Today is Thursday, March 5, 2015
CU's Hall voted 1st team All-MSC CU's Hall voted 1st team All-MSC

Murfreesboro native --
FRANKFORT, KY -- Cumberland junior Chelsey Hall was voted First Team All-Mid-South Conference in a vote of league coaches announced Wednesday night during the banquet for the conference championships that begin Thursday at the Frankfort Convention Center.

A Murfreesboro native and a graduate of Blackman High, Hall ranks third in the Mid-South in scoring at 15.7 points per game and also ranks third in steals (2.04), seventh in 3-pointers made (50) and eighth in assists (3.08).

Read More »
  • CU's Hall voted 1st team All-MSC CU's Hall voted 1st team All-MSC

    Murfreesboro native --
    FRANKFORT, KY -- Cumberland junior Chelsey Hall was voted First Team All-Mid-South Conference in a vote of league coaches announced Wednesday night during the banquet for the conference championships that begin Thursday at the Frankfort Convention Center.

    A Murfreesboro native and a graduate of Blackman High, Hall ranks third in the Mid-South in scoring at 15.7 points per game and also ranks third in steals (2.04), seventh in 3-pointers made (50) and eighth in assists (3.08).

    Read More »
  • CU HOOPS -- MSC tourney opens Thursday CU HOOPS -- MSC tourney opens Thursday

    CU men face play-in game
    FRANKFORT, KY -- Cumberland's basketball teams will open play in the Mid-South Conference tournament Thursday with games at the Frankfort Convention Center in Frankfort, Ky.

    Coach Lonnie Thompson's men open the tournament at 11 a.m. CT as the eighth-seeded Bulldogs (9-20) tangle with ninth-seeded Shawnee State (Ohio) (10-18) in a play-in game. The winner advances to play top-seeded Pikeville (25-4) in the first of four quarterfinal games Friday at 1 p.m. CT.

    Read More »
  • 'Dogs make six errors in Sunday loss 'Dogs make six errors in Sunday loss

    Cumberland to host Union Tuesday
    LEBANON -- Josh Beams doubled twice, drove in a pair of runs and scored twice and Marcus Howard scored three times, as Indiana University Southeast defeated No. 1 Cumberland, 15-9, in a three-plus hour seven-inning game Sunday at Ernest L. Stockton Field-Woody Hunt Stadium.

    The second game of the doubleheader was called because of poor field conditions and approaching darkness after four complete innings and thus was not an official game. IUS was leading in that contest as well, 7-3.

    Read More »
  • Dine with the 'Dogs moved to March 19 Dine with the 'Dogs moved to March 19

    Unique quilt offered for auction --
    UPDATE -- Bowing to concerns over the weather, Cumberland baseball's annual "Dine with the 'Dogs" kickoff dinner / auction has been moved to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 19 at the Benton Jennings Center on the CU campus.

    "There's nothing we can do about the weather," said Cumberland baseball coach Woody Hunt. "I hate that we've had to postpone the dinner twice now, but we don't want to take a chance on someone getting hurt."

    Read More »
  • Central girls, LHS boys eliminated Central girls, LHS boys eliminated

    Lady 'Cats fall to Rossview --
    MT. JULIET -- Liz Quinio's reverse layup with six seconds left proved to be the game-winner Wednesday afternoon as Rossview defeated Wilson Central 41-39 in the semifinals of the Region 5-AAA tournament at Mt. Juliet High. With the win, the Lady Hawks improved to 23-7 and earned a berth in Thursday's 6 p.m. region finals against District 9-AAA champ Mt. Juliet.

    Read More »
Mt. Juliet falls in AAA quarterfinals | Mt. Juliet Lady Bears, Ashley Roby, Troy Allen, basketball, Region 5-AAA, Kendall Spray, Ronjanae DeGray, Raeyana DeGray, Austin Brown,
Mt. Juliet falls in AAA quarterfinals | Mt. Juliet Lady Bears, Ashley Roby, Troy Allen, basketball, Region 5-AAA, Kendall Spray, Ronjanae DeGray, Raeyana DeGray, Austin Brown,
Rae DeGray
Mt. Juliet falls in AAA quarterfinals

Lady Bears end season 32-3 --
MURFREESBORO -- An 11-3 run early in the fourth quarter helped No. 1-ranked Blackman hold off Mt. Juliet 58-48 in the Class AAA quarterfinals of the BlueCross Basketball Championships at MTSU's Murphy Center.

The loss was the first in 2015 for the Lady Bears and snapped a 22-game winning streak for the Region 5-AAA champions.

 Read more...
Friendship's Taylor signs with Bethel | Austin Taylor, Friendship Christian School, Bethel University, football, Commanders football, 2014 Mr. Football,
Friendship's Taylor signs with Bethel | Austin Taylor, Friendship Christian School, Bethel University, football, Commanders football, 2014 Mr. Football,
Austin Taylor
Friendship's Taylor signs with Bethel

2014 DII Mr. Football Finalist --
LEBANON -- Friendship Christian senior Austin Taylor signed scholarship papers Wednesday Morning with Bethel University in McKenzie, an NAIA program in the Mid-South Conference.

Taylor, a finalist for Division II Mr. Football, rushed for over 1,900 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior -- helping lead the Commanders to a record of 10-2 and a berth in the second round of the TSSAA playoffs.

 Read more...
Watertown hoops teams exit regional | Seth Price, Watertown, Tigerettes, Region 4-A, basketball, Purple Tigers, Bobbie Staats
Watertown hoops teams exit regional

Tigerettes fall to PCHS in semifinals --
WATERTOWN -- Pickett County went on a 30-11 second quarter run on the way to a 75-46 victory over Watertown's Tigerettes in the Region 4-A semifinals Wednesday evening.

 Read more...
Binns there, done that! | Mike Binns, TSSAA wrestling, John Kramer, Sean Sesnan, 152-pound class, Williamson Expo Center, wrestling, Wilson County sports,
Binns there, done that! Read more...
CU baseball opens weekend series
CU baseball opens weekend series

Better bring a blanket --
Weather permitting, Cumberland University will open the home baseball schedule today as No. 9-ranked Missouri Baptist visits Ernest L. Stockton Field for a three game series.

Today's first pitch is set for 2 p.m. followed by a 12 Noon doubleheader on Saturday.

Fans are advised to visit gocumberlandathletics.com updates on the series with the impending cold weather scheduled for the area.

 Read more...
21 locals will vie for state crowns | TSSAA wrestling, Wilson Central wrestling, Mt. Juliet wrestling, Lebanon wrestling,
21 locals will vie for state crowns

TSSAA wrestling tournament opens --
Based on their regional performances, 21 Wilson County grapplers have qualifed for the TSSAA State Championships this week in Franklin.

Elimination rounds started Thursday afternoon at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center with medal rounds on tap Saturday.

 Read more...
FCS girls end season with loss | Friendship Christian School, FCS basketball, Lady Commanders, USN,
FCS girls end season with loss

46-29 decision at University School --
NASHVILLE -- Friendship Christian's Lady Commanders saw their basketball season come to a close with a 46-26 loss at University School of Nashville Tuesday in the opening round of the Division II East-Middle Regional.

 Read more...
CU announces 24 football signees | Cumberland University football, Donnie Suber, Hoover High School, Zack Dover,
CU announces 24 football signees

Three from Central, 3 from Hoover, Ala. --
Cumberland football coach Donnie Suber released an initial listing of 24 signees who are expected to enroll this fall, including 17 from the state of Tennessee and eight from Middle Tennessee.

Three out-of-state signees hail from Alabama football power Hoover High School.

Signees include:

 Read more...
CU baseball plans poster day | Cumberland University baseball, John Essary, Woody Hunt, Coach Woody Hunt, Bulldogs baseball, NAIA baseball, Avista-NAIA World Series, CU baseball,
CU baseball plans poster day Read more...
WCHS falls in Class AAA finals | Wilson Central wrestling, 2015 TSSAA duals
WCHS falls in Class AAA finals

Wildcats to host regionals this weekend --
FRANKLIN -- Wilson Central's 19-match winning streak was snapped in Saturday's finals of the Class AAA State Duals. The Wildcats fell to 44-3 on the season following a hard-fought 35-26 loss to Cleveland at the Williamson County Expo Center.

The Blue Raiders won the state title for the third straight year with all three wins coming over Wilson Central. The first time these two teams met in the finals back in 2013, the Wildcats won just one match and mustered only four points.

 Read more...
Jordan named CU bowling coach  | Lynne Jordan, Cumberland University, Lebanon High School, CU bowling, Lebanon High bowling, Ron Pavan,
Jordan named CU bowling coach

former coach at Lebanon High --
Cumberland University Director of Athletics Ron Pavan announced Thursday the hiring of Lynne Jordan as the school's men's and women's bowling coach effective immediately.

Jordan has spent the last four seasons as the boys and girls bowling coach at Lebanon High School.

 Read more...
UPDATED -- Local sports in brief | Lebanon TN Parks & Recreation, Lebanon Youth Sports, Jennifer Wilson, Mt. Juliet High volleyball, volleyball skills camps, Cumberland baseball, Benton Jennings Center, Mt. Juliet High baseball, Mark Purvis, Jeff Bennett, Lebanon High baseball, Blue Devil baseball,
UPDATED -- Local sports in brief

UPDATE -- baseball dinner moved to March 19 -- The Cumberland University baseball team will host its annual Kickoff Dinner and at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 19 in the Benton Jennings Center on the CU campus.

The evening will include a silent and live auction of baseball memorabilia as well as other donated items, with all proceeds benefitting the CU baseball program. Cost of the event is $25 per person. For more information contact coach Woody Hunt at 615-547-1366 or email whunt@cumberland.edu.

 Read more...
D-II all-district honorees named | Wilson County TN basketball, Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, Wilson Central, Mt. Juliet Christian Academy, Watertown, Friendship Christian School, Abbey Hinton, Dallus Whitfield, Division II basketball
D-II all-district honorees named

Tournament opens Thursday, Feb. 5 --
The coaches of the TSSAA East-Middle District (1-A) of Division II have released the 2014-2015 all-district teams.

They are as follows:

All District Boys Basketball
MJ Christian: Landon Boyd

 Read more...
Locals commit to OVC schools | Taye Davis, Lebanon High football, Justen Dubay, Mt. Juliet High football, OVC, Austin Peay, APSU football, University of Tennessee at Martin, UTM football,
Locals commit to OVC schools

Davis to APSU, Dubay to UTM
Lebanon High senior tailback Taye Davis has verbally committed to continue his football career and education at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville.

He is expected to ink his National Letter of Intent during ceremonies planned Wednesday, Feb. 4 -- National Signing Day.

 Read more...
FCS repeats as DII bowling champion | Friendship Christian School, DII state champions, Smyrna Bowling Center, Coach Mark Strickland, Cole Buttrey, McCallie School,
FCS repeats as DII bowling champion Read more...
Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software