Thursday, March 04, 2021
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Former Macon County High standout Seth Carlisle finished with two turnovers as the Tennessee Tech University football squad suffered a 27-10 loss at Jacksonville State (Alabama) University on Sunday afternoon.

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Former Macon County High School standout Keeley Carter helped the Trevecca Nazarene University women’s basketball team conclude the regular season with an 89-68 win at Ohio Valley (West Virginia) University on Saturday afternoon.

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BAXTER — The Macon County and Upperman girls high-school basketball programs have seemingly developed a great rivalry as the two have been among the Class AA elite for the past five seasons.

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The second-seeded Macon County High School girls basketball team made 13 of 14 free throws over the final three minutes, reaching the District 8-AA Tournament championship game with a 49-38 victory over visiting York Insitute on Feb. 23 at Nera White Gymnasium.

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BYRDSTOWN — The fourth-seeded Red Boiling Springs High School girls basketball team suffered a 79-42 loss at Pickett County in the District 6-A Tournament consolation game, which was played last Wednesday evening.

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SPENCER — The visiting Red Boiling Springs High School girls basketball team was outscored 35-13 in the second and third quarters combined, resulting in a 57-29, season-ending loss to sixth-ranked Van Buren County in a Region 3-A Tournament quarterfinal contest played last Friday evening.

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CROSSVILLE — The fifth-ranked Macon County High School girls basketball team reached its fifth consecutive regional championship game and earned its fifth consecutive sectional berth with Monday evening’s 62-49 win at Cumberland County in a Region 4-AA Tournament semifinal contest.

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Former Macon County High standout Paige Clark helped the University of Tennessee at Martin softball team win two of its four games last week.

Thursday, February 25, 2021
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GORDONSVILLE — The eighth-seeded Red Boiling Spirngs High School boys basketball team ended its season with Saturday afternoon’s 64-27 loss at Gordonsville, the No. 5 seed, in a District 6-A Tournament first-round contest.

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WOODBURY — The eighth-seeded Macon County High School boys basketball team never led in last Sunday afternoon’s 61-57, season-ending loss at Cannon County — the No. 5 seed — in a District 8-AA Tournament first-round contest.

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Former Macon County High standout Seth Carlisle was named the Ohio Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week after the Tennessee Tech University football squad captured a 27-21 victory over visiting Austin Peay State University in the season opener on Sunday afternoon.

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Former Macon County High standout Paige Clark helped the University of Tennessee at Martin softball team open the season with four victories in the Black and Gold Classic, which was held at the Barbara Williams Softball Complex in Montgomery, Alabama.

Thursday, February 18, 2021
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Macon County High senior basketball standout Jalynn Gregory was selected to the 8-AA All-District First Team and to the district’s all-defensive team as well.

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The Macon County High School boys basketball team fell behind early on and did not recover in a 78-39 loss to third-ranked Upperman last Thursday evening at Nera White Gymnasium.

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ROCKVALE — The Macon County High School girls basketball team led most of the way but was outscored 13-3 to close the game, suffering a 42-37 loss to unbeaten West Collierville in the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA) Class AAA sectional round last Friday night at Rockvale…

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The Macon County High School girls basketball team reassessed its situation after falling in the district standings with a 61-44 loss at Livingston Academy on Feb. 2.

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RED BOILING SPRINGS — Claire Fleming poured in a game-high 25 points and was 16 of 16 at the free-throw line, propelling the Red Boiling Springs High girls basketball team to a 40-34 victory over visiting DeKalb County last Friday evening.

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RED BOILING SPRINGS — The Red Boiling Springs High boys basketball team didn’t score more than eight points in any quarter of last Friday evening’s 61-22 loss to visiting DeKalb County.

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Former Macon County High School standout Keeley Carter converted a three-point play with less than a second remaining to give the Trevecca Nazarene University women’s basketball team a 67-65 win at Tiffin (Ohio) University on Saturday afternoon.

Thursday, February 11, 2021
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The Macon County High School girls basketball team went deep into its playbook last Friday night in order to remain in the second-place chase in District 8-AA.

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The Macon County Junior High boys basketball team battled back to force overtime but never led in the extra period, suffering a 46-43 loss to visiting Hunter in a Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA) Section 3-AAA Tournament semifinal contest played on Feb. 2.

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The Macon County Junior High and Dickson Middle School girls basketball teams met in the semifinal round of the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA) Area 11-AAA Tournament, with the Lady Dragons ending the Tigerettes’ 13-game winning streak to start the season.

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The Macon County High School boys basketball team was outscored by a 17-3 margin over a seven-minute stretch of the second half, leading to a 64-53 loss to visiting York Institute last Friday evening at Nera White Gymnasium.

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RED BOILING SPRINGS — The Red Boiling Springs High School girls basketball team won for the sixth time in seven games on Feb. 2, capturing a 56-45 victory over visiting Jackson County.

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Former Macon County High School standout Keeley Carter helped the Trevecca Nazarene University women’s basketball team capture a 68-62 victory over visiting Ohio Dominican University last Thursday evening.

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RED BOILING SPRINGS — The Red Boiling Springs High boys basketball team was outscored in all four quarters of a 68-32 loss to visiting Jackson County on Feb. 2.

Friday, February 05, 2021
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Former Macon County High standout Paige Clark was recently selected as one of 12 Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Player To Watch as the University of Tennessee at Martin softball team is picked to finish in seventh place among the 12 OVC teams in a preseason vote of the league’s head coaches an…

Thursday, February 04, 2021
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In an announcement last Thursday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced that he would lift the restrictions on Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association (TSSAA) sporting events contained in Executive Order No. 74.

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The Macon County Junior High boys basketball team built a 13-point lead but had to hold off a late comeback attempt from visiting Kenwood to capture a 41-36 victory in a Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA) Section 3-AAA Tournament quarterfinal contest played on Saturday afternoon.

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Last Thursday night’s district clash against visiting Livingston Academy unfolded much like the season has for the Macon County High School girls basketball team.

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RED BOILING SPRINGS — Liz Anderson and Claire Fleming have led the Red Boiling Springs High School girls basketball team offensively this season.

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RED BOILING SPRINGS — The Red Boiling Springs High School boys basketball team fell behind 9-0 and couldn’t recover in a 53-30 loss to visiting Trousdale County on Jan. 26.

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The Macon County High School boys basketball team battled back from first-half foul trouble but couldn’t complete its comeback, suffering a 66-55 loss to visiting Livingston Academy last Thursday evening at Nera White Gymnasium.

Thursday, January 28, 2021
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BAXTER — The fifth-ranked Macon County High School girls basketball team couldn’t slow down top-ranked Upperman, suffering a 74-44 loss to the homestanding Lady Bees on Jan. 19.

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RED BOILING SPRINGS — The Red Boiling Springs High School boys basketball team stayed close early on but wasn’t able to maintain that in last Friday evening’s 73-29 loss to visting Gordonsville.

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MT. JULIET — The Macon County Junior High girls basketball team kept their season alive with a 44-30 win over Springfield in the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA) Area 11-AAA Tournament consolation game, which was played on Saturday afternoon at Mt. Juliet Middle School.

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BAXTER — The Macon County High School boys basketball team was outscored by a 29-point margin over the final three quarters of an 82-47 loss at third-ranked Upperman on Jan. 19.

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WESTMORELAND — The Macon County High School boys basketball team controlled play from the outset and held on for a 48-42 victory at Westmoreland on Saturday afternoon.

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MT. JULIET — The Macon County Junior High boys basketball team captured the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA) Area 11-AAA Tournament championship with Saturday evening’s 31-17 victory over tournament host Mt. Juliet Middle.

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Former Macon County High School standout Keeley Carter made her collegiate debut for the Trevecca Nazarene University women’s basketball team last week.

Thursday, January 21, 2021
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GLADEVILLE — The Macon County Junior High boys basketball team rallied in the fourth quarter for a 22-16 victory at Gladeville in the Tigers’ regular-season finale last Thursday evening.

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RED BOILING SPRINGS — The Red Boiling Springs High School boys basketball team couldn’t keep up with visiting Clay County on Jan. 12, suffering a 55-23 loss.

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RED BOILING SPRINGS — The Red Boiling Spring High girls basketball team cut a 17-point, first-half deficit to five points but couldn’t get any closer in a 56-44 loss to visiting Clay County on Jan. 12.