The DCHS basketball teams swept the Cannon County Lions and Lionettes at Woodbury Friday night with the girls winning 70 to 40 and boys taking a 58 to 47 victory.
The York Institute came to Smithville Tuesday night and swept the Tigers and Lady Tigers.
The Lady Tigers lost 46 to 37 and the Tigers were taken down 56 to 44.
In the girls game, DC led 12 to 10 after the 1st period but trailed 23 to 17 at halftime and 38 to 25 after the 3rd period before losing 46 to 37.
The DCHS basketball teams rallied for come from behind victories over Watertown on the road Friday night. The Tigers won 59 to 52 and the Lady Tigers got a 48 to 44 win.
The DCHS Tigers and Lady Tigers swept both games at Gordonsville Tuesday night with the girls winning 67 to 31 and the boys getting a 71 to 58 victory.
In the girls game, DC led 20 to 8 after the 1st period, 44 to 19 at halftime, and 61 to 28 after the 3rd period before winning 67 to 31.
DeKalb County dropped a pair of basketball games to the visiting Warren County Pioneers and Lady Pioneers Monday night in Smithville. The Lady Tigers lost 44 to 35 while the Tigers suffered a 68 to 56 defeat to their neighbors.
The DCHS Tigers and Lady Tigers fell short on the road at White County Tuesday night, losing 65 to 44 in the girls game and 67 to 56 in the boys contest.
The Lady Tigers trailed 22 to 11 after the 1st period, 34 to 21 at halftime, and 47 to 32 after the 3rd period before losing 65 to 44.
The DCHS Tigers rallied in the fourth period for a 73 to 63 come from behind win over visiting Bledsoe County Monday night in Smithville. It was exactly the reverse for the Lady Tigers as they lost a fourth quarter lead and fell to the visitors 48 to 42.
The DCHS basketball teams lost at Pickett County Friday night in a pair of Hall of Fame games. The Lady Tigers fell 77 to 32 and while the Tigers lost 63 to 44.
DeKalb County will host Bledsoe County Monday night, November 20 starting with the girls game at 5:30 p.m. and will play at White County Tuesday night, November 21 starting at 6 p.m.
Boyd Christian proved to be no match for the DeKalb County Tigers and Lady Tigers on opening night of DCHS Basketball in the annual Hall of Fame showdown Tuesday.
The Lady Tigers won 61 to 15 and the Tigers prevailed 79-25
In the girls game, the Lady Tigers led 14 to 2 after the 1st period, 28 to 5 at halftime, 43 to 12 after the 3rd period and won 61 to 15.
The DeKalb County Tigers lost 42 to 0 to the Marshall County Tigers at Lewisburg Friday night in the 1st round of the TSSAA Class 4A playoffs ending their season at 3-8.
Marshall County (8-3) advances to the 2nd round to play Springfield next Friday night, November 10.
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