With the Tiger's 85-60 victory over the Chattanooga Patriots Thursday on Senior Night, Coach Lynus Martin reached a milestone with his 200th career coaching win.
The DCHS basketball teams closed out the home stand portion of their schedule for the season Thursday night with wins over the visiting Chattanooga Patriots
The Tigers cruised to an 85 to 60 win as Coach Lynus Martin notched his 200th career victory while the Lady Tigers enjoyed a 64 to 26 victory on Senior Night.
The DeKalb County Tigers claimed the regular season district championship with a 59 to 48 win at Cannon County Tuesday night. The Lady Tigers lost to the Lionettes 61 to 45.
The Lions led the Tigers 15 to 11 after the first period but DC rallied for a 28 to 17 lead by halftime. The Tigers were up 48 to 31 by the end of the third period and won 59 to 48.
The Tigers ran their district record to 10-1 and their overall mark to 23-4 Friday night with an 85 to 40 romp over Murfreesboro Central Magnet in Smithville. The Lady Tigers lost 45 to 37 dropping to 1-10 in the district and 14-13 overall.
The Tigers led 24 to 7 after the first period, 44 to 20 at halftime, and 62 to 28 after the third period before cruising to an 85 to 40 victory.
Hunter Graham, a senior member of the DCHS Tiger baseball team, will play for the Columbia State Community College Chargers next season.
The DeKalb County Tigers got back in the win column Tuesday night but the Lady Tigers lost in a close game at York Institute.
The Lady Tigers opened up a 12 to 4 lead over the Dragonettes by the end of the first period but fell behind 19 to 14 by halftime and trailed 31 to 24 before falling 37 to 35
The DeKalb County Lady Tigers got their first district win of the season Friday night while the Tigers suffered their first district loss at Upperman in Baxter.
For the ladies, DC won 39 to 31 while the Tigers fell to the Bees 75 to 58
The DeKalb High School Basketball teams hosted the Livingston Academy Wildcats Tuesday night with the Tigers winning 78 to 71 and the Lady Tigers falling 45 to 30.
In the girls game, the Lady Tigers trailed 10 to 5 after the first period, 20 to 16 at halftime, and 27 to 25 after the third period. Again the final was 45 to 30 in favor of Livingston Academy.
Senior Quarterback Lucas Phillips was named Most Valuable Player of the 2012 DeKalb County High School Football Team during the annual Awards Banquet held Saturday night at the Smithville First Baptist Church Life Enrichment Center building. The awards were sponsored by Liberty State Bank
The DeKalb County Tigers kept their district record perfect with a 79 to 48 win over the Smith County Owls Friday night in Smithville. The Lady Tigers are still in search of their first district victory of the season after dropping a 41 to 25 decision to the Owlettes.
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