Today is Friday, December 9, 2016
FRIDAY BOYS' HOOPS -- Devils host WC 'Cats

8-0 Watertown visits MontereyLebanon High's Blue Devils will host cross-county rival Wilson Central tonight in a District 9-AAA contest at Campbell Brandon Gymnasium. The Blue Devils come in 6-1 overall and 2-0 in the distric...

FRIDAY GIRLS' HOOPS - LHS hosts Central

MJHS plays at PortlandStill smarting from Tuesday's 51-49 loss at Hendersonville, Lebanon High's Devilettes will host District 9-AAA leader Wilson Central tonight.Tip-off is set for 6 p.m. at Lebanon's Campbell Brandon Gymnas...

THURSDAY HOOPS - MJCA splits at PCA

MURFREESBORO -- Mt. Juliet Christian Academy split a pair of Thursday, Dec. 8 games at Providence Christian.The Lady Saints dropped to 3-4 on the season following a 50-19 loss in the opener. MJCA fell behind 12-2 and never re...

BOWLING -- Lady Devils now 17-0

LHS moves to district semifinals Lebanon High's girls bowling team improved to 17-0 on the season following Tuesday's 25-2 victory over Gallatin in the quarterfinals of the District 12 tournament at Pro Bowl West. The Lady De...

CU HOOPS -- Thursday split at Campbellsville

Phoenix post 72-69 victoryCAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. - Diondrey Holt netted 18 points and Delaryn Dodd posted 15 points and seven rebounds, including a huge board on a missed 1-and-1 in the final seconds as Cumberland came away with...


 
FRIDAY GIRLS HOOPS -- MJ 52, Lebanon 42 | Lebanon High Devilettes, Mt. Juliet Lady Bears, Watertown Tigerettes, Mt. Juliet Christian Lady Saints, Friendship Christian Lady Commanders, basketball, Wilson Central Lady Wildcats, District 9-AAA,
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CU HOOPS -- Thursday split at Campbellsville | Cumberland University basketball, Phoenix, Mid-South Conference, MSC, Nicole Bowers, Diondrey Holt, Delaryn Dodd,
CU HOOPS -- Thursday split at Campbellsville

Phoenix post 72-69 victory
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. - Diondrey Holt netted 18 points and Delaryn Dodd posted 15 points and seven rebounds, including a huge board on a missed 1-and-1 in the final seconds as Cumberland came away with a 72-69 victory over 11th-ranked Campbellsville in men's basketball action Thursday, Dec. 1 at the Powell Athletic Center.

Cumberland (4-5 overall, 1-1 MSC) put together a 15-5 run in the middle of the second half, including two jumpers from Cameron Johnson and two dunks by Dodd, and Jamonte Graham nailed a 3-pointer from the wing for a 61-49 advantage with 7:35 remaining.

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WRESTLING -- WCHS moves to 6-0 | Wilson Central wrestling, John Kramer, Coach John Kramer, Tullahoma Duals, TSSAA wrestling,
WRESTLING -- WCHS moves to 6-0 | Wilson Central wrestling, John Kramer, Coach John Kramer, Tullahoma Duals, TSSAA wrestling,
Kramer
WRESTLING -- WCHS moves to 6-0

Kramer notches 500th career win
MURFREESBORO -- Wilson Central moved to 6-0 on the dual wrestling season after picking up three wins Thursday, Dec. 1 in a quad meet at Siegel High School.

The second match of the evening with Ravenwood marked John Kramer's 500th victory as a high school coach.

Wilson Central returns to the mat Saturday as the Wildcats wrestle in the Tullahoma Duals.

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CU SOCCER -- Staff changes announced | Adam Grant, Brian Davies, Rory O'Connor, NAIA soccer, Cumberland University Phoenix, soccer, Cumberland University,
CU SOCCER -- Staff changes announced

Grant will coach men's team
LEBANON -- Cumberland Director of Athletics Ron Pavan announced changes in the Phoenix soccer programs Thursday, with Adam Grant taking over the head coaching duties of the men's program and Brian Davies taking over the head coach responsibility for the women's team effective immediately.

Grant takes the place of Rory O'Connor, who spent the last four years with the men's team and one season as head coach.

O'Connor is returning to his native Ireland with his wife, who has found difficulties securing a US Visa after the couple were married last summer.

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WRESTLING -- Wilson County Duals | Wilson Central wrestling, Wilson County Duals, Mt. Juliet Golden Bears, Lebanon High Blue Devils, Noga, Michael Kramer, Austin Plumlee, Coach John Kramer,
WRESTLING -- Wilson County Duals

Wildcats dominate county meet
MT. JULIET -- Wilson Central dominated Tuesday's (Nov. 29) Wilson County Duals, sweeping a pair of matches against Lebanon and host Mt. Juliet High.

The Wildcats, now 3-0 in dual wrestling competition this season, defeated Lebanon 73-4 and topped Mt. Juliet 49-24.

Mt. Juliet defeated LHS 42-30 in the third match.

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Phoenix hoops from Monday | Cumberland basketball, Dallas Floyd Recreation Center, Taliah Moore, Nicole Bowers, Cameron Johnson, Phoenix basketball, Life University, Campbellsville University,
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Tuesday, Nov. 22 boys' results | Watertown basketball, State Farm Thanksgiving Classic, Cameron Oliver,
Tuesday, Nov. 22 boys' results | Watertown basketball, State Farm Thanksgiving Classic, Cameron Oliver,
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Tuesday, Nov. 22 boys' results

Purple Tigers stand 4-0
Watertown High overcame a 27-11 second quarter run by Middle Tennessee Christian in Tuesday's 92-88 home win over the Cougars.
The Purple Tigers moved to 4-0 with the victory headed into this week's annual Watertown Thanksgiving Classic.
WHS is scheduled to play Ezell Harding Friday at 7:30 p.m. Medal play will be held Saturday.

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Tuesday, Nov. 22 local girls' results
Tuesday, Nov. 22 local girls' results

Lady 'Cats improve to 4-0
THOMPSON'S STATION -- Wilson Central's Lady Wildcats moved to 4-0 on the season following Tuesday's (Nov. 22) 57-29 victory at Ravenwood.
WCHS led 14-4 after one quarter and took a 28-13 lead into intermission.
Addison Byrd led all scorers with 17 points.
Piper Elrod added 12 and Bailey Kaposy chipped in with nine points.

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HOOPS -- Monday, Nov. 21 results | Watertown High School Purple Tigers, basketball, DeKalb County High School, Mt. Juliet Christian Academy, Saints, Logan Anderson, J.R. Sanders, Zach Blair, Emma Palmer, Lady Bears,
HOOPS -- Monday, Nov. 21 results

(boys) Forrest 59, MJ Christian 44
CHAPEL HILL -- Forrest marched to the charity stripe 18 times and converted 16 free throws in Monday's 59-44 victory over visiting Mt. Juliet Christian Academy. The Rockets led 16-9 after one quarter and 27-14 at intermission.
MJCA was led by Logan Anderson with 14 points. Tyler West and Bailey Jones each had nine points in the loss.
The Saints connected on 7-of-8 free throw attempts.
MJ Christian is scheduled to host The Webb School Tuesday, Nov. 29.

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FOOTBALL -- MJ sweeps top region honors | Region 3, 6A, All-Region, Mason Earls, Trey Perry, Mt. Juliet High School,
FOOTBALL -- MJ sweeps top region honors | Region 3, 6A, All-Region, Mason Earls, Trey Perry, Mt. Juliet High School,
Mason Earls
FOOTBALL -- MJ sweeps top region honors

QB Earls, Coach Perry honored
Region 3, 6A football champion Mt. Juliet High swept a bushel basket of postseason honors as the All-Region team was released Monday morning, Nov. 21.

Mt. Juliet High quarterback Mason Earls was voted Most Valuable Player. Co-Offensive MVP honors are shared by Franklin High tailback Mitch Rossi and Wilson Central quarterback Blake Meadors.

Safety Theo Jackson of Overton High was the defensive MVP.

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Thursday night local hoops -- | Gavin Johnson, Wilson Central basketball, Logan Anderson, Addison Byrd, Caitlyn Smith,
Thursday night local hoops --

Central boys top McGavock
GLADEVILLE -- Gavin Johnson knocked down four 3-pointers and finished with 25 points as Wilson Central held off McGavock 71-67 Thursday in a TSSAA Hall of Champions contest.
The Wildcats (1-1) led 60-42 going into the fourth quarter as McGavock mounted a furious comeback try.
Kene Aruh added 13 for the winners while Cole Booth picked up nine points.
The victory was the first at WCHS for new coach Chris Carney.

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Colder Weather Is Coming | Ray Pope, Anthony Gray,
Colder Weather Is Coming | Ray Pope, Anthony Gray,
Great Egret
Colder Weather Is Coming

There was frost upon the pumpkin this morning and I was happy that I didn't have to get out that early. I will hope that I can hit the Powerball so I can move to Daytona Beach Florida. Just a dream, maybe.

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CU's Jernigan repeats as MSC West PoY | Cumberland football, Cumberland University Phoenix, Nathan Jernigan, NAIA, MSC, 222-0, Mid-South Conference, Eagleville High,
CU's Jernigan repeats as MSC West PoY | Cumberland football, Cumberland University Phoenix, Nathan Jernigan, NAIA, MSC, 222-0, Mid-South Conference, Eagleville High,
Jernigan
CU's Jernigan repeats as MSC West PoY

Phoenix senior linebacker
Cumberland University linebacker Nathan Jernigan has earned his second-straight Mid-South Conference West Division Defensive Player of the Year honor.

Individual awards as well as first and second team All-West Division honorees were announced Wednesday afternoon by the MSC.

A redshirt senior, Jernigan ranks third in the Mid-South with 9.5 tackles per game and 105 total tackles and is one of three defenders in the MSC with at least 100 tackles.

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Academics -- 12 CU football players honored | MSC, Mid-South Conference, Cumberland football, 222-0, All-Academic, Cumberland University,
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MR. FOOTBALL -- Local invited to Nashville | Adam Williams, Tennessee Titans Mr. Football, Wilson Central football, Wildcats,
MR. FOOTBALL -- Local invited to Nashville | Adam Williams, Tennessee Titans Mr. Football, Wilson Central football, Wildcats,
Williams
MR. FOOTBALL -- Local invited to Nashville

Williams a finalist for kicking award
Wilson Central kicker / punter Adam Williams is a finalist for the Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Award as the top kicker in the state.

The award will be presented along with the top 16 backs and linemen in eight classifications of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association on Monday, Nov. 28 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.

For the fifteenth consecutive year, the top kicker in the state will be recognized with a Mr. Football Award, regardless of classification.

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