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MTCS Hires Cross Country Coach

MTCS Hires Cross Country Coach

Middle Tennessee Christian School has announced Courtney Pragel as it's new Head Coach in Varsity Cross Country.

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Siegel & Stewarts Creek Fall in Spring Fling

Siegel & Stewarts Creek Fall in Spring Fling

The season for Siegel and Stewarts Creek baseball teams comes to a close with losses on Wednesday.

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Spring Fling: Stewarts Creek Baseball beats Arlington 2-1

Spring Fling: Stewarts Creek Baseball beats Arlington 2-1

Stewarts Creek won a pitchers dual with Arlington, claiming a 2-1 win in their opening game of the TSSAA Class AAA Baseball State Tournament.

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Rossview beats Siegel 13-3

Rossview beats Siegel 13-3

Rossview put up runs in every inning but the first and defeat Siegel 13-3 in the Stars opening game of the TSSAA Class AAA Baseball Tournament.

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Siegel & Stewarts Creek in AAA Baseball State Tournament

Siegel & Stewarts Creek in AAA Baseball State Tournament

The 2016 state champion and 2017 runner up in Class AAA baseball make a return in 2018 to the TSSAA Championships. Siegel battles Rossview Tuesday at 6:30pm at Siegel while Stewarts Creek takes on Arlington at 4pm from Oakland. We will have coverage of the games!

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Siegel & Creek Punch Tickets to Spring Fling; Eagles Eliminated

Siegel & Creek Punch Tickets to Spring Fling; Eagles Eliminated

The Siegel Stars punched their ticket to Spring Fling with a dominating 7-1 win over Cookeville Friday night. Stewarts Creek won 14-2 at Bradley Central. Eagleville lost a heartbreaker at South Pittsburg 3-2 on a walk-off double that scored three runs.

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Egbeniyi Punches Ticket to NCAA Championship

Egbeniyi, Abike

TAMPA, Fla. – Abike Egbeniyi punched her ticket to the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships during the second day of the Regional in the 800-meter event.
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Blue Raiders Conclude First Day of the NCAA East Regional

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TAMPA, Fla. – After the first day of the NCAA Outdoor East Regional, two Blue Raiders qualified for the NCAA quarterfinals on Friday, May 25.
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MT Soccer Announces Upcoming Camps

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What the NCAA Regional Appearance Means For MT Softball

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – It was a season full of fantastic memories for Middle Tennessee softball.
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Newcomb struggles in homecoming against Sox

Boston-area native Sean Newcomb lasted just three innings and then watched the bullpen falter, as the Braves suffered an 8-6 loss to the Red Sox on Saturday at Fenway Park.
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Gohara may be best utilized out of Braves' bullpen

The Braves have not decided how Luiz Gohara will be utilized when he returns from the bereavement list. But as the latter stages of Friday night's 6-2 loss to the Red Sox elapsed, there was further reason to believe the big southpaw might be best utilized as a reliever.
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Timely hits elude NL East-leading Braves in loss

As the first four games of this road trip have elapsed, the thrill of Sunday's improbable ninth-inning comeback has become a distant memory. The Braves have managed to keep their slim lead in the National League East race. But their bid to maintain this advantage will depend on how long their current offensive woes persist.
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Acuna, Markakis swap positions vs. Boston

Though he has experienced some recent offensive struggles, Ronald Acuna Jr. has spent the first month of his career establishing himself as one of baseball's most talented and exciting defenders. The 20-year-old phenom will spend this weekend being challenged by Fenway Park's spacious and non-symmetrical right field.
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