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In a contest that could be used for a movie script, a pair of women's college basketball powerhouses squared off for the third time on Saturday night in the championship game of the NCCAA Mid-East Region.
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Victor McCauley shared these pictures from the 1965 Central High state championship basketball team.
Derrick Spears collected his second Class A Mr. Basketball finalist plaque on Saturday evening at MTSU's Murphy Center.
Sophomore forward Braxton Blackwell became the third Christ Presbyterian Academy player in as many years to win the Class AA Mr. Basketball award on Saturday.
Rutherford County boys basketball is the home of a state champion for the first time in 49-years.
The Blackman Blaze spend most of the game down to the Oak Ridge Wildcats until the 4th quarter where they turn it on and take the title.
The Oak Ridge High School Wildcats will challenge the Blackmon High School Blaze this afternoon at 3:00 in Murfreesboro, TN.
It's hard to capture in words the presence that the Creek Wood High girls' basketball team had this season.
Christ Presbyterian Academy's hopes for a three-peat ended with a last-second shot and two of its top players on the bench.
Blackman boys basketball coach Barry Wortman knows a little about Oak Ridge, the Blaze's opponent in Saturday's Class AAA championship game.
Hoop City's last hope for a high school state championship rests with the Mitchell Tigers.
It's been 30 years since a Rutherford County team has even been in the championship game and 49 years since the last win... WGNS' Bryan Barrett with the call as the Blackman boys defeated Brentwood 47-41 to advance to the title game of the Blue Cross Basketball Championships.
Cody DeVillanueva, for the last month, has been trying to spur his Upperman teammates on.
Last month, Blackman high's 27-member football and competition cheerleading squad captured its third-straight national championship at the Universal Cheerleaders Association in Orlando, Fla.
Crystal Dangerfield never envisioned herself as this year's Tennessee Gatorade player of the year.
Former Franklin Lady Rebel MacKenzie Puckett, now playing at Maryville College, is intent on her defensive responsibility.