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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

 

Red Boiling Springs Volleyball player #18 Amy Ford received a plaque at the TMSAA Sectional Tournament (SMALL Division) held at Columbia,TN recently. RBS placed third in tournament.

 

 

Red Boiling Springs 1st-Team All-District member is Sherena Swoner. Faith Asberry was named to the 2nd-Team
All-District.
 

 
Macon County High School Golf Team Earns 5th in State PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 19, 2010

By: Misty Green
The Macon County High School Girls Golf team attended the TSSAA State Golf Championship Class A-AA on October 5 and 6, 2010, held at WillBrook Golf Club in Manchester, TN.


Macon County tied for 5th place out of 8 teams in attendance.


“This is possibly the most competitive team I have coached,” Beverly Shoulders said, explaining that she has been with this group of athletes since they were in the fifth grade, and they continue to try and out play their previous scores.
“I have had a girls team for the past five years to make an appearance at the State competition, but this group that just got back was the youngest team so far, and they were nervous never having played in that kind of atmosphere,” Coach Shoulders said.


There were two freshmen and one sophomore on the team that advanced to the State Tournament from Macon County High School, and if they continue with the sport, their athletic skills can only improve.


Individual MCHS scores:  Kaitlin Cartwright 92 - 85 = 177, Kaleigh Chitwood 90 - 96 = 186, Lauren Gammons 92 - 96 = 188. Savannah Knight was named as an alternate.


“Considering the number of people watching, all the cameras flashing, and the other things going on at State, they did very well individually,” Head Coach Beverly Shoulders said, adding, “especially being such a young team.”


With 53 girls competiting in the tournament, Kaitlin Cartwright placed 17th, Kaleigh Chitwood tied for 26th place, and Lauren Gammons placed 32nd.


Macon County’s Zach Polston qualified to compete in the TSSAA State Championship individually from his performance in the Regional Tournament.


“This was the first time I have ever had a boy to go to State,” Coach said. “The last time I can remember a boy golfer making it to the State Tournament was Joey Tuck, and that was over 10 years ago,” she smiled.


In a contest against 72 other participants, Polston shot 80-82=162 for the two day event. He placed 26th out of the 72 other opponents, but possibly a fact that is most impressive, was that he was the lowest scoring Freshman in attendance.


Congratulations MCHS Golf Team for a good showing at state and a great season overall.


Coach Beverly Shoulders has been at the helm of the Macon County High School Golf Team for the past eight years, and according to her, she still loves it. “I love it all, the kids, the game of golf, and being outside,” she explained.


“This year’s trip to State was a great experience for the group. I plan to be back next year, and in time, be the first sport in Macon County history to win the State Championship.”


The commitment of the sport is not only shown in the four members of the Macon County Golf team who made this appearance at State, but for the ones who did not qualify to attend.


“Most of the team members are always out on the green practicing. Every free minute they have, it seems like they are playing golf,” Coach said, “and it shows.”


Coach Beverly Shoulders would like to send out a special message, thanking the parents, Macon County High School, and the Macon County Golf Course for all of their support this season.

 

 

 
MCHS Tiger Football PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The Macon County High School Football team hosted White House on October 15 and was unable to overpower their opponent for a 37-6 loss.


There were no scores in the first period of the game, and three consecutive touchdowns by the Blue Devils opening the second quarter of this challenge, left Macon County scrambling to create some points before halftime.


At 2:17 in the first half, a Macon County pass by quarterback Dallas Grace landed in the arms of Tyler Manning, who ran in a 29-yard touchdown. The PAT failed, leaving the Tigers trailing 20-6. White House would pick up one more run before the buzzer to lead 27-6 at the break.


Macon County returned with a little more gusto in the second half, and put a damper on the previous White House scoring streak. The Blue Devils would find a 28-yard field goal in the middle of the third period for a three point advantage. The last score of the game was achieved by the visitors, allowing them to return with a final score of 37-6.


Macon County will travel to Livingston Academy on October 22, and plans to face Westmoreland at home on October 29, for the last game of the season.

 
RBS Bulldog Football PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The Red Boiling Springs High School Football team traveled to Jackson County last Friday night, October 15, 2010 to face the Blue Devils and were defeated by a final score of 20-6.

Region 4A Standings
Trousdale County     6-0       8-0
Gordonsville     5-1       6-2
Friendship Christian     4-2       6-2
Jackson County     3-3       5-3
Watertown         3-3       3-5
Clay County         3-4       4-4
Monterey         3-4       4-5
Red Boiling Springs     1-5       2-6
Pickett County     0-6       0-8

The Bulldogs plan to host Friendship Christian on Friday, October 22 for the last home game of the season. The Last time the Bulldogs faced the Commanders, the final score reflected a 60-0 shutout on Oct. 23, 2009, however Bulldog fans hope this year’s squad can produce a different outcome.

With this being the final home game of the season, the senior members of the football program and their parents will be honored, so everyone come out and support the RBS Bulldogs.
Red Boiling Springs last game is scheduled for October 29 at Trousdale County.

 
Back Yard Cross Country Invite at the late Markie Voyles Family Farm PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 19, 2010

 

 

The Macon County High School Cross Country team was invited to participate in the Back Yard Cross Country Invite at the Voyles Farm in Sparta, Tennessee on October 09, 2010. The event was hosted by White Co. High School.   

The Macon County Girls placed second in the race, which was won by Cumberland Co. High School with a total score of 29. Macon Co. High School earned second place with a total team score of 56, followed by White Co. High School with a score of 69, Cookeville High School with a score of 77. Heritage High School also participated in the event.

In the Girls 5k Run...  
Katie Swindle ran her best personal race for second place with a time of 20:41.48, earning a total of two points for the team score. Mackenzie Painter placed ninth with a time of 22:43.59, earning nine points to the team score. Terra Pryor placed 13 with a time of 24:08.65, earning a total of 13 points. Jasmine Chaparro placed 14 with a time of 24:21.00, earning a total of 14 points. Meerim Talipova placed 18 with a time of 25:17.40, earning a total of 18 points. Katie Hix placed 19 place with a time of 26:16.05, earning a total of 19 points. Casanda Willson placed 28 place with a time of 30:26.26, earning a total of 26 points.  

In the Boys Division...
Cookeville High School placed first with a team score of 18, followed by Cumberland Co. High School with a score of 56, Macon Co. High School with a score of 79,  White Co. High School with a score of 83, followed by Heritage  High School, Phoenix School, and Livingston Academy.      

In the Boys 5K Run Individual Results... Mason Doss placed 13 with a time of 18:54.76, earning a total of 11 points. Seth Smith placed 16 with a time of 19:30.93, earning a total of 14 points. Taylor Boxold placed 18 with a time of 20:15.35, earning a total of 15 points. Corey Eden placed 19 with a time of 20:25.30, earning a total of 16 points. Jordon Kemp placed 17 with a time of 23:33.58, earning a total of 23 points.

 

 
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