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HUCK

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  1. HUCK

    Class AAA State Tournament

    Howard plays AAU for FBC out of Atlanta.
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    6AAA Girls

    How exactly do you coach effort?
  3. HUCK

    Region 3AAA Rundown

    Stewart's Creek beat Riverdale and Blackman this week!
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    6AAA Tournament

    Cancelled for today! A lot of Cumberland County is without power. They may play tomorrow..check coacht main page for seeding outlines for region play.
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    Cookeville (6-0) @ Rhea County (5-0)

    28-27 rhea with one second..62 yard screen pass
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    Who won Pickett Co vs Warren Co game?

    48-35 Warren County
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    Stone Memorial

    A great man as well as coach. His wife has ties to the upper Cumberland. He is one of the hardest working coaches you will ever find and he is gifted at teaching the game. Excellent hire!
  8. All teams from ages 3rd grade to 8th grade are invited to play. No team entry fee. The dates are March 15th and 16th. Please contact Erick Baird at [email protected] or 423-650-7924. Games will be at Dibrell Elementary School.
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    District 5-AAA

    District 5-AAA and Region 3-AAA is at Cleveland High and 6-AAA is at White County
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    District 5-AAA

    Cleveland High School
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    DeKalb Co Girls Basketball

    13-2 is average?
  12. The McMinnville Miracle will be hosting a free play-day at Dibrell Elementary School on March 9th and 10th, 2012. The play-day is open to girls teams, 3rd grade to high school. Please contact Warren County Head Girls Basketball Coach Erick Baird at [email protected] for more details.
  13. http://www.warrenschools.com/Page/6178
  14. Monday December 19th, 2011 Home Teams are listed First Warren County High School: 10:00 AM Boys Middle TN 47 vs. Cumberland County 78 11:30 AM Girls Warren County 42 vs. Rhea County 32 (Game 1) 1:00 PM Boys Huffman (AL) 51 vs. Smith County 41 4:00 PM Girls Coffee County 35 vs. Stone Memorial 38 (Game 3) 5:30 PM Girls Warren County 37 vs. Middle Tennessee 29 (Game 5) 7:00 PM Boys Warren County 60 vs. Jackson County 57 Boyd-Christian School: 10:00 AM Boys Moore County 60 vs. Jackson County 66 11:30 AM Girls Cannon County 48 vs. Monterey 8 (Game 2) 1:00 PM Girls Oakland 48 vs. Moore County 46 (Game 4) 4:00 PM Girls Cannon County 53 vs. Cumberland County 50 (Game 6) 5:30 PM Boys Cannon County 74 vs. Middle Tennessee 52 7:00 PM Boys Hixson 64 vs. Boyd-Christian 46 Tuesday December 20th, 2011 Warren County High School: 11:30 AM Boys Cookeville 65 vs. Huffman (AL) 51 2:00 PM Girls Rhea County 31 vs. Coffee County 50 (Game 7) 4:00 PM Boys Smith County 48 vs. Cookeville 46 5:30 PM Girls Cumberland Co. 45 vs. Coffee County 40 (Game 11) 7:00 PM Boys Warren County 51 vs. Moore County 38 Boyd-Christian School: 11:30 AM Boys Monterey 42 vs. Hixson 59 1:00 PM Girls Monterey 31 vs. Moore County 52 (Game 8) 4:00 PM Boys Boyd-Christian 43 vs. Monterey 45 5:30 PM Girls Middle TN 33 vs. Moore County 75 (Game 12) 7:00 PM Boys Cumberland Co. 68 vs. Cannon County 47
  15. Monday December 19th, 2011 Home Teams are listed First Warren County High School: 10:00 AM Boys Middle TN 47 vs. Cumberland County 78 11:30 AM Girls Warren County 42 vs. Rhea County 32 (Game 1) 1:00 PM Boys Huffman (AL) 51 vs. Smith County 41 4:00 PM Girls Coffee County 35 vs. Stone Memorial 38 (Game 3) 5:30 PM Girls Warren County 37 vs. Middle Tennessee 29 (Game 5) 7:00 PM Boys Warren County 60 vs. Jackson County 57 Boyd-Christian School: 10:00 AM Boys Moore County 60 vs. Jackson County 66 11:30 AM Girls Cannon County 48 vs. Monterey 8 (Game 2) 1:00 PM Girls Oakland 48 vs. Moore County 46 (Game 4) 4:00 PM Girls Cannon County 53 vs. Cumberland County 50 (Game 6) 5:30 PM Boys Cannon County 74 vs. Middle Tennessee 52 7:00 PM Boys Hixson 64 vs. Boyd-Christian 46 Tuesday December 20th, 2011 Warren County High School: 11:30 AM Boys Cookeville 65 vs. Huffman (AL) 51 2:00 PM Girls Rhea County 31 vs. Coffee County 50 (Game 7) 4:00 PM Boys Smith County 48 vs. Cookeville 46 5:30 PM Girls Cumberland Co. 45 vs. Coffee County 40 (Game 11) 7:00 PM Boys Warren County 51 vs. Moore County 38 Boyd-Christian School: 11:30 AM Boys Monterey 42 vs. Hixson 59 1:00 PM Girls Monterey 31 vs. Moore County 52 (Game 8) 4:00 PM Boys Boyd-Christian 43 vs. Monterey 45 5:30 PM Girls Middle TN 33 vs. Moore County 75 (Game 12) 7:00 PM Boys Cumberland Co. 68 vs. Cannon County 47
  16. HUCK

    Warren County vs Van Buren County

    Controversial ending spoils spectacular game By Jeff Simmons Southern Standard A black cloud will forever hang over the finale of the Warren County High School boys basketball team’s game against the Van Buren County Eagles on Friday night. The Pioneers and Eagles were locked in a tightly-contested game that went into overtime before two technical fouls sent Pioneer coach Malcolm Montgomery and his team storming to the locker room with 2:08 to play. With Warren County in the locker room, the referees had no other choice than to call the game and declare Van Buren County the victors as the home team led 61-56 when the game was suddenly halted. For more details on coach Montgomery’s walkout, see page 1-A. Before the sudden ending, the Pioneers and Eagles battled toe-to-toe in a game that couldn’t finish in the first 32 minutes. Neither team led by more than five points in the first half before Warren County built an 11-point advantage in the third quarter. Sophomore Lee Carden and seniors Hunter Daniel and Hunter Adams were responsible for giving the Pioneers some breathing room in the third quarter. Carden began the second half by banking in a 3-pointer to give Warren County a 30-29 advantage. Adams then scored by getting behind the Eagle defense for an easy layup following a missed 3-pointer. Another defensive stand led to Daniel drilling a 3-pointer as Warren County led 35-29. Following another failed Eagle possession, Adams scored on a layup set up by a great bounce pass from Jacob Reagan to make the advantage eight and force the Van Buren County coach to call a time-out. The Eagles countered with a score, but Adams followed it up with a free throw and a layup off a pass from Daniel to make it 40-31. Daniel then drilled a 3-pointer to respond to a free throw by the Eagles to give Warren County its first double-digit lead. Mitchell McCorkle and Tucker Smith added layups near the end of the third, but a late foul cost the Pioneers three points going into the fourth. For the second time in the game, a Warren County player fouled an Eagle while shooting a 3-pointer. Justin Ware’s foul came with 1.5 seconds left in the third and the Van Buren County player connected on all three freebies to make it 47-39 entering the fourth. Van Buren County put its sweat and blood into a fourth-quarter comeback to tie the game and send it to overtime. The blood spill came on a fourth-quarter incident when Pioneer post Nick Simmons accidentally caught a Van Buren County player with an elbow while fighting for a rebound. Action continued with the Eagles ending up with a layup to slice the lead to 52-37, but an extensive clean-up effort followed as blood was tracked all over the court. After a nearly 15-minute delay, action resumed and Warren County tried to kill the clock to hold on to a slim lead down the stretch. The Pioneers took two minutes off the clock running a weave to keep Van Buren County off balance. Warren County’s stall tactic backfired when the team’s offense went missing over the final five minutes and Van Buren County stormed into the lead. It took two free throws from Carden with 51.3 seconds left to send the game to overtime, but Carden also missed a chance to end the game in regulation. Carden, a sophomore who started his first varsity game Friday, took the final shot in regulation after a play devised for Reagan was stopped by the Van Buren County offense. Reagan tried to weave through the heart of the defense, but with four defenders converging Reagan looked to the corner for Carden. Carden got off a 3-pointer just before the buzzer, but the ball kicked off the back of the iron and the game went into overtime. In extra time, Van Buren County got off to a quick start. The Eagles got a 3-pointer to start the period before Daniel cut the lead back to one with a floater in the lane that touched every part of the rim before falling in. Another basket by Van Buren County, this time on a putback following a missed shot, moved the lead back to three before the controversial ending stopped action with 2:08 to play. The loss moves Warren County’s record to 3-3 overall. Adams and Daniel led the Pioneers with 13 points apiece. Simmons and Carden scored six points each. The Pioneers are off this week but return to action Tuesday, Dec. 13 at home against the Middle Tennessee Heat. The game is the second scheduled “Whiteout†game, where students are encouraged to bring toilet paper to toss on the court after the first made basket by the boys team.
  17. HUCK

    Oak Ridge Job

    Karra Jackson New Oak Ridge Coach OAK RIDGE, Tenn. — Less than two weeks after Oak Ridge High School Athletic Director Mike Mullins began his search for a girls' basketball coach, he came out of the gates early Friday with his new top Lady Wildcat. Karra Jackson was introduced to the players around 7:15 this morning alongside Mullins and Principal Dr. Jody Goins. Jackson comes to Oak Ridge from Lexington’s (Ky.) Bryan Station High School after four years. She led the Lady Defenders to a 24-7 record this past season and garnered a second Region Coach of the Year award. Bryan Station was a regional semifinalist and was ranked in the top 20 in Kentucky last season. “We’re proud that our search was diligent, thorough, and resulted in today's announcement,†said Mullins. “Coach Jackson’s track record and reputation as a player, teacher, and as a coach makes us confident that they will translate to success for our girls' basketball program. “The committee worked extremely hard, their research and persistence paid off after many long hours. I appreciate our fans patience during this arduous process.†Originally from Middlesboro, Ky., Jackson crossed the Cumberland Gap to play college basketball at Lincoln Memorial University where she was a four-year starter for the Division II Lady Railsplitters. While a player at LMU, she was named the 1998 Gulf South Conference Freshman of the Year, earned All-Gulf South Conference honors three times, was team captain twice and was named the school’s Female Athlete of the Year for 2001 and 2002. Jackson also served as an assistant to Hall of Fame coach Roy Bowling at North Laurel High School in London, Ky., before taking the job at Bryan Station. Coach Bowling won four girls' state championships — including three straight from 1977-79 at Laurel County. Jackson is the third coach in the last three years for the Lady Wildcats program after longtime coach Jill Prudden stepped down two years ago. Prudden, a 900-win coach, was followed by her assistant David Scott this past season. “I am very excited about the hiring of Karra Jackson as the new head coach,†Prudden stated in a press release. “She impressed me with her genuine desire to teach young ladies both on and off the court.†Scott led Oak Ridge to a 21-7 season, a regular season District 3-AAA title, and a second-place finish in the district tournament before losing to William Blount in the Region 2-AAA tournament. The district Coach of the Year stepped down a little more than a month ago to spend more time with his family.
  18. 1st Annual Warren County Travel Basketball Rumble on the Ridge March 18th and 19th, 2011 Games will be played at Warren County High School and Warren County Middle School in McMinnville Tennessee Boys and Girls Teams – 4th grade and up Requirements: $100.00 Deposit check that will be returned on completion of your last basketball game! Admission: $5.00 at gate for each day to pay for referees and janitorial staff Contact: Erick Baird at 423-650-7924 or [email protected]
  19. Coffee County @ Warren County tonight has been rescheduled for Monday February 7th, 2011.
  20. DeKalb County at Warren County cancelled. Make-up date is January 22nd.
  21. HUCK

    Weather-related Postponements

    Warren County @ Cumberland County is cancelled tonight. The make-up date is January 17th at 6 and 7:30.
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    Play Day at Franklin Co on Nov. 6th

    REBELETTE 2010 PLAY DAY MASTER SCHEDULE {DATED OCT. 28TH} FRANKLIN CO. MAIN FRANKLIN CO. AUXILIARY 8:00 RHEA CO. – CASCADE FRANKLIN CO. – COFFEE CO. (JV) 9:00 WARREN CO. – GRUNDY RHEA CO. – COFFEE CO. 10:00 FRANKLIN CO. – GPS CANNON CO. – RAVENWOOD 11:00 WILSON CENTRAL – WARREN CO. COFFEE CO. – INDEPENDENCE 12:00 FRANKLIN CO. – RAVENWOOD RIVERDALE – JACKSON CO. 1:00 HICKMAN CO. – COFFEE CO. WATERTOWN – SEWANEE 2:00 RAVENWOOD – RIVERDALE CHEATHAM CO. – SEWANEE 3:00 FRANKLIN CO. – OAKLAND JACKSON CO. – GRUNDY 4:00 TROUSDALE – SEWANEE HICKMAN CO. – SEQUATCHIE CO. 5:00 JACKSON CO. – TULLAHOMA TROUSDALE – GRUNDY HUNTLAND SOUTH MIDDLE SCHOOL 8:00 OPEN OPEN 9:00 HUNTLAND – SEWANEE TULLAHOMA – OAKLAND 10:00 CULLEOKA – TROUSDALE CHEATHAM CO. – CASCADE 11:00 HICKMAN CO. – HUNTLAND RHEA CO. – OAKLAND 12:00 CULLEOKA – CHEATHAM CO. CANNON CO. - SEQUATCHIE CO. 1:00 WARREN CO. – GPS CENTRAL MAGNET – TROUSDALE 2:00 INDEPENDENCE– TULLAHOMA WILSON CENTRAL– SEQUATCHIE 3:00 HUNTLAND – WATERTOWN CENTRAL MAGNET – CASCADE 4:00 OPEN WILSON CENTRAL - GPS 5:00 INDEPENDENCE - WATERTOWN
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    Tucker resigns at Walker Valley

    Jan Spangler is the new girls basketball coach at Walker Valley. After playing at Lee University in Cleveland Tennessee, she has been the graduate assistant under Marty Rowe for the last 2 years. http://www.leeuniversity.edu/goladyflames/basketball/coachDetails.aspx?Channel=%2fChannels%2fAthletics+Content&WorkflowItemID=692d4851-bcc6-4506-ae00-82ff66404eb4
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    6-AAA Schedule?

    6-AAA at Warren County High School #1 Cookeville versus #4 Warren County @ 4:30 PM #2 White County versus #3 Cumberland County @ 7:30 PM Consolation Monday Championship on Tuesday
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    6-AAA Schedule?

    Thursday Feb 18th, 2010 #5 Cumberland County at #4 Warren County 7:00 PM unless Boys team loses to Cumberland tomorrow. If so they will play double header on Thursday (6:00 and 7:30) Saturday Feb 20th, 2010 Winner of Thursday's game versus #1 White County @ Warren County 3:00 PM #3 Coffee County versus #2 Cookeville 6:00 PM Monday Feb 22nd, 2010 Consolation @ 6:00 PM Tuesday Feb 23rd, 2010 Championship @ 6:00 PM
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