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Cats come from behind to clip Golden Eagles
by Bash on Monday, September 9, 2013

September 7, 2013 / wersports -by C. Scott Shasteen
Junior quarterback Hunter Myers sprinted to the pylon from six yards away with 12 seconds left to give the Tullahoma Wildcats a thrilling come-from-behind 36-33 win over the Shelbyville Golden Eagles in Bedford County Friday night. Myers was named the Top Rehab Services Player of the Game.
  “I am so proud of this football team,” said Head Coach John Olive on the field following the game. “The way we battled back and won this thing over a really good football team was impressive. Coaches can lose football games, but its players that win them and our young men won this game tonight.”
  Tullahoma (2-1, 1-0) now has a leg up on Shelbyville (2-1, 0-1) in the District 8-AAA standings. Columbia leads the league after beating Coffee County 35=0, and Lincoln County won its district opener 35-20 over Franklin County.
  “We know the district race is wide open this year and it’s nice to start with a win,” added Olive. “This gives us the tiebreaker over Shelbyville so it’s like a two-game advantage. My hat is off to that Shelbyville team though. They fought really hard and we know what it feels like to let one slip away in the second half. We did that in our season opener.” [FULL STORY]

Big plays carry Wildcats past Stewart’s Creek
by Bash on Monday, September 9, 2013

August 31, 2013 / - -by C. Scott Shasteen
  Tullahoma’s defense stopped visiting Stewart’s Creek three times in the   red zone in the first half, and its offense scored on five plays of   over 40 yards, including three over 60, in a 43-27 win at Wilkins   Stadium Friday night.
  Tullahoma (1-1) will step into District 8-AAA play next week with a   trip to Shelbyville (2-0). The Golden Eagles pulled away from Warren   County 41-16 on Friday to remain undefeated.
  “It’s good to get a win,” said Wildcat Head Coach John Olive on the   field following the game. “Stewart’s Creek is a young team who is going   to get better. We need to get better too, but I thought we did some good   things tonight.”
  Yes coach, you did. The offense rolled up 485 yards on just 38 plays,   an amazing 12.8 yards per play. On the flip side the defense gave up   500 yards as the Red Hawks ran 71 plays. The big plays were the   difference, and although both sides had them, Tullahoma had more.
  “We have to be a better tackling team when we go to Shelbyville next   week,” added Olive. “They have a big, fast running back in Castleman,   and if we don’t tackle him we will be in for a long night.” [FULL STORY]

Cheer on the Cats Tonight
by Bash on Friday, August 30, 2013

Game time for tonight is slated for a 7:00 PM Kickoff. Everyone needs to come out and cheer on the Tullahoma Wildcats as we host Stewarts Creek. If you are out of town or not able to come to the game, you can listen to Scott and Binns on the Ticket.Click on the ticket at right for more information.
  Also the Wildcat Web will be uploading photos via facebookthrough out the game. You can click on the facebook link on the right.

Wildcats wilt in second half loss to McGavock
by Bash on Tuesday, August 27, 2013
August 24, 2013 / wersports   
C. Scott Shasteen  It was a classic tale of two halves, with Tullahoma winning the first and McGavock the second. However, the Raiders won their half more convincingly than the Wildcats, overcoming a 25-8 halftime deficit to win 35-25 Friday night in Nashville.
   The season-opening loss, and the manner in which it transpired, did not sit well with Tullahoma Head Coach John Olive.
   “I’m disappointed in how we played in the second half, and I don’t know why,” said Olive on the field following the game. “We had a really good first half and I thought we were in good shape, but they just ran over us after halftime.
   “The offensive line didn’t do a very good job after halftime and we couldn’t tackle their guys,” he continued. “We went back to playing the way we played during the preseason. McGavock stepped up their intensity in the second half and we just didn’t match it. We’ve got a lot of work to do.”
   The Wildcats started strong, scoring on the opening possession after a 59-yard pass from QB Hunter Myers to Riley Darden. Two plays later Cole Potter, lined up in the Wildcat formation, threw a six-yard touchdown to Aaron Gray. [FULL STORY]

Seniors Gearing Up For The Last Season
by Bash on Thursday, August 22, 2013

This Friday night these players and cheerleaders will embark of the first game of their senior year as a THS Wildcat. Make your plans for Friday night to travel to McGavock to support these young men and women in their last drive as a Tullahoma Wildcat!!

Support for the Olive family!!!
by Bash on Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Such an awesome show of support and concern!!! This is a great testimony to Coach Olive and the Olive Family.... Shows great class as well as respect the THS Players. Makes me proud to be a part of the THS Football Program!!!

‘The Ticket’ to broadcast Fan Feast
by Bash on Tuesday, August 13, 2013

  080613RileyDardenPracticeby C. Scott Shasteen - After battling Marshall County last week and Smyrna this weekend, the Tullahoma Wildcats will inch closer towards the start of the regular season when they host Independence on Friday, Aug. 16 at 7 p.m. at Wilkins Stadium.
    The Ticket will broadcast the game on AM740, 105.1FM, TheTicketRadio.com, TuneIn Radio and LightTUBe channel 11. Pregame will begin at 6:45.
    Played on Tuesday, 10 days before the season opener in past years, Fan Feast has been moved to Friday, one week before the season opens. The event is the largest fundraiser of the season for the Tullahoma Quarterback Club, which helps support the team financially. Fans are urged to eat dinner at the stadium.
    Independence is predicted to be one of the top Class 6A teams in middle Tennessee, and features two University of Tennessee commitments, Vic Wharton III and Rashuun Gaulden.
    The Wildcats will  open the season Aug. 23 when they travel to Nashville to face McGavock. Pregame begins at 6:30 p.m. and kickoff is at 7 on The Ticket.

Stadium Shot
by Bash on Sunday, August 11, 2013

Thanks for the cool shot of the stadium Chris Auditore Photography. Used by permission. Watch throughout the season for more football shots in and around the football program from Chris.....

Waiting on the Weather
by Bash on Sunday, August 11, 2013

Sitting around in the locker room waiting on the weather to clear during photo/media day..... Not much else to do but......wait

Roster & Photos Online
by Bash on Saturday, August 10, 2013
We new have the 2013 THS Team Roster and photos online. We are still in the process of getting the cheerleaders and coaches page ready. Keep checking back for these updates...

Changes on schedule for Wildcats and District 8-AAA
by Bash on Wednesday, August 7, 2013
August 4, 2013 / wersports

Getting Photos and Roster This Week
by Bash on Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Heading to the field this week to get the player photos and team photos. Hopefully the rain will hold off... Keep checking back for more updates and sections complete...

Updating Web Site This Week
by Bash on Thursday, July 18, 2013
We are in the process of updating this site this week. At this time, Some of the links might not be working properly, but we are working on them. Thanks for your patience and cooperation...

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