The path to glory wasn’t going to be easy in the 2019 Tennessee Four-Ball Championship at Cherokee Country Club.
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Four Tullahoma High School wrestlers added to their list of accolades this past year by being named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) All-State Wrestling Team on Tuesday.
Just before fireworks were set to go off on July 4, incoming Tullahoma High School senior Hollis Fanning set the Twitter-verse ablaze, announcing his decision to verbally commit to play baseball at the University of Tennessee.
After a solid start to its state tournament run, the Tullahoma Little League 10U baseball team was no-hit and upended by Goodlettesville, losing 10-0 on Tuesday morning.
Competing at the national level, Tullahoma native Levi Dykes left Hagerstown, Maryland, with a pair of silver medals during the USA Cycling Amateur Road National Championship last month.
For the first time in their professional careers, Jordan and Justus Sheffield’s teams faced off against each other when the Arkansas Travelers hosted the Tulsa Drillers for a four-game series last weekend.
Several local archers have been putting their talents on display this past year, including at the state and national levels, as the Taylor’s Archery Team will get set to wrap up its year with a trip to nationals on July 11-13.
After Columbia cut its deficit down to 7-5 at the end of the fourth inning, the Tullahoma Little League 10-year-old All-Stars got the bats going again, plating nine runs in the final two innings, dominating in a 16-5 victory on Thursday.
The Tullahoma 12-year-old Little League All-Stars took their first step toward their ultimate goal of making it to Williamsport for the World Series, after capturing the District 8 Title at home on Monday night.
For one Sheffield brother, it has been a season to remember, as Jordan Sheffield has almost been unhittable this year. That performance led him to being called up to the Tulsa Drillers, the double-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
On Tuesday, the Tullahoma High School softball team learned that Jenna Jones was selected to take part in the Tennessee Softball Coaches Association All-Star Game this past Thursday.
West Middle School will welcome a new girls basketball coach to its sideline this coming season, as Christian Haile was hired as the new Lady Bobcats head coach on Tuesday.
Taking things to the mat, several local wrestlers, aging from high school to youth wrestlers, are aiming to increase their skills by taking part in a three-day camp at Old West Middle School in Tullahoma this week.
Though he had seen his team play in practices, Tullahoma Head Boys Coach Jason Welch finally got a few opportunities to see how his team fared against other teams.
During his time in Tullahoma, Harper Case was a dominant pitcher for the Wildcats, considered by many to be the ace of the rotation during the 2015 and 2016 seasons.
Overtime will look a little different when it comes to postseason play for soccer this year, as the TSSAA Board of Control voted on Wednesday to change the extra periods.
Summer workouts officially entered their second week on Monday for the Tullahoma High School football team. While the team activities are taking place, players will also be battling for a pair of highly-coveted jersey numbers, both of which remember the legacy of two dedicated former Wildcat…
One of the most well-rounded and intelligent players to come through the University of Tennessee football program in recent history will be in town soon, as Josh Dobbs will be speaking at Tullahoma High School on July 20.
The accolades keep coming for Ashley Gilliam. On Friday, she was selected as The Tennessean’s Girls Golfer of the Year during the newspaper’s annual sports awards banquet in Nashville.
Two former Tullahoma High School golfers got a unique opportunity on May 19, as Jacob Uehlein and Ashley Gilliam were selected to participate in the 27th Annual Vinny Pro-Celebrity-Junior Golf Invitational.
Katie Thomas thought it might be a jump going from high school basketball to college hoops. She wasn’t sure how well she would do in her first year at Motlow State.
Connor White and Kailyn Farrell both set personal records in their respective events, but came up just short of making it on to the podium at the TSSAA State Track and Field Championships at MTSU on Thursday.
Tullahoma had six athletes walk away from the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA) State Track and Field Championships as state medalists at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville on Saturday.
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.
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.