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Ashley Gilliam put on a special performance during the Region 4-AAA Tournament on Monday in Murfreesboro, carding a 67 on the day, finishing -5 under par, helping lead the Lady Wildcats to a state tournament berth.

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Quarterback Danny Martinez scored three touchdowns for the Tullahoma Middle School football team, getting the Wildcats back into the win column with a 22-0 victory over Warren County at home on Tuesday night.

Heading to Henry Horton State Park in Chapel Hill, both the Tullahoma High School and Middle School cross-country teams put up solid performances during their outings.

With the top two shooters during the District 8 Tournament in Lawrenceburg on Monday, the Tullahoma High School girls golf team assured itself to be playing for a Region 4 Title come next week.

As Tullahoma Head Coach John Olive got set to celebrate his birthday, his team helped make it that much more enjoyable, getting off to its best start in nearly a decade, after defeating Franklin County 27-14 in Winchester on Friday.

After a tough 2-0 district loss to Page on Aug. 30, Tullahoma answered right back with a pair of dominating district wins, first defeating Spring Hill 6-0 at home on Tuesday before securing a 10-1 win at Lawrence County on Thursday night.

In front of the largest home crowd it has had all season, the Tullahoma High School volleyball team didn’t disappoint, sweeping Cannon County in three-straight sets on Thursday to end the week with back-to-back victories.

After notching a 14-13 road win over Marshall County last week, Tullahoma will be looking to extend its winning streak to three games, for the first time since 2014, when it heads to Franklin County on Friday.

Defense shines in Wildcats' 14-13 upset of Marshall County

With stellar performance, the Tullahoma High School girls golf team went on to capture the first-place title at the Golden Classic Invitational at WillowBrook Golf Cub in Manchester on Wednesday.

Despite battling the whole contest, the Tullahoma High School girls soccer team couldn’t net a district win at home, as a pair of first-half scores allowed Page to score a 2-0 win on Thursday night.

After playing the first two games of the regular season at home, the Tullahoma High School football team will gear up for its first road trip of the season when it heads to Lewisburg to take on Marshall County on Friday.

Tullahoma rallies from 3-0 deficit to beat Coffee County 5-4

Not only will Coffee County and Tullahoma will both be looking to claim the coveted Coffee Pot during the 93rd annual battle for the trophy at Wilkins Stadium in Tullahoma on Friday, but each team will also be searching for its first win of the season.

After grabbing a 13-10 advantage early in the second quarter, Tullahoma couldn’t sustain that lead, as Shelbyville went on to score 21 unanswered points, notching the 31-13 road win in the season opener on Thursday.

Taking just a 6-0 lead into halftime, the Tullahoma Middle School football team dominated the second half, adding three more touchdowns in a 26-0 home win over Harris on Tuesday.

Thursday’s season opener could be another chapter in outstanding series between Tullahoma and Shelbyville when teams square off at Wilkins Stadium.

In a sloppy contest that featured a combined seven turnovers, the Tullahoma Middle School football team came away victorious, bringing home the coveted Coffee Cup in a 22-6 win over Coffee County in Manchester on Tuesday.

Tullahoma’s annual Fan Feast scrimmage turned into an all-you-can-eat buffet for the Wildcats on Friday, as they devoured Warren County on their way to a 54-8 beat down of the Pioneers.

Four goals were put up in what turned out to be an exciting intrasquad matchup, as the Tullahoma High School girls soccer team played its annual Red vs. White Contest at East Middle School on Thursday.

Twelve-year-old bicyclist Levi Dykes put together a complete winning weekend at the Three River Rumble Omnium in Rockwood last month, including capping off event in style, taking first place in the Tennessee State Championship Road Race.

Ashley Gilliam showcased why she is not just one of the premier high school golfers in the state, but in the nation, when she competed in the U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship, which took place July 16-21 at Poppy Hills Golf Course in Pebble Beach, California.

Just four weeks out from the start of the regular season, practices for high school football are reaching the home stretch.

Golf season for the Tullahoma High School teams is officially underway, as both the THS girls and boys teams played matches last week.

The high school golf season will be in full swing on Tuesday, and the Tullahoma High School teams are set to open their seasons this week.

Head Citadel wrestling coach Rob Hjerling has announced the hiring of Cody Cleveland as the Bulldogs’ new assistant coach. Cleveland comes to Charleston after spending the last three seasons at the United States Naval Academy.

A run in the bottom half of the first inning was enough to lift the Tullahoma Little League 12U All-Stars to a 1-0 road win against Columbia in the District 8 Title Game on Wednesday night.

Dominating 14-0 in the District 8 Title Game on Tuesday against Spring Hill on Tuesday, the Tullahoma 8U Coach Pitch All-Stars became the second local Little League team to earn a berth into the state tournament.

The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders announced on Thursday that Justus Sheffield will be get to be a part of Major League Baseball’s All-Star festivities. The THS alumnus was selected to pitch in the Futures Game at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. on July 15.

At 50 years old, Steve Johnson tested his body and his faith by hiking the entire Appalachian Trail, the 2,189.1-mile route which runs through 14 states, beginning in Georgia and concluding in Maine.

Much like its first two games of the District 8 Tournament, the Tullahoma 11U All-Star Team seized control with five runs in the bottom of the first inning, riding that to a 9-3 win over Columbia in the district title contest on Monday.

Recent Tullahoma High School graduate Chase Farler can add another postseason honor to his record after it was announced that he was a part of the All-Midstate Soccer Team, put together by The Tennessean.

With an impressive performance, Tullahoma High School golfer Ashley Gilliam nabbed third place at the USGA Girls Junior Am Qualifier Tournament held at Purdue University on June 17 in West Lafayette, Indiana.

Presented with identical opportunities to ring up a big inning, the Washington Nationals took full advantage and Baltimore Orioles squandered the chance.

The accolades keep coming in for the Tullahoma High School baseball team, as it was announced on Monday that Race Marin was selected to the Region 4 Team by TN Baseball Report.

Ashley Gilliam made history — even some family history — on her way to capturing her third-straight win during the 2018 Tennessean/Metro Parks Schooldays Golf Tournament on June 7.

As a recent Tullahoma High School graduate, Matthew Meadows got to play at least one last game at the high-school level as he was selected to be a part of the Middle Tennessee All-Star Senior Classic.