Tuesday’s game at White County is one the Cumberland County Jets would like to forget, as the Warriors ran away with an 87-60 non-district victory.

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Tuesday’s game at White County is one the Cumberland County Jets would like to forget, as the Warriors ran away with an 87-60 non-district victory.

Spring sports are just around the corner, and signups for three Crossville youth sports programs are now open. Crossville Youth Baseball and Softball (CBYS), Just For Kids slow-pitch softball and T-ball, and Crossville Recreational Youth Soccer Association (CRYSA) registration is now open.

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When the Cumberland County Jets were facing a 58-54 deficit to Grundy County with 45 seconds remaining Friday night, their perfect run through District 7AA looked to be over. CCHS had a starter fouled out, another with four fouls and Grundy County had almost shut down the Jet offense.

The Stone Memorial Lady Panthers picked up their 11th consecutive victory Friday night, as they defeated Warren County 66-43 to improve to 18-1 overall this season. The win also puts SMHS at 2-0 in District 6AAA play.

District 6AAA competition got off to a dramatic start for the No. 8 Stone Memorial Lady Panthers Tuesday night, as SMHS needed late-game heroics to escape Rhea County (13-2) with a 56-54 victory.

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The Stone Memorial Lady Panthers won a drama-filled game at Rhea County on Tuesday. SMHS' Keaton Freitag nailed the go-ahead three-pointer with 12.3 seconds remaining to give Stone Memorial the 56-54 District 6AAA victory.

The Clarkrange Lady Buffaloes entered Monday’s contest with Cumberland County ranked No. 3 in Class A, and showed why they are one of the state’s top teams as they defeated CCHS 63-28.

A trip to Clarkrange during basketball season is never easy, and Monday was no exception as the Cumberland County Jets won a heated battle with the Buffaloes, 69-67.

Friday’s 88-38 victory at Marion County was extra sweet for the Cumberland County Jets, as senior Mason Wyatt scored his 1,000th-career point against the Warriors.

Holding an opponent to only 37 points is often a recipe for basketball success, but a slow offensive Saturday night snapped the Stone Memorial Panthers’ winning streak at seven as they were defeated by Science Hill (18-1), 37-34.

It was business as usual for the Cumberland County Lady Jets Friday night when CCHS traveled to Marion County and defeated the Lady Warriors 71-29 in District 7AA action.

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A 28-8 run in the third quarter put the nail in Bledsoe County’s coffin Tuesday, as the Cumberland County Jets improved to 3-0 in District 7AA play with a 70-48 victory over the Warriors.

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The Cumberland County Lady Jets’ winning streak in District 7AA was extended to 23 games on Tuesday, as CCHS won at Bledsoe County 76-40.

One of the top girls basketball games in Tennessee Monday night saw the Stone Memorial Lady Panthers hold off a fourth-quarter comeback from the Farragut Lady Admirals to win 54-50.

The York Institute Dragons completed their season sweep of the Cumberland County Lady Jets on Tuesday, as they won at CCHS by a score of 58-47.

It’s been 10 days since Stone Memorial Lady Panthers have been on the hardwood, but the weather delays did little to slow them down Tuesday night, as they won at Franklin County 58-24.

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A strong fourth-quarter performance fueled the Cumberland County Jets to their seventh straight victory Monday night, as they won at Rhea County 73-64.

Three quarters of strong basketball weren’t enough Monday night for the Cumberland County Lady Jets, as they were defeated by a veteran Rhea County squad 63-52.

On behalf of the Tennessee football program, Vice Chancellor and Athletics Director Phillip Fulmer attended the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl coaches meeting to receive the Vols official invitation to play Indiana on Jan. 2 at 7 p.m. ET, from bowl committee members and city representatives, Wednesday…

The Cumberland County High School Jet cheer team show off their awards after placing third in the TSSAA state championships at Middle Tennessee State University. CCHS competed in the Large division against 14 other programs.

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