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Panther Pom signups

Panther Pom All-Star spring/summer signups are now going on. This year, there will be two teams, peewee and juniors. The coach is former Bartlett graduate and Memphis Pom girl Lynda Boswell. Last year, Panther Pom had a very successful first year, Boswell said. For more information, call (901) 644-6901 or email pantherpom@outlook.com.

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Germantown football program put on probation for violating recruiting rules

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By Graham Sweeney The Germantown High School football program has been put on probation for two calendar years and fined $1,000 for breaking TSSAA recruiting rules. According to TSSAA Executive Director Bernard Childress, several families with students attending Houston Middle School received letters inviting 10 student athletes to an “open house” to meet Germantown High […]

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Letters of Intent

                                    

Three St. Benedict senior athletes signed letters of intent earlier this month. ABOVE: Maddie Rose (Cross Country) – Signing with Christian Brothers University (Div II, GSC) – 4-year letter – All-Metro ABOVE: Mia Mullen (Tennis) – Signing with Rhodes College (Div. III-SCAC Conf.) – 4-year letter – All-Metro ABOVE: Brennan Ryan (Football) – Preferred Walk-on […]

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Bartlett bests Arlington

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Justin Raines beats Arlington defender Mark Bray for the tying goal. Bartlett’s Dominic Mullins tries for the header over the Arlington goalie. The Panthers defeated Arlington 2-1. Bartlett is 7-3-3 on the season.

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Bolton senior reopens recruitment

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Bolton High senior standout Jaylen Fisher announced Thursday that he has reopened his recruitment. The four-star point guard committed to UNLV last fall. However, Rebels coach Dave Rice was fired in January. “I was very much looking forward to the opportunity to be a Rebel this year,” Fisher tweeted Thursday night. “But there have been […]

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AHS senior Catherine Miller signs with TCU rifle team

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Arlington High School senior Catherine Miller has signed a scholarship to become a member of the women’s rifle shooting team next year at Texas Christian University. It has been Catherine’s goal ever since she began precision shooting to shoot for such a top-ranked NCAA team. In January, she took gold medals in both air rifle and […]

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Panthers fall to Tigers in rivalry game

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By Bill Sorrell As she has all his life, March Smith was looking over her son Josh Smith, a senior right-handed pitcher for Bartlett High School. This time she was in the press box overlooking Elrod Field watching Josh throw 84-mph fast balls against the state’s No. 1 ranked team, the Arlington Tigers. The t-shirt […]

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Arlington man takes on Broken Skull Challenge

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Retired firefighter Mark Crawford of Arlington is facing a tough challenge: “Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge.” Each week, Steve Austin brings eight athletes to his Broken Skull Ranch. Contestants go head-to-head until the last person standing earns the right to take on the “Skullbuster” obstacle course for a chance to win $10,000. In the newest […]

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A passion for pickleball

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3rd annual charity pickleball tournament set for April 1-2

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Pickleball, the fastest growing sport in the country is bursting at the seams right here in Bartlett. Organizers say the third annual Bartlett Pickleball Tournament — slated for April 1-2 this year — has grown steadily every year, and the 2016 event has shot past the projected 20 percent growth goal. Pickleball is a racquet […]

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