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4 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com
Tyner's streaking Rams, who have won 13 consecutive games, drew a team that's even hotter on Saturday at the draw meeting for the 2014 TSSAA boys' state basketball tournament at Middle Tennessee State University.
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8 hrs ago | Lebanon Democrat
The Commanders scored in each of the five innings of the opener on 12 hits and six Station Camp errors.
12 hrs ago | The Tennessean
The Hendersonville High and Station Camp High baseball teams are in similar boats this season.
13 hrs ago | The Tennessean
The White House High School baseball program has been playing second fiddle as of late.
13 hrs ago | The Tennessean
HENDERSONVILLE - The Pope John Paul II High girls lacrosse squad is filling some holes.
KiJuan Ware, secondary coach at Eastern Michigan University this past season, has been named head football coach at Central High School, Pounders athletic director Jerry Fomby confirmed Friday afternoon.
Only three other Clarksville-area schools have placed their girls' basketball teams in the state tournament's eight-team field in early March -- Northeast, Northwest and Clarksville High.
The undefeated Tennessee Volunteer baseball team heads west to its toughest test so far this season to take on the Arizona State Sun Devils in Tempe this weekend.
District 14-AA had a breakout year last year at the state tournament. Lexington won the Class AA state championship after losing its first game, while Chester County finished third.
Cannon County had the most fan support on the second day of the state tournament.
Brentwood Academy's girls split their regular season match-ups with Ensworth, losing a heart breaker 59-57 on Highway 100 and nabbing a home game by 39-34 just a couple of weeks ago.
In recent years, Greg Keith has become known as the chairman and CEO of The Keith Corporation, a large, full-service commercial real estate company based in Charlotte, N.C. But for those who followed high school sports in Chattanooga in the 1970s, he will always be remembered foremost as the sharp-shooting basketball guard for some successful ... (more)
If other teams in District 6-AAA are chomping at the bit to get their chance at Cookeville's baseball team following the graduation of 16 seniors from last year's 34-2-1 team, they may be in for a rude awakening.
The 2013 season was another historic run at a state title for the Dickson County High softball program.
Cannon County senior Abbey Sissom will end her career as one of the school's all-time greatest girls basketball players.
North Side, Liberty and Jackson Central-Merry will all benefit from the new district that West Tennessee teams were placed into in Class AA.
The Pope John Paul II High baseball program is coming off of its most successful season, with the Knights having advanced to their first Division II-Class AA State Tournament.