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Area all-district hoops teams

Listed below are the all-district basketball teams for 8-AAA, 11-AAA, 10-A, 12-A and 3-Division II-A.

All-District 8-AAA

Boys: Coffee Co. – Trenton Scrivnor, Jaxon Vaughn; Columbia Central – Q Martin (MVP), Cam Johnson, Bubba Perkins; Franklin Co. – Kane Reed; Lawrence Co. – Luke Boswell, Alex Carr; Lincoln Co. – Jailen Brown; Shelbyville – Jai’lain Anderson, Jayshon Jones; Tullahoma – Krys Uselton

Girls: Coffee Co. – Bella Vinson (MVP), Elli Chumley, Chloe Gannon, Jalie Ruehling; Columbia Central – Josie Parks, Janiyha Riley; Lawrence Co. – Katie Criswell; Lincoln Co. – Annalise Malone, Amelia Kate Richardson; Tullahoma – Kailyn Farrell, Lucy Nutt

All-District 11-AAA

Boys first team: Brentwood – Griffin Burke, John Windley; Franklin — Reed Kemp (MVP), Aidan Smylie; Ravenwood – Nick Dang. Boys second team: Centennial – Patrick Garrett; Franklin – Matt Thurman; Page – Thomas Seaman; Ravenwood – Noah Clifford; Summit – Destin Wade. Honorable mention: Lincoln Aholt (Centennial); Taylor Spierto (Franklin); Cameron Bell , River Katina, Jett Montgomery (Independence); Grant Snider (Page); Jake Mulder (Ravenwood); Kai’Seanne Brashear (Spring Hill); Konata Werts (Summit). Coach of the Year: Jason Tigert, Franklin.

Girls first team: Brentwood — Amelia Osgood (MVP); Franklin — Kate O’Neil; Page — McKenzie Cochran; Ravenwood — Reghan Grimes; Spring Hill — Sierra Stedman. Girls second team: Brentwood — Sydney Ryan; Dickson Co. — Anna Claire (AC) Milam; Page — Lili Wilken; Ravenwood — Lexi Erickson; Summit — Delaney Noe. Honorable mention: Sophie Roston (Brentwood); Cristy Martinez (Independence); Ricole Alderson, Prairie Stedman (Spring Hill); Ellie Colson (Summit). Coach of the Year: Myles Thrash, Brentwood.

All-District 10-A

Boys: Culleoka – Landon Andrews, Erik Mick, Cooper Parks; Hampshire – Cameryn Bass; Mt. Pleasant – Kentra Frierson, Tip Marlow; Richland – Logan Helton, Trey Luna, Daniel Nicholson, Tyrell Randolph; Santa Fe – Will Monhollen, Andy Slaughter, Colton Steward

Girls: Culleoka – Breanna Dickson, Tyler Reischman; Hampshire – Karlee Rowland, Kortney Rowland, Kayla Stephens; Mt. Pleasant – Emily Crossman, Addison Workman; Richland – Gracie Braden, Allie Garner, Kristen Garner, Jesse Jennings; Santa Fe – Elise Adkison, Emmy Bates

All-District 12-A

Boys: Frank Hughes — Clayton Davis; Loretto — Shaler Hankins, Tabias Sirmones, Brendon Tipps, Xavier Young; Perry Co. — Tyler Dudley (MVP), Jackson Tatum; Summertown — Gavin Burleson, Grant Burleson, Grayson Burleson, Skyler Trousdale; Wayne Co. — Clay Baugus, Tyler Moser

Girls: Collinwood — A.C. Whitehead; Loretto — Karly Weathers (MVP), Autumn Buttrum, Kensey Weathers; Summertown – Jenna Brazier, Katie Burdette, Ansley Burleson, Kaley Campbell, Hailey Jones, Rylee Long; Wayne Co. — Lauren Bryant, Michaela Gallian, Savanna McClain

All-Division II-A District 3

Boys: Battle Ground Acad. – Sean Williams; Christ Presbyterian Acad. – Jake Dykstra, Braeden Moore, Evan Shiflet, Braden Zapp; Columbia Acad. – Tanner Ham; Franklin Road Acad. – R.J. Casey, Levi Cox; Grace Chr. – Will Beasley; Middle Tenn. Chr. – Andrew Adams; Providence Chr. – Max McMurry; Webb-Bell Buckle – Evan Eursher (MVP), Weston Coop, Jordan Jenkins. Coach of the Year: Drew Maddux, Christ Presbyterian Acad.

Girls: Battle Ground Acad. – Kearstyn Seay; Christ Presbyterian Acad. – Emmaline Bartlett, Virginia Glisson, Addie Zapp; Columbia Acad. – Madi Lewis; Franklin Road Acad. – Macie Medes; Middle Tenn. Chr. – Bre’Aria Cannon, Sydney Cooper, Sarah Wisniowski; Providence Chr. – Mariah Edmonds, A.C. Markham, Abby McFarland; Webb-Bell Buckle – Lashae Dwyer (MVP), Shanice Simpson, Lauren Vann. Coach of the Year – Becky LeGate, Christ Presbyterian Acad.

2020-21 Hardwood leaders

Boys scoring
(games, total points, points per game)

Andy Slaughter, Santa Fe1533522.3
Gavin Burleson, Summertown2344319.3
Daniel Nicholson, Richland2442517.7
Kai’Seanne Brashear, Spring Hill1526217.5
Destin Wade, Summit1320816.0
Q Martin, Columbia Central2844515.9
Trey Luna, Richland2438015.8
Cameryn Bass, Hampshire1929215.4
Landon Andrews, Culleoka1725815.2
Logan Helton, Richland2131014.8
Tanner Ham, Columbia Acad.2739714.7
Kentra Frierson, Mt. Pleasant2637714.5
Skyler Trousdale, Summertown2533013.2
Cameron Bell, Independence2024612.3
Jett Montgomery, Independence2024212.1

Boys 3-pointers
(games, total 3-pointers)

Trey Luna, Richland2471
Cam Johnson, Columbia Central2864
Tanner Ham, Columbia Acad.2757
Kentra Frierson, Mt. Pleasant2655
Gavin Burleson, Summertown2341
Will Jackson, Columbia Acad.     2541
Andy Slaughter, Santa Fe1537
Logan Helton, Richland2137
Skyler Trousdale, Summertown2537
Omari Franklin, Columbia Central2636

Girls scoring
(games, total points, points per game)

Jesse Jennings, Richland2354223.6
Sierra Stedman, Spring Hill2843715.6
Josie Parks, Columbia Central1742215.6
Madi Lewis, Columbia Acad.2233315.1
Prairie Stedman, Spring Hill2634513.3
Delaney Noe, Summit2329913.0
Janiyha Riley, Columbia Central2228412.9
Karlee Rowland, Hampshire2125212.0
Hailey Jones, Summertown2630611.8
Ellie Colson, Summit2629611.4
Kortney Rowland, Hampshire2122710.8
Ricole Alderson, Spring Hill2324210.5
Kaley Campbell, Summertown2626010.0
Rylee Long, Summertown2626010.0
Breanna Dickson, Culleoka2222010.0

Girls 3-pointers
(games, total 3-pointers)

Delaney Noe, Summit2354
Ansley Burleson, Summertown2652
Josie Parks, Columbia Central2750
Sierra Stedman, Spring Hill2843
Ryleigh Hamm, Columbia Central2943
Bergen Allee, Summit2839
Madi Lewis, Columbia Acad.2238
Averi Slaughter, Columbia Acad.2238
Kristen Garner, Richland1836
Kielee Bradley, Mt. Pleasant2432
Rylee Long, Summertown2632

*Statistical compilations based on submissions from area coaches or their designees

17 wrestlers, 11 medalists: local state tourney results

SM-Tn Sports

A total of 17 wrestlers from the Southern Middle Tennessee Sports coverage area qualified for the recent Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association state tournaments – four for the girls tourney, held on Feb. 25, and 13 for the boys Class AAA event that took place on Feb. 26 — at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

Here are the individual and team results:

Russell Ford, Independence, 106 — p. Gabriel Dietlin (AndCo), 1:40; p. James Grimes (Her), 1:09; lost by dec. to Bryson Terrell (BradCent) 4-0; p. Zach Ordonez (Bwd), 1:50; p. Colby Baltz (Hou), 1:30; 3rd place

Jarvis Little, Summit, 113 — tf. Evan Glass (Vol) 16-1; lost by md. to Bentley Ellison (Clv) 11-2; md. Roger Watkins (JefCo) 14-4; lost by dec. to Ethan Lipsey (BradCent) 11-0

Isaiah Brooks, Spring Hill, 120 — lost by p. to Thomas Borders (WilCent), 2:50; lost by p. to Keegan Perkins (Sey), 3:32

Jackson Masters, Summit, 120 — p. Zachary Teaster (Her), 4:50; lost by p. to Steven Dindl (Bart), 2:19; md. Gavin Armstrong (DB) 20-7; md. Grant Myers (Blk) 13-5; dec. Daniel James (BradCent) 5-2; dec. Dindl 6-4; 3rd place

Justin Noll, Summit, 126 — md. Connor Lyons (Far) 10-2; lost by dec. to Mason Sells (Blk) 6-2; p. Dylan Winchell (CkCo), 4:11; p. Ben Tucker (Vol), 0:26; lost by dec. to Easton Lipsey (BradCent) 6-2; lost by dec. to Sells 10-3; 6th place

Landon Desselle, Summit, 132 — p. Aubrey Thomeson (StMem), 3:16; lost by dec. to Brennan Watkins (DB) 3-2; md. Grant Hawkinson (Page) 18-6; p. Taron Patterson (BradCent), 2:53; lost by dec. to Samuel Shires (Rsv) 6-4; lost by dec. to Hunter Davis (Her) 5-3; 6th place

Austin Noll, Summit, 138 — p. Chad Washam (Sey), 2:47; lost by p. to Trae McDaniel (Clv), 1:29; tf. Clark Vaughn (Bwd) 19-2; lost by p. to Alan Fort (WilCent), 2:11; p. Jonathan Kizer (KHalls), 3:20; 5th place

Finley Jameson, Summit, 152 — lost by p. to Eli Clemmons (Leb), 3:02; p. Maclain Otting (EHam), 2:59; p. Hunter McKenna (CkCo), 5:00; md. Henry Tate (Hou) 13-2; lost by p. to Clemmons, 2:03; lost by dec. to Elijah Cowan (Tul) 4-0; 6th place

Tanner Willett, Independence, 160 — did not compete; medical reasons

Luke Justice, Summit, 170 — lost by tf. to Matheson Meade (Bea) 17-1; p. Brody Huskins (Pow), 3:26; def. Luke Krepela (Arl) by injury default; d. Jashua Chew (Blk) 3-2; lost by md. to Anthony Pyron (MtJ) 10-2; lost by p. to Austin Cooley (McMCo). 1:39; 6th place

Gabriel Hall, Independence, 182 — lost by p. to Aiden Duarte (Bea), 3:09; lost by p. to Zachary Duessler (Rsv), 1:46

Maddox Reed, Summit, 195 — md. Jermyah Davis (Mun) 11-1; lost by p. to Dominic Love (GH), 5:06; p. Chase Rozell (Arl), 2:33; lost by dec. to Thomas Stadel (Mrvl) 7-4

Ryan Smith, Summit, 285 — p. Walker Funk (Arl), 0:51; lost by tf. to Joshua Cummins (AndCo) 21-6; p. Joseph Vanada (Her), 2:16; lost by p. to Jesse Richardson (WilCent), 3:41

Class AAA team scores — Cleveland 241.0; Wilson Central 147.5; Bradley Central 131.5; Dobyns-Bennett 98.5; Summit 96.0; Blackman 85.5; Beech 75.5; Jefferson Co. 67.0; Arlington 54.0; Knoxville Halls 41.0; Houston 39.0; Cookeville 37.5; Rossview 37.0; Walker Valley 35.5; Anderson Co. 34.5; Collierville 34.5; Maryville 31.5; Oakland 31.5; Page 31.0; Bearden 28.5; Green Hill 28.0; Heritage 27.5; Lebanon 27.0; Munford 25.0; Clarksville 24.5; Franklin 23.5; Bartlett 22.0; Independence 22.0; Siegel 22.0; McMinn Co. 21.5; David Crockett 21.0; Mt. Juliet 17.0; Cocke Co. 16.0; Tullahoma 15.0; East Hamilton 12.0; Science Hill 12.0; Brentwood 11.5; Warren Co. 11.0; Volunteer 7.0; Centennial 6.0; Coffee Co. 5.0; Morristown-Hamblen West 5.0; Hardin Valley Acad. 3.0; Hendersonville 3.0; Overton 3.0; Seymour 3.0; South-Doyle 3.0; Stewarts Creek 3.0; Farragut 2.0; Knoxville West 2.0; Clinton 0.0; Karns 0.0; Morristown-Hamblen East 0.0; Powell 0.0; Ravenwood 0.0; Rhea Co. 0.0; Sevier Co. 0.0; Shelbyville 0.0; Spring Hill 0.0; Stone Memorial 0.0

Nevaeh Brinson, Summit, 103 — d. Anna Fisher (Alc) 7-6; lost by p. to Ella’lina Gonzalez (Clks), 3:00; lost by md. to Rylee Lent (Ind) 10-2; d. Ella Rimer (ScH) 9-2; 5th place

Rylee Lent, Independence, 103 — lost by p. to Ella Rimer (ScH), 4:20; p. Haven Curtis (Seq), 2:00; md. Nevaeh Brinson (Sum) 10-2; d. Anna Fisher (Alc) 7-2; 3rd place

Baylee Peterson, Independence, 125 — p. Aeliyha Threed (StMem), 1:59; d. Katelynn Hernandez (NW) 7-3; lost by d. to Monteria Rigsby (Rdl) 3-1; 2nd place

Brooklyn Long, Independence, 140 — p. Hailey Robinson (SulE), 1:22; lost by md. to Jailynn Tindall (Car) 10-1; p. Morgan Cornelius (Grvl), 2:51; d. Brette Spink (NW) 5-0; 3rd place

Girls team scores — Northwest 70.0; Clarksville 63.0; Tullahoma 62.0; Rossview 51.0; Collierville 50.0; Independence 48.0; Creek Wood 43.0; Greeneville 31.0; Hardin Valley 26.0; Montgomery Central 26.0; Farragut 25.5; Bartlett 25.0; Carter 25.0; Dickson Co. 25.0; Heritage 24.0; Jefferson Co. 24.0; Riverdale 24.0; Clarksville Acad. 22.0; Alcoa 21.0; Cane Ridge 20.0; McGavock 20.0; Sale Creek 20.0; Gibbs 19.0; LaVergne 18.0; Hillsboro 16.0; Brentwood 14.0; Siegel 14.0; Union Co. 14.0; Bearden 13.0; David Crockett 13.0; Sevier Co. 13.0; Cheatham Co. 12.0; Coffee Co. 11.0; Stone Memorial 11.0; Northeast 9.0; Science Hill 7.0; Sullivan East 7.0; Summit 7.0; Chuckey-Doak 6.0; Chattanooga Central 4.0; Fairview 4.0; Baylor 0.0; Bradley Central 0.0; East Nashville 0.0; Sequatchie Co. 0.0; Seymour 0.0; West Greene 0.0; William Blount 0.0

Photos by Charles Pulliam / Williamson Herald

Eagles’ eventful season ends with tournament loss at Page

By Joe Williams 
Williamson Herald

FRANKLIN – Page boys basketball coach Aaron Howard learned three lessons in Monday night’s hard-fought 58-55 win over visiting Independence to open the District 11-AAA Tournament.

“One, you’ve got to play four quarters. Two, other teams play as hard as you do. And three, we found a way to win,” he said. 

None was more important than the third, as the fourth-seeded Patriots watched a 15-point lead fizzle away in the final 10 minutes, making what appeared an easy advancement to the semifinals — and a spot in the Region 6-AAA tourney next week — a nail-biter.

“I have a lot of respect for that Independence team, as hard as they play,” Howard said. “They could have wilted at any time when we had them on the ropes, but they just kept throwing haymakers.”

And the smallest kid on the floor threw the biggest punches.

Eagles guard Jett Montgomery poured in 23 of his game-high 30 points in the second half. Just a freshman, Montgomery nailed 9-of-11 shots he took in the final 16 minutes, including 4-of-5 3-pointers.

“I can’t wait to see what the future holds for that kid,” said Howard. “If you could make fantasy trades in high school, I’d be trying to make that trade. But they ain’t trading him.”

On the other side of the coin, Howard isn’t interested in trading any of his guys, either. Thomas Seaman led Page with 18 points, showing soft hands around the paint for most of the night before ramming home a thundering two-handed dunk with three minutes left in the third to lift the Patriots lead to 15. He was hit with a technical foul after officials ruled he kept his grasp on the rim a little too long, though.

The extra free throws ignited Indy, which went on a 21-8 run over the ensuing eight minutes, cutting the lead to 52-50. The teams swapped field goals before Grant Snider sealed the deal for the Patriots with a free throw with just 0.7 seconds left.

Seaman got support from Andres Casella (12 points) and Jaime Hernandez (10 points) in the win.

The loss ended the season for the fifth-seeded Eagles despite the efforts of Montgomery, River Katina and Tyus Anderson.

“I thought the kids played great, just gave it all they had,” said Independence interim coach Jeff Parker as he hugged every player on the way out of the locker room. “I told them just to give it everything they had. They did, and it gave us an opportunity to win the end of the game.

“We’ve got a lot of guys coming back. Those guys got a taste of what it means to play in a meaningful game and the ones coming back are looking forward to it.”

The Patriots will travel Tuesday to face top-seeded Franklin after the Admirals bested Dickson County 78-28 Monday night. That game started at Franklin but was moved to Independence after a gas leak was suspected at the Hillsboro Road school. 

It is the first time since 2014 that Page has advanced past the first round of the district tournament.

Page boys 58, Independence 55 

I 8 15 16 16 – 55
P 19 14 13 12 – 58

Independence (55) – Jett Montgomery 30, Tyus Anderson 7, River Katina 7, Cameron Bell 4, Owen Ries 3, Justin Miles 2, Sam Womack 2

Page (58) – Thomas Seaman 18, Andres Casella 12, Jaime Hernandez 10, Ryan Lange 8, Grant Snider 6, Joey Cuculla 4

3-pointers – Independence 5 (Montgomery 5), Page 3 (Casella 2, Lange)

Both Bruins advance with 11-AAA tournament wins over Summit, Indy

By Chris Yow

BRENTWOOD — With Summit coach Jim Fey sidelined with a positive test for COVID-19, assistant Ben Parker took over the head coaching duties for the Spartans. His debut did not end as well as he would have hoped, however, as Brentwood defeated Summit 39-32 in the District 11-AAA quarterfinals.

The loss ends Summit’s season without a return trip to the regional tournament, following a sectional berth last season.

“Not a whole lot changed. We had a game plan, and we’d been in communication with (Coach Fey),” Parker said. “We fully expected to come in here and win the game. We had a good chance the last time out against these guys.

“Our guys tried to execute that game plan; we just couldn’t get the ball to go in the basket. “

In a brief flash of things to come in the first quarter, Summit won the tip and Tre Hunter darted down the left side of the lane, but missed the layup. Summit struggled for the rest of the game to finish at the rim.

“Early on we dug ourselves into a hole, and against a team like Brentwood — especially on the road — it’s hard to fight back against that,” Parker said. “I’m proud of our team; they battled a lot of adversity this year and they played hard. Just couldn’t get the big shots to go in tonight.”

Much of Brentwood’s success in the first half came from second-chance points, as the Bruins dominated the glass on both ends of the floor. Brentwood coach Greg Shirley was grateful for those points, though it isn’t the method he prefers.

“I kind of like it when we make shots the first time, so I’d rather not have any offensive rebounds. But I was really proud of the way we started the game tonight,” he said. “The second shots early definitely helped that.”

Brentwood held a 17-5 lead after the first quarter, and did not outscore the Spartans in any other period in the game. The offense played well enough to maintain the lead, but it was the defense Shirley was most proud of in the win.

“Being able to hold a potent and talented offense to 32 points says a lot about us. We talk about defense sometimes having to pull you through, and that’s what happened tonight,” he said.

Brentwood shot the ball well in the first quarter against the Spartans’ zone pressure, and following a timeout after a pair of Bruins 3-pointers, the Spartans matched up man-to-man. Brentwood made quick work of that as well, continuing their offensive outburst with seven more points before Hunter got a bucket and a foul to stop the bleeding.

In the second quarter, Summit returned to their zone defense, and was able to force Brentwood into more difficult shots from the perimeter. Destin Wade then opened the quarter with a long ball, and Hunter converted another three-point play to cut the lead to 19-11.

John Windley and Davis White extended the lead with six straight points, but Summit battled to make it 27-16 at the break.

“Early in the game, it was just the effort to get on the offensive glass. We talked about it at halftime, and made some adjustments,” Parker said.

Coming out of the locker rooms, Summit was determined to force the Bruins into tougher shots and the Spartans increased their effort on the defensive glass.

Summit was on a 9-0 run before Brentwood finally got a bucket with a little more than half the quarter gone. The Bruins scored just four points in the third period, but held Summit at bay.

The offensive output from Summit wasn’t enough to overcome the early deficit, but the Spartans certainly gave it all they had to give themselves an opportunity late.

“Give Summit credit, they played hard and they made plays when we didn’t,” Shirley said. “I’m proud of this team for moving on and qualifying for regionals. You had two teams out there tonight who really wanted it.”

Brentwood boys 39, Summit 32

S 5 11 7 9 — 32
B 17 10 4 8 — 39

Summit (32) — Destin Wade 10, Bradley Stewart 3, Tre Hunter 6, Konata Werts 11, CJ Jones 2
Brentwood (39) —John Windley 19, Griffin Burke 2, Jake Brock 3, Davis White 6, Macen Redner 5, Daniel Cochran 2, Dustin Bluhme 2
3-pointers — Summit 3 (Wade 2, Werts), Brentwood 6 (Windley 3, Brock, White, Wedner)

Top seed Lady Bruins take care of business

A week-long layoff was no issue for fifth-ranked Brentwood in the District 11-AAA quarterfinals on Monday night, as they cruised to a 76-21 win over Independence at home.

The Bruins used a high-pressure defense and made the most of transition opportunities in the win. Junior Sydney Ryan led all scorers with 26 points, while Princeton signee Amelia Osgood hit four 3-pointers en route to a 24-point performance for the Lady Bruins.

Independence’s young group had no answer for the Brentwood defense in the first half, as they were held scoreless in the second quarter and trailed 46-6 at the half. 

Brentwood girls 76, Independence 21

I 6 0 13 2 — 21
B 24 22 16 14 — 76

Independence (21) — Leah Oubre 5, Evy Nichols 9, Ryan Brown 3, Cristy Martinez 4
Brentwood (76) — Eden Oates 6, Kate Workman 9, Kaitlyn Lorenzi 2, Sydney Ryan 26, Chloe Wampler 3, Sophis Rosten 4, Amelia Osgood 24, Ellie Meadows 2
3-pointers — Independence 2 (Oubre, Nichols), Brentwood 9 (Osgood 4, Ryan 3, Oates, Wampler)

All Photos by Chris Yow / SM-Tn Sports

Sports upcoming

Monday
High school basketball

District 11-AAA Tournament
Boys play-in, Spring Hill (9) vs. Dickson Co. (8) at Franklin, 4:30 p.m.
Girls quarterfinal, Independence (9) at Brentwood (1), 5:30 p.m.
Girls quarterfinal, Dickson Co. (7) at Page (2), 5:30 p.m.
Girls quarterfinal, Ravenwood (5) at Summit (4), 7 p.m.
Girls quarterfinal, Franklin (6) at Spring Hill (3), 7 p.m.
Boys quarterfinal, Centennial (6) at Ravenwood (3), 7 p.m.
Boys quarterfinal, Spring Hill/Dickson Co. winner at Franklin (1), 7:30 p.m.
Boys quarterfinal, Independence (5) at Page (4), 7:30 p.m.
Boys quarterfinal, Summit (7) at Brentwood (2), 7:30 p.m.
District 8-AAA Tournament
Boys quarterfinal, Shelbyville (7) at Lincoln Co. (3), 6 p.m.
Boys quarterfinal, Lawrence Co. (5) at Tullahoma (4), 6 p.m.
Girls quarterfinal, Shelbyville (6) at Lawrence Co. (3), 6 p.m.
Girls quarterfinal, Lincoln Co. (5) at Columbia Central (4), 6 p.m.
District 10-A Tournament
Girls play-in, Mt. Pleasant (5) at Santa Fe (4), 6 p.m.
Boys play-in, Hampshire (5) at Mt. Pleasant (4), 6 p.m.

Junior college baseball

Jackson State at Columbia State, 12 noon (DH)

Junior college softball

Jackson State at Columbia State, 12 noon (DH)

Junior college basketball

Volunteer State at Columbia State, 5:30 p.m. (DH)

Tuesday
High school basketball

District 11-AAA Tournament
Girls semifinals at higher seeds
Boys semifinals at higher seeds
*5:30 p.m. (girls) and 7:30 p.m. (boys) tips if higher seed hosts both; 7 p.m. tip for single game
District 10-A Tournament
Girls semifinal, Mt. Pleasant/Santa Fe winner at Richland (1), 5:30 p.m.
Girls semifinal, Culleoka (3) at Hampshire (2), 6 p.m.
Boys semifinal, Culleoka (3) at Santa Fe (2), 6 p.m.
Boys semifinal, Hampshire/Mt. Pleasant winner at Richland (1), 7:30 p.m.
District 12-A Tournament
Girls quarterfinal, Perry Co. (5) at Collinwood (4), 4:30 p.m.
Girls quarterfinal, Frank Hughes (6) at Wayne Co. (3), 6 p.m.
Boys quarterfinal, Frank Hughes (5) at Wayne Co. (4), 7:30 p.m.
Boys quarterfinal, Collinwood (6) at Perry Co. (3), 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday
High school basketball

District 11-AAA Tournament
Girls championship at higher seed
Girls consolation at higher seed
Boys championship at higher seed
Boys consolation at higher seed
*5:30 p.m. (girls) and 7:30 p.m. (boys) tips if higher seed hosts both; 7 p.m. tip for single game
District 8-AAA Tournament
Boys semifinal, Shelbyville/Lincoln Co. winner at Coffee Co. (2), 6 p.m.
Boys semifinal, Lawrence Co./Tullahoma winner at Columbia Central (1), 6 p.m.
Girls semifinal, Shelbyville/Lawrence Co. winner at Tullahoma (2), 6 p.m.
Girls semifinal, Lincoln Co./Columbia Central winner at Coffee Co. (1), 8:30 p.m.
District 10-A Tournament
Girls championship at higher seed, 6 p.m.
Girls consolation at higher seed, 6 p.m.

Junior college baseball

Motlow State at Columbia State, TBD

Junior college basketball

Dyersburg State at Columbia State, 5:30 p.m. (DH)

Thursday
High school basketball

District 10-A Tournament
Boys championship at higher seed, 6 p.m.
Boys consolation at higher seed, 6 p.m.

Friday
High school basketball

District 8-AAA Tournament
Girls championship at higher seed
Girls consolation at higher seed
Boys championship at higher seed
Boys consolation at higher seed
*game times to be determined

High school wrestling

Class AAA State Tournament, 8 a.m., Chattanooga Convention Center

Saturday
Junior college baseball

Southwest Tennessee at Columbia State, 12 noon (DH)

Junior college softball

Southwest Tennessee at Columbia State, 1 p.m. (DH)