A win is a win – and Tyler Hickman has officially gotten his first at the helm of the Clarksville Academy boys basketball team.
The Clarksville Academy Lady Cougars and Davidson Academy Lady Bears had an epic battle in the 2020 District 4 semifinals where CA finished on top by just three points.
Tuesday night was the Asante Wimberly show and the price of admission was pennies on the dollar compared to the performance given.
Clarksville’s JJ Wheat poured in 20 points on Monday night in the Wildcats’ 74-46 win over White House Heritage – the last of which was his 1,000th point scored with CHS.
On an unusually cold and snowy November night in Middle Tennessee, the Clarksville Lady Wildcats kept the CHS gym warm with their streaky shooting and body-to-body defense as part of a 59-32 win over White House Heritage.
Despite a homecoming of sorts for one of Clarksville’s veteran basketball coaches, the Clarksville Wildcats continued their dominance of Northwest on Tuesday, Nov. 24, defeating the Vikings 80-46.
Three Austin Peay women’s basketball players -- Kasey Kidwell, Tahanee Bennell and Ella Sawyer -- have been suspended indefinitely from the team, the Governors announced on Nov. 16 in an archived post.
The Clarksville Wildcats basketball team was always going to look different this year after losing three starters from their 2019-20 team that lost to Mt. Juliet in the region tournament.
“It’s always difficult to play somebody twice,” said Henry County head football coach James Counce after his team defeated the Northeast Eagles 39-7 on Friday night to advance to the 5A state semifinals.
GALLATIN - The Gallatin Lady Wave opened the 2020 season with an emphatic 69-31 win over visiting West Creek Thursday night. The Lady Wave pounded the glass, securing 16 offensive rebounds and 50 paint points.
“This is our first game with referees since last February,” said Beech basketball head coach Kip Brown on Tuesday. There’s no better way than that to describe how long and unusual the 2020 high school offseason has been.
The Northeast Eagles had plenty to celebrate after Friday night’s thrilling victory over Clarksville High to move onto the 5A quarterfinals… but they didn’t have long to party.
National signing day has come and gone for the fall season, and Clarksville and Rossview officially announced their athletes who have officially signed on with college programs.