Capitol Cash 1, located at 115 Public Square in Lafayette celebrated it’s Grand-Reopening on Friday, September 5, 2014 with a ribbon cutting. Staff and members of the Chamber of Commerce were all smiles for the event. Jenny Blanford, Branch Manager, said that she was very pleased with the support locals gave her on the big day. Congratulations, Capitol Cash 1.
Red Boiling Springs High School opened its volleyball season against Merroll Hyde on August 21st. They play three games a week, on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights and they play to win. “Most of my team graduated last year,” Head Coach Chad Butler said, “so this year we’re rebuilding. So far, we’re looking pretty good.” In fact, with a record of 4 and 3 in the District, they are tied for 2nd place. Recent injuries to team libero, senior Megan Rice and se...
Red Boiling Springs Jr. High Volleyball hit its stride last week. The Varsity won two out of three games. The Jr. Varsity won three out of three. They played a home game against Gordonsville on September 8th. The Varsity played first, winning 25-22 and 25-18. The Jr. Varsity followed with a 25-18 and 25-20 victory. Gordonsville was a tough opponent and the girls worked for every point they made. Coach Elizabeth Dodson said “I’m proud of how well they worked together. We are passin...
Macon County High Girl’s Golf team brings home second place in District 8 A-AA Tournament played on Wednesday, Sept. 10th at White Plains Golf Course in Cookeville, TN. The team will advance to compete in the Region Tournament at Fall Creek Falls Golf Course on Monday, September 15th. Pictured (L to R): Coach Beverly Shoulders, Bailey Powell, McKenzie Mix, and Cameron Toornburg.Submitted
Macon County High boy’s golf team are Region 4 Champions and advance to play in the TSSAA Class A-AA State Tournament next week at Willow Brook Golf Course in Manchester, TN.Coach Beverly Shoulders stated, “I am so proud of these young athletes! We have really had to endure some growing pains this year with both our boy’s and girl’s teams. But those losses to AAA and private schools have made us a better team. It doesn’t matter what our regular season ...
Macon County Junior High football team played two games last week. On Monday, September 8, they played a make up game at home against Dekalb County, beating them 32 -12. On Thursday, September 11, they traveled to East Robertson where they also won 46-12. The team plays next on Sept. 16 at Smith County, followed by a home game against Trousdale County on Sept. 23.Macon County Junior High football team played two games last week. On Monday, September 8, they played a make up game at...
The Macon County High Boy’s Golf Team wins District 8 A-AA Tournament held on Monday, Sept. 8th at White Plains Golf Course in Cookeville, TN. Medalist was Larken Whittemore, winning a 7 hole playoff against team mate, Josh Hauskin. The team will compete in the Regional Tournament on Monday, September 15th at Fall Creek Falls Golf Course.
With storms threatening under cloudy skies, Macon County Jr. High football players, cheerleaders, court attendants and their Queen took the field Tuesday evening at Pat Parker Memorial Field to celebrate their 2014 Homecoming. As the students took their places on the 50 yard line, they were announced by Master of Ceremonies Kody Davis and heralded by fellow-student Tyler Whittemore’s rendition of the National Anthem.
The Red Boiling Springs Jr. High School Volleyball Team opened its season this year on August 14th with a game against Gordonsville. Having lost eight members of last year’s team to high school, the 2014 Varsity and Jr. Varsity teams are almost brand new to competitive volleyball. Thus far, they’ve played Trousdale County on August 18th, Clay County on August 25th, Smith County on August 26th and Macon County on September 4th.
Red Boiling Springs Junior High players, #58 Shelba Stone and #20 Austin Smith both take down a Jackson County player on Thursday, August 28.Red Boiling Springs Junior High player #85, Hagan Wright, tries to rip the ball away from Jackson County. The final score was RBJH 0, Jackson County 14.
Macon County Junior High football players listen to the referee on Tuesday, August 26 at Gordonsville.Pictured (L to R): #76, Logan Malotte, #59 Isaiah Scott and #64 Timothy Wix.Isaac Belton, #23, runs with ball at the MCJH away game at Gordonsville. The final score was MCJH, 16, Gordonsville, 28.
The excitement was felt at the Macon County Tigers’ first home game Friday, August 29 against the Westmoreland Eagles. The Tigers were still high from their win last week over Trousdale.The packed stadium watched as the Air Evac Lifeteam helicopter appeared and descended on the 50 yard line to deliver the game ball to Coach Wilson.The game began with both teams going full force, but it wasn’t until the last three minutes of the first quarter when the Westmoreland Eagles...
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