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  1. 17 days until tournament. Almost at 50 confirmed teams!! Please contact Matt Ferrell at 931-510-8835 if interested.
  2. Usually don't chime in on these things, but seriously were you at this particular game? If the answer is no, you really don't know. If the answer is yes and you think that game was officiated well, then I got nothing for ya. I never get on here and say anything about officiating, but this was a disgrace that a district tournament game was officiated this poorly and I will leave it at that. One team shot 36 free throws. 3 6! 36! One shot 11. The foul count....sweet mother... The better team might have won. I am not saying they didn't. But anyone that was there and honest, on both sides, will tell you, the officiating 100% played a significant impact in the outcome of the game.
  3. Macon won the toss and will be the #1 tourney seed. Smith won the toss and will be the #7 seed in the tournament.
  4. Coach of the Year- McKinney (RBS) MVP- Taylor Strong (clay) Defensive MVP- Kassie Monday (Range) Co Freshman MVP- Shayla Wood (PC) and KK Donoho (Trousdale) 1st- Kenzie Arms, Aaliyah Brown, Kassie MOnday, Kaylee Monday, Shelby Petty 2nd- Abbi Bilbrey, Kennedy Fleming, Gracie Bush, Reece Stover, Britt (Gordonsville) 3rd- Kyndal Ludick, Haley Davis, Rachel Copass, Chloe Howard, Chloe Donoho All Defense Team- Kaylee Monday, Abbi Bilbrey, Elly Smith, Maddy Harlan, Claire Fleming All Freshman- Eliza Jenkins, Claire Fleming, CarolAnn Stockton, Katie Vaden, Liza Dennis, Lily Manor
  5. I agree that they can, but one thing was not in play for white or stone. Home game, post season atmosphere #1 and #2 seniors that have a lot of wins last potential game. I would not want to face Dishman in the go home game this year. I know UHS and MC CAN both win, I did not say they couldn't. I think they both can, but will definitely be tough in an EXTREMELY TOUGH atmosphere once they get to that game.
  6. Both of these teams will have an incredibly difficult time beating CCHS considering the Region TOurnament this year is AT CCHS!
  7. TSSAA needs to re-evaluate these situations. Penalizing programs and schools is not the correct way to go about this. #1 like is stated above, the kid can transfer and then the school/program is what truly suffers. Aside from that though, coaches and programs should not be what pays the ultimate price in these situations. Here is my reasoning: Coaches and whole teams should not be penalized for a 16/17 year old losing their cool for 45 seconds when in all reality, the coach could be doing EVERYTHING right. They could kick the kid off the team the next day, and it still does not take away what happened. Most of the times, the coach is not pushing this behavior. I think it is wrong to penalize the coach and/or the whole teams. Another example...if a kid starts a fight then quits the team the next day, who pays? The coach and the teammates. That is not right. These fights need to be put back on the individual kids and adults that are involved. If a kid is involved in a fight, make it an eligibility issue, no different than a suspension or a transfer. Make it an eligibility issue and deal with it harshly. If involved in a fight, 10 game suspension (no questions asked), but can be reviewed upon appeal by the TSSAA board. Either way, if involved the kid will serve some type of suspension. The TSSAA should create a board of coaches and administrators from all areas of the state. Have that board of coaches and administrators come up with a policy that can be applied in these situations. Let that board be who hears appeals, etc. This will add consistency to the situation that has been missing in previous events like this one. In reality, there is no easy way to deal with these situations, but post season bans on the entire team, several of which are not involved, is not working and is not the right way to deal with it. Penalize the team in other ways. Penalize the players individually. Have a group of people create the rule that the whole state will follow and MOST IMPORTANTLY, BE CONSISTENT!!!
  8. 3/6 and 4/5 matchups come tourney time will be good games. If they were on a neutral site, could be really good games in my opinion. If Pickett ends up the 6, they have a legit shot at RBS. If it is Jackson or Clarkrange, I would think they have a chance too. All depends on the big for RBS. I would think Trousdale and Gordonsville at the 4/5 will be a complete toss up. All District, Marsh is the most dominant kid...but I honestly don't know that West isn't the best player in this district. He is a kid that makes every single kid on the floor around him better. Him or Marsh, neither choice will be wrong.
  9. A good point. To this point, a kid like John Jenkins (clearly the best HS player in TN at that time) never played in the state tournament. Doesn't mean he wasn't deserving of the award. He was definitely the BEST PLAYER....which is what this award is. IMO however, a team aspect should also be taken into consideration. For example, a kid on a great team may not have to average 30 every night to win. They may average 16 and 8 rebounds and contribute in every area to winning. That should definitely hold some weight in the argument in my opinion.
  10. Looking to have the most competitive tournament in Tennessee for this weekend!! If interested, please contact Matt Ferrell for a group rate now! 931-510-8835
  11. Class A definitely Deserving in my opinion, no certain order: Chloe Moore and Tess Darby (Greenfield), Aaliyah Brown (Pickett), Kenzie Arms and Taylor Strong (Clay Co) How you get that list to 3, I am not sure haha. Class AA: Keely Carter/Jalyn Gregory (Macon County), Gracee Dishman (Cumberland), Wykle from South Green. IMO Wykle is a tough kid to beat for this award. A 2 time state champion, 4.0 GPA, ultimate competitor, and amazing stats, as well as 2,000 career points while missing a complete season. IMO, shes a tough kid to beat. Dishman will end up with 3,000 in her career though, so although the team stats haven't been as good, 3,000 is amazing. Tough to ever get that.
  12. I would be FLOORED if Clay can win on the road AT Clarkrange....
  13. Tennessee Rush Basketball will hold tryouts for its' girls teams on February 16, 2019 at Cookeville High School!! The tryout is for 3rd-8th grade girls and the times are listed below: 3rd Girls: 11:30- 1 PM WEST GYM 4th Girls: 11:30- 1 PM EAST GYM 5th Girls: 10-11:30 AM WEST GYM 6th Girls: 10-11:30 AM EAST GYM 7th Girls: 10- 11:30 AM MAIN GYM 8th Girls: 11:30- 1 PM MAIN GYM Please contact Matt Ferrell at 931-510-8835 or sign up online at www.tennesseerush.com!
  14. HUGE next couple of weeks for District 6A!! How does everyone see the district playing out? Preseason picks were: 1. Clarkrange 2. Clay 3. Pickett 4. RBS 5. Trousdale Is that how everyone sees it playing out down the stretch? As of right now, there is a 3 way tie for first between those top 3. Pickett has to go to Clay, Clay has to go to Clarkrange, and Clarkrange has to go to Pickett. I think Clarkrange wins at home over Clay, Pickett/Clarkrange at Pickett is a toss up imo, and Pickett wins at home over Clay. Good luck to everyone as we head down the home stretch toward tourney time!
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