It was a tale of two halves for the DeKalb County Tigers in their game with Trousdale County Friday night in Smithville.
DeKalb County High School senior Mallory Sullivan finished tied for fifth at the Class A/AA state golf tournament Wednesday at the Willowbrook Golf Club.
The DCHS Lady Tiger Soccer team lost 4 to 1 at White County on Thursday, September 26.
Angeles Soto had one goal and Jessica Billings, the goalie, recorded fifteen saves.
Meanwhile on Tuesday, September 24, the Lady Tigers battled Macon County to a 2-2 tie.
Angeles Soto and Morgan Odom each had a goal and Jessica Billings, the goalie, had eight saves.
DeKalb County High School's Mallory Sullivan, won the Region 4-A/AA Golf tournament Monday at White Plains in Cookeville with a 3-under 69.
With the victory, Sullivan becomes the first female DCHS golfer to advance to the state tournament in all four years but it is the first time she has won the region tournament.
The DeKalb County Tigers got back to their winning ways Friday night on Homecoming with a 39-0 win over the Cannon County Lions, their border rival.
Luke Boss put the Tigers on the board with 3:52 left in the first period on a two yard touchdown run. Matthew Poss converted the extra point and DeKalb County led 7-0.
DeKalb County High School will be represented in the Region 4-A/AA Golf Tournament next week for both boys and girls in Cookeville.
The DeKalb County girls earned a spot in the region tournament Tuesday with a 204 team score in the District Tournament at Ironwood in Cookeville. Macon County claimed the top team spot by 18 shots over Central Magnet (187).
The DeKalb County Tigers suffered their first loss of the season Friday night falling to the White County Warriors 46 to 21 in Smithville.
The Warriors rushed for more than 400 yards as a team led by the 194 yards of senior running back, Blake Lynn. The WCHS defense forced six turnovers, five in the first half.
This high school football season, the Tennessee Titans are asking the fans to select the Titans High School Coach of the Week winners through online polling, and fans decided the Week 2 winner is Steve Trapp of DeKalb County High School in Smithville.
The school will receive a $1,000 grant for its program from Titans Owner K.S. “Bud” Adams, Jr.
The DeKalb County Tigers ended a 19-year, 15-game drought to their district football rival, the Livingston Academy Wildcats, Friday night in Smithville. The Tigers scored 22 unanswered points in the fourth quarter and held off a late Wildcat surge for a 35-28 victory, which moved the Tigers to a perfect 3-0 on the season.
DCHS's Mallory Sullivan and Ethan Roller medaled in the Keith Maxwell Invitational on Tuesday at the McMinnville Country Club. Sullivan finished second and Roller came in fifth in the tournament.
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