After Tullahoma notched a 41-23 over Independence in the opening bout of the West Region Dual Tournament on Saturday at Independence, it fell short of the state duals, after losing its next two matchups.
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With 8.2 seconds left on the clock and the game tied at 28, West guard DeAndre Jenkins was fouled going up for a shot against Warren County in the Central Tennessee Conference Championship Game in McMinnville on Friday.
Following a tough 73-72 overtime loss at Shelbyville on Friday, Tullahoma bounced back with a narrow win at Father Ryan on Saturday, rallying for a 36-31 victory.
Tullahoma controlled the second half in order to pick up a 59-46 district win at Shelbyville on Friday. A different story occurred for the Wildcats on Saturday, as they were dominated in the second quarter, and Father Ryan rolled to a 70-32 home win.
For the third time in program history, the Tullahoma High School boys bowling team earned a seat into the TSSAA State Tournament, after knocking off Walker Valley 21-6 at Tullahoma Lanes on Monday.
Tullahoma guard Julia Duncan keeps smashing records at Tullahoma High School as she became the first-ever basketball player in school history to cross the 2,000 career point threshold in the Lady Wildcats’ 56-47 win over Columbia on Tuesday.
Down by five heading into the final quarter, a comeback wasn’t in the cards for Tullahoma on the road, as Columbia outscored the Wildcats 23-11, garnering a 73-56 district win on Tuesday.
Three Tullahoma High School athletes recently received all-state honors. Julia Duncan, Quintin Howard and Ian Poe were recognized for their efforts on the field.
Despite holding a nine-point lead early in the fourth quarter, poor shooting down the stretch hurt Tullahoma as its 11-game win streak fell to the wayside, losing a 64-61 district matchup at home to Lawrence County on Friday night.
Before Lawrence County even knew what happened, Tullahoma grabbed a quick 7-0 lead – thanks in large part to Jake Hollandsworth who scored those points for THS— on its way to a 75-59 district victory at home on Friday night.
For the first time in school history, the Tullahoma High School boys bowling team will be hosting the sectional round of the playoffs, as the Wildcats captured the region title at home on Wednesday afternoon.
Krys Uselton played hero for Tullahoma on Tuesday night in the final seconds at home against Moore County, scoring a game-winning free throw and allowing the Wildcats to come up with a 58-57 victory.
It took a little bit for Tullahoma to get in sync at home on Tuesday night, but once it did, it controlled the contest, wielding its way to a 65-43 win over Moore County.
Tullahoma grabbed the lead over Lebanon in the final two minutes of the first half and never relinquished that advantage on its way to pulling a 69-52 upset win at home on Friday night.
In the second quarter against Lebanon at home on Friday, Ben Fulton etched his name down as one of the greats to come through Tullahoma High School, as he rewrote the Wildcats’ record for most made career 3-pointers.
Down by two heading coming out of the halftime break, Tullahoma controlled the third quarter at home on Friday, using that to shockingly pick up a 72-53 victory over Lebanon at home on Friday.
Dominating from the start against the host school, the Tullahoma High School girls basketball team ended the Richland Holiday Tournament as champions, picking up a 77-42 victory on Monday night.
The 2019 sports year has come to a close for campuses in the Tullahoma City Schools system. In reflecting on the 2019 seasons, The Tullahoma News has compiled a top 10 list of sports moments that occurred throughout the calendar year.
Race Marin ended his high school career in May as one of the most versatile, competitive and fearless athletes in Tullahoma High School history and because of that, he has been selected as The Tullahoma News’ 2019 Male Athlete of the Year.
It’s been an impressive year for Tullahoma High School senior Julia Duncan, as she’s helped her team win a district championship on the basketball court, before smashing school records on the soccer field.
Tullahoma garnered a surprise victory in its opener at the Green Wave Basketball Christmas Classic in Gallatin on Friday, before dominating in its final matchup of the tournament on Saturday.
Ben Fulton put up 19 points in Tullahoma’s 71-65 home win over Franklin County on Wednesday, but it was an early fourth-quarter basket that allowed him to eclipse a career milestone.
Just before the buzzer at the end of the first half, Ben Fulton knocked down a basket, giving Tullahoma a 15-point halftime lead. That changed in the second half, as the Wildcats staved off a late comeback attempt by Franklin County at home Wednesday, holding on for a 71-65 victory.
Tullahoma had to wait a day to get district play underway, but the Lady Wildcats dominated the second half, on their way to a 73-57 win over Franklin County on Wednesday.
After holding a 13-11 advantage at the end of the first quarter, Tullahoma lost control of the game in the second period and was never able to battle back, losing at Warren County 67-45 on Friday night.
The Academic All-America Team selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSida) was released on Monday and Maryville College senior forward Shannon Reagan has been named a first-team All-America selection. Reagan was also honored as the 2019 NCAA Division III Women’s S…
A basketball fanatic, Tullahoma High School graduate J.D. Crabtree set forth to create a project that shares his love of the sport, while also honoring one of his former coaches.
It’s rare that there is an upset in middle school basketball, but on Monday night, the East girls’ basketball team did exactly that, beating West 42-20 at Tullahoma High School.
Evan Tomlin was dominant early for the West Middle School boys team, as he and the Bobcats prevailed in a 49-32 victory over East at Tullahoma High School on Monday.
A 10-0 run midway through the second quarter allowed Tullahoma to gain some separation, as it used that to notch a 67-58 road win over Independence in the season opener on Tuesday.
After suffering its first loss a couple weeks ago, the Tullahoma boys’ team dropped its second match of the year, losing at home 18-9 to Franklin County on Monday.
Despite holding a six-point lead with 1:17 left in the contest, Tullahoma couldn’t hang on, as Independence won with a late put back to seal a 59-58 victory at home Tuesday.
Three of the four middle school basketball teams in Tullahoma garnered wins Thursday, as the East girls and boys teams as well as the West boys teams secured victories.
Soccer season ended for Tullahoma in early October, but senior Julia Duncan learned Tuesday that she will get to play one more game, which will take place this weekend.
After being tied at five at the end of the first quarter, the West boys’ basketball squad grabbed control in the second period, using that to notch a 33-24 win against North at Franklin County High School Monday.
Once DeKalb County started scoring on Friday night, it couldn’t be stopped, as the Tigers scored on seven-straight possessions, using that to capture a 45-34 home win over Tullahoma on Friday.
Taking a narrow 8-5 advantage into the second period, the West girls’ basketball team started to open up its lead, taking a 20-12 lead into halftime, on its way to a 42-28 win at Tullahoma High School Thursday.