Clarksville, TN – Leading by just four points heading into the final quarter of its District 10-AAA game, December 10th at William Workman Gymnasium, the Kenwood High Knights opened the final period with a 12-2 run on its way to a 59-50 victory over the Clarksville High Wildcats.
Daniel Norl and Kenya Mosley combined for 10 of the 12 points for Kenwood (6-1, 2-0 District 10-AAA) during that key run – starting with a bucket by Norl at the 7:46 mark and ending with a three by Mosley with 5:05 left in the game to make it 54-40.
Big second half’s by Haley Bearden, TaTayana Outlaw lead Clarksville High Lady Wildcats past Kenwood Lady Knights
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s Haley Bearden and TaTayana Outlaw combined for 25 of their 32 total points after halftime, December 10thin a District 10-AAA contest at William Workman Gymnasium, to lead the Lady Wildcats past Kenwood High School, 53-41.
Leading by one at halftime, 17-16, Outlaw kept the Lady Wildcats (2-5, 2-0 District 10-AAA) in front of the Lady Knights by scoring 10 of their first 12 points of the second half to give CHS a 29-27 lead, with 3:05 left in the third quarter.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School head football coach Ken Busbee turned in his resignation, December 4th, after three years at the helm of Montgomery County’s oldest football program.
Busbee had an overall record of 14-17 and 13-10 in District 10-AAA play in his three years, with only one trip to the post season coming in his first year, a 34-22 first-round loss to Beech High School.
“Coach Busbee met with the players and informed them that he had turned in his resignation,” Clarksville High athletic director Shannon Cummings said. “Coach (Derek) Crass was agreed to step in an interim head coach.
Northeast High School Eagles score final five points to edge Clarksville High Wildcats in District 10-AAA opener 56-54
Clarksville, TN – After leading for most of the night, it was Northeast High School that had to rally in the final minute of its District 10-AAA opener, December 3rd, as the Eagles edged the Clarksville High Wildcats, 56-54.
Northeast (4-3, 1-0 District 10-AAA) led by as many as 13 points in the first half against the Wildcats, but saw themselves down 54-51 – with 1:11 left in the game – after Clarksville High had put together a 10-0 run in a span of a 1:48.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s girls basketball team came into its District 10-AAA opener against Northeast High December 3rd still looking for its first win of season, but the Lady Wildcats held the Lady Eagles to single-figure scoring in three of the four quarters in picking up a 55-38 victory.
The victory is the 14th straight by Clarksville High (1-5, 1-0 District 10-AAA) over Northeast dating back to the 2008-09 season.
Clarksville, TN – Coming off a breakout junior season, Clarksville High School baseball player Brady Cook has signed with NCAA Division II Union University – out of Jackson, TN – to continue his career on the baseball diamond after his prep career is completed.
“I’m excited to know where I’m going and to have the decision out of the way,” Cook said. “It’s like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders and now I can just focus on my senior year and go out and do the best that I can.”
Clarksville High School golfers Hunter Richardson, Megan Beane sign with UT Martin Skyhawks, Memphis Tigers
Clarksville, TN – After finishing two outstanding prep careers at Clarksville High School, golfers Hunter Richardson and Megan Beane made their college intentions official — in a signing ceremony on November 22ndin the school’s cafeteria — with Richardson signing with the University of Tennessee-Martin and Bean with the University of Memphis.
Richardson is coming off his best year at CHS, winning both the District 10-AAA and Region 5-AAA individual titles, with finishing tied for eighth place at the TSSAA State Golf Championships with a four-over par 148 (72-76).
Clarksville High School All-State Pitcher Heather Norris signs with Austin Peay State University Lady Govs
Clarksville, TN – For the past three years Clarksville High School pitcher Heather Norris has made a name for herself in the pitcher’s circle and at the plate for the Lady Wildcats, helping lead CHS to its first ever state tournament appearance last season, as well as earning multiple All-State honors.
With her senior season just a few months away, the right-hander won’t have to worry about what her future may hold at the next level, as she signed her NCAA Division I Letter of Intent, November 15th, to play her collegiate career for the Lady Govs at Austin Peay State University.
Clarksville High School Wildcats see fourth-quarter lead slip away in Hall of Fame Game loss to Beech
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School boys basketball team picked a bad time to go almost two and a half minutes without a field goal, November 12th at William Workman Gymnasium, as Beech High School rallied for a four-point Hall of Fame Game victory over the Wildcats, 57-53.
Leading 46-45 following a basket by Tariq Silver with 4:07 to go in the game, Clarksville High (0-1) wouldn’t score again for the next 2:26, while the Buccaneers hit four of five free throws over that stretch to take the lead for good, 49-46.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s girls basketball team got into an early hole, November 12th in its Hall of Fame Game versus Beech High School at William Workman Gymnasium and never recovered, as the Lady Bucs hit five first-quarter, three-point field goals to its way to a 57-40 victory over the Lady Wildcats.
Falon Baker would hit four – all in a row — of the five first-quarter 3’s, as she led the way to the Lady Bucs (1-0) a 14-2 run over the final 3:25 of the opening quarter to break open a 8-7 advantage out to a 22-9 lead after the first eight minutes of play.
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