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The encore for Smyrna picked up where the first act left off last spring. The Lady Bulldogs began defense of their TSSAA Class AAA softball title with their fifth straight win over rival Riverdale after a 3-2, District 7-AAA victory against the visiting Lady Warriors on Monday night.
It was even better for the home-standing Boyd-Buchanan Buccaneers as they used a seven-run first inning as a springboard to a 13-5 non-district victory over the Chattanooga Christian Chargers Monday afternoon.
The Monterey baseball team may have lost some key seniors from last year's District 7-A title-winning team, but coach John Looper has a solid core of returnees that could help the Wildcats have success in 2014.
A split of public and private high schools for postseason play -- regardless of financial aid status -- will be proposed Wednesday at the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association's Legislative Council meeting.
District 14-A is the largest district of softball teams in West Tennessee with nine - Bradford, Gibson County, Greenfield, Halls, Humboldt, Lake County, South Fulton, Trenton Peabody and Union City.
In recent years, Riverside and Trinity Christian Academy have dominated the top two spots in this district and many times have been the two teams to represent West Tennessee in the Class A state tournament.
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WALKERa SVALLEY softball coach Lauren Limburg talks with a group of her girls during their 50-inning Blue and Gold game at Larry Haney Field on Saturday.
When talking about a district loaded with quality teams, District 15-A has dominated putting teams in the state tournament in recent years.
I took a peek at this year's inductees for the Metro Nashville Public Schools Sports Hall of Fame, and it is an impressive group.
After coming up just short in a comeback attempt on Friday night, the Covenant baseball team could not bounce back as they dropped both games of a doubleheader to USA South foe Huntingdon on Saturday afternoon.
The Taylor softball team rolled past Tennessee Temple, 11-0 and 10-1 on Friday in Chattanooga, pushing its current win streak to eight for the program's longest streak in over a decade.
Tyner's streaking Rams, who have won 13 consecutive games, drew a team that's even hotter on Saturday at the draw meeting for the 2014 TSSAA boys' state basketball tournament at Middle Tennessee State University.
The Commanders scored in each of the five innings of the opener on 12 hits and six Station Camp errors.
The Hendersonville High and Station Camp High baseball teams are in similar boats this season.
The White House High School baseball program has been playing second fiddle as of late.