The DCHS Cross Country Team traveled to Cookeville Tuesday, October 25 to compete in the TSSAA Region 4 A-AA meet. In the girls race, Mya Ruch finished 3rd with her best time of the season coming in at 20:46. This 3rd place finish qualified her to attend and compete in the TSSAA state meet which will be held on Nov. 5th. This is the first time DCHS has had anyone to go to state for XC.
The DeKalb County Tigers swatted the Upperman Bees 14-7 on Senior Night Friday in Smithville.
The win improves the Tiger record to 6-3 overall and 4-1 in region play with a trip to Cannon County next Friday in the regular season finale. DeKalb County will finish region play in 2nd place securing the Tigers a home game in the first round of the state play-offs in two weeks.
The DeKalb County Peewee Tigers won the First Ever Middle Tennessee Youth Football Conference Super Bowl Saturday at York Institute. They avenged their only loss of the season by beating Fentress County 6 to O. The Peewees won 9 straight games after their season opening loss to Fentress.
The DeKalb County Pee Wee Tigers are the Middle Tennessee Youth Football Conference West Division Champs after beating Cookville last Saturday 12 to 6. They are 8 and 1 on the season and will face the East Champions Fentress County in the first ever Superbowl this Saturday, October 15 at York Institute at 3 pm.
The boys and girls DeKalb Middle School Cross Country teams are bound for the state competition.
After trailing the Grundy County Yellow Jackets into the 4th quarter, the DeKalb County Tigers came from behind to tie and then go on to win 25-22 with a game ending field goal Friday night at Coalmont.
Ole Miss Head coach Matt Insell, in a prepared news release, has announced the addition of Joe Pat Cope to the women’s basketball coaching staff as a video coordinator. Cope comes to Oxford from Murfreesboro, Tennessee where he served as an assistant coach for the Riverdale women’s varsity team.
The DeKalb County Tigerette Softball Camp will be held at the Danny Bond Field at 1130 West Broad Street, Smithville on October 11-13 for girls ages 6 to 17. The cost is $50. The camp will feature quality instruction from college and high school coaches and demonstrations from college and high school players. Players will be grouped by age and ability. Contests, t-shirts, and more!
DeKalb County High School Golfer Isaac Walker competed in the TSSAA Class A-AA Golf Tournament on Tuesday and Wednesday at Willowbrook Golf Club in Manchester.
The Sequatchie County Indians spoiled Homecoming for the DeKalb County Tigers with a 20-3 win Friday night in Smithville.
The Tigers drop to 4-3 on the season and 2-1 in the Region. The Indians, ranked second in the state in Class 3A, remain undefeated at 6-0 and 3-0 in Region play.
Each team punted three times in a scoreless 1st period.