With the latest announcement from CMCSS that all spring sports will be put on hold at least until the beginning of May due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, several high school seniors are left wondering whether their careers have ended prematurely.
Clarksville-Montgomery County School System announced on Thursday that all classes and school related activities -- including sports -- have been canceled/postponed through May 1 due to the coronavirus pandemic with a tentative return date set at May 4.
After a strong senior season with the West Creek Coyotes, swingman Kamarie Coffey has committed to Columbia State Community College to play basketball at the JUCO level. .
The Clarksville Wildcats and Montgomery Central Indians kicked off their 2020 baseball seasons with a game at Vanderbilt’s Hawkins Field on Monday, March 9.
With the development of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic spreading across the United States, the world of sports has seen drastic changes within its schedule, most notably with the NBA, NHL, NBA and NCAA basketball tournaments.
After achieving the best season in the history of Clarksville Academy girls basketball, the Lady Cougars’ run ended with a 76-43 loss at Trinity Christian on Feb. 28 in the Division II-A state quarterfinals.
Monday night saw the situation every kid pretends they’re in while shooting hoops in the driveway: six seconds left. Down by one. A trip to the boys basketball state tournament on the line.
The Northeast Eagles made their first Region 5-AAA championship appearance since 2017 on Thursday but could not make good on the opportunity, falling to the Mt. Juliet Golden Bears 53-44.
The best kind of basketball game is the kind where it feels like everybody won. It’s hard not to enjoy when both teams are trading blows, making big shots and basking in the roar of passionate fan bases on either side of the gym during a close game.
The last time the District 10-AAA champion Northeast Eagles won a game by less than 20 points was Jan. 21, a streak spanning nine games. For the District 9-AAA No. 4 seed, Gallatin Green Wave to go on the road in the Region 5 quarterfinal and play NEHS tight is not to be taken lightly.
With the conclusion of the 2020 District 10-AAA boys and girls basketball tournaments come the announcements of the All-District and All-Tournament teams.
The Clarksville Wildcats’ season came to an end with a 70-40 loss to the Mt. Juliet Golden Bears in the Region 5-AAA semifinals on Tuesday at Springfield High School.
Have people opened their minds to the possibility of the Northeast Eagles becoming the Region 5-AAA champions yet or are they still surprised a District 10-AAA team got out of the region quarterfinal?
After winning their second consecutive District 10-AAA title on Monday night, the D10 No. 1 seed Rossview Lady Hawks knew they had a taller task ahead of them. They’ve been to the Region 5 quarterfinal in each of the past eight seasons but have not gotten out of the round since 2017.
District 9-AAA champion Lebanon opened up a 14-6 first quarter lead and never looked back in a 62-26 win over Clarksville Friday in the Region 5 quarterfinals at Campbell Brandon Gymnasium.