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The Shelbyville Central Eaglettes were hoping to avenge a Senior Night home loss inflicted by the Cornersville Lady Bulldogs (13-11) two weeks ago when they rolled into Frog Bottom on Tuesday night for a non-district game. The Eaglettes used an eight-run seventh inning featuring Kaydence Rippy’s grand slam home run to overtake the Lady Bulldogs for a 10-6 victory. The Lady Dawgs led 6-2 entering the top of the seventh before Shelbyville rallied off Cornersville pitcher Carmen Ward, who had sailed through the Eaglettes’ batting order for six innings. more
The Community Vikings came calling to Joe George Field in Lewisburg to take on Marshall County Tigers on Monday evening in a District 12-AA baseball battle. With the regular season nearing completion and sharing the cellar in district standings with the Vikings, the Tigers saw the need to improve their position for the upcoming district tournament and they did exactly that as three runs in the first inning and four runs in the fourth produced an 8-1 victory for MCHS... more
The Forrest Rockets hosted their annual Lift-A-Thon at the Chapel Hill Lions Club Memorial Fieldhouse Friday night and it was a huge success as 65 high school and middle school players lifted iron in front of a packed house of supporters. “I thought the senior class showed out,” Forrest head coach Eli Stephenson said. “They set new personal records (PR) for themselves." more
Columbia State Community College head basketball coach Gwen Burton was all smiles last Friday morning at MCHS as the Tigerettes’ hoops duo of Dionna Crutcher and Karlye Wiser signed Letters of Intent to play basketball for the Lady Chargers next season. “I’m very happy with these two, Karlye and Dionna are going to be reunited with Hannah Davis who we signed last year as well, so we have a good nucleus with those three and we think they will be sixty percent of the scoring,” Burton said. “We know what we are going to get here at Marshall County because coach Steely is one of the great coaches in the Middle-Tennessee area.” more
The three-time state champion Forrest Lady Rockets showed their mettle on Senior Night Tuesday at the Field of Dreams in Chapel Hill as they gutted out a 2-1 win over Nolensville to avenge their lone District 12-AA loss of the season earlier in the season to the Lady Knights... more
Class AAA Mason Miller, Germantown Houston, Sr. Matthew Schneider, Siegel, Sr. Grant Slatten, White County, Sr. Johnathan Lawson, Germantown Houston, Sr. Amarr Knox, Bartlett, Jr. Davon Barnes, Collierville, Sr. Philip Dotson, Arlington, Jr. Grant Hurst, Cleveland, Sr... more
2020-21 TSWA Wrestling All-State teams BOYS Class A-AA 106 Ethan Uhorchuk, Signal Mountain, 8th grade Porter Finstad, Gibbs, Jr. Taylor Turner, Harpeth, Jr. Sam Frank, Fairview, Fr. 113 Caleb Uhorchuk, Signal Mountain, So. Leandre Danbey Jr., Greeneville, Jr... more
The Marshall County High School Tigers (1-5) hosted the Columbia Academy Bulldogs (3-1) on the pitch in Lewisburg in a non-district game on Tuesday evening. The Tigers struck first at the 17:30 mark of the first half as Juan Carlos Mejia sailed one into the Bulldog’s net to put MCHS up 1-0. In the second half Will Garrison scored for CA on a penalty kick and neither team scored again as the two squads plated to a draw. more
The Forrest Rockets took the pitch on the Lions Club Memorial Field in Chapel Monday night versus Cascade looking for their first win of the season. All signs were pointing to a win or at least a tie as the first 65 minutes were played to a 1-1 contest before the Champions went on a wild scoring barrage to win going away 7-1... more
The Cornersville Bulldogs played host to the Fayetteville City Tigers Monday afternoon in a District 8-A contest. The Bulldogs were attempting to extend a winning streak that twin wins over Culleoka last Thursday and Friday had produced, but the bats of Fayetteville proved far too much for the young Cornersville team as the Tigers exploded for seven runs in the first and second innings in a five-inning 20-1 run-rule win... more
GIRLS Division I Kailee Channell, Hardin County, Sr. Elizabeth Coutta, Smyrna, Jr. Bricey Caudill, Stewarts Creek, So. Kyleigh Husted, White House, Sr. Janna LaBuda, Bartlett, Sr. Division II Lucy Garry, St. Benedict, Sr. Jenna Hedgepath, Lipscomb Academy, So... more
GIRLS Class AAA Denae Fritz, Maryville, Sr. Acacia Hayes, Riverdale, Jr. Tessa Miller, Stone Memorial, Sr. Addie Grace Porter, Lebanon, Sr. Carmen Taylor, Arlington, Sr. Mallory Taylor, Collierville, Jr. Anna Muhonen, Bradley Central, Sr. Khamari Mitchell-Steen, Oak Ridge, Sr... more
The Forrest Lady Rockets have been beset with the injury bug the last few weeks, but they have plugged on. Forrest lost its first district game since April 27, 2016 at Moore County when they fell 12-2 at Nolensville on April 8. Since the loss to the Lady Knights, Forrest has reeled off four straight wins, including a 10-0 five-inning run-rule win over Marshall County Tuesday night at the Field of Dreams in Chapel Hill. “Definitely a big win for district play, but also a pride win,” Forrest coach Shelby Lightfoot said. “Anytime you play anyone in the county you want to come out on top.” more
An eighth-inning RBI double by Braden Bowyer and run scoring base hit by Justin Gillespie, plus some clutch relief work on the mound by Kain Moses and Max Kirby led the Rockets’ to a 7-6 extra-inning win on Monday night at Unionville. On Tuesday night at Chapel Hill, the Rockets didn’t need any late inning drama as the pounded out 12 more hits and got a combined shutout by freshman Preston Gentry and Moses on the mound in a 10-0 six-inning, run-rule win over the Vikings. “I think we kept the positive momentum we had from the previous night and really just rolled it into a combined effort Tuesday night,” Forrest coach Andy Burkett said. “I couldn't be more proud of our guys for the determination they had to get these two wins, especially knowing how much they meant to us in the long run of district tournament seeding.” more
The Marshall County Tigers’ football family lost a legend last week with the untimely death of Kamron Liggett, who was the all-time leading rusher at MCHS. Liggett rushed for a school record 4,135 yards for the Tigers with 74 touchdowns on the ground and five receiving TDs in his varsity career... more
The sun shined briefly as the Nolensville Lady Knights rolled into Reese Hambrick Field in Lewisburg riding a three-game winning streak for a District 12-AA Tuesday night matchup with the Tigerettes. Marshall County, sporting a four-game winning streak, saw that go by the wayside as Lady Knights’ hurler Rylan Smith tossed a four-hit shutout to power Nolensville to a 6-0 win. Smith, with a blazing fastball and off-speed breaking pitches, struck out eight Tigerettes and only walked two for the complete game blanking. more
After a 4-0 loss at Murfreesboro Central Magnet School on Monday, the Marshall County Tigers returned home to Joe George Field in Lewisburg on Tuesday night trying to avoid the District 12-AA sweep, but it was not to be as they fell 7-4. The Tigers (7-6, 1-5) remain in the basement of the district standings while Murfreesboro Central Magnet (8-8, 3-3) moved into third place with the win. “We battled back and had our opportunities with runners in scoring position two or three times in crucial situations, but just didn’t get that big hit,” MCHS coach Mike “Monk” Reese said. “It just didn’t happen tonight, but we are going to keep battling.” more
The Cornersville Lady Bulldogs (9-8, 2-2) made the trip to the Walking Horse capital of the world in Shelbyville to take on the Eaglettes (2-6) for a non-district softball game on a pleasant Monday evening. The hometown District 8-AAA Eaglettes, celebrating Senior Night, found that the District 8-A Lady Bulldogs came calling with their hitting shoes on as they pounded Shelbyville for 17 hits in an 8-6 Cornersville victory. “Absolutely a big win for our team,” Cornersville coach Nathan Polk said. “Anna Wood played really well and this win shows the capabilities of our team.” Wood was 5-for-5 at the plate with a double, scored two runs, drove in two runs, and had one stolen base for the Lady Bulldogs. more
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