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Region Show February 23rd

The Prentice Alsup Heating and Air Coaches Corner and MTCS Cougar Corner talk with girls and boys coaches playing in the region.

See where we'll be broadcasting prep basketball!

Check out the schedule of games we plan to broadcast. You can tune in each game night at 5:45pm pregame, 6pm tipoff on FM 100.5, 101.9, AM 1450 and STREAMING at WGNSRadio.com, on our phone apps (free in your phone's app store...


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Wednesday 2-20-19 Sports Update

Wednesday 2-20-19 Sports Update

Bryan Barrett wraps up the 7AAA boys district tournament basketball games and the broadcast schedule for Region 4AAA.

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Prep Tournament Brackets

Prep Tournament Brackets

District tournament brackets have been updated along with region tournament brackets added.

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2018-2019 All Rutherford County Middle School Basketball Team Announced

2018-2019 All Rutherford County Middle School Basketball Team Announced

NewsRadio WGNS Primetime Sports and Winners' Trophies are once again proud to honor the best Rutherford County Middle School basketball athletes.

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Stewarts Creek High School Names Bert Browne Head Football Coach

Stewarts Creek High School Names Bert Browne Head Football Coach

Stewarts Creek High School announces the selection of Bert Browne as the next head football coach for the Red Hawks. Browne, a former Tennessee Tech standout quarterback, brings over 27 years coaching experience at both the high school and collegiate levels in Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, and most recently Georgia.

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Stewarts Creek Only Football Coach Steps Down

Stewarts Creek Only Football Coach Steps Down

The first and only football coach at Stewarts Creek High School is stepping down. David Martin has announced his retirement after leading the program for the first six-years in school history.

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Siegel Softball Chili Supper & Silent Auction

Siegel Softball Chili Supper & Silent Auction

Siegel High School softball invites you to their chili supper and silent auction. It's coming up on Friday, December 14th at 6pm in the school's cafeteria. Among the auction items are a signed items from Marcus Mariota, Sonny Gray and David Price.

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Byrd claims first title in Puerto Rico

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RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico – Senior men's golfer Marcus Byrd gave the Blue Raiders back-to-back individual co-medalists on Tuesday as his 6-under par performance landed him in a three-way tie for first to follow teammate Cooper Sears' co-medalist performance last week in Utah.
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Hayes and MTSU Track and Field Program Honored in New Library Exhibit

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Very few people on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University have been as instrumental to the growth of the institution like track and field head coach Dean Hayes. Now in his 54th season, Hayes' legacy as well as that of the Blue Raider track program is being featured in the exhibit A Lasting Legacy at Home and Abroad on the first floor of MTSU's James E. Walker Library.
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Blue Raider Men Win C-USA Title; Women Place Third

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Middle Tennessee's men captured their second Conference USA Indoor Track and Field title in three years on Sunday. Head Coach Dean Hayes was named the C-USA Men's Coach of the Year and Jacob Choge had the highest individual point total of many male athlete. The Blue Raiders finished with 143 points, 32 points more than second place Charlotte. The women finished in third place, just 13.5 points shy of first place UTEP.
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Keenan Named C-USA Pitcher of the Week

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – Sophomore right-hander Zach Keenan has been named the C-USA Pitcher of the Week for his dominating start versus Bowling Green in the season opener.
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ATL Homepage News

Newcomb's value depends highly on '19 growth

Sean Newcomb entered last June as an All-Star candidate and exited the regular season wondering if he had done enough to earn a spot on Atlanta's postseason roster. The inconsistent nature of his first full Major League season enhances the difficulty of projecting how valuable he might be to the Braves from both an immediate and long-term perspective.
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Markakis enjoys reaping rewards of dedication

Braves manager Brian Snitker joked that he could almost detect a smile as he shared a phone conversation with Nick Markakis after the stoic outfielder re-signed with the club in January. Snitker and others actually saw that smile on Tuesday morning, when Markakis reported to Spring Training to begin his fifth season with the Braves and attempt to push the club past the rebuild he positively enriched through his leadership.
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After grief and injury, Gohara sets the bar high

Having seen what Luiz Gohara had done upon his introduction to the big leagues the previous September, Freddie Freeman told Alex Anthopoulos the big left-hander might immediately became an All-Star. Instead, it became a year of awakening for the young hurler, who remains fueled by last year's disappointments.
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Inciarte's key to success in 2019? Consistency

It could be argued that Ender Inciarte stands as the X-factor in regard to the Braves' bid to defend last year's National League East crown and experience a successful postseason.
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