MCJH tennis competes at Tech The MCJH tennis teams competed in an end of the year doubles tennis tournament at Tennessee Tech. Darian McDonald and Austin Smith (pictured) finished 3rd place. Mason Warfield and Brandon Coons finished 4th. Mary Chunn and Mahaley Tuck finished 2nd (pictured). Morgan Bottoms and Kaitlin Goheen finished 4th.
Macon vs. Trousdale: alumni game Macon County hosted Trousdale County in an Alumni game on Saturday. The fundraiser for both football programs featured former players from three different decades.
For Macon County, players were: Josh Newberry, David Newberry, Chris Greenhalgh, Seth Smith, Tyler Steen, Mickey Swindle, Jacob York, Austin Kemp, Michael Jones, Michael Dallas, Scott Key, Kyle Woodard, Jacob Law, Spenser Young, Anthony McMurtry, Michael Dies, Chase Greenhalgh, R...
Blue and White games at Pat Parker field The MCHS and MCJH football programs held a Blue and White game on Tuesday of last week closing out the spring practice season.
Jr. High players were divided into two teams; the white team was on offense and the blue team was on defense for the whole tame. The white team did outscore the blue team in this scrimmage style game.
The high school was played in regular game style, with a Blue team and a White team playing each other under norma...
Four Macon runners qualify for TSSAA Four Macon County athletes have qualified for the 2013 TSSAA State Track Meet. Tuesday, May 14 and Thursday, May 16 the A-AA Middle Tennessee Section Meet was held at the Lipscomb Academy Track. The Section Track Meet is the qualifying meet for the TSSAA State Track Meet. The top two finishers in each event automatically qualifies for the State Meet. The next two top finishers from all three A-AA sections also qualify for the State...
MCJH soccer wins Mid-TN Tournament The Macon County Jr. High Boys Soccer Team has had a historic season.
The team finished the regular season as undefeated champions. They also competed in the Middle Tennessee Soccer Conference Tournament last week. The Tigers advanced through the tournament to the championship game against West Wilson Middle School. The championship game was everything that people expect to see at highest level of competition.
West Wilson struck the net f...
MCHS Cross Country boys update
TSSAA — Class A & AA — Middle Sectional
Men - Team Rankings
1) Martin Luther King High Sc 170
2) Maplewood Comprehensive H 125
3) East Nashville Magnet 89.50
4) Central Magnet High Schoo 76
5) Stratford High School 45.50
6) Greenbrier High School 42
7) Middle Tennessee Christian 34
8) Goodpasture Christian Sch 25
9) Merrol Hyde Magnet 12
10) Macon Co. High School 10
11) East Robertson High ...
Submitted by Coach Glen GattisMacon County Times
MCHS Cross Country girls update
TSSAA — Class A & AA — Middle Sectional
Women - Team Rankings
1) East Nashville Magnet Scho 139
2) Martin Luther King High S 107
3) Maplewood Comprehensive Hi 89
4) Macon Co. High School 81
5) White House High School 46
6) Central Magnet High Schoo 41
7) White House-Heritage High 38
8) Middle Tennessee Christia 27
9) Merrol Hyde Magnet 13
10) Alvin C. York Institute 10
11) Trousdale Co. Hig...
MCHS baseball 9AA District awards High School Baseball 9AA District Awards were held on May 8, 2013, at White House High School. MCHS Baseball players receiving awards were:
1st Team All District - Austin Taft and Austin Craighead
2nd Team All District - Ryan Craighead, Shane Hesson, Tyler Kemp, and Dalton Shrum.
MCJH tennis beats Avery Chase On April 30, the MCJH tennis teams played Avery Trace in there last home and regular season match. The girls won 8-1. The boys won 9-2. The 8th graders and their parents were also recognized for Parents night. The Jr. High will end their season with a tournament at Tennessee Tech in Cookeville on May 20.
Macon County Soccer League Spring 2013 Season May 11 th (Week 5) Game Report
Thanks to everyone who came out and enjoyed the day. We would like to remind all the coaches to please fill out their publicity reports so we can recognize all the hard work the players put in. Here are the reports that were turned in.
The 9:00am match had the lime green team of Kim Cook taking on the lemon team of Dewayne Whittemore. The final score was a 4-2 win for lime green. Scoring for...
Volleyball schools at Cumberland University Volleyball Skills School at Cumberland University June 5-8
Cumberland University Volleyball Coach Dwayne Deering will be conducting the annual Volleyball Skills School at Cumberland University June 5-8. Each session is 9-11am covering a variety of volleyball skills and drills each day. Cost of each individual session is $40 or you may attend all 4 sessions for $145. Please contact Coach Dwayne Deering at 615-547-1318, e-mail: ddeerin...
Kailyn Brooks signs to Carson-Newman Macon County High School senior Kailyn Brooks was signed by Carson–Newman University located in Jefferson City, TN, to play basketball. She will be majoring in Elementary Education.
Kailyn is the daughter of Tony and Tracy Brooks. Kailyn signed her papers on Monday, April 22 with her family and friends present.
“Kailyn is one of the best overall basketball players I’ve had,” comments Macon County High School Tigerettes Head Basketball Coa...
Sr. Night for Tiger baseball Photo by Debbie Craighead
MCHS Baseball Team held their Senior Night on Thursday, May 2, 2013, before District Play-In Game against Westmoreland. Seniors honored were Ian Whittemore, Austin Taft, Jacob McClary, Tyler Kemp, Tyler Clark, Ryan Craighead, Dalton Shrum. Pictured: Senior Players with parents
Photo by Debbie Craighead
2013 Seniors – Front Row (kneeling L-R) Ian Whittemore, Aust...
Tigers beat Eagles on Senior Night The Macon County Tigers hosted the Westmoreland Eagles Thursday May 2 for Senior Night, in a game that would mark the end of the regular season and serve as the play-in game to the 9AA District Tournament. The Tigers were led by the outstanding play of two of its seniors, pitcher Dalton Shrum and shortstop Ian Whittemore.
Dalton Shrum took the mound for the Tigers and pitched a complete game shutout going seven innings while allowing no run...
Scott Taft Contributing WriterMacon County Times
Macon County Jr. High runs a mile All the kids at Macon County Jr. High ran a mile last week. About 750 students in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades participated. It was the second year of 100% participation for the school since they began holding the annual run.
6th graders ran Tuesday, 7th graders Wednesday, and 8th graders Thursday. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners were chosen by time for both girls and boys. Band members had a separate set of winners, because students in the...