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The 2019 All-Region 4-6A team has been announced. Hendersonville senior quarterback Drew Hohenbrink headlines the team as this year's Most Valuable Player. Commando head coach James Beasley earned Coach of the Year following a region championship.

PARIS—Friday night’s postgame was the longest huddle of the season for the Clarksville Wildcats. After a somber, heartfelt message from coach Isaac Shelby, several seniors stood with tears in their eyes to express their gratitude for their teammates, trying to put into words just exactly how much the team meant to them.

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Sydneey Boykin – a senior at Clarksville Academy and daughter of former Austin Peay State guard Terry Boykin – has committed to play college basketball at Mercer University.

After winning their region, district and sectional, the Clarksville Lady Wildcats’ season ended with a 4-1 loss to Houston in the first round of the Class AAA state tournament on Wednesday, Nov. 6. 

With wins over top OVC teams SEMO, Jacksonville State and Eastern Kentucky, the 4-1 Austin Peay State Governors hosted the 5-1 UT Martin Skyhawks on Saturday for sole possession of first place. They never trailed and won 38-24, putting them atop the conference.

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The first round of the 2019 playoffs is in the books and Summit moved into the top 10 after a 27-14 upset win over Gallatin. 

After starting 2-4, the Clarksville Wildcats bounced back to finish the regular season 6-4, beat every other team in the city and average over 42 points per game over the final four contests of the regular season.

After achieving their season goal of reaching the TSSAA postseason, the Kenwood Knights’ campaign ended with a 55-7 loss at Southwind on Friday night.

For the first time since 2011, the Austin Peay State women’s basketball team has won their season opener. The Governors defeated Division II Kentucky Wesleyan 103-70 at the Dunn Center on Tuesday evening.

A brutal end to the Kenwood Knights’ season came at the hands of the Dyer County Choctaws, losing 54-0 in the finale on Friday at home. With the loss, the Knights have dropped their last five games, with three of them coming by 50 points or more.