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MJCA hosts 'Coming Home' tonight
MJCA hosts 'Coming Home' tonight

MT. JULIET -- Mt. Juliet Christian Academy's boys basketball team will try to bounce back from a heart-breaking loss tonight as the Saints host St. Andrew's-Sewanee in a TSSAA Division II contest.

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BOE to consider Setterlund's retirement Saturday morning

BREAKING NEWS: Setterlund retires

The purpose of tomorrow’s Wilson County Board of Education meeting has changed. According to a notice sent out via email at 5:06 p.m., the special called session will be to accept Dr. Tim Setterlund’s official notice of retirement.

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'Dogs top No. 11 Georgetown

LEBANON -- Freshman Marquel Hickerson connected with just eight seconds on the clock and Cumberland’s defense got one final stop as the Bulldogs edged defending national champ Georgetown College in a 63-62 win Thursday at the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center.

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No. 6 G-Town holds off CU women

LEBANON -- Cumberland used a 17-5 run to erase a 15-point second-half deficit, but Devanny King’s 15-footer put to an end to the spurt and No. 6 Georgetown College held on for a 63-59 victory over the Lady Bulldogs Thursday at the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center.

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WCHS repeats as region champs
WCHS repeats as region champs

GLADEVILLE -- Wilson Central won the Region 7-AAA Duals Championship Thursday night in quick fashion, defeating West Creek 61-15 in the semifinals, then being awarded the title as Beech opted to forfeit in the finals.

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