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Harris to continue playing basketball at UT-Martin

TRENTON, Tenn. -- Peabody senior basketball standout, Ja'darius Harris, signed to continue his basketball career next season at UT-Martin. This past season, Harris had a breakout senior year, winning the Mr.…

Patterson signs with Bethel

ALAMO, Tenn. -- This afternoon, Crockett County point guard, Anya Patterson, signed to continue her career on the court with Bethel University. During her time as a Lady Cavalier, Patterson worked to become one of the best point guards in…

Jackson stays close to home by signing with Bethel

MEDINA, Tenn. -- Today, South Gibson's Marcus Jackson signed to continue his football career with Bethel University. Last season for the Hornets, Jackson was recognized as an All-Region member, lining up…

Barker signs with Berry College

JACKSON, Tenn. -- This afternoon, Sacred Heart's Harris Barker signed with Berry College to further his basketball career. Barker's career didn't begin at Sacred Heart, however, but right down the road…

Crews signs with Milligan College

JACKSON, Tenn. -- This morning, TCA's Ben Crews signed with Milligan College to continue his soccer career. On the field last season, Crews was listed as an All-District and All-Region member, while also…

USJ names Stroup new athletic director

JACKSON, Tenn. -- Today USJ released a statement that Michael Stroup will now take over responsibilities as athletic director. Stroup has been the head football coach at USJ for the past 2…

High School Boys Basketball State Tournament Scores (Mar. 15)

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -- Results from the TSSAA boys state basketball tournament from March 15, 2019:   CLASS A: Columbia Academy 76 / Eagleville 63 Humboldt 66 / McKenzie 55   CLASS AA: Knoxville Fulton 66 / East Nashville 55 Wooddale…

Fans send off Humboldt boys to state tournament

HUMBOLDT, Tenn. -- In the city of Humboldt, basketball is a way of life. Today, the Humboldt faithful gathered today to send off the Vikings back to the state tournament for the…

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