The DeKalb County Lady Tigers came from behind in the fourth period to defeat the Central Magnet Tigerettes on the road Friday night 37 to 35 while the DC Tigers breezed past their opponents 65 to 28.
The Lady Tigers rallied in the fourth quarter but watched another close game slip away Tuesday night as they lost to the visiting York Institute Lady Dragons 51 to 48. The Tigers won 69 to 56.
The DeKalb County Lady Tigers came close to knocking off the top team in the state in Class AA basketball Friday night but fell just short, losing 47 to 42 to the Upperman Lady Bees in Smithville. The Tigers improved their record with a 56 to 50 win over the Bees
The DCHS basketball teams won the battle of the felines Thursday night winning at Gordonsville in both games. The Lady Tigers opened with a 46 to 38 win while the Tigers completed the sweep of the night with a 63 to 35 victory.
The DeKalb County Tigers won in another close game Tuesday night, this time defeating the Livingston Academy Wildcats 67 to 65 on the road. The Lady Tigers lost 79 to 35.
Offensive, defensive, and kicking standout Zach Taylor, a senior, was named Most Valuable Player of the 2011 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 Tigers won in a blow out 68 to 40 but the Lady Tigers lost a squeaker 42 to 41 to Warren County Tuesday night in Smithville.
Gabriel Christian took DeKalb County to overtime before falling to the Tigers 78 to 73 Saturday night in Smithville. The Lady Tigers won easily 53 to 24.
The Lady Tigers got their first district win of the season Tuesday night at home, beating Central Magnet 55 to 42. The Tigers also won 80 to 25.
The DeKalb County Tigers knocked off the White County Warriors 63 to 36 while the Lady Tigers took the Warriorettes to overtime before losing 54 to 52 Saturday night in Smithville.
In the girls game DeKalb County trailed 17 to 9 after the first period but outscored White County 14 to 12 in the second quarter to trim the Warriorettes lead to 29 to 23 by halftime. DC drew even closer in the third period outscoring the visitors 8 to 6 to trail 35 to 31 going into the fourth period. The Lady Tigers outscored White County 14 to 10 in the fourth for a 45 all tie by the end of regulation. In the overtime, White County edged DC 9 to 7 and won 54 to 52
Chelsea Lewis scored 16 for the Lady Tigers. Loren Cripps had 13. Alex Meadows 12, Danielle Tyson 6, and Raye Baker with 5.
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