The Lady Saints went on the road to face two conference opponents, in Fentress Co. and Algood Middle last week.
The Lady Tigers Soccer team traveled to Winchester TN this past weekend to compete in the annual Rebelette Classic Soccer Tournament hosted by Franklin County High School. In their first match on Saturday morning, the Lady Tigers were defeated 4-0 by the perennial powerhouse Shelbyville High School. Later that evening the Lady Tigers faced Ooltewah High School.
The DCHS Lady Tigers Soccer team traveled to Smith County Thursday for their district match and lost 5-2 The night was intense both teams came out to fight for the win. With only 6 minutes into the game Smith County scored the first goal of the night. This would be the only goal scored during the first half.
After watching the Warriors erase their lead late in the game, the DeKalb County Tigers mounted a drive that would give them the game winning touchdown and a 27-22 victory over White County at Sparta Friday night.
The win was the first of the season for the Tigers which puts them at 1-3 on the year with a trip to Cannon County set for next Friday night.
The DeKalb County Tigers dropped to 0-3 on the season with a 33-0 loss at Livingston Academy Friday night
Although the night belonged to the Wildcats they didn't get their first points until 2:03 left in the second period on a 12 yard touchdown run by Dylan Linder. The extra point attempt by Emory Duke was blocked but Livingston Academy led 6-0.
The DeKalb Middle School Lady Saints Soccer team started their conference schedule last week in fine fashion. The Lady Saints played Prescott Middle in Cookeville on Tuesday, August 26, and came out with a hard fought victory with a score of 1-0. Sophie Hackett had the sole point for the Lady Saints with Mary Maple making several great saves at the goalie position.
The DeKalb County Tigers are still in search of the first win of the season after losing their second straight game at home Friday night, this time to the Stone Memorial Panthers 35 -17.
DC lost their season opener last week to Warren County 34 to 30 in Smithville.
The DCHS Lady Tigers Soccer team had their work cut out for them during their home game with Murfreesboro Central Magnet Tuesday night. The night started out with both teams being aggressive to the ball. Within the first 5 minutes of the game Murfreesboro Central Magnet Julia Barch had control of the ball and closed down the play to complete the first goal.
The DeKalb County Tigers lost their season opener to the Warren County Pioneers in Smithville Friday night 34-30.
The Tigers moved seventy yards in four plays to get their first points of the night. Quarterback Steven Jennings scored on a thirteen yard run with 10:29 left in the first period. Matthew Poss added the extra point and DC led 7-0.
The DCHS Lady Tigers Soccer Team defeated Middle Tennessee Christian on the road Thursday 9-0.
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