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CCHS tennis teams lose twice to Coffee County
The CCHS tennis teams hosted district opponent Coffee County on Monday, April 22 for the last regular season time. The Jets lost 6-3 and the Lady Jets lost 7-2.
Wilson shuts out South Pittsburg
Last Friday night the SMHS baseball team travelled to South Pittsburg to face the top ten-ranked Pirates. The Panthers came home with a 5-0 win with junior pitcher Clay Wilson notching the shut-out.
Jets slay Dragons 12-7 on senior night
The CCHS Jets baseball team celebrated senior night by defeating the York Institute Dragons 12-7 in the last regular season non-district game at Jet Park, after notching a 2-1 win at Upperman Thursday evening.
Krebs to offer tennis lessons
Tennis lessons for juniors and adults will be offered at Crossville Centennial Park and taught by Mark Krebs, who has been a pioneer teaching and coaching tennis for more than 25 years and is sought after as a director and coach.
Crossville Mud Bog next event April 27 at noon
The Crossville Mud Bog returns to 1431 Taylors Chapel Rd. April 27 at noon.
SMHS baseball scholar athletes announced
Every year the PTO at Stone Memorial High School honors the top 25 students academically in each class.
- Schlafer inducted into TSSAA Hall of Fame
Lady Jets shut out 10-0 by Coffee County Tuesday night
After finishing 2-2 in the Duff Tournament in Cookeville last weekend, the CCHS Lady Jet softball team dropped a 10-0 District 6AAA game at Coffee County Tuesday night in their final regular season trip to the Manchester school.
Jets lose district home-and-home series
The Cumberland County High School Jet baseball team fell to 7-18-1 overall and 2-8 in District 6AAA, after dropping the home-and-home series with Warren County this week.
SMHS tennis teams finishes season Tuesday
The Stone Memorial tennis teams wrapped up the season Tuesday, dropping a pair of matches to Alcoa at Green Meadows Country Club. Both teams lost 5-4 to the Tornado teams in SMHS' final regular season trip to Alcoa.
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