Today is Tuesday, July 22, 2014

MJ, FCS at home tonight

Share: 
  Email   Print
Related Articles

REGIONAL OPENERS ON TAP

Mt. Juliet and Friendship Christian have the luxury of playing at home tonight as TSSAA region tournament play cranks up.

The No. 2-ranked Lady Bears narrowly won the District 9AAA championship earlier this week and will host Springfield, the No. 4 team out of District 10AAA, in a 7 p.m. game tonight at “The Cave”.

Miss Basketball finalist Caya Williams rattled in a 25-foot buzzer-beater at the end of overtime Monday to lift Mt. Juliet to a 50-48 victory over Station Camp in the District 9AAA tournament finals. Battling from behind for most of the game, Mt. Juliet finally caught Station Camp at 42-all on a bank shot by Williams in the final 1:30 of regulation. Williams led the Lady Bears with 25 points.  Mt. Juliet comes in 28-2 on the season.

Friendship Christian, the 8A tournament runner-up, is set to entertain Clay County tonight at the Bay Family Sportsplex. Friendship Christian fell to 17-9 overall with a 44-32 loss to Red Boiling Springs Monday in the 8A championship game at Gordonsville High School.

Wilson Central and Lebanon -- two teams that played in the 9AAA consolation game -- will both be on the road tonight.

Wilson Central (23-4), the third place team in 9AAA, will travel to Montgomery County tonight for a regional game vs. Rossview, the 10AAA runner-up.

Lebanon High’s Devilettes (16-11) and the fourth place team in 9AAA, will play at 10AAA champion Clarksville High tonight.

Monday night in Gallatin, Wilson Central’s Lady Wildcats ran out to a comfortable lead and never looked back in a 50-38 victory over Lebanon High. Heather Hall paced Wilson Central with 17 while Ieshia Hassell added 14. Julia Fox led Lebanon High with 13 points while Marissa Jennings finished with 11.

Read more from:
General Sports
Tags: 
None
  Email   Print
Powered by Bondware
Newspaper Software | Website Builder