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The 2013 Community Vikings rode a wild postseason Cinderella run, upsetting District 9-A champion MTCS before falling to White House Heritage in a thriller region title game. During two regular season meetings, MTCS knocked off the Vikings by scores of 44-42 and 66-65... more
The TSSAA Board of Control held a special called meeting on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 to discuss the effect that the extended COVID-19 State of Emergency will have on contact sports in the fall. Football, girls' soccer and competitive cheer are considered contact sports... more
Starting up a program is no easy task. Luckily, Cascade volleyball coach Kendall Hampton has a bit of a head start on process. Hampton helped jump start the Cascade Middle School volleyball program last year and after making the jump to the high school, will helm the high school volleyball program in it's inaugural season... more
Along with other high school teams across the state, Coach Chris Grooms and the Community Viking football team have made adjustments to the COVID-19 pandemic as the scheduled start of the 2020 season gets closer. While Grooms was not able to practice with his team during the spring, he saw the positive side of players spending more time at home... more
Kendall Hampton has been a life-long student of the game of basketball. From her earliest days of playing junior pro, all the way to being a national runner up in the NAIA at Cumberland University, she's seen the best of what the game has to offer. That life-long dedication to the sport recently led her to being named the Cascade Lady Champion head basketball coach... more
It was a memorable 2015-16 postseason for the Community Viqueen basketball team. After winning the District 9-A title over MTCS, the Viqueens defeated Clarksville Academy and McEwen to advance to the Region 5-A finals for the third-straight year against Houston County... more
The boys of summer had an outstanding spring back in 2009 when Shelbyville Central's Golden Eagles won the District 8-AAA regular season championship after rolling past visiting Columbia 12-1 on a Sunday afternoon. That's quite an accomplishment considering the Eagles finished at the bottom of the district during the 2008 season... more
Sometimes, the stars align and everything falls into place for something truly special. In 2015, the Cascade Champion baseball team fit that description to a tee. Competing in arguably the toughest Class 2A district after the latest round of realignment, Cascade never could seem to find its footing throughout the regular season... more
The TSSAA Legislative Council held a special called meeting on Thursday, June 4 to discuss the summer Dead Period. While some felt that the Dead Period has been made superfluous due to the COVID-19 pandemic response, the motion to make changes to the 2020 Dead Period failed by a vote of 6-6. The Dead Period is from Monday, June 22 through Sunday, July 5... more
When the Cascade High School boys basketball position came open earlier this spring, the administration focused on finding the right fit for the program. That search led to Chris Lawson, who was recently announced as the program’s new head coach. “Coach Lawson comes to us with a wealth of basketball knowledge and experience as a player and as a coach. ... more
When former Community Viqueen basketball standout Sarah Pierce signed her letter of intent to continue her basketball career at the Air Force Academy four years ago, little did she know that her path would deviate and take her off the court from the game she loved to new horizons in serving her country... more
BELL BUCKLE – The Webb School has hired two full-time coaches who will join the school this fall. Kyle Turnbow, a Shelbyville resident, has been hired as Head Football Coach/Director of Summer Programs, and Kevin Moore, a Murfreesboro resident, will be Director of Soccer/Admissions Coordinator... more
Robbie Davis serves as the head coach of the Community High basketball and baseball teams. He was interviewed by the Times-Gazette to reflect on his career. TG: Where did you go to school? DAVIS: I went to elementary school at Liberty and high school at Shelbyville Central from 1989-93. ... more
Bedford County schools will return to scholastic activities in a limited capacity on June 1, to include sports, as teams look to prepare for the upcoming 2020-21 season. “It is our goal to maintain a safe and healthy school community and position our schools to normal scholastic activities in the fall. ... more
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