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Ardmore suffers its third-straight defeat last Friday, falling 35-20 to visiting Lee-Huntsville. The loss puts the Tigers (5-3) in a must-win situation this Friday versus Mae Jemison, with the winner making the playoffs as the fourth seed in Region 8 5-A.  Barbara Harmon / Pulaski Citizen

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After a big region victory last week, Giles County held on to its fourth-place ranking in the latest edition of the Tennessee high school football Associated Press rankings, the organization announced Monday afternoon.

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The Ardmore Tigers returned home last Friday, suffering a 42-0 region loss versus East Limestone. The loss dropped the Tigers to 5-2 on the season, and 2-2 in region play. The Tigers will need to win at least one of their remaining two region ballgames to qualify for the Class 5A playoffs.  …

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Giles County held serve last Friday in a 21-14 win at Columbia, and then held on to its fourth-place ranking in the latest edition of the Tennessee high school football Associated Press rankings, the organization announced Monday afternoon.

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The University of Tennessee Southern men and women’s swimming teams made history when they opened their 2021 season last Friday inside the Curry Athletic Complex.

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Despite a second-straight inactive week, Giles County remained fourth in Class 3A in the latest edition of the Tennessee high school football Associated Press state rankings, the organization announced Monday afternoon.

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Giles County junior Jack Harper won on the very first playoff hole to punch his ticket to next month’s TSSAA boys’ golf state tournament Monday afternoon at the Region 5 A/AA championship, held at Henry Horton Golf Course.

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Despite an inactive week, Giles County remained fourth in Class 3A in the latest edition of the Tennessee high school football Associated Press state rankings, the organization announced Monday afternoon.