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Softball Kicks Off Season

Nothing says a start to a good season like putting 12 high school girls in a locked softball complex with sugar and caffeine! Well I did it, survived it, and had a blast! The softball team kicked off their season by having a “Beast Mode Sleepover” the night before our first official practice day. We

Softball Apparel Has Arrived

The apparel sale held by the MCHS softball team was proven to be a great success! The items were delivered, checked, sorted, folded, bagged or boxed, and given to all players yesterday, February 24th. They players will be delivering the items on their orders over the next few days. All of the apparel turned out

Steak Sandwich Sale a Sucess

The softball team successfully concluded their steak sandwich sale on Friday, February 19th and would like to thank each and every fan, teacher, student, and supporter who purchased a meal. We hope that it was tasty! A special thanks goes out to Tim Case for allowing the teams to use his business as our kitchen

MC Tiger Club Annual Ham Breakfast March 5

The Macon County Tiger Club will host their annual Ham Breakfast on Saturday, March 5 at Lafayette Elementary School from 6-11 am. Tickets are $8 each and may be purchased from any MCHS football player. Breakfast includes country ham, sausage, eggs, white or chocolate gravy, and biscuits. Juice, milk, and coffee will also be available. Lafayette Broadcasting

Girls Tennis District Preview – Watertown

     This year marks Watertown’s 2nd year with a tennis team.  The Watertown Purple Tigers return all 6 players from last year’s team, though for most of them this is their second year in the sport.  The Purple Tigers lineup last year was Addi Simpkins, Megan Illenburg, Ashley Cole, Mikayla Scales, Saylon Potts, and

Girls Tennis District Preview – Merrol Hyde Magnet

     Merrol Hyde Magnet School of Hendersonville graduated their #2 player Mary Welch, who has beaten the Tigerettes many times over the years.  Merrol Hyde’s top player, Lauren Heinrich, missed most of last season with a broken wrist after winning the district tournament in her sophomore year.  She remains one of the more complete players

Girls Tennis District Preview – Cannon County

       Cannon County graduates four of five starters last year and will be rebuilding this upcoming season. The returning starter, senior Autumn King, was a starter on the girls basketball team and a very athletic player. The only other returning player for the Lady Lions is junior Leah Hyatt.  The Tigerettes hope to gain

Girls Tennis District Preview – Central Magnet

     Defending district champion Central Magnet is projected as one of the top district teams.  The Central Lady Tigers are led by Laurel Tipps, Sally Smith, and Megan Scott. The team is rounded off with Emily Oppmann and Mamie Sevier.      Last season, Laurel Tipps defeated Macon’s #1 Rosselle Dorero by a score of

Tennis District Preview – Goodpasture

     Goodpasture returns four starters from last year’s exceptional team. Number 1 player Lou Phillips returns for her senior season. Number 2 Kylie Scruggs graduated, so Number 3 player junior Sarah Albright is projected to play at Number 2. Seniors Jennifer Rochelle and Tatum Fox are projected to move into the third and fourth spot

Preview of Macon County Girls Tennis

       Macon County returns all but two players from last year. Last year’s top player, Rosselle Dorero, currently plays at the #2 position for Bethel College, alongside her former Macon County teammate Tori West, who is the top player at Bethel. The Tigerettes’ 5th player, Casey Martin, had leg surgery over the summer and