Topic: Ted Young
The Clarksville, Tennessee natives and former Clarksville High School standouts are expected to bolster a strong RedHawk returning roster that is gearing up for another NAIA national tournament run.
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.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville’s original radio station, WJZM 1400am, has transferred ownership. In a joint announcement this week, previous owner, Hank Bonecutter, said he had agreed to sell the corporation to local businessmen David Loos Jr, Greg Walker, and Mike Parchman. The sale became official on Tuesday.
“My wife and I are extremely excited about the sale,” said Bonecutter. “We have put a lot of hard work into WJZM, and this opportunity only comes along once in a lifetime to go out on your terms. I have dedicated my broadcasting career to the Clarksville-Fort Campbell community, bringing news, sports and current events to the public as reliable and credible as I can be. I think my legacy will be left on WJZM forever. I’m very excited, and proud of what I’ve accomplished.” «Read the rest of this article»
Murfreesboro, TN – It certainly didn’t come from a lack of trying and certainly Daijon Williams did all he could, but in the end Clarksville High fell to Memphis Central 68-62 in a Class AAA semifinal game in Middle Tennessee State University’s Murphy Center.
Clarksville High will face Memphis Central in a Tournament Semifinal game Friday
Murfreesboro, TN – All that matters at the end of the game is that you have more points than the other team, there’s no value for how aesthetic a victory is.
And that was the case for Clarksville High School in its 53-47 victory over Cherokee High School in a quarterfinal game of the Boys Class AAA State Tournament in the Murphy Center at Middle Tennessee State University. The Wildcats got the win, but it wasn’t pretty.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville High School boys basketball team will face Cherokee High, Wednesday at 5:00pm, in the quarter-finals of the state high school basketball tournament.
A day after the Clarksville High School girls were eliminated from the tournament, coach Ted Young and his squad learned of their first match-up, in their quest for a state title. This is the fourth trip in the last six years for Young and his team. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville High School Wildcats advance to second straight Class AAA State Basketball Tournament with win over Hunters Lane
Clarksville, TN – The improbable run continues and for Clarksville High School Boys Basketball it means a second straight trip to the Class AAA State Basketball Tournament.
The Wildcats accomplished that goal with their 74-69 overtime win over Hunters Lane in their Sectional Game Monday night at Clarksville High School’s William Workman Gym.
Win would give Clarksville High their second straight trip to the Boys Class AAA State Basketball Tournament
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville High School Wildcats have been here before. A win over Hunters Lane in the Class AAA Sectional game at their William Workman Gym would give the Wildcats their second straight trip to the State Tournament.
The State Tournament for the boys begins March 14th at 5:00pm at the Murphy Center on the campus of Middle Tennessee State. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Christmas came late to Clarksville High Boy’s Basketball team, but the Wildcats will certainly take the gifts.
Two days after earning a spot in the Region 5-AAA Championship game and earning a sticker the Wildcats can put on a trophy wall for getting to the ‘Sweet 16’, their first of the season after not winning a regular season or district tournament title, Clarksville High earned an even bigger trophy sticker and a plaque to go with it Thursday night.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School Boy’s Basketball will face Wilson Central at 7:00pm tonight for the Region 5-AAA Championship Game at Northeast High School.
It’s almost a no brainer that everyone playing in a championship game wants to win it.
For either Clarksville High (21-10), the No. 3 team out of District 10-AAA, or Wilson Central (24-5), the No. 3 team out of 9-AAA, a win would mean they would host a Sectional game at home Monday and that’s usually considered the easiest route to the State Tournament.
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