National Sports News
Saturday, October 16, 2021
Mt. Juliet’s girls, winners of three straight girls district championships, will host Siegel at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the opening round of the Region 4-AAA tournament.
Cumberland’s women rallied for five goals in the second half Wednesday to win 6-0 over Thomas More University at Lindsey Donnell Stadium.
WATERTOWN — There was a time five or more years ago a Watertown volleyball team would have been happy to win district and region and reach the sectional, even if the Lady Purple Tigers fell short of the state tournament.
Tim Mathis has long claimed all games in the Mid-South Conference Bluegrass Division are tough and contested and none can project a winner before kickoff.
RED BOILING SPRINGS — Friendship Christian picked up where the Commanders left off before their fall break bye by jumping to a five-touchdown lead in the first quarter of a 49-0 rout of host Red Boiling Springs on Thursday night.
WHS girls’ basketball Princess and Superhero fundraiser
PIPESTEM, W.Va. — Lebanon resident Ruth Cardwell hit a hole-in-one Wednesday at Pipestem Golf Course.
NASHVILLE — Social media and video have made it impossible for the Buffalo Bills to forget their last game against the Tennessee Titans.
KNOXVILLE — Tennessee is throwing quite a party for Lane Kiffin’s first game back in Knoxville as a head coach.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — There may be debate over the Southeastern Conference’s top team this season. After Saturday, though, there should be little doubt about who’s at the bottom when Vanderbilt faces South Carolina.
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Mt. Juliet’s Hannah Smoot (2) is hugged by a Lady Bear teammate after scoring the first of her two goals with seconds left in the first half of Tuesday’s district semifinal against visiting Lebanon. The Lady Bears’ 2-0 win sends them to today’s 6 p.m. championship game against visiting Cookeville.
GEORGETOWN, Ky. — Cumberland’s women came roaring back to take first place in the Georgetown College Women’s Invitational earlier this week.
With just about all schools in Wilson County out for fall break, all of the public school football teams are taking Week 9 off, putting the brakes on some hot region/playoff races for a few days.
WATERTOWN — A new coach is on the bench, but Watertown’s winning ways continued Tuesday night when the Lady Purple Tigers took another region championship, capturing the Region 4-A title with a pair of 3-0 victories.
Cumberland defender Grace Morris earned Mid-South Conference women’s soccer Defensive Player of the Week, as announced by the league office Monday.
Cumberland (22-7, 6-3 Mid-South Conference) earned a dominant 3-0 victory over Freed-Hardeman (6-13, 1-9 MSC) at the Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena/Cliff Ellis Court on Tuesday night.
Cumberland linebacker Champ Leddon earned Mid-South Bluegrass Division Defensive Player of the Week honors for his performance in the 14-10 upset victory over the No. 21 Cumberlands Patriots, as announced Monday by the league office.
NASHVILLE — Derrick Henry is carrying the Tennessee Titans yet again.
With one Small kick and a rather sizable upset, Texas A&M caused quite a shakeup in the Southeastern Conference Western Division.
ATLANTA — Freddie Freeman and the Atlanta Braves will get another chance to finish the job they came agonizingly close to achieving a year ago.
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
SALE CREEK — Most Mt. Juliet Christian basketball games don’t see scores this high.
Carpenter’s pass to Taylor with 10 seconds left lifts CU to 14-10 win
WHS girls’ basketball Princess and Superhero fundraiserWatertown High girls’ basketball will hold its third annual Princess and Superhero pancake breakfast from 9-11 a.m. Oct. 23 in the WHS commons area. Tickets will be sold for $10 at the door. Parents are urged to bring their cameras and t…
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