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TNT 2011 State Tournament Play PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Jr. Tigerettes Defeat Springfield in 1st Round of TNT

By Misty Green


The Macon County Junior High School Tigerette Basketball team traveled to Springfield on February 5, 2011, to begin 2011 TNT State Tournament play.


They were paired against Dekalb County for their opening game and came out in full force against their opponent.
The Macon County defens prevented Dekalb County from even marking the scoreboard in the first half of the game, while adding 24 points to their lead.


In the third quarter, Dekalb returned to record 21 points, however Macon County kept a 35-21 lead. The Tigerettes added 15 points in the final round, allowing Dekalb ten, for a 50-31 victory.


Leah Anderson led the team with 19 points, followed by Emilee Harris with 10 points, Reese Shrum with nine points, Briley Driver and Abi Welch with three points each, Marissa Owens with two points, and Logan Hernandez and Kassidy Brooks with one point each.


The Jr. Tigerettes advanced to the semi-final round on February 12 against Livingston.

MCJHS Tigerettes Advance to TNT Finals


By Mark Darnell


The Macon County Jr. High Tigerettes advanced to the finals of the TNT State Invitational Tournament in Springfield with a victory over the previously unbeaten Livingston Tigers. The win also runs their record to 19-0 for the season.


In the first period, the girls came out a little tight. No one from either side wanted to break away. However by the time the period ended, Macon led 8 to 5 over Livingston.


The Tigerettes tried to pull away at the start of the 2nd quarter. Driver made a steal and a break-a-way lay up followed by a great assist from Harris to Anderson and the lead ballooned to 14-5 mid way in the period. To the credit of the Lady Tigers, they battled back to cut the score to Macon 17 Livingston 12 at the half.


In the 3rd, the Macon Tigers managed to hold on to the lead. Significant minutes by Belton and strong game management by Owens and Shrum were the keys to this section of the contest. At the end of the 3rd the score was Macon Co. 25 and Livingston 18.


In the final period the Tigerettes held on for the win. Livingston had no answer for the tandem of Harris and Anderson early. However the Lady Tigers battled back and cut the lead to 5 late in the game.  However two steals by Macon late in the contest sealed the victory. Final Score Macon 35 Livingston 26.


Scoring were Driver 2 pts, Shrum 9 pts, Owens 4 pts, Anderson 11 pts, and Harris 9 pts. Belton played but did not score. The Jr. High Tigerettes play in the finals of the TNT State Tournament this Saturday night.

RBS Jr. High School Bulldogs Advance to TNT Semi-Finals

By Misty Green


The Red Boiling Springs Jr. High Bulldogs played St. Henry in their first round of the TNT State Tournament on February 12, 2011.
The Bulldogs never trailed while playing against the Tigers, however the game saw several ties in the second quarter. The Bulldogs were up 29-18 at the end of the third period. Red Boiling Springs stood firm in the last quarter, defeating St. Henry 37-28 at the end of regulation.


Zane Roberts led the Bulldogs with 14 points and four-3-pt shots, followed by Alex Mullinix with eight points, Dallas Greanead and Nick Deckard with six points each, and Skyler Holden with three points.


With the win, RBS will now advance to the semi-final game against Debrail from Warren County on Friday, February 18, 2011 around 4 p.m.


RBS stands at 18-4 for the 2010/2011 season.

 
Macon County Jr. Pro Basketball News PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, February 15, 2011

By David Phillips

The league enjoyed a pretty day this past Saturday as we had 10 entertaining basketball games.  The 1st game was a 6-8 girls’ game and had Matt Wilson’s team defeating Chris Crowder’s team 8-7.  For Matt, Kyndal Ludick had 6 points and Maggie Lewis had 2.  For Chris, Haley Davis had 4 points, Mia Brawner had 2 and Tiara Meador had 1.

The 2nd game was a 6-8 girls’ game and had Nathan Gregory’s team winning over Joey Wilkerson’s team 19-6.  For Nathan, Abby Shoulders had 6, Savannah Colvin had 5 and Jalynn Gregory and Allexis West had 4 each.  For Joey, Chloe Donoho had 4 and Kailen Donoho and Kennedy Fleming had 1 each.

The 3rd game was a 6-8 boys’ game and had Wes Clayborne’s team defeating Derek Meador’s team 22-10.  For Wes, Wesley Carver had 6, Landon Colter and Elliot McGuire had 5 each, Carson Pedigo had 4 and Jordon Steen had 2.  For Derek, Isaac Meador had 8 and Connor Trent had 2.

The 4th game was a 6-8 boys’ game and had Brian Long’s team winning over Greg Cline’s team 15-14.  For Brian, Logan Williams had 9, Samuel Reid had 4 and Zach Long had 2.  For Greg, Lake Reid had 8 and Hayden Blankenship had 6.

The 5th game was a 6-8 boys’ game and had Donnie Crawford’s team defeating Grace & Manning’s team 16-14.  For Donnie, Logan Whittemore and Tanner Gann had 8 each.  For Grace & Manning, Connor Johnson had 8, Tyler Jenkins had 4 and Jacob Phelps had 2.

The 6th game was a 9-12 girls’ game and had Chad Shoulder’s team winning over Shayron Jenkins’ team 27-14.  For Chad, Mallory Owens had 12, Kammie Yates had 10 and Olivia Belton and Marah King had 2 each.  For Shayron, Taylor Woodard and Tamra Murphy had 5 each, Kristen Shoulders had 3 and Kara Bowman had 1.

The 7th game was a 9-12 girls’ game and had Shawn Carter’s team defeating Anthony Bullington’s team 24-10.  For Shawn, Keeley Carter had 10, Keeley Clariday had 7, Bailey Porter had 5, and Jamie Ashburn had 2.  For Anthony, Kyndal Bullington had 6 and Allyssa West had 4.

The 8th game was a 9-12 boys’ game and had Connie Shrum’s team winning over Jason Marsh’s team 28-4.  For Connie, Heston had 11, Kendrick Carter had 5, Cayden Shrum and Isaac Belton had 4 each and Cole Carnahan and Dillon McFerrin had 2 each.  For Jason, Houston Stafford and Dawson Gunter had 2 each.

The 9th game was a 9-12 boys’ game and had Dewayne Cook’s team defeating Joseph Cross’s team 23-19.  For Dewayne, Josh Hauskins had 10, Cameron Wohlgamuth had 8 and Kelton Ballou had 5.  For Joseph, Cameron Welch had 6, Carson Brawner had 5, Bryson Smith had 4 and Brayden Miller and John Russell had 2 each.

The 10th and final game was a 9-12 boys’ game and had Barry Polston’s team winning over Donnie Crawford’s team 26-12.  For Barry, Spencer Hogin had 12, Landon Polston had 6 and Kade Allen and Ben Burrow had 4 each.  For Donnie, Dylan Butler had 6, Braxton Crawford had 4 and Brandon Jones had 2.

Also for the games last week, the 1st game had Laura Ward’s team defeating Joey Wilkerson’s team 20-18.  For Laura, Briley Morgan had 10, Taylor Ward and Sierra Stafford had 4 each and Madilyn Goodall had 2.  For Joey, Kennedy Fleming had 10, Allie Cliburn had 4 and Keleigh Wilkerson and Chloe Donoho had 2 each.

The 2nd game had Nathan Gregory’s team winning over Matt Wilson’s team 10-5.  For Nathan, Jalynn Gregory and Abby Shoulders had 4 each and Allexis West had 2.  For Matt, Breia Smith had 4 and Kyndal Ludick had 1.

The 3rd game had Grace and Manning’s team and Derek Meador’s team ending in a tie at 15-15.  For Grace and Manning, Connor Johnson had 9, Alex Villanveva had 4 and Jacob Phelps had 2.  For Derek, Connor Trent had 8, Ryan Underwood had 3 and Isaac Meador and Riley Cook had 2 each.

The 4th game had Wes Clayborne’s team defeating Brian Long’s team 12-3.  For Wes, Wesley Carver had 6, Landon Colter had 5 and Jordon Steen had 1.  For Brian, Logan Williams had 2 and Samuel Reid had 1.

The 5th game had Donnie Crawford’s team winning over Greg Cline’s team 16-7.  For Donnie, Tanner Gann had 8, Logan Whittemore had 6 and Ty Lowhorn had 2.  For Greg, Brody Clariday had 7.

The 6th game had Anthony Bullington’s team defeating Shayron Jenkins’ team 21-15.  For Anthony, Kyndal Bullington had 13, Allyssa West had 7 and Rachel Ritchie had 1.  For Shayron, Tamra Murphy had 7, Kristen Shoulders had 6 and Chloe Cliburn had 2.

The 7th game had Kylie Clark’s team winning over Chad Shoulders’ team 18-10.  For Kylie, Laura Henson had 11, Cayley Tuck had 3 and Mackenzie Proctor and Abby Tuck had 2 each.  For Chad, Olivia Belton had 4, Allyson Shoulders and Matteson Goolsby had 2 each and Mallory Owens and Marah King had 1 each.

The 8th game had Dewayne Cook’s team defeating Donnie Crawford’s team 20-7.  For Dewayne, Trent Cook had 8, Kelton Ballou had 6, Logan Hewitt had 4 and Owen Morgan had 2.  For Donnie, Zack Pemberton had 3 and Braxton Crawford and Logan Thompson had 2 each.

The 9th game had Brian Long’s team winning over Jason Marsh 38-19.  For Brian, Michael Tirjan had 16, Chase Long had 10, Owen Goodman had 6 and Lee Pruitte, Hunter Kirk and Brad Harper had 2 each.  For Jason, Aaron Colter had 10, Matthew Murphy had 4, Houston Stafford and Quentin Owen had 2 each and Devon Dillehay had 1.

The 10th game had Barry Polston’s team defeating Joseph Cross’s team 25-17.  For Barry, Spencer Hogin had 13, Landon Polston had 9, Ben Burrow had 2 and Kade Allen had 1.  For Joseph, John Russell had 7, Cameron Welch had 4 and Stephen Lancaster, Brayden Miller and Zachary Goad had 2 each.

 
Sports Announcements PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Men’s & Women’s Adult Basketball League

There will be a men’s and women’s  basketball league started this year, that will play during the months of March and April. The games will be played at Lafayette Elementary School. There will be a meeting held on Monday night, March 7, for anyone interested in playing or putting a team in this league. For more information, please call 666-7230.

Boys AAU Basketball Mtg.

There will be a Boys AAU organizational meeting on Saturday, February 19, 2011 at the Macon County High School gymnasium at 9 a.m. For more information, please call Coach Jason Welch at 666-7845. This will be for 3rd through 8th grade boys. We’re also looking for coaches and sponsors.

Youth Softball Sign-ups

The Macon Parks & Recreation Association is now accepting sign-ups for the 2011 season for the following age brackets: 5-8 yrs. (Coach Pitch); 9-12 yrs. (Jr. Fast Pitch); and 13-16 yrs. (Sr. Fast Pitch). Sign-up at Central Elementary on Feb. 19 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Feb. 26 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. You may also sign-up at All About Sports during normal business hours. Try-outs will be held March 5 & 12 at the Harvey George Field.

 
Red Boiling Springs High School Basketball News PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, February 15, 2011

RBS Defeats Gordonsville in Last District 8A Game of 2011 Season

By Misty Green

The Red Boiling Springs High School Basketball teams entertained Gordonsville High School on February 11, 2011 for their last home game of the season, and improved their record with two wins.

The Lady Bulldogs won by a score of 53-47 and the Bulldogs won with a score of 63-56.

Heather Jenkins led the team with 20 points, followed by Layce Colter with 19 points, Mackenzie Painter with three points, Katie Hix with four points, Hannah Hollis with two points, and Morgan Burgener with nine points.

Wes Grace led the team with 31 points, followed by Andrew Mullinix with 13, Shelton Watson with 10, Jordan Meador with six points, and Aaron Francis with three points.

RBS Splits Wins with Trousdale Co.

By Misty Green

The Red Boiling Springs High School Basketball teams traveled to Trousdale County on February 8, 2011 for two District 8A challenges.

In the girls game... The Lady Bulldogs added their 24 win after defeating the Lady Jackets with a final score of 55-46.
With the win, Red Boiling Springs girls clinched the top seed in District 8A.

Layce Colter led the team with 24 points, followed by Morgan Burgener with 14 points, Heather Jenkins with nine points, Mackenzie Painter with five points, and Katie Hix with three points.

In the boys game... The Bulldogs opened the game with an 11-8 advantage, and by the halftime break, Trousdale County was left trailing 25-21. The Yellow Jackets returned in the third quarter to acquire a 33-31 lead over the Bulldogs. In the final period, Head

Bulldog Coach Micheal Owens commented his team just could not buy a basket, as Trousdale County out scored Red Boiling Springs 17-7, for a 50-38 victory.

Wes Grace led the Bulldogs with 18 points, followed by Jordan Meador with nine points, Andrew Mullinix with four points, Matt French and Shelton Watson with two points each, and Jordan Grace with one point.

This game was an upset for RBS, as the Bulldogs out-ranked their Trousdale opponent (7-19) with a regular season record of 16-11.

RBSHS Ends Season at Westmoreland

By Misty Green

The Red Boiling Springs High School Basketball teams traveled to Westmoreland on February 12, 2011 for two make-up regular season games.

In the girls game... The Red Boiling Springs Lady Bulldogs were able to claim their 26th victory after defeating Westmoreland (21-6) in over time by a final score of 40-39.

Layce Colter led the Lady Bulldogs with 12 points, followed by Heather Jenkins with 10 points, Morgan Burgener with nine points, Mackenzie Painter with four points, Marina Evans with three points, and Katie Hix with two points.

The RBS Lady Bulldogs stand at 26-4 for the season, and first place in District 8A. Congrats Girls!

In the boys game... Bulldog and Eagle fans witnessed another close game last Saturday night, with each team adding baskets back-to-back. However after four quarters of play, the Eagles were able to claim their 11th win, after defeating Red Boiling Springs with a final score of 44-30.

Wes Grace led the Bulldogs with 14 points, followed by Shelton Watson with seven points, Aaron Francis with three points, and Andrew Mullinix, Jacob Wheat, and David Williams with two points each.

The Bulldogs now stand at 17-12 for the regular season, and third place in District 8A.


Good Luck teams in District 8A tournament competition!

 
Macon County High School Basketball News PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, February 15, 2011

MCHS Basketball Teams Claim White House Victories

By Misty Green

The Macon County High School Basketball teams hosted White House for a District 9AA challenge and were able to improve their record with two wins.

In the girls game... The Tigerettes achieved a 38-18 advantage over the Lady Blue Devils by the halftime break, which continued throughout the second half for a 65-36 victory.

Kailyn Brooks led the Tigerettes with 15 points, followed by Katie Reid with 13 points, Katelyn Bean with 10 points, Haley Harris with six points, Michaela Thompson with five points, Terra Pryor with four points, Jade Ellis and Whitney Wilburn with three points each, and Kelsey Gregory, Katie Beth Meador, and Alyssa Tuck with two points each.

In the boys game... White House outscored Macon County in the first three quarters of play to hold a 36-34 advantage going into the final round.

The Tigers achieved their first lead of the night with a  3-pt. basket by Andrew Kempf with four minutes left to play.

Both teams continued to add points, as the final minutes of the quarter continued to tick away. White House found themselves in a jam when the Tigers had acquired a one-point lead with 11.3 on the clock. On the next White House possession, they threw the ball out of bounds, giving it back to the Tigers. Dallas Grace was fouled at 8.6, but missed the free-throw. White House had the ball, however Grace stepped up to steal the pass, nailing the last two buzzer points of the game for a 50-47 district win.

Zack Billenstein led the Tigers with 14 points, followed by Dallas Grace with 12 points, Tyler Manning and Trey McPherson with eight points each, Andrew Kempf and Mic Wise with three points each, and Brantley Russell with two points.

MCHS picks up 2 wins in Westmoreland

By Mark Darnell

The Tigers and Tigerettes of Macon Co. picked up two road wins this past Friday night at Westmoreland. With the victory the girls claimed the regular season district title and the boys finished second.

Coach Beam’s girls came out seemingly on a mission. Both teams had a great deal of defensive intensity and Macon County had pretty even scoring in the first quarter. Reid hit a shot at the end of the period to make the score Macon 12 Westmoreland 2. 

In the second quarter, 3 pt shooting by Harris and Gregory pulled the Tigerettes away early in the quarter. The Tigerettes hit a rough spot with a little sloppy play which led to some foul concerns. However, at the half Macon had opened their lead to 27 to 7 over the Eagles.

The third period was a little slow. Harris and Bean scored 9 of 11 MC points in the quarter as Brooks ran the floor. As Macon picked up their pressure the third period ended with Macon leading 38 to 12 and in full control.

Coach Beam emptied the bench and the entire roster played in the game. With the starters out, the game ended with a final score of 48 to 24 for the MC win.

Scoring were Gregory 10 pts, Brooks 4 pts, Reid 9 pts, Bean, 6 pts, Harris 11 pts, Thompson 4 pts, Wilburn 4 pts. The entire team played.

The Tigers picked up right where the Tigerettes left off. Macon came out with unbridled defensive intensity and ran away scoring the first 12 points of the game. Kempf and Grace contributed great defensive play. At the end of the first buzzer the score was Macon 25 Westmoreland 13.

In the 2nd Macon kept on firing. Kemp made one rain to run out the lead. However, the game Eagles battled back to cut the lead to 11 points. The half ended  with the score 35 to 23 with the Tigers over the Eagles.

The Tigers hit a little bump in the road. Manning and Billenstien picked up their  3rd fouls fairly early in the quarter. Tiger turnovers allowed the Eagles to cut the lead to 38-30. However, Billenstien’s 3 pt. bucket seemed to pick the Tigers back up. The third period ended with Macon leading the Eagles 45 to 37.

The Eagles cut the lead to 7 at the beginning of the last quarter. However McPhearson made a block and run-out lay-up to take the lead back to eleven. A 3 point bucket by Billenstien and 3 the old fashioned way by Manning left no doubt. Final Score Macon 61 Westmoreland 50.

Scoring for the Tigers Billenstien 15 pts, Manning 13 pts, McPherson 7 pts, Grace 11 pts, Kemp 7 pts, Kempf 2 pts, Russell 4 pts, and Carter 2 pts.

 

 
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