The DeKalb County Tiger Baseball team scored a 3-2 come-from-behind win over neighboring Warren County Thursday evening in Smithville.
The DCHS Tigerettes lost to Cookeville 7 to 5 Wednesday in Smithville. The game was tied at 4 through seven innings but Cookeville scored 3 in the top of the 8th to get the win.
Cookeville scored 7 runs on 12 hits and made 2 errors. The Tigerettes scored 5 runs on 8 hits and made no errors.
The DCHS Tigerettes went 4-0 on Saturday in the tournament at Cane Creek Park in Cookeville. Three of the games were shutouts. This tournament was originally scheduled for Friday and Saturday but was pushed back to Saturday and Sunday because of weather. DeKalb County only played the Saturday games.
The DCHS Boys Soccer Team lost to Cookeville on Thursday, March 16 by the score of 9-2 in the season opener. The junior varsity team played Cookeville to a 1-1 tie.
In the varsity game, Cristobal Flores and Ealy Gassaway each scored a goal and Jose Torres had 13 saves.
In the JV game, Alan Munoz scored a goal and Jake Ramsey had seven saves.
The DCHS Tigers swept both games of a double header at Trousdale County Thursday winning 3-2 and 11-0.
The Tigers scored 3 runs on 4 hits to get the win. Trousdale County scored 2 runs on 4 hits.
Hunter Jennings went 6 innings on the mound for the Tigers and gave up 2 runs on 4 hits. He struck out 5 and walked 1.
Sophomore Tanner Poss was named the DCHS Tiger basketball Most Valuable Player Friday night at the annual team banquet, while Senior Hannah Panter received the Lady Tiger MVP honor. Senior Captain Allison Rogers is the Most Valuable Cheerleader. The awards were sponsored by Love-Cantrell Funeral Home. The MVP and MVC awards are named in memory of Allen D. Hooper.
The DCHS Tigerettes traveled to Lebanon Saturday for the Friendship Christian Play Day. The Tigerettes won all four of their games. The scores were as follows:
Game 1: Goodpasture 4-0
Game 2: Goodpasture JV 4-1
Game 3: East Robertson 9-5
Game 4: Friendship Christian 8-4
The DCHS basketball teams were one and done in the District 8AA Tournament at Cookeville on opening night Monday.
The Lady Tigers lost to York Institute 58 to 47 while the Tigers were eliminated by Smith County 60 to 58.
The DCHS basketball teams concluded the regular season at Warren County Friday night losing to the Pioneers and ladies.
The Lady Tigers lost 41 to 34 and the Tigers were beaten 62 to 44.
In the girls game, Warren County led 4 to 1 after the 1st period, 21 to 10 at halftime, and 29 to 19 after the 3rd period before winning 41 to 34.
The DeKalb County High School Basketball Teams will make their debut in the District 8 AA Tournament Monday night, February 13 at Tennessee Tech’s Hooper Eblen Center in Cookeville.
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