Weather didn’t dampen Tullahoma’s spirits Monday, as the girls’ golf team clinched its third-straight seat into the TSSAA State Tournament after winning the Region 4 Tournament in Murfreesboro.
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Coming off of a week where his team was sidelined and unable to play due to opponents having COVID-19 outbreaks, Tullahoma Head Coach John Olive said he had no idea what to expect from his team when it took the field Friday at Lincoln County.
Franklin County’s Paul McRae and Tullahoma’s Lynsey Jackson were this year’s recipients of the Bill Hobbs Memorial Scholarship. Both bowlers were honored on Saturday and awarded $500.
Tullahoma netted the first goal just minutes into Tuesday night’s match, but Page followed with four-unanswered scores to notch a 4-1 road win in the District 11-AA contest.
After finishing the majority of the regular season tournaments in the top spot, the Tullahoma High School girls’ golf team added another first-place finish to its resume, and this time captured the District 8 Title at River Bend Golf Course in Shelbyville Tuesday.
Coffee County High School senior Matthew Pittman and Tullahoma High School senior Tyreek Nard have both been named Great American Rivalry Series Scholar Athletes for 2020.
Tullahoma had a clean sweep this week, winning all three of its matches including a District 11-AA home match against Marshall County that went down to the wire Thursday.
Tullahoma capped off the regular season with three-straight wins this week to finish the year with a 13-2 overall record and 10-2 against conference opponents.
Once again, Tullahoma’s Sept. 18 date had a change to the schedule and this time, the Wildcats are left stag and because of that, there will be no football game this Friday night.
While Tullahoma’s initial homecoming date against Spring Hill was cancelled, the Wildcats will get an upgrade in opponent as they will now head to No. 4 ranked Beech this Friday night.
The homecoming 2020 football game will be a little delayed this year for Tullahoma after it was initially scheduled to take place this coming Friday night against Spring Hill.
The second half spiraled out of control for Franklin County as the Rebels turned the ball over four times in the final two quarters and Tullahoma took advantage, going on to pick up the 41-7 road win on Friday.
After heading to McMinnville for a Tuesday tournament, the Tullahoma High School girls’ golf team left champions after taking first place in the Warren County Invitational.
Tullahoma ran just four offensive plays in the first quarter and yet scored four touchdowns to take a 26-0 lead, on its way to a 44-14 beatdown of Warren County Tuesday.
Following Friday’s 42-7 win at previously ranked No. 3 Marshall County, Tullahoma Head Coach John Olive delivered a short and concise message to his team – enjoy the victory, but don’t overlook anybody on the schedule.
Who will be named queen? That’s the usual question when it comes to the homecoming football game. This year though, Tullahoma’s biggest question marks heading into that contest are, who its opponent will be and if that Sept. 18 contest will even be taking place.
After an impressive 42-7 road win over Marshall County last Friday, Tullahoma found itself moving up in the Tennessee Football Prep Polls and now is No. 3 in the Class 4A rankings.
With a 14-0 lead built at halftime, Tullahoma didn’t let up. Instead, the Wildcats kept pounding the ball away and dominated the final two quarters in a 42-7 road trouncing of Marshall County in the first region contest of the year on Friday.
Tullahoma was on cloud nine after scoring wins in its first five matches of the season. However, the Lady Wildcats were a little more grounded this week after losing four-straight matchups to pull their record to 5-4 on the year.
Heading down to Shelbyville, the Tullahoma High School golf teams came away victorious, each squad defeating two other teams during the nine-hole tournament at River Bend Country Club on Wednesday.
Down 22-20 in the closing seconds of Tuesday’s ballgame, Tullahoma Middle School had the ball at the White County 4-yard line. However, the Wildcats couldn’t capitalize and fumbled the ball away, dropping the road contest to the Warriors to move their record to 1-2 on the season.
While the Coffee Pot stayed in Tullahoma this past Thursday, the Coffee Cup will be stored in Manchester for another year, as the Coffee County girls soccer team defeated the Lady Wildcats 4-2 at home on Tuesday.
After outscoring its opponents 80-26 in its first two games of the year, Tullahoma will have a difficult task this week, as it gets set to head to No. 3 ranked Marshall County this Friday.
With the match tied at one game apiece, Tullahoma couldn’t rally for another Monday win as they lost the final two sets, and fell in four games to White County at home.
As a team, the Lady Wildcats put up a 158 during the Sun Drop Classic Invitational, on their way to a second-place tournament during the Manchester tournament at WillowBrook Golf Course Wednesday.
It took a while for Tullahoma’s offense to get going in Thursday’s 42-13 win, but once it did, Coffee County had a hard time slowing things down, and the Wildcats went on to dominate the 95th Annual Coffee Pot Game.
Will Coffee County notch a win over Tullahoma for the first time since 2016 or will this year’s matchup see the Wildcats hold on to the coveted Coffee Pot for the fourth-straight season?
Ryan Scott made the most of his first varsity start, as the quarterback threw for three touchdowns, helping lead Tullahoma to a 38-13 season-opening win over Shelbyville at home Thursday night.
Football season is only a day away, but fans will need to get their tickets in advance before heading to Wilkins Stadium this Thursday for Tullahoma’s first game of the year against Shelbyville.
Taking part in an 18-hole matchup against two other teams at WillowBrook Golf Course in Manchester Monday, the Tullahoma High School boys and girls teams came away with victories.
The classifications for baseball, basketball and soccer will look a little different in 2021, as the TSSAA voted Monday to adopt a fourth class for those respective sports.
Defending their home course, the Tullahoma High School girls’ golf team picked up a win over Moore County in a nine-hole matchup at Lakewood Golf & Country Club Tuesday.
Before Mother Nature took over and cancelled the second half of play, the Tullahoma High School girls’ soccer team battled in a back-and-forth matchup during its annual Cardinal vs. White intrasquad game Thursday.
From a program-record pool of 605 school nominees, 161 college athletes have been named conference-level nominees for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.
Ahead of Tullahoma’s first game of the season against Shelbyville Thursday, the high school announced a schedule on how and when fans can claim their tickets as they will not be sold at the stadium on game days.