Zach Price had his sights on a higher finish, but the McMinn County senior can still hold his head high walking away from Smyrna Bowling Center with a third-place finish in the state tournament.Price had been seeded No. 2 going into Friday's individual championship round of the TSSAA State Bowling Championships, a ladder match in which he was awaiting an opponent to emerge out of the earlier games.That opponent was Xavier Powell-Short of Smyrna, who caught fire as the No.
Coach Jeff Rice believes Hannah Cherry can be as good as anyone who has ever suited up for Tennessee Wesleyan.The former McMinn Central standout showed a strong flash of that ability on Saturday, scoring a career-high 21 points in helping the Lady Bulldogs scrap to a 79-69 win over Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) opponent Allen University on Saturday at James L. Robb Gymnasium. "Hannah is coming along very nicely," Rice said.
Shuffling a starting lineup this late in the basketball season, with your school's fiercest rival calling?Worked out perfectly for McMinn County's boys Friday night.With only one usual starter talking the floor at tipoff Friday against Bradley Central, and the other usual starters being gradually phased in through both halves, the new-look Cherokees stayed the course and subdued the Bears 57-46 to get their first win of 2018 and break a five-game losing streak.In McMinn's starting lineup...
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Selecting a term
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