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The Jo Byrns boys basketball team celebrated Senior Night on Monday, but it was junior Jayden Caira that led the Red Devils to a 64-56 victory over visiting Cheatham County.

ASHLAND CITY – The Cheatham County Central Lady Cubs are ready to get the softball season started after finishing 4-23 overall and 3-9 in District 9-AA last season. 

KINGSTON SPRINGS – The Harpeth Lady Indians, led by 14 points from Lexi Hear and 13 from Jessi Knall, got out to an early lead and never let up, Greenbrier 47-34 on Tuesday, Jan. 28. 

FAIRVIEW – The Indians and Lady Indians both came out a little sluggish, especially offensively, and that was all Fairview needed on their coming home night to get wins over the Harpeth teams. The Lady Indians had a few nice runs in the second half to cut the deficit, but ultimately fell 55-44 while the Harpeth boys’ team lost 47-32.

The Yellow Jackets and Lady Yellow Jackets took care of business last Thursday evening as Fairview defeated Harpeth in both the girls’ game 55-44 and boys’ game 47-32 to earn the sweep over Harpeth.

PLEASANT VIEW – The Sycamore War Eagles and Lady War Eagles both pulled out victories over Harpeth on Tuesday night. The boys won 47-39, and the girls won 55-40.

ASHLAND CITY – Ansley Pfeffer knocked down clutch free throws at the end of the girls game between Cheatham County Central and Sycamore for the Lady Cubs to get a 45-44, while the Sycamore War Eagles defeated the Cubs 55-32 in the boys game on Friday. 

The Sycamore Lady War Eagles wrestling team competed in the Rossview Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 4.  It was a day filled with good experience and valuable mat time. All three of the Lady War Eagles ended the day with a pin. Pictured from left to right: coach Steve Hamblin, Hope Vaughn, Izzy Heck, Aviana Parker and Sycamore varsity boys wrestler Mark Helser.