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MCHS Tigers Dominate Dekalb Co. 55-14 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Story By: Misty Green

The Macon County High School Tigers were on fire last Friday night, October 8, 2010 as they traveled to face Dekalb County.

Tiger fans witnessed their best game yet as the Macon County boys dominated each quarter of the entire contest.
To start off the battle, a rush by Zack Shockley early in the first quarter marked the first points of the night, followed by a successful kick by Carson Cook. Quarterback Dallas Grace doubled the score late in the opener, to lead 14-0.

Shockley and the Tiger team opened the second quarter with their third touchdown of the night. Dekalb finally got on the board three minutes later, however Shockley and Jessee Newberry ran in two additional scores. With 0.13 left in the first half, a Dekalb County pass at the 38-yard line landed into the hands of Dallas Grace, who returned it to the endzone for a 42-7 lead at halftime.

Tiger Shane Hesson scored the only touchdown in the third quarter, and Carson Cook’s extra-point kick was good, Macon leads 49-7 over Dekalb.

In the final period of play, a rush to the endzone by Tiger center William Bandy ended Macon County’s list of scorers in the visiting blowout. Dekalb would eventually mark one more run to their score before the final whistle would blow, Macon County 55, Dekalb 14.

Macon County will host White House on October 15, travel to Livingston Academy on October 22, and play their final game at home against Westmoreland on October 29, 2010.

Red Boiling Springs 2010 Homecoming Game Against Monterey PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Story & Photos By: Misty Green
The Red Boiling Springs 2010 Homecoming game was held on October 8, 2010, and the opponent was the Wildcats of Monterey.


Red Boiling Springs 2010 Homecoming Court PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 12, 2010


2010 Red Boiling Springs Homecoming Court: #51 Jordan Grace, 2010 Sweetheart Mackenzie Comer, #6 Tyler Moss, 2010 Homecoming Queen Heather Jenkins, #23 Isaiah Washington, Leah Whittemore, #1 Clifton Hackett, Cheyenne Henderson, #10 Nathan Gann, and Kelsey Jenkins. Photo By: Misty Green

MCHS Girls Golf Team Wins Regional Tourney PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, October 6, 2010


 The Macon County High School Girl’s Golf team won the top spot in the Regional competition held September 27, 2010. Pictured above are (l-r) Coach Beverly Shoulders, Lauren Gammons, Kaleigh Chitwood, Kaitlin Cartwright, Savannah Knight. Congratulations girls. (Photos & Article Submitted)

The MCHS Golf Team attended the Regional Tournament held at Montgomery Bell State Park Golf Course in Dickson, TN on Monday September 27, 2010.

The MCHS Girls won first place with score of 162, followed by Creekwood 163, Hume-Fogg 172, Goodpasture 174, David Lipscomb 183, Mongtomery Central 205.

Girls scores were Kaitlin Cartwright 80, Lauren Gammons 82, and Kaleigh Chitwood 87.

Kaitlin Cartwright took 3rd medalist and Lauren Gammons took 4th medalist.

The MCHS girls team will now move on to the State Tournament to be held next week at Willow Brook Golf Course in Manchester, TN.

The MCHS Boy’s team came in sixth place with a score of 375. Goodpasture came in first with score of 306, and the rest as follows: Greenbrier 319, CPA 350, Hume-Fogg 357, Clarksville Academy 362.

Zach Polston tied for third place and won a 2-hole playoff to go to the state tournament as an individual.
Macon’s Boys individual scores were:  Zach Polston 75, Austin Williams 84, Collin Linville 91, Trey Reid 95 and Ian Whittemore 97.




MCHS Boys Golf team claimed sixth place in the Regional Tournament. Pictured above (l-r) Collin Linville, Austin Williams, Trey Reid, Ian Whittemore, Zach Polston, and Zach Swaffer.




Macon County High School’s Zach Polston won a 2-hole playoff to advance to the State Tournament as an individual. Congrats Zach.

Local High School Football News PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, October 6, 2010

By: Misty Green

MCHS vs. Greenbrier
After Last Friday night’s unexpected victory against the Owls of Smith County, the Tigers seemed to have picked up some momentum going into face another top-notched school, the Bobcats of Greenbrier High School.
Last year’s graduation snatched up all of last year’s starting Bobcat linemen, and Macon County aimed to take advantage of that side of the ball during last Friday night’s contest, October 1, 2010.
As the Tigers stepped on to the grid-iron and scored their first touchdown early in the game, Macon County understood that their offense was still in good condition.
Greenbrier scored again in the second period to lead 13-0 going into the break.
In the third quarter, a deep center pass from Tiger quarterback Dallas Grace landed into the hands of Zack Shockley for a gain of 21 yards and a touchdown.
This would be the last score Macon County would achieve against the bobcats, losing the game by a final score of 26-6.
Macon County is scheduled to travel to Dekalb County next Friday night, October 8, 2010.

RBSHS vs. Gordonsville
The Red Boiling Springs High School Bulldog football team traveled to Gordonsville last Friday night, October 1, 2010 to face a team that reached the quarterfinal round of the 2A playoffs last year.
Red Boiling Springs was only able to mark the scoreboard with a touchdown and one extra-point kick, before losing the battle by a final score of 48-7.
The Red Boiling Springs High School 2010 Homecoming is scheduled for next Friday night, October 8, against Monterey High School. Come out and support the Red & Grey!

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