A pool of water soaking the hardwood. The home net cut out from underneath the rim. And, of course, the final score showing the Page Lady Patriots ahead of the Northwest Lady Vikings 63-53.
Four months after the two schools met in the TSSAA football quarterfinals, the Clarksville Wildcats and Northeast Eagles linked with a bid to the Region 5-AAA boys basketball championship and spot in substate on the line.
With a 38-35 win over the Beech Lady Buccaneers on Monday, the Northwest Lady Vikings are headed to their first girls’ basketball region championship since 2002.
After Sunday afternoon’s football game between the Austin Peay Governors and Tennessee State Tigers started, nobody would’ve been blamed for thinking the contest was going to be a blowout.
If you’re a fan of defensive basketball, you’re going to love what happened in Saturday’s Region 5-AAA quarterfinal game between the Rossview Hawks and Station Camp Bison.
If the Northeast Eagles’ goal throughout the District 10-AAA tournament was to build confidence, their desire in the region is to simply find a way to win.
The Northwest Lady Vikings found their lead cut to just two points late in the third quarter against the Green Hill Lady Hawks, but after a dominant performance from TaMia Scott, the Lady Vikings left their home court with a 64-44 victory to advance to the Region 5-AAA semifinals.
N. MT. JULIET - Clarksville defeated Green Hill 58-52 on Saturday night in the first round of the Region 5AAA tournament with a team-high 16 points from Wesley Booth to set up a third meeting with Northeast.
Northwest head coach Ben Wallace experienced déjà vu in more ways than one when the top-seeded Lady Vikings took the floor in their district championship game against No. 3 Rossview.
When the 2019-20 Rossview Lady Hawks graduated eight celebrated seniors, District 10-AAA finally felt that it was time for a new team to have a turn in the district championship game.
The Northeast Eagles were all smiles as they stormed the court and waved goodbye to their top ranked competition on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
The Northwest Lady Vikings are headed to the District 10-AAA Championship game for the second consecutive year after a late TaMia Scott putback iced the 43-37 victory for her team.
The Clarksville Lady Wildcats took care of the Springfield Lady Yellow Jackets in the quarterfinals of the District 10-AAA tournament, coming away with an impressive 61-23 victory on their home court.
The top-seeded Northwest Lady Vikings began their chase for the program’s first district tournament title since 2003 with a 60-30 win over No. 8 West Creek in the D10-AAA quarterfinals.
The Clarksville Wildcats dispatched West Creek in the District 10-AAA quarterfinals 70-46 on Monday, Feb. 22, but the team did so with heavy hearts and a motivated mindset after CHS student Juland Lafortune passed away following a shooting over the weekend.
After losing 90% of their offensive production from last season’s District 10-AAA championship team, the Rossview Lady Hawks were not expected to get back from whence they came.