7:00 PM Oct 27, 2012
Wilson Central's bus driver/coach When I arrived at Rockwood 51 weeks ago for Watertown's football playoff game, I was surprised by one face I saw. Wilson Central coach Brad Dedman was hanging around outside the Purple Tigers' locker room. His Wildcats had ended their season a week...
7:00 PM Oct 20, 2012
Tiki joins Wilson County elite A few years ago Randy Sallis pointed out something to me about a sports page layout I did which had recently appeared in The Democrat, possibly that day. The page had photos of Clay Hannah, Alysha Clark and Jasmine Hassell. The pics were unrelated to ...
11:30 AM Oct 11, 2012
 Photo: GEORGE PAGE • The Lebanon Democrat

Mt. Juliet fullback Contrez McCathern breaks a Station Camp tackle to dash 80 yards for a tieing touchdown less than two minutes into last Friday's game.
With almost all of Wilson County's schools, plus many others across the region, on fall break, Lebanon, Wilson Central and Friendship Christian are taking a break from football as well. But Watertown and Mt. Juliet Christian face key region games while Mt. Juliet undergoes a final tuneup b...
7:40 AM Oct 1, 2012
Welcome back, NFL officials When the Oilers moved to Nashville in the late 1990s, I went to a preseason game at Vanderbilt Stadium to watch the future Titans take on the Super Bowl-champion Denver Broncos. Among other things, I soon noticed how players and coaches routinely yelled ...
12:40 PM Mar 18, 2012
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Clifton Tribble
Clifton Tribble, who starred on the football field as a Lebanon High School running back and became the Blue Devils' most successful coach a decade later, died Friday, March 16 at age 76. Mr. Tribble was a star on the legendary Lebanon teams of the early 1950s, running for over 6,000 yards...
12:30 PM Feb 20, 2012
Lance Parrish to speak at MJ Baseball Booster dinner-auction
6:00 PM Nov 18, 2011
By ANDY REED Sports Editor  
6:00 PM Nov 18, 2011
By ANDY REED Sports Editor  
6:00 PM Nov 17, 2011
ST. CATHARINE, Ky. — St. Catharine used a 15-3 run to start the second half to break open a close game and held on to defeat Cumberland, 65-57, in women's basketball action Wednesday night at Lourdes Hall in St. Catharine, Ky....
6:00 PM Nov 10, 2011
Round 2 advance  Photo: GEORGE PAGE • The Lebanon Democrat

Mt. Juliet fullback Contrez McCathern scores on a 19-yard run to give the Golden Bears their first lead of the night at 28-21 during the fourth quarter against Oakland last Friday.
Round 2 playoff games FRIDAY FRIENDSHIP CHRISTIAN at Trousdale County Siegel at MT. JULIET Both kickoffs at 7 p.m.
6:00 PM Nov 10, 2011
DAYTON — Michael Sweat and Jerret Towns each scored 20 points and Cumberland erased an early 10-point deficit before outlasting Bryan College, 71-6...
7:00 PM Nov 3, 2011
By LARRY WOODY Correspondent  
7:00 PM Oct 21, 2011
Teeter, Lady Commanders spike Boyd-Buchanan in three for first trip to elite 8  
7:00 PM Oct 14, 2011
By ANDY REED Sports Editor  
7:00 PM Oct 13, 2011
Week 8 advance  Photo: CHUCK THOMPSON • Contributing photographer

Watertown running back Brannon Hill [24] gets some interference from wide receiver KeAnDre Bates [3] against Clay County two weeks ago.
By ANDY REED Sports Editor  
7:00 PM Oct 13, 2011
Gun Club hosts MTSU: Middle Tennessee State University is forming a trap shooting team and Lebanon’s Cedar City Gun Club is expected to be the host club. In last Tuesday’s weekly trap shoot Will Myers won the overall competition by hitting 49 of 50. Class B was won by Jimmy Ful...
7:00 PM Oct 5, 2011
Nokes-Lasater Field  Photo: George Page • Mt. Juliet News

With the new west-side press box in the background, Raymond Lasater, a longtime LHS volunteer who maintained the field for a decade in the 1980s and ‘90s, holds a commemorative football before the 2011 season opener. The stadium is named for him and the late Jimmy Nokes, a Lebanon sporting goods dealer.
By ANDY REED Sports Editor