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Lady Bees Sting Tigerettes 16-4

The DCHS Tigerettes were stung by the Lady Bees of Upperman 16 to 4 Tuesday afternoon in Smithville.

Upperman scored 16 runs on 17 hits and made no errors. The Tigerettes scored 4 runs on 7 hits and made 4 errors.

The Lady Bees scored 4 runs in the 1st and 2nd innings, 6 runs in the 4th, and 2 runs in the 5th inning. DeKalb County scored 2 runs in the 1st inning and 1 run in the 4th and 5th innings.

Emme Colwell had a homerun. Megan Walker tripled. Kristena Bain and Kenzie France each had a single and double and Joni Robinson singled.

Emme Colwell was the losing pitcher.




Tigerettes Win at Woodbury 15-1

The DCHS Tigerettes defeated Cannon County 15 to 1 Monday at Woodbury.

DeKalb County scored 15 runs on 13 hits and made 1 error. Cannon County scored 1 run on 4 hits and made 4 errors.

The Tigerettes scored 3 runs in the 1st and 2nd innings, 2 runs in the 4th, and 7 runs in the 5th inning. Cannon County scored 1 run in 5th inning.

Emme Colwell was the winning pitcher.

Braya Murphy had a homerun. Maddison Parsley and Kristena Bain each had 2 singles and Emme Colwell singled. Megan Walker had 3 doubles. Allison Maynard doubled. Kenzie France had a triple and double. Joni Robinson tripled

The Tigerettes will host Upperman today (Tuesday) at 4:30 p.m.




Tigerettes Finish 3-3 in Gulf Coast Classic

The DCHS Tigerettes finished 3-3 in the Gulf Coast Classic in Gulf Shores Alabama last week.

The Tigerettes defeated Prattville 5 to 1, Homewood 12 to 1, and Long 2 to 0 but lost to Demopolis 6 to 3, Pleasant Valley 7 to 3, and Hazelgreen 4 to 0.

In the first game with Prattville, the Tigerettes won 5 to 1 with 2 runs in the 1st and 4th innings and 1 run in the 2nd inning. Prattville scored 1 run in the 1st inning. DeKalb County scored 5 runs on 8 hits and made no errors. Prattville scored 1 run on 4 hits and made no errors.

Emme Colwell was the winning pitcher.

Megan Walker had a triple and single. Kenzie France and Emme Colwell had 2 singles while Joni Robinson and Kelly Roberts singled.

In the second game, DeKalb County defeated Homewood 12 to 1 scoring 9 runs in the 2nd inning and 3 runs in the 3rd inning. Homewood scored 1 run in the 1st inning. The Tigerettes scored 12 runs on 5 hits and made 2 errors. Homewood scored 1 run on 4 hits and made 1 error.

Kenzie France was the winning pitcher.

Allison Maynard and Kenzie France each had a triple. Joni Robinson doubled and Megan Walker and Emme Colwell singled.

DeKalb County dropped the third game of the Classic to Demopolis 6 to 3. The Tigerettes scored 3 runs in the 1st inning. Demopolis scored 1 run in the 1st inning, 2 runs in the 2nd inning, and 3 runs in the 3rd inning.

The Tigerettes scored 3 runs on 2 hits and made 3 errors. Demopolis scored 6 runs on 8 hits and made 1 error.

Hailey Redmon was the losing pitcher.

Kenzie France had a homerun and Megan Walker got a triple.

In the fourth game, the Tigerettes fell to Pleasant Valley 7 to 3. DeKalb County scored 2 runs in the 1st inning and 1 run in the 5th inning. Pleasant Valley scored 1 run in the 1st inning, 4 runs in the 3rd inning, and 1 run in the 4th and 5th inning.

DeKalb County scored 3 runs on 7 hits and made 4 errors while Pleasant Valley scored 7 runs on 6 hits and made 1 error.

Emme Colwell was the losing pitcher.

Megan Walker had a triple and single while Maddison Parsley, Kenzie France, Allison Maynard, Abbi Taylor, and Kristena Bain each singled.

The Tigerettes won the fifth game of the Classic beating Long 2 to 0 with 1 run in the 1st and 4th innings.

DeKalb County scored 2 runs on 7 hits and made 1 error. Long was held scoreless on 6 hits and made 3 errors.

Madison Whitehead was the winning pitcher.

Kenzie France had a double and 2 singles, while Joni Robinson, Emme Colwell, Kelly Roberts, and Kristena Bain each singled.

In the sixth game of the Classic, the Tigerettes lost to Hazelgreen 4 to 0.

Hailey Redmon was the losing pitcher.

Hazelgreen scored 1 run in the 1st and 2 innings and 2 runs in the 5th inning.

DeKalb County was held scoreless on 3 hits and made 1 error while Hazelgreen scored 4 runs on 4 hits.

Kelly Roberts had a double and Megan Walker with 2 singles.




Tigerettes Edge Macon County 5-4

The DCHS Tigerettes defeated Macon County 5 to 4 at Lafayette Thursday.

The Tigerettes scored 5 runs on 10 hits and made 1 error. Macon County scored 4 runs on 8 hits and made no errors.

DeKalb County scored 1 run in the 5th inning and 2 runs in the 6th and 7th innings. Macon County scored 2 runs in the 1st inning and 1 run in the 5th and 7th innings.

Emme Colwell was the winning pitcher. Madison Whitehead was credited with the save.

Megan Walker, Allison Maynard, and Braya Murphy each had a single. Maddison Parsley had 2 singles and a double. Kenzie France and Kelly Roberts each with double and Joni Robinson with 2 doubles.




DCHS Men’s Soccer Team Competes in Smoky Mountain Cup Tournament

The DCHS Men’s Soccer Team played in the Smoky Mountain Cup soccer tournament in Gatlinburg last weekend. The varsity team opened up with a strong victory against Rockwood High School beating the Rockwood Tigers 3-0. Cristobal Flores started the scoring with a goal in the 5th minute assisted by right defensive back, Bill Miller. The Tigers continued to pepper the Rockwood goalie, Thomas Lilly, with shots, but didn’t break through until the 20th minute with a goal from Ealy Gassaway coming in from his left wing. Ealy’s goal was assisted by center forward Cristobal Flores on a perfectly timed through ball. The first half ended 2-0 in favor of the DeKalb Tigers. Early in the second half, Cristobal Flores tallied his second for the game with an unassisted goal in the 43rd minute. That wrapped up the scoring for the night, but the DeKalb Tigers continued to dominate possession and racked up 30 shots on the night. Goalkeeper Wesley Carpenter barely touched the ball for DeKalb with only 4 saves in the match.

The dominance continued the Tigers’ second match with an 8-0 victory over the Heritage High School Mountaineers. Alan Munoz started the scoring off in the match by making an overlapping run from his central midfield position assisted by Cristobal Flores. Alan went on to score again later in the match with an unassisted goal. Cristobal would go on a record tying run with five goals. Four of the goals were unassisted and the fifth was assisted by central midfielder Jasper Kleparek. The scoring was wrapped up with a goal by central midfielder Roberto Sanchez, also assisted by Cristobal Flores. Wesley Carpenter was tested a little more in this match with 13 saves, some of which were spectacular.

The third varsity match was quite a bit more challenging as the Tigers faced the King’s Academy Lion’s in a 3-1 loss. The Tigers opened the scoring with a goal by right wing Luke Bryant in the 9th minute. Struggling to maintain possession against a strong Lions team the Tigers only managed 9 shots on the day, while goalkeeper Wesley Carpenter had to make 12 saves. In the end, the Tigers came up short with the Lions scoring two goals on penalty kicks and one in the run of play.

The Tigers’ JV also got to play three matches with a 4-1 loss to Cookeville, a 3-1 win over Heritage High School, and a 2-1 loss to Fairview High School.

“Overall the tournament was a success with our JV really improving throughout the weekend, getting a lot of quality time. Our varsity team showed there relentless nature and pushed themselves to play at a level that we can be proud to call DeKalb County Soccer.” Coach K
“Cristobal Flores’s five goal performance against Heritage ties a previously shared record between Ricardo Gutierrez and Zach Wilbur.”

(Team photo ABOVE)

Back roll left to right:

Cesar Coronilla, Andrew Fuson, Luke Bryant, Will Stephens, Ethan Jenkins, Parker Gassaway, Luke Jenkins, Wesley Carpenter, Juan Oliva.

Middle roll left to right:

Bill Miller, Rodrigo Sosa, Dylan Easterwood, Tristan McDerman, Ealy Gassaway, Jack Famulski.

Front roll left to right:

Brian Balderas, Alex Colwell-Avina, Daniel Munoz, Brandon Matias, Carlos Garcia, Alan Munoz, Pablo Juarez, Roberto Sanchez, Jasper Kleparek, Eil Judkins




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