The Clarksville Lady Wildcats and Northeast Lady Eagles played twice during the 2019-20 regular season. Though CHS won both games, they did so by just nine combined points.
Donelson Christian Academy fell to visiting Clarksville Academy 48-41 in the opening round of the district tournament last Saturday night.
Sure, the District 10-AAA standings were all but set in stone heading into Friday night’s matchup between the Clarksville Lady Wildcats and Kenwood Lady Knights. But who doesn’t enjoy a little tune-up game to prepare for the impending district tournament?
For the first time in school history, the Clarksville Academy Lady Cougars have won the Division II-A Middle District 4 tournament.
Despite improved play in the second half, Rossview was too much to handle for the Springfield Lady Jackets as they fell to the Lady Hawks 59-34 in the final game of the regular season.
Trailing 46-43 with under a minute remaining, the Springfield Yellow Jackets boys basketball team scored six points in a 20-second span to come out with a 50-47 win over visiting Rossview Friday night.
With the regular season coming to a close later in the week, several teams are keeping a close eye on the district standings to see where they’ll rank come Friday night, when seeds for the district tournament will be finalized.
After losing their first game of the district season, the Northeast Eagles have gone 13-1. That one loss was a one-point defeat at Clarksville High School on Jan. 10.
With one week left in the regular season, the Northeast Lady Eagles got a chance to gain momentum and run some new sets on Friday in their 65-10 win over the West Creek Lady Coyotes.
The West Creek Coyotes came into Friday’s game against the Northeast Eagles feeling confident after playing a gritty game against the Clarksville Wildcats Tuesday, resulting in a close loss.
Close losses at home are difficult to swallow. But when you truly believe that there’s little you could have done better and that you grew from the game, things become a bit more digestible.
Eight Clarksville football players signed with college football programs on Wednesday, Feb. 5. That is the most signees the Wildcats have sent under head coach Isaac Shelby in a single year.
Senior Night is usually a sentimental one. Most times, it means that a crop of fourth-years is playing their last game on the court they grew up on – one last go-around on their home floor.