With the world at a standstill in its current state, the landscape of Middle Tennessee sports will come out of isolation with more action than it did when it entered.
Cheatham County Central’s Alli Douglas has been named the Player of the Year by the Cheatham County Exchange. Alli takes home Player of the Year just one season after her sister, Abbi, won Player of the Year last season. Alli was the lone starter left over from last season’s championship run and helped Cheatham County Central advance to the regional semifinal. Alli led Cheatham County Central in not only her play but her leadership and experience.
On Monday Sycamore and Cheatham County Central got the week started off against each other as Sycamore got the better end of a 4-2 victory over Cheatham County Central. Sycamore’s Reagan Hunter knocked in two runs while Macie Young and Alycia Pennington added an RBI each. Erin Standley led Sycamore with three hits as Cate McLachlan added two of her own. McLachlan pitched four innings while allowing only one unearned run on no hits and striking out six. Jenna Andrews finished off the game for Sycamore pitching three innings and allowing only one unearned run on two hits while striking out one.
Harpeth split the week with Fairview as Harpeth got the home win on Monday and Fairview got the home win on Wednesday. On Monday Harpeth defeated Fairview 6-2 as Luke Gossett and Ellis Hurt both scored two runs each. Blake Provo and Trey Gasser both knocked in two RBI apiece as well. Gasser also led Harpeth with two hits.
PLEASANT VIEW – The Lady War Eagle softball team finished with a record of 7-19 last season and look to improve upon that record with some new talent on the roster. Coach Jacquelyn Guerin has added a large amount of upcoming freshmen to go along with a few of her returning players. Guerin feels as though this team can make a push and do some great things.
KINGSTON SPRINGS – Harpeth lost to Nashville Christian last week in the Indians first preseason scrimmage of the year after the other scrimmages were rained out. Nashville Christian defeated Harpeth 5-3, although, Kyler Hartley scored all three goals for Harpeth.
KINGSTON SPRINGS – New Head Coach Zac Mitchell is at the helm for the Harpeth Indians baseball team and he’s looking to turn around a squad that finished 6-23 last season.
NASHVILLE – East Nashville defeated Sycamore 65-40 in the region semifinals bringing Sycamore’s season to an end. The War Eagles had a pretty good run with a district championship and regional quarterfinal win against Maplewood though.
ASHLAND CITY—The Cheatham County Central Lady Cubs went to East Nashville and defeated the Lady Eagles 68-64 in overtime, and the Cheatham County Central boys lost 64-55 to Hume-Fogg last Saturday night.
KINGSTON SPRINGS – Harpeth started the week with a 52-39 loss in the consolation game against Westmoreland, which set up in the first round against Pearl-Cohn.
ASHLAND CITY – The Cheatham County Lady Cubs finished off a comeback victory over White House Heritage on Friday night as they won 50-42 in overtime, while the Cheatham County boys lost a tightly-contested battle, 50-44.
All three Cheatham County high schools are sending wrestlers to the TSSAA Class A-AA Individual State Championships, set for Feb. 21-22 at the Williamson County Expo Center in Franklin.
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.