The York Institute Dragons and Ladies came to town and took two from DeKalb County Friday night in Smithville. The Tigers lost 53 to 41 and the Lady Tigers were beaten 54 to 48.
The DCHS Basketball teams dropped a pair of road games at Livingston Academy Tuesday night. The Lady Tigers lost 59 to 46 while the Tigers fell 56 to 38.
The DeKalb County Tigers defeated the Cannon County Lions in Smithville Tuesday night 55 to 42 but the Lady Tigers lost in overtime to the Lionettes 63 to 59
In the boys game, Cannon County led 12 to 10 after the first period but the Tigers grabbed a 30 to 22 lead by halftime and led 43 to 32 after the third period before winning 55 to 42.
A.J. Mooneyham, a senior, was named Most Valuable Player of the 2015 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 DCHS Lady Tigers defeated Central Magnet in Smithville Friday night 40 to 38 but the Tigers lost 36 to 29.
In the girls game, DeKalb County led 11 to 10 after the first period but fell behind 19 to 18 by halftime. Central Magnet led 31 to 27 after the third period but the Lady Tigers pulled ahead in the fourth period and won 40 to 38
The DeKalb County Tigers and Lady Tigers lost at Smith County Tuesday night.
The Owls beat the Tigers 48 to 35 while the Lady Tigers lost to their foes at Carthage 62 to 59 in overtime.
In the boys game, Smith County led 16 to 9 after the first period, 29 to 18 at halftime, and 43 to 24 after the third period before winning 48 to 35.
The DCHS basketball teams won at Boyd Christian Tuesday night.
The Lady Tigers claimed a 56 to 31 victory while the Tigers won 68 to 64.
In the girls game, DeKalb County led 18 to 7 after the first period, 35 to 9 at halftime, and 46 to 17 after the third period before winning 56 to 31.
The DeKalb County Lady Tigers knocked off Warren County in Smithville Thursday night 44 to 37 while the Tigers lost to the Pioneers 78 to 47.
The DCHS Tigers and Lady Tigers split a pair of games with the visiting Macon County teams Tuesday night in Smithville.
The home standing Lady Tigers won 52 to 38 while the black and gold Tigers lost 60 to 44.
In the girls game, DeKalb County led 22 to 8 after the first period, 27 to 15 at halftime, and 34 to 29 after the third period before winning 52 to 38.
The Tigers and Lady Tigers were swept at Jamestown Friday night by York Institute.
DeKalb County lost the girls game 64 to 56 and dropped the boys game 72 to 42.
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