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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
To say it’s been a different off season or even preseason would be a huge understatement. As the Shelbyville Central Golden Eaglettes prepare for the opening of the season, coach Jen Hicks reflects on the past offseason. “When we got sent home in March due to COVID, it was hard on everyone, especially our players. Not only did we miss the opportunity to get better, but the girls could not hang out together and do things like that, Hicks said... more
Shelbyville Central’s Golden Eagle are looking forward to the start of basketball season. It has been a challenge throughout the offseason dealing with COVID issues, but that has been the case for all tams across the country. “First, I think we are blessed to be talking about even having a basketball season. Some states are not allowing high schools to play basketball until after the first of the year,” Shelbyville Central coach Andrew Hicks said... more
During the 2020-2021 basketball season, Cascade High School will limit fan capacity to one-third total gym occupancy. Tickets for home games can be purchased from gofan.co. The link to purchase tickets will be activated four days prior to the game date... more
The ongoing global pandemic has been a challenge for athletes and coaches of every classification of every sport. While nobody is truly “prepared” for handling the raging pandemic, Lady Champion basketball coach Kendall Hampton feels that having been in the gym as the Lady Champion volleyball coach has helped her coach through the basketball preseason thus far... more
Any time a coach is hired to take over a program, there are always struggles each coach must go through—building chemistry, understanding the personnel and fitting into a new environment. Throw in a global pandemic and the challenges Cascade coach Chris Lawson has faced are pretty unprecedented... more
Shelbyville Central’s appeal to the TSSAA to remain in Class 5A was denied on Thursday. The Golden Eagles were placed in 6A when the reclassification was announced a few weeks ago, but the school's administration originally reported the wrong enrollment numbers which led to the appeal... more
Despite having a roster with 11 underclassmen last season, the Community Viqueens were just one win away from finishing at the .500 mark in the District 12-AA regular season. With only one senior graduating, Coach Cody Pierce and the Viqueens look to improve on their 12-17 record and advance beyond the district tournament... more
To say that this season's Community Viking basketball team will have a tough act to follow is an understatement. The Vikings finished the 2019-20 season with a 32-2 record, including District 12-AA and Region 6-AA championships and were one game short of a spot in the TSSAA Class AA state tournament... more
PIKEVILLE — Against top-tiered competition, mistakes can't happen. Unfortunately for Cascade on Friday night in the opening round of the Class AA playoffs, the Champs were bitten by the turnover bug that led to four first-half Bledsoe County touchdowns... more
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