The DCHS girls soccer team battled with rival Livingston Academy on Tuesday night in Smithville with the game ending in a 2-2 tie. Angeles Soto scored both of DeKalb's goals. The team plays again this Saturday, September 5 in the Rebellette tournament at Franklin County High School in Winchester
The DeKalb County Tigers lost the first game of the season Friday night at Crossville against the Stone Memorial Panthers. The final score was 49-17.
The Tigers got on the board with a 24 yard field goal by kicker Matthew Poss with 8:31 left in the first period to take a 3-0 lead.
The Girls Soccer team at DCHS defeated beating Sequatchie County 5-2 Thursday evening at home. Haleigh Bass had 2 goals, and Angeles Soto, Hannah James, and Anna Rachel Blair each had 1 goal. The girls play again next Tuesday, September 1 at home against Livingston Academy at 6 pm.
The DCHS girls Soccer Team defeated York Institute Tuesday 3-1 at home. Anna Rachel Blair scored one goal and Haleigh Bass scored two goals. Jessica Billings, the Goalie, had seventeen saves. The next game will be Thursday, August 27 at 6:00 p.m. against Sequatchie County in Smithville.
The DeKalb County Tigers opened the 2015 season with a 23 to 14 win at Warren County Friday night in McMinnville.
The Pioneers scored with 10:31 left in the first period on a 15 yard run by Lorenzo Wilson. Evan Reynolds converted the PAT and Warren County led 7-0.
The DCHS Girls soccer team battled with the Cumberland County Jets in Crossville on Thursday night coming away with a hard fought 2-1 victory. Haleigh Bass scored both of the goals. The girls play next this Tuesday, August 25 at home against York Institute in a district match beginning at 6:30 p.m..
The DCHS Tiger Football season opens Friday night, August 21 at Warren County but fans can get their first look at the team in action during the Jamboree at Watertown on Saturday, August 15.
The Tigers open the season with three road trips: to Warren County on August 21, to Stone Memorial at Crossville on August 28, and at York Institute in Jamestown September 4.
Steven Jennings, a rising Junior could become the first DCHS Tiger ever to play collegiate baseball in the Southeastern Conference.
This outstanding pitcher and short stop for the DCHS program has already earned an SEC offer from Ole Miss and has given a verbal commitment to play for the Rebels after his high school career is completed.
The DCHS Tigerettes have been eliminated from the TSSAA Class AA State GIRLS Softball Tournament after losing to South Gibson 9-0 Wednesday morning in Murfreesboro.
The Tigerettes also lost Tuesday night to Chattanooga Central 8 to 3.
In only their second season of soccer, the DMS Boys' Soccer Team are Conference Champions.
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