DCHS Basketball Season Starts Tuesday (VIEW VIDEOS HERE)
The DCHS basketball season gets underway next Tuesday night, November 13 as the Tigers and Lady Tigers host Pickett County on Hall of Fame week.
Lady Tiger Coach Danny Fish said his team has performed well during the pre-season and is looking forward to the challenge of taking on the Lady Bobcats, among the state’s top 5 Single-A programs. Tip-off of the girls game Tuesday night is at 6 p.m. After Tuesday night, the Lady Tigers will face Van Buren County on Saturday, November 17 starting at 4 p.m. in Smithville.
First year Tiger Coach John Sanders said he too has liked what he has seen from his team.
“We have had about seven days to practice and each day has gotten better. We’re learning to compete really well. We probably need to work on defense and rebounding a little more to get a little tougher and more physical but I am pleased with the effort so far from the players,” he said.
As for the next week’s Hall of Fame games, Coach Sanders said they will pose a good test for the Tigers.
“Both of those programs (Pickett and Van Buren counties) are historically good. They lost of lot of seniors last year so they will probably be rebuilding but they are still very good,” he said.
For a review of the pre-season, the upcoming campaign, their players, injury status, the district race, and other opponents, view WJLE’s video interviews with Lady Tiger Coach Danny Fish and Tiger Coach John Sanders below
The 2018-19 DCHS Basketball Schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, November 13: Pickett County (Hall of Fame)- Home 6 p.m.
Saturday, November 17: Van Buren County (Hall of Fame)- Home 4 p.m.
Monday, November 19: Warren County-Away 6 p.m.
Tuesday, November 20: White County-Away 6 p.m.
Saturday, November 24: Jackson County-Away 6 p.m.
Friday, November 30: York Institute*-Home 6 p.m.
Tuesday, December 4: Livingston Academy*-Away 6 p.m.
Friday, December 7: Watertown*-Home 6 p.m.
Tuesday, December 11: Cannon County*- Away 6 p.m.
Friday, December 14: Warren County- Home 6 p.m.
Saturday, December 15: Jackson County- Home 6 p.m.
Tuesday, December 18: Monterey-Away 6 p.m.
Thursday, December 20: Forrest (Christmas Tournament)- Watertown 8:30 p.m.
Friday, December 21: Watertown Christmas Tournament- Watertown TBA
Saturday, December 22: Watertown Christmas Tournament-Watertown TBA
Friday, January 4: White County-Home 6 p.m.
Tuesday, January 8: Upperman*-Home 6 p.m.
Friday, January 11: Macon County*-Away 6 p.m.
Tuesday, January 15: Smith County*-Away 6 p.m.
Friday, January 18: York Institute*-Away 6 p.m.
Tuesday, January 22: Livingston Academy*-Home 6 p.m.
Friday, January 25: Watertown*-Away 6 p.m.
Tuesday, January 29: Cannon County*-Home 6 p.m.
Friday, February 1: Upperman*-Away 6 p.m.
Tuesday, February 5: Macon County*-Home 6 p.m.
Thursday, February 7: Smith County*-Home 6 p.m.
Friday, February 8: Monterey-Home 6 p.m.
Tigers Make Quick Exit from State Play-Offs
The season has come to a close for the DeKalb County Tiger football team after falling 56 -7 to the Maplewood High School Panthers in the 1st round of the State Play-Offs Friday night at Nashville.
The Panthers dominated the game throughout leading 32 to 0 after the 1st period and 56-0 by halftime.
The Tigers’ only score came on a 2 yard touchdown run by Brady Hale with 11:05 left in the 4th period. Andrew Fuson booted the extra point.
DeKalb County wraps up the 2018 campaign with an overall record of 3-8.
DCHS Lady Tiger Basketball Coach Previews the Upcoming Season (VIEW VIDEO HERE)
The DeKalb County High School Basketball season begins for the Lady Tigers on Tuesday, November 13 as they host Pickett County in a Hall of Fame game.
Coach Danny Fish gives a preview of the 2018-19 team and the upcoming season in this WJLE Video Interview below
First Year DCHS Tiger Basketball Coach John Sanders Previews Upcoming Season (VIEW VIDEO HERE)
DCHS Tiger Basketball Coach John Sanders is about to begin his first season here and he is excited about the challenge.
The DeKalb County High School Basketball season begins for the Tigers on Tuesday, November 13 as they host Pickett County in a Hall of Fame game.
A native of Smith County, Coach Sanders comes to DeKalb County after having served as an assistant boys basketball coach at Murfreesboro Oakland High School. He and his wife Kristen Oldham Sanders are expecting their first child in December. Coach Sanders is also teaching physical education at DCHS.
In this WJLE Video Interview, Coach Sanders talks about the upcoming season and his goals for the program
After graduating from Smith County High School in 2005, Sanders furthered his education at Tennessee Tech where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in 2009 in Exercise Science, Physical Education and Wellness. In 2015, Sanders earned his Master’s Degree in Sport Management.
As for his coaching career, Sanders has served as assistant coach at Gordonsville Junior High School. Gordonsville High School, Smith County High School, Trousdale County High School, and at Murfreesboro Oakland High School.
His head coaching stints have been at Jim Satterfield Middle School at Hartsville from 2010-12, Smith County Middle School from 2012-14, and Smith County High School from 2014-17.
Tigers Punch Their Ticket to State Play-Offs
The DeKalb County Tigers grounded the Cumberland County Jets 42-0 Friday night in Smithville and will advance to the State Play-Offs next week.
With the win on Senior Night the Tigers conclude the regular season at 3-7 and 1-3 in Region 3 Class 4A finishing in 4th place. The Tigers’ opponent in the 1st round of the play-offs will be Maplewood, the 1st place team from Region 4.
The Tigers scored their first touchdown of the game with 6:25 left in the 1st period on a 4 yard run by Desmond Nokes, capping a 64 yard drive. Andrew Fuson tacked on the extra point and DeKalb County led 7-0.
The next score came with 55 seconds left in the 1st period on a 15 yard touchdown run by David Bradford, completing a 62 yard drive. Fuson added the extra point and the Tigers led 14-0.
Bradford scored on a 23 yard touchdown run with 2:54 left in the 2nd period capping a 99 yard drive. Fuson booted the extra point and DeKalb County led 21-0.
The Tigers tried to extend their lead before halftime but a 41 yard field goal attempt by Fuson was no good.
Tre Ladet scored on a 1 yard touchdown run with 6:33 left in the 3rd period. Fuson’s extra point was good and DeKalb County led 28-0.
After recovering a Cumberland County fumble on a kick-off at the Jets 34 yard line, the Tigers mounted another scoring drive. Ladet took it in from 7 yards out with 4:45 left in the 3rd period and Fuson’s extra point gave the Tigers a 35-0 lead.
With 1:37 left in the 4th period Grayson Redmon caught a 12 yard touchdown pass from Quarterback Axel Aldino. Fuson added the extra point and the Tigers won 42-0.
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