The DeKalb County High School Tiger golf team picked up two more match victories, Thursday at RiverWatch. The Tigers shot a 157 for the afternoon, which was 16 strokes better than White County, who posted a 173. Smith County finished third with a 209.
The DeKalb Middle School Saints put up 318 yards of total offense, and blew out the Cannon County Lions, 42-6, Thursday night, during Homecoming festivities. The win improves the Saints' record to 2-1 on the young season.
Zaxtin Fayete rushed for 48 yards and two touchdowns, while Casey France tallied 107 ground yards and another score, as DMS opened up a 22-0 lead and never looked back. Fayette posted the first Saints' touchdown on a four-yard run, then came back with the second score on a 27-yard run. France broke free on a 10-yard run to the end zone for the third DMS touchdown.
Cannon County's only score came on a 55-yard run from scrimmage by Jarrett Melton, which cut the score to 22-6, but the Saints tacked on another touchdown on a 45-yard pass from Ethan Roller to Jason Judkins, with 1:54 left until halftime.
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The DeKalb County Tigers opened the football season with an impressive 42 to 25 win over border rival Warren County Friday night in Smithville. It was the Tigers' first win in a season opener since the 2004 season, and the team's first win in their four-game series with the Pioneers.
Junior quarterback, Hunter Poteete, threw for 220 yards and four touchdowns, while the Tiger defense logged six sacks and forced three Warren County turnovers. Poteete got DeKalb County on the board with a seven-yard rushing touchdown to cap off the game's opening drive. The Tigers went up 7 to nothing and never trailed throughout the game.
J.J. Herriott put up the next Tiger score, as he ran in from five yards out, with 5:40 left in the first quarter. Freshman kicker, Zach Taylor, nailed DC's first PAT attempt, but had his second one come up short as the Tigers took a 13 to 0 lead.
The DeKalb County High School golf teams scored match victories over Upperman and Cannon County, Thursday afternoon, at RiverWatch.
The DeKalb County High School golf teams took match victories over Jackson County and Clay County, Tuesday, at RiverWatch.
The DeKalb Middle School Saints stunned the visiting Satterfield Yellow Jackets, 20-16, in Smithville, Tuesday night, which put an end to the program's 17-game, two-plus year losing streak.
The Saints blew a 14-0 first half lead, and had to rally in the fourth quarter to earn the victory. Zaxtin Fayette capped off the first DMS drive with a 23-yard touchdown run. Fayette also added the two-point conversion run, as the Saints opened up an 8-0 lead with 7:04 left in the first quarter.
Will Molander put the Saints on the board, again, after their second drive. Molander raced 43 yards for the second DeKalb touchdown, and the score was 14-0 with 5:25 left in the second quarter after the failed PAT.
The Yellow Jackets answered on the ensuing drive, as fullback Victor Hardwick plowed 57 yards for a score. Tailback Seth Calhoun added the two-point conversion run, which trimmed the Saints' lead to 14-8, with 4:48 left in the half.
The DeKalb County High School Tiger football team put the finishing touches on the pre-season with a 20-0 shutout of Jackson County in the Tennessee Tech Jamboree. The game consisted of two 12-minute quarters, with the clock running consistently.
The Tigers scored on three of their four possessions, and the defense held the Blue Devils to minus-35 yards of offense. Tiger quarterback, Hunter Poteete, capped off the first DC drive with a 28-yard touchdown run. Zack Taylor kicked the extra point to put the Tigers on top, 7-0, with 6:28 on the clock in the first period.
The Cornerstone Middle School Yellow Jackets of Baxter came to Smithville and spoiled Tad Webb's debut as DeKalb Middle School Saints head coach, Thursday night. THe Yellow Jackets scored on four of their seven possessions in the game, and shut out the local junior high squad, 30-0, in front of the fans at VanHooser Stadium.
Cornerstone scored on their first possession of the game, as fullack Sylvester Luna galloped 54 yards to paydirt. Ean Adkins darted in on the two-point conversion run, as the visitors went up 8-0. The Saints' opening drive of the game stalled after picking up one first down, and the second drive ended with a fumble at the DeKalb 41-yard line. The Yellow Jackets worked the ball downfield in nine plays, and scored on quarterback Josh Stanton's one-yard keeper. Adkins lunged in for his second two-point conversion, and Cornerstone took a 16-0 advantage, which they held through the end of the first half.
The DeKalb County High School golf teams are facing some of Tennessee's top high school golf programs at the Baylor Invitational at Black Creek Golf Course in Chattanooga. On Monday, the Tigers posted the tenth best score out of 11 teams at the event, while the Lady Tigers were last among the eight team girls field.
The DC boys shot a 333 as a team through the first 18 holes. Austin Garrett shot a 69 to lead the Tigers, which placed him tied for fourth among individual medalists after the first day of action. Payne Denman was next with a 72, followed by Grant James with an 87 and Logan Clark with a 105. Host school, Baylor, led the pack with a team score of 286, followed by McCallie with a 295, Knoxville Farragut with a 302, Memphis University School with a 308, Dobyns-Bennett with a 311, Jefferson County with a 312, Ensworth with a 314, Knoxville Webb with a 315, and MBA with a 331. DeKalb County's 333 was next, followed by Chattanooga Christian with a 338.
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