For the first time in six years the Tullahoma Wildcat wrestling team will participate in the TSSAA state dual championship. The mat Cats will square off against Arlington Friday afternoon at 5:30 p.m. at the Williamson County Expo Center in Franklin. Twenty-seven Wildcats will wrestle in 13 different weight classifications. Tullahoma is in match number two on mat number two,
The Tullahoma Wildcat Wrestling team has qualified for the State Duals. This is the team competition for high school wrestling. Head Coach Al Morris wrote a letter to all his parents and supporters, below is a copy of that correspondence: Dear Parents and Supporters, As the end of the season gets closer, the fun stuff is cranking up. This weekend, we’re traveling to Franklin to try and earn our place among the elite in Tennessee wrestling. Tullahoma is one of the top 16 teams in the state competing this weekend. This is the 4th time in school history that Tullahoma has qualified for the State Duals. Yes, this is a big deal for our team, school, and our community. This success has been in part, due to the great support that the Tullahoma wrestling family has provided. When our supporters come to cheer us on wearing Black and Cardinal shirts and enthusiastic voices, it gives the guys an edge and a boost of confidence. It’s always our goal to have the best team, the toughest competitors and the best and loudest fans. If we all do our jobs, this can be an extremely exciting and rewarding weekend for Tullahoma Wrestling! We hope to see you all there. Thanks for all that you do, Al Morris The Tournament starts on Friday, January 30th at the Williamson County Agricultural Arena located at 4215 Long Lane in Franklin. The first match will be at approximately 5:30.
Sophomore Clint Nwosuh set a new school record by connecting on 11 three-point shots to lead the No. 27-ranked Motlow Bucks to a 116-104 win over Volunteer State Saturday afternoon in Gallatin. Motlow sophomore Clint Nwosuh, pictured from a game earlier this season, set a new school record by making 11 three-point shots to lead the Bucks to a win
Fresh off their best season in 15 years, the Motlow Bucks will open the 2015 baseball campaign when they travel to Hanceville, Ala., to face national powerhouse Wallace State on Thursday, Feb. 5. The first pitch of the doubleheader is scheduled for 3 p.m. Motlow Bucks 2015 Baseball Schedule The Bucks have scheduled 56 games during the regular season, with
The Aaron’s Sales and Lease Student of the week for 23 January 2015 is Kylie Brown. Kylie is in seventh grade at Coffee County Middle School in Coffee County. She is the daughter of proud parents Megan and Ricky. She was nominated for this award because she set the example for other students to follow and is representative of the school’s motto, respectful, responsible and prepared. She enjoys going places with friends and family. Her favorite subject in school is math because she finds it to be easy. She plans on being a veterinarian when she gets older. Kylie was presented with a plaque (courtesy of K&S Trophies of Tullahoma) and a set of tickets to an up-coming Nashville Predators game. Congratulations to Kylie Brown, the Aaron’s Sales and Lease Student of the Week.
Boys Columbia 8-0 16-5 Lawrence County 6-2 15-5 Shelbyville 5-3 9-11 Franklin County 4-4 11-10 Lincoln County 3-4 7-14 Tullahoma 1-7 3-16 Coffee County 0-7 4-18
Girls Lawrence County 8-0 19-3 Shelbyville 6-2 15-7 Tullahoma 5-3 14-7 Lincoln County 4-3 10-11 Coffee County 2-5 11-10 Franklin County 1-7 5-17 Columbia 1-7 8-11
After a shaky start, the Tullahoma Lady Wildcats led visiting Shelbyville 9-7 with 1:40 remaining in the first quarter and seemed on track to hold serve on their home court. The Eaglettes scored the next 12 points and never looked back on their way to a 50-44 win Tuesday night at The Lair. Despite closing the second quarter with seven
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Tennessee won for the seventh time in eight games, grinding past Missouri, 59-51, on Saturday night. Junior Armani Moore had a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Vols to their second SEC road victory in as many chances this season. Tennessee is now 11-5 overall and 3-1 in the SEC. Missouri fell to
After falling behind 21-5 with one minute remaining in the first quarter, the Tullahoma Lady Wildcats outscored Franklin County 62-31 Friday night on their way to a 67-52 win in front of a large, loud crowd at Franklin County High School. With the victory, the Lady Cats (14-6, 5-2) maintain their position in second place in District 8-AAA, tied with