Area Sports

Big Red Tigers Basketball Ready For New Season

Last year, the basketball season didn’t go as planned. This year there is a new coach, a new attitude and a new look for the Tigers. Keith Runyon has taken over as the head basketball coach and he is excited about the coming season. Coach Runyon will be assisted by Martin Hensley and John Valle.…

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LHS Marching Tigers Shine at State Competition

The LHS Marching Tiger Band competed this past Saturday in the Tennessee Division 2 State Marching Band Championships at Stewart’s Creek High School in Smyrna. At this competition, bands compete against each other based on school enrollment, regardless of band size. Out of 24 bands in competition, the Lexington Band finished in… For complete coverage, see…

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LHS Lady Tigers Ready for Season

Another basketball season approaches, and the Lexington Lady Tigers are looking forward to what should be a very successful season. The Lady Tigers have had a good off-season and they are looking forward to hitting the hard wood and starting a new season. Coach Bianca Hensley is starting her 6th season as head coach, at…

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Foul Lines to Field Goals

Last week, Maryland Football got flipped upside down for what feels like the 1,000th time this year. DJ Durkin was fired as the head coach, just a day after the President of Maryland said he was ok. This all goes back to the spring, and I’m sure if you follow college football you’ve heard this…

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UT Martin Skyhawks “Sports Minute”

The UT Martin football season is done. What was supposed to be a down year, has crashed and burned. With a close loss to tenth ranked Jacksonville State, the Skyhawks have fallen to 1-8 this season, with the only win coming to Austin Peay. We’ve talked about the problems the Skyhawks have had all seasons.…

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Tigers End Season With 2-8 Record

For the first time since 2007, the Lexington Tiger football team has failed to make the playoffs. Lexington traveled to Chester County, last Friday, with a chance to clinch the 4th and final playoff spot in Region 6-4A. After a 21-12 loss, those hopes vanished and the season came to an early ending. As it…

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“Be The Rock”

As we began church services this past Sunday morning, the date on the bulletin drew us into reflection. October 28, 2018, marks the one-year anniversary of Drew Crossett’s unfortunate and untimely death. Although the relationship with our Scotts Hill Family was brief, his impact was immense. We could not leave his legacy as just another…

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Coaching Search Finally Ends for Scotts Hill Softball

Last week, the Lions named their interim head coach Drew Dance and interim assistant, Mallory Bell. Less than 24 hours after it was announced, Mallory Bell resigned, on her own, and a search was on to find another assistant. Jessica Weeks was asked to come in for an interview and passed with flying colors. “The…

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LHS Tiger Band Has Great Outing at Bethel Invitational

Lexington’s Marching Tiger Band performed at the Bethel University Renaissance Marching Invitational last Saturday. The Marching Tigers placed 2nd in its class. The Band also received 1st place for percussion, 2nd place guard and 3rd place field commander. The final competition will be this Saturday at the Tennessee Division 2 State Marching Championships. Once again,…

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Lions Season Ends at 2-8

The Scotts Hill Lions season ended last Friday on a wet Senior Night. The Lions needed the win to secure the final playoff spot in Region 6-2A. The Lions battled back to a five-point game late in the fourth quarter, but they were unable to make the stop at the end of the game, when…

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