Lane Ball, a senior, was named Most Valuable Player of the 2014 DeKalb County High School Football Team during the annual Awards Banquet held Saturday night at the Smithville First Baptist Church Life Enrichment Center building. The awards were sponsored by Liberty State Bank.
The DeKalb County High School basketball teams traveled to Central Magnet at Murfreesboro Friday night with the Tigers winning 57 to 46 and the Lady Tigers losing 57 to 35.
For the boys, DC trailed 10 to 9 after the first period but led 26 to 25 by halftime. The Tigers opened up a 10 point lead 40 to 30 by the end of the third period and went on to win 57 to 46.
The DCHS basketball teams took to the court for the first time since the winter break Tuesday night hosting Smith County.
The Tigers topped the Owls 75 to 69 while the Lady Tigers lost 62 to 56.
In the boys game, DC led 13 to 11 after the first period, 32 to 21 at halftime, and 58 to 43 after the third period before winning 75 to 69.
The DeKalb County Lady Tigers won the Championship of the Tiger Christmas Tournament with a 51 to 41 victory over Monterey Monday night in Smithville. Loren Cripps was named MVP of the Tournament.
The DeKalb County Lady Tigers easily defeated Monterey Saturday in the Christmas Tournament, winning 52 to 18 while the Tigers lost 68 to 62 in overtime to the Wildcats.
In the girls game, DC led 12 to 6 after the first period, 33 to 6 at halftime, and 48 to 12 after the third period before winning 52 to 18.
Both DCHS basketball teams came up short at Macon County Tuesday night with the Tigers losing 60 to 51 and the Lady Tigers 45 to 44.
In the boys game, the Tigers trailed 24 to 15 after the first period, 29 to 22 at halftime, and 47 to 34 after the third period before losing 60 to 51.
The DCHS Basketball teams won on the road at St. Andrews Sewanee Saturday. The Lady Tigers were victorious 56 to 26 while the Tigers brought home a 73 to 57 win.
DeKalb County will travel to Macon County Tuesday night with action starting at 6:00 p.m. WJLE will have LIVE coverage.
The York Institute Dragons held off the DeKalb County Tigers, hitting a shot in the closing seconds to take the lead and the win 57 to 56 Friday night in Smithville. The Lady Tigers meanwhile got their first district win of the season, defeating the Lady Dragons 61 to 45.
The DCHS basketball teams lost on the road at Livingston Academy Tuesday night. The Lady Wildcats beat the Lady Tigers 60 to 46 while the Tigers lost 76 to 44.
In the girls game, DC trailed 13 to 11 after the first period, 36 to 28 at halftime, and 46 to 37 after the third period before losing 60 to 46.
The DCHS basketball teams breezed past the Chattanooga Patriots Saturday afternoon in Smithville with the Lady Tigers winning 56 to 10 and the Tigers notching a 75 to 28 victory.
In the girls game, DC led 13 to 1 after the first period, 31 to 5 at halftime, and 46 to 6 after the third period before winning 56 to 10.
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