Literally, as it turned out. Vandals broke into the Bulldog’s concession stand last week. They stole food and broke some things the high school team can’t afford to lose. The incident was reported to the RBS police who said a few other facilities had been targeted by burglars on the same night. Coach Chris Dziekiewicz said he and the players were affronted by the burglary. It’s one thing not to respect the team, but not to respect the game is criminal. Red Boiling Springs Chief of Police Terry Tuck said the burglary is under investigation and arrests have been made in some of the other burglaries in town.
The Modern Woodmen of America recently presented the Macon County Tiger Football Team with a check for $5,036.11. The organization agreed to donate funds matching the amount that the team raised at their ham breakfast fundraiser. Pictured- Back row, L-R: Gage Carr, Logan Gace, Dale Turner, Tanner Lowhorn, Moises Rodriguez. Front, L-R: Coach Nathan Wilson, Better Carter (Modern Woodmen).
The 8th Grade Tennessee Rush basketball team won their second championship of the season at the 10th Annual Cavalier Rumble held April 11-13 in Cookeville playing up in the 9th grade division. The team includes- front row, left to right: Camille King (Fentress), Karha Butterworth (Clay), Emily Sewell (Fentress), Emily Gray (Fentress), Jada Kerr (Clay). Back row, left to right: Coach Matt Ferrell, Kaitlyn Pippin (Jackson), Kyndal Bullington (Macon), Savannah Hammock (Pickett), Zoie Crouch (Fen...
Weather delay results in Macon County playing host to York at home in doublehearder District games on April 8th. Game 1: Johnny Brown took the mound for the Tigers. The game tied in the 3rd inning at one run each. What resulted in a pitcher/defense duel, the game went into extra innings. In the bottom of the 12th inning, Hunter Williams hit a single and Jacob Brown hit a double scoring Williams to win the game with final score 2 – 1.Johnny Brown gets the win with an outstandi...
After enjoying a week of Spring Break, the Red Boiling Springs Softball Team played two games last week. They lost the first 0-14 against Gordonsville on April 10th and won the second 17-7 against Monterey on April 11th. The April 7th game against Westmoreland was rained out and has been rescheduled for April 23rd. The April 8th game against Clay County also was rained out. It will not be re-scheduled.The girls have been loosing on fielding errors according to their coach, Stacey M...
Macon County Jr High soccer player dribbles the ball downfield against Walter J Baird last Friday night. Final score, Macon 6 - Walter J Baird 2. Macon is undefeated this season.
The Tigerette tennis team’s record improved to 11-1 as they defeated Central Magnet by a score of 4-3, defeated Wilson Central by a score of 7-2, and defeated Cannon County by a score of 8-1. For the match against Central Magnet, Brandy Green lost to Jordan Berrios by a score of 3-8, Rosselle Dorero lost to Laurel Tipps by a score of 6-8, Macy Riddle defeated Katie Green by a score of 8-3, Elizabeth Hartley defeated Hope Lehmann by a score of 8-4, and Kellie Dizon defeated Ashley Beckma...
The high school boys tennis teams successful season continues. March 26 the boys defeated Pope John Paul II 8 to 1. On March 28, the boys hosted East Robertson and won 9 to 0. After spring break, the boys suffered their only loss 3 to 4 to Central Magnet of Murfreesboro on April 7. The team bounced back quickly with two more victories on April 10 and 11. Defeating West Wilson 8 to 1 and Cannon County 7 to 1. The boys record has now moved to 11- 1 as they move into the last two weeks of the re...
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