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After controlling the first half, Shelbyville Central’s Golden Eaglettes saw the lead slip away in a 48-45 District 8-AAA loss at Lawrence County on Friday evening. The Eaglettes built an 17-11 lead at the end of the first quarter and held a 33-26 advantage at the intermission... more
Behind stellar performances by Jai’lain Anderson and Jayshon Jones, Shelbyville Central’s Golden Eagles claimed a District 8-AAA win on the road by defeating Lawrence County 58-50 on Friday night. Anderson and Jones each scored 19 points to lead the Eagles... more
UNIONVILLE — While the Community Viqueens eventually claimed a 53-37 win over cross-county rival Cascade (0-6), the Purple and Gold never truly felt comfortable with any lead until the final buzzer sounded. Community (6-5) utilized a strong defensive effort and capitalized off several turnovers to hold on for the 16-point win... more
UNIONVILLE – The Community Viqueens could never get untracked from the field Wednesday night as the Huntland Lady Hornets defeated the Viqueens 49-31 in a non-district basketball game. Points were scarce as both teams struggled to score in the opening half... more
UNIONVILLE – The Community Vikings scored at a torrid pace and piled up a huge halftime lead en route to an 85-34 victory over the Huntland Hornets in a basketball tilt Wednesday night. Community (10-0) took turns with two teams of five in the first half as the Vikings made it a perfect 10 in wins for the season... more
UNIONVILLE – It was a game that lived up to its billing. The Community Vikings and Eagleville Eagles fought tooth-and-nail for 32 minutes to see who would continue the season undefeated. After the dust had settled, the Vikings dominated in the paint and survived 15 three-pointers by the Eagles as Community took a 73-67 victory in a basketball tilt Monday night... more
UNIONVILLE – It was a seesaw game that saw 17 lead changes, but in the end the Community Viqueens took their final lead after connecting on the opening basket of the fourth quarter and used a strong defensive effort to defeat the Eagleville Lady Eagles 53-46 in a basketball contest Monday night... more
COLUMBIA — The Webb School kept its unbeaten streak alive on Friday night, blasting Columbia Academy 82-51. Webb got plenty of production throughout its lineup, but was led by the usual cast of suspects in scoring. Senior Keon Johnson scored a game-high 28 points, including three triples... more
LYNCHBURG – After putting up their highest scoring output of the season the night before, the Community Viqueens had a hard time finding shots to fall on the road as the Viqueens fell to the Moore County Raiderettes 65-26 in a basketball contest Friday night... more
LYNCHBURG – The Community Viking front line of Kobe Pride and Corde Lane combined for 37 points as the Vikings made it back-to-back wins with a 77-50 victory over the Moore County Raiders in a basketball tilt Friday night. It took some time for the Vikings to hit their stride. Community (8-0) had six players score its 16 first quarter points, but the Vikings only led 16-13 at the end of the quarter... more
It was a disappointing loss as Shelbyville Central’s Golden Eaglettes fell 62-30 to Summertown at home on Friday evening. Summertown took control early and posted leads of 16-7 after the opening frame, 41-12 at halftime and 54-22 going into the fourth quarter... more
Shelbyville Central’s Golden Eagles claimed their first win of the season with a 60-50 victory over visiting Summertown on Friday night. The Eagles led 16-7 at the end of the first quarter, posted a 29-24 advantage at the intermission before Summer town battled back to take a 41-40 lead after three periods... more
Several Shelbyville Central Golden Eagle football players earned season awards for their efforts during the 2019 campaign. Gary Smith III was named the Region 5 5-A Defensive Player of the Year; Mason Wright was the Special Teams Player of the Year and Slayde Simmons was named the Utility Player of the Year... more
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