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The Stone Memorial Lady Panthers crossed off the goal of a second consecutive District 6AAA championship on Monday as they defeated Cookeville 58-50 at Stone Memorial. Tessa Miller, Alex Eldridge and Emma Capps led the way in the hard-fought battle with the Lady Cavs.

Sequatchie County was able to keep it close for about five minutes in the first quarter before the Cumberland County Lady Jets took over and ran away with a 71-36 victory in the District 7AA tournament semifinals.

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Stone Memorial standout athlete Faith Robinette recently signed a track and field scholarship with Tennessee Wesleyan. Robinette is seated with Anna Bryant, Fred Summers, Susan Nelson and Kaylee Davidson. Standing are Shelly Bussey, Sarah Ramsey, Kay Hill, Mike Hill and Lance Kennedy.

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Cumberland County High School and Stone Memorial High School had a combined 16 players recognized in their respective district's all-district basketball teams. All four high school coaches were recognized as district coaches of the year. Awards were voted on by the coaches in each district. …

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The Cumberland County High School Jet cheer squad recently competed in the National High School Cheerleading Championship in Orlando, Fl, and placed sixth overall in their division. 953 teams from across the United States competed in the competition including CCHS.

Decorated Stone Memorial athlete Payt Bussey recently signed a track and field/cross country scholarship with Tennessee Wesleyan in Athens, TN.

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A dominant run through Cumberland County elementary basketball was capped off with a county championship Thursday night as the Homestead Lady Bulldogs defeated the South Cumberland Lady Rebels 60-28 at Stone Memorial High School.

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Thursday’s Cumberland County Elementary boys basketball championship game saw the No. 1-seeded North Cumberland Elementary Patriots hold off a strong fight by the Homestead Bulldogs to win 40-25 and claim the county championship trophy.

Tuesday’s matchup of cross-town rivals saw the visiting Stone Memorial Panthers use strong defense to defeat the Cumberland County Jets 57-31 in front of a packed gymnasium at CCHS.

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The Stone Memorial Lady Panthers picked up perhaps their biggest win of the season on Tuesday, and they did it in dominating fashion by defeating the Class AA No. 4 Cumberland County Lady Jets 75-55 on CCHS’ home court.

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The Cumberland County elementary girls’ basketball tournament championship game will feature the top of the pack as No. 1 Homestead will play No. 2 South Cumberland this Thursday at Stone Memorial High School. South Cumberland survived a scare from North Cumberland while Homestead took care …

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Thursday’s Cumberland County elementary basketball boys’ championship game is set: No. 1 seed North Cumberland will face off against No. 3 Homestead at Stone Memorial High School. Homestead needed overtime to defeat No. 2  South Cumberland 34-29 while North Cumberland dominated Pleasant Hill 62-22.

A perfect run through regular-season District 7AA play was completed Friday night as the Cumberland County Lady Jets dominated Marion County 73-14 behind 33 points by Gracee Dishman. The Lady Jets finished 8-0 in regular season district play for the second consecutive season.

Golfers teed off at the Heatherhurst Golf Course for a nine-hole scramble hosted by Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity on Saturday, Jan. 26, for the Chili Open Golf tournament. The tournament was a success due to the collective efforts of Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity sponsors, …

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Underclassmen contributions have been a key for the Cumberland County Jets’ success in district play this season, but none have been as big as Kole Torres’ prolific scoring performance on Tuesday night as the freshman guard hit seven three-pointers on his way to 24 total points in a 73-44 ro…

Two games in 24 hours was no trouble for head coach Neil Capps’ Stone Memorial Panthers as they defeated Rhea County 65-33 on Thursday and White County 55-39 on Friday.

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The second game in 24 hours for the Stone Memorial Lady Panthers was anything but dull, as SMHS defeated the No. 10-ranked White County 81-74 for a crucial District 6AAA victory on Friday. Stone Memorial defeated Rhea County 54-49 Thursday. Junior Emma Capps led the charge with 33 points for…

Stone Memorial scorekeeper Larry Doster recently received the George L. Hunter Distinguished Service Award. Doster attended the East Tennessee Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame spring awards event and spoke alongside Knoxville and Tennessee sports greats, i…

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After a down-to-the-wire girls game, the boys’ contest couldn’t be any different as the Stone Memorial Panthers dominated the entire 32 minutes on their way to a 65-33 win against Rhea County.

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The annual Cumberland County Elementary boys and girls basketball tournament quarterfinals are set to take place this Saturday at Stone Memorial High School. The tournament will conclude on Thursday, Feb 7, with both championship games taking place at SMHS.

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The 2019 Fairfield Glade/Tellico Village Pickleball Challenge will be held Friday, Feb. 15, in Fairfield Glade. This challenge is a social event and a friendly competition between the two communities, providing a great opportunity to get to know other players.

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Standout Stone Memorial athlete Susan Nelson recently signed a track and field scholarship with Carson-Newman University. Nelson plans on studying exercise and health science while at Carson-Newman.

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Stone Memorial wasted no time putting away the Warren County Lady Pioneers Friday as they won 51-32. Alex Eldridge scored 12 points, all in the first half, to lead Stone Memorial in scoring. Emma Capps had 11 points as well.

Saturday’s contest at Class A No. 3 Clarkrange High School was not as successful as the first matchup for the Stone Memorial Lady Panthers as the Lady Buffalos won 46-35.

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The Stone Memorial High School Panther wrestling team won four matches last week to win the district title and propel Coach Brian Parker to his 200th win as head coach. Coach Parker also had over 200 wins as assistant coach at CCHS before taking the position at SMHS in 2006

The Stone Memorial Panthers’ toughest opponent this season may be the injury bug. After losing Zach Street earlier in the season, SMHS was without Zach Boyd and Kaleb McCoy for Friday’s District 6AAA matchup against Warren County, a game that the Panthers won 47-42.

Stone Memorial senior forward Justin Headrick scored his 1,000th career point Saturday at Clarkrange in the first quarter against the Buffalos.

Friday night was business as usual for the Cumberland County Lady Jets as they defeated Sequatchie County 79-38 in District 7AA action. Three Lady Jets hit double figures scoring as Gracee Dishman had 30, Addy Wilson had 16 and Jessica Hedgecoth scored 15.

A hostile road environment was no trouble for the Stone Memorial Panthers on Saturday as they won at Clarkrange 81-53. Five Panthers scored in double-figures in the victory.

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Saturday’s showdown between two of the top girls basketball programs in Tennessee was all Cumberland County, as the Class AA No. 4-ranked Lady Jets traveled to Class AAA No. 10 White County and won 67-49. Lady Jet senior Gracee Dishman put up 38 points to lead CCHS.

Tryouts for the 2019 middle school Jets baseball team are set for Thursday, Jan. 31, from  6 to 8 p.m. in the Cumberland County High School gym. Tryouts are open to any student in sixth through eighth grades currently attending Brown, Martin, Pleasant Hill and South Cumberland elementary schools.

The ultimate dodgeball experience is coming to Crossville on Saturday, Jan. 26. Crossville's first MidTown Throwdown Dodgeball Tournament will take place to raise funds for Cumberland County High School baseball. In the middle of a gloomy winter, people are encouraged to gather their closest…

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s winter trout stocking program has resumed as the new year begins and will continue at selected locations through the middle portion of March. The 2018-19 program began in December.  

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A second-consecutive regular season District 7AA championship didn’t come easy for the Cumberland County Jets on Tuesday, as they overcame a 16-point deficit at Marion County to win 68-61. The win secures the Jets’ position as the number-one seed in the District 7AA tournament in February.

Tuesday’s District 7AA contest at Marion County was no trouble for the No. 4 Cumberland County Lady Jets as they defeated the Lady Warriors 53-6. Senior guard Gracee Dishman scored 25 points for CCHS in the victory.

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