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Wednesday, July 23, 2014
DHS holds third annual 7-on-7 tourney (07/17/14)
Nearly 30 teams from Tennessee and surrounding states put on their helmets and took to the gridiron at Dyersburg High School Tuesday in the third annual 7-on-7 tournament and lineman challenge. Scores are kept for each scrimmage, but according to Dyersburg head coach Bart Stowe, the teams are focused on just preparing for the upcoming football season rather than winning or losing...
Dixie Boys headed to World Series (07/17/14)
The 14-year-old Dyersburg all-stars won the Dixie Youth League Baseball state tournament on Tuesday afternoon, with a 10-0 shutout over runner-up Ashland City. They say in baseball that you have to have great pitching and defense to win championships, and that's just what Dyersburg head coach Doug Smith got from his squad...
13-year-olds end tourney run; 14-year-olds still alive (07/15/14)
The 13-year-old Dyersburg all-stars finished the Dixie Youth League Baseball tournament in second place, following a 13-3 loss to Lewis County on Sunday. Head coach Tony Riggs had nothing but positive things to say about his team after their runner-up finish...
Dixie All-Stars begin state tourney with one win, one loss (07/14/14)
The Dixie Youth League Baseball state tournament kicked off Friday evening with a thrilling win by the 14-year-old squad, defeating East Hickman 8-6. Dyersburg starter Ryan White was nearly unhittable in his five scoreless innings pitched, striking out 13 East Hickman batters despite a limited pitch count...
Nice to meet you Dyersburg, Dyer County (07/14/14)
I know what you're thinking. Something is wrong. Something is different. Take a deep breath, everything is going to be just fine. If your first thought when you grabbed the sports page was, "That doesn't look like Mike Smith!" then have no fear, you were right. My name is Jeremy Abrams, and I am here to tell you I am going to do everything I can to fill the shoes left behind by my predecessor...
DC's Barlow to play in the 'Big Apple' (07/09/14)
Coming into his senior year at Dyer County High School, Trysten Barlow has already become a team leader, a 20-game winner, signed a letter of intent to play at the University of Mississippi, and now has yet another accomplishment to add to his young resume...