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The Marshall County Tigerettes, coming off a losing effort in their season opener against Hickman County on Tuesday night, hosted the Fayetteville City Lady Tigers in a Hall of Champions Contest at the Dottie Kelso Memorial Gymnasium in Lewisburg Thursday night... more
Marshall County squared off with Fayetteville City in a battle of the Tigers Thursday night at the Dottie Kelso Memorial Gymnasium in Lewisburg in the second game of the twin bill for neighboring county schools. Marshall County used a 6-0 run late the first half and poured it on in the second half to come away with a 75-36 victory over Fayetteville. Bryson Hughes’ 18 points led a parade of double figure scoring from the MCHS Tigers as Devonte Davis had 13 points, Omarion Alred scored 11, and Kaamil Hazel chipped in 10 points. more
For the second time in three years, Marshall County (9-3) make the trek to Coffee County to face Tullahoma (12-0) in the second round of the Class 4A state playoffs. Unlike the 2018 matchup where the underdog fourth-seeded Tigers took the game into the final minutes of a 16-14 loss, Friday's matchup was all Wildcats all the time in a lopsided 35-7 win for the number one ranked team in class 4A... more
The Forrest Rockets travelled to Waverly Friday night for a Class 2A second round playoff game, looking for redemption from back-to-back postseason losses to the Tigers in 2017 and 2018. Forrest fell behind early at the Ray Hampton Stadium in Humphreys County before tying the game at 14-14 right before the half, but a 23-point third quarter by the Tigers put the Rockets in a hole they could not dig out of in a 37-14 season ending loss. more
The Forrest Lady Rockets suffered a devastated blow when senior standout Carissa Curtis tore her ACL prior to the season. With the loss of Curtis, gone was 14.7 points per game, 5.2 rebounds per game, 2.8 assists per game, and 2.4 steals per game by the Freed-Hardeman University signee who finished her Forrest career with 1,266 points. “She's (Curtis) a valuable part of our team and a fantastic teammate, but it is an opportunity for our team to gain valuable playing experience that they will need the rest of the year,” Forrest coach Corey Bishop. “We have players navigating new roles that they are getting used to.” more
The Forrest Rockets, who have not had a winning season since 2012, kicked off the 2020 campaign in style Tuesday night at Chapel Hill with a convincing 74-63 win over the Huntland Hornets in a Hall of Champions contest. “We wanted to start out with a win to ensure that what we are practicing everyday can be utilized in the games,” Forrest coach Corey Bishop said. “I was really proud of our attention to detail throughout our off-season and our two weeks of practice.” more
Winners to be unveiled at luncheon on December 8 November 17, 2020 The Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards will be presented to the top football players in nine classifications of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association on Tuesday, December 8, 2020, at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. For the 18th consecutive year, the top kicker in the state will be recognized with a Mr. Football Award, regardless of classification... more
New BlueCross Bowl branding unveiled November 11, 2020 As playoffs begin, Tennessee high school teams once again have their sights on the BlueCross Bowl in Cookeville, and BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee is supporting TSSAA efforts to ensure the health and safety of all involved in the upcoming events... more
The 2020 TSSAA State Cross Country Championship at Sanders Ferry Park in Hendersonville on Thursday capped off a great season for the Forrest Cross Country program as the girls finished in 10th place and the boys came in 17th. “One of the kids said this is the biggest event I’ve ever been in my life,” Forrest coach Josh Webb said. “And it is, to be in the state championship is an honor no matter what sport it is, especially cross country because you are not only competing individually, you are competing as a team.” more
The first round of the TSSAA 2020 Class A playoffs featured the Cornersville Bulldogs traveling to take on the Huntingdon Mustangs. The meeting marked the fourth year in a row that the two teams have squared off in the playoffs with the Bulldogs winning in 2017 and 2018 and the Mustangs winning big last year and this year followed that pattern as Huntingdon secured a 48-8 victory to move on to the next round. more
The East Hickman Eagles came in to Friday night’s first round Class 2A playoff game at Murrey E. Holton Memorial Field in Chapel Hill averaging 28 points per game, but left with just a meaningless fourth quarter touchdown versus a stingy Forrest defense that’s is allowing only 10.9 points per game on the season. “This win is huge, we came out and played hard and we get to move on,” Forrest coach Eli Stephenson said. “There are sixteen teams left in 2A and we are one of them.” more
The Marshall County Tigers hit the road on Friday for a long trip to Lafayette for a first ever playoff matchup against Macon County (7-3), the number-two seed in Region 3/4A. And like every other first round matchup with Region 3/4A since Tiger coach Thomas Osteen took the helm in Lewisburg, Marshall County will move on to round two with a 24-12 victory in a game the visitors never trailed. more
Division II-AAA joins the schedule with opening round action Uncertainty was the thought of many across the state as to whether the 2020 high school football season could be completed, let alone move forward with the playoffs. The first round of the TSSAA high school football playoffs took place on Friday, November 6. A total of 23 games on the bracket had one school vs. a common opponent... "BYE." However, 80 games were played this past Friday, and teams advanced to move on to the second round... more
Schools see significant classification changes for upcoming two-year cycle Bernard Childress' history stretches a quarter-century with the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association. Championship relocations. Playoff expansions. Public schools with private schools; vice versa. more
The Associated Press' Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee's six 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 November 2, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote:... more
The TSSAA Division I Region 6 Cross Country Meet at Henry Horton State Park on Friday turned out well for host Forrest as both the girls’ and boys’ teams qualified for Thursday’s state championships at Sanders Ferry Park in Hendersonville. The Lady Rockets finished in second place, less than one minute behind first place Moore County while the Rockets claimed the final state meet berth with a third place finish behind second place Santa Fe and first place Fairview. more
For the second straight year the Marshall County/Nolensville regular season ending matchup had a direct consequent on the Region 4-4A playoff seeding. The winner would enjoy a first round home playoff game with the loser traveling to the Cumberland Plateau for a date with the Region 3-4A number-two seed. The Tigers went into the half down 14-7, but raced back for a 28-21 lead with 10:37 left in the contest before the Knights scored two unanswered touchdowns to end the game and wrap up second place in the region. more
It was old-fashioned football in the mud as the Forrest Rockets travelled to Hohenwald Friday night for another Region 5-AA title tilt with the Lewis County Panthers, who scored once in the game and that was enough as they came away with 7-0 win to avenge a three-point loss at Chapel Hill last season in the regular season finale. “Both teams came out hitting and they hit all night long,” Forrest coach Eli Stephenson said. “Both teams fought all night, it was a field position game and we just came up a little bit short.” more
When the 2020 regular season began in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic in August with mask and temperature checks being mandatory there was much uncertainty of how many games would be played. To the surprise of many, the regular season slate ended on an October Blue Moon Friday night as the Division II Zion Christian Academy Eagles came calling to Frog Bottom to face the Cornersville Bulldogs. more
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