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Cleveland Indians Pick Justus Sheffield in Draft
June 6 It has been a week to end all weeks for recent Tullahoma High School graduate Justus Sheffield. Just one day after being named Tennessee's first-ever "Gatorade National Player of the Yea,r, Sheffield became the 31st player picked in the Major League Baseball draft Thursday night. The Cleveland Indians chose Sheffield, and according to Major League Baseball sources, a $1.6-million contract has been agreed upon. The Indians will also reportedly pay tuition for eight semesters at Vanderbilt University. Sheffield's older brother, Jordan, is currently a member of the Vanderbilt baseball squad, and Justus had signed to play there also before being drafted and apparently agreeing to a contract with the Indians.


Riverdale Denies Wildcats Region 4-AAA Crown (5-16)

Riverdale 9
Tullahoma 2

Soddy Daisy 4
Cookeville 8

Riverdale, a team that hasn't lost in more than a month, never gave the Wildcats a ray of hope in Thursday night's Region 4-AAA finals at Grider Stadium. The Warriors scored three runs before making an out in the first inning and wound up scoring five before the Wildcats got a chance at the plate. The good news is that both teams move on to today's state sectional round for a berth in next week's state tournament. Tullahoma travels to Cookeville for a 6 p.m. contest, and Soddy Daisy travels to Riverdale. This is the third straight year Riverdale defeated Tullahoma in the region finals.



Cats Advance to Region Finals With Win Over Siegel (5-13)
Siegel 1
Tullahoma 3

Justus Sheffield threw a three hitter and struck out 12 to lead the Wildcats to the victory in the opening round of the Region 4 tournament at Grider Stadium. The Cats scored two runs in the fifth inning on back-to-back squeeze bunts by Scott Jones and Tanner Hill with Brandon Johnson and Casson Buckner scoring the runs. Sheffield also drove in a run with a single in the sixth. It was the fourth time in five years that Tullahoma eliminated Siegel in the first round of the region playoffs. Riverdale will visit Tullahoma Wednesday at 6 p.m. for a regional final game. Both teams have already qualified for Friday's state sectionals.

Columbia 4
Riverdale 14


Wildcats Win District Baseball Championship (5-8)

First Game
Columbia 13
Tullahoma 8

Championship Game
Columbia 1
Tullahoma 3

The Tullahoma Wildcats won the District 8-AAA tournament for the third straight year with a 3-1 victory over Columbia Wednesday at Grider Stadium. Columbia won the first championship game 13-8 but needed to beat the Wildcats two in a row to capture the championship. It was the fifth straight year the two teams played for the tournament championship. Justus Sheffield pitched four hitless innings for the Wildcats, Chase Dixon relieved for two innings, then Tyler Burns closed it out with a perfect seventh. The Wildcats will play host to Siegel Monday at 6 p.m. in a regional tournament elimination game while Columbia will travel to Riverdale, a 4-3 winner of Siegel Wednesday in the 7-AAA championship game.

Softball
Lincoln County 17
Tullahoma 6

The Tullahoma Lady Wildcats saw their season come to an end with a 17-6 loss to Lincoln County in the loser's bracket finals of the District 8-AAA softball tournament in Shelbyville Wednesday. Coffee County beat Lincoln County 11-1 Wednesday night to claim the district championship.


Wildcats Earn Trip to District Soccer Championship Game
May 7 Brandon Tucker and Joey Ortiz scored goals to lead the Tullahoma Wildcat soccer squad to a 2-0 win over Lincoln County to earn a berth in the district championship game Thursday against the Columbia Lions at Columbia.

Lady Wildcats Stay Alive in Softball Tournament
May 7 Joanna Lyle drove in three runs and Megan Grenier bashed a two-run homer to spark the Lady Wildcats to a 5-3 win over Shelbyville in an elimination game of the District 8-AAA softball tournament Tuesday at Shelbyville. Freshman Mo Edde gave up three runs in the first inning then shut the Golden Eagles out the rest of the way, managing to escape several jams enroute to the win. Coffee County beat Lincoln County 5-0 to earn a spot in today's 7 p.m. championship game. Tullahoma and Lincoln County face off at 5 p.m. today for the right to face Coffee County and earn a trip to the region tournament.

District 8-AAA Baseball-Softball Tourney Results (5-5)

Monday Baseball at Tullahoma
Columbia 7
Tullahoma 8

Wildcats trailed 7-6 going to bottom of seventh. Justus Sheffield drove in the winning run with two outs. Tullahoma faces Columbia Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Tullahoma for the district championship.

Lincoln County 6
Coffee County 5

Monday Softball at Shelbyville
Tullahoma 11
Columbia 1

Lawrence County 7
Shelbyville 9

Tullahoma and Shelbyville play at 5 p.m. today at Shelbyville.



District 8-AAA Baseball-Softball Tourney Results (5-4)

Baseball
Coffee County 6
Lawrence County 1

Lincoln County 11
Franklin County 7

(Lawrence County, Franklin County eliminated from tourney)

Tullahoma-Columbia play in winner's bracket final Monday at 4 p.m. at Tullahoma. Coffee County-Lincoln County play elimination game at 6:30.

Softball at Shelbyville
Tullahoma 2
Coffee County 9

Shelbyville 3
Lincoln County 6

Tullahoma-Columbia play in elimination game Monday at 5 p.m. at Shelbyville.

District 8-AAA Baseball-Softball Tourney Results (5-3)
Baseball
Lincoln County 0
Tullahoma 6

Justus Sheffield threw six innings and allowed no hits for Tullahoma.

Coffee County 4
Columbia 9

Tullahoma and Columbia play at 4 p.m. Monday in the winner's bracket finals at Tullahoma.
Softball at Shelbyville
Tullahoma 8
Lawrence County 2

Columbia 1
Shelbyville 10

Tullahoma and Coffee County play at noon Saturday in Shelbyville. Coffee County won the two regular-season matchups by 1-0 scores.

Wildcats, Lady Cats Open District Tournament Play
May 2 The Tullahoma Wildcats will open District 8-AAA play today at 6 p.m. at Grider Stadium against the Lincoln County Falcons, a 2-1 winner in nine innings over Lawrence County Thursday night. Coffee County, a 2-0 winner over Franklin County in the opening round, will face Columbia tonight. In softball, the Tullahoma Lady Wildcats open district play with a 5 p.m. contest against Lawrence County. The game will be played in Shelbyville.

District 8-AAA Baseball-Softball Results (4-23)

Baseball
Tuesday, April 22

Franklin County 2
Coffee County 3

Columbia 8
Lincoln County 9

Lawrence County 8
Shelbyville 3

Non-district
McCallie 6
Tullahoma 0

With Columbia's loss, Tullahoma captures the regular-season championship and the top seed in the upcoming district tournament.

Softball
Monday, April 21

Coffee County 1
Tullahoma 0

Lawrence County 2
Shelbyville 5

Tuesday, April 22
Tullahoma 0
Lincoln County 5

Columbia 1
Coffee County 6

Shelbyville ??
Lawrence County ??




District 8-AAA Baseball-Softball Standings (4-23)
Final Baseball Standings
Tullahoma 10-2
Columbia 9-3
Coffee County 7-5
Lawrence County 7-5
Lincoln County 6-6
Franklin County 2-10
Shelbyville 1-11

Final Softball Standings
Coffee County 10-2
Lincoln County 9-3
Shelbyville 9-3
Tullahoma 7-5
Lawrence County 5-7
Franklin County 2-10
Columbia 0-12


District 8-AAA Baseball-Softball Standings (4-21)

Baseball Standings
Tullahoma 10-2
Columbia 8-2
Coffee County 5-5
Lawrence County 5-5
Lincoln County 5-5
Franklin County 2-8
Shelbyville 1-9

Tuesday, April 21 Schedule
Franklin County at Coffee County
Columbia at Lincoln County
Lawrence County at Shelbyville

 

Softball Standings
Lincoln County 6-1
Coffee County 6-2
Shelbyville 5-2
Tullahoma 6-3
Lawrence County 3-3
Franklin County 2-9
Columbia 0-8

Monday, April 21 Schedule
Lawrence County at Shelbyville
Coffee County at Tullahoma

Tuesday, April 22 Schedule
Columbia at Coffee County
Shelbyville at Lawrence County
Tullahoma at Lincoln County


District 8-AAA Baseball-Softball Results & Standings (4-10)
Wednesday, April 9
Tullahoma 8
Shelbyville 4

Coffee County 1
Columbia 8

Franklin County 1
Lawrence County 9

Tuesday, April 8
Columbia 6
Coffee County 2

Lawrence County 7
Franklin County 1

Monday's Tullahoma home game played at Vanderbilt University


Shelbyville 0
Tullahoma 5

(Wildcat Justus Sheffield, set to join his brother Jordan at Vanderbilt next season, threw a no hitter in his future home ball park and struck out 17 batters.)

Baseball Standings
Columbia 7-1
Tullahoma 8-2
Coffee County 4-3
Lincoln County 4-3
Lawrence County 4-4
Franklin County 2-8
Shelbyville 0-8


Softball, Wednesday, April 9
Shelbyville 8
Tullahoma 10 (8 innings)

The Lady Wildcats looked to be down and out three separate times but managed to rally for the win. After falling behind 5-0 in the first inning, Tullahoma scored three in the bottom of the inning. It stayed that way until the bottom of the seventh when the Lady Cats scored twice to tie it 5-5. After Shelbyville scored three in the eighth on a three-run homer, the Lady Cats tied it on a Joanna Lyle hit, then Megan Grenier bashed a walk-off homer to win it 10-8. Grenier also homered in the first inning.

Softball Standings
Lincoln County 5-1
Tullahoma 5-2
Coffee County 4-2
Shslbyville 3-2
Lawrence County 2-2
Franklin County 2-6
Columbia 0-6




District 8-AAA Baseball Results & Standings (4-3)

Wednesday 4-2
Tullahoma 1
Coffee County 4

Columbia 11
Franklin County 0

Lincoln County 10
Shelbyville 9

Tuesday 4-1
Coffee County 1
Tullahoma 2

Franklin County 0
Columbia 7

Shelbyville 0
Lincoln County 4

Standings
Columbia 5-1
Coffee County 4-1
Tullahoma 6-2
Lincoln County 4-3
Lawrence County 2-4
Franklin County 2-6
Shelbyville 0-6

District 8-AAA Softball Results & Standings (4-3)
Wednesday, April 2
Coffee County 3
Lincoln County 7

Columbia 4
Franklin County 14

Tuesday, April 1
Coffee County 15
Columbia 2

Lawrence County 11
Franklin County 1

Monday, March 31
Columbia 3
Tullahoma 5

Standings
Lincoln County 5-1
Tullahoma 4-1
Shelbyville 3-1
Coffee County 3-2
Lawrence County 2-2
Franklin County 1-6
Columbia 0-5

District 8-AAA Baseball-Softball Results & Standings (3-31)
Baseball
Coffee County 3-0
Tullahoma 5-1
Columbia 3-1
Lincoln County 2-3
Franklin County 2-4
Lawrence County 2-4
Shelbyville 0-4

April 1
Coffee County at Tullahoma
Shelbyville at Lincoln County
Columbia at Franklin County

Softball
Tullahoma 3-1
Lincoln County 3-1
Shelbyville 3-1
Coffee County 2-1
Lawrence County 1-2
Columbia 0-2
Franklin County 0-4

March 31
Columbia at Tullahoma
Lincoln County at Franklin County

District 8-AAA Baseball Results and Standings (3-25)
Tullahoma 13
Franklin County 2

(Justus Sheffield threw five perfect innings for the Wildcats and struck out 12 of the 15 batters he faced)

Columbia 10
Lawrence County 5

Monday
Coffee County 3
Lincoln County 1
Note: Tuesday's Tullahoma-Frankln County softball game was postponed until 7 p.m. tonight.

Weekend Baseball and Softball Results (3-24)

Softball (MTSCA Tourney at Columbia)
Hendersonville 4
Tulahoma 0

Summertown 1
Tullahoma 0

Clarksville 10
Tullahoma 8

Baseball
Siegel 11
Tullahoma 4

Tuesday's Schedule
Baseball
Tullahoma at Franklin County 6 p.m.

Softball
Franklin County at Tullahoma 7 p.m.


District 8-AAA Baseball Results and Standings (3-20)

District 8 Results (March 18)
Lawrence County 3
Tullahoma 4

Coffee County 1
Shelbyville 0

Franklin County 1
Lincoln County 5

March 19
Tullahoma 3
Lawrence County 1

Shelbyville 0
Coffee County 6

Lincoln County 7
Franklin County 5

Standings
Coffee County 2-0
Tullahoma 3-1
Franklin County 2-2
Lawrence County 2-2
Lincoln County 2-2
Columbia 1-1
Shelbyville 0-4

District 8-AAA Softball Results and Standings (3-20)
District 8 Results (March 18)
Franklin County 0
Coffee County 10

March 19
Tullahoma 0
Shelbyville 10 (5 innings)
Standings
Shelbyville 2-0
Tullahoma 2-1
Coffee County 2-1
Lincoln County 1-1
Lawrence County 1-2
Columbia 0-1
Franklin County 0-2

Wildcats, Lady Cats Remain on Winning Track
March 17 The Tullahoma Wildcats (4-3) won their final three games of the Grand Slam Challenge in Rutherford County. After topping Volunteer 6-0 Friday, the Cats swept Blackman (2 to 1) and Clarksville Northwest (8 to 2) Saturday. The Wildcats now get set for a big district showdown against Lawrence County. They play Tuesday at Grider Stadium then travel to Lawrenceburg Wednesday for the second half of the district doubleheader. The Tullahoma Lady Wildcat softball squad stayed unbeaten on the season (3-0) with a 14-4 win over Warren County. The Lady Cats also are getting set for a big district matchup. After traveling to Grundy County for non-district action Tuesday, Tullahoma goes to Shebyville Wednesday for a rematch of the two district tournament finalists from a year ago. The Eaglettes have already posted the most impressive win in district play this season, a 5-0 victory over Coffee County in Manchester.

Wildcats Drop Two Games in Rutherford County
March 14 The Tullahoma Wildcats (1-3) dropped a pair of games in the Rutherford County Challenge Thursday. Stewarts Creek topped the Wildcats 6-5 then Lavergne came away with a 3-2 victory. Tullahoma is set to face Volunteer today at 4:30 p.m. at Smyrna. They play two games at Blackman tomorrow with an 11 a.m. game against Northwest and a 1:30 p.m. contest against Blackman.

District 8-AAA Baseball Results and Standings (3-14)

District 8 Results (March 12)
Shelbyville 1
Franklin County 4

Lawrence County 11
Lincoln County 4

Non-district
Lebanon 3
Coffee County 4

District 8 Standings
Franklin County 2-0
Lawrence County 2-0
Tullahoma 1-1
Columbia 1-1
Lincoln County 0-2
Shelbyville 0-2
Coffee County 0-0

Taylor Honea Grand Slam Lifts Lady Cats to District Win
March 12 Junior Taylor Honea blasted a grand-slam homer in the bottom of the sixth inning to lift the Tullahoma Lady Wildcats to a 5-3 district win over visiting Lincoln County Tuesday night. It was the second straight district win for the Lady Cats to open the season and the second complete-game win for freshman pitcher Madalyn "Mojo" Edde. Tullahoma now steps outside the district for a Thursday game at Warren County followed by a Saturday contest at Grundy County.

Columbia Captures Extra-inning Win Over Wildcats
March 12 For the second straight night the Tullahoma Wildcats and Columbia Lions found themselves involved in a good, old-fashioned pitchers' duel, but this time it was the Lions who found a way to break through. After the Cats came out on top 3-2 Monday night at Columbia, the two teams battled to a 0-0 tie through seven innings Tuesday night at Grider Stadium with Scott Jones dominating on the mound for Tullahoma while Jonathan Davis did the honors for Columbia. Finally, with two outs and the bases loaded in the eighth, the Lions scored on a slow infield roller, and Davis made it stand up in the bottom of the eighth. Jones went 7.1 innings for the Cats, allowing only four hits and three walks to go along with five strikeouts. Tyler Burns got the final two outs and was on the mound when the hard-luck, slow roller scored the only run. Tullahoma plays in the Grand Slam Challenge in Rutherford County Thursday through Saturday.


District 8 Results
Columbia 1
Tullahoma 0 (8 innings)

Lincoln County 4
Lawrence County 10

Franklin County 9
Shelbyville 8

Warren County 2
Coffee County 12 (non-district)


Tullahoma Tennis Teams Start Season With Wins
March 12 The Tullahoma High School tennis teams got the season off to a good start with wins over Coffee County Monday in Manchester. The girls took a 6-1 victory while the boys came away with a 5-2 win. Tullahoma is set to welcome Franklin County today at 4 p.m.

Lady Wildcats Hold Off Columbia for 3-2 District Win
March 11 The Tullahoma Lady Wildcats opened the District 8-AAA softball season with a 3-2 win at Columbia Monday night. The game marked the high school debut of freshman pitcher Madalyn "Mojo" Edde, who struck out 11 and allowed only two hits for the Lady Cats. Tullahoma, which had only three hits in the contest, did all its offensive damage in the third inning when Joanna Liles delivered a two-run single, and Taylor Honea drove Liles home with a grounder. Columbia scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the inning. Edde had to overcome some adversity in the bottom of the seventh when Columbia had a one-out double, but she struck out the final two batters to preserve the win. The Lady Cats continue district play today with a 7 p.m. contest against Lincoln County at the East Middle School field. (Coffee County beat Lawrence County 7-0 in the only other district action Monday night).

Wildcats Top Columbia 3-2 in Baseball Season Opener
March 10 The Tullahoma Wildcats got the baseball season off to a rousing start Monday afternoon with a 3-2 win at Columbia. The Wildcats rode a 15-strikeout, 3-hit performance from ace pitcher Justus Sheffield. After loading the bases in the first inning against Columbia's Carter Bair, the Wildcats got a 2-run single from Tyler Burns to jump to an early lead, then added the winning run in the fifth inning when Tanner Hill doubled and wound up scoring on an interference call. Sheffield allowed no earned runs and walked one in a seven-inning outing. The two teams play again Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Tullahoma's Grider Stadium.

Tuesday's District Games
Columbia at Tullahoma
Lincoln County at Lawrence County
Franklin County at Shelbyville

Wildcats, Lady Wildcats Open Season With District Tilts
March 10 The Tullahoma Wildcat baseball squad and the Lady Wildcat softball team both open the season today with trips to Columbia to dive straight into District 8-AAA action. The Cats, coming off a state tournament appearance last year, have a lot of rebuilding to do as do the Lions. Coaches expect a wide-open race for district supremacy this year. The very young Lady Cats improved by leaps and bounds last season under first-year head coach Gary Barfield. After finishing below .500 in the regular season, they made it all the way to the district tournament finals before finishing second. They lost to eventual state champion Smyrna in the region tournament. Both games will be broadcast on 105.1 FM, AM 740 and on LightTube channel 11.

District 8-AAA Basketball Standings (2-7-14)

Girls Standings
Columbia 10-1
Shelbyville 7-4
Lawrence County 7-5
Tullahoma 6-5
Lincoln County 5-6
Franklin County 2-8
Coffee County 1-9

Boys Standings

Columbia 10-1
Franklin County 8-2
Lawrence County 8-4
Shelbyville 7-4
Coffee County 3-7
Lincoln County 2-9
Tullahoma 0-11
Friday Feb. 7 Schedule
Coffee County at Tullahoma
Franklin County at Columbia
Shelbyville at Lincoln County

Monday Feb. 10 Schedule
Franklin County at Coffee County

District 8-AAA Basketball Results & Standings (1-25-14)
Girls
Jan. 24 Games

Columbia 53
Tullahoma 39

Lincoln County Lost
Coffee County Won

Shelbyville 47
Lawrence County 32

Girls Standings
Columbia 7-1
Tullahoma 6-3
Shelbyville 5-4
Lawrence County 5-4
Franklin County 2-5
Lincoln County 3-5
Coffee County 1-7

Boys
Jan. 24 Games

Columbia 68
Tullahoma 41

Lincoln County Lost
Coffee County Won

Shelbyville 64
Lawrence County 41


Boys Standings
Columbia 8-0
Franklin County 5-2
Lawrence County 6-3
Shelbyville 6-3
Coffee County 3-5
Lincoln County 1-7
Tullahoma 0-9


Middle School Basketball Standings (1-25-14)
Girls Standings
Harris 12-2
North 10-4
South 9-5
White County 8-5
Coffee County 6-7
West 6-8
Warren County 4-10
East 0-14
Boys Standings
West 12-2
Harris 11-3
Warren County 8-6
South 7-7
North 7-7
East 5-9
Coffee County 3-10
White County 2-11
NOTE: These standings are final with the exception of White County and Coffee County. They play makeup gamse today.

District 8-AAA Basketball Results & Standings (1-21-14)
Girls
Jan. 17 Games

Franklin County 50
Tullahoma 62

Shelbyville 47
Columbia 67

Coffee County 40
Lawrence County 41

Jan. 18 Game
Lawrence County 45
Tullahoma 57


Jan. 20 Game
Shelbyville 58
Coffee County 33


Girls Standings
Columbia 5-1
Tullahoma 5-2
Shelbyville 4-3
Lawrence County 4-3
Franklin County 2-3
Lincoln County 2-3
Coffee County 0-7
Boys
Jan. 17 Games

Franklin County 55
Tullahoma 25

Shelbyville 35
Columbia 40

Coffee County 43
Lawrence County 59

Jan. 18 Game
Lawrence County 71
Tullahoma 39


Jan. 20 Game
Shelbyville 70
Coffee County 53


Boys Standings
Columbia 6-0
Franklin County 4-1
Lawrence County 5-2
Shelbyville 4-3
Coffee County 2-5
Lincoln County 1-4
Tullahoma 0-7

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (1-17-14)
Thursday, Jan. 16 Results
Girls
West Lost
Coffee County Won

Harris Won
Warren County Lost

North 38
White County 43


Girls Standings
Harris 11-2
North 9-3
South 7-5
White County 7-5
Coffee County 6-6
West 6-7
Warren County 4-9
East 0-13


Thursday, Jan. 16 Results
Boys
West 40
Coffee County 26

Harris Lost
Warren County Won

North 24
White County
22

Boys Standings
West 11-2
Harris 10-3
Warren County 8-5
South 7-5
East 5-8
North 5-7
Coffee County 3-9
White County 1-11

District 8-AAA Basketball Results & Standings (1-15-14)
Girls
Jan. 14 Games

Tullahoma 65
Coffee County 49

Lincoln County 41
Shelbyville 39


Girls Standings
Columbia 4-1
Tullahoma 3-2
Shelbyville 3-2
Lawrence County 3-2
Franklin County 2-2
Lincoln County 2-3
Coffee County 0-5
Boys
Jan. 14 Games

Tullahoma 39
Coffee County 75

Lincoln County 31
Shelbyville 44


Boys Standings
Columbia 5-0
Franklin County 3-1
Lawrence County 3-2
Shelbyville 3-2
Coffee County 2-3
Lincoln County 1-4
Tullahoma 0-5

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (1-14-14)
Monday, Jan. 13 Results
Girls
Harris 55
West 19

East Lost
North Won

Warren County Won
Coffee County Lost

South 33
White County 30


Friday, Jan. 10 Results
Harris 60
East 1


Girls Standings
Harris 10-2
North 9-2
South 7-5
White County 6-5
West 6-6
Coffee County 5-6
Warren County 4-8
East 0-13


Monday, Jan. 13 Results
Boys
Harris 44
West 49 (OT)

East 38
North 33

Warren County Won
Coffee County Lost

South 32
White County 34


Friday, Jan. 10 Results
Harris 37
East 28


Boys Standings
Harris 10-2
West 10-2
South 7-5
Warren County 7-5
East 5-8
North 4-7
Coffee County 3-8
White County 1-10

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (1-10-14)

Thursday, Jan. 9 Results
Girls
South Won
East Lost

Warren County 22
West 37

White County 40
Harris 47

Thursday, Jan. 2 Restults

East Lost
Coffee County Won

Girls Standings
North 8-2
Harris 8-2
White County 6-4
West 6-5
South 6-5
Coffee County 5-5
Warren County 3-8
East 0-11

Thursday, Jan. 9 Results
Boys
South Won
East Lost

Warren County 30
West 34

White County 25
Harris 35

Thursday, Jan. 2 Results
East Won
Coffee County Lost

Boys Standings
Harris 9-1
West 9-2
South 7-4
Warren County 6-5
North 4-6
East 4-7
Coffee County 3-7
White County 0-10

District 8-AAA Basketball Results & Standings (1-11-14)
Jan. 10 Games
Girls
Coffee County 41
Columbia 74

Lawrence County 49
Lincoln County 44

Franklin County 37
Shelbyville 52

Jan. 11 Games (Non-District)
Tullahoma 63
Moore County 41

Jan. 9 Games

Tullahoma 62
Columbia 87


Girls Standings
Columbia 4-1
Shelbyville 3-1
Lawrence County 3-2
Franklin County 2-2
Tullahoma 2-2
Lincoln County 1-3
Coffee County 0-4


Jan. 10 Games
Boys
Coffee County 61
Columbia 66

Lawrence County 62
Lincoln County 52

Franklin County 48
Shelbyville 57

Jan. 11 Games (Non-District)
Tullahoma 51
Moore County 64

Jan. 9 Games

Tullahoma 19
Columbia 54


Boys Standings
Columbia 5-0
Franklin County 3-1
Lawrence County 3-2
Coffee County 1-3
Shelbyville 2-2
Lincoln County 1-3
Tullahoma 0-4
Friday, Jan. 10 Schedule
Coffee County at Columbia
Lawrence County at Lincoln County
Franklin County at Shelbyville

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (12-20-13)
Thursday, Dec. 19 Results
West 42
White County 46

Girls

North 36
Harris 55

Coffee County Won
Warren County Lost

Girls Standings
North 8-2
Harris 7-2
White County 6-3
West 5-5
South 5-5
Coffee County 4-5
Warren County 3-7
East 0-9
Thursday, Dec. 19 Results
West 34
White County 19

Boys

North 29
Harris 34

Coffee County Lost
Warren County Won



Boys Standings
Harris 8-1
West 8-2
South 6-4
Warren County 6-4
North 4-6
Coffee County 3-6
East 3-6
White County 0-9

District 8-AAA Basketball Results & Standings (12-17-13)
Girls
Tullahoma 47
Lincoln County 46

Coffee County 34
Franklin County 68

Columbia 80
Lawrence County 73

Girls Standings
Tullahoma 2-1
Shelbyville 2-1
Columbia 2-1
Franklin County 2-1
Lawrence County 2-2
Lincoln County 1-2
Coffee County 0-3
Boys
Tullahoma 46
Lincoln County 53

Coffee County 39
Franklin County 49

Columbia Won
Lawrence County Lost


Boys Standings
Columbia 3-0
Franklin County 3-0
Lawrence County 2-2
Coffee County 1-2
Shelbyville 1-2
Lincoln County 1-2
Tullahoma 0-3

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (12-13-13)
Girls
West Won
East Lost

North Lost
Coffee County Won (OT)

Harris 59
South 39

Warren County 19
White County 31


Girls Standings
North 8-1
Harris 6-2
White County 5-3
West 5-4
South 5-5
Coffee County 3-5
Warren County 3-6
East 0-9
Boys
West Won
East Lost (OT)

North 36
Coffee County 23

Harris 49
South 34

Warren County Won
White County Lost


Boys Standings
Harris 7-1
West 7-2
South 6-4
Warren County 5-4
North 4-5
Coffee County 3-5
East 3-6
White County 0-8

District 8-AAA Basketball Results & Standings (12-11-13)
Girls
Coffee County 37
Lincoln County 54

Lawrence County 65
Shelbyville 59

Girls Standings
Lawrence County 2-1
Shelbyville 2-1
Tullahoma 1-1
Columbia 1-1
Franklin County 1-1
Lincoln County 1-1
Coffee County 0-2


Boys
Coffee County 50
Lincoln County 38

Lawrence County 54
Shelbyville 47


Boys Standings
Columbia 2-0
Franklin County 2-0
Lawrence County 2-1
Coffee County 1-1
Shelbyville 1-2
Lincoln County 0-2
Tullahoma 0-2



Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (12-11-13)
Girls
White County Lost
South Won


Girls Standings
North 8-0
Harris 5-2
South 5-4
White County 4-3
West 4-4
Warren County 3-5
Coffee County 2-5
East 0-8


Boys
White County Lost
South Won


Boys Standings
Harris 6-1
West 6-2
South 6-3
Warren County 4-4
Coffee County 3-4
North 3-5
East 3-5
White County 0-7

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (12-10-13)
Girls
West Lost
North Won

East Lost
Warren County Won

Coffee County Lost
South Won

Girls Standings
North 8-0
Harris 5-2
White County 4-2
West 4-4
South 4-4
Warren County 3-5
Coffee County 2-5
East 0-8
Boys
West 29
North 27

East Lost
Warren County Won

Coffee County Lost
South Won

Boys Standings
Harris 6-1
West 6-2
South 5-3
Warren County 4-4
Coffee County 3-4
North 3-5
East 3-5
White County 0-6

District 8-AAA Basketball Results & Standings (12-10-13)
Friday
Girls

Tullahoma 36
Shelbyville 42

Franklin County 50
Lawrence County 49

Monday
Lincoln County 45
Columbia 53


Girls Standings
Shelbyville 2-0
Tullahoma 1-1
Lawrence County 1-1
Columbia 1-1
Franklin County 1-1
Coffee County 0-1
Lincoln County 0-1


Friday
Boys

Tullahoma 32
Shelbyvlile 62

Franklin County 53
Lawrence County 52

Monday
Lincoln County 40
Columbia 65



Boys Standings
Columbia 2-0
Franklin County 2-0
Lawrence County 1-1
Shelbyville 1-1
Lincoln County 0-1
Coffee County 0-1
Tullahoma 0-2

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (12-6-13)
Girls
South 45
West 46 (OT)

Harris Won
Coffee County Lost

Girls Standings
North 7-0
Harris 5-2
White County 4-2
West 4-3
South 3-4
Coffee County 2-4
Warren County 2-5
East 0-7
Boys
South Won
West Lost

Harris Won
Coffee County Lost

Boys Standings
Harris 6-1
West 5-2
South 4-3
Coffee County 3-3
North 3-4
Warren County 3-4
East 3-4
White County 0-6
NOTE TO COACHES: Please check the record for your teams and notify me if there are any mistakes. Keep in mind these standings are for conference games only. The White County girls' record has been incorrect in previous reports but has now been corrected, which also changed the records for two other teams. Let me know if there are any mistakes and I'll be happy to correct them.

District 8-AAA Basketball Results & Standings (12-4-13)
Girls
Tullahoma 48
Franklin County 44

Lawrence County 81
Coffee County 38

Columbia 44
Shelbyville 53

Girls Standings
Tullahoma 1-0
Lawrence County 1-0
Shelbyville 1-0
Coffee County 0-1
Columbia 0-1
Franklin County 0-1
Lincoln County 0-0
Boys
Tullahoma 27
Franklin County 45

Lawrence County 63
Coffee County 62

Columbia 63
Shelbyville 58

Boys Standings
Columbia 1-0
Franklin County 1-0
Lawrence County 1-0
Tullahoma 0-1
Coffee County 0-1
Shelbyville 0-1
Lincoln County 0-0

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (12-3-13)
Girls
West 43
Harris 65

White County Won
East Lost

Warren County Lost
North Won

Girls Standings
North 7-0
Harris 5-1
West 3-3
South 3-3
Warren County 3-4
Coffee County 2-3
White County 2-4
East 0-7
Boys
West 34
Harris 38

White County Lost
East Won

Warren County Won
North Lost

Boys Standings
West 5-1
Harris 5-1
Coffee County 3-2
South 3-3
North 3-4
Warren County 3-4
East 3-4
White County 0-6

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (11-22-13)
Girls
Coffee County Lost
West Won (2 OT)

East Lost
South Won

Warren County 23
Harris 31

White County Lost
North Won

Girls Standings
North 6-0
Harris 4-1
West 3-2
Warren County 3-3
South 3-3
Coffee County 2-3
White County 1-4
East 0-6

Boys
Coffee County 17
West 31

East Won
South Lost

Warren County 34
Harris 43

White County Lost
North Won

Boys Standings
West 5-0
Harris 4-1
Coffee County 3-2
South 3-3
North 3-3
Warren County 2-4
East 2-4
White County 0-5

District 8-AAA Basketball Results (11-22-13)
Girls
Tullahoma 34
Siegel 33

Lady Wildcats--McDonald, 12; Layne, 8; Davis, 5; Lett, 5; Alexander, 4.

Coffee County 42
Cannon County 76
Boys
Tullahoma 22
Siegel 73

Wildcats-- Harris, 7; Braston, 4; Taylor, 4; Williams, 3; Smith, 2; Crabtree, 1; Farmer, 1.

Coffee County 41
Cannon County 61

Moore County 44
Lincoln County 59

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (11-19-13)
Girls
East Lost
North Won

White County 42
Harris 43

South 25
Warren County 34
Boys
East Lost
North Won

White County 20
Harris 48

South 37
Warren County 47
Girls Standings
North 5-0
Harris 3-1
Warren County 3-2
Coffee County 2-2
West 2-2
South 2-3
White County 1-3
East 0-5
Boys Standings
West 4-0
Coffee County 3-1
Harris 3-1
South 3-2
North 2-3
Warren County 2-3
East 1-4
White County 0-4

District 8-AAA Basketball Results (11-20-13)
Girls
Tullahoma 48
Smyrna 80

Coffee County 55
Grundy County 58

Columbia 67
Marshall County 40

Warren County 45
Franklin County 50

Lebanon 44
Shelbyville 49
Boys
Tullahoma 24
Smyrna 83

Coffee County 74
Grundy County 36

Columbia 66
Marshall County 53

Warren County 54
Franklin County 56

Lebanon 57
Shelbyville 51

Middle School Basketball Results & Standings (11-15-13)
Girls
West 41
Warren County 34

Harris Won
East Lost

White County Lost
Coffee County Won

South 19
North 22
Boys
West 40
Warren County 37 (OT)

Harris Won
East Lost

White County 28
Coffee County 31

South Won
North Lost (OT)
Girls Standings
North 4-0
Harris 2-1
Coffee County 2-2
South 2-2
Warren County 2-2
West 2-2
White County 1-2
East 0-4
Boys Standings
West 4-0
Coffee County 3-1
South 3-1
Harris 2-1
East 1-3
North 1-3
Warren County 1-3
White County 0-3

Middle School Basketball Standings (11-13-13)
Girls
North 3-0
South 2-1
Warren County 2-1
Harris 1-1
White County 1-1
Coffee County 1-2
West 1-2
East 0-3
Boys
West 3-0
Coffee County 2-1
South 2-1
Harris 1-1
East 1-2
North 1-2
Warren County 1-2
White County 0-2

Wildcats Travel to Shelbyville for First Round of Playoffs

Class 5-A
Tullahoma (5-5) at Shelbyville (7-3)
Northeast (5-5) at Lincoln County (6-4)
Lawrence County (5-5) at Gallatin 6-4)

Class 1-A

Harriman (4-6) at Moore County (5-5)


District foes Tullahoma and Shelbyville face off in the first round of the state playoffs Sept. 8 at Shelbyville. The Wildcats roared from behind to beat the Eagles 36-33 with 12 seconds left in the game back in early September. That was Shelbyville's only district loss, and since that time the Golden Eagles have blown out most district opponents.

Wildcats Rally For 12-9 Victory in Coffee Pot Game
Nov. 1 Results
Tullahoma 12
Coffee County 9

Shelbyville 41
Lawrence County 6

Franklin County 51
Columbia 0

Final Regular Season Standings
Shelbyville 5-1
Lincoln County 5-1
Franklin County 4-2
Tullahoma 3-3
Lawrence County 2-4
Columbia 2-4
Coffee County 0-6
Tullahoma scored on a Cole Potter to Riley Darden pass with 54 seconds left to win their sixth straight Coffee Pot game against Coffee County. The Cats took the field in Manchester with starting quarterback Hunter Myers injured and in street clothes on the sideline, and top running back Jonathan Stovall limped off the field for good after just one carry. It turned into a defensive battle, and the biggest defensive play came when Aaron Gray intercepted a Coffee County pass at the goal line when the Raiders appeared ready to take a 10-point lead in the first half. Joey Ortiz provided all the offense the Wildcats would need in addition to the Potter to Darden TD with two field goals, one from 35 yards in the first quarter and the other from 38 yards in the third quarter to tie the game at 6-6.

Wildcats Fall to Lincoln County; Playoff Hopes Still Alive
Oct. 25 Results
Lincoln County 20
Tullahoma 3

Wildcats score on opening dirve but are shut out the rest of the way with only 125 yards total offense.

Coffee County 11
Shelbyville 48

Franklin County 24
Lawrence County 3

Standings
Lincoln County 5-1
Shelbyville 4-1
Franklin County 3-2
Lawrence County 2-3
Tullahoma 2-3
Columbia 2-3
Coffee County 0-5

Wildcats' Playoff Hopes Still Alive Despite Friday Loss

Oct. 18 Results
Lawrence County 28
Tullahoma 21

Shelbyville 42
Columbia 7

Coffee County 7
Lincoln County 47

Non-district
Franklin County 21
Hillsboro 34


Standings
Lincoln County 4-1
Shelbyville 3-1
Franklin County 2-2
Lawrence County 2-2
Tullahoma 2-2
Columbia 2-3
Coffee County 0-4


The Tullahoma Wildcats' goal of winning a District 8-AAA championship suffered a big blow with Friday's night's 28-21 loss at home to Lawrence County. The good news is, the Wildcats' playoff hopes are still very much alive. Shelbyville, the hottest team in the district the past few weeks, is in the driver's seat for the district crown if the Golden Eagles take care of business in their last two district contests. Both Shelbyville and Lincoln County have just one loss in the district, but the Eagles have the head-to-head tie-breaker over the Falcons. Tullahoma, which has the only district win over Shelbyville, faces Lincoln County Friday night in a showdown at Wilkins Stadium that will go a long way toward determining their playoff fate.

Shelbyville Win Over Falcons Tightens District 8-AAA Race
Oct. 11 District Games

Lincoln County 0
Shelbyville 41

Franklin County 28
Coffee County 14
District 8-AAA Standings

Lincoln County 3-1
Tullahoma 2-1
Shelbyville 2-1
Columbia 2-2
Franklin County 2-2
Lawrence County 1-2
Coffee County 0-3

Wildcats Capture Homecoming Tilt 28-3 Over Pioneers

Sept. 27 Games

Warren County 3
Tullahoma 28

Coffee County 14
Stone Memorial 16

Franklin 27
Lincoln County 6

Brighton 35
Columbia 0

Marshall County 34
Franklin County 47

Spring Hill 28
Lawrence County 49

Shelbyville 30
Giles County 57

  Sept. 28 Jonathan Stovall ran for three touchdowns, and Cole Potter added another as the Tullahoma Wildcats turned in a very workman-like performance in a 28-3 win over Warren County Friday night at Wilkins Stadium. The homecoming crowd could be forgiven if they found themselves wondering who that was wearing the home jerseys as the Wildcats, known for throwing the ball all over the field, attempted only three passes in the game, completing one. Starting quarterback Hunter Myers did not dress for the game due to what head coach John Olive termed "an internal matter." So, the Cats took to the ground with wide receiver Cole Potter running things out of the Wildcat formation and, when not running the ball himself, handing it to Stovall and Star McCallum. The Cats return to district play next Friday when Columbia comes to town for a 7 p.m. contest.

District 8-AAA Standings
Lincoln County 2-0
Columbia 2-1
Franklin County 1-1
Tullahoma 1-1
Lawrence County 1-1
Shelbyville 0-1
Coffee County 0-2


Frankiln County Topples Wildcats in District Showdown
Sept. 21 Franklin County dominated the line of scrimmage, particularly on offense, and rolled to a 28-17 win over Tullahoma Friday night in Winchester, a victory that ended an eight-game losing streak to the Wildcats. The Rebels ran the ball at will against the Cats, particularly in the third and fourth quarters when Tullahoma was trying to rally but simply couldn't stop Franklin County's Wing T offense and running back D.J. Samuels. The big fullback wound up with more than 300 yards rushing on 30-plus carries. After taking a 3-0 lead early in the first period on a 39-yard field goal by Joey Ortiz, the Wildcats wound up trying to fight from behind the rest of the night. It was 19-10 at the half with the Wildcats adding a 3-yard touchdown run by Cole Potter in the second period. After Tullahoma scored on its opening drive of the third period on another 3-yard run by Potter to make it 19-17, it looked like the game was about to interesting. Not so. Franklin County just kept pounding it on the ground with Samuels, and the Wildcats couldn't get enough stops to to catch up. After playing four of their first five games on the road, the Wildcats (2-3, 1-1) finally get to try their luck at home starting next week with a homecoming contest against Warren County followed by three straight district games at home.  

Sept. 20 District Scores
Tullahoma 17
Franklin County 28

Lincoln County 30
Columbia 13

Lawrence County 42
Coffee County 21

Non-District
Shelbyville 13
Franklin 41

 

Standings
Lincoln County 2-0
Columbia 2-1
Franklin County 1-1
Tullahoma 1-1
Lawrence County 1-1
Shelbyville 0-1
Coffee County 0-2

   

Lady Wildcats Battle to 1-1 Tie Against Lincoln County
Sept. 20 The Tullahoma Lady Wildcats battled to a 1-1 tie with Lincoln County Thursday night in a District 8-AAA soccer showdown at East Middle School. It was senior night for the Lady Cats, and one of those seniors, Megan Vining, scored a late goal to pull her team into the tie after neither team scored in the first half.

Wildcats Rally To Win WIth 12 Seconds Left in Game
Sept. 7 It was a 48-minute football game, and it took 47 minutes and 48 seconds to settle it. The Tullahoma Wildcats, fighting from behind most of the night, scored on a 6-yard run by Hunter Myers with 12 seconds to play then added a Myers to Cole Potter two-point play to defeat Shelbyville 36-33 Friday night in Shelbyville. The District 8-AAA opener for both teams eventually exceeded pre-game hype, but it didn't start out that way. Shelbyville took the opening kick off 70 yards for a touchdown then added another touchdown with 3:47 left in the first quarter to take a 14-0 lead over the shell-shocked Wildcats. Tullahoma finally got on the board with a 4-yard run from Jonathan Stovall with 9:59 left in the second quarter, and the Joey Ortiz kick made it 14-7. It didn't bode well for the Wildcats, though, when Shelbyville came right back with a touchdown drive to take a 21-7 lead into half time.

It was a different Tullahoma team that took the field at the start of the second half. Myers scored on a two-yard run to cap the opening drive, and Ortiz made it 21-14. The next time the Cats had the ball, Myers hooked up with Star McCallum on a 9-yard scoring toss and the kick tied the game at 21 with 5:37. Shelbyville took the wind out of Tullahoma's sails, however, with a 75-yard Mason Cunningham to Tyler Eddings touchdown pass with 6.9 seconds left in the period. The kick missed, leaving it 27-21 in the Golden Eagles' favor.

The Cats struck right back when Myers hit Aaron Gray for a 52-yard scoring pass, and Ortiz made it 28-27. Shelbyville again showed its grit, taking the lead on a 33-yard touchdown pass, but the two-point attempt failed leaving it 33-28 in favor of the home team with less than six minutes remaining.

A key play came with 1:23 left in the game and Shelbyville dropping back to punt while still protecting a five-point lead. The snap was low, and in the process of going down to field it, the punter's knee hit the ground. In high school football, that means the play is dead at that spot, so Tullahoma took possession on the Eagle 33. The Cats drove to the one then appeared to score on a Jonathan Stovall run, but an illegal procedure penalty backed them up to the six with 18 seconds left. Myers then rolled out to pass but wound up sprinting into the corner of the end zone to make it 34-33 with 12 seconds left. The two-pointer made it 36-33.

In other District 8-AAA games, Columbia ran its district record to 2-0 with a 35-0 over Coffee County, and Lincoln County defeated Franklin County 35-20 in the district opener for both teams. Lawrence County beat Hardin County in a non-district tilt.


Big Plays Key Wildcat Win Over Visiting Stewarts Creek
August 31 The Tullahoma Wildcats used explosive plays on offense to nab their first win of the season Friday night, a 43-27 victory over Stewarts Creek at Wilkins Stadium. Stewarts Creek, the first-year Class 3-A Murfreesboro school, scored 21 points in the fourth period, but a couple of those touchdowns came after Wildcat coach John Olive substitute liberally to give younger players some time on the field. The Cats led 36-13 early in the fourth quarter. The explosive night on offense started with Tullahoma's first play from scrimmage when Kris Potts-Howard took the hand off on a wide receiver sweep and rambled 80 yards untouched for the score. Cole Potter ran in the two-point conversion. Early in the second period, Hunter Myers hooked up with Riley Darden for a 77-yard touchdown, and Hayden Hines' extra point made it 15-0, which is how it stood at the half. A 62-yard TD run by Star McCallum made it 22-0 early in the third quarter, and after Stewarts Creek scored on a 78-yard pass, Cole Potter converted a three-yard run, and a Joey Ortiz extra point kick made it 29-6 entering the fourth quarter. The final Wildcat scores came on a 41-yard run by Jonathan Stovall and a 42-yard scamper by Jake Crabtree. The Wildcats (1-1) open District 8 play Friday night with a trip to Shelbyville to face the 2-0 Golden Eagles.
District 8-AAA Football Results

Stewarts Creek 27
Tullahoma 43

Warren County 16
Shelbyville 41

Coffee County 20
Rhea County 55

Franklin County 17
Lebanon 31

Lincoln County 14
Pope John Paul II 24

Lawrence County 10
Giles County 30


TMS Wildcats Roar From Behind to Defeat Coffee County
August 28 The Tullahoma Middle School Wildcats pulled off a stirring, come-from-behind victory to defeat Coffee County 38-36 Tuesday night at Wilkins Stadium. The Cats trailed by 22 points, 36-14, with less than a minute left in the first half. The comeback started in that final minute as quarterback Nic Barstad engineered a 49-second touchdown drive by completing passes to four different receivers then running in the two-point conversion to make it 36-22 at the break. The Wildcats then shut down the Raiders offense in the second half and added 16 points of their own to come away with the victory. Barstad wound up passing for more than 250 yards with Kobe and Amauri Burks serving as his favorite targets. Malik Braston led the ground game with 100-plus yards.

Wildcats Falter in Second Half of 35-25 Loss to McGavock
August 24 The Tullahoma Wildcats had the McGavock Raiders right where they wanted them. For two quarters. Unfortunately for the Cats, the final two quarters counted, too. After leading 25-8 and dominating the first half at McGavock, nothing went right for Tullahoma in the second half, and the Raiders put up 27 unanswered points for a 35-25 victory. The Cats got a pair of touchdown runs from Jonathan Stovall in the first half along with touchdown passes from Cole Potter to Aaron Gray and from Hunter Myers to Potter, and all seemed well at the break. But, McGavock seized the momentum out of the half-time break and put up 15 points in the third quarter and 12 more in the fourth while holding Tullahoma scoreless. The Wildcats have their home opener Friday night as Stewarts Creek travels to Wilkins Stadium for a non-district contest.

District 8-AAA Football Results (8-24)
Tullahoma 25
McGavock 35

BGA 52
Coffee County 20

Columbia 34
Lawrence County 28 (2 OT)
Giles County 35
Lincoln County 33

Chattanooga Central 18
Franklin County 9

Marshall County 21
Shelbyville 34

Lady Wildcats Top Cookeville 1-0 to Even Record
August 23 The Tullahoma Lady Wildcat soccer squad evened its season record Thursday night with a 1-0 victory over Cookeville at the East Middle School field. Jillian Ceriberti scored the lone goal of the match following up a free kick by Megan Vining. The game was shortened by lightning. The Lady Cats continue non-districct play Tuesday night with another home match, this time against the Lady Pioneers of Warren County. The JV plays at 5 p.m. with the varsity starting at 7 p.m.

Volleyball Squad Defeats Fayetteville City in Straight Sets
August 23 The Tullahoma Lady Wildcat volleyball squad took a 25-20, 26-24, 25-20 over Fayetteville City Thursday afternoon in Fayetteville. Abbie Jennings led the way with kills with help from sister act Aliyah and Alyissia Bowen. Alexis Dietz led the junior varsity to a 25-25, 25-16 victory. [Report by assistant coach Archie Hunt]

Wildcats Face Tough Test in Opener at McGavock
August 22 The Tullahoma Wildcats face a tough test right out of the gate Friday night when they travel to Nashville's McGavock High School for a 7 p.m. contest against the Raiders. The Cats only have to look back one year to remember what a challenge it could be as McGavock came to Tullahoma for a season opener last season and left town with a 34-13 win over the Wildcats. The Class 6A Raiders went on to post a 5-6 overall record and a 4-3 record in District 12-AAA while the Class 5A Wildcats finished 7-5 with a playoff loss to powerhouse Columbia. The Raiders, a ground-oriented team, did lose their top three running backs to graduation. The Wildcats will be debuting a new quarterback, and with the loss of star running back Trey Burks, coach John Olive's squad will be looking to Jonathan Stovall to lead a stable of running backs. Friday's road game is the first of four in the first five games for the Cats. Included in those will be district rivals Shelbyville and Franklin County along with Giles County, a state semi-final team last season.

Lady Cat Volleyball Squad Splits Opening Matches
August 21 The Tullahoma Lady Wildcat volleyball squad opened the season Monday night in Warren County with matches against the Lady Pioneers and Cannon County. The Lady Cats opened with a tough 25-23, 23-25 and 23-25 loss to Cannon County. Anne Stewart and Aliyah Bowen led the stats in the kill column. Next up was the host team Warren County, and  Sarah Miller led the way with kills in the opening set as Tullahoma won 25-11.  The second set wasn't as smooth as the Lady Cats fell 23-25.  In the third set, the Lady Wildcats regained their composure with the help of Abbie Jennings' and Alyssia Bowen's contribution to the kills as THS took the match with a final set score of 25-16.  The JV played an excellent match considering the majority of them are first year players.  They defeated Cannon County 25-15 and 25-10. Tullahoma travels to Fayetteville City Thursday. (Report by assistant coach Archie Hunt)

TMS Wildcats Fall 50-30 in Opener Against Harris
August 21 While high school football teams are busily preparing for next week's season openers, the Tullahoma Middle School Wildcats got their season under way Tuesday night with a 50-30 loss to Shelbyville Harris.

Lady Wildcats Drop Opening Soccer Match 1-0 at Blackman
August 21 The Tullahoma Lady Wildcat soccer squad opened the season Tuesday night with a 1-0 loss at Murfreesboro Blackman. The Lady Cats have their first home match Thursday night against Cookeville with the junior varsity playing at 5 and the varsity starting at 7. It will be the first of five straight home contests for Tullahoma.

Pair of Losses Ends Wildcats' State Championship Hopes
May 23 The Tullahoma Wildcats saw their dreams of a state championship dashed Wednesday with two losses in the state tournament in Murfreesboro. The first loss came 2-1 to Farragut, a game that featured a terrific pitching duel between Tullahoma's Justus Sheffield, a junior committed to Vanderbilt, and Farragut's Kyle Serrano who will play at the University of Tennessee where his father is head coach. That loss dropped the Cats into the elimination round where they eventually fell 6-3 to Dyer County, a defeat that ended a historic season. The Wildcats' 35 wins set a school record, and this year's big senior class racked up four appearances in the state sectionals and earned the trip to the state tournament. It was Tullahoma's first appearance at the state tourney since 2005.

Burks Delivers Game Winner as Cats Top Dyer County 2-1
May 22 Folks connected with the Tullahoma baseball program are just happy Trey Burks decided to give the game another try in his senior year of high school. Burks, who has signed to play football at Tennessee Tech next year, gave up baseball in high school after a star turn in the local youth leagues. Now that he's back to the game, he appears to be hitting his stride during the post season after delivering a game-winning hit in the bottom of the seventh inning Tuesday to propel the Cats to a 2-1 win over Dyer County in the opening round of the state tournament in Murfreesboro. Burks had a two-run homer that provided the winning margin in a 4-2 regional finals win over Cookeville Saturday. The Wildcats got a brilliant pitching peformance from Dalton Davis in the Dyer County contest as the senior allowed only two hits and pitched a shut out over the final six innings. Van Williams doubled home a run in the fourth inning, then the Wildcats pulled out the win in the final inning when Alex Butaud singled and Zane Price bunted pinch runner Riley Darden to second. Burks then delivered his game-winning hit, driving Darden home. Tullahoma faces Knoxville Farragut, the closest thing to Tennessee high school royalty that the state has to offer, today at 1 p.m. at Murfreesboro Oakland.

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