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With the game on the line in a one-point differential, teams typically want their leader to make the needed plays. That’s just what the Cascade Champions got on Tuesday night against Marshall County. With the Champions (2-3) clinging to a slim, one-point lead with less than a minute to play, it was senior Seth Countess who came up with a pair of stops on the defensive end of the court and followed with the game-winning rebound to secure the 40-39 victory over the Tigers... more
UNIONVILLE – It was anybody’s guess how the script would be written after the Community Viqueens played their first basketball game after a 2-week quarantine. It did not look promising after the Viqueens fell behind 62-54 with 2:30 remaining, but Community changed the narrative and the outcome as Aleah Wilson canned a three-pointer at the buzzer to give the Viqueens a 66-65 victory over the Huntland Lady Hornets Tuesday night... more
CHAPEL HILL — Having struggled to combat the length of the Forrest Lady Rockets in the first half, Cascade responded with a stellar effort in the third quarter that cut Forrest's lead to single digits. But a handful of missed shots at key points in the second half prevented the Lady Champs from finishing off the comeback... more
Shelbyville Central senior Brady O'Neal has signed a letter of intent to continue his education as well as play golf at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski. O'Neal is looking forward and is planning on taking advantage of this opportunity he has earned... more
CHAPEL HILL — Through the first three games of the season, the Cascade Champions have played well at times, but have struggled to put together a full four quarters and finish off an opponent. After surrendering a lead at Forrest (2-3) during the third quarter on Friday night, the Champs (1-3) responded with a strong fourth quarter to not only notch the first win of the season by beating the Rockets 55-43, but also give head coach Chris Lawson his first win at the helm of the program... more
SMYRNA — After trailing by 15 points at the half, the Shelbyville Central Golden' Eagles put forth a valiant comeback effort in the second half, only to come up just short against Smyrna on Monday night. Despite being outscored 37-29 in the second half, Smyrna held on for the 67-60 victory over the Eagles... more
HUNTLAND – The Community Vikings scored early and often and set a season high-water mark for points as the Vikings downed the Huntland Hornets 83-50 in a basketball contest Tuesday night. Community (3-2) wasted little time gaining the upper hand in the opening quarter. Jackson Bailey scored 11 points from around the basket while Stratton Lovvorn canned three treys as the Vikings took a 26-14 lead after one quarter... more
WOODBURY — Shelbyville Central’s Golden Eaglettes claimed their first win of the young season with a 44-35 victory at Cannon County in a TSSAA Hall of Fame game on Friday evening. After trailing 6-1 at the end of the first quarter, the Eaglettes outscored their opponent 19-8 in the second stanza to hold a 20-14 advantage at the intermission... more
WOODBURY — Shelbyville Central’s Golden Eagles jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in a 54-39 victory over host Cannon County in a TSSAA Hall of Fame game on Friday evening. The Eagles (1-1) dominated the first quarter and outscored the hosts on a 14-2 run in the frame... more
UNIONVILLE – The Community Viqueens had too big of a hill to climb after a cold-shooting first half as the MTCS Lady Cougars defeated the Viqueens 53-36 in a basketball contest Monday night. Community (0-3) scored the first basket of the game, but went three minutes without a point as the Lady Cougars took a 7-2 lead... more
UNIONVILLE – The Community Vikings came off the deck to erase a 13-point deficit in the final two minutes, but a last-second shot by the MTCS Cougars spoiled the comeback as the Vikings fell 57-54 in a basketball contest Monday night. Community (1-2) was forced to play catch-up after a tough shooting first half... more
Entering Tuesday night's rivalry game against Cascade, Community coach Robbie Davis was a little concerned about his team's fatigue level, having played four games in six days. While it was a bit of a sluggish start, eventually the Vikings settled in and took care of business in a 20-point, 68-48 victory over the Champions... more
McMINNVILLE – The Community Vikings were tied with the Warren County Pioneers midway through the fourth quarter, but the Pioneers made the plays down the stretch as the Vikings fell 58-56 in a Hall of Champions game on Saturday. Evan Petrie led Community (1-1) with six points in the opening quarter, but the Vikings had a hard time containing Pioneer guard Dee Spates in the first half. Spates scored 11 first quarter points as Warren County took a 16-10 lead into the second quarter... more
McMINNVILLE – The Community Viqueen offense was clicking in the opening quarter, but the Viqueens had a hard time finding the basket in the middle quarters as the Lady Pioneers took a 49-39 win in a Hall of Champions game on Saturday. Community (0-2) jumped out to a quick 7-2 lead in the opening quarter... more
The Webb School had no shortage of offense in the meeting against backyard rival Cascade on Friday night. Webb nearly hit the century mark in the 90-32 victory over the Lady Champions. Leshae Dwyer and Lauren Vann combined for 50 points and imposed their will on Cascade throughout the four quarters... more
There wasn't much separating the Cascade Champions and the Webb Feet on Friday night. By in large, the two teams played about as evenly as possible, except for a third-quarter run by Webb, which ultimately proved to be the difference in the game. During that run, the Feet went on a 17-2 romp through the third quarter that paved the way for the 61-45 win over the Champs on Friday night... more
NOLENSVILLE — In the season opener at Nolensville, the Shelbyville Central Golden Eaglettes couldn't sustain their hot start and dropped their first game in a low-scoring affair, 33-28. The early returns looked good for the Eaglettes, having doubled up the Lady Knights 16-8 by the end of the first quarter... more
BELL BUCKLE — A slim first-half lead didn't hold for the Webb School on Tuesday night. Franklin County's offense erupted for 48 second-half points and the Rebels were able to rally past the Webb School, 73-60. Webb jumped out to a 14-10 lead by the end of the first quarter, but saw the Rebels rally for 15 points in the second frame, cutting the Feet lead to two points at the half... more
NOLENSVILLE — What looked like a runaway in favor of Nolensville early turned out to be a closely contested third quarter in Cascade's season opener on Tuesday night. Nolensville was able to connect on seven first-half treys and built a 14-point halftime lead, which Cascade cut to single figures in the third quarter... more
NOLENSVILLE — Cascade coach Kendall Hampton was like every new coach in the state prior to her team's first game—she just didn't know quite what to expect since play days and scrimmages were canceled due to COVID-19. What she learned in Tuesday night's season opener was her team has a lot of fight—even when the chips were down... more
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