1-for-1... more
Forrest 48, Marshall County 18 Thursday, January 28 At Forrest 182 Pounds-Noah Hill (Forrest) over Bailey Johnson (Marshall Co.), (Fall 1:23). 195-Jose Ogara (Marshall Co.), Forfeit. 220-Double Forfeit. 285-John Martin (Marshall Co.), Forfeit. 106-Layne Bowman (Forrest) over Christian Peete (Marshall Co.), (Fall 1:32)... more
The finale of Tuesday night’s double header pitted the Nolensville Knights versus the Marshall County Tigers in an important District 12-AA matchup at Lewisburg. The Tigers, looking to move into a second place tie with the Knights in the district, could not overcome some cold shooting and fell 55-33. more
The number-eight ranked Nolensville Lady Knights invaded the Dottie Kelso Memorial Gymnasium for a showdown for first place in District 12-AA with the Marshall County Tigerettes in Tuesday’s first game of a doubleheader. Both squads came into the contest with identical 4-0 district records and they proceeded to put on a defensive show with Nolensville coming away with a 37-27 victory and sole possession of first place. more
After an 11-point loss at Nolensville on Friday night, the Forrest Rockets bounced back on Saturday at Chapel Hill, picking up their third win of the season with a 61-51 triumph over Lawrence County. “It's great to be able to show the guys that we are improving,” Forrest coach Corey Bishop said. “The first time we played Lawrence County we lost 70-35, now we take a win by ten.” more
The Forrest Lady Rockets travelled to Nolensville Friday night and took a beating as the experienced and talented Lady Knights took an easy 70-49 win. “They (Nolensville) are a really good team,” Forrest coach Jeremy Jean said. “They have good size, good shooters, and a good post presence.” Nolensville’s had four players in double figures, led by two-time District 12-AA regular season MVP Grace Baird with 21 points, all coming from three-point land. Zoe Piller scored 17, Parker Leftwich had 15, Caymin Ladd 11 with three 3-pointers, and Sydney Mickulin rounded out the Lady Knights in the scoring column with six points. more
Friday night’s nightcap at Lynchburg featured a District 8-A matchup between the Cornersville Bulldogs and the Moore County Raiders. Moore County’s Brayden Cashion poured in 21 points to lead all scorers in the contest and the Raiders survived a second half surge by the Bulldogs to pull out a 57-47 victory. “I have got to find a way to get us a win, we haven’t been in those situations where we have to protect the lead and we’ll have to watch film and see how to,” Cornersville coach Peyton Newton said. “It was a good total team effort.” Eli Welch made his presence known in the opening stanza as he scored 11 points and blocked or altered several shots to keep the Bulldogs close. more
The Cornersville Lady Bulldogs hit the road to Lynchburg to take on a District 8-A foe Moore County Raiderettes Friday night. Moore County had to fend off the Lady Bulldogs, who came from 12 points back at the end of the third quarter to close to within three points before clutch free throw shooting from point guard Charlotte Ray enabled the Raiderettes to ease by Cornersville, 49-39. more
The 2020 TSSAA Hall of Fame inductees have been selected. Nine new members will be inducted into the TSSAA Hall of Fame at the annual luncheon at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center in Murfreesboro on Saturday, April 18, 2020. Three administrators, four coaches, one official, and one contributor will be inducted that day to join others in the annual gathering of those selected since the process began in 1982. more
The Associated Press' Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee's three Division I non-financial aid classifications and in the combined Division II financial aid classification as selected by Tennessee AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters. With first-place votes in parentheses, records through January 27, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote:... more
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