The Tullahoma Lady Wildcat volleyball team took on new competition last Thursday at the Coffee County play day.
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The Tullahoma High School Quarterback Club will be holding its annual golf scramble on Saturday, Aug 7 at Lakewood Golf and Country Club. Registration will be at noon with a shotgun start scheduled for 1 p.m.
Tullahoma High School senior Logan Crouch has lifted his way into the record books, shattering the football program’s bench press record – a record that he hopes to break many times over before graduation.
After a year of cancellations, rescheduling, online ticket sales, and capacity limitations, high school sports are starting to get back to full schedules and full capacity.
Tullahoma High School Football played host to a Big Man Challenge and 7v7 matchup with Fayetteville City High School and Franklin County High School this past week.
The Lady Wildcats have their eyes on gaining “the hardware” back from Coffee County this season as they resumed preparation for the 2021 season following dead period this week.
Passing on the love of the game to a new generation of tennis players was one of the intentions of the Middle Tennessee Tennis Club’s youth camp recently held at Lakewood Golf and Country Club.
Local baseball prodigy, David Hess, is now a Miami Marlin, helping to defeat the defending World Champions in his first appearance to the mound in the 2021 season.
With training for the 2021 season underway the Tullahoma Lady Wildcats volleyball team is setting up a shot for the district under the leadership of new Head Coach Dan Lynch.
The Tullahoma Youth BASS Team finished the 2020-21 season recently with the acceptance of a donation of a 2012 Stratos fishing boat/trailer and fishing equipment from the late Mike Young and his wife Michele Young.
While many may think of tennis as a game that pits competitors one-on-one on the court, doubles tennis changes the game altogether, with successful teams employing strategy, teamwork, experience and even a little geometry to get ahead of the competition.
Kids can get their kicks this month as Tullahoma Wildcat Soccer will play host to their annual summer clinic, teaching campers skills of the game during the two-day event.
After breezing through the divisional championships at Winchester last week, the run for Tullahoma’s 12U Little League All-Star team came to an end at the hands of host Columbia as they were swept out of the regional series 9-2 and 11-8 despite outhitting their foes in their win-or-go-home s…
Spring Hill proved too big of a hill to climb for the 10U Tullahoma Little League All-Stars as they were swept out of the regional finals in Columbia in straight games, nipped 7-4 before being dispatched 17-2 in their second game.
The road to the 2021 gridiron season continued as the Tullahoma Wildcats traveled to Shelbyville for a seven-on-seven jamboree, their performance leaving their head coach calling for playmakers to step up if they want a repeat of their historic run last season.
Tullahoma erupted for 15 runs in the bottom of the third on their way to routing Winchester 22-3 in the finals of 10U Little League Tournament this past week, sending the squad on to the region finals in Columbia this weekend.
The road to the 2021 season began in earnest this past week as the Tullahoma Wildcats traveled to McMinnville for a seven-on-seven scrimmage with the Warren County Pioneers.
The Tullahoma 12U team steamrolled through the Winchester tournament this past weekend, dispatching their Franklin County rivals in short order to claim the eastern division and head to the region finals in Columbia this weekend.
After spending nearly a decade on the sidelines taking photographs, conducting interviews and writing stories about Tullahoma City Schools sports, Zach Birdsong is changing his jersey from The Tullahoma News Sports Editor to the Communications Specialist for Tullahoma City Schools.
The Tullahoma Coach Pitch All-Stars got the first half of its District 8 Tournament run off to a good start with a pair of victories over Estill Springs in completely different styles.
In a little different setting Saturday, Tullahoma wrestlers saw success occur on the football field when it saw four members take part in the Grapple on the Girdiron tournament at Independence High School.
Spring sports in 2020 were nothing short of a bust across the country thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year was a different story as athletes were able to step back on to the field and resume play and for many Tullahoma teams saw successes.
Twenty Tullahoma Middle School athletes were named state medalists this past Saturday in Clarksville as East and West Middle schools combined to bring home a total of 32 medals at the TMSAA State Championships.
When racers take part in the TSSAA State Championships this Thursday, Tullahoma will have one runner take part, which will be sophomore Lily Storey, who qualified based on her performance at sectionals.
While wrestling season may have officially concluded in February for high school students in Tennessee, Tullahoma junior Liv Hogan has been hard at work, putting in plenty of time on the mats during the offseason.
Graduation took place Friday night, and Tullahoma High School senior Divine Desilets recently announced what her next step will be, as she signed her letter of intent to continue wrestling for St. Andrew’s University in Laurinburg, North Carolina.
Eighteen individual Tullahoma track and field athletes will be competing this Saturday at the TMSAA State Track and Field Meet at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville.
On its home course, the Tullahoma Middle School golf teams was able to celebrate after they capped off an undefeated season Tuesday with the Central Tennessee Conference Title with a 10-2 win over Westwood Middle School.
After finishing as the second seed during the regular season, the Tullahoma High School boys tennis team advanced all the way to the district finals. However, the Wildcats were upended there, and fell at Lincoln County 4-2 Tuesday in the finals.
Lily Storey and Logan Crouch both locked their seats into the TSSAA State Championships based on their performances at sectionals this past Friday at Riverdale.
After plating 12 runs in Monday’s opener against Columbia, Tullahoma was held scoreless in game two and saw its season end in a 4-0 loss to Coffee County in Shelbyville during the District 8-AAA Tournament.
Trenton Sholey and Brody Melton combined to throw a one-hitter as Tullahoma shutout Shelbyville 6-0 at home Thursday in the first round of the District 8-AAA Tournament.
A shootout was needed on the soccer field Wednesday as this year’s battle for the Coffee Cup was scoreless at the end of regulation, as neither Tullahoma nor Coffee County could find the back of the net.
Tullahoma plated two runs in the top of the first inning during Wednesday’s district tournament play-in game, but it wasn’t enough as Franklin County notched a 7-2 home win to end the Lady Wildcats’ season.
Two Tullahoma basketball players recently signed their letters of intent to be hoopsters at the collegiate level, as Kailyn Farrell and McKenna Buckner will continue their careers at their respective schools.
When play concluded at the district individual tennis tournament, Tullahoma’s Petros Pisinos was left standing on the boys’ side as he was crowned this year’s singles boys champion.
Josh Frank achieved what every athlete is seeking in their respective sport, which is perfection, after he tossed his first-ever perfect game at the Tennessee USBC Youth State Tournament on April 25.
After trailing 1-0 at halftime, Tullahoma rallied with back-to-back scores over Harris Saturday in the final 10 minutes of play to escape with a 2-1 victory to secure the Central Tennessee Conference Tournament Title at Johnson Lane.
Ragan Tomlin got into trouble just once Monday after Grundy County plated a pair of runs in the top of the first inning. From there, it was almost all smooth sailing as Tomlin and Tullahoma scored 12 unanswered runs at home to run-rule Grundy County 12-2 in six innings during the regular sea…