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After taking the job 12 days ago Tarlton out as Franklin Co. Boys Basketball Coach, Holt New Named Head Coach

Sam Tarlton notified Franklin County High School Principal, Dr. Roger Alsup, that he has decided not to come to Franklin County.   Zach Holt has been named the new FCHS Boys Basketball coach. Alsup said, “We are disappointed that Sam will not be coaching our boys basketball team, but we wish him the best, and we are …

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Vandy and Vols Headed to College Baseball World Series

It was Kumar Rocker (Friday) and Jack Leiter (Saturday) as the Vandy Boys shut down East Carolina and are headed back to the College Baseball World Series. The two outstanding pitchers led the Commodores (45-15) to the final 8. Vanderbilt, technically, is the defending national champions having won the event in 2019. There was no College World Series in …

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After Fight Franklin Co. and Shelbyville Football became Ineligible for 2022 Playoffs -TSSAA Rescinds Decision

Story by On Target News Sports Reporter Will Rabb The Franklin County and Shelbyville football teams will be eligible for the playoffs in 2021. The programs appeared before the TSSAA board of control, at their June meeting Wednesday. The board unanimously voted to rescind the restrictive probation, which carries a postseason ban, effective immediately.  The …

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Tim Priest Retires as Vol Network Color Analyst, VFL Pat Ryan Tabbed to Replace

After a 22-year career that includes 274 University of Tennessee football games, 14 bowl games and three SEC Championship games, Vol Radio Network football color analyst Tim Priest has decided to step away from the broadcast booth in order to spend more time watching his grandchildren’s athletic exploits. “For the last 22 years, I have …

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Coffee County’s Keri Munn Named Miss Softball for Class-AAA

Keri Munn the outstanding pitcher for the Coffee County Lady Raiders softball team has been named Miss Softball for Class AAA for the 2021 season. This award came from the Tennessee Softball Coaches Association. Munn finished the season by helping her team finish as state runner-up in the TSSAA State Tournament. She batted .308 for …

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New Boys’ Basketball Coach at Franklin County

Samuel Tarlton has been hired as the new head boys’ basketball coach Franklin County High School. Tarlton had been serving as the boys coach for the Class-A North Greene High School Huskies for the last 4 years where he accomplished an impressive overall record of 107-36. His teams won three district championships, two regional championships …

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Coffee County Softball Players Earn Post-Season Honors

Head Coach Brandon McWhorter announced on Wednesday that recent graduated Coffee County Lady Raider softball players Keri Munn and Justus Turner have been selected by the Tennessee Softball Coaches Association to play in the TSCA All-Star Game. The game will be held June 17 at Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro. In other Coffee County softball …

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History Made!! Coffee County Lady Raiders Finish as Runner-Up in the TSSAA State Softball Tournament

An early Friday morning start did not slow down the Coffee County Central Lady Raiders softball team as the big bats came calling. The Lady Raiders defeated the Summit Spartans 12-4. Kaitlyn Davis, who drove in six runners with a double and a grand-slam homer. Teammate Justus Turner also hit the longball as also hit …

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