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No. 2 Summertown ‘Weathers’ 27-point performance for win

By Maurice Patton

SUMMERTOWN – Neither team’s coaching staff was looking to overstate the importance of a January decision following Summertown’s 57-48 District 12-A win against visiting Loretto.

Especially in light of recent history.

“The past few years, we’ve met four or five times,” Lady Mustangs assistant Kelli Weathers said following the loss, the second in as many games for the state’s No. 3 team in Class A – according to this week’s Associated Press poll – after a 10-1 start.

“You don’t just feel like the first game is the way the season will end.”

Summertown (16-3, 4-0) threatened to pull away early, getting six 3-pointers in the opening half and looking to take a nine-point cushion into the locker room before Laney Weathers took a step across halfcourt and beat the buzzer with a trey to make it a 26-20 game.

After intermission, though, the second-ranked Lady Eagles extended the margin to as many as 15 points – largely behind junior post Katie Burdette, who scored six of her 12 points in the first two minutes of the third quarter.

“We love ‘paint touches’, in the halfcourt or in transition,” Summertown coach Catie Embrey said. “They did a good job trying to keep us out of the paint early. But we were fresher; we were able to go deeper into our bench and to go back to our starters late and get those touches.”

Loretto (11-4, 3-1) managed to get the deficit inside double digits as Karly Weathers scored 15 of her game-high 27 points in the final period, but never trailed by fewer than eight points.

“We like to play fast. They made us give (the ball) up early in transition, and we never had enough confidence to get it to the back (of their defense),” coach Weathers said. “And we gave up way too many uncontested 3s. We had a goal of how many we wanted them to score, and they exceeded that.

“When you don’t get done what you want on offense or defense, that’s a bad recipe.”

Hailey Jones led Summertown offensively with 13 points, with the hosts connecting on eight treys for the night.

“I think it’s a blessing to have two programs of that caliber, to get to prepare and compete against each other, in the same county,” Embrey said. “It highlights girls basketball. I love it.

“It still won’t be the last time we’ll meet. I’m sure we’ll see each other over and over and over … But seeding matters this year, so there’s a little more incentive for regular-season play.”

The two teams are scheduled to play Feb. 5 at Loretto.

Summertown 57, Loretto 48

L 10 10 6 22 – 48
S 13 13 13 18 – 57

Loretto (48) – Madelin Tidwell 2, Karly Weathers 27, Laney Weathers 3, Kensey Weathers 4, Shelby Fisher 10, Emily Cozart 2
Summertown (57) – Kaley Campbell 8, Jenna Brazier 8, Hailey Jones 13, Rylee Long 5, Katie Burdette 12, Ansley Burleson 9, Karlie Campbell 2
3-pointers – Loretto 3 (Ka. Weathers 2, L. Weathers), Summertown 9 (Kl. Campbell 2, Brazier 2, Jones, Long, Burleson 3)

Photos by Vanessa Beach / SM-Tn Sports

Trio of third-quarter treys sparks host Eagles’ victory

By Maurice Patton

SUMMERTOWN — A back-and-forth Top 10 affair seesawed one final time Tuesday night, as host Summertown scored the final 11 points of the third quarter and rode that wave to a 58-47 win over visiting Loretto in District 12-A play.

“We just made some shots,” Eagles coach Wes Long said. “We’d gotten some of those same looks in the first half. We just made a few shots and got some stops.”

Minus Xavier Young and Tabias Sirmones, each of whom got into foul trouble in the first half, No. 8 Summertown (13-4, 4-0) took a 36-35 lead on a Skylar Trousdale 3-pointer with 2:50 remaining in the third period.

Gavin Burleson added a 3 at the 2:16 mark, followed by a Grant Burleson trey a minute later, and – after a Loretto turnover – Zane Akins scored in transition with 14 seconds left to make it a 44-35 game heading into the final frame.

“I think they wanted it a little bit more,” Mustangs coach Greg Tipps said. “They did a really good job. They deserved to win.

“Foul trouble wasn’t our friend, but we didn’t play well.”

Sirmones helped third-ranked Loretto (9-3, 3-1) to a 10-8 lead by the end of the opening quarter. The hosts answered and led 25-22 at halftime, but found themselves trailing again prior to the decisive flurry.

“Loretto’s a great team,” Long said. “They’re physical, they’re tough. They’ve earned everything they’ve gotten. It’s been really tough the last few years to compete with them. It’s going to be a dogfight every time we play.”

Shaler Hankins and Brendan Tipps scored 13 points each to lead Loretto. Grant Burleson finished with a game-high 16 points for Summertown.

“It’s a great win, but when it’s all said and done, we’ve still got to play them again, we’ve still got Perry County,” Long said. “We can’t feel too good about it for too long. We’ve got to go back to work the next day.”

Summertown 58, Loretto 47

L 10 12 13 12 – 47
S 8 17 19 14 – 58

Loretto (47) – Omar Joyner 3, Clint Seymore 3, Shaler Hankins 13, Xavier Young 8, Brendan Tipps 13, Tabias Sirmones 7
Summertown (58) – Skyler Trousdale 14, Zane Akins 2, Jake Smith 2, Grayson Burleson 6, Gavin Burleson 13, Grant Burleson 16, Kaden Trotter 5
3-pointers – Loretto 2 (Seymore, Tipps), Summertown 6 (Trousdale 3, Gt. Burleson 3)

Photos by Vanessa Beach / SM-Tn Sports

Cross-county hoops rivalry spiced up with latest rankings

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It’s never just for bragging rights when Loretto and Summertown meet athletically, and Tuesday will be no exception.

All four teams in the Tuesday basketball doubleheader are ranked in this week’s Associated Press Class A Top 10, as District 12-A play continues.

In the boys nightcap, visiting Loretto is listed third – falling from No. 1 following a weekend loss to Brentwood (ranked eighth in Class AAA) in the Sonic Shootout at Lebanon – while the host Eagles broke into the poll at No. 8.

The girls opener features No. 2 Summertown, up a spot from last week, and visiting third-ranked Loretto, which also slipped from No. 1 after Saturday’s loss to Brentwood.

Other ranked teams of local interest include unbeaten Richland, listed fourth in the Boys Class A poll, along with Christ Presbyterian Academy’s boys in Division II-A and Coffee County’s girls in Class AAA.

Richland travels Tuesday to Mt. Pleasant in District 10-A action.  CPA, No. 1 in DII-A, hosts Columbia Academy in a Tuesday district matchup that will be televised on MyTV30 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Coffee County, sixth in Class AAA, meets visiting Columbia Central in a District 8-AAA clash Friday.

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The top 10 teams in each of Tennessee’s three Division I non-financial aid classifications and the top five teams in each of the state’s Division II financial aid classifications as selected by Tennessee Associated Press-member sportswriters and broadcasters follow (first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 18, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote and previous ranking):

Boys Class AAA

1. Houston (10)                       10-3    114  1
2. Siegel                             13-3    96   4
3. Bearden (2)                        17-1    92   5
4. Arlington                          11-1    73   2
5. Franklin                           14-2    64   6
6. East Hamilton                      8-2     61   3
7. Oak Ridge                          14-3    52   7
8. Science Hill                       16-2    36   8
(tie) Brentwood                        9-2     36   10
10. Bartlett                           12-5    20   NR
Others receiving 12 points or more: none

Boys Class AA

1. Jackson South Side (12)             10-1    120  1
2. Upperman                           13-3    104  3
3. Kingston                           12-3    81   2
4. Bolivar Central                    11-5    73   5
5. Covington                          5-2     61   4
6. Loudon                             10-2    60   T7
7. Greeneville                        12-5    41   T7
8. Elizabethton                       12-3    30   9
9. South Gibson                       12-4    26   10
10. Watertown                          9-3     16   6
Others receiving 12 points or more: Creek Wood 13; Fulton 13; Tyner Acad. 12

Boys Class A

1. Madison Academic (4)                11-2    109  2
2. Clay Co. (2)                    13-2    100  3
3. Loretto (4)                        9-2     94   1
4. Richland (2)                       11-0    93   4
5. North Greene                       16-3    72   5
6. Humboldt                           10-1    66   6
7. Oneida                             10-1    45   9
8. South Fulton                       11-3    19   8
(tie) Summertown                       12-4    19   NR
10. Perry Co.                       7-2     14   10
Others receiving 12 points or more: none

Boys Division II-AA

1. Christian Brothers (8)                           14-0    114  1
2. Brentwood Acad. (3)               12-0    109  2
3. Montgomery Bell Acad.                                9-0     98   3
4. Memphis Univ. School                                9-2     75   4
5. Knoxville Catholic (1)              11-2    35   NR
Others receiving 12 points or more: Ensworth 30; Briarcrest 12

Boys Division II-A

1. Christ Presbyterian Acad. (8)                            13-3    113  1
2. Knoxville Webb (1)                  14-2    98   3
3. First Assembly Chr. (2)        9-0     96   2
4. Goodpasture (1)                    12-1    84   4
5. Tipton-Rosemark             8-1     68   5
Others receiving 12 points or more: Evangelical Chr. 15

Girls Class AAA

1. Bradley Central (9)                11-1    116  1
2. Stone Memorial (2)                 14-1    109  2
3. Riverdale (1)                     9-0     88   3
4. Bearden                           13-1    86   4
5. Brentwood                         12-3    70   5
6. Coffee Co.                     16-1    53   7
7. Blackman                          3-2     43   6
8. Sevier Co.                     17-2    26   10
9. Lebanon                           14-3    25   9
10. Maryville                         14-3    17   NR
Others receiving 12 points or more: Farragut 14

Girls Class AA

1. Upperman (12)                     19-0    120  1
2. Jackson South Side                 11-0    97   3
3. Westview                          14-1    92   4
4. Northview Acad.                 17-1    83   5
5. Macon Co.                      10-2    71   2
6. Grainger                          16-2    54   7
7. Stewart Co.                    15-2    39   6
8. Watertown                         14-2    24   10
9. Creek Wood                        15-4    19   9
10. Meigs Co.                      6-4     17   8
 (tie) York Institute                  12-3    17   NR
Others receiving 12 points or more: none

Girls Class A

1. Gibson Co. (4)                 19-1    106  2
2. Summertown (4)                    15-3    101  3
3. Loretto (2)                       10-3    95   1
4. McKenzie                          16-1    85   4
5. Clarkrange (1)                    11-4    72   5
6. Peabody                           16-3    58   6
7. Van Buren Co.                  14-1    52   7
8. Houston Co.                    11-1    40   8
9. North Greene                      13-3    22   9
10. Jo Byrns                          8-1     17   10
Others receiving 12 points or more: none

Girls Division II-AA

1. Ensworth (12)                     10-0    120  1
2. Brentwood Acad.                 12-3    102  2
3. Father Ryan                       8-0     93   4
(tie) Hutchison                  10-1    93   3
5. Briarcrest                        10-2    66   5
Others receiving 12 points or more: none

Girls Division II-A

1. Lakeway Chr.  (4)             13-5    105  3
2. Tipton-Rosemark (7)        7-0     104  1
3. Trinity Chr.          12-5    92   2
4. Webb-Bell Buckle (1)                   7-1     80   4
5. Clarksville Acad.                12-4    72   5
Others receiving 12 points or more: Providence Chr. 21

Mt. Pleasant lures Hartsfield to take over grid program

By Maurice Patton

Fresh off a trip to watch one of his protégés compete for a college football national championship, Kit Hartsfield was announced Tuesday as the new football coach at Mt. Pleasant.

Hartsfield, 22-13 with three Class 6A state playoff appearances over the past three seasons at Blackman, succeeds Bronson Bradley at the Tigers’ helm.

“It’s a football-hungry program and community,” said the 33-year-old Hartsfield, a Lawrenceburg native who played his final two years at Riverdale – winning a 2004 state title – before going on to start four seasons at linebacker for Austin Peay. “They want success. I can feel the intensity from the administration. It’s a vision I want to be a part of, I’m excited to be a part of.”

The younger brother of longtime Midstate girls basketball coach Wendi Hartsfield Scott (Lawrence County, Riverdale, Blackman), Kit began his coaching career immediately out of college, taking the helm at Oakland Middle School and spending three years as defensive backs coach under Thomas McDaniel at Oakland High School.

“Coaching is part of our entire family,” he said. “It’s all I’ve ever known. It’s something I wanted to do from middle school age. I just did it in a different sport than most of my family.”

Kit Hartsfield (left, with former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer) will succeed Bronson Bradley as football coach at Mt. Pleasant. (Courtesy photo)

Following McDaniel’s departure to take the reins at Christian Brothers, Hartsfield moved across Murfreesboro and joined David Watson’s staff at Blackman as defensive coordinator. As a Blaze staffer, he helped the team post a 28-10 mark with a pair of state quarterfinal berths.

Named to succeed Watson at the top of the Blackman program in 2018, the Blaze went 10-2 and advanced to the second round of the playoffs in Hartsfield’s first campaign, followed by an 8-5 finish in 2019 and a quarterfinal loss to Region 3-6A rival Oakland. Blackman finished 4-6 this past fall, falling to Hendersonville in the opening round of postseason play.

“(In the last two years) we lost to Alcoa twice, we lost to Ravenwood twice, we lost to Independence twice, we lost to Oakland twice,” Hartsfield said, emphasizing the challenging schedule Blackman faced during his tenure.

Bradley led Mt. Pleasant to four playoff appearances in seven seasons, but was dismissed in late November after a 1-8 finish in a pandemic-hampered campaign. Despite losing nine starters – six on offense, three on defense – school administration saw fit to make a move after the Tigers sustained four one-possession losses.

Mt. Pleasant went 38-37 under Bradley, reaching the second round of the postseason in 2014 and in 2018 while also qualifying for the 2015 and ’19 Class 1A playoffs. The Tigers posted eight wins in both 2018 and ’19.

The vacancy drew nearly 50 applicants from across and from outside the state. A screening process resulted in six finalists interviewing over the weekend for the vacancy, with Hartsfield emerging.

“Coach Hartsfield brings a ‘championship mindset’ to Mt. Pleasant,” principal Ryan Jackson said in a release. “He has competed at a championship level as both a player and coach. He understands what it takes to lead and operate a top-tier football program, putting an emphasis on developing authentic player-coach relationships in order to fully maximize the potential of all of our players.”

Jackson said Hartsfield is expected to be visible with both the middle school and youth league programs in Mt. Pleasant.

 “The unification of our campus football program is paramount,” he said. “Creating an athletic powerhouse program in Small Town, USA, is our goal, and it starts with getting all stakeholders on the same page, with everyone pulling in the same direction.”

Mt. Pleasant will compete in Region 5-2A next fall, along with Richland, Summertown, Loretto, Cascade and Forrest. The Tigers’ non-region schedule will also include home games against both Columbia Central and Spring Hill – the first official meeting against the former since 1961, while the latter series resumes after a six-year hiatus.

Having sent a number of players on to the college ranks, including Ohio State running back Master Teague — he was in attendance for the Buckeyes’ 52-24 loss Monday to Alabama — Hartsfield said he’s ready for the challenge of similar achievements at the Maury County school.

“I love my Blackman people,” he said. “I had a great time, great support from that community. They’re going to continue to be successful.

“Football is 11 on 11. Every field is 100 yards long. Every kid wants to be coached and wants to be loved on. That’s my purpose, to help these kids reach their goals. I’m looking to build a staff that coaches for the kids and helps mold them into young men and can develop them to their fullest potential on the field.”

Area squads dot initial Associated Press rankings

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Loretto’s boys and girls each top their respective statewide Class A Top 10s polls as compiled this week by the Associated Press.

The Mustangs entered the week 7-1, with only a 53-50 mid-December loss to Creek Wood preventing what would have been a 31-game win streak dating to last season. The Lady Mustangs, meanwhile, take an 8-2 record into Tuesday’s District 12-A doubleheader against visiting Frank Hughes.

Richland’s boys are ranked fourth in Class A, coming off a 3-0 week with impressive victories over Huntland, Fayetteville and District 10-A rival Santa Fe. The Raiders take on visiting Culleoka in Tuesday league play.

Summertown’s girls, who have won five of eight games against Class AAA competition, are No. 3 in the Class A poll. The Lady Eagles travel Tuesday for a league matchup against Wayne County.

Summertown’s boys (Class A) and Columbia Academy’s boys (Division II-A) are listed among others receiving votes in this week’s polls.

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The top 10 teams in each of Tennessee’s three Division I non-financial aid classifications and the top five teams in each of the state’s Division II financial aid classifications as selected by Tennessee Associated Press-member sportswriters and broadcasters follow (first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 11, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote):

Boys Class AAA

1. Houston (8)                        8-2     112
2. Arlington (3)                      11-0    100
3. East Hamilton                      7-1     72
4. Siegel                             10-3    65
5. Bearden                            14-1    63
6. Franklin                           12-2    54
7. Oak Ridge (1)                      11-3    38 
8. Science Hill                       15-2    31 
9. Station Camp                       13-3    27
10. Brentwood                          7-2     24
Others receiving 12 points or more: Bartlett 19; Morristown East 13

Boys Class AA

1. Jackson South Side (10)             8-1     118
2. Kingston (1)                       11-2    92
3. Upperman (1)                       11-3    83 
4. Covington                          5-2     53 
5. Bolivar Central                    9-5     44
6. Watertown                          9-2     35
7. Loudon                             8-2     34
7. Greeneville                        10-5    34
9. Elizabethton                       10-2    31
10. South Gibson                       11-4    28
Others receiving 12 points or more: Creek Wood 24; Tyner Acad. 20; Fulton 13

Boys Class A

1. Loretto (4)                        7-1     100
2. Madison Academic (3)                9-2     93 
3. Clay Co. (1)                    11-2    88 
4. Richland (3)                       9-0     78
5. North Greene                       13-3    57
6. Humboldt (1)                       8-1     48
7. Peabody                            8-6     39
8. South Fulton                       10-2    34
9. Oneida                             7-1     27
10. Perry Co.                       6-1     24
Others receiving 12 points or more: Pickett Co. 19; Summertown 18; Jo Byrns 12

Boys Division II-AA

1. Christian Brothers (9)                           13-0    114
2. Brentwood Acad. (1)               10-0    106
3. Montgomery Bell Acad.                                7-0     72 
4. Memphis Univ. School                                9-2     50
5. Ensworth                           8-2     46 
Others receiving 12 points or more: Knoxville Catholic 33; Briarcrest 32; Baylor 27

Boys Division II-A

1. Christ Presbyterian Acad. (2)                            10-3    102
2. First Assembly Chr. (6)        7-0     100
3. Knoxville Webb (3)                  12-2    76 
4. Goodpasture                        9-1     67 
5. Tipton-Rosemark             7-1     57
Others receiving 12 or more points: Columbia Acad. 26; Evangelical Chr. 23; Donelson Chr. 15

Girls Class AAA

1. Bradley Central (6)                  8-1     99 
2. Stone Memorial (2)                   11-1    93 
3. Riverdale (3)                        7-0     73
4. Bearden (1)                         10-1    69 
5. Brentwood                           10-2    66 
6. Blackman                            3-2     56
7. Coffee Co.                        14-1    51
8. Farragut                            9-1     34
9. Lebanon                             12-2    33
10. Sevier Co.                        15-2    21
Others receiving 12 points or more: White Co. 15

Girls Class AA

1. Upperman (11)                        17-0    119
2. Macon Co. (1)                     9-0     99 
3. Jackson South Side                   9-0     85
4. Westview                            12-1    80
4. Northview Acad.                    15-1    80 
6. Stewart Co.                       14-1    49
7. Grainger                            15-2    43
8. Meigs Co.                        5-3     29
9. Creek Wood                          13-3    26
10. Watertown                           13-2    13
Others receiving 12 points or more: Covington 12

Girls Class A

1. Loretto (5)                         8-2     101
2. Gibson Co. (4)                    17-1    94 
3. Summertown (3)                       13-3    83
4. McKenzie                            13-1    81
5. Clarkrange                          8-4     69 
6. Peabody                             14-3    49
7. Van Buren Co.                     11-1    47
8. Houston Co.                       10-1    41
9. North Greene                        10-3    22
10. Jo Byrns                            9-1     21
Others receiving 12 points or more: Tellico Plains 14; Whitwell 13

Girls Division II-AA

1. Ensworth (10)                        3-0     116
2. Brentwood Acad. (2)                12-2    107
3. Hutchison                    9-1     96 
4. Father Ryan                         6-0     81
5. Briarcrest                          3-2     56 
Others receiving 12 points or more: Pope John Paul II 24

Girls Division II-A

1. Tipton-Rosemark (3)          2-0     103
2. Trinity Chr. (1)        10-5    71 
3. Lakeway Chr.  (3)               10-5    61
4. Webb-Bell Buckle (2)                      7-1     53
5. Clarksville Acad.                  10-4    36 
Others receiving 12 or more points: Nashville Chr. 30; Middle Tennessee Chr. 28; Providence Chr. 27; Christian Acad. of Knoxville 21; Univ. School of Jackson 18

Summertown, Loretto each place three on all-state team; Summit’s Cherry also named

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A trio of standouts from Summertown’s second consecutive state championship volleyball team was recognized this week as the Tennessee Sports Writers Association named its all-state performers.

Senior outside hitter Miya Cole Brown – the Most Valuable Player in this year’s Class A state tournament – was honored as a member of the Class A team along with junior middle hitter Katie Burdette (last year’s state tourney MVP) and junior setter Caiti Beth Gallagher.

Joining them are three members of the Class A state runner-up squad Loretto – junior middle hitter Karly Weathers, sophomore outside hitter Laney Weathers and sophomore setter Allie Morgan.

Summit senior outside hitter, Destiny Cherry, a Butler University signee, was a Class AAA all-state selection.

The teams for Class AAA, Class AA, Class A and Division II are listed below.

Class AAA

OH — Mattie Arnett, Cookeville, Sr.; Destiny Cherry, Summit, Sr.; Joy Douglass, Cleveland, Sr.; Shaye Eggleston, Brentwood, Sr.; Ashllyn King, Blackman, Sr.; Ainsley Patrick, Oak Ridge, Sr.; Lexi Pendleton, Germantown Houston, So.; MH — Jaida Clark, Siegel, Sr.; Loren Grindstaff, Science Hill, Sr.; Mary Oldham, Brentwood, Sr.; Emma Titus, Station Camp, Sr.; S — Liv Gravatt, Maryville, So.; Rachel McCollum, Collierville, Sr.; LIB — June Padilla, Siegel, Sr.; Haley Sanders, Brentwood, Sr.

Class AA

OH — Hallie Dickens, Macon Co., Sr.; Charley Fulton, Nolensville, Sr.; Morgan McMurray, Anderson Co., Sr.; Meredith Page, Murfreesboro Central, Sr.; Brooke Spurgeon, Murfreesboro Central, Fr.; Nikkayla Stewart, Greeneville, Sr.; MH — Jazmyn Jenkins, Nolensville, Sr.; Matti Rowland, Anderson Co., Sr.; Savanah Pippen, Portland, Sr.; Elaina Vaughan, Sullivan Central, Sr.; S — Jules Aiken, Greeneville, Sr.; Kylie Atchison, Lexington, So.; LIB — Bella Archie, Crockett Co., Jr.; Leah Freeman, Anderson Co., Jr.; Lauren Starcke, Nolensville, Sr.

Class A

OH — Miya Cole Brown, Summertown, Sr.; Morgan Brown, Watertown, Jr.; Hannah Haislip, Halls, Sr.; Ava Higgins, Sale Creek, Fr.; Lillie Morgan, Sale Creek, Sr.; Laney Weathers, Loretto, So.; Addison Williams, South Greene, Jr.; MH — Katie Burdette, Summertown, Jr.; Karly Weathers, Loretto, Jr.; Brookelyn Davis, Watertown, Sr.; S — Caiti Beth Gallaher, Summertown, Jr.; Sydney Gentry, South Greene, Jr.; Allie Morgan, Loretto, So.; LIB — Allison Smith, Sale Creek, Sr.; Alie Tunks, Watertown, Jr.

Division II

OH — McKenna Brown, Notre Dame, Sr.; Lucy Green, Father Ryan, Sr.; Zykia Jones, Briarcrest Chr., Sr.; Elaine Redman, Baylor, Sr.; Annabelle Sulish, Concord Chr., Jr.; Celia Watson, St. Agnes, Sr.; MH — Alexa Austin, The King’s Acad., Sr.; Reagan Carney, Univ. School of Jackson, Sr.; Oliva Jones, Goodpasture, Jr.; Tess Margio, Baylor, Sr.; Grainne McGrath, Knoxville Catholic, Sr.; S — Chloe Bryan, Briarcrest Chr., Sr.; Claire Wilson, Harpeth Hall, Sr.; Kolbie Greene, The King’s Acad., Sr.; LIB — Cassie Kuerschen, Knoxville Catholic, Sr.