The DCHS Cross Country team had two more very successful meets last week. In each meet, we had several to receive medals for finishing in the Top 15, and our Boys Varsity team was a Top 10 team finishers at both events!
The DeKalb County Tigers won another thriller Friday night as they held off the Smith County Owls 34 to 32 at Carthage to improve their record to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the region.
Tiger Quarterback Steven Jennings was injured in the 3rd period and was sidelined for the rest of the game. Tyler Cantrell came in at Quarterback and led the Tigers to the win.
The DCHS XC team had two more very successful meets recently. On Tuesday, August 30th, the XC team competed at the MSCCA Mid-week competition held at Warren County High School, where we had 3 runners to bring home medals and Top 5 team placement.
The Lady Saints continued conference play last week with Overton County on Tuesday, September 6th and Cornerstone on Friday, September 9th.
The DCHS Lady Tiger Soccer Team defeated Cannon County at Woodbury on Thursday, September 8 by the score of 8-0. Haleigh Bass scored 4 goals. Sophie Hackett had 2 and Taylor Foutch and Mercedes Bogle each had 1 goal. Meghan Brandt had 6 saves.
The DeKalb County Tigers grounded the Jets of Cumberland County Friday night in Crossville winning 43-28.
The Tigers are now 3-1 on the season while the Jets fall to 0-3.
DeKalb County got the first score of the game with 9:23 left in the 1st period on a 1 yard Tyler Bundy run. The PAT try by Matthew Poss was no good but the Tigers led 6-0.
The DCHS Lady Tiger Soccer Team won at Livingston Academy on Tuesday, August 30 by the score of 7 to 5 and at York Institute on Thursday, September 1 by the score of 6-0.
In the game with Livingston Academy, Haleigh Bass scored three goals and an assist. Taylor Spare had two goals and an assist. Sophie Hackett and Nichole Walker each had a goal. Meghan Brandt had ten saves.
It has been a great week for the Lady Saints! DMS had two homes games on Tuesday and Thursday and got two big victories!
On Tuesday, the visiting White Co. Spartans came to town. The game went back and forth but DeKalb pulled this one out 4-2.
Sadie Driver, Audrey Gillenwater, Ally Wilbur, Avery Valdez
Rainey Tiner, Ally Wilbur, Carly Vance
After trailing York Institute for most of the game Friday night, the DeKalb County Tigers rallied late and scored the winning touchdown with nine seconds on the clock to defeat the Dragons in Smithville 28-21.
DeKalb County improves to 2-1 (1-0 in region) while the Dragons drop to 0-3 (0-1) on the season.
The Stone Memorial Panthers ran over the DeKalb County Tigers 34-7 in Smithville Friday night on the second week of the high school football season.
The Tigers found it difficult to stop the Panthers’ effective running game as all five Stone Memorial touchdowns came on the ground.