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High School Basketball
Vince / Steve Saturday February 17, 2018

The Jets are District Tourney Champs! The Cumberland County High School Jets posted a 63-44 win over the Grundy County Yellow Jackets in the District 7AA Championship game Saturday night at Bledsoe County High School. CCHS, the District's regular season champs and the tourney's top seed, improves to 21 and 7 on the season and the Jets have now won 13 games in a row. Cumberland County's Josh Dykes, Lee Hale and Ryan Graham were named All-Tournament and Silas Clark was the Tournament MVP. Both the CCHS Jets and Lady Jets will host first round Region Tournament games; with the Lady Jets taking the court on Friday and the Jets returning to action on Saturday. Cumberland County postseason action airs live on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

The SMHS Panthers and Lady Panthers saw their first action in the District 6AAA Tournament Saturday at Rhea County and both teams posted wins. In double-overtime the Panthers outlasted the Warren County Pioneers 63-54 and the Lady Panthers rolled to a 64-28 win over the Lady Pioneers from Warren County. The Lady Panthers will play in the District Championship game Monday night at 7:00 and will take on the host team from Rhea County. The Panthers take the court Tuesday at 7:00 in the Boys Championship and will meet White County. The Warriors knocked off top-seeded Cookeville on Saturday. Mix 99.3 is your home for live coverage of SMHS Sports.


High School Basketball
Saturday February 17, 2018

The CCHS Lady Jets claimed the crown as the District 7AA Tournament Champions with a 54-43 win over the host team, the Lady Warriors of Bledsoe County Friday night. After the Lady Warriors erased an 11 point Lady Jet lead and tied the game at 41, the Lady Jets ended the game on a 13 to 2 run to improve to 26 and 2 this season and add the District Tournament title to their regular season District championship. Cumberland County's Jessica Hedgecoth, Kiara Wilson and Addison Wilson were named All-Tournament and Gracee Dishman was selected as the Tournament's MVP. The Lady Jets will host a first round Region 4AA Tournament game.
Saturday (2/17) the Cumberland County High School Jets will play the Yellow Jackets from Grundy County in Championship game of the District 7AA Tournament at Bledsoe County High School. The Jets won the regular season crown and are the top-seed in the tourney. Grundy County is the second seed. The game is scheduled to tip at 7:30 following the consolation game between Marion County and Sequatchie County. All CCHS postseason basketball airs live on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

The District 6AAA Tournament is underway at Rhea County High School. Saturday (2/17) it's the semifinals and both SMHS teams will take the court for the first time in the tourney. At 3:30 the Panthers take on the Pioneers of Warren County and at 5:00 the Lady Panthers, the tourney's top-seed, will take on the Lady Pioneers a winner over Cookeville on Friday. Monday the girls consolation and championship games will be played and Tuesday it's the boys consolation and championship games. Mix 99.3 is your home for all SMHS postseason basketball action.


Tennessee Reconnect is Ready for Applications for Tuition-Free Schooling
tn.gov/Darcy Klein Friday February 16, 2018

Through the Tennessee Reconnect, adults can now apply to enroll tuition-free at most community or technical colleges. Similar to the Tennessee Promise, Tennessee Reconnect allows high school graduates an opportunity to go to college tuition-free for two years. The difference between the two is that Tennessee Reconnect is for adults who have not received any sort of associates or bachelor's degree. According to tn.gov, Bill Haslam is hoping to "increase the number of Tennesseans with a postsecondary degree or certificate to 55 percent by 2025". To apply for Tennessee Reconnect you have to follow 4 steps: complete the application at TNReconnect.gov, apply to a local community college or eligible Tennessee Reconnect institution, file for FAFSA, and enroll in a degree or certificate program at least part-time. These programs have made Tennessee the first state in America to offer all high school graduates and adults the chance to go back to school tuition-free to earn a postsecondary degree or a certificate.


High School Basketball
Vince / Steve Friday February 16, 2018

The Cumberland County High School Jets trailed late in their District 7AA Tournament semifinal match-up with Marion County, but rallied to post a 66-62 victory over the Warriors. The win moves the Jets, the regular season District champs and the top seed in the tournament, into the Championship game Saturday night at 7:30 at Bledsoe County High School. CCHS has now won 12 games in a row and improves to 20 and 7 this season.
Friday the 25 and 2 Cumberland County High School Lady Jets will take on the host team, the Bledsoe County Lady Warriors, in the girl's Championship game. The tip is set for 7:30 and all CCHS postseason action airs live on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

Saturday the Stone Memorial High School teams will see their first action in the District 6AAA Tournament at Rhea County High School. The Panthers are scheduled to play Warren County at 3:30 and the Lady Panthers will take the court at 5:00 against the winner of Friday's Warren County vs. Cookeville game. Your home for SMHS Panther and Lady Panther basketball is Mix 99.3.


Free Flu Shot Friday At Cumb. Co. Health Dept.
Christy Brawner, RN/Nursing Supervisor,Cumb. Co. Health Dept. Friday February 16, 2018

The Cumberland County Health Department is offering free, fast-track flu vaccines this Friday, February 16, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 1 pm. The current flu season is expected to be active for several more weeks and it is not too late to get your flu shot. Vaccination is still the best protection we have against this serious and deadly illness. The Tennessee Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone aged six months and older.



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