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On Friday, February 3rd, Coffee County traveled to Warren County. The Lady Raiders fell to Warren 42-48. Check out the full story available in the next edition of The Manchester Times. 

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Tuesday Jan. 31 was Senior Night at Joe Frank Patch Memorial Gymnasium. Before the ceremony, the Lady Raiders faced off against Franklin County and won 72-30. Check out the full story available in the next edition of The Manchester Times. 

On Tuesday,  Jan. 24, the Coffee County Raider Wrestling team held their Senior Night while hosting Rockvale and Warren Co.. The ceremony was held before matches began  to honor CCCHS Senior Wrestlers.

It looked like a Red Raider win near the end of the game on Tuesday night (Jan. 24).  A hard fought, back and forth contest went down to the wire.  Near the end of the fourth, Warren Co. took a 52-50 lead, but Cooper Reed scored a 3 putting the Raiders up by one with 40 seconds on the clock. 

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At Shelbyville Central, the Coffee County Lady Raiders won 61-28. Check out the full story availible in the next edition of The Manchester Times. 

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On Tuesday Jan. 24, the Coffee County Lady Raiders won over Warren Co. in a nail biter 32-19. 

On Tuesday, Jan. 17, participants in the Raiderette Junior Dance Clinic performed the routine they learned at the Sunday clinic during halftime of the Lady Raider basketball game. 

On Jan. 17, the Raiders opened district play hosting Shelbyville winning 51-47. Then the boys traveled to Franklin County and returned home with a win of 60-48. 

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Last week, the Coffee County Lady Raiders hosted Shelbyville before traveling to Franklin County days later. The Lady Raiders won over both teams in their district games. 

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On Friday, Jan. 20, Coffee County traveled to Franklin County for a district game. The Lady Raiders won over Franklin County 62-23.

Coffee County Central High School Wrestling hosted Cookeville and Shelbyville on Thursday, January 12th. The team split at home falling to Cookeville 66-15 while winning over Shelbyville 54-29. 

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From Jan. 9-13, Coffee County Middle School Basketball played in the Central Tennessee Conference tournament consisting of West, Harris, North, Warren Co. and South. All games were held at North Middle School.

The CCMS Raiders fell to both Rockvale and Community across the first week in January. The team traveled to Rockvale on January 3rd followed by visiting Warren County on January 5th.

On Tuesday January 3rd, Coffee County Wrestling faced off against Cascade and Page. While winning over Cascade 39-27, Coffee ultimately fell to Page 60-18.

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On Thursday, Jan. 5, the Lady Raiders traveled to Lincoln County for non-district play. Coffee County was originally scheduled to host Cane Ridge on Tuesday, Jan. 3, but the game was canceled because of inclement weather. 

The CCCHS Raiderette Dance Team is to host their annual Jr Dance Clinic on Sunday, Jan. 15. Participants will have the opportunity to perform at the Lady Raiders Basketball game on Tuesday, Jan. 17.

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A Tullahoma man rand in the new year by leading Coffee County Sheriff’s Department in a pursuit and eventually drawing a firearm on law enforcement.   

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A Tornado Watch is in effect until 5 p.m.  for Coffee County by the National Weather Service. Other counties included are BEDFORD, CANNON ,COFFEECUMBERLAND, DE KALB, FRANKLIN, GILES,  GRUNDY,  LAWRENCE, LINCOLN,  MARSHALL, MAURY,MOORE, PUTNAM, RUTHERFORD, SMITH, VAN BUREN, WARREN, WHITE and WILSON

The 2023 Coffee County Central High School Football schedule has been finalized and set for at least 10 games for Red Raider Football.

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Leading up to Christmas, the Coffee County Basketball teams played five games across only four days. All games played were won by Coffee County. The Lady Raiders won over Polk County 63-18, East Hickman 53-37, and Moore County 57-28. The Raiders traveled around to defeat Harriman 60-42 and L…

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Coffee County Middle School Wrestling home meet will be this Thursday at 6 p.m. in the middle school gym. The team will faceoff Tullahoma.  

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Coffee County Central High School Cheerleaders Liza Johnson and Anna Jones alongside CCCHS Raiderette Audrey Barton were all named the honor of All American by Varsity Spirit. 

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Local middle schools, Westwood Middle School and Coffee County Middle School, were joined by Warren County, Tullahoma and North Middle School for a volleyball playday July 16.

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Coffee County Central High School’s dance team attended the Universal Dance Association (UDA) camp in Huntsville, AL. The team showed their Red Raider spirit and brought home spirit sticks, 3rd place in home routine, an All American, many ribbons, and the Superior Award. 

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Hendon Hooker is starting quarterback for University of Tennessee. Last season Hooker managed 31 scoring tosses and only three interceptions– but what is truly incredible is his story. 

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The Coffee County Track and Field team met with many other teams across the state at MTSU in Murfreesboro on May 26 for the State Championship track meet.

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On May 23, the Coffee County Middle School golf team faced off against Tullahoma in the CCJGA Middle School Invitational. Coffee County defeated Tullahoma to win the title.

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On May 25, the Lady Raiders met with the Stewarts Creek Lady Red Hawk at McKnight Park in Murfreesboro. The Coffee County girls’ season came to a crushing end, as the win slipped through their hands late in the game, resulting in a loss for the Lady Raiders in a final score of 3-0.

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On May 25, the Lady Raiders' State Tournament run came to an end. Through the mist and rain, the Coffee County team fought hard against the Stewarts Creek Lady Red Hawks, however, had the win slip through their hands, falling to their opponent with a final score of 3-0. 

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The Lady Raiders met with the Springfield Jackets on May 24 at McKnight Park in Murfreesboro, TN for the first game in the State Tournament. Despite being fueled with ambition and excitement, the Coffee County girls were outmatched by their Springfield opponents, falling to the adversary wit…

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They Lady Raiders faced off against the Smyrna Bulldogs on May 20, in a contest to earn a spot in the State Tournament. The game stayed relatively close until the Coffee County girls put up four runs in the sixth inning, clinching the lead and victory over their opponents with a final score of 7-2.

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On May 18, the Lady Raiders took to the Warren County field to face off against the Lady Pioneers. The Lady Pioneers had bested the Coffee County girls in their last two meetings previously, however, the streak was broken as the Lady Raiders defeated them 6-2. 

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On May 11, the Lady Raiders met with the Warren County Lady Pioneers needing to win two to be called district champions.  It was not meant to be, as the Lady Raiders would fall in a heartbreaker in the first game giving up 4 runs in the sixth inning to fall to the Pioneers 4-3.

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At the Section 2 Championship Track Meet in Cookeville, on May 10, some of the CCCHS track and field athletes performed well enough to qualify at the state level. Some of these athletes, too, broke personal records in their respective events.

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On May 9, the Coffee County Red Raiders baseball team’s top performers were recognized at the All District Honors Awards. Between two District Tournament games, athletes from the four teams in the district were recognized for their incredible athleticism.

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May 11 was an emotional and exhausting night for the Red Raiders, as they faced off in a double header with the Franklin County Rebels for the right to be called District Champions.  With their backs to the wall, the Red Raiders had to complete a difficult task; beat a strong Rebels team in …