ASHLAND CITY – The White House Heritage Patriots defeated Cheatham County 50-44, while the Lady Patriots fell in overtime to Cheatham 50-42 on Friday.
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 Cheatham County Lady Cubs defeated Harpeth 61-45, and the Indians pulled out the boys game with a 56-47 win over Cheatham on Tuesday, Feb. 4.
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.
SMYRNA – Harpeth’s unified bowling team competed in Smyrna Saturday and lost a closely contested match to Bearden by a score of 246-220. Bearden would go on to finish as runner-up for the tournament.
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 Cheatham County Exchange has chosen the 2019 All-Cheatham County Football team and named Sycamore senior Tyler Niebel the Most Valuable Player.
FRANKLIN - On Saturday, Jan. 11, all three of Cheatham County's high school wrestling teams participated in the Franklin Rebel Invitational. The individual tournament included 24 teams.
Wins have not been easy to come by for the White House boys basketball team, a squad full of seniors yet seemingly short on the ability to finish games.
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.
ASHLAND CITY – The Cheatham County Lady Cubs made a comeback against Harpeth to win 57-51, but the Harpeth Indians easily defeated Cheatham 51-29 in the boys game.