The top girls and boys basketball players in five classifications of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association were honored by being named the winners of the Mr. and Miss Basketball Awards. Eagleville's Riley McClaran was chosen the winner in Class A boys. Riverdale's Alasia Hayes was a finalist for Class AAA Miss Basketball.
Riverdale's Alasia Hayes and Eagleville's Ryley McClaran are finalists for Mr. and Miss Basketball. They were announced finalists Thursday by the TSSAA.
Eagleville principal Bill Tollett announced his retirement Monday (2-3-2020) at the end of the school year.
The Blackman girls and boys are ranked in the latest AAA poll while Eagleville boys are in the top ten in A.
Riverdale baseball wins two and Siegel softball a win away from the championship game.
Spring Fling HQ Show is a will air on WGNS during Spring Fling Tuesday, May 21st through Thursday, May 23rd. Plus, Bryan Barrett and Jon Dinkins will cover games of local baseball and softball teams competing for a state championship.
The Oakland and Eagleville boys basketball teams are state tournament bound, while bids for Blackman and Central Magnet fall short.
The TSSAA Board of Control denied two requests from Eagleville school, one which asked to be moved down to 1A in football.
Five Rutherford County football players were named Tennessee Titans Mr. Football semifinalists. The announcement was made Thursday by the TSSAA.
(MURFREESBORO) -- The National FFA Organization has announced that Kaitlin Taylor of Oakland High School and Matthew Roberson of Eagleville School were each selected as national finalists for the National FFA Proficiency Award.
Claiming the District 8-A baseball title with a win over Cascade not only gave the Eagleville Eagles a district championship, it automatically put them in the region finals.
Rutherford County Schools has suspended an elementary teacher at Eagleville School pending the outcome of a criminal investigation by the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office.
High winds that accompanied storms here in Rutherford County left some structural damage and is even the suspected cause of death of a Milton man.
School bells will ring this week first for Murfreesboro City students, then Rutherford County students.
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