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The Stone Memorial Panthers got back on the right side of the win column Monday night as they hosted and defeated the Farragut Admirals 60-46, stopping a two-game losing skid.

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A strong offensive performance was what coach Mike Buck’s Stone Memorial Lady Panthers needed Monday night. That’s exactly what they got as they defeated the Farragut Lady Admirals 69-53 with four Lady Panthers hitting double figures in scoring.

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A strong offensive performance was what coach Mike Buck’s Stone Memorial Lady Panthers needed Monday night. That’s exactly what they got as they defeated the Farragut Lady Admirals 69-53 with four Lady Panthers hitting double figures in scoring.

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There’s no better way to begin district competition than a blowout victory, and the Cumberland County Lady Jets did just that on Friday as they traveled to and defeated Bledsoe County 90-56.

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Three Lady Panthers hit double figures Friday night as Stone Memorial was able to take down Webb School of Knoxville on the road by a score of 43-37. SMHS completed the season sweep of the Lady Spartans as they defeated them 59-39 on Nov. 30.

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The Stone Memorial Panthers came up empty handed in their trip to Knoxville Friday as they were defeated by the Webb School of Knoxville Spartans 66-41.

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Cumberland County High School senior Hogan Herring (seated center) recently signed a golf scholarship with Walters State Community College in Morristown. Herring was a standout on the CCHS golf team. Herring is pictured with his parents Kimberly and Randy along with sister Jordan.

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Tuesday night the Cumberland County High School Lady Jets played a basketball game in front of their home crowd for the first time this season, where they defeated the Rhea County Golden Eagles 63-56.

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The Coordinated School Health Team at Stone Memorial High School hosted their seventh annual Panther Dash on Saturday, Nov. 10. The event featured a 5K race and a 1-mile fun run/walk for all ages. There were over 40 participants ranging in age from 8 to 71.

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The Webb School of Knoxville Spartans used a third-quarter comeback and a buzzer-beating three pointer to defeat the Stone Memorial Panthers 63-60 on Friday night at SMHS, giving the Panthers their first loss of the season.

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Friday night the Stone Memorial Lady Panthers basketball team got in the win column with a convincing 59-39 victory against the defending Division II-A state champion Webb School of Knoxville Lady Spartans.

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The early stretch of Stone Memorial’s basketball schedule is viewed as one of the toughest in the state of Tennessee. However, that hasn’t stopped the Panthers from starting out 4-0 after an overtime 62-53 victory at Bradley Central on Tuesday.

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Cumberland County High School’s second trip to Fentress County ended like the first as the Clarkrange Buffalos were able to defeat the Jets 49-40 in non-district basketball action.

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A loaded schedule got no easier Tuesday night as the Stone Memorial Lady Panthers traveled to Bradley Central and were defeated by the Bears 65-55. Tessa Miller and Emma Capps each scored 15 points to lead SMHS in scoring.

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The hometown crowd at Stone Memorial High School was treated to a key early-season victory on the hardwood Tuesday night as the Panthers defeated the visiting Riverdale Warriors 52-46 in boys Class AAA action.

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Few girls basketball teams can say they’ve defeated the Riverdale Lady Warriors in the past four seasons. Since 2015-’16, the Lady Warriors are 104-5 with three Class AAA state championships in their trophy case. Tuesday night, Riverdale visited Stone Memorial and left with an 83-52 victory …

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The Cumberland County High School Lady Jets hit the road Tuesday as they traveled to York and defeated the Lady Dragons in dominating fashion, 72-38.

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Cumberland County High School senior golfer Kelsee Neely, seated, recently signed a golf scholarship with Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate. Neely is pictured with family members during her signing ceremony in the CCHS library.

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Cumberland County High School senior Gracee Dishman recently signed a basketball scholarship with Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, TN.

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The Cumberland County High School cheer squad recently placed second in the TSSAA state cheer competition at the Murphy Center in Murfreesboro. Their efforts qualified them for the high school national competition in 2019.

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“Night and day difference” was the phrase used by Cumberland County Lady Jet basketball coach Radhika Miller to describe her team’s performance Saturday at Cleveland High School in their two Hall of Fame games. The Lady Jets opened the day with a 59-53 loss to Maryville before defeating Clev…

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It certainly wasn’t the season opener that coach Mike Buck and the Stone Memorial Lady Panthers basketball team had hoped for Friday night as the Lady Panthers fell to Macon County 67-52.

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A hostile environment didn’t phase the Stone Memorial High School Panthers Friday night as they  defeated Macon County 70-52. This victory follows the season-opening 72-33 blowout victory at Smith County on Tuesday.

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The Cumberland County High School Lady Jets took the court for the first time this season Tuesday and left Kingston with a 77-50 victory against the Lady Jackets led by 40 points from standout senior point guard Gracee Dishman.

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A fourth quarter rally wasn’t enough for the Cumberland County Jets Tuesday night at Kingston as the Yellow Jackets were able to hold off CCHS by a score of 84-78 in the Jets’ season opener.

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The sixth annual Reindeer Run 5K will take place Saturday, Dec. 8, beginning at 8 a.m. The run will begin at the TAD Center, 261 Yvonne Ave, Crossville. The course will run through downtown Crossville and end back at the TAD Center.

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Pictured above are members and coaches of the 2018-’19 Stone Memorial High School basketball team. The Panthers come into the season as the defending District 6AAA champions and return all five starters from last season.

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Pictured above are members and coaches of the Stone Memorial High School Lady Panthers basketball team. The Lady Panthers enter the season as the defending District 6AAA champions and bring back four starters from a season ago.

The Lake Tansi Ladies Golf Association recently wrapped up their 2018 golf season with their year-end tournament followed by a wonderful awards luncheon at the Thunderbird Recreational Center. The ladies enjoyed a two-day tournament in which three flights were awarded prizes.

Elks Lodge 2751 will be holding their annual Hoop Shoot fundraiser Friday, Nov. 16, from 4 until 7 p.m. at 1145 Genesis Rd. Pork tenderloin, sides, drinks and dessert will be served for $8 with all proceeds going to the Hoop Shoot program. The program purchases shirts, plaques and physical e…

Elks Lodge 2751 will be holding their annual Hoop Shoot fundraiser Friday, Nov. 16, from 4 until 7 p.m. at 1145 Genesis Rd. Pork tenderloin, sides, drinks and dessert will be served for $8 with all proceeds going to the Hoop Shoot program. The program purchases shirts, plaques and physical e…

Another exciting season of basketball is here as Cumberland County High School and Stone Memorial High School prepare to tipoff their 2018-’19 campaigns. For 22 years, high school basketball in Cumberland County has teamed up with the Crossville Lions Club in a project called Shoot For Sight…

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The annual IIKA youth martial arts tournament was recently held at at Stone Memorial High School. Representing Crossville were the following: Nolan Young (first in kata and second in fighting), Carsen Ayers, Jonathon Carmona, Yair Carmona, McKenzie Jackson (third in fighting), Abbigail Rober…

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A fourth-quarter comeback wasn’t enough for the Stone Memorial Panthers on the football field Friday night as the visiting Marshall County Tigers were able to escape with a 30-29 overtime victory in round one of the Class 4A playoffs.

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November brings playoff football in the state of Tennessee as this Friday 32 teams in Class 4A will begin their postseason run for the gold ball this Friday. In Crossville, the No. 9 Stone Memorial Panthers (9-1, 4-0) will host the Marshall County Tigers (4-6, 2-3) with kickoff scheduled at 7 p.m.

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Michael England, with a time of 54:16, and Maggie Bernabie, with a time of 59:35, were the top male and female finishers at the first ever Crossville Rotary Club “Loop the Lake” fall runs held on Saturday, Oct. 6, at Lake Tansi Village. The runs served as a fund raiser for the Crossville Rot…

Stone Memorial High School basketball will host its annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Saturday, Dec. 1. Team entry fee is $50. Sign ups are Nov. 4 and Nov. 11 from 1-3 p.m. at the Stone Memorial High School gym.

The upcoming CCHS Meet the Jets and “Fall Back Play-Day” will be held Saturday, Nov. 3, in the CCHS gymnasium. This event allows the community to celebrate the upcoming 2018-’19 Jets and Lady Jets basketball season, recognize CCHS alumni, cheerleaders, and get a preview of the Cumberland Cou…

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It is that time of year again as the Cumberland County High School baseball team is set to host its annual chili supper and benefit auction this Saturday, Nov. 3, at 5:30 p.m. in the CCHS cafeteria. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at the door for only $20 per family. All proceed…

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The Cumberland County High School Jet cheer team recently traveled to Brentwood High School to compete against more than 80 cheer teams in the regional cheer competition. CCHS repeated their previous year’s result, winning the championship for the third consecutive time and earning an invita…

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Cumberland County High School football coach Ken Johnson has formally resigned from his position as head coach of the Jets effective immediately.

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The 2018 football season has come to a close for Cumberland County High School as the Jets were defeated 42-0 at DeKalb County on Friday. DCHS clinched a playoff berth with the victory to give the Jets a 1-9 record for the year.

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