Senior defensive lineman Eli Gill was named Most Valuable Player of the 2013 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 Tigers edged the Livingston Academy Wildcats 60 to 59 while the Lady Tigers suffered an 81 to 51 loss Friday night at Livingston.
For the girls, the Lady Wildcats dominated, leading 21 to 9 after the first period, 42 to 21 at halftime, and 68 to 37 after the third period before winning 81 to 51.
The DeKalb County Lady Tigers defeated York Institute 49 to 32 but the Tigers came up short against the Dragons 44 to 42 in Smithville Thursday night.
In the girls game, DeKalb County trailed 8 to 7 after the first period but battled back for a 19 to 15 halftime lead. The Lady Tigers extended the lead to 31 to 24 by the end of the third period and went on to win 49 to 32.
DeKalb County and Smith County battled into overtime before the Owls pulled out a 53 to 50 victory over the Tigers Saturday night in Carthage. The Lady Tigers lost their game 55 to 38.
The DeKalb County Lady Tigers took third place in the Watertown Christmas Tournament Saturday with a 62 to 50 victory over Cheatham County.
Loren Cripps and Paige Winningham were each named to the All Tournament Team.
The Lady Tigers won their first game of the tournament on Thursday, beating Trousdale County 61 to 36, but they lost on Friday to Warren County 54 to 47.
After losing to Meigs County 64 to 59 on the first day of the Watertown Christmas Tournament Thursday, the DeKalb County Tigers defeated Watertown on Friday 45 to 42 but then fell to Livingston Academy on Saturday 62 to 55.
The DeKalb County Tigers dropped their first game of the Watertown Christmas Tournament Thursday losing to Meigs County 64 to 59. The Lady Tigers clobbered Trousdale County 61 to 36.
The DCHS basketball teams defeated the Gordonsville Tigers and Tigerettes Tuesday night.
In games played at Gordonsville, DeKalb County's Tigers won 70 to 66 and the Lady Tigers prevailed 55 to 45.
In the first game, DC led 10 to 5 after the first period, 25 to 19 at halftime, and 38 to 28 after the third period before winning 55 to 45.
The DeKalb County Tigers and Lady Tigers traveled to Chattanooga Saturday and defeated the Patriots.
The Lady Tigers won 53 to 30 and the Tigers prevailed 68 to 26.
In the girls game, DeKalb County led 11 to 6 after the first period and 18 to 13 at halftime. They dominated in the second half and won 53 to 30.
The DeKalb County Tigers and Lady Tigers lost to the Cannon County Lions and Lionettes Friday night in Smithville.
The Lady Tigers were beaten 98 to 68 while the Tigers fell to their border rivals 73 to 49.
In the girls game, DeKalb County trailed 25 to 15 after the first period, 43 to 36 at halftime, and 66 to 52 after the third period before losing 98 to 68.
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