Macon County Boys Varsity Basketball

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Macon County Takes on Livingston and Clay

On Friday, January 10th, the Macon County Tigers and Tigerettes traveled to Livingston to play the Wildcats. During the first half, the Wildcats gained the lead over the MC Tigers with a halftime score of 30-19. The Tigers tried to regain that lead in the second half but fell short with a final score of

All Teams Schedule – Week of Dec. 9th – Dec. 15th

Tuesday, December 10th Girls Basketball (HOME) vs. Watertown High School @ 6:00 Boys Basketball (HOME) vs. Watertown High School @ 7:00   Friday, December 13th     Girls Basketball @ Cannon County High School @ 7:30 Boys Basketball @ Cannon County High School @ 8:30

Basketball Pink Out!

Come out tonight, Monday, November 25th to support the Macon County Tigers and Tigerettes in their first annual Pink Out game. Macon County will play against Westmoreland in a charity basketball game to raise money for cancer research and support. Tip off starts at 6:00 p.m.

Tigers Get Stung Again

Tigers fell behind early. At the end of the first quarter, tigers were trailing 8-18. They just couldn’t get caught up. At the half, tigers were still behind 19-35. The second half didn’t prove any better. Try as they might, the Macon County Tigers just couldn’t get ahead. The Tigers were led by Senior Trent

Tigers vs. Wildcats

Tigers played well and jumped out to a halftime lead, but Livingston surged ahead in the second half, thanks to great shooting in the third quarter. The Tigers weren’t able to keep up. Senior Cameron Welch lead the team with 17 total points scored. Senior Clay West with 15 total points and Senior Trent Cook

Tigers Take On the Lions!

Tigers came out strong in the first half and led by 1 at halftime. They struggled in the second half and couldn’t hold Cannon County off. Senior Cameron Welch led the team with 18 total points. Following him was Senior Trent Cook with 15 and Senior Clay West with 10 total points. Unfortunately, it was