High School Sports
Hardy resigns as Central coach
Jason Hardy has resigned as Shelbyville Central High's head football coach. Hardy informed the administration on Thursday and was scheduled to meet with the team this morning. He has also been an assistant girls' basketball coach over the past few years...
FORMER EAGLETTE COMES HOME: Dye primed to take over Central High girls basketball program
Shelbyville Central's new girls head basketball coach will return to a familiar setting as former Eaglette standout Kim Dye will now coach on the floor she once played on. Dye, a 2003 graduate at Shelbyville Central and member of the 2001 and 2003 Golden Eaglette State Championship teams, will take over after the resignation of former coach Kevin Thomas a few weeks ago...
Former Eaglette named as coach
A former Golden Eaglette standout player has been named the new girls basketball coach at Shelbyville Central. Kim Dye, a 2003 graduate at Shelbyville Central and member of the 2001 and 2003 Golden Eaglette State Championship teams, will take over as head coach after the resignation of former coach Kevin Thomas a few weeks ago...
Vikings sweat through spring with fall in mind
It has not been an idle offseason for the Community Viking football team. Coach Chris Grooms and the Vikings have been busy with spring practice in preparation for the 2016 season. "In the offseason, they've been coming in the mornings from 8 to 10 doing speed training and lifting weights," Grooms said. "And then at night we go from 6 to 8 and that's our skill development as far as our seven-on-sevens."...
Bedford's Best: Seniors named athletes of year
As their senior seasons concluded earlier this year, three particular Bedford County athletes were honored for their efforts as their respective careers concluded. Representing Shelbyville Central as the athlete of the year was O.J. Davis, Cascade was Shaina Schneider, and Community was Darian Pride...
Wallace State 'great fit' for Shelbyville's Sanders
Shelbyville Central Golden Eagle graduate Trevor Sanders recently signed a letter of intent to continue his education as well as his baseball career at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama. Sanders, a talented left-handed pitcher was named the District 8-AAA Pitcher of the year this past season and was named All-District 8-AAA as well...
Gaston's intensive search ends at Missouri Valley
It wasn't the easiest path, but after a long search, former Cascade basketball player Maya Gaston has found her home for the next four years. After transferring to Riverdale for her senior year, Gaston inked her letter of intent to continue her basketball career at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Missouri...
Eaglette star: Lady Bucks are 'perfect fit'
Shelbyville Central graduate Chelbie Gannon recently signed a letter of intent to play softball at Motlow State Community College. The multi-sport athlete also played basketball and volleyball for the Golden Eaglettes and was selected as Most Athletic by her classmates...
Leaping ahead: Eagles' Giles competes in state track meet
MURFREESBORO -- The future looks bright for Shelbyville Golden Eagle trackster Corvin Giles. Giles, in his first year of competing in track and field, qualified for the TSSAA Class AAA Boys' Long Jump, held Friday at Dean Hayes Stadium on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University...
Cascade's Anna Holcombe has signed a bowling scholarship with Martin Methodist. Seated from left around Anna are her mother, Caty Dorsett, and father, Wayne Holcombe. Standing, from left, assistant principal-Neil Watson, principal Tim Harwell. coach Ben Biddy and family friend Rick Jones. (Submitted photo)