This was a big week for SM-Tn Sports, as we posted seven stories, a photo gallery and two podcasts, resulting in the highest week of web traffic in site history.
Thank you to everyone who continues to support us and our coverage of local sports in Southern Middle Tennessee. If you missed any of the stories or podcasts we posted this week, find them below!
Spending parts of three seasons in the major leagues makes for a nice coaching resume, but getting the seal of approval from your predecessor never hurts, either. With both in hand, Zac Curtis was nearly a shoo-in to take the helm of the Loretto baseball program. Continue reading
The Columbia Post 19 17U team took the field for the first time on Friday morning with back-to- back games to start their season, participating in a tournament relocated to Zion Christian Academy … Continue reading
By Maurice Patton It may not be overstatement to call Derek Boyd a godsend for Rick Jarvis and Zion Christian Academy. Following Tommy Fox’s resignation last month as athletics director, boys basketball coach and softball coach to accept the AD position at Wayne Christian School in Goldsboro, N.C. … Continue reading
Zion Christian Academy graduate Briggs Rutter is one of 10 recipients of scholarships presented by the Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association. The Eagles’ two-sport standout, who has signed a baseball scholarship with Middle Tennessee State University, and nine other players statewide were selected on the basis of scholastic ability and community service. Continue reading
One last time to wear the purple and gold? Not quite, but members of the Columbia Central boys soccer team will have one final chance to take the pitch together next month. The Tennessee High School Soccer Coaches Association 2020 State Championships will take place at Gatlinburg’s Rocky Top Sports World … Continue reading
By Chris Yow The sights and sounds of baseball being played live and in-person maybe felt like a pipe dream a month ago, but the Maury County Park complex on Monday night was a field of dreams. Continue reading
By Chris Yow Just a little more than one week after officially taking over at the offensive coordinator at Summit, Justin Palmer informed the school he would be stepping down to take a position in Alabama. Continue reading