Heading to Strward's Creek High School?
by Bash on Friday, August 29, 2014
Stewart's Creek High School
Drive Time 58.2 miles

Get on I-24 W in Manchester
Follow I-24 W to TN-102 S/Almaville Rd in Smyrna. Take exit 70 from I-24 W
Continue on TN-102 S/Almaville Rd. Drive to Red Hawk Pkwy
Turn left onto TN-102 S/Almaville Rd
Turn right onto Morton Ln
Take the 1st right onto Red Hawk Pkwy

Female kicker turning heads at Tullahoma
by Bash on Wednesday, August 27, 2014

By: August 25, 2014 11:36 AM AST
  Claire Reagan gets some double takes on the football field.
  She hears reactions like, “Whoa, that’s a girl.”
  Reagan is the first female kicker for Tullahoma coach John Olive, who is in his 22nd season.
  “I got beat by one once upon a time back in 1999,” said Olive,   referring to Kenwood all-state kicker Jenny Cox. “They beat us in   overtime 17-14. It was a chip-shot field goal.”
  Olive hopes Reagan will kick some big field goals for Tullahoma   someday. She is the backup kicker, who will come in for point after   touchdown and short field goal attempts.
  The junior has gotten a lot of positive feedback for being on the team.
  “Everybody thinks it’s pretty cool,” Reagan said. “I haven’t gotten   any negative comments or anything. (My teammates) are really supportive.   They took me in like a little sister and they’re really nice.
  “My mom was a little hesitant at first, but I kind of convinced her   to let me come out and just try it and see what it was like. She was   nervous. She didn’t want me to get hurt or anything because you can get   tackled and hurt. But she’s supportive and she thinks it’s cool, too.”
  Reagan feels comfortable kicking from anywhere in the 30-yard range.
  Read more at Tennessean.com.

McGavock Takes Down Tullahoma 42-7 in Season Opener
by Bash on Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Next Win will be 150 for John Olive at Tullahoma
by Bash on Wednesday, August 13, 2014

August 13, 2014 /
C. Scott Shasteen -
The Tullahoma Wildcats will open their 22nd   year under Head Coach John Olive when they host the McGavock Raiders on   Friday, Aug. 22 at Wilkins Stadium. Kickoff is 7 p.m., and the contest   will be broadcast on sports radio The Ticket AM 740, 105.1 FM, theticketradio.com, Tunein radio, and LightTUBe channel 11.
    Tullahoma is coming off a 5-6 finish in 2013, including a 3-3 mark in   District 8-AAA. The Wildcats were beaten in the first round of the   TSSAA state football playoffs. The Raiders, under Head Coach Jay Gore, were also 5-6 last season and were beaten by Overton in the postseason. McGavock overcame a 25-8 halftime deficit last year on their home turf and beat the Wildcats 35-25.
    Olive has been a head coach for 25 years, with an overall record of   175-102. At Tullahoma he has won 149 games and lost 87, meaning his first win of the 2014 season will be the 150th of his tenure   at the helm of the Wildcat football program. No other head coach in Tullahoma’s 88-year football history won even 100 games while leading the program. (FULL STORY)

The 2014 THS Media Guide
by Bash on Tuesday, August 12, 2014
The all new 2014 media guide for the 2014 Tullahoma Wildcats.

Inky Johnson Visits THS
by Bash on Monday, August 4, 2014
   Inky Johnson visited Tullahoma tonight and spoke to the Tullahoma Quarterback club and the football players at the high school. After speaking, Inky took time to talk to many of these THS players one-on-one for a few minutes as he autographed his a copy of his book for them.
   Here is a brief history from his web site, www.inkyjohnson.com.
   September   9, 2006. It started as a normal college football game in Neyland Stadium. If anything, the event was an afterthought, dropped into the schedule at the last minute.
   For Inky Johnson, though, the game changed everything. A routine tackle turned into a life-threatening injury, and nothing has been normal for Inky ever since. Not with a paralyzed right arm. Not with daily pain. Not with constant physical challenges.
   His dream had always been to play professional sports. You might think his injury would have destroyed his motivation and crushed his spirit. But that’s only because you don’t know Inky.
   Inky’s injury didn't turn him into an inspiration.
   It just showed the world the inspirational life he’s been living all; along. Executives, sports teams, church members, and young people all benefit from the raw energy of his charismatic speaking. Whether the; topic is leadership, teamwork, or perseverance, Inky inspires his audiences to embrace the challenges of life.
   For his complete story or to purchase a copy of his book, please visit his website...For more photos of the evening, click here.

Gearing Up For The2014 Season
by Bash on Tuesday, July 29, 2014
   As The 2014 Wildcat Web is gearing up for the 2140 season, so are the THS Wildcat Football team. We have done a little re-design for this season. Feel free to let us know what you think, whether it be good or bad. Bear with us if you find a broken link over the next week, sometimes one or two are missed. But we will get them fixed. Also we will have all of the team photos, coaches and cheerleaders online as soon as photo-day is set.
  We are going to be out and about town working on some sponsorship for this year. If you are interested in placing a banner on the Wildcat Web, please contact us.You can also visit our  Wildcat Web FaceBook Page as well.

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