DeKalb County's Mallory Sullivan fired a 74 at Ironwood Golf Course on Monday and Ethan Roller shot a 72 on Tuesday at the White Plains Course to win individual titles in the District 8-A/AA golf tournaments in Cookeville. Zach Martin shot a 77 to win the silver medal with the second lowest score
The Tiger football team ran their season record to 6-0 with a 42-13 homecoming victory over the Hixson Wildcats Friday night in Smithville.
The Wildcats mounted a 61 yard scoring drive to start the game. With 6:31 left in the first period, Hixson quarterback Gil Brown threw a 15 yard touchdown pass to Bradley Kedrick. The P.A.T. by Jeffery Walker was good and the visitors led 7-0.
The DeKalb Saints got a road win at Westmoreland Thursday night, beating the Eagles 18-12
The Saints took a 6-0 lead in the 1st quarter
Each teamed scored in the 2nd quarter giving the Saints a 12 to 6 halftime lead.
The Saints scored their last touchdown of the game in the 3rd quarter to take an 18-6 lead.
After a difficult spring season, the Freed-Hardeman Lion golf team showed signs of a complete turn-around in its first competition of the fall.
The Lions held off Martin Methodist (Tenn.) College in tough scoring conditions to post a four-shot victory in the Freed-Hardeman Fall Invitational at Covington Country Club with scores of 301-313.
The Belmont women's golf team finished in third place at this week's Drake Creek Invitational hosted by Murray State at the Drake Creek Golf Club in Murray, Kentucky.
The Bruins posted a team score of 318 in Tuesday's final round to finish in third place with a 54-hole score of 919. Central Arkansas won the team title with a score of 906, while Arkansas State placed second at 911.
After blowout wins in the their first four games, the DeKalb County Tigers faced their toughest test of the season Friday night and passed with flying colors against the Smith County Owls, winning 32 to 13.
Graden Kirksey of Smithville competed in the local Re/Max Long Drive Competition at the Smithville Golf Club in June and won with the longest drive of 389 yards. This enabled him to compete in the regional qualifier in North Carolina on Saturday, Sept. 8th. Kirksey placed 3rd out of a field of 53 competitors in this competition with a longest drive of 362 yards.
Quarterback Lucas Phillips threw for seven touchdowns including four to Will Molander, two to Sonni Fullilove, and one to Jacob Parsley as the DeKalb County Tigers hammered the White County Warriors 58-7 Friday night at Sparta.
With the win, the Tigers are now 4-0 and will face their border rivals from Smith County next Friday night in Smithville.
The DeKalb Middle School Saints scored a touchdown with just 34 seconds left in the game to beat the Hartsville Yellow Jackets 24 to 16 Thursday night in Smithville
Saints are now 3 and 1 on the season and will face Cannon next Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Next week will also be the Saints Homecoming and 8th grade night with the festivites starting at 6:00 p.m
The DeKalb County Tigers notched their third consecutive shutout of the season Friday night with a 42 to 0 spanking of the Cannon County Lions at Woodbury in the district opener.
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