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The CHS Lady Raider soccer team played Franklin County on Sept. 24. Both teams seemed determined to not let the other score as the defenders from both teams swarmed the ball. It took till the final minute of play for either team to be able to punch through, but when they did there were shots…

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The Coffee County Middle School played White County on Sept. 22 for the team’s final regular season game. The Red Raiders came into the game undefeated and had been blowing out teams all season as the Warriors visited Coffee County in an attempt to give the team its first loss.

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The CHS volleyball team played in county rival Tullahoma on Sept. 23 for the second time this season. This time, however, the Cats would travel to Coffee County Central. The Red Raiders swept Tullahoma in the first meeting of the two teams and had won quite a few tough matches since then. Th…

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The Red Raiders returned to the field on Sept. 18 as the Siegel Stars traveled to Coffee County. The Red Raiders were coming off of a tough loss to the Blackman Blaze two weeks prior and were coming off a bye week. The Red Raiders did not waste any time scoring in the first quarter as Conner…

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The Coffee County Middle School continued their undefeated season on Sept. 15 as the team traveled to Warren County to take on the Pioneers. The Red Raiders had been putting on an offensive show the past few weeks scoring nearly 28 points in the first half alone during the time period. The R…

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The Westwood Rockets travelled to Cannon County to take on the Lions on Sept. 17. The Rockets were coming off of a big win against Eagleville the week prior that gave them the DRVC crown. The team normally has a potent running attack orchestrated by eighth grader Jayden Carter. The Lions app…

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The Middle School Red Raider volleyball team defeated Warren County in two sets on Sept. 14. The Red Raiders had visited Warren County earlier in the year and came away with a victory. The team started with an ace courtesy of Tiffany Lamb who would then help facilitate her team’s next three scores.

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The Red Raiders returned to the field after a week-long absence to take on the Siegel Stars on Sept. 18. The Red Raiders got to work early as quarterback Connor Shemwell and runningback Marshall Haney carved up the Siegel defense. Haney showed off his receiving acumen throughout the game but…

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Coffee County Middle School traveled to White County on Sept. 10 to avenge a close loss to the Warriors. Unfortunately the team was unsuccessful as they fell to the Warriors in two sets. Both sets went down to the wire however as both teams were close to the 25 point threshold. The Warriors …

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The Coffee County Cross-country team placed highly during their Sept. 12 meet. The team was the first overall team at the meet, and had five members place within the top four. For middle school girls Sophie McInturff placed first and Ava McIntosh placed fourth. The high school girls had two …

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The Lady Raider volleyball team continued its undefeated season as the team defeated Eagleville on Sept. 9, Shelbyville on Sept. 10, and Columbia on Sept. 12 in three sets each time. To top all of it off Keri Munn became the Coffee County Central High School all-time leader in blocks with 12…

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The Rec Centers fall soccer league has had the turnout necessary to go forward with the season. The draft is scheduled for Sept. 19. Games will begin on Sept. 26 for U6 and U8. U10 will start on Sept. 29. U12 will begin on Oct.1. Each division will play on Saturday, Tuesday, and Thursday res…

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The Coffee County Middle School played against the North Middle Gators on Tuesday, Sept. 8. The Red Raiders were coming off a win against North Middle’s sister school South Middle the week prior and the Raiders were looking to duplicate that success.

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The Westwood Rockets clinched the Duck River Conference on Sept. 10 with a commanding win against Eagleville at home. Both teams were undefeated going into the Thursday night matchup as the Rockets received the opening kickoff. The Rockets marched down the field off of efforts of Jayden Cart…

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The Coffee County Middle School played White County on Sept. 22 for the team’s final regular season game. The Red Raiders came into the game undefeated and had been blowing out teams all season as the Warriors visited Coffee County in an attempt to give the team its first loss.

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The Coffee County Middle School Cross Country team has been placing well in the meets that have occurred during the 2020 season. As such the team was invited to the TMSAA regional qualifier.

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The CHS volleyball team played in county rival Tullahoma on Sept. 23 for the second time this season. This time, however, the Cats would travel to Coffee County Central. The Red Raiders swept Tullahoma in the first meeting of the two teams and had won quite a few tough matches since then. Th…

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The Red Raiders travelled to Cookeville on Sept. 25 to take on the Cavaliers. The Raiders were coming off a win over Siegel and came out ready to play. 

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The Red Raiders returned to the field on Sept. 18 as the Siegel Stars traveled to Coffee County. The Red Raiders were coming off of a tough loss to the Blackman Blaze two weeks prior and were coming off a bye week. The Red Raiders did not waste any time scoring in the first quarter as Conner…

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The Coffee County Middle School continued their undefeated season on Sept. 15 as the team traveled to Warren County to take on the Pioneers. The Red Raiders had been putting on an offensive show the past few weeks scoring nearly 28 points in the first half alone during the time period. The R…

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The Westwood Rockets travelled to Cannon County to take on the Lions on Sept. 17. The Rockets were coming off of a big win against Eagleville the week prior that gave them the DRVC crown. The team normally has a potent running attack orchestrated by eighth grader Jayden Carter. The Lions app…

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The Lady Raider high school volleyball team continues its dominant season as the group downed both Lincoln County and Columbia. Lincoln gave the Lady Raiders the most trouble so far this season as the team took the Lady Raiders to five games. For Columbia’s part they were able to take one ga…

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The Middle School Red Raider volleyball team defeated Warren County in two sets on Sept. 14. The Red Raiders had visited Warren County earlier in the year and came away with a victory. The team started with an ace courtesy of Tiffany Lamb who would then help facilitate her team’s next three scores.

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The Red Raiders returned to the field after a week-long absence to take on the Siegel Stars on Sept. 18. The Red Raiders got to work early as quarterback Connor Shemwell and runningback Marshall Haney carved up the Siegel defense. Haney showed off his receiving acumen throughout the game but…

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Coffee County Middle School traveled to White County on Sept. 10 to avenge a close loss to the Warriors. Unfortunately the team was unsuccessful as they fell to the Warriors in two sets. Both sets went down to the wire however as both teams were close to the 25 point threshold. The Warriors …

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The Coffee County Cross-country team placed highly during their Sept. 12 meet. The team was the first overall team at the meet, and had five members place within the top four. For middle school girls Sophie McInturff placed first and Ava McIntosh placed fourth. The high school girls had two …

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The Lady Raider volleyball team continued its undefeated season as the team defeated Eagleville on Sept. 9, Shelbyville on Sept. 10, and Columbia on Sept. 12 in three sets each time. To top all of it off Keri Munn became the Coffee County Central High School all-time leader in blocks with 12…

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The Rec Centers fall soccer league has had the turnout necessary to go forward with the season. The draft is scheduled for Sept. 19. Games will begin on Sept. 26 for U6 and U8. U10 will start on Sept. 29. U12 will begin on Oct.1. Each division will play on Saturday, Tuesday, and Thursday res…

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The Coffee County Middle School played against the North Middle Gators on Tuesday, Sept. 8. The Red Raiders were coming off a win against North Middle’s sister school South Middle the week prior and the Raiders were looking to duplicate that success.

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The Westwood Rockets clinched the Duck River Conference on Sept. 10 with a commanding win against Eagleville at home. Both teams were undefeated going into the Thursday night matchup as the Rockets received the opening kickoff. The Rockets marched down the field off of efforts of Jayden Cart…

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As has become the routine for the 2020 season the Coffee County High School has released information on how to get tickets for the game against Siegel, the details of which are as follows:

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The Lady Raiders travelled to Tullahoma on Sept. 2 coming off of a five win streak. The Red Raiders carried this momentum into the matchup as the team scored early and often thanks to the efforts of Kiya Ferrel, Maddie Husted, and Lauren Brandt. The trio had point differentials of 32, 28, an…

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Coffee County Middle School played host to a close volleyball matchup against Westwood on Sept. 3. The first set came down to the wire as the Lady Raiders and the Rockets refused to quit. The set started off slow as the Lady Raiders and the Rockets traded serves. Neither team could get the e…

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The Coffee County Middle School football team continued their strong 2020 season with an away win over South Middle on Sept. 1. The Red Raiders started off quickly by forcing the Trojans into a quick offensive series. Cole Pippenger then led his team down the field for a quick score in the o…

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The Red Raiders ran into a potent offense on Sept. 4, when the team traveled to Murfreesboro to take on the Blackman Blaze. The Red Raiders started on the back foot as Blackman took the opening drive down the field for a quick seven points. The Blaze's quick running backs proved effective ag…

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While the Coffee Pot stayed in Tullahoma this past Thursday, the Coffee Cup will be stored in Manchester for another year, as the Coffee County girls soccer team defeated the Lady Wildcats 4-2 at home on Tuesday.

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The Coffee County Cross Country team had their first meet on Aug. 29. The team is composed of both a middle school team and a high school team. The middle school had a first place finish in both the girls and boys runs with Sophie McInturff and Emmanuel Rodriguez winning each run. The high s…

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The CHS volleyball team won a hard victory against Lincoln County on Aug. 27. Both teams had no trouble scoring as each set ended with over 20 points scored for both Lincoln and Coffee. Coffee came out swinging in the first set scoring quickly thanks to the efforts of Keri Munn and Lexi Brya…

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Coffee County Middle School has started the season strong. The team defeated in county rival Tullahoma at home before traveling to Harris middle school in Shelbyville. There the team won a nail biter against the Golden Eagles with a clutch interception from number four in the closing minutes…

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The CMS volleyball team lost for the first time this season when the Sparta Warriors visited them on Aug. 24. The team seemed not up to their usual form in the matchup as plays that were elementary for them in the matchups prior seemed difficult for the squad. Returns were sent out of bounds…

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The ticket details have been released for Coffee County’s matchup next week against Blackman which are as follows:

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It took awhile for Tullahoma’s offense to get rolling in Thursday’s 42-13 win, but once it did, Coffee County had a hard time slowing things down, as the Wildcats went on to dominate the 95th Annual Coffee Pot Game.

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The high school volleyball team swept visiting Riverdale on Aug. 20. This feat was facilitated by Kiya Ferrel, Lauren Brandt, and Maddie Husted who played the entire length of the one hour match. The triple threat were involved in 40 points apiece per set of the contest beginning with a 25 t…

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The CHS football team had a strong showing in their opening game against Franklin on Aug. 22. The team scored on their opening drive in large part due to the efforts of Quarterback Conner Shemwell and Halfback Marshall Haney. The team’s defense was able to keep Franklin from scoring any poin…

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In an effort to keep the pandemic from spreading at football events the schools have implemented certain restrictions for attendance at the games. The Coffee Pot is taking place on Aug. 28 in Tullahoma and is under such restrictions which are as follows: Due to limited capacity at the Tullah…

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It was all Coffee County during the season opener Tuesday, as the middle school Red Raiders scored early and often and soundly picked up a 34-12 win over Tullahoma. 

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Willowbrook golf course held a three way golf match between Coffee County High School, Shelbyville and Grundy County on Aug. 13. The contest had each school’s teams split off into groups of three with one player from each school on each team. Each player would then attempt to get the best po…

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Coffee County Middle School started its fall volleyball season as Harris visited the Lady Raiders. The first set was a backand forth effort where one mistake would spell victory for the other team. The second set was a class in points off of serves that Coffee County Middle was eager to teach.

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It has been an eventful two months at Fred Deadman Park. The COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to many sporting activities and there was a chance that the annual rec league would befall a similar fate. Thankfully, the rec center and the organizers of the league were able to come up with safety pr…

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As the Summer League season winded down on July 27 the league’s 6U division played its final game of the season as Star Physical Therapy visited Manchester Tire and Brake. The contest began with a bit of offensive trouble from Star. The team wasn’t able to convert many of their hits into run…

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The Manchester Summer Youth League finished their season on July 27 when Clowers Automotive and Powers Storage, two of the best teams in the 12U division, faced off. The game started off quickly for Clowers as the team scored four runs in the opening inning. Powers made their presence known …

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July 27 marked the end of the Manchester Summer Youth League. In the 10U division final game Viam visited State Farm. The game began with an impressive pitching performance from State Farm’s Xander Meeks. Meeks struck out three batters, but Viam’s Bryce Spencer was able to punch through Stat…

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Defense was the key in the July 24 12U matchup between Shelter and Powers Storage. The game began with hits from Shelter players Pressley Booker, Matt Moore, and Ian Smith. All three runners were tagged out however as Powers was able to keep Shelter from scoring. Powers had a bit more succes…

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The baseball action continued on July 24 as Freedom went against KK’s. Both teams found success at the plate as both teams scored two runs in the opening inning. Defensively Freedom seemed to have the early edge as the team was able to catch a few runners at second.

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After inclement weather halted any games the night prior, the baseball action resumed on July 24 when Chico’s visited State Farm in the 10U division. The game began with a pitching display from State Farm. The team was able to strike out every batter that Chico’s put in front of them. State …

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State Farm played against Viam in a 10U matchup on July 16. Both teams had done well in the division leading up to the matchup, but it appeared that Viam had a run of bad luck for this game. The game began with State Farm striking out each batter that Viam fielded. State Farm then topped tha…

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The Manchester Youth Baseball League’s 6U division continued on July 16 with Manchester Tire and Brake visiting Cooper Sports. The first inning saw some explosive scoring from Manchester Tire. Gunner Floyd, Kyran Perry, Owen Holder, Jace Spencer, Knox Cashion, Brodie Ahlijah, and Kharter Chi…

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The summer baseball action continued on July 17 when Clower Automotive visited People’s Bank in the 12U division. People’s Bank started off strong with two runs being scored by Cole Shedd and Kaysen Lowery. Clower matched that production with runs scored by Voj Rollman, Caleb Crouch, and Kai…