With 11 minutes left in the second quarter, Tullahoma trailed Spring Hill 10-0 on the road on Friday night.
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The Tullahoma High School girls team capped off the regular season with a win, taking first place in a nine-hole matchup over Shelbyville and Coffee County at Lakewood Golf & Country Club on Thursday.
Maryville College’s and Tullahoma native Shannon Reagan was named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week, as the senior forward recorded her second collegiate hat trick.
Heading into this season, Julia Duncan needed 22 goals in order to best a record set at 76 by Jessica Kyle in 2002 to become the Lady Wildcats’ all-time leading scorer for career goals.
Tullahoma netted its first score nearly the midpoint of the first half on Tuesday, and didn’t let up on its way to picking up a 6-0 home win over Lawrence County on senior night.
On Saturday morning, both the Tullahoma High School and Middle School cross-country teams headed to Murfreesboro, competing in the Warrior Invitational at Riverdale High School.
For the second straight time, Lizzy Sharpton topped the elementary girls’ racers during the Coffee County Elementary Cross-Country Race League's last meet last Wednesday at the Manchester Soccer Complex.
Tullahoma got after Franklin County early and often, jumping out to a 20-0 first-quarter lead, before going on to dominate in a 47-14 home win on Friday night.
Through five games this season, the Motlow women’s soccer team has yet to concede a goal, including in a 2-0 victory over Southwest Community College in Tullahoma on Friday night.
After a sloppy first half that saw the Tullahoma Middle School football team trail 14-8, the Wildcats battled back, securing a 24-14 home win over White County on Tuesday night.
After notching its first win of the season last week, Tullahoma will try to make it two victories in a row when it welcomes Marshall County to Wilkins Stadium in its home opener on Thursday.
Both of the Tullahoma High School cross-country teams got their seasons started by taking part in the annual Voyles Classic at Andrew Jackson Park in Nashville on Saturday morning.
The Coffee County Elementary Cross-Country race league got its season started last Thursday, opening the new year with a race at the Manchester Soccer Complex.
Tullahoma’s defense set the tone in the 94th Annual Coffee Pot Game, limiting Coffee County to just 79 yards in a 35-0 victory in Manchester on Friday night.
Two games into the regular season, the reigning Tennessee Community College Athletic Association Champion Motlow State women’s soccer team is already off to a dominating start.
After the Tullahoma Middle School football team trailed 8-6 early in the third quarter, a pair of touchdown runs by Colby Tucker allowed the Wildcats to stay undefeated with a 20-8 victory over Bridgeforth on Thursday.
On the links, the Tullahoma High School girls team took second overall during the Golden Classic Invitational at WillowBrook Golf Course in Manchester on Wednesday.
Despite tying the game twice, Tullahoma couldn’t hang on in its finale in the Southern Middle Tennessee Girls Invitational Tournament at Johnson Lane on Saturday, losing to Stewarts Creek 4-2.
After the varsity lost 14-7 in Shelbyville on Thursday, the Tullahoma freshman and junior varsity team got a little revenge, combining for a 25-0 home victory on Monday.
Despite outgaining Shelbyville in yardage, Tullahoma’s offense struggled to put away drives on Thursday night, and the Wildcats dropped their season opener, losing 14-7 at Shelbyville.
Before the season starts, three Tullahoma High School football players received team honors last week, with two of those athletes getting to wear the numbers of two former Wildcats this coming year.
Julia Duncan scored four goals, including netting a second-half hat trick, and the Tullahoma High School girls soccer team started the regular season on a positive note, picking up a 7-3 win at Cascade on Monday.
In the famous words of former University of Tennessee radio broadcaster John Ward, “It’s football time in Tennessee” – at the high school level that is. Tullahoma will officially open the 2019 season with a trip to Shelbyville Central on Thursday.
Capping off the preseason with its annual Fan Feast Scrimmage, the Tullahoma High School football team ended things on a solid note, picking up a 19-6 home win over Columbia Central on Wednesday night.
For the majority of his coaching career, Jeff Lester has shied away from the limelight, always wanting to credit those around him for successes.
It wasn’t pretty, but with stout defensive play, the Tullahoma Middle School football team was able to hang on to the Coffee Cup, notching a 14-6 home victory over Coffee County on Monday night.
It was a solid performance for the Tullahoma High School girls golf team when it took part in the Cookeville Invitational at Cookeville Country Club on Monday.
After opening its season with a tournament in Lawrenceburg last week, both Tullahoma teams hosted their first matches of the season on Tuesday, facing Franklin County in a nine-hole matchup.
While golf season is in full swing at Tullahoma, the other four varsity fall sports will have to wait until later this month to get their seasons underway.
At the end of July the East Lincoln Elementary archery team sent three students to take part in the 2019 National Archers in Schools Program (NASP) Championship in Nashville.
Golf season is officially in swing, as the Tullahoma High School teams got their regular seasons underway this week, taking part in the Lawrenceburg Invitational on Monday.
Pushing his body to the brink, Tullahoma High School cross-country coach Chris Clemens challenged himself earlier this month, taking part in The Last Annual Vol State Road Race 500K.
In his first trip to Tullahoma, former University of Tennessee and now Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Joshua Dobbs talked to 10 different local football teams, sharing his testimony in part of a Night of Champions, a Fellowship of Christian Athletes event that was presented by Grace Baptist…
The dreaded dead week ended back on July 8 for high school sports, as teams were able to resume practices. That included the Tullahoma High School football team, as they returned to the field.
Four Tullahoma High School wrestlers added to their list of accolades this past year by being named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) All-State Wrestling Team on Tuesday.
Just before fireworks were set to go off on July 4, incoming Tullahoma High School senior Hollis Fanning set the Twitter-verse ablaze, announcing his decision to verbally commit to play baseball at the University of Tennessee.
After a solid start to its state tournament run, the Tullahoma Little League 10U baseball team was no-hit and upended by Goodlettesville, losing 10-0 on Tuesday morning.