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Rookie Makes a Long Shot!

Tigers battled hard but fell short. Tigers were down by 10 at halftime and charged back to by down by 5, but couldn’t close the gap all the way. Freshman Braydee Brooks, #24, made a cross-court shot at the end of the third quarter. He also lead with 22 total points followed by Senior Trent

It’s Raining 3’s

The Macon County Tigerettes came out Tuesday night and handled business. Watertown came out in a triangle and two trying to stop Sophomore Jalynn Gregory, #10, and Junior Keeley Carter, #24. Doing this opened up the others. Sophomore Abby Shoulders, #14, Junior Jamie Ashburn, #12, Junior McKaylee Mix, #42, and Junior Marah King, #40, came

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All Teams Schedule – Week of Jan. 21 – Jan. 27

Tuesday, January 22nd – Girls & Boys Basketball JV Boys – 4:00pm at Home vs. Watertown Varsity Girls – 6:00pm at Home vs. Watertown Varsity Boys – Following the girls’ game at Home vs. Watertown Friday, January 25th – Girls & Boys Basketball JV Boys – 4:00pm at Cannon County Varsity Girls – 6:00pm at Cannon County Varsity

Tigerettes’ Game Was a Hoot!

The Macon County Tigerettes took on the Smith county Lady Owls this past Friday night (1-18-19). The Tigerettes were up by one at the end of the first quarter with a score of 10-9. When the second quarter started, Sophomore Abby Shoulders, #14, got a steal and passed it to Junior Jamie Ashburn, #12. Allyssa

Tigers Say “Smith County, Who?”

Tigers jumped out to a 36-18 halftime lead thanks to efficient shooting and execution. After halftime, the Tigers continued the same trend and held off Smith County by a score of 61-46. Tigers were led by Senior Cameron Welch with 20 points and Seniors Trent Cook and Clay West who scored 10 points each. -Assistant

Tigerettes Get Stung (until we meet again)

The Macon County Tigerettes started the first quarter out strong with Sophomore Jalynn Gregory, #10, hitting two three-pointers and Junior Keeley Carter, #24, with a pair of free throws. The first quarter ended 8-4 with the Tigerettes up. In the second quarter, the girls struggled to get their shots to fall while the Lady Bees

Tigers Bugged Out

Unfortunately, the Macon County Tigers came up short. They looked good but couldn’t make the shots. The Tigers were only down one point at halftime, but they went on a big run in the second half. The game ended with a final score of 67-44. Trent cook lead with 19 total points, followed by Clay

All Teams Schedule – Week of Jan. 14 – Jan. 20

Tuesday, January 15th – Girls & Boys Basketball JV Boys  – 4:00pm at Upperman Varsity Girls – 6:00pm at Upperman Varsity Boys – Following the girls’ game at Upperman Friday, January 18th – Girls & Boys Basketball JV Boys  – 4:00pm at Smith County Varsity Girls – 6:00pm at Smith County Varsity Boys – Following the

Tigers Fall Short Against DeKalb County

The Tigers also played DeKalb County Friday Night. The Macon County Tigers were tied with DeKalb 8-8 at the end of the first quarter but, unfortunately, started falling behind at halftime. The Macon Tigers ended up falling just short of DeKalb at the end of the game, but pulled to within 10 points the last