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Fayetteville High School's Lady Tiger basketball team wrapped up their 2019-20 season adding ink in the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association record books on a state level.

Two of Lincoln County Trap Team’s rising youth are continuing the tradition of sharp shooting excellence and have received awards for their participation in Monthly Shooting Events (MSE) at the state level.

Fayetteville High School’s Tyler Wolaver signed to continue his education as a student/athlete playing baseball for Columbia State Community College. Pictured from left are Jason Wolaver, Tyler and Heidi Wolaver. Standing left are Athletic Director, Edward Keys, Brayden Morrison, Taylor Wola…

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Have you ever wondered what life would be like without sports? 

With Gov. Bill Lee’s announcement Thursday that schools in Tennessee will remain closed for the remainder of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the hope of spring sports returning were laid to rest.

Fayetteville High School took a 3-0 season-opening win at home over Culleoka. 

Fayetteville High School had eight honored for their play in District 8-A and Region 4-A action on the hardwood. Those recognized were (from left) Gracie Hoagland, All-Region; Za’naria Robinson, All-Season, All-Region; Tyler Wolaver, All-Season, All-Region; Brayden Hockett, All-Region; Jacio…

Fayetteville High School’s Seth Moyers (front, at center), also known as Victor E, signed last week to continue his education as a student/athlete, a mascot at Tennessee Tech University. 

Riverside Christian Academy’s Riley Hall signed last week to continue his education as a student/athlete, playing football for Faulkner University. 

Lincoln County High School’s Makenna Morris (front, at center) signed last week to continue her education as a student/athlete, playing soccer for Union College. 

Lincoln County High School’s Briley Bain (seated at front) recently signed to continue her education as a student/athlete, running cross country at Martin Methodist College. Standing are (from left) LCHS Principal Billy Owens, Coach Michael Foster and Athletic Director Jeff Bell.

TVA’s Tim’s Ford Dam Reservation Boat Ramp has been repaired and is once again open to the public, according to TVA. The pier had to be closed and then repaired after heavy flooding in February.

Fayetteville High School’s Tigers advanced to the Region 4-A championship game with a 63-53 win over Merrol Hyde High School Tuesday night in the semifinals, but on Thursday night, the Tigers took a tough loss in the championship game, going down to Eagleville, 44-40.

Fayetteville High School’s Romello Twitty signed last week to continue his education as a student-athlete, playing football for Tennessee Valley Prep. 

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Lincoln County’s Larry Taft was the 2020 co-recipient of the Roy Kramer Contributions to Football award last week at the 54th Annual Awards Banquet of the Middle Tennessee Chapter National Football Foundation.

Fayetteville High School’s Lady Tigers advanced in Region 4-A tournament action with a 41-29 road trip win over LEAD Academy in Nashville.

Lincoln County High School’s Falcon basketball season came to an end in the first round of Region 4-AAA tournament Saturday night, going down on the road to Siegel, 77-53.

Fayetteville High School’s Tigers won the program’s second District 8-A championship, defeating top-seeded Eagleville, 50-49, in the title game.

Lincoln County High School’s Falcons won a barnburner in first round action of the district tournament, defeating Shelbyville in overtime, 61-55.

Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon season came to an end in the first round of District 8-AAA tournament action, going down to Franklin County, 36-27.