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After being tied at five at the end of the first quarter, the West boys’ basketball squad grabbed control in the second period, using that to notch a 33-24 win against North at Franklin County High School Monday.

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Once DeKalb County started scoring on Friday night, it couldn’t be stopped, as the Tigers scored on seven-straight possessions, using that to capture a 45-34 home win over Tullahoma on Friday.

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A 19-point first-quarter outburst led the East Middle School boys’ basketball team to a 45-36 win in its home opener against White County Monday night.

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Taking a narrow 8-5 advantage into the second period, the West girls’ basketball team started to open up its lead, taking a 20-12 lead into halftime, on its way to a 42-28 win at Tullahoma High School Thursday.

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The West boys’ basketball team took an 18-9 advantage into halftime and kept building on that lead, using that to notch a 39-24 victory over East at Tullahoma High School on Thursday.

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Both of the Tullahoma High School bowling teams suffered their first losses of the season after dropping a pair of home matches Tuesday to Lawrence County.

Tullahoma dominated in its regular season finale on Friday, picking up a 35-0 home win over Maplewood on senior night.

Three weeks until the regular season gets underway, the Tullahoma High School girls’ basketball team announced Wednesday that McKenna Buckner will be donning the Number 22 this coming year, in honor of former THS Head Boys Basketball Coach Jeff Taylor.

The Second Annual Eli Grow Legacy 8K Run, Walk and Ruck is scheduled to take place on Nov. 2 at Tullahoma High School, beginning at 10 a.m.

When wrestling season gets underway, there will be a new face on the sidelines for the Tullahoma Middle School wrestling team this year.

On the same night that his team guaranteed itself spot in this year’s playoffs, Tullahoma Head Coach John Olive reached a personal milestone of his own.

Two Robert E. Lee Elementary racers finished inside the Top 20 at the State Cross-Country Meet this past Saturday in Knoxville, also earning an invite into nationals.

After trailing 7-0 in the first quarter, Tullahoma responded with 30-straight points, on its way to guaranteeing itself a spot in the playoffs with a 30-7 home victory over Lawrence County Friday night.

While the middle school runners were trying to earn a spot into the state meet, so were several local younger runners, as Robert E. Lee and Farrar Elementary Schools brought athletes to the MSCCAA Championships at Brainerd High School on Saturday.

Seven Tullahoma Middle School runners earned their chance to compete at the state meet based on their performances on Saturday morning during the MSCCA Championship at Brainerd High School.

On Tuesday night, Tullahoma High School Coach Jenna Morris received an honor that she had no idea that she was even in the running for.

Tullahoma’s season ended at home on Thursday night, but even in defeat, the Lady Wildcats wouldn’t go down easy, trying to battle back, before ultimately losing 5-3 to Spring Hill.

Last Thursday, the Tullahoma High School girls’ golf team earned its second-straight berth into the state tournament, nabbing first place at the Region 4 Tournament.

At crucial moments on Friday night, penalties reared their head for Tullahoma, and really became the story for the Wildcats in a 13-7 road loss against Region 4-4A opponent Nolensville.

A trick play in the fourth quarter ultimately doomed Coffee County in the Central Tennessee Conference Championship Game, giving the Tullahoma Middle School football team a gift at home on Saturday.

Edging out Lawrence County by four strokes, the Tullahoma High School girls’ golf team earned its second-consecutive trip to the state tournament after capturing the Region 4 Championship on Thursday at the Bear Trace at Tims Ford Lake.

After not taking part in the first two races of the season, Robert E. Lee Elementary School in Tullahoma fielded teams who competed last week in the Coffee County Elementary Cross-Country League.

It wasn’t exactly where it wanted to finish, but the Tullahoma High School girls’ golf team extended its season, finishing as runner-up at the District 8 Tournament at The Bear Trace at Tims Ford on Monday.

After starting the season 1-2, Tullahoma has improved and is currently riding a three-game win streak.

Tullahoma scored on all four of its offensive possessions in the first half, using that to springboard its way to a 34-14 victory over Lincoln County on homecoming on Friday night.

After dominating in a pair of victories the last two weeks, Tullahoma will try sustain that momentum when it plays host to Lincoln County on homecoming this Friday.

After graduating early from Tennessee Tech, Tullahoma native Riley Darden was left with a choice whether or not he still wanted to continue his football career.

Tullahoma made sure that it would be hosting the Central Tennessee Conference (CTC) Title Game on Tuesday night, dominating in a 24-6 home win over North.

The Tullahoma High School girls team capped off the regular season with a win, taking first place in a nine-hole matchup over Shelbyville and Coffee County at Lakewood Golf & Country Club on Thursday.

Maryville College’s and Tullahoma native Shannon Reagan was named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week, as the senior forward recorded her second collegiate hat trick.

Heading into this season, Julia Duncan needed 22 goals in order to best a record set at 76 by Jessica Kyle in 2002 to become the Lady Wildcats’ all-time leading scorer for career goals.

Tullahoma netted its first score nearly the midpoint of the first half on Tuesday, and didn’t let up on its way to picking up a 6-0 home win over Lawrence County on senior night.

Following last week’s 47-14 home win over Franklin County, Tullahoma will travel to Spring Hill for a Region 4-4A matchup on Friday night.

On Saturday morning, both the Tullahoma High School and Middle School cross-country teams headed to Murfreesboro, competing in the Warrior Invitational at Riverdale High School.

For the second straight time, Lizzy Sharpton topped the elementary girls’ racers during the Coffee County Elementary Cross-Country Race League's last meet last Wednesday at the Manchester Soccer Complex.

Last week left a bad taste in Tullahoma’s mouth, and it will look to turn things around when it plays host to Franklin County on Friday night.

Through five games this season, the Motlow women’s soccer team has yet to concede a goal, including in a 2-0 victory over Southwest Community College in Tullahoma on Friday night.

Both Tullahoma High School teams continued their seasons on Thursday, traveling to Bell Buckle to take part in the Webb School Midweek.

It was a home opener to forget for Tullahoma on Thursday, as nothing in the first half – specifically the first quarter – seemed to go the Wildcats’ way.