Tullahoma is in a unique geographical situation, in that the city borders three different counties. One of those counties is Bedford, and when Shelbyville and Tullahoma square off in athletic endeavors, its is usually highly competitive and a little bit nasty. Friday night should be no exception when the Wildcats and Lady Cats head west down Highway 41-A to take
A Coffee County doctor with a Mississippi address was shot multiple times in downtown Manchester on Wednesday afternoon around 12:50pm. Dr. Harry A. Bartee was in the law offices of Rogers, Duncan and North on the square in Manchester. According to Manchester Police the doctor was there with his wife Brenda Bartee for a meeting, and that’s when shots were heard around the square. Two deputies from Bedford County were shopping at Toliver’s Pawn and Jewelry when they heard the shots and ran to the location three doors down. 47-year-old Brenda Bartee of Tullahoma was seen holding a 40 cal. hand-gun, and Dr. Bartee was on the ground bleeding from being apparently shot by his wife.
The Tullahoma Lady Wildcats opened District 8-AAA play, and extended their winning streak to four straight games with a 48-44 win over Franklin County Tuesday night in Winchester. The Wildcats are still searching for their first victory, but had a strong second half in a 45-27 loss to the Rebels. The Lady Cats trailed for much of the night, including
The Tullahoma Wildcats and Lady Cats will open their District 8-AAA basketball season when they travel to Winchester to face Franklin County on Tuesday, Dec. 3. Tipoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. and both games will be broadcast live on The Ticket. Both the Wildcats and Lady Cats participated in last weekend’s Thanksgiving Tournament at the gym on Jackson Street.
AUBURN, Ala. – Auburn’s Chris Davis returned a missed field goal attempt 100 yards for a touchdown on the game’s final play to give fourth-ranked Auburn (11-1 overall; 7-1 in the Southeastern Conference) a 34-28 win over top-ranked Alabama (11-1 overall; 7-1 SEC) on Saturday afternoon before a crowd of 87,451 at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Visit RollTide.com. Quarterback AJ McCarron completed
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee finished the 2013 on a winning note, posting a 27-14 victory at Kentucky. The Vols finish Butch Jones’ first season at the helm with a 5-7 record overall and a 2-6 mark in the SEC. Visit UTSports.com. The win broke Tennessee’s 11-game SEC road losing streak and 12-game overall losing streak dating to a 2010 win
The Motlow Bucks rolled into the holiday weekend by winning their third straight game 96-57 over non-conference opponent Lindsey Wilson College at Copperweld Arena Tuesday night. Visit MotlowSports.com. Motlow (4-6, 2-3) led 31-7 with seven minutes left in the half and was never threatened. The Bucks had five players in double figures, with Josh Stroud leading the way with 16
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Vol Nation as stayed tried and true to the Vols through the 2013 season which has been filled with ups and downs. Butch Jones made sure to point out he appreciates what he calls the ‘best fans in America.’ Visit UTSports.com. “I would like to thank our fan base. Outstanding. We are up in attendance,” Jones began