CHS golf competes at Shelbyville
Central High School golf traveled to Shelbyville's Riverbend Golf Course on Thursday, September 12, to take on both Shelbyville and Tullahoma.
The boys' team took second in the 18-hole match behind the Golden Eagles with a score of 367. This was three strokes ahead of the third-place Wildcats. The girls' team lost to both opponents in a nine-hole match.
The Red Raiders were once again led by the combination of Chris Robinson and Logan Hale, who both finished with scores of 88. Chase Hancock followed with a 92, ahead of David O'Connor's 99. Avery Hill finished the day with a 134.
Westwood football falls to Cascade on homecoming
Westwood Middle School football was back at Dyer-Bouldin Field on Thursday, September 12, to take on Cascade. Back in town off a win over Community the week before, the Rockets were unable to follow up and fell 22-0 to the Champions on homecoming night.
Cascade got on the board with 28 seconds left in the first quarter. A missed two-point conversion put the Champions up 6-0 on the Rockets.
In the second quarter, Brayden Dixon broke free for a 55-yard run to the end zone, only for it to be called back on a holding call against the offense. The Rockets were unable to repeat the play and turned the ball over on downs.
With one second left in the half, the Champions picked up another touchdown and two-point conversion to lead Westwood 14-0 at the intermission.
Despite some impressive defensive plays including a fumble recovery from Luke Keele, the Rockets were unable to find a touchdown in the second half.
CMS volleyball falls to White County
Coffee County Middle School volleyball returned home on Thursday, September 12, to take on White County. The Lady Raiders were unable to pick a set in a 2-0 loss.
In the first set, CMS fell to the Lady Warriors 25-20. The girls forced a win-by-two situation late in the second set, but could not keep the match alive and were defeated 26-24.