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Lincoln County High School’s Falcons picked up an out of district road trip win over Ardmore 57-49 to finish 2020 on a winning note.

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Jackson Mullins (00) from Lincoln County High School knocked down this 3-pointer at the buzzer ending the third quarter in the Falcons win on the road over Ardmore.

Levi Biles filled both of his buck tags opening juvenile weekend, harvesting an 11 pointer while hunting with his dad and a 7 pointer, the following afternoon. Levi is the son of Bryan and Amanda Biles and is a fourth grader at South Lincoln School. Photos submitted

Tristan Phelps, son of Patrick and Samantha Phelps, killed this 5 point buck in the eastern part of Lincoln County.

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Lincoln County High School’s Falcons were idle on the court last week due to COVID-19 protocol.

Fayetteville High School’s Lady Tigers added two more wins on the young season last week, beating Mt. Pleasant, 64-31, on the road last Monday and defeating Culleoka, 46-24, at home Friday night.

With basketball schedules on a roller coaster due to COVID-19 protocol, the Lady Falcons finally got their district opener in and went down Friday night at home to Tullahoma, 50-44 in a girls only match-up.

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The Riverside Christian Academy Knights won their fourth championship in the Tennessee State Independent Athletic Association Division 2 Championship game. The Knights defeated Franklin Classical School 36-14 to secure the win.

Fayetteville High School’s Tigers had a 12th man behind them during Friday night’s championship win, #12 Tate Tuten, the brother and teammate lost in an accident last season.

Fayetteville High School’s Lady Tigers have notched another big win in their young season, knocking off Columbia Academy in a 47-46 nail-biter Tuesday night.

 The Falcons returned to the hardwood after the Thanksgiving break and picked up a road-trip win over Moore Co. 76-47.

After two games canceled their opening week due to COVID-19, the Lady Falcons picked up a win Tuesday night on the road over Moore Co. 42-28.

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Four months ago, the fate of the 2020 high school football campaign was in question for Tennessee high schools as COVID-19 forced an unprecedented change to the logistics of Friday night lights. However, the one thing that didn’t change was the dream of every high school football player, to …

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A parade of cars will lineup at Fayetteville High School today, December 3, and at 5 p.m., travel to downtown Fayetteville for a pep rally on the courthouse lawn. Everyone is encouraged to join the parade and attend pep rally, in support of the Fayetteville Tiger's quest to bring home the TS…

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The Fayetteville High School Tigers and Lady Tigers basketball games with Culleoka, scheduled for Friday night, December 4, have been postponed due to the TSSAA Class 1A State Championship football game in Cookeville.

Pictured left, overall MVP and first team All- TSIAA Division 2 State Running Back, #8 Crutcher Ezell and right, #9 Marcus Whitworth, Co-Defensive MVP and second team All State defensive back.

Fayetteville High School’s Tigers, minus several players still on the gridiron with the football team, kicked off its hoops season with the Hall of Champions game and road trip match-ups against Harriman, Richland and Summertown.

Lincoln County High School’s Falcons got off to a 2-0 start in their opening week of action on the hardwood. LCHS opened with Ardmore at home Tuesday and finished on top 84-51. Thursday the Falcons won at home over Giles Co. 81-53.

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The Fayetteville Tigers, on the road in Tiptonville, held off Lake County, 38-24 to advance to the TSSAA state championship game Friday in Cookeville. Their opponent will be South Pittsburg, 42-0 winners over Coalfield.