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HIGH SCHOOL TRACK CHS (Kani Johnson) @ Spring Fling, 4 p.m. MANCHESTER YOUTH BASEBALL Makeup games from Monday, May 18, TBA
HIGH SCHOOL TRACK CHS (Taylor DeBerry) @ Spring Fling, 3 p.m. COFFEE COUNTY FAST PITCH ASSOCIATION 6U – K&D Rebar vs. H&H Farms, 5 p.m. 8U – Peoples Bank vs. K&D Rebar, 5:55 p.m. 10U – DC Homes vs. State Farm, 7:15 p.m. MANCHESTER GIRLS SLOWPITCH SOFTBALL Tiny Tots Gullet’s Towing vs. H&G Farms, 5:30 p.m. Urgent Team vs. Dr. Detail, 6:30 p.m. J&K Market vs. Gilley’s Construction,
By Jake Kreulen, sports writer After 20 years of coaching, the past 12 years as a head coach, and 351 victories, Coffee County’s Terry Floyd is going to start spending a lot more time with his family. Floyd announced Wednesday he is stepping down as head coach of the Lady Raider softball program. “I’ve been doing this a long time, and I have enjoyed every bit of it,” Floyd said.
By Jake Kreulen, sports writer Haley Hinshaw blasted the second pitch of Friday’s sectional softball game over the leftfield fence. But the Coffee County Lady Raiders (30-8-1) could not manufacture any more runs and suffered a 2-1 loss at Ooltewah Friday to see their season end in the sectional round. A win would have moved CHS to the TSSAA Spring Fling this week in Murfreesboro. Coffee County could not hold
Coffee County Central freshman Sarah Pearson established four new personal-best times and tied another one Monday as she finished seventh at the pentathlon meet at the TSSAA Spring Fling at Middle Tennessee State University. Pearson eclipsed her previous record marks in the 100-meter hurdles (17.73 seconds), 800-meter run (2:38), long jump (14’ 9 1/4”) and shot put (25’ 2 1/2”), while clearing 4’8” in the high jump as she become
By Jake Kreulen, sports writer The Oakland Patriots remained undefeated on the season, but Coffee County Central pushed them to the brink in a 2-1 overtime decision in the Region 4-AAA soccer semifinal Tuesday, May 12, that saw the Raiders wrap up the season at 11-11 overall after a second-place finish in the District 8-AAA regular season and tournament. While it was not a winning record for CHS, the .500
By Jake Kreulen, sports writer Spring football practice wrapped up Thursday night as the Coffee County Central Red Raiders hosted Franklin County in a scrimmage at Dyer-Bouldin Field. While not everything went as planned – the Raiders had four fumbles on the night – Coffee County reached the end zone three times while limiting Franklin County to one trip across the goal line. In addition to securing the football better,
Coffee County Middle’s Samuel Prater and Austin Farris carded the two lowest scores of the Central Tennessee Conference golf tournament Wednesday at Bear Creek with a 36 and 37, respectively, but it was not enough as Tullahoma cruised to a 163-177 victory. Christopher Robinson fired a 50 to lead Westwood, while teammate Austin Burch shot a 55 on the day. Tullahoma had three of the top five boy’s finishers in
By Jake Kreulen, sports writer Like two heavyweight boxers standing toe-to-toe trading punches in a title fight, Coffee County’s Brianna Jones and Veronica Westfall of Siegel slugged it out in the pitcher’s circle in Wednesday’s Region 4-AAA championship game in Manchester. Jones more than stood her ground with 15 strikeouts and only one earned run allowed, but Westfall got in the last punch as the Lady Stars escaped with a