Shelbyville Central Athletics
Golden Eagles gather for Camp Pride
Summer camps have been around for years but the Shelbyville Central Golden Eagle football team takes summer camps to another level. Ever since Jason Hardy took over as head coach, the Golden Eagle have held Camp Pride. Camp Pride is more than developing better football skills, it's also about developing new friendships and bonding as a team...
Central bolsters coaching roster with new additions
There hasn't been much turnover on the Shelbyville Central football coaching staff for the past few seasons -- but things are changing this year. The Golden Eagles welcome three new assistant coaches for the 2015 season. The Golden Eagle defense will convert to a 3-4 under the guidance of new defensive coordinator Andrew Holcomb, head coach Jason Hardy said...
Golden Eagles win 8 of 11 games in summer 7-on-7 tournament action
MURFREESBORO -- The Shelbyville Central Golden Eagles had a successful day on Thursday in the Warrior Classic 7-on-7 passing tournament hosted by Riverdale. The Golden Eagles went 5-1-2 on the day before losing their lone game of the tournament to the eventual winner Marshall County, who rolled past Oakland in the championship...
Slam dunk: Eagles' Leslie signs with Dyersburg State
One of the best leapers to ever play for the Golden Eagles has signed a letter of intent to continue his education as well as basketball career. Recent Shelbyville Central graduate Devonta Leslie will attend Dyersburg State Community College. "It means a lot to me that I was given a another chance and to keep doing what I love to do as well as get an education," Leslie said...
Another full day of Eaglette team camp
Chuckey Doak vs. Watertown (8 a.m.), Carter vs. Grundy Co. (9 a.m.), Shelbyville vs. Giles Co. (10 a.m.), Smyrna vs. Culleoka (11 a.m.), Carter vs. Moore Co. (12 p.m.), Shelbyville vs. Briarcrest (1 p.m.), Giles Co. vs. East Magnet (2 p.m.), Cascade vs. Station Camp (3 p.m.)...
New approach: Dye, Josephson take over Eaglette softball
Shelbyville Central's Golden Eaglette softball program is headed in a new direction with a newly-named head coach and assistant coach. Former assistant Samantha Dye has been named head coach while Central assistant basketball coach Amy Josephson will join the softball staff...
Eaglette standout Allison signs with Bryan College
Recent Shelbyville Central graduate To'Nesha Allison has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee. Bryan College is a member of NAIA's Appalachian Athletic Conference. Allison was a standout for the Golden Eaglettes and is excited about the opportunity to continue her education, as well as her basketball career...
Eagles named All-District
Shelbyville Central juniors Trevor Sanders (above) and Wesley Griggs were named All-District 8-AAA for their efforts this past season. Sanders posted a .358 batting average while Griggs hit .309. (T-G File Photos by Gary Johnson)
Campbells make their mark on track team
For the second year in a row, a pair of sisters who are members of Shelbyville Central's track team advanced to the TSSAA Spring Fling last week in Murfreesboro on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University. Recent graduate Clorissa Campbell finished 14th in the 800 meters while sophomore Kethlin Campbell placed seventh in the 400 meters and 12th in the 200 meters...
Eagles close season
Shelbyville Central's soccer team fell 5-3 to host Coffee County in the District 8-AAA Tournament to end their season Wednesday. Coffee County scored four first-half goals and the Eagles (11-7-1) just couldn't catch up despite Ismael Hernandez scoring three goal for a hat-trick...
Central holds Lady Raiders to lone run, but hitters can't reach home
COLUMBIA -- Shelbyville Central's season came to an end after suffering a tough 1-0 loss to Coffee County in the District 8-AAA Tournament on Wednesday evening. The Eaglettes (17-12) fell on hard times late in the season, losing four of their last six games...
Key hits elude Eaglettes in loss
COLUMBIA -- Shelbyville Central couldn't get timely hits and left nine runners on base in a 3-2 extra-inning loss to Tullahoma in the District 8-AAA Tournament on Tuesday evening. Tullahoma remains the lone undefeated team in the tournament and moves on to the championship game tonight in Columbia. Shelbyville Central and Coffee County square off in the opening game at 5 with the winner advancing to face Tullahoma at 7...
Eagles hang on to defeat Falcons
After 70 minutes of play that included two 10-minute overtime periods and two five-minute sudden death periods, Shelbyville Central's Golden Eagles avoided elimination and advanced in the District 8-AAA Tournament on Monday evening in a home match against Lincoln County...
Eaglette tennis team eliminated
No. 1 Eaglette Keely Smith stepped off her court first, giving Shelbyville an early team win against Coffee County on Monday afternoon. But Smith's victory was the only one Shelbyville was able to muster up as the Eaglettes dropped a tough 4-1 defeat...
Eaglettes advance in 8-AAA
COLUMBIA -- The Shelbyville Central Golden Eaglette softball team advanced after holding on to a 3-2 victory over Lincoln County in the District 8-AAA Tournament on Saturday afternoon. The Eaglettes (17-10) face Tullahoma, an upset winner over top-seed Coffee County on Saturday, tonight in Columbia at 7 with the winner advancing to the championship game on Wednesday evening...
Eagles' season ends at Coffee Co.
MANCHESTER -- It was a game in which hits and runs were hard to come by in Shelbyville Central's 2-0 loss to host Coffee County in the District 8-AAA Tournament on Saturday afternoon. The loss ended the Golden Eagles season despite starting the district with a 5-0 record earlier in the season...
Early lead lifts Eaglettes past Columbia
COLUMBIA -- Shelbyville Central took an early lead and that proved to be enough in a 5-0 win over Columbia in opening round action of the District 8-AAA on Friday evening. The Eaglettes (16-10) pushed four runs across the plate in the first inning, then added a run in the fifth frame...