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Isaac Cross, a senior offensive lineman, team captain, and Tennessee Tech signee, was named Most Valuable Player of the 2019 DCHS Tiger Football Team during the annual Awards Banquet  Saturday night at the Smithville First Baptist Church Life Enrichment Center building. Meanwhile Katherine Malone, a senior and cheer captain, received the Most Valuable Player Football Cheerleader Award
In addition to his MVP trophy, Isaac Cross received the Coach Clay Edwards Memorial Tiger Pride Award for the second year. The Clay Edwards Award was presented to Cross by members of Edwards’ family, Abram Edwards (left) and Sarah Rathbone (far right), son and daughter, and their mother Tena Edwards-Jacobs.
DCHS Tiger Football Award Winners: Seated left to right-Peyton Leaf, Alan Munoz, Isaac Cross, Dylan Denson, Desmond Nokes, Isaac Knowles, and Jonathon Garcia. Standing left to right-Silas Cross, Diego Coronado, Tyzaun Ladet, Evan Jones, Axel Aldino, Aidan Curtis, Bryan Portillo, Antwon McCoy, and Nathaniel Crook.
The 2019 DCHS Tiger Football Cheerleader Award Winners: SEATED left to right- Alley Sykes (BEST STUNTS), Katherime Malone (MVC), Kiersten Griffith(BEST CHEER), STANDING left to right- Malia Stanley (BEST DANCER), Sara Carver (BEST JUMPS), Morgan Walker (D.E.A.R. Award), and Sadie West (MOST SPIRITED). They were honored at Saturday night’s annual team awards banquet
DeKalb West School Junior Beta Students donated their time to help at the Hope Ministry Center on Saturday, January 25.  Pictured left to right are Caitlin Shoemake, Caroline Crook, Emily Young, Jordyn Turbeville, Grant Buterbaugh, and Caleb Lawson. (Bill Conger Photo)
The driver of a pickup truck was taken into custody near Hurricane Bridge on Highway 56 this afternoon (Saturday) after leading the White County Sheriff’s Department and other officers on a pursuit from Highway 70 near Sparta into DeKalb County and through Smithville. A motorist on North Congress Boulevard near the intersection at East Broad Street caught the pursuit on video from her phone and posted it to facebook.
Driver of truck shown here was taken into custody near Hurricane Bridge after a pursuit from White County through Smithville and then onto Cookeville Highway to the bridge. Spike strips were put down to help disable the truck
Some of the attendees at Friday’s Disability Forum: left to right- Chamber Director Suzanne Williams, Smithville Fire Chief Charlie Parker, Circuit Court Clerk Susan Martin, Local Attorney and member of the Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities Sarah Cripps, Council member Clancey Hopper of Lebanon, Council Chair Tecia Puckett Pryor, State Senator Mark Pody, County Mayor Tim Stribling, Smithville Mayor Josh Miller, Lauren Pearcy, Public Policy Director of the Tennessee Council, Sheriff Patrick Ray, and DeKalb County Fire Chief Donny Green
Catch WJLE’s Tiger Talk program tonight (Friday) at 5:30 p.m. prior to the DCHS games at York Institute featuring Lady Tiger Coach Danny Fish with player Megan Walker and host John Pryor
Catch WJLE’s Tiger Talk program tonight (Friday) at 5:30 p.m. prior to the DCHS games at York Institute featuring Tiger Coach John Sanders with player Brayden Antoniak and host John Pryor
Outstanding DCHS Tigerette Softball  Senior Kenzie France signed Wednesday to play collegiate softball for Cumberland University in Lebanon next year. She will graduate from DCHS in May. Kenzie is pictured here with her family. Left to right: Will and Kim Frazier (mom), Kenzie, and Tim (father) and Karen France
A lucky Tennessee Lottery Powerball player in DeKalb County recently won $50,000. Jason Moore purchased the winning ticket at Kwik N Ezy Exxon in Smithville.
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