Topic: Montgomery Central High School Indians
Clarksville, TN – The tight race in District 10-AAA high school boys basketball came to an end last Friday. A new regular season champion was crowned and the runner up was part of a three-way tie. Although one race is done, the District 10-AAA Tournament will be another one decided by a photo finish.
Since 2015 began, the Northwest Vikings (16-10) have won 7-of-10 games. It was enough for them to become this season’s District 10-AAA regular season champion. After defeating the Henry County Patriots for the second time this season last Tuesday, the Vikings finished the season with a 65-71 loss to the Springfield Yellow Jackets.
Clarksville, TN – The last week of the local high school basketball regular season is here. Only two district games remain before the district tournament, which means only two chances left to grab the regular season championship and the number one seed.
After last weeks games, there is a new team sitting at the top. However, the hold of the top spot is tenuous at best with five teams still within two games of each other.
Clarksville, TN – Half of the District 10-AAA high school boys basketball teams have a legitimate shot at this season’s regular season title with only four district games remaining. Several teams got crucial wins last week to keep them in title contention.
Only two games separate six of the eight teams and four of the teams are tied for the top two spots in the district, separated by only one game. All the teams are sprinting toward the finish line. It will come down to a photo finish to determine the regular season champion.
Clarksville, TN – Local high school basketball teams passed the midway point of their season at the beginning of the new year with a chance to improve in the second half. Some of the boys basketball teams have taken advantage of the opportunity and some have lost the momentum they gained in the first half of the season.
With three weeks left in the regular season, the competition in District 10-AAA is both heated and fluid. Only two games separate the top six teams, all of whom are at least .500 in district play. Currently, two teams are tied at the top of the rankings. In short, with six games left for most of the teams, the regular season championship is up for grabs.
Clarksville, TN – The new year brings resolutions, colder weather and the second half of the local high school basketball season. Competition on the court intensifies as the teams primarily play district opponents.
The healthiest team who makes the fewest mistakes will be the regular season champion and have momentum for the post season tournaments.
Here is how the boys teams have performed so far.
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 – 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.
Clarksville, TN – It was cool outside Friday, March 14th, but the bats were hot at Northeast High School when the Eagles hosted the Montgomery Central Indians. The baseball diamond echoed with the distinct “tink” of metal hitting rawhide as the two teams lit up the score board.
However, when the last echo from the last hit died after seven innings, it was the Indians’ bats smoking in victory. The Indians earned their first win of the season, 10-5, over the Eagles.
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.
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