On March 10, the Whitwell High School Fishing Team came in with a first-place win during a tournament with over 60 boats on Nickajack Lake.
The South Pittsburg Lady Pirates and the Richard Hardy Lady Hawks battled two times last week. Both teams came away with victories. South Pittsburg won 59-20 on Feb. 2 and Richard Hardy picked up a 59-58 win on Jan. 29.
The Marion County men’s and women’s basketball teams picked up wins over Sequatchie County on Feb. 2. The Lady Warriors won 48-39 and the men’s team walked away with a 71-69 lead.
Both the Marion County men’s and women’s teams picked up wins over South Pittsburg on Friday night. The Lady Warriors won 56-44 and the men won 69-48.
The Richard Hardy Hawks traveled to Chattanooga Saturday to take on Boyd Buchanan. Richard Hardy’s men’s team picked up a 55-44 win in overtime, but the Lady Hawks fell 51-28.
The Richard Hardy men’s and ladies’ basketball teams traveled to Chattanooga to take on Howard on Dec. 18. The Lady Hawks came away with a 49-32 victory. The men lost a close one, 61-59.
The South Pittsburg Lady Pirates basketball team picked up two more wins last week. They beat St. Andrews-Sewanee 57-24 and Sequatchie County 57-52.
The Whitwell Tigers men’s basketball team lost a close one to Riverside Christian Academy on Dec. 1, 73-61. The Tigers picked up a 74-69 double overtime win over Huntland on Nov. 24.
The Lady Tigers picked up one win last week against Riverside Christian. They defeated Riverside 66-42 on Dec. 1. The Lady Tigers suffered a 61-33 loss against Huntland on Nov. 24.
From left to right: Marion County High School Head Softball Coach Randy Ellis; Marion County High School Assistant Softball Coach Eldon Ritchie; Veronica Vinson; Brian Vinson; Chattanooga State Head Softball Coach: Blythe Golden; Chattanooga State Assistant Softball Coach: Brandon Carr.
On Nov. 9, Camryn Haag, a Whitwell High School (WHS) softball player, signed with King University in Bristol, Tenn. During the signing event, Haag was joined by her WHS teammates, coaches, family and friends. Haag has played softball since for over ten years, and she was an integral part o…
For the first time in history, South Pittsburg, Whitwell and Marion County will all be playing in the quarterfinals of the state football playoffs.
The South Pittsburg Pirates mercy ruled Monterey in the first round of the Class 1A state football playoffs Friday night. After scoring 21 first-quarter points, South Pittsburg (11-0) cruised to a 41-0 victory.
The Marion County Warriors defeated Polk County Friday night 47-13 to secure second place in Region 3-2A. The win secures a home field first round playoff spot this Friday.
The St. Andrews-Sewanee Mountain Lions ran their season record to 6-1 with a 56-8 blasting of Hendersonville Christian Academy on Saturday, October 7. The win sets up the Mountain Lions to play The Webb School on Friday October 20 for a chance to play for their conference championship. That …
The South Pittsburg Pirates used not only their offense, but also their defense to score points on East Atlanta Friday night. After scoring 34 first-quarter points, South Pittsburg easily cruised to a 62-14 victory.
For the South Pittsburg Pirates and the Whitwell Tigers, one date has been circled on both teams’ calendars for a long time; Friday, Oct. 13.
The St. Andrews-Sewanee Mountain Lions lost their first game of the 2017 campaign on Friday, September 22nd, as Franklin Christian Academy had an offensive explosion in a 61-44 defeat of the host Mountain Lions. The loss dropped their record to 4-1 on the season.