Lincoln County High School’s Falcons finished in the top spot of the Holly Pond Thanksgiving Tournament.
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Fayetteville High School’s Lady Tigers picked up a pair of same-day wins in the Richland Classic, defeating Spring Hill, 56-45, and Frank Hughes, 58-35, but took a road trip loss to Ardmore, 55-28.
Fayetteville High School’s Tigers picked up a pair of same-day barnburning wins in the Richland Classic, defeating Harriman, 58-57, and Richland, 51-45, in overtime. Later, FHS dropped a 57-47 road trip to Ardmore.
Wyatt Stewart (at right) won the Sub-Junior Singles category at the American Trap Association (ATA) shooting tournament held at the Maury County Gun Club near Columbia on Nov. 9. Here, he is congratulated by a representative of the Gun Club. This is Wyatt’s third season as a member of the Li…
Lincoln County High School’s Falcons split in their first week of action. Tuesday, they opened their season with a win at home over Ardmore, 63-62. Thursday, the Falcons went down to Buckhorn in a battle, 51-47.
Lincoln County High School’s Mollie Gordon signed last week to continue her education as a student-athlete, playing softball for Dyersburg State Community College following graduation from LCHS in 2020.
Lincoln County High School’s Emily Price signed last week to continue her education as a student-athlete, playing softball for Tennessee State University following graduation from LCHS in 2020.
Pictured with Coach Don McNeese are Sam Eason, Alec Scivally and Wesley Thornton, the three finalists for the Dr. O. Tom Johns, Jr., Scholarship of Excellence and Integrity. In its inaugural year, the scholarship will be awarded to a senior member of the Falcon football team selected by the …
With deer season in full swing and the holidays quickly approaching, Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program is accepting donations in Lincoln County to help feed local families in need.
Lincoln County High School’s Jackson Cothren signed last week to continue his education as a student/athlete playing baseball for the University of Memphis following graduation in 2020.
Lincoln County High School’s Tessa Lewis signed last week to continue her education as a student/athlete playing soccer for Tennessee Wesleyan University following graduation from LCHS in 2020. Pictured are (front, from left) Gnette Lewis, Tessa and Scott Lewis, (standing) Athletic Director …
Emileigh Vaughn rides her Tennessee Walking Horse before the start of the Vols’ homecoming game. Vaughn was recently chosen by the University of Tennessee Agricultural Department for the ride. Vaughn is riding “I’m on the Check” on the field at Neyland Stadium. Emileigh is the daughter of Sc…
Fayetteville High School’s cross country team had two girls qualify for the individual D1-Girls TSSAA State Cross Country meet held Saturday at the Steeplechase in Nashville.
Brody Wilson is presented the first place trophy for the largest deer killed during the recent Kids Hunting for A Cure event by wildlife officer Leith Konyndyk. Looking on is Brody’s dad, Clay Wilson. Brody, his dad, and his uncle, Cody, are also pictured with the buck after the three went h…
Fayetteville High School’s Tigers improved their record to 10-0 with a 43-13 road trip win over Sale Creek Friday night. The game was played at U.T. Chattanooga’s Finley Field.
The Motlow College Foundation recently held its 26th annual golf tournament in support of Motlow State students. All proceeds from the tournament benefit Motlow students primarily through scholarships, including but not limited to, honors, presidential, student government and athletic schola…
Seven people were killed in traffic crashes in Tennessee during last year’s Halloween period between Tuesday, Oct. 30, through Thursday, Nov. 1. That’s why the Tennessee Highway Patrol is urging all motorists to drive cautiously, buckle up, never drive distracted and don’t drink and drive th…
Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, and Desmond Howard need to start looking over their shoulder, because a future ESPN sports journalist is growing up right here in Flintville. His name is Brandon Hudson, and by the age of 13, he has already had his own radio show and school sportscenter show.
Riverside Christian Academy’s varsity football team defeated the South Haven Christian School Patriots 68-32 on Friday night in the first round of the Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference (MTAC) playoffs. The Knights are 7-2 on the season.
Lincoln County High School’s Falcon football program will induct its seventh class into the Falcon Football Hall of Fame at halftime of Friday night’s match-up with Page.
Riverside Christian Academy’s varsity football team won its last regular season game of 2019 on Friday night. The Knights defeated the South Haven Christian School Patriots 60-24 on Senior Night.
Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon soccer season came to an end in a heartbreaker, going down at Franklin County, 2-3, in District 8-AAA tournament action.
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.
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.
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…
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.