Topic: Clarksville High School
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s girls basketball team extended its season-best win streak to three games, Saturday, December 20th at William Workman Gymnasium, as they cruised to an easy 55-12 victory over Fort Campbell High School.
Literally, right from the opening jump ball the Lady Wildcats (6-8) were in control of the game, as Ellie Treanton scored four seconds into the contest on a layup after the opening tip.
It would be 4-0 Lady Wildcats when Fort Campbell (0-8) would get its first points of the game, on a jumper from the right wing by Charisse Fairley, with 5:39 left in the opening quarter, but that would be as close as the Lady Falcons would get.
Clarksville, TN – District competition continued to heat up in week 5 of the girls high school basketball season. Only one game separates the top four teams in District 10-AAA, with two teams yet to lose a district game.
However, the top four are thriving at the expense of the bottom four. At the bottom half of the race, two teams have won only won game and two have yet to capture their first district win.
Clarksville, TN – A buzzer beating shot, clutch free throws, a defensive stop or a run in overtime, the boys basketball teams are doing whatever they can to get wins early this season. A lot of them have already found their formula for success. However, a few are still looking for what it takes to get just a single win.
The battle in District 10-AAA is hot and heavy, but not as hot as the team sitting at the top of District 11AA.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville High School Wildcats welcomed wrestlers from 13 other schools to William Workman Gymnasium Saturday for Slamfest 2014. Then, the Wildcats did their best to beat them all by earning a top spot in their pool in the morning and advancing all the way to the championship match at the end of the day.
However, the Wildcats were not the big cats that clawed their way into becoming the Slamfest 2014 champions. When the dust settled on the mats at the end of the day it was the Arlington Tigers who roared in victory. The Arlington Tigers defeated the Clarksville High Wildcats 40-28 in the Slamfest 2014 championship match.
Clarksville, TN – At 9:00am Saturday morning, wrestling squads from 14 different schools converged at William Workman Gymnasium in Clarksville High School for the 2014 Slamfest. In addition to the Wildcats, the Rossview Hawks, Mt. Juliet Bears and last years Slamfest winners, the Cookeville Cavaliers were among the teams participating in the event this year.
As usual, the first half of the day consisted of all the teams competing in pools. The top three finishers in each pool advance to the elimination rounds in the second half of the day, leaving only 12 teams.
Clarksville High Wildcats hand Northwest Vikings first District 10-AAA loss in double-overtime thriller
Clarksville, TN – Two free throws by JJ Jones with 1.7 seconds left in double overtime, Friday, December 12th at William Workman Gymnasium, capped a 12-point rally by Clarksville High School, as the Wildcats handed Northwest High School its first District 10-AAA loss of the season, 91-86.
Clarksville High (5-5, 2-2 District 10-AAA) trailed the Vikings 51-39 heading into the fourth quarter, but scored 12 of the first 14 points of the period – including seven by Avery Bates – to cut the deficit back to just two points, 53-51, with 5:48 left in regulation.
Clarksville High Lady Wildcats’ offense overwhelms Northwest Lady Vikings in District 10-AAA showdown
Clarksville, TN – A 12-2 run, starting near the end of the first quarter, began a dominating performance by the Clarksville High School girls basketball team, Friday, December 12th at the William Workman Gymnasium, as they overwhelmed the Northwest High School Lady Vikings in a 65-31 District 10-AAA victory.
The Lady Wildcats (5-8, 3-1 District 10-AAA) only held a one-point advantage, 9-8, as they neared the final minute of the opening quarter; but a bucket by Ellie Treanton – with 1:10 left in the period – started a run that pushed the Clarksville High lead out to 21-10, with 6:18 left in the first half.
Austin Peay State University’s Grant Leaver, Ed Bunio, Bob Bradley selected for APSU Athletic Hall of Fame
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Clarksville, TN – One of the greatest golfers in the Governors illustrious history plus a former football standout who returned to his alma mater to help coach the program to its only Ohio Valley Conference title have been selected to Austin Peay State University Athletics Hall of Fame.
In addition, a former superb basketball player from Austin Peay’s small college era was selected to the Hall of Fame as part of it Honors category.
Grant Leaver, a two-time All-Ohio Valley Conference honoree who won five individual championships and played in the 2008 NCAA East Regional; Ed Bunio, a two-way player who was an All-OVC offensive tackle for the 1964 8-1-1 club and later was the architect for 1977 Governors’ championship defense, have been elected to APSU Athletics Hall of Fame. Meanwhile, Bob Bradley, who was a key member of two College Division NCAA teams in 1960-61, was chosen as this year’s honors inductee.
Clarksville, TN – After a brief break for some Turkey, the girls went back to the court to begin district competition last week.
Last season’s district champs made a strong start to repeat this season with several teams hot on their heels.
The competition is tough so far with only a few teams struggling to find wins.
Clarksville, TN – With the Christmas break looming ahead, local boys basketball teams are lighting up courts with heated competition. District play began last week. Some teams welcomed the chance to get an early edge on their district opponents while others squandered the opportunity.
Last season’s District 10-AAA regular season and tournament champions look like they want to repeat already. The team keeping up with the pace set by the champs so far is finding ways to win close games, surprising everyone.
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