Topic: Stewart County High School
Clarksville, TN – Earlier this year, several of Betty Joe Wallace’s friends and former students gathered in the Austin Peay State University Morgan University Center for a special memorial dinner honoring the late history professor.
On that winter evening, under the warm lights of the center’s ballroom, attendees heard familiar stories about this trailblazing woman who helped found both the African-American Studies and the Women’s and Gender Studies programs at Austin Peay.
$5,000 offered in 1980 Stewart County kidnapping and murder of two teens
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam today announced a $5,000 reward for information leading to the apprehension, arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the kidnapping and murder in 1980 of sisters Carla Atkins and Vickie Stout.
“We believe someone has information that could help solve this case, and we want whoever is responsible for this crime to be brought to justice,” Haslam said. “We ask anyone with knowledge of the case to come forward.”
Clarksville, TN – With graduations over and public school’s out for summer break that can only mean that Austin Peay sport camps are right around the corner.
From June to right before the beginning of the next school year several different sports will be holding youth camps over the break, so no matter what your age, skill level or sport desired there is a good chance you can find one that can help you become a better player.
Clarksville, TN – Law enforcement officers from eight middle Tennessee agencies filled the aisles of Walmart Thursday morning. They were there to help the Stewart County Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) conduct their annual Shop with a Cop event.
Over 50 officers helped 64 underprivileged children from two Stewart County elementary schools shop. Each child was given a budget of $135.00. They were allowed to pick out toys, electronics, clothes, or food.
Ta’Tayana Outlaw’s 25-point effort leads Clarksville High Lady Wildcats to run-away victory over Stewart County
Dover, TN – Ta’Tayana Outlaw proved to be a one-woman wrecking crew for Clarksville High School’s girls basketball team, Monday, December 29th at the Bill Craig Memorial Gymnasium in the final day of the Stewart County Rebel Christmas Classic, as she outscore the tournament host Stewart County High School by herself in a 56-20 victory.
Outlaw finished the game with a season-high 25 points, as the Lady Wildcats (8-8) controlled the paint all night long with a dominating effort in both scoring and rebounding.
Right from the start Clarksville High was in control of the contest, with Hannah Goins knocking down a three just 17 seconds into the contest that would spark with would turn out to be a 14-0 run by the Lady Wildcats to open the contest.
Dover, TN – Clarksville Academy’s boys basketball team only trailed Stewart County High School by three points heading into the final quarter, Monday, December 29th at the Bill Craig Memorial Gymnasium in the final day of the Rebels Christmas Classic, but they were outscored 18-7 in the final stanza to come away with a 65-51 loss.
The Cougars (3-8) entered the final quarter only down three points, 47-44, but only scored one point in the first four-and-a-half minutes of the fourth quarter, as the Rebels (8-8) extended their lead out to eight points, 53-45 with 3:31 left.
Northwest Vikings use speed, height advantage to down Clarksville Academy Cougars in Rebels Christmas Classic
Dover, TN – Northwest High School’s boys basketball team used its speed and height advantage to the fullest, Saturday, December 27th in the opening day of play in the Stewart County Rebels Christmas Classic at the Bill Craig Memorial Gymnasium, as the Vikings came away with a 59-48 victory over Clarksville Academy.
The Vikings (9-7) guards would hound the Clarksville Academy guards right from the opening tip, forcing several turnovers – both in outright steals, or in forcing bad passes out of bounds.
Scoring woes continue to plague Northwest Lady Vikings in Rebels Christmas Classic loss to Stewart County
Dover, TN – Northwest High School’s girls basketball team failed to break into double figures in any of the four quarters played, Saturday, December 27th in the opening day of the Stewart County Rebels Christmas Classic at the Bill Craig Memorial Gymnasium, as the Lady Vikings fell to the tournament host Stewart County High School, 41-28.
Right from the start, Northwest (2-12) would have trouble even getting into its offense with Stewart County pressing – which led to turnovers or hurried shots – with the Lady Rebels jumping out to a 9-2 lead in the first 2:35 of the game.
Clarksville High Lady Wildcats overcome foul trouble to defeat Cheatham County to open Rebel Christmas Tournament
Dover, TN – With two of its leading scorers and rebounds in foul trouble most of the afternoon, Saturday, December 27th at the Bill Craig Memorial Gymnasium, Clarksville High School’s girls basketball team got a lift from its perimeter players, as the Lady Wildcats defeated Cheatham County Central High School, 59-52 to open the Stewart County Rebel Christmas Tournament.
With Haley Bearden and Ta’Tayana Outlaw in foul trouble for Clarksville High (7-8) guards Ellie Treanton, JK Cummings and Hannah Goins picked up the scoring slack for the Lady Wildcats, as the trio combined for 40 of the team’s 59 points and all six of its shots from behind the three-point arc.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s girls basketball team extended its season-best win streak to three games, Saturday, December 20th at William Workman Gymnasium, as they cruised to an easy 55-12 victory over Fort Campbell High School.
Literally, right from the opening jump ball the Lady Wildcats (6-8) were in control of the game, as Ellie Treanton scored four seconds into the contest on a layup after the opening tip.
It would be 4-0 Lady Wildcats when Fort Campbell (0-8) would get its first points of the game, on a jumper from the right wing by Charisse Fairley, with 5:39 left in the opening quarter, but that would be as close as the Lady Falcons would get.
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