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MCHS Splits Wins With Gallatin PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Tigerettes Increase to 7-0, and Tigers Handed 1st Loss

Story By: Misty Green

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The Macon County High School Basketball teams hosted Gallatin on Friday, December 3, 2010.

In the girls game... The Tigerettes exploded the first quarter with a 21-9 lead over Gallatin, and continued to rain down the baskets for a 41-15 advantage before halftime.

The Green Wave opponent was unable to recover in the second half of the game and was defeated by Macon County with a final score of 69-44.

Katie Reid led the Tigerettes to victory with 16 points, followed by Kelsey Gregory with 14 points, Katelyn Bean with 13 points, Kailyn Brooks with 12 points, Terra Pryor with eight points, Katie Beth Meador three points, Michaela Thompson with two points, and Savannah Harper with one point.

In the boys game... The Tigers were unable to continue their winning streak in the Friday night challenge against Gallatin, however they did return from a 12-3 first quarter deficit to only trail 21-18 going into the halftime break, with baskets made by Zack Billenstien (3 pts.), Andrew Kempf (3 pts.), Tyler Manning (4 pts.), Mic Wise (2 pts.), and Brantley Russell (3 pts).

Gallatin was fouled to start out the third quarter and made only one of their free-throw shots. Tiger Brantley Russell answered with a lay-up to trail 22-20. Gallatin then nailed their third 3-pt shot of the game and a lay-up to lead 27-20.

To end the third quarter, Zack Billenstien recorded six points, Dallas Grace put in nine points, and Shawn Kemp added one point, however the Tigers were still left trailing 44-36 when the buzzer sounded.

The final period for the Macon County boys was a tough one as they raced against the clock to recover the eight-point deficit.

Dallas Grace marked the first points in the fourth quarter. Brantley Russell was then tagged with a questionable technical foul, and Gallatin seized one easy-point to extend  their lead. Grace returned the next rebound to narrow the gap 44-40 with 6:45 left to play.
Tyler Manning then picked up his fourth foul, as Gallatin inched forward 45-40.

Billenstien slid in a lay-up, before Manning fouled out of the game, and Gallatin picked up two more free-points, GHS 47, MCHS 42.
Mic Wise was then plagued with his second foul, and then had two free shots of his own, however all baskets failed.

With 2:09 left in the game, Dallas Grace nailed a two-pt. shot to inch the Tigers score closer to their opponent, 47-44.
Shawn Kemp then fouled, and Gallatin capitalized with both free-throws, 49-44.

Grace was able to sink two more baskets before the final buzzer, however Gallatin was able to hang on to their lead to defeat Macon County with a final score of 55-48.

Dallas Grace led the Tigers in points with 17, followed by Zack Billenstien with 15, Brantley Russell with five points, Tyler Manning with four points, Mic Wise and Andrew Kempf recorded three points each,  and Trey McPherson added one point in the game.

 
RBS Wins Dog Fight Over Clay County PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Story By: Misty Green
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The Red Boiling Springs High School Basketball teams hosted Clay County on Tuesday, November 30, 2010, for two games that were close throughout the entirety of each challenge.


In the girls game... The RBS Lady Bulldogs jumped ahead of Clay County in the opening quarter 15-12, and was able to hold a slim lead throughout the three remaining quarters for a 49-46 victory over CCHS.


Heather Jenkins led the Red & Grey Lady Bulldogs to victory with 16 points and four 3-pointers, followed by Layce Colter with 15 points, Morgan Burgener with eight points, Marina Evans with four points, Mackenzie Painter with one 3-pt. shot, and Katie Hix with three points.


In the boys game... The RBS Bulldogs led the opening period 17-14, and then trailed 33-30 going into the halftime break. Isaiah Washington’s lay-up late in the third quarter, inched Red Boiling Springs back in the lead 46-44.


In the last period, the Red & Grey Bulldogs were able to eject four top scorers for CCHS, and added 26 points to their lead to claim their sixth consecutive victory for this season, with a 79-70 win over Clay County.


Wes Grace led the team to victory with 31 points and three 3-pointers, followed by Andrew Mullinix and Allen Kirk with 14 points each, Isaiah Washington with 10 points, Shelton Watson with seven points, and Jordan Grace with three points.

 
MCHS Thumps Yellow Jackets PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, November 30, 2010

By: Misty Green


The Macon County High School Basketball teams traveled to Trousdale County on November 23, 2010 to face Hartsville’s Yellow Jackets.


In the girls game... The Tigerettes opened the challenge with a 17-12 lead and by halftime, Macon County had stretched their advantage to 35-16. Dominating the last two quarters, the Blue & White Tigerettes picked up their third win with a final score of 63-29.


Tigerette Katie Reid scored 17 points to lead Macon County (3-0) past Trousdale County (1-3). Reid was followed by Kelsey Gregory with 10 points, Katelyn Bean with eight points, Kailyn Brooks with seven points, Calamity Jane Coley with six points, Sarah Belton, Katie Beth Meador, and Terra Pryor with four points each, and Whitney Wilburn with three points.


In the boys game... The Tigers exploded the first quarter to lead 16-9, however the hosting Yellow Jackets picked up their pace to lead 23-21 going into the halftime break.


Macon County returned in the third quarter to regain the lead 36-29.


The fight was on in the final period, with baskets being answered in both goals.


Trousdale came out ahead in scoring for the last period (13-10), however Macon County’s third quarter push helped the Blue & White return home with a 46-42 win.


Dallas Grace scored 20 points to lead the Tigers (3-0) past the Yellow Jackets (0-4). Grace was followed by Trey McPherson and Brantley Russell with six points each, Zack Billenstein and Tyler Manning with five points each, Shawn Kemp with two points, and Aaron Carter and Andrew Kempf with one point each.


Macon County is scheduled to host Gordonsville on November 30, 2010. Game time 6 p.m.


The MCHS Basketball teams also plan to host Gallatin High School on December 3, 2010. Game time 6 p.m.

 
RBS Travels to Family Christian Nov. 23 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Story & Photo By: Misty Green


The Red Boiling Springs High School Basketball teams traveled to Hooptown on November 23, 2010, to face the teams of Family Christian Academy.


In the girls game... The Lady Bulldogs opened the challenge with a 14-10 lead over FCA, and by halftime, RBS held a huge 36-12 advantage. At the end of the fourth quarter, Red Boiling Springs picked up their fifth consecutive win by a final score of 71-31.


Morgan Burgener and Layce Colter led the team to victory with 18 points each, followed by Katie Hix with eight points, Mackenzie Painter seven points, Heather Jenkins seven points, Kalisha Lynch six points, Marina Evans five points, and Hannah Hollis with two points.


In the boys game... The Bulldogs led the opening quarter with a 14-10 advantage, and by halftime the Red & Grey extended their lead 37-25. Dominating the last two rounds, RBS claimed their fifth consecutive win over FCA by a final score of 72-47.

Wes Grace led the team to victory with a total of 29 points, followed by Allen Kirk with 14 points, Isaiah Washington with 13 points, Shelton Watson and Jordan Meador with five points each, and Jordan Grace and Andrew Mullinix with three points each.


Red Boiling Springs will host Clay County on November 30, 2010. Game time 6 p.m.

 
MCHS Dominates East Robertson to Stand 2-0 for Season PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, November 30, 2010

By: Misty Green


The Macon County High School Basketball teams traveled to East Robertson on November 19, 2010, for their second game of the season.


In the girls game... Macon County opened the challenge 12-10, and then led 31-23 before the halftime break.  
The Tigerettes continued to dominate the court throughout the remainder of the game, defeating East Robertson 72-44 for their second win of the season.


Katie Reid led the team with 23 points, followed by Calamity Jane Coley with 14 points, Kailyn Brooks 11 points, Katelyn Bean seven points, Kelsey Gregory six points, Terra Pryor three points, and Sarah Belton, Katie Beth Meador, Michaela Thompson and Whitney Wilburn added two points each in the win.


In the boys game... The Tigers were able to make a second-half comeback to defeat East Robertson 63-60.
East Robertson led 24-16 in the opening quarter and continued to leave the Tigers trailing 34-28 at halftime.


The Tigers returned after the break and out-scored the Indians 45-41.


The final quarter was intense with baskets being answered by each team.


East Robertson led the fourth quarter in scoring adding 19, and allowing 18 for the Tigers, however Macon County’s third quarter push help the Tigers to claim their second win by a final score of 63-60.


Dallas Grace and Zack Billenstien each scored 18 points to lead the Tigers to victory, followed by Trey McPherson with nine points, Brantley Russell eight points, Shawn Kemp five points, Tyler Manning three points, and Mic Wise with  two points.


With the win the Tigers improve to 2-0 for the 2010 season.


Macon County will host the Gordonsville Tigers on Nov. 30. Game time 6 p.m.

 
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