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Lincoln County High School’s tennis team took both the boys’ and girls’ district action at home last week, defeating Franklin County. The Falcons finished with the win, 6-1. In the singles action, Daniel Selfridge won at the one, 8-2; Matthew Posey won the two, 8-2; Barrett Wright won, 8-4, at the three; Patrick Scott won the four, 8-0; Justin Plunkett won, 8-1, at the five. In doubles play, Trey Wetjen/Brian
Fayetteville High School’s Lady Tiger softball team split in action last week. Thursday, FHS took care of business, defeating Middle Tennessee Christian in five innings, 12-0. Friday, the ladies went down in a battle on the road to Cascade, 1-0. The Lady Tigers were to have traveled to Eagleville on Monday, but that game was rescheduled due to weather to a double header to be played at home on Monday
Riverside Christian Academy’s Josh Brooks made it to first base after this explosive hit during action Wednesday afternoon against the Middle Tennessee Heat. Riverside fell 8-10 in the game. ~ Photo by Evan Buck
Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon softball team went down on the road to Hazel Green, 6-1. On Tuesday of last week, the ladies traveled to Lawrence County, but the game was called early due to rain. That game has been rescheduled for April 28. Monday, LCHS was to host Tullahoma, and that game was postponed due to weather and is rescheduled for April 22. In game with the Lady
Fayetteville High School’s baseball team went down in three games last week dropping two to Huntland and one to Community. Currently, FHS’s overall record is 2-12. Friday, the Tigers went down at home to Community, 10-0, in five innings. The Vikings scored 1 in the first second and third, 5 in the fourth and 2 in the fifth. The Tigers had 2 hits coming from Will Clark and Zack Harwell.
In a week of out-of-district road trips, Lincoln County High School’s Falcon baseball team went down to Buckhorn and Sparkman, then picked up a win over Marshall County. Currently the Falcons’ overall record is 11-13 and 5-3 in district play. On Friday, LCHS won over Marshall County, 5-2, in a 6-inning rain-shortened game. The Falcons trailed 1-0 at the end of one but added 2 in the third, 1 in
Lincoln County High School’s soccer team tied Shelbyville on Senior Night, 1-1, on Thursday. Tuesday, the Falcons went down at home to Columbia, 0-1. Thursday, seniors honored were Thomas Frye, Steven Ho, Matt Parker, Jacob Barcsansky and Tyler Jones. The goal for the Falcons came early from Noah Sandoval. Shelbyville found the net on a corner kick. The Falcon JV won, 1-0. Tuesday, LCHS hosted Columbia and was defeated, 0-1.
Lincoln County High School basketball standout Cortney Storey (pictured front, at right) competed in the Basketball Coaches Association of Tennessee, East-West All Star game sponsored by Russell Athletics. The event was held in Nashville in conjunction with the WBCA and 2014 Women’s Final Four events on April 5. Storey, a Presbyterian College signee, played for the East team and finished on top, 100-95. Athletes committed to Lipscomb, Clemson, Austin Peay,
Pictured here are members of the Fayetteville Middle School Basketball Homecoming Court. Students pictured are fifth grade, Andy Locker, Ashlee Jean; seventh grade, Jeffrie Pettie, Olivia Hughes; eighth grade King and Queen, Robert Woods, Ally Higgins; eighth grade, Isaiah Watkins, Hayley Austin; sixth grade, Garrett Gardner, Emma Blackwood; ring bearer, Master Brodie Baker; and flower girl, Little Miss Livey Wright.