Topic: Clarksville High School
The Wildcats have allowed only two runs in their back-to-back victories.
Clarksville High’s Donnie Everett gave the Indians trouble on both sides of the ball. As the starting pitcher for the Wildcats he subdued the Indians with four solid innings of work. Everett allowed just one run and six hits. He made six kills and walked only two batters.
Clarksville, TN – The sun was out and the last remnants of snow had finally melted away for the beginning of the high school baseball season Monday, March 10th.
Among the many local teams playing on freshly- raked, red clay, two recent champions squared off for their first game of the season.
Clarksville, TN – The regular season concluded and the District tournaments commenced last week. From eight teams in the quarterfinals to four in the semis, and finally both the Boys and Girls District 10-AAA Tournament Champions were crowned on Monday and Tuesday.
Now, the tournament champions and three teams on both sides will begin competition in the Region 5AAA Tournament at Rossview High School beginning Friday, February 21st.
Clarksville, TN – Kenwood High School’s Daniel Norl knocked down a 10-foot jumper with 2.6 seconds left, February 18th at Rossview high School, to lift the Knights to a District 10-AAA tournament title for the second time in the school’s history, 57-55, over Henry County High School.
Even with the go-ahead basket by Norl, Henry County still had a final chance at a tie or winning bucket after calling their final timeout with two seconds left and needed to travel the length of the court.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville High Lady Wildcats mounted a rally to overcome a 16-point deficit in the fourth period, but the rally fell short. The West Creek Lady Coyotes were able to howl in victory after taking down the Lady Wildcats 54-52 in the District 10-AAA Girls Basketball Tournament Consolation game.
The win ranked the Lady Coyotes as the 10-AAA third seed and the Lady Wildcats as the fourth. They will both advance to Regionals, the Lady Wildcats playing the District 9 top seed and the Lady Coyotes playing the third.
Clarksville, TN – Deep, dominant and balanced are just a few adjectives used to describe the Rossview Lady Hawks basketball teams. Now, for the first time in school history, writers can add District 10-AAA Tournament Champions. The Lady Hawks defeated the Kenwood Lady Knights in the District 10-AAA Girls Basketball Tournament Monday night at Rossview High School 63-35.
The win advances the Lady Hawks to the Regionals as the District 10-AAA number one seed. As a result they will play the District 9 fourth seed Friday, February 21st.
Clarksville, TN – In 2010, Dr. Joseph B. Trahern Jr. donated a couple of crude, limestone statues to Austin Peay State University.
The pieces, which had belonged to his late mother, were sculpted by the prominent folk artist William Edmondson, the first African-American artist to have a solo show of his work at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
Those donated works, worth tens of thousands of dollars, helped jump-start the University’s burgeoning folk art collection, and they have made the entire community a destination for art enthusiasts.
Clarksville, TN – At 4:00pm Saturday, February 15th, the first tip-off of the District 10-AAA Girls Basketball Tournament Semifinals took place at Rossview High School. Four teams including the top-seeded Rossview Lady Hawks competed for a chance to get to the Championship.
When the nets settled and the last echoes of sneakers squeaking on hardwood finally faded at the end of the day it was the Lady Hawks and the Kenwood Lady Knights who got the wins and advanced to the Championship game.
Clarksville, TN – Senior Daniel Norl scored seven straight points in the third quarter, February 14th in the opening round of the District 10-AAA tournament, to rally top-seeded Kenwood High School past a stubborn Clarksville High squad, 57-44.
Kenwood (22-5), ranked 10th in the state’s Associated Press Poll in Class AAA, led 27-20 at halftime, but saw Clarksville High explode out of intermission by going on a 13-0 run – over the first 2:20 of the second half – to take the lead from the Knights, 33-27.
Clarksville High School students to compete in State-Wide Poetry Contest at Austin Peay State University
Nashville, TN – Along with 14 other Tennessee schools, students from Antioch High School, Franklin Road Academy, Overton High School, Battleground Academy, Fairview High School, John Paul II High School, Clarksville High School and Cookeville High School will participate in the 2014 Tennessee Poetry Out Loud State contest.
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