After a one-year absence coaching the Chattanooga Christian tennis team, Sue Webb returned to lead the program into the 2013 season.
WATERTOWN, Tenn. — It took the Grace Academy basketball team until the second half to make the adjustments needed to compete in its Class A sectional matchup against fourth-ranked Watertown.
It might seem unfathomable, but the Grace Academy basketball team might be more comfortable tonight in their surroundings than Watertown, their opponent in a Class A sectional game.
Class A Sectionals Clarkrange (17-16) vs. Boyd-Buchanan (25-7) at Chattanooga State Clarkrange coach: Rodney Pile
Grace Academy trailed Silverdale Baptist Academy for 23 seconds Tuesday in their boys' semifinal in the Region 3-A high school basketball tournament at Sale Creek, and it must have upset the Golden Eagles. Or at least one o
Home team Grace Academy's good start in the boys' semifinal Friday against Whitwell in the Region 3-A high school basketball tournament turned into a great one before the Tigers knew what hit them.
Whitwell ultimately imposed its will in Friday's girls' quarterfinal at Grace Academy in the Region 3-A high school basketball tournament and pulled away for a 42-29 victory over the Lady Golden Eagles.
• Elizabeth Masengil, McMinn Central: She scored 18 points and took home the tournament MVP as McMinn Central won the District 5-AA championship over Sequoyah, 58-48.
Brooke Copeland, Bradley Central: She had 19 points and 15 rebounds in the Bearettes' 51-42 5-AAA championship win over Cleveland.
After leading the entire first half Friday, Grace Academy trailed more of the second half against Arts & Sciences than it led in the first semifinal in the District 5-A high school basketball tournament at Chattanooga State.
Devan Cyree (Tullahoma) major dec. Andrew Long (Ravenwood), 14-0; Luke Mullin (Notre Dame) pinned Matthew Kieta (Pigeon Forge), 4:40; Toribio Navarro (Bradley Central) major dec. Nathan Carter (Cordova), 9-0; Kevin Knier (West Creek) tech. fall over Ronardo Bussey (Howard), 15-0, 3:35.
Thursday at Williamson County Agricultural Expo
• Erin Hill, Sale Creek: She filled up the stat sheet with 28 points, 11 rebounds, five assists, three steals and three blocks in a 65-51 basketball win over South Pittsburg.
• Max Miller, McMinn Central: With 20 points, he scored one point less than a third of the Chargers' total in a 61-48 basketball win at Arts & Science.
• Stedmon Ford, Notre Dame: The high-scoring senior lit up Signal Mountain with 36 points in a 75-56 win.