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MCHS Art Silent Auction to be held March 22

Star Staff Reports The Millington Arts Council invites you to attend an Art Show & Silent Auction to benefit the Millington Central High School National Art Honor Society Scholarship Fund. The event will feature original artwork by MCHS Students. March 22nd, 2013 7-9 p.m. (bidding closes at 8:45 p.m.) Commodore Villages Clubhouse 4486 Babe Howard […]

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Lady Cardinal reaches her dream of signing with Freed-Hardeman, completes family triology

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Your sister was the first All-State player in Brighton Lady Cardinal history dominating from the pitching circle. Then your other sister was named an All-District for the same team years later also as a standout pitcher. So for Haley Craig, sitting in the dugout of Lady Cardinals Head Coach Robin Jacobs […]

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Grants and donations from ATC Fitness help Brighton High School improve student health

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Room 409 started the buzz at Brighton High School last school year. Then the physical education class ran by Max Griffith for mostly girls sparked interest from boys and even faculty at the school. Baseball Head Coach Brian Oswalt heard the demands and approached Brighton High School Principal Christi Huffman to […]

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Softball Previews: Munford looks to stay a top district and return to State for third season

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Entering the 2013 season, the defending District 13-3A champions Munford Lady Cougars have to worry about teams like Brighton, Hardin County, Dyer County and Jackson North Side. And Glenn Goulder’s bunch even has to be concerned with one more team in the league — the Munford Cougars. “It’s going to be […]

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Baseball Previews: Former Cougar player takes over as head coach, team conditioned for a title run

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Jason Johnson is ready to experience the State Baseball Tournament in a Munford Cougar uniform. This summer, the former Cougar player was named head coach. Before he arrived to the program in 1996, Munford reached the top of the Tennessee baseball mountain in 1991. Once Johnson graduated in 1999, an era […]

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Baseball Previews: Stronger Deck of Cards

By Thomas Sellers Jr. After an era of dominance in District 13-3A, Brighton Cardinal Head Coach Brian Oswalt had be patient the last two seasons. Youth took over his program in 2011-12. But toward the end, the potential of his young Cardinals started to shine in the 2012 district tournament. “Last year we were young,” […]

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Softball Previews: Make room at the top

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Robin Jacobs is used to seeing his Brighton Lady Cardinals play in Regionals, Sub-State rounds and even the State Tournaments. But last year the season ended for the Lady Cardinals on their homefield in the District 13-3A Tournament. With most of the players back from that team a year wiser and […]

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Softball Previews: Lady Rebels adjust line-up, add new pieces looking for a third straight trip to State

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Tipton-Rosemark Academy Lady Rebel Softball program only graduated three seniors from a team that reached its second straight State Tournament. So Head Coach Joe Layton has most of his talent returning. But the three pieces he bid farewell to are all in college playing softball. Gone is catcher and 2012 […]

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Baseball Previews: TRA graduates talented corps., bring back capable group to reach State

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Recent years of Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebel Baseball has been successful. In the past four years, Brad Smith’s teams have played in three Sub-State rounds winning two series. And in 2009 the Rebels were State runner ups. But the group that played a large role in that run has graduated with most […]

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Jasmine Newsome, No. 12, drives past East Illinois’ Ta’Kenya Nixon for two of her 23 points to help lead UT Martin to a 71-69 win over the No. 1 seed in the OVC Tournament in Nashville. Newsome and the Lady Skyhawks played Tennessee Tech in the finals for a berth in the NCAA Championship Tournament. 
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Lady Trojan Legend sets two records guiding Lady Skyhawks to third OVC Tourney title

Star Staff Reports NASHVILLE — The University of Tennessee at Martin women’s basketball team is going dancing again. The Skyhawks earned the Ohio Valley Conference’s automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament Saturday with a 87-80 overtime victory over Tennessee Tech in the league championship at Municipal Auditorium. The win was the third straight OVC Tournament […]

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