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Unity School’s JV Coach Mark Shaddy (left) and Coach Nathan Browning (right) congratulate T.J. Crabtree, recipient of the 2015 Unity Junior Varsity Football Scholarship for $500. T.J. will be attending the University of Tennessee at Martin in the fall, where he will play football and major in education.
Representatives of the Center for Cancer Care visited Blanche School recently to treat the volleyball players and cheerleaders to lunch out of appreciation for their fundraising efforts. Back in September, the volleyball players and cheerleaders teamed up to make a Cancer Awareness night happen. Shirts were bought, the band came to play, the cheerleaders cheered and helped raise money and a portion of the volleyball proceeds that night went to
Carriage House Players invites the public to be part of history by participating in the group’s first ever Star Run 5k. The race will be held under the summer stars on Saturday, June 13, on the campus of Lincoln County High School. The moderate course will consist of paved areas, some grassy areas, and some incline. There will also be a one-mile Fun Run all on pavement, which is great
For the past four years, Fayetteville High School’s Skylar McDonald has advanced to the TSSAA Spring Fling for the Class A-AA single tennis championship at Old Fort Park in Murfreesboro. As a junior, McDonald’s run of four trips puts her at the highest level of athletes ever seen from this community. Last week, she went through the quarterfinals and semifinals with two convincing wins on Thursday after a two-hour rain
Fayetteville High School’s Head Football Coach Alvin Palmer talks with his team following a workout. The Tigers wrapped up their spring practice last week and will resume strength training and conditioning the first of June. FHS remains a member of a revamped District 9-A and opens its season traveling to Franklin Road Academy Aug. 21 and then opens district play at home against Huntland on Aug. 28. ~ Staff photo
Jerry Stephen Reese competed in the annual Music City Trap Shoot in Nashville on May 16. He won the Junior Division, shooting 191 out of 200 targets.
Riley McCown, a 2013 graduate of Lincoln County High School, signed recently to play baseball for the University of Alabama Birmingham following his two years at Volunteer State Community College. McCown finished this season with the Pioneers hitting a .345, leading with a team-high 13 doubles with 22 RBIs. As an outfielder, McCown was solid with a .941 fielding percentage. Pictured (front, from left) are Vol State Head Coach Mike
Lincoln County High School’s Taylor Mitchell signed last week to play softball for Motlow State Community College’s Lady Bucks following graduation. Pictured (front, from left) are Sissy Mitchell, Taylor and Troy Mitchell, (standing) Lady Falcon coaches Reese Hambrick and Troy Smith with Motlow’s softball coach and athletic director, Tori Raby-Gentry.
Lady Falcon Softball Coach Troy Smith has his youth softball camp scheduled for May 27-29 at the Lady Falcon softball field for ages 5 and up. Camp hours are from 8 until 11 a.m. He will be assisted by Coach Reese Hambrick and members of the Lady Falcon softball team. Registration begins Wednesday morning, May 27, at 7 p.m. Cost is $35 per camper. Contact Coach Troy Smith for additional