Varsity girls basketball results, December 12
Pilot Grove 44 Stover 39
Varsity girls basketball results, December 10
Stover 46 Otterville 21
Finding his man
Jordan French watches cutters Friday, Dec. 6, at Stover as the Bulldogs defeat visiting Chilhowee 57-27. (photo by H.B. Dodds)
Bulldogs break through against Chilhowee
The Bulldogs got off to a better start in their second game of the season. Tuesday, Dec. 3, at home against Tuscumbia, Stover took a first quarter lead. Then Tuscumbia's Zane Humphries and Wyatt Ahart started to warm it up and the Lions overpowered their hosts in the second half, eventually claiming a 59-46 win. Humphries poured in 25 points as Ahart added 13.
Alex Haag follows through a freethrow Friday, Dec. 6, at Stover. Chilhowee edged Stover 18-12 in a two-quarter JV scrimmage. (photo by H.B. Dodds)
Carley Nolting goes hard to the basket Friday, Dec. 6, at Stover. She drew a foul worth two freethrows and, along with the rest of the Lady Bulldogs, attacked Chilhowee very well throughout the game, winning 52-12. (photo by H.B. Dodds)
Stover girls lose at Tuscumbia, win at home over Chilhowee
“They are for real,” said Head Coach Ernie Haag after his Stover High School Lady Bulldogs absorbed a 69-41 loss Monday, Dec. 2, at Tuscumbia. “Tuscumbia had scored 95 and 89 points in their first two games, so they are extremely explosive.” Haag apparently took little solace in holding the Lady Lions 23 points below their average.
Varsity boys basketball results, December 9
Stover 46 Otterville 41
About the winter sports schedules
When referring to these schedules, please keep in mind that any cancellations, postponements, or other changes caused by weather or other events will probably not be reflected. Always check the This Week in Sports column as an event approaches. Any variations will more likely be displayed there.
Firearms deer season
and rules announced
The regular firearms deer season is set to begin Saturday Nov. 16, and will extend through Tuesday, Nov. 26. An antlerless season extends from Nov. 27 to Dec. 8. An alternative-methods portion is slated Dec. 21-31.