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Ahead of Central High School girls' soccer's matchup with Franklin County on Thursday, September 12, the team had still not lost a home game in 2019. Down 1-0 with under 15 minutes to play, a pair of late goals put the Lady Raiders ahead for a 2-1 victory over the Rebelettes. 

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Ahead of Central High School volleyball's match against Oakland on Monday, September 9, the team had not yet lost a set at home in the 2019 season. The Lady Patriots forced a fourth set, but the Lady Raiders survived for a 3-1 match win. 

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The Central High School Red Raiders came into their game on Friday, September 6, off of a tough 35-0 Coffee Pot loss to Tullahoma the week before. The team's offensive struggles once again emerged as the Raiders fell to the Blaze 65-0. 

High school basketball season is a few months away, but local players still saw recent success at the AAU level. The Central Tennessee Tide eighth grade girls team won the Nike National Championship in Atlanta earlier this summer. 

The last time Central High School girls' soccer took on Columbia Central, the Lady Raiders fell to the Lady Lions 3-2 at home in the 2018 district final. CHS got its revenge on Tuesday, Sept. 3, with a 6-1 victory in the team's first home game of the season. 

Coffee County Middle School and Westwood Middle School renewed their crosstown volleyball series on Tuesday, September 3. The Lady Raiders held off a resilient effort from the Lady Rockets in the second set to win the match 2-0.

Central High School cross country traveled to the Hermitage on Saturday, August 31, to compete in the Voyles Classic. The event featured teams from across Middle Tennessee, with more than 1,200 runners in attendance. 

The Elementary Cross Country race league held its first race of the 2019 season on Thursday, August 29. The event featured a girls' race and a boys' race and was held at the Manchester Soccer Complex, with teams from ten Coffee County elementary schools in attendance. 

Central High School football returned home to Carden-Jarrell Field on Friday, August 30, to take on Tullahoma in the 94th edition of the Coffee Pot rivalry game. The Red Raiders were unable to find a touchdown in a 35-0 rout at the hands of the Wildcats.

Westwood Middle School football returned home to Dyer-Bouldin Field on Thursday, August 29, to take on Fayetteville. An offensive surge for the Tigers in the second half put the Rockets in trouble on the way to a 32-7 defeat. 

Coffee County Middle School football came into this week's game 0-3 and on losing end of some close finishes to start the season. This did not stop the Red Raiders from a dominant 36-6 home victory over conference foe Harris on Wednesday, August 28.

Manchester resident Dillon Tosh recently competed in the 2019 World Doubles Trap Shooting Championship in Sparta, Ill. Tosh had a standout run through the ten-day event to take first place and win the title.

Coffee County Middle School volleyball traveled to Sparta on Monday, August 26, to take on White County. The Lady Raiders fell in straight sets to the Lady Warriors for an 0-2 loss. 

Central High School football traveled to Winchester on Friday, August 22, to start the 2019 season against Franklin County. The Red Raiders battled through heavy rain and kept it close through three quarters, but could not keep up down the stretch in a 42-20 loss.

Central High School volleyball traveled to Whitwell High School on Wednesday, August 21, for its first away match of the regular season. The Lady Raiders powered through three sets for another 3-0 win to open 2019. 

On this week's Coffee Chat, Coffee County Soccer League President Jamie Norris talks about the upcoming fall season, from player numbers and getting more coaches to the refurbishments at the Manchester Soccer Complex.

Central High School volleyball was back home at Joe Frank Patch Gymnasium on Tuesday, August 20, for its first district match against Shelbyville. Once again, the Lady Raiders did not surrender a set for a 3-0 match victory. 

Central High School volleyball kicked off the 2019 season at home on Monday, August 19, against cross-county rival Tullahoma. A dominant first set put the Lady Raiders up early on the way to a 3-0 match win over the Lady Cats.

Westwood Middle School football returned to Dyer-Bouldin Field on Thursday, August 15, to take on Eagleville. The Rockets were unable to repeat the success of last week's win over Cannon County and fell to the Eagles 28-8. 

Coffee County Middle School football traveled down to Tullahoma on Monday, August 12, for its second game of the season. The Raiders kept it close, but a late Tullahoma touchdown sealed a 14-6 loss in the rivalry game.

Central High School girls' soccer continued to prepare for the 2019 season on Saturday, August 10 at Coffee County Raider Academy. The Lady Raiders hosted a scrimmage playday that saw the varsity team finish with two wins and a tie. The JV team also had one loss and two ties through the day'…

Since she was young, Coffee County's Lauren Tomberlin had always hoped to get the chance to play college softball. This past season, Tomberlin lived that dream as a member of the Motlow State Community College Lady Bucks. 

Both of the local middle school volleyball teams got on the court for preseason scrimmage action on Saturday, August 3. Coffee County Middle School volleyball and Westwood Middle School volleyball competed in the Lady Raider Mayhem Tournament, hosted at Central High School's Joe Frank Patch …

One day after lightning cancelled the Blue/White game, Westwood Middle School football was back on the field in Wartrace on Friday, August 2, to compete in the Cascade Jamboree. The Rockets took on Eagleville for their scrimmage matchup and survived in the final minutes for a 6-6 tie.

Central High School football returned to scrimmage action on Friday, August 2, for a home matchup against Stewarts Creek. Strong offensive play put the Red Raiders up early, but the Redhawks battled back to defeat CHS 20-10.

Coffee County Middle School football continued to prepare for the 2019 season on Thursday, August 1. The Red Raiders hosted Whitworth-Buchanan for a scrimmage at the CMS practice field and won 21-12.

The Coffee County Claybusters brought home another national championship this week. The team competed in the American Trapshooting Association AIM Grand American World Trapshooting Championships and won a team title. The Claybusters also brought in two additional top-three finishes.