Anna Chew Claims District Tournament Championship
DCHS senior Anna Chew showed why she was selected District 6 golfer of the year Monday.
Chew won the district tournament by eight strokes. She shot 73 at the Golden Eagle Golf Course in Cookeville to crush the other 16 golfers.
Anna advances to the Region 3, large school tournament on Monday, October 7 also at the Golden Eagle Golf Course. If successful there, Anna will advance to the TSSAA large school state championship, October 15 & 16 at Willowbrook Golf Course in Manchester.
The boys team finished 10th at the district tournament. They were led by Seniors Jadyn Young and Justin Washer. Also, swinging into action for the boys were Jake Ramsey, Eli Cantrell, and Elijah Hensley. This was the last golf match of the season for the boys.
Lady Saints Advance In Soccer Playoffs
DMS Lady Saints soccer advance in playoffs by defeating Algood 1-0 Monday night. Tatum Young had the only score of the night. The Lady Saints will travel to Macon Co today (Tuesday). Kickoff is at 6:00pm.
DeKalb Fishing Team Wins State Open at Dale Hollow Lake
The DeKalb Fishing Team won the State open September 28 at Dale Hollow Lake with 14.63 pounds and captured the Big Fish on the High School side with 4.79 pounds.
Top photo: Boys holding plaques- Connor Vaughn and Skylar Sparks.
Bottom photo left to right: Skylar Sparks, David Lowrie State Director of Bass Nation, Connor Vaughn and Coach Jeff Taylor
Tigers Tame Lions 41-10 in Homecoming Game
The DeKalb County High School Tigers celebrated the last night of Spirit week Friday with a 41-10 homecoming victory over their border rivals from Cannon County.
The Tigers struck with 4:53 left in the 1st period on a 4 yard touchdown run by Colby Barnes. Alan Munoz converted the PAT and DeKalb County led 7-0.
Dylan Denson capped a 57 yard scoring drive on a 1 yard touchdown run with 9:19 left in the 2nd period. Munoz added the extra point and the Tigers led 14-0.
Quarterback Axel Aldino scored on an 8 yard keeper with 6:20 left in the 2nd period. Munoz booted the extra point and DeKalb County ‘s lead was 21-0.
Aldino found Munoz on a 10 yard touchdown pass with 26 seconds left before the half. The PAT try by Munoz was no good but the Tigers held a 27-0 lead by halftime.
The Tigers scored on the opening kick of the third period on an 87 yard return by Desmond Nokes. Aldino scored on the 2 point conversion run and DeKalb County led 35-0.
Colby Barnes scored his second touchdown of the game on a 15 yard run with 1:20 left in the 3rd period. The PAT attempt by Munoz was no good but DeKalb County led 41-0.
Cannon County got on the board with 10:40 left in the 4th period on a 58 yard touchdown pass play from Jamal Barrett to Brady Cunningham. The 2 point conversion pass from Barrett to Lavell Rogers was good and the Lions trailed 41-8.
The Lions got a safety as a high snap sailed over Tiger quarterback Kolter Kilgore’s head into the DC endzone with 5:10 left in the game. DeKalb County went on to win 41-10.
DeKalb County improves to 3-3 (1-0) on the season while Cannon County drops to 2-4. The Tigers will visit Livingston Academy in a region showdown next Friday night, October 4 at 7:00 p.m. WJLE will have LIVE coverage. The Wildcats are 6-0 (2-0).
Third Straight Win for DMS Girls Cross Country! Boys take home 2nd place!
DeKalb hosted its annual cross country invitational on Sept 21st, 2019 at DeKalb Co. High School.
High schools and middle schools from surrounding counties came to race the 2 and 3.1 mile courses.
The DMS girls captured another victory as they placed 1st out of 4 teams. 6 of their runners placed in the top 15. Out of a field of 44 runners, Ella Van Vranken was the overall winner of the girls race with a time of 12:26.
Zoe Keys placed 2nd overall: 12:54
Katherine Knowles 4th: 13:26
Mylie Phillips 5th: 13:54
Madeline Martin 7th: 14:04
Sydney Polk 14th: 15:45
Summer Morse 17th: 16:25
Maleah Ruch 20th: 16:36
Candice Rico 24th: 16:53
Sadie Moore25th: 16:59
Sylvia Evans 31st: 17:43
Mara Oakley 44th: 18:53
The DMS boys placed 2nd as a team, with Kaleb Spears as the overall champion with a time of 12:24! Out of a field of 40 runners the DeKalb boys had 5 of their runners in the top 15!
Ian Colwell 7th: 13:01
Caleb Gray 8th: 13:24
Cale Brown 12th: 14:05
Dylan Cathey 13th: 14:10
Sam Harris 21st: 15:08
Carson Tramel 25th: 15:29
Ethan Spears 31st: 17:58
Freddy Oberdier 32nd: 17:59
Jackson Hodges 34th: 18:02
Mason Taylor 39th: 20:23
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