Spring Fling 2023 results for Montgomery County track, field and tennis athletes

The 2023 Spring Fling has wrapped up for Montgomery County competitors. Here’s how the athletes representing the county fared in track, field and tennis: Field events Northeast’s Shaniya Davis started the day with the long jump. She placed 10th overall, jumping 35-1.50. Rossview’s Kristen DeSantis participated in the pole vault and finished in fourth place overall. She hit a 10-0 […]

Northeast’s tradition of track and field excellence gets them back to 15th-straight Spring Fling

Tradition is everything. And for the Northeast girls track and field squad, tradition is winning. See what we’re getting at? The Lady Eagles, under head coach Christina Webb, have made it to 15-straight Spring Flings, with this year being the most recent. Shaniya Davis placed 10th in the triple jump, and the girls 4×200 meter relay team – composed of […]

After taking a year off, Torri James returns to high jump dominance at mom’s request

What mom says, goes. But Torri James really, really did not want to get back into track and field this year. As a freshman, the Rossview Hawk placed silver in the state in high jump, scoring eight points on the 5-06 jump. It was her first season competing in any kind of field event, and it looked like it might […]

Clarksville loses two one-run games to finish state tournament run

Perhaps Clarksville used up its quota for runs in Tuesday’s 10-0 win. Or, perhaps, the Wildcats simply got unlucky on Wednesday – that’s how baseball goes. Head coach Brian Hetland described it as a “game of inches,” then reiterated that the “inches didn’t go their way.” With a 1-0 loss to Farragut and a subsequent 1-0 loss to the Stewarts […]

TSSAA baseball: Clarksville cruises past Stewarts Creek in run-rule fashion

One play can change a game. In the first round of the 2023 TSSAA 4A state baseball tournament, the Stewarts Creek Red Hawks threatened to score a first-inning run against the Clarksville Wildcats. JJ Odum hit a one-out double against Clarksville’s Christian Henderson, and up came Mr. Baseball winner Gage Hoover. He hit a shot to the right side of […]

Podcast: Previewing TSSAA Spring Fling 30 with Main Street Preps reporters from around the Midstate


It’s TSSAA Spring Fling week. Get ready for the state championship action with a combined preview show featuring Main Street Preps This Week hosts Tyler Palmateer and Russell Vannozzi along with special guest hosts Blaine Kellar, Brady McAtamney and Casey Patrick. The guys go over storylines to watch, make bold predictions and share their favorite memories from past Spring Fling […]

Clarksville-Montgomery County area Spring Fling participant schedule

With the annual Spring Fling event finally here, the Clarksville-area is well represented as teams and individuals hunt for state gold to cap off their season. Below is the schedule for the week for all the county representatives in Murfreesboro. Tuesday Clarksville baseball: 4 p.m., Siegel High School Wednesday If loss: Clarksville baseball, 10 a.m., Siegel High School If win: […]

Rossview’s season ends with sectional loss to Bartlett

Rossview’s goal just minutes into Saturday’s state sectional game was a sign that this year’s group of Hawks was different than the last. They were shut out, 5-0, in last year’s state qualifier by Houston. This time, they struck first against Bartlett and seemingly controlled the way the rest of the game was going to unfold. Unfortunately for them, the […]

Montgomery Central falls in state sectional

The Montgomery Central Lady Indians fell behind early in their state sectional loss on Friday night to McNairy Central, and the Lady Bobcats used a five-run sixth inning to blow the game open and win 10-0. Montgomery Central surrendered only six hits, but Austin Peay signee Payton Harris struggled to locate her pitches and walked seven batters. And though they […]

Clarksville baseball punches ticket to 4A state tournament

For the second time in three years, the Clarksville Wildcats are Murfressboro bound. After splitting the first two games of their best-of-three series against the Arlington Tigers, the Wildcats put Friday’s do-or-die game in the hands of junior pitcher Brady Davis. After surrendering three runs in the first inning, Davis shut the Tigers out in the final six. With ample […]

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