Skip to content

Area Sports

Tigers dominate Panthers for Homecoming Win

By Mark Darnell | September 27, 2022 | Comments Off on Tigers dominate Panthers for Homecoming Win

The Macon County Tigers ran their season record to 6-0 with a dominating win over the Portland Panthers by a score of 42-15. It was Homecoming 2022 for the program and was a renewal of the oldest rivalry in the Macon record books. Following a defensive stop by Macon, they struck on their opening possession.…

Red Boiling Springs lose to Whitwell 59-9

By Wally Etheridge | September 27, 2022 | Comments Off on Red Boiling Springs lose to Whitwell 59-9

The Red Boiling Springs High School football team has made three long trips this season and last Friday night the Bulldogs traveled to Whitwell High School to take on a very good Tiger team. The Bulldogs lost by a final score of 59-9. The drive was almost three hours but that was no excuse for…

Junior Tigers Advance in Play-offs

By Mark Darnell | September 27, 2022 | Comments Off on Junior Tigers Advance in Play-offs

The Macon County Junior High Tigers won two games this past week. One was the final game of the season and the other was the first round of their playoffs. On Sep 20th the Junior Tigers travelled to Overton County for their final game of the regular season. Cooper Carlisle got the scoring started with…

Macon XC competes in Burnett Invitational

By Mark Darnell | September 27, 2022 | Comments Off on Macon XC competes in Burnett Invitational

The Macon County High and Junior High cross country teams competed in the Burnett Invitational in Cookeville on Sep 24th. The high school boys finished in 5th place as a team in the 5K race. They recorded the following times and placements: Matthew Evans (10) 18:15, Evan Groesbeck (15) 18:43, John Carter Wilson (34) 20:18,…

Junior Tigers get two wins

By Mark Darnell | September 21, 2022 | Comments Off on Junior Tigers get two wins

The Macon County Junior High Tigers were able to get two wins this past week. They made up a game with DeKalb County and held homecoming with Gordonsville. On Tuesday Sep 13th Macon played a make-up region game against DeKalb County. Macon’s Brennan Flowers scored on a 48 yard run on the opening drive. Flowers…

MCHS Volleyball defeats White House

By Mark Darnell | September 21, 2022 | Comments Off on MCHS Volleyball defeats White House

The Tigerettes from the Macon County High volleyball team were in action last Thursday Sep 15th at Nera White Gymnasium. They defeated White House in three straight sets 25-20, 25-18, and 25-22. (Photos by Mark Darnell)

Macon XC competes in Southern Showcase

By Mark Darnell | September 21, 2022 | Comments Off on Macon XC competes in Southern Showcase

The Macon County High School and Junior High School Cross Country teams traveled to Huntsville, Alabama to compete in the Southern Showcase against teams from ten different states east of the Mississippi river. For the Junior High Boys in the two mile run, they recorded the following times: Ryan Alvis 17:29, Andrew Blackwood 19:34, Jacob…

Bulldogs celebrate Homecoming with 39-12 victory over North Greene

By Wally Etheridge | September 21, 2022 | Comments Off on Bulldogs celebrate Homecoming with 39-12 victory over North Greene

Last Friday night was a special game for the Red Boiling Springs High School football team as they beat the Huskies from North Greene by a final score of 39-12. There were records broken on this night but none of them were on the playing field. North Greene received the opening kickoff and the Huskies…

Tigers defeat Wildcats 49-6

By Mark Darnell | September 21, 2022 | Comments Off on Tigers defeat Wildcats 49-6

The Macon County High Tigers ran their record to 5-0 with a region win over Livingston Academy last Friday night. The 49-6 victory marks the first time the Tigers have held that record since the undefeated season of 1973. Macon scored on the opening possession of the contest. Kyle Shockley hit Hayden Wix on an…

Tigers defeat Westmoreland Eagles

By Mark Darnell | August 30, 2022 | Comments Off on Tigers defeat Westmoreland Eagles

In a rival game between two communities separated by about 18 miles, Macon County came away with a victory over the Westmoreland Eagles 20-15. Following possessions by both teams, the Tigers capitalized on an Eagle turnover and scored with 1:43 left in the first period on a Kyle Shockley quarterback sneak. The extra point was…