WATERTOWN — Watertown’s girls couldn’t overcome early foul trouble in a 41-35 loss to DeKalb West on Thursday night.
ELMWOOD — Tuckers Crossroads’ boys broke open a close game in the second half of a 43-26 triumph at Forks River.
Winfree Bryant’s boys survived a blown fourth-quarter lead to edge Avery Trace 45-44 in overtime Thursday in their Flying Santa Christmas Classic.
MURFREESBORO — Mt. Juliet’s girls were held to 11 second-half points Thursday night as host Oakland rallied to a 51-39 win at Randy King Gym.
Stillman men run away late over Phoenix
Friendship Christian’s girls began the week with a pair of victories - 39-31 over visiting Providence Christian on Monday at the Bay Family Sportsplex and a 44-22 triumph at Mt. Juliet Christian 24 hours later.
Cumberland Athletics ranks second in the Mid-South Conference President’s Cup standings at the conclusion of fall sports, as announced this week by the league office.
Southside School students placed in wrestling tournaments recently.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Cumberland shot just 29 percent from the field in the game and Lee University put together a 14-4 run late in the second half helping the Division II Flames claim a 71-46 exhibition win on Tuesday night.
Jackson leads Wildcats on winning surge
Lady Bears roar past Siegel
LAFAYETTE — Walter J. Baird bagged a 43-30 win at Macon County on Monday night behind Julia Manus’ six three-pointers.
HENDERSONVILLE — Mt. Juliet Christian cruised to a 48-18 win at Merrol Hyde on Monday night.
UT-Martin’s Kendall Spray earned Tennessee Sports Writer’s Association Women’s Basketball Player of the Week accolades on Tuesday, averaging 24.5 points and setting a school record for 3-pointers in a single game.
Deer season is underway, and hunters are reminded that it is unsightly, unethical and illegal to dump carcasses in a public area, including roadsides.