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High School Basketball
Steve Sunday March 5, 2017

The Cumberland County High School Lady Jets fell to the Lady Warriors at Riverdale High School 79-58 Saturday night in the sectional round of the TSSAA state tournament. The Lady Warriors, the defending state champions, are the top ranked team in the state according to the AP and their number one in the nation according to the USA Today Super 25. The Lady Jets end their season with 27 wins and only 5 losses, winners of the District 6AAA regular season and tournament titles, finished as the Region 3AAA runner-up, advanced to the sectionals for a fourth straight year and were ranked 10th in the state in the final AP Poll.

 


Tennesseee Stars AAU Basketball
Submitted Saturday March 4, 2017

Tennessee Stars AAU Basketball will hold an informational meeting for 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls Sunday, March 5, at 3:00 pm in the CCHS Gymnasium. For information contact Coach Foster 931-248-3220 or Coach Miller 931-337-1559.

 
Fall Creek Falls Park contract postponed


Fall Creek Falls Park contract postponed
AP Friday March 3, 2017

The Haslam administration has postponed the deadline for private companies interested in running Fall Creek Falls State Park to submit proposals.

State Department of Environment and Conservation spokesman Eric Ward told local media Wednesday that the request for proposals to privatize was delayed to incorporate amended process language which will be available soon.

The administrations process has drawn criticism from the Tennessee State Employees Association, several lawmakers and others who question the effort to privatize hospitality services at the park.

Among concerns of critics is that the request for proposal language allows significantly less oversight by the State Building Commission, which critics say could lead to buildings that are less safe.

Governor Haslam says privatization of amenities could help state parks run better and could save taxpayers money.

(Photo Courtesy WKRN)

 


High School Basketball - Region Tournament
Steve Friday March 3, 2017

The Cumberland County High School Lady Jets battled the Bearettes at Bradley Central High School in the Region 3AAA Championship game on Thursday. Through three quarters neither team could take control and the Bearettes held a two point lead as the final quarter began. Bradley, ranked second in the state, claimed the title as they improved to 32 and 0 on the season with a 59-47 win. CCHS, the 10th ranked team in the state in the final AP Poll, is now 27 and 4. Both teams advance to the Sectionals and will be in action Saturday night.

A pair of Lady Jets were named to the All-Region Tournament Team: Destiny Carlton and Gracee Dishman. Two SMHS Lady Panthers were also named to the squad: Lexi Hinch and Tesa Johnson.

The CCHS Lady Jets will travel to play the Riverdale Lady Warriors in Murfreesboro in the Sectionals of the TSSAA State Tournament Saturday night at 7:00. The Lady Warriors, the defending State Champions, are unbeaten this season, they are ranked number one in the State according to the final AP Poll and the number one team in the nation according to the USA Today Super 25 Basketball Rankings. Pre-game coverage will begin at 6:55 on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

 


UPDATE: NWS Now Says 5 Tornadoes Hit Tennessee on Wednesday
Peg Broadcasting News Friday March 3, 2017

The National Weather Service has now confirmed that five twisters touched down in Middle Tennessee on Wednesday morning. The first one hit in Williamson County, the second in Davidson County and the third in Wilson County and two in Putnam County. All were category EF-1.

Storm damage reports continue to come in. Strong winds reportedly ripped off roofs and blew down trees in Monterey, TN in Putnam County. The Monterey Disaster Response Team is asking for volunteers to help clear the debris. Volunteers should report to the Monterey Depot at 7 a.m. Central Time on Friday and Saturday, March 3 and 4.

 

 
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