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Former Franklin Lady Rebel MacKenzie Puckett, now playing at Maryville College, is intent on her defensive responsibility.
For years, Hume Fogg High School's athletic teams have been able to compete, despite not having a fully functioning gym.
The South Side boys' basketball team is the lone representative from West Tennessee in Murfreesboro this week.
The keys to the game and thoughts on preparation that South Side coach DaMonn Fuller have given up to now can all be repeated for the Hawks' quarterfinal game today.
District 11-AAA softball coaches expect that Ravenwood will continue to dominate the softball the diamond in 2014 after winning their sixth straight district title last year.
In its 29th year of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced Crystal Dangerfield of Blackman High School as its 2013-14 Gatorade Tennessee Girls Basketball Player of the Year.
Jefferson County's Kyle Briggs and Oak Ridge's Kevin Steen fight for the rebound during the Division I Class AAA BlueCross Basketball Championship tournament in Murfreesboro on Wednesday, March 12, 2014.
Before Blackman's 72-63 win over Hamilton on Wednesday, a Murfreesboro school's last victory over a Shelby County team in the boys basketball state tournament was 72 years ago.
It was a comeback to remember. However, Siegel's momentum didn't carry over into overtime.
On paper, Upperman should have a hard time on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. when it faces off against Christ Presbyterian Academy in the TSSAA Class AA Boys State Tournament at Middle Tennessee State University's MurphyCenter.
Blackman will play the winner of the Brentwood in the semifinals at 10 a.m. Friday.
Scoring droughts aren't uncommon in basketball; teams just hope that the drought doesn't come at a bad time.
The 16 teams that participated in December's state football championships received a total of $94,439.12 from the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association.
Site: Middle Tennessee State University's Murphy Center, Murfreesboro. Admission: $10 Wednesay-Friday; $12 Saturday.
When Braxton Blackwell was in elementary school in Atlanta, his dad thought his future would be in football.
The Lady Bears beat Jefferson County in the first round, 65-37 before falling to eventual state champion Blackman, 55-46.