MURFREESBORO — Science Hill found itself stonewalled after an early deficit in Wednesday’s TSSAA Class AAA girls state basketball quarterfinals at Murphy Center.
Instead of contempt, familiarity breeds respect for Science Hill girls’ basketball coach Scottie Whaley.
RUTLEDGE — The Elizabethton girls basketball team made themselves at home in Wednesday’s Region 1-AA championship at Grainger High School.
For a third time this season, the North Greene and Cloudland girls basketball teams battled to the final buzzer.
Avery Strickland hit a pair of free throws with .3 of second left in the game to lift Farragut’s Lady Admirals to a dramatic 44-42 win over host Science Hill in Friday’s opening night of the Doubletree Roundball Showcase.
Road weary, but no worse for the wear, Meigs’ Lady Tigers captured the inaugural girls’ championship at the 30th annual Hardee’s Classic with an impressive 68-50 win over David Crockett on Saturday night.
David Crockett will play in the first ever girls’ championship game at the Hardee’s Classic.
David Crockett and Happy Valley opened a new chapter of the Hardee’s Classic basketball tournament in style.
It’s North Greene at the top of the league, but Cloudland and Hampton are also in the mix.
Sullivan Central and Elizabethton are expected to have a heated battle for the top spot in the Three Rivers Conference in girls basketball.
Science Hill returns a ton of firepower from a team that reached the Class AAA state tournament last season, so it’s no surprise the Lady Hilltoppers are favored to win the Big Seven Conference title.
Matt Birchfield was named the new girls’ basketball coach at Cloudland High School on Thursday. He takes over the program after the retirement of Mike Lunsford at the end of the season.
ELIZABETHTON — Grainger ended the first half on a flurry and ended Elizabethton's strong postseason run in the Region 1-AA girls basketball semifinals at Happy Valley High School.
Thomas Gouge was introduced as the new girls' basketball coach at Happy Valley High School on Thursday.
MURFREESBORO — The Unaka girls basketball team gave its all in the TSSAA Class A state semifinals against Summertown.