The DCHS basketball teams lost on the road at White County Monday night. The Lady Tigers fell 73 to 35 and the Tigers lost 66 to 50.
The DCHS basketball teams swept a pair of games in a showdown with the Cannon County Lions and Lionettes Friday night in Smithville.
The Lady Tigers won 51 to 44 and the Tigers notched a 54 to 50 victory.
The DCHS Lady Tigers defeated York Institute 45 to 40 at Jamestown Tuesday night but the Tigers lost 65 to 49.
In the girls game, DeKalb County trailed 10 to 9 after the 1st period but grabbed a 19 to 18 lead by halftime and held a 31 to 30 advantage after the 3rd period before going on to win 45 to 40.
The DeKalb County High School Lady Tigers opened the district season with a 51 to 45 win over Central Magnet in Smithville Friday night but the Tigers fell short losing 44 to 36.
In the girls game, DeKalb County led 12 to 2 after the 1st period, 27 to 14 at halftime, 38 to 24 after the 3rd period and won 51 to 45
DeKalb County High School Football is stepping up a class next year going from Class 3A to 4A.
Enrollments for Class 4A are from 822 to 1,102. The DCHS enrollment is 856.
DeKalb County will be part of the new five team Region 3 Class 4A which will also include Macon County, Livingston Academy, Stone Memorial, and Cumberland County.
Thirteen players on the 2016 DCHS football team and Assistant Coach Clarence Trapp will be recognized Sunday for All-Region honors during an awards banquet in Cookeville.
Trapp has been named the Region 4-3A Offensive Assistant Coach of the Year.
The DCHS basketball teams split with Gordonsville Monday night in Smithville. The Lady Tigers won 59 to 22 but the Tigers fell short losing 54 to 53.
In the girls game, DeKalb County led 11 to 4 after the 1st period, 26 to 8 at halftime, and 50 to 15 after the 3rd period before going on to win 59 to 22.
The DCHS Basketball teams split a pair of games at Trousdale County Monday night. The Lady Tigers won 59 to 43 while the Tigers lost 88 to 62.
In the girls game, DeKalb County led 13 to 2 after the 1st period, 31 to 16 at halftime, and 46 to 31 after the 3rd period before going on to win 59 to 43.
The DCHS Basketball teams swept both games of their season openers over the visiting Chattanooga Patriots Friday night in Smithville.
The Lady Tigers won 70 to 39 and the Tigers prevailed 87 to 36.
The DeKalb County Tigers shutout the Cannon County Lions 42-0 at Woodbury Friday night to close out the regular season 7-3 overall with a 5-1 record and a 2nd place finish in region play.
The Tigers will host a first round TSSAA Class 3A Play-Off game next Friday night, November 4 against East Ridge at 7:00 p.m. in Smithville.