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A day after announcing that high school football teams across the state will see their seasons delayed, the TSSAA proposed three options for the upcoming 2020 season in a meeting on Wednesday.

Ahead of her senior basketball season, incoming Tullahoma senior Kailyn Farrell is being touted as one of the best players in the state. In fact, the forward was invited by TN Report to participate in the “Best of the Best” workout in the state this coming September.

A month ago during his graduation, Tullahoma High School senior Austin Secrest seemed sure that he would be attending MTSU this coming fall.

In celebration of her 85th birthday, Joyce Sherrill of Estill Springs decided that a piece of cake simply would not cut it for such an important milestone.

In a special called meeting on Thursday, the Tennessee Secondary School Athletics Association (TSSAA) Legislative Council confirmed that the two-week dead period for high school athletes will remain the same as originally scheduled.

After having previously committed to play softball in college, Jessica Edde made things official last Wednesday, signing her letter of intent to continue her softball career at Wallace State in Hanceville, Alabama.

While football workouts officially began on Wednesday, the Tullahoma High School and Middle School cross-country teams will officially begin practices Monday, starting at 9 a.m.

After not being able to do anything for the last couple of months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tullahoma athletes returned to a little bit of normalcy last week, as workouts began for high school sports.

A pair of friends and teammates ensured that they’ll be staying local, but be able to continue their softball careers in college together. Inside the East Middle School gym on Monday, Tullahoma seniors Kenzie Lenderman and Meghan Prosser officially signed their letters of intent to play at M…

Before COVID-19 hit, Tullahoma High School senior Keiandra “Kiwi” Seals had a pretty awesome plan. In July, she was planning to travel to Spain and represent America’s Team on the softball field.

Tullahoma’s career leader in made 3-pointers will be continuing his basketball career in college, as senior Ben Fulton recently committed to Cumberland University.

While school may not be physically in session due to COVID-19, teachers across the Tullahoma City School District have been forced to adapt to online methods. Additionally, educators are encouraged to still keep in touch with their students, whether that be through phone calls or video calls.

Not even Little League is immune to COVID-19, as the Tullahoma Little League officially announced that its spring 2020 season has been canceled.

Near the middle of last December, Madison Barnett officially signed her letter of intent, confirming that she would continue her softball career at Lee University.

Starting this coming season, Tullahoma will be extending its girls wrestling program down to the middle school level.

Three Tullahoma High School athletes recently received postseason honors, after Katy Champion, Divine Desilets and Julia Duncan were all named to their respective All-State Teams by the Tennessee Sports Writer’s Association.

During the early part of this year, before spring sports were halted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Charles Roberts ensured that he would be able to extend his soccer career in college, signing his letter of intent to play at Maryville College.

Tullahoma senior Julia Duncan added another accolade to her collection on Tuesday, after she was named to the Tennessee Sports Writer’s Association Class AAA All-State Girls Team.

Shannon Reagan was recently named the 2019-20 J.D. Davis Award winner following her award-studded career as part of the Maryville College women’s soccer program. Reagan was a 2016 Tullahoma High School graduate.

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On Wednesday, Gov. Bill Lee recommended that schools cancel the rest of the spring semester. That recommendation was swiftly followed by the announcement by the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) that springs sports across the state are canceled.

Like nearly 100,000 people from around the globe, Andreas Sfirakis, 7, and his father Matt, were hopeful to be in attendance when WrestleMania was taking place in Tampa Bay, Florida earlier this month on April 5.

As a two-time state medalist, Tullahoma High School senior Destiny Shelton had her options on where she wanted to attend school next year. At the end of March, Shelton officially committed to Indiana Tech in order to continue her wrestling career at the collegiate level.

Early Friday afternoon, Tullahoma High School senior Macey Bowman made things official as she announced that she would be continuing her basketball career in college by committing to Welch College in Gallatin.

While local athletes are waiting to see what the future holds for spring sports, the same can be said for players at the professional level, including former Wildcat and Baltimore Orioles’ pitcher David Hess.

Despite being away from the court, Tullahoma senior Julia Duncan has continued to make headlines, as she received another postseason honor before officially signing her letter of intent to continue her basketball career in college.

Before COVID-19 struck down and cancelled sports at all levels, Tullahoma native Oliver Lawson was able to conclude his freshman season as part of the men’s bowling team at Tennessee Wesleyan University.

On Monday, Gov. Bill Lee recommended that all schools in the state be closed through Friday, April 24 amidst COVID-19 (Corona) concerns. Tullahoma City Schools were originally slated to reopen doors on April 7; however, that has been pushed back following Monday’s recommendation.

Motlow guard Darius Harding announced on Twitter on Thursday morning that he would be verbally committing to continue his basketball career at Northern Kentucky.

After helping lead the Tullahoma girls’ basketball team to its deepest playoff run in school history, Julia Duncan added an accolade, as she was named to the TN Report All-State Team on Monday.

Before spring sports were halted, the Tullahoma High School baseball team traveled to Murfreesboro in part of the Grand Slam Classic, losing a 13-2 decision in five innings at Blackman on Friday night.

Once Saturday’s sectional went final, Tullahoma didn’t head toward the locker room. Instead, the team stayed out on the court as tears flowed from coaches, players and parents alike, as the hard truth sank in – that the longest postseason run in girls’ program history officially concluded wi…

Tullahoma struggled to hit shots early and Blackman took full advantage, running away with a 75-38 win to secure the Region 4-AAA Title in Lawrenceburg on Wednesday.

The Tullahoma Middle School Red Bowling team improved to 6-0 on the season, recording back-to-back wins the last two weeks.

After Tullahoma cut it a one-point game at halftime, Siegel dominated the second half to capture an 87-67 win in the semifinals of the Region 4-AAA Tournament on Tuesday in Lawrenceburg.

The Tullahoma Middle School baseball team dominated in its season opener, hammering South for a pair of run-rule victories on Wednesday.

It may have taken a little over a year, but Tullahoma was able to exact revenge on Oakland, downing the Lady Patriots 52-47 in the Region 4-AAA Tournament Semifinals in Lawrenceburg Monday.

In a back-and-forth battle, it was Tullahoma who made the final stand, coming away with a 56-49 home win over Riverdale in the opening round of the Region 4-AAA Tournament on Saturday.

After leading 47-32 entering the fourth quarter, Tullahoma had to hang on in order to secure a 55-49 home win over Stewarts Creek in the first round of the Region 4-AAA Tournament on Friday.

Former Wildcat Kevin Nee was recently announced as a finalist for the 2020 National High School Athletic Coaches Association National Coach of the Year Award for boys’ gymnastics.

The Tullahoma Bass Club had its first-ever college signee earlier this month, when Hunter Palmer officially signed his letter of intent to join the anglers at Bryan College in Dayton on Feb. 12.

The Tullahoma girls’ basketball team clinched a first-round home game against Stewarts Creek in the Region 4-AAA Tournament this coming Friday. Prior to that matchup, senior Julia Duncan received her own honor and was selected to be a member of the Basketball Coaches Association of Tennessee…

Tullahoma girls wrestling sent three competitors to the TSSAA State Championships in Franklin this past weekend and all three are coming back as state medalists for the second time in their careers.

At no point during Saturday’s District 8-AAA Title Game did Tullahoma trail, as it kept building on its lead, before eventually pulling away in a 63-50 victory over Columbia in Fayetteville.