Turpin named Sycamore’s next soccer coach

Tyler Turpin, the current coach of the Sycamore Middle Knights soccer team, has been named the Sycamore High School Lady War Eagles soccer coach.  Turpin graduated from Creek Wood in 2015, where he played all four years.   “I’m very excited for the opportunity,” Turpin said. “I’ve seen what the high school girls’ soccer program has done over the past […]

Denver vs. Miami is far from boring

This Denver vs. Miami series is only through one game so far with the Nuggets taking the first game 104-93.  There’s been some talk that this series would be “boring” or “dull” but I don’t believe that to be the case. Now, I also need to admit that I do think that Denver is immensely better and it will take […]

Harpeth to host wrestling camp this week

Harpeth wrestling coach Ricky Woods will host a ‘Harpeth Wrestling Building’ youth camp next week.  The camp will be held from June 5-8 from 8 a.m.-noon each day at the Harpeth Wrestling building and is open to students from kindergarten through eighth grade.  All wrestlers must have a current AAU Wrestler card, which can be obtained for $18 at Click on “Join AAU,” choose […]

Tennessee catfish kill remains a mystery

Larry Woody's Notebook

Biologists have yet to determine what recently killed hundreds of catfish on Chickamauga Lake. No other species were affected, and the dead fish were found in a relatively small area of the lake. That would suggest some sort of localized contamination, although it is puzzling why other species besides catfish were not killed. Catfish normally are a hardy species that […]

Each boating fatality is a personal tragedy

The press releases arrive almost routinely from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency: A young kayaker drowned on Percy Priest Lake. An elderly fisherman is missing after his boat capsized on Pickwick. A body is recovered from the Duck River. Last year, 27 such fatality reports were issued, approaching the grim state record of 31 set a few years ago. Already […]

Bear with me – trouble is bruin

Larry Woody's Woods & Waters

If you’ve ever almost tripped over a black bear on a dark night, you never forget it. I haven’t – along with numerous other encounters with bruins during years of camping in the Canadian wilderness. I was reminded of them awhile back when a discarded can of bear spray detonated in the Nashville airport, forcing evacuation of the concourse. It […]

Are boneless fish next on menu?

Larry Woody's Notebook

Chinese scientists have cultivated a boneless fish that could revolutionize the fish-market industry. Picking out bones has always been a drawback to eating whole-cooked fish, but that won’t be a problem when dining on China’s Crucian carp. The “intermuscular bones” surrounding the choice fillets have been genetically removed from the fish. The rest of the skeletal structure is intact. The […]

Early-season turkey season fears were unfounded

Spring season runs through May 28

When it was announced that this spring’s turkey season would start two weeks later than usual, a lot of hunters’ feathers were ruffled.

It’s back to the wilderness for ageless Connie Inman

When long-time fishing buddy Connie Inman said he intended to celebrate this month’s birthday in the Canadian wilderness, I had just one question:

Mt. Juliet youth fishing team named top program

Larry Woody's Notebook

The Mt. Juliet fishing team, comprised of area junior and senior high school anglers, has been named the Top School Program on the youth-fishing tournament trail for the 2022-23 season. In a recent North Central Trail tournament at Dale Hollow Lake, all of the team members weighed in fish, and two teams finished in the top six: Trevor Sanford and […]

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