Area Sports

Tisdale Garnering Praise for Upcoming Football Season

Article by Blake Franklin- In a recent posting made by the Ole Miss athletics staff regarding Tariqious Tisdale, a recent former Lexington High School football player, it was stated that “I’m hearing that if there was one player to predict that is going to have that breakout season this year on defense it’s Tariqious Tisdale.…

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Life Without Sports-the March Sadness Edition

Article Submitted- As America battles the Coronavirus, much of what we have become accustomed to in our daily life is being cancelled, postponed or is much different from what we are used to. Life without sports is one of those daily things. It is so incredibly strange to millions of us to have to exist…

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Green-to-Tee Coaching Now Allowed by TSSAA

Article by Blake Franklin- In researching about a new proposed rule change, for Tennessee high school golf matches, I came across this article online. With a recent voting by the TSSAA, coaches are now allowed to coach their players from Green-to-Tee starting in the Fall 2020 season. The formal proposal, which was submitted by Gallatin…

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Tennessee Young Sportsman Turkey Hunt Scheduled for Late March

Release- NASHVILLE — The 2020 Young Sportsman Spring Turkey Hunt is the perfect way to get your youth outside the weekend of March 28-29. The youth season kicks off this year’s spring turkey hunting season in Tennessee. The regular spring turkey hunt starts the next weekend on Saturday, April 4 and continues through Sunday, May…

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TWRA Suspends In-Person Service at Offices, All Services Online or by Phone

Release- Nashville – In response to the COVID-19 and in order to comply with social distancing recommendations from the CDC and Governor Bill Lee, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is suspending in-person service at all TWRA offices. Until further notices offices will not be open for walk in service. People can still call any office,…

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Tigers Upended by Riverside Panthers

Article by Kortney Mallard- Lexington hosted Riverside last Tuesday night and were defeated, 5-3. The Tigers got things moving in the first inning when Braden Myracle singled. Lexington scored 1 run in the second inning and another in the third inning. Riverside tied the game in the fifth inning and scored early in the sixth…

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SH Lions Split Games Against Chester County

Article by Kortney Mallard- Last Monday night, Scotts Hill opened their season by traveling to Chester County. In this game, the Lions were defeated, 16-0. Scotts Hill then hosted Chester County last Tuesday night. The Lions defeated Chester County in this game, 16-11. Nathan Lewis and Tyler Crews each had 3 hits apiece. Nathan Lewis…

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Lady Tigers Start Season with Victory

Article by Kortney Mallard- Lexington traveled to Adamsville last Tuesday night and were victorious, 6-4. In this game, Lexington had a five-run lead in the fourth inning. Adamsville scored four runs in the sixth inning but failed to come back. The Lady Tigers started in the first inning with Kennedy Brown batting an RBI. Cadey…

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Lady Lions Participate In Sara Beth Whitehead Memorial Tournament

Article by Kortney Mallard- Last Friday night, Scotts Hill traveled to Jackson to play in the Sara Beth Whitehead Memorial Tournament. The Lady Lions’ first game was played against Munford. Selena Williams took the 9-0 win for Scotts Hill, giving up only one hit and striking out one. The Lady Lions scored three runs in…

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Lady Lions Softball Season Underway

Article by Kortney Mallard- Scotts Hill is ready for the 2020 softball season. Last year, the Lady Lions were 7-14 overall and 3-7 in district play. The Lady Lions are looking to improve on this record and advance further in the tournaments this season. Last Saturday, the Lady Lions participated in the West Tennessee play…

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