After capping off a record-breaking regular season and winning both their district and regional tournaments, several players of the CHS golf squad have been given all-district honors.
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For the first time in 10 years, the Coffee Middle and Westwood soccer teams met on the field. In the what is now known as the Manchester Cup, the Lady Raiders blew out the Lady Rockets 7-1.
Coffee County golf won a hard-fought regional tournament Monday, Sept. 17. The Red Raiders were considered the favorites to win but had to edge past a strong round by rival Tullahoma by two strokes to claim the title.
The Red Raiders Central High School football team went to McMinnville Friday night with a 0-3 record and having gained less than 100-yards of offense in each of their last two games. Those problems disappeared against the Warren County Pioneers.
Thursday was a busy evening for many area school teams. Sports action included high school and middle school soccer as well as middle school volleyball.
Coffee County volleyball had their smokers at the ready when the Lady Jackets came buzzing to Central High School Thursday night. CHS won with a 3-1 match victory.
Looking for their first district win of the season, Coffee County Central High School hosted the Columbia Central Lady Lions for a district showdown Tuesday night. Coming into the game, the Lady Raiders had recorded five straight draws in district play and had been dealing with several injur…
Local sports saw action at both the high school and middle school level on Tuesday. The Lady Raiders volleyball team hosted Warren County at Joe Frank Patch Gym. Coffee County cross country hosted a meet featuring both middle and high school teams. On the road, Westwood volleyball played War…
Local teams saw action on Thursday despite the stormy weather. The Lady Raiders soccer team went to Franklin County to take on the Rebelettes. In North Franklin, the Coffee Middle Lady Raiders played a rain-delayed soccer game against the Lady Gators. Down the road in South Franklin, Coffee …
The Red Raiders golf team hit the links Wednesday for the final regular season home match of the season. Not only was it a makeup match against rival Tullahoma, it was also the team's senior day.
Tuesday evening saw local sports action at both the high school and middle school level. The Coffee County Central Lady Raiders soccer team traveled to Warren County while the Coffee County Middle Red Raiders football team went down to South Franklin.
The Westwood Rockets and Coffee County Middle Lady Raiders renewed their cross-city volleyball rivalry Tuesday evening. The match at Westwood's refurbished gym went to three sets.
The Coffee County Red Raiders continued their successful season today at the 40th Keith Maxwell Invitational in McMinnville. The team finished with a score of 328 to finish just behind Cookville's 320.
The offensive woes that have plagued the Coffee County Central High School Red Raiders to start the 2018 football season continued Friday night.
Abigail Layne served up 11 aces and Kiya Ferrell had 7 kills to lead the Coffee County Central High School volleyball team to an easy 3-0 win over visiting Franklin County on Thursday, Aug. 30.
The success that the Coffee County Central High School golf team has had up to this point of the 2018 season has created a culture of high expectations.
After falling behind 1-0 in a best-of-five District 8-AAA match with visiting Columbia, the Lady Raiders rallied behind 15 kills from Keri Munn and six service aces from Abigail Layne to pick up a 3-1 win Tuesday, Aug. 28 at Joe Frank Patch Memorial Gymnasium.
All of the bad luck the Coffee County Middle School Red Raider football team has endured over the first half of the season finally reversed course Tuesday (Aug. 28) night in Shelbyville.
TULLAHOMA - Tullahoma started fast, Coffee County could never get its offense going and the 93rd annual Coffee Pot rivalry ended in blowout fashion with Tullahoma on top 48-8.
Coffee County finally solved its scoring woes Thursday night against visiting Tullahoma. But a second-half comeback by Tullahoma left Coffee County Central with a 5-4 loss in the annual “Coffee Cup” soccer game in Manchester.
Coffee County took a tough loss in its season opener Friday, 22-14 to the Rebels of Franklin County. Here are three takeaways from the first game of the year.
After a scoreless first half, the Central High School Lady Raiders and Franklin County Rebelletes each tacked up a goal on the board before lightning ended their District 8-AAA match in Manchester with a 1-1 draw Thursday, Aug. 16.
Coffee Middle School went into halftime within striking distance of visiting Warren County Thursday, Aug. 16, but the Lady Pioneers pulled away with a pair of second half goals to get the 4-1 CTC conference win over the Lady Raiders.
Coffee County Central High School’s Red Raider golf team played its best match of the season Monday, carding a season-low 299 to easily outpace Tullahoma, Franklin County and Shelbyville at WillowBrook Golf Course.
Coffee County Central's golf team cruised to a pair of victories in Fayetteville Thursday, easily outpacing district rivals Lincoln County and Marshall County in a nine-hole match.
Austin Farris carded an even par 36 and Josh Perry shot a 38 to lead the Coffee County Central High School Red Raider golf team to a 162-170 win over Shelbyville Tuesday at WillowBrook Golf Course.
Despite carding its best combined round of the young season, the Coffee County Central High School golf team lost its first match of the season Tuesday, 293-301 against the Cookeville Cavaliers.
Coffee County Central High School's golf team stayed hot on Monday (July 30), carding a 315 to beat eight other teams and take first place in the Lawrenceburg Invitational.