Topic: Hendersonville High School
Clarksville, TN – A basket by Correal Murry, with 21 seconds left capped an 18-point, second-half rally by Northwest High School, Thursday, November 20th at the Willard Ross Memorial Gymnasium, as the Vikings edged the Maplewood High School Panthers, 68-67 for their first victory of the season.
The Vikings (1-4) trailed Maplewood 44-26 at halftime and still by 11 points, 61-50 heading into the final quarter, but opened the final eight minutes of play by scoring the first seven points of the period to get to within four points, 61-57 with 4:25 left in the game.
Clarksville, TN – Northwest High School’s girls basketball team broke open a three-point contest, November 20th at the Willard Ross Memorial Gymnasium, with a 22-point third quarter to power them to a 70-54 victory over Maplewood High School.
The Lady Vikings (1-4) only led by three points, 35-32, at intermission, but scored 16 of the first 20 points of the second half to build a 51-36 lead with 2:38 left in the period.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School held Hendersonville High School to single-figure scoring in three of four quarters, November 18th at the William Workman Gymnasium, as the Wildcats came away with a 59-41 victory.
Despite playing a road game the night before in Nashville, the Wildcats (2-2) defense was dominate in the contest, only allowed the Commandos to score seven points in the first, second and fourth quarters.
Clarksville High on the other hand had more than enough offensive firepower, led by JJ Jones’ game-high 22 points.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School girls basketball team is still looking of its first win of the season after dropping a 53-43 decision, November 18th at William Workman Gymnasium, to Hendersonville High School.
After getting out to an 8-3 lead in the game’s first two-and-a-half minutes, behind a pair of threes from Hannah Goins and Haley Bearden, Clarksville High (0-4) would see Hendersonville go on an 11-0 run to take a 11-8 lead, with 2:26 left in the period.
The two teams would trade baskets over the next minute, but the Lady Commandos (1-0) closed out the first quarter by hitting five-of-six free throws over the final 1:11 to take an 21-12 advantage after the first eight minutes of play.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville High Lady Wildcats came into the Region 5-AAA championship game Wednesday night with seven straight shutouts. The last team to score against them was the Hendersonville Lady Commandos who were now their opponents in the regional championship game.
The Lady Commandos scored, keeping the Lady Wildcats from their eighth shutout. However, the lone goal was not enough to stop the Lady Wildcats from becoming the 2014 Region 5-AAA Champions. The Lady Wildcats defeated the Lady Commandos 4-1 to win the championship game.
Hendersonville, TN – Rossview High School’s soccer team saw its season come to an end, October 20th at Drake Creek Park’s Field of Dreams, with a 6-2 loss to District 9-AAA champion Hendersonville High School.
The Lady Hawks (8-6-1) had trailed 3-0 at one point in the first half, but cut the deficit to 3-2 in the 50th minute on a goal by Kayla Grimes.
The two goals by Rossview were the most given up by Hendersonville since it gave up six goals versus Franklin High School on September 25th.
Clarksville High Lady Wildcats Soccer dispatches Henry County Lady Patriots in District 10-AAA matchup 8-0
Clarksville, TN – Scoring two goals in the first three minutes, September 16th at Hilda J. Richardson Athletic Field, Clarksville High School’s girls soccer team was never threaten in their District 10-AAA match versus Henry County High School in dispatching the Lady Patriots 8-0.
Fans hadn’t even settled into their seats when Clarksville High (10-0-3, 4-0-0 District 10-AAA) got onto the board with their first goal, as just 49 seconds into the match. Salera Jordan put in a rebound of a shot by Ella Baggett for the quick 1-0 lead.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School golfer Sam Davis became the second player from this year’s District 10-AAA boys championship team to sign to play college golf next year, as he cast his lot with Carson Newman College in a ceremony in the school’s cafeteria April 16th.
Davis joins Hunter Richardson, who signed with Tennessee Martin in the fall signing period.
“Sam is our second player to sign this year,” Clarksville High coach Adam Welch said. “I’m tickled about Sam signing and anytime you’re going to a program that is winning their conference title and going to the NCAA tournament — becoming a part of those type teams — is a great accomplishment.”
Hendersonville, TN – For years good girls high school soccer teams from Clarksville had all suffered the same fate when traveling to Hendersonville High School to play the Commandos on their home field – a loss.
Well that all ended October 23rd in the final of the Region 5-AAA tournament, as the Clarksville High School Lady Wildcats thumped Hendersonville 8-2 to win its second consecutive region title.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s girls soccer team exploded for five second-half goals in its Region 5-AAA tournament semifinal match, October 21st at Hilda J. Richardson Field, versus Beech High School to pull away for a 7-1 victory.
With the win, Clarksville High (18-2-2) advances to the 5-AAA tournament finals, October 23rd, where they will face Hendersonville High School (16-5-0) — who defeated Rossview High School in the other semifinal, 2-0.
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