For the second time in her career, Ashley Scott, a seventh-grader at East Middle School, left Louisville, Kentucky as a National Champion, capturing the top spot in the National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) Tournament on May 9.
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Graduation will be taking place on Friday and senior Race Marin will easily go down as one of the most versatile, competitive and fearless athletes in Tullahoma High School history.
Six Tullahoma High School athletes earned their seats into the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) State Championships based on their performances at sectionals last Friday at Rhea County High School.
Led by a second-place effort by the East Middle School girls team, Tullahoma put on strong performances when it hosted the Central Tennessee Conference Track and Field Championships on Monday at THS.
With 34 seconds left on the clock, Jorge Graniel ended Tullahoma’s season, finding the back of the net and allowing Central Magnet to notch the 1-0 home win in the District 11-AA Tournament Semifinals on Tuesday.
With the score tied at 7 at halftime, it didn’t take long for the Tullahoma Red Team to take control in the second half during the Wildcats’ annual Red vs. White Spring Football Game on Thursday night, riding that advantage to a 21-16 win.
Fifteen individual athletes extended their seasons on Friday during the District 4 Championships at Tullahoma High School, by placing in the top four of their respective individual events.
Despite getting runners on base in the first two innings, Tullahoma couldn’t capitalize and plate a run against Shelbyville in the District 8-AAA Elimination Game. Levi Hedrick pitched a gem for the Golden Eagles, holding the Wildcats scoreless in a 3-0 victory on Sunday at Lincoln County.
Lincoln County plated five runs in the top of the first inning and, despite rallying, Tullahoma couldn’t overcome that deficit, seeing its season come to a close in a 6-4 loss in a District 8-AAA Tournament Elimination Game in Shelbyville on Monday.
A total of 33 athletes from both East and West middle schools will be representing Tullahoma at the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association State Track and Field Championships based on their performances at sectionals last week at Riverdale High School.
With the score tied at 1, Shelbyville plated a pair of runs in the top of the third inning on Wednesday, grabbing the lead for good and downing Tullahoma 5-2 in the District 8-AAA Tournament opener.
An eight-run outburst in the bottom of the third inning at home on Wednesday helped Tullahoma secure its spot into the District 8-AAA Tournament, as the Wildcats run-ruled Coffee County 13-1 in five innings in the district play-in game.
After opening the Central Tennessee Conference Tournament with a 13-6 win at Harris on April 23, Tullahoma dropped its next two games, bringing its season to a close.
A first-half score by Clinton Ferrell was enough to lead Coffee County to victory, reclaiming the coveted Coffee Cup at home in a 1-0 win over Tullahoma on Tuesday.
In back-to-back games, Tullahoma jumped out to an early lead over Coffee County in order to capture victories, including in the Central Tennessee Conference Tournament Championship game on Monday night.
Tullahoma split a pair of games this weekend, first winning a 9-4 matchup against Community on senior night, before following that with a 7-5 loss at Beech on Saturday.
After losing its final district contest of the year, falling at Columbia 4-3 in nine innings on April 23, Tullahoma responded with four wins in its final five games of the regular season.
After taking seven grapplers to the Adidas National Wrestling Championships in Independence, Missouri, the Tullahoma High School wrestling teams saw five of those wrestlers place, including Katy Champion, who became a national champion on April 6.
Four Tullahoma High School track and field athletes traveled to Soddy Daisy to take part in the TSSAA Regional Pentathlon and Decathlon at Soddy Daisy on April 16 and 17.
After each team plated a run in the first inning, it took until the eighth inning for either team to get back into the scoring column, as Shelbyville escaped Tullahoma with a 2-1 victory on Monday.
Jason Welch was officially hired as the new Tullahoma High School boys basketball coach last week, and fans, parents and locals will have an opportunity to meet him during a meet and greet at the high school on Thursday evening.
Tullahoma was able to hang on for a 5-4 win in Fayetteville on Tuesday night, but Lincoln County dominated in the series finale in Tullahoma on Wednesday, running away with a 10-3 victory as the teams split the District 8-AAA series.
Offensive struggles plagued Tullahoma this week, as the Lady Wildcats dropped a pair of matchups to Coffee County, first losing a 6-0 game in Manchester on Tuesday, before following with a 6-1 defeat at home on Thursday.
Tullahoma saw its regular season come to a close with a pair of downers this week, as the Wildcats were swept by Coffee County. The Red Raiders jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in Tullahoma on Monday, before dominating in a 13-4 win at home on Tuesday.
After back-to-back losses in the DeMarini Classic in Knoxville last weekend, Tullahoma ended things on a positive note, dominating in an 8-0 victory at Maryville on Saturday.
With two first-place individual performances and four top spots in relay races, the Tullahoma High School boys track and field team looked good in the Coffee County Invitational in Manchester last Thursday.
With her team clinging to a 6-5 lead with two outs in the bottom of the sixth on Wednesday, Carlie Baker cleared the bases with a bases-loaded single into center field, upping Tullahoma’s advantage to 9-5.
Offensive struggles plagued Tullahoma as the Wildcats were swept by Columbia Central this week, including being no-hit in a 3-0 loss on Wednesday in Columbia, before dropping a 4-2 matchup at home on Thursday.
The series opener being delayed by a day due to weather didn’t hurt Tullahoma, as the Wildcats defeated Harris on back-to-back days, earning the series sweep over the Golden Eagles.
After having its Monday match get rained out, and after Cascade played spoiler in the first home game of the season, Tullahoma took out its frustrations on Wednesday, scoring a 6-0 home win over Middle Tennessee Home School (MTHEA).
After rallying from an early 3-0 deficit in Manchester on Tuesday on its way to capturing a 16-3 win, Tullahoma couldn’t complete the sweep, as Coffee County held on for a 7-6 road win on Wednesday.
Down 8-2 entering the top of the seventh inning, Tullahoma rallied, plating seven runs in the top half of the frame, and holding on for the 9-8 victory at Lincoln County on Tuesday.
After taking a brief leads on back-to-back days, Tullahoma couldn’t hang on, losing a pair of games to Warren County this week, first falling 7-2 on the road on Monday, before dropping a 9-8 home thriller on Tuesday.
Tullahoma scored an early goal, but couldn’t sustain that advantage, as Cascade netted two late scores, holding on for a 2-1 road victory, spoiling the Wildcats’ home opener on Thursday.
Both of the Tullahoma Middle School bowling teams wrapped up their regular seasons this week, both ending things on positive notes, scoring road wins on Tuesday in Smyrna.
Jessica Edde put Tullahoma in front with a two-run double in the top of the fifth inning, and that was all the Lady Wildcats needed to pick up a 4-0 victory over Columbia in the home opener on Monday.
Tom Ellis netted five goals in two days for Tullahoma, as the Wildcats earned a 7-1 victory at Lawrence County on Friday, before following that with a 1-1 draw at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee on Saturday.
In Lawrenceburg on Thursday, Tullahoma struggled to get the offense going, picking up just two hits – one of which was a home run by Madison Barnett – in a 4-1 loss to Lawrence County.