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Fayetteville High School’s Lady Tiger volleyball team’s season came to an end in the first round of district tournament action, going down to Community 0-3 with scores of 13-25, 10-25 and 8-25.

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Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcons wrapped up their regular season at home Monday night, going down to Giles County, 1-4. Emma Womble scored the goal for the ladies at 13 minutes, assisted by Tessa Lewis.

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Lincoln County High School’s JV Falcons won at home over Shelbyville, 40-22. 

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Unity School recently celebrated football homecoming with the crowning of the court. Members of this year’s homecoming court are Ryan Dunivan, king; Joelle Porter, queen; Mia Brown and Macy Widner, eighth grade attendants; Nick Rodgers and Rylin Neely, eighth grade escorts; Katie Metcalf, se…

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Lincoln County High School had three members of their golf team advance from District 8-AAA to the Region 4-AAA tournament held at Bear Trace. Pictured are (from left) Ben Bassham, Kylie Reese and Andy Neal.

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Lincoln County High School Falcons’ JV faced off against Tullahoma. The Wildcats finished with the win in a battle, 33-28.

Fayetteville High School recently held its annual cross country meet at Don Davidson Park. The event brought 20 high school and middle school boys’ and girls’ teams together for competition, bringing well over 100 runners to town.

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The Lady Falcons picked up a pair of volleyball wins last week, defeating Ardmore at home on Tuesday, 3-1, with scores, 25-20, 20-25, 25-12, 25-22; JV, 1-2, 28-26, 14-25, 12-15.

Highland Rim School football would like to thank American Development Corp. and First National Bank for their support to help purchase a new scoreboard for the school’s football field. Pictured are (from left) Jason McCormick, Gridiron president, Coach Randy Smith, Sunny Nix of FNB, Jason Ni…

Flintville School eighth grade football players were recognized during the school’s homecoming game. Pictured are (from left) Luke Nix, Peyton May, Jarren Kinslow, Ben Davis, Hezekiah Morales, Said Reyes and Peyton Wodsworth.

Flintville School celebrated football homecoming with the crowning of the court. Pictured are (at front) flower girls Reign McElroy and Addison Jacks and crown bearer Rivers Shelton, (rear) sixth grade attendant Gracie Pence and escort, Kyle Medley; eighth grade attendance Ansley Gusich and …

South Lincoln’s Lady Eagles finished in the top spot of the double-elimination 2019 County Volleyball Tournament held over the weekend at Blanche Middle School.

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The Lady Tiger varsity picked up their first-ever win at home over Community, 3-0; the JV went down 1-2. Scores by game were not available.

Lincoln County High School’s Falcons took a 20-7 Homecoming loss Friday night to Columbia. A win would have secured a playoff spot for LCHS.

Fayetteville High School won over Richland at Pebble Creek, 182-203; Mac O’Connor, 42; Drew McElyea, 44; Garrett Gardner, 47; Tyler Wolaver, 49.

South Lincoln School celebrated football homecoming last week. Members of the homecoming court are (from left) Kilar Pace, Hadley Hardin, Ryan Ables, Libbey Logan, Paislee Shelton, Bryant Maddox, Aleah Moore, Wyatt Phillips, Avery Raby, Homecoming King Tyler Bishop, Homecoming Queen Allie Bo…

Riverside Christian Academy’s varsity football team shut out Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference (MTAC) rival Franklin Christian Academy Falcons, 34-0, on Friday night for a homecoming victory.

Lincoln County High School’s Falcon golf team competed in a tri-match at home last week against Lawrence County and Columbia.

Flintville School eighth grade volleyball players were recognized during Eighth Grade Recognition Night held recently. The Lady Bobcats won over Coffee County. Pictured are (from left) Ansley Gusich, Skyler Hurbert, Shae Thomas, Destini Jensen and Riley Moran.

Lincoln County High School’s cross country team finished in the top spot of the boys’ and girls’ cross country meet held last week at Sewanee out of a field of nine teams. Girls’ individual top finishers were Katlyn Lynch, third; Briley Bain, fourth; and Ashton Towry, fifth. Boys’ individual…