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.
Clarksville, TN - When Austin Peay State University women’s basketball team hosts Middle Tennessee, the crowd won’t just be there for a basketball game.
The 11:00am, Wednesday tip-off will bely a day-long Education Day initiative at the Dunn Center, with Austin Peay athletics partnered with Clarksville-Montgomery County School System’s STEM Education Coalition, a nation-wide organization aiming to improve the way student’s learn science, mathematics, technology and engineering.
Clarksville, TN – The weekly Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department Recreation Report provides Clarksvillians with a glimpse at the activities and events that are available from the Parks and Recreation Department for them to enjoy together as a family.
This weeks highlights include: Christmas on the Cumberland, Walk with Me Tennessee Program, Indoor Aquatic Center Toddlers Event and Youth Dodgeball League returns, Giving on the Cumberland, Christmas Cookie Bake-Off, Community Centers get in the holiday spirit.
Clarksville Montgomery County School System cancels After school Activities, Games and Practices due to Weather
Montgomery County, TN – Due to expected weather conditions later today, all after school activities and games for today have been canceled for the Clarksville Montgomery County School System (CMCSS).
Any school practices must be concluded by 5:30pm.
Clarksville, TN – The City of Clarksville’s Christmas on the Cumberland, a Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 Event for the sixth year in a row, is sure to create lasting memories this holiday season as thousands experience the captivating displays of over one million lights to include trees wrapped in new blue lights!
Join the City of Clarksville and US Bank as we celebrate Christmas on the Cumberland’s 15th year with a grand opening ceremony, Tuesday, November 26th, 2013 at 6:30pm at McGregor Park’s RiverWalk.
Clarksville, TN – Run the football and play solid defense.
It is a simple formula for success for the Northeast Eagles and on Friday night in playoff quarterfinal action at Gallatin, the Eagles used it again to overpower the Gallatin Green Wave 27-14.
Dontavious Merriweather and Montrell Pardue provided a potent one-two punch on the ground for the Eagles that the Green Wave could not contain.
Taylor Senseney’s last-second basket lifts Northwest High School Lady Vikings to one-point victory over LaVergne Wolverines
Clarksville, TN – Northwest High School’s Taylor Senseney knocked down a 12-foot jumper with 3.8 seconds left, November 22nd at the Willard Ross Memorial Gymnasium, to complete a fourth-quarter come-from-behind victory as the Lady Vikings defeated the LaVergne High School Wolverines, 43-42.
Senseney’s game-winner for Northwest (1-4) came after LaVergne’s Jasmine Smith’s driving layup with 25 seconds left had put the Wolverines up 42-41.
Early deficit more than Northwest High School Vikings can overcome in 86-62 loss to LaVergne Wolverines
Clarksville, TN – Northwest High School’s boys basketball team fell behind 7-0 after the first two minutes of play, November 22nd at Willard Ross Memorial Gymnasium, to the LaVergne High School Wolverines and never recovered in a 86-62 loss.
LaVergne (3-0), one of the favorites to win District 7-AAA, exploded out of the gate right away getting a game-opening layup from Charles Sutton just seven seconds into the game.
Clarksville’s Kenwood High School Lady Knights Scoreless First Period leads to 75-47 loss to Ensworth Lady Tigers
Clarksville, TN – The Ensworth High School Lady Tigers outscored the Kenwood High School Lady Knights 14-0 in the first period and went on to win the game 75-47.
Seven different Lady Tigers scored in the game, including four who scored in double figures.
Kennesha Nichols led all scorers with 22 points. She made two 3-pointers in the game. Brittany Smith scored 17, Brielle Smith scored 15 and Jordyn Cambridge added 11.
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