HENDERSONVILLE--When Kip Brown returned to his alma mater to take over the Beech boys basketball program in the off-season, he spoke about process. Last Friday night, as his Buccaneers knocked off District 9-AAA co-leader Station Camp, 54-52, he spoke about continuing that very same process.
Tuesday night was a record breaking night for one Station Camp junior.
Their last time on the floor the Knox Doss Mustang offense had a tough time netting points. Wednesday night, as part of the Area 3 tournament at West Wilson Middle School, it was more of the same.
Hunter has notoriously had slow starts throughout the season. Fortunate for the Lady Buccaneers was their ability to battle back in the latter quarters.
Just 17 months after taking up the sport, Pope John Paul II High School sophomore Quinn Collins is a state bowling champion. Collins won the TSSAA Division II Boys Individual state title last Friday morning at Smyrna Bowling Center.
Though Station Camp managed to keep Area 3 tournament host West Wilson to less than 20 points in the first half, their lack of offensive production proved their demise.
LEBANON - The Hendersonville Lady Commandos pulled off a big upset last Friday night when they defeated Wilson Central, 39-25.
Emiline Payne scored all 10 Lady Bison points in the first quarter and finished with a game-high 25 to lead Station Camp to a 51-44 win over Beech last Friday night.
Station Camp earned their right to host an Area 1 sub-state tournament game with a win Wednesday night in a 37-26 win over Area 3 tournament host West Wilson Middle School.
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