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After a school year full of Wildcats committing to move onto the next level, one more CHS student has made their intent to play college sports official.

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UPDATE: After this article was written, Tenn. Gov. Bill Lee extended the State of Emergency to Aug. 29. The guidelines prohibit all contact sports (excluding college and professional) through that time period. Week 2 of the high school football season is currently scheduled for Aug. 28.

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High school football and girls soccer seasons will be delayed in Tennessee, but there are options on the table for the games to still be played this fall.

If there were ever a good time for circumstances out of one's hands to halt a large chunk of offseason practice, this would not be the time for the West Creek Lady Coyotes volleyball team.

Many schools in Middle Tennessee officially returned to in-person athletic practices in some capacity at the beginning of March after missing several months due to COVID-related shutdowns.

While almost every single athletics program in Montgomery County is currently barred from any kind of in-person activities, the teams at Clarksville Academy have had no such restrictions for the past few weeks. Because the school is privately owned and not part of CMCSS, they have been able to set their own timelines for reopening.

CMCSS has formally announced that high schools in the county are permitted to return for limited on-field action beginning July 6 and middle schools may return on July 13. 

It’s no secret that the Northwest Lady Vikings have holes to fill heading into the 2020 volleyball season after a 12-14 2019 campaign. They graduated six seniors – most of which either started or played key roles in the rotation.

Parents, students and coaches are upset following a Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools announcement on Friday, May 29 that all athletic programs are barred from hosting in-person practices and team events this month.

Former Northeast basketball guard Tyrone ‘Ty’ Jackson has committed to continue his education and basketball career at Columbia State Community College.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, CMCSS Athletic Director John Miller announced on Friday that the county will continue its ban on in-person conditioning and practices throughout June leading up to the regularly-scheduled TSSAA dead period, which is set for June 22-July 5.