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MANCHESTER - It was a tough end to the regular season for the Shelbyville Central tennis teams on Thursday afternoon against Coffee County. In the girls competition, Coffee County handed the Eaglettes a 5-2 defeat while the Red Raiders swept the Eagles, 7-0... more
After Franklin Christian Academy plated two runs in the top of the first inning, the Cascade Champions rode the momentum off the hot bat of Chance Brown to a 12-3 blowout victory in the first game of the Walking Horse Classic on Thursday afternoon. Following the two runs driven in by FCA in the top of the frame, senior short stop Cade Whitson got the bats going for the Champs with a leadoff double and advanced to third on a stolen base, bringing sophomore Chance Brown to the plate... more
UNIONVILLE - After falling behind by three runs in the final inning, the Community Vikings came off the deck with four runs in the bottom of the seventh to defeat the Culleoka Warriors 6-5 Thursday on the opening night of the Walking Horse Classic. It was a pitchers' duel as runs were at a premium for the first five innings... more
UNIONVILLE - After being fouled in the goalie area, Randy Anica of the Community Vikings converted a penalty kick in the final seconds to give the Vikings a 4-3 victory over the Forrest Rockets in a District 6-A soccer matchup Thursday night. Community (2-3-2, 2-2) took a 1-0 lead in the first half as Andrew Montalvo scored with 23 minutes left... more
Backed by a strong outing by pitcher Hannah Burks, the Shelbyville Central bats hammered the Tullahoma Lady Wildcats for 16 hits in a 10-0 five-inning blowout on Wednesday. Three different Eaglettes went 3-for-3 on the night, with three more recording at least two hits... more
CHAPEL HILL - A night after their game spilled into extra innings, Community just couldn't muster up enough at the plate to match Forrest's production in a 10-0 loss. Forrest grabbed the early lead and never let off the pedal. The Rockets plated four runs in the first, one in the second, two in the fourth and finished the game with three in the sixth to reach the 10-run rule limit... more
It was another solid day on the courts for the Shelbyville Central tennis squads as both teams picked up 7-0 team victories. In the girls competition, the Eaglettes posted a clean sweep against Columbia. No. 1 Ainsley Noel knocked off Gracie Wix, 8-3, while Rachel Phillips picked up a win at the No. 4 seed by the same score, defeating Ally Casteel... more
MURFREESBORO - It took a while, but the Cascade Lady Champions finally had their breakthrough. During their first victory of the season, Cascade hammered Central Magnet to the tune of 20 hits in an 18-3 blowout. Nearly every Lady Champion that stepped to the plate was in the zone on Monday night... more
EAGLEVILLE - A night after hammering out 20 hits in their first victory of the season, offense became tough to come by in a 6-2 loss at Eagleville on Tuesday night. The Lady Eagles jumped out to the 3-0 lead by the end of the second inning and scored a single run in the final three innings... more
A disastrous third inning was too much for the Cascade Champions to overcome in an 11-1 loss to Moore County on Monday evening. Although the Raiders plated a run in the first two innings, it was ultimately a six-spot in the third frame that put the Raiders over the top... more
UNIONVILLE - The Community Vikings battled back in the eighth inning to get within one run, but could not get closer as the Forrest Rockets defeated the Vikings 7-6 in extra innings in a District 12-AA baseball matchup Monday night. The Rockets scored one run in the top of the first inning and used a 2-run homer in the third to take a 3-0 lead before the Vikings fought back in the bottom of the third... more
Shelbyville Central's Golden Eagles dropped a pair of high scoring games to Tullahoma this week in District 8-AAA action. The Eagles play Marshall County on Thursday at 6:45 p.m. at Coffee County County. A late comeback effort fell short as the Eagles scored nine runs over the last three innings but spotted the Wildcats too many earlier in the game... more
BELL BUCKLE - The Webb School has hired Micah Williams as Varsity Boys' Basketball Head Coach and Middle School Conduct and Character Director. He will join Webb June 1. Williams, a native of Manchester, has spent six years as part of the Coffee County High School coaching staff and as head boys' basketball coach since 2015... more
Whatever the recipe the Cascade Champions are using, it appears to be working. In two matches this week against Forrest and Community, the Champions have out-scored their opposition 14-1 and claimed a pair of wins, most recently in a 7-0 shutout victory against Community on Tuesday night... more
A fifth-inning rally wasn't enough for the Shelbyville Central Golden Eagles in a Saturday afternoon matinee against Stewarts Creek. Stewarts Creek hammered the Eagles for 16 hits and claimed the 14-4 win over Shelbyville. The visitors plated two runs in the top of the second but it wasn't until a five-run fifth inning that things began to spin out of control... more
Shelbyville Central's Golden Eaglette softball team held on to claim a 8-7 win over Franklin County on the road in a District 8-AAA contest on Friday night. Leading 8-1 going into the bottom of the seventh inning the Eaglettes made a couple of errors then Franklin County's bats got hot, scoring six runs... more
BELL BUCKLE - The Webb School has hired Scott Hall, an Atlanta Braves associate scout, as varsity baseball head coach. He will join Webb June 1. Hall, who previously spent four seasons as a member of the Middle Tennessee State University Blue Raider baseball coaching staff, worked primarily with the offense, in addition to serving as the recruiting coordinator. Prior to MTSU, he was a member of the Belmont University baseball coaching staff for six years... more
UNIONVILLE - The Community Viqueens culminated an undefeated weekend with six victories over a 29-hour period by defeating the Culleoka Lady Warriors 12-2 in the championship game of their own Walking Horse Classic Saturday night. The Viqueens won their first four games to gain the number one seed in the tournament portion of the Classic... more
It was an offensive scoring frenzy on Thursday night between the Cascade Lady Champions and visiting Huntland Lady Hornets. Despite hammering out nine hits, Huntland wouldn't be denied in a 26-12 romp over Cascade. Huntland jumped on Cascade early and drove in nine runs in the top of the first frame, seemingly taking complete control of the game... more
It was another tough night at the plate for the Cascade Champions in a non-district bout against visiting Marshall County on Thursday night. The Tigers plated runs in every inning and pulled away for a 15-2 victory over Cascade. Marshall County started the slug-fest early and plated three runs in the top of the first and added five more in the second... more
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