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, TN – After five successful seasons as head football coach at Northeast High School, Isaac Shelby has returned to where he played and started his coaching career as he was named the new head coach at Clarksville High School, February 5th in an official presentation in the school cafeteria.
Shelby replaces Ken Busbee, who resigned on December 4th, 2013 after three seasons at the helm of the Wildcats football program.
Northwest’s Tramon Moore scores 35
Clarksville, TN – Tramon Moore scored 20 of his game-high 35 points in the second half — January 28th at the William Workman Gymnasium — to power Northwest High School, as they broke open a one-point point halftime lead into a 68-50 District 10-AAA victory over the Clarksville High School Wildcats.
Northwest (6-16, 3-8 District 10-AAA) looked like it was going to go into halftime down two points to the Wildcats, but Moore banked in a three from about 28-feet out as the buzzer sounded to give the Vikings a 27-26 lead at intermission.
Clarksville, TN – Kenwood High School recorded scoring runs of nine and 11 points in the first quarter against Clarksville High School, January 24th in their District 10-AAA matchup, and were never threaten by the Wildcats in a 72-41 victory.
The game was only tied once, 3-3, after the Knights (17-4, 8-1 District 10-AAA) Daniel Norl and Clarksville High’s Teal Young traded three’s to open the game.
Norl would score 12 of his game-high 20 points in the opening quarter.
Clarksville High Wildcats win another district team dual wrestling title with 42-33 victory over West Creek Coyotes
Clarksville, TN – When Tommy Badon took over as coach of the Clarksville High School wrestling program he knew of the history and success the program has had in the past with district championship after district championship.
Well, he and his Wildcats squad continued that tradition, January 21st at the William Workman Gymnasium, as CHS won its 18th straight district team dual championship with a 42-33 result in the finals versus West Creek High School.
Clarksville High’s J.J. Jones scores 35
Clarksville, TN - Clarksville High School’s J.J. Jones scored a career-high 35 points, January 17th at the William Workman Gymnasium – including 10 of those points coming in the two overtime periods – to lead the Wildcats to an 86-80 District 10-AAA victory over the Northeast High School Eagles.
Jones twice scored four straight points in the overtime periods for the Wildcats (7-12, 3-5 District 10-AAA), but none bigger than his last four points of the night coming in the final 1:18 to put Clarksville high up three possessions with only 34 seconds left in the game.
Clarksville, TN – Although the night didn’t start like they wanted it to, the Clarksville High School wrestling team sent its 12 seniors out with a victory, January 16th at William Workman Gymnasium on Senior Night, as they defeated West Creek High School 36-28 after falling to Wilson Central High School 51-22 in the opener.
Wilson Central defeated West Creek in the night’s other match, 72-6.
Clarksville High and West Creek both won seven weight classes in their head-to-head matchup, but where the Coyotes only came away with two pins in its victories over the Wildcats, CHS was able to collect five pins in its wins.
Clarksville, TN – Two late free throws by Tyriek Cheatham gave Clarksville High School a one-point lead, January 7th, but it wasn’t until a miss at the buzzer by West Creek High School that the Wildcats were able to seal away a 73-72 District 10-AAA overtime victory over the Coyotes.
Cheatham’s free throws with 19.2 seconds left gave Clarksville High (6-10, 2-3 District 10-AAA) the lead in the overtime period after West Creek had led by as many as three points in the extra stanza following a bucket by Jachin Almon, with 1:41 left.
Clarksville, TN – Rossview High School picked up its first ever win at the William Workman Gymnasium, January 3rd, as it survived two last-second three-point field goal attempts by Clarksville High in defeating the Wildcats 56-53 in a District 10-AAA thriller.
The Hawks (4-5, 3-1 District 10-AAA) held a slim 54-53 lead, with 32 seconds left, following a driving baseline jumper by Javon Vaughn.
Clarksville High (5-10, 1-3 District 10-AAA) missed on its next possession and fouled the hawks leading scorer Julian Thompson-Clay with 17.4 seconds left – sending him to the line to shoot two free throws.
Nashville, TN – Clarksville High School put together an 11-2 run, early in the fourth quarter December 26th at the Willie Brown Memorial Tournament versus tournament host Father Ryan High School, to rally past the Fighting Irish for a 52-50 victory, to extend its win streak to five games.
The Wildcats (5-7) trailed Father Ryan 39-36, with 7:21 left in the game, following one of two free throws by the Irish’s Griffin Bumpus.
But Clarksville High would score eight straight points on two baskets each from J.J. Jones and Cameron Stiff – all coming off assists from Jeff Webb, who drove into the paint and dumped the ball off to the open man when they stepped up to try to take a charge.
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