Area Sports

Jackets Take Pair of Wins Over Lions

BY JASMINE WILLIAMS jasmine@dresdenenterprise.com DRESDEN (January 8) – The Dresden High School Lions hosted the Greenfield Yellowjackets for a district game Friday, January 8, where the Jackets claimed a pair of wins over Dresden. The Lady Jackets were able to set the tone for the evening with a strong defense, preventing Dresden from making many…

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Bulldogs Win District Games Over Jackets

BY JASMINE WILLIAMS jasmine@dresdenenterprise.com GLEASON (January 5) – The Gleason Bulldogs hosted the Greenfield Yellowjackets for an in-county district game where the Bulldogs came out victorious in both games. Starting with the girls’ game, Gleason got the ball tipoff, but Greenfield was able to get on the board first with Anastyn Viyicie making a two-point…

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Lady Chargers Breeze through Lion’s Club Tournament

BY JASMINE WILLIAMS jasmine@dresdenenterprise.com MARTIN (December 28) – The 56th Annual Lion’s Club Tournament did occur, despite many changes compared to previous years. This year, much of the fan attendance was limited and the boys’ teams played in the Martin Middle School gym instead of at Westview High School. These changes did not prevent the…

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Lady Bulldogs Claim Third in Tournament

              BY JASMINE WILLIAMS jasmine@dresdenenterprise.com MARTIN (December 28) – The Gleason High School Lady Bulldogs had a good finish in the 56th Annual Lion’s Club Christmas Tournament, bringing home third place. The tournament began against Halls with the Lady Bulldogs picking up a big win by a score of…

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Westview Falls to Bolivar – Finishes Fourth

                    BY JASMINE WILLIAMS jasmine@dresdenenterprise.com MARTIN (December 28) – The 56th Annual Lion’s Club Tournament was very different for the Westview Chargers. All boys’ teams played in the Martin Middle School gym instead of at Westview High School. Westview finished fourth overall in the Lion’s Club…

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Local Players Named to TCFA All-State Team

TENNESSEE (January 3) – The Tennessee Football Coaches Association has announced its picks for the All-State Football Team for 2020 with local players chosen for the designation. Chosen as defensive players for the Division 1 Class 1A All-State Team were Kaih Reynolds of Greenfield as a linebacker and Logan Taylor of Dresden as ATH. Chosen…

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The Enterprise’s Top 10 Sports Stories of 2020

BY JASMINE WILLIAMS jasmine@dresdenenterprise.com WEAKLEY COUNTY (December 30) – As 2020 comes to a close, many are looking back to reflect on the different accomplishments of the year. In the sports world, 2020 was a very difficult year, full of cancellations, postponements and uncertainty around every corner. However, the fighting spirit of athletes did not…

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Westview’s JT Carver Signs with Tennessee Vols

FUTURE VOL STAR — Westview High School kicker JT Carver (center) officially signed on to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville roster Wednesday afternoon at Westview Wednesday afternoon with his parents, Keith and Hollianne Carver. The kicker is ranked 14th nationally among high school kickers. His career stats include 116 touchbacks; 195 career points; 147…

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Martin Middle Charges Past Bulldogs for Championship Win

BY JASMINE WILLIAMS jasmine@dresdenenterprise.com MARTIN (December 10) – The boys’ championship game for the Weakley County Middle School Basketball Tournament had Martin Middle School hosting Gleason Jr. High. The Chargers were looking for the boys to win the championship after its girls won over Greenfield last Monday night. Martin was able to take the win…

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Carver Commits to Tennessee; Charger Kicker to Sign Wednesday

BY JIM STEELE Pressbox1@gmail.com MARTIN (December 14) – Martin-Westview kicker JT Carver announced Monday he will sign with The University of Tennessee Wednesday afternoon (today) at Westview High School. He will be part of the NCAA early-signing period, which begins today. He scored 191 points in his four-year career with the Chargers and was rated…

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