TSWA announces college players of the week - Sept. 19

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FOOTBALL: Tusculum’s Shippy, Carson-Newman’s Houston earn TSWA weekly awards
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– Tusculum University’s Jordon Shippy and Carson-Newman’s Alonzo Houston were named the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively, by the Tennessee Sportswriters Association for their efforts in contests from September 10-16.

Shippy rushed for a school single-game record 258 yards in a victory against Limestone College. The Gaffney, S.C., native carried 35 times and scored on touchdown runs of five, three and seven yards. He added four rushes of 20-plus yards and caught one pass for 21 yards, finishing the contest with 279 all-purpose yards in the 37-10 victory.

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Houston posted nine tackles with 2.0 tackles for loss and one interception in Carson-Newman’s 31-14 win over Wingate University. The freshman from Wimauma, Fla., helped the Eagles force six three-and-outs and two interceptions during an eight possession stretch for Wingate in the contest, limiting the Bulldogs to 65 rushing yards and 312 yards of total offense.

Houston collected five solo stops and registered an interception in the second quarter.

2018 TSWA FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
September 5 – Brady White, Memphis (Offense); Aaron White, Cumberland University (Defense)
September 11 – Dresser Winn, UT Martin (Offense); Temoris Coats, Carson-Newman (Defense)

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MEN’S SOCCER: Maryville’s Vinyard named TSWA award winner
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– Maryville College’s Austin Vinyard earned Tennessee Sports Writers Association Men’s Soccer Player of the Week accolades, collecting a hat trick in record-setting time for the Scots.

The Oak Ridge, Tenn., native scored three goals in three minutes and eight seconds against Berea College, the ninth-fastest hat trick in NCAA Division III history. The sophomore forward scored at 46:27, 48:38 and 49:35, breaking open a scoreless match versus the Mountaineers.

Kai Miettinen assisted on the first goal and Vinyard and Randy Reichenberger combined for the second score before Vinyard netted the third goal unassisted. He has four goals this season for the Scots.

2018 MEN’S SOCCER PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
September 5 – Harry Baggaley, Tennessee Wesleyan
September 11 – Ashley Keylnack, Carson-Newman

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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Cumberland’s Holloway garners TSWA weekly honor
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– Cumberland University’s Rebecca Holloway netted four goals with two assists in a pair of matches for the Phoenix, earning the Tennessee Sports Writer’s Association Women’s Soccer weekly honor.

The Bristol, England, native did all of her damage in one contest at Asbury University, scoring just 88 seconds into the match and adding an assist on a Haley Stevens goal in the 18th minute.

The CU senior scored again in the 23rd minute, drilled the crossbar in the 35th minute and tallied her third goal of the first half in the 38th minute. She posted her final goal of the match in the 73rd minute and assisted on an Emma Campbell score in the 81st minute. Holloway has 13 goals and four assists in eight matches this season.

2018 WOMEN’S SOCCER PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
September 5 – Miya Lennon, Middle Tennessee
September 11 – Hannah Tillett, Middle Tennessee

College players of the week recognized by TSWA

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FOOTBALL: UT Martin’s Winn, Carson-Newman’s Coats earn TSWA weekly awards
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– UT Martin’s Dresser Winn and Carson-Newman’s Temoris Coats were named the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively, by the Tennessee Sportswriters Association for their efforts in contests from September 3-9.

Winn completed 34-of-53 passes for 355 yards and four touchdowns against Middle Tennessee. The Dresden, Tenn., native tossed TD passes of 16, 11, 51 and eight yards. He threw two touchdown passes in the first half, as the Skyhawks trailed just 20-17 at the half.

Winn has completed 64 percent of his throws (49-of-77) for 524 yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions in two contests.

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Coats posted 11 tackles with 2.0 tackles for loss for the Eagles in a 33-29 win over Virginia Union. The Greenwood, S.C., native recorded both tackles for loss on back-to-back plays late in the first half and made four solo stops. He leads the club with 20 tackles and 3.0 tackles for loss in two games for Carson-Newman.

2018 TSWA FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
September 5 – Brady White, Memphis (Offense); Aaron White, Cumberland University (Defense)

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MEN’S SOCCER: Carson-Newman’s Keylnack named TSWA award winner
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– Carson-Newman’s Ashley Keylnack earned Tennessee Sports Writers Association Men’s Soccer Player of the Week accolades, registering three goals and one assist in a pair of wins for the Eagles.

The High Wycombe, England, native netted a pair of goals in a 3-0 win versus North Greeneville, scoring off a rebound in the 56th minute and again in the 69th minute unassisted for the final two goals of the match.

The junior added a goal and an assist in a 2-1 victory over Barry University. Keylnack assisted on Jonny Le Quesne’s score in the 39th minute to put the Eagles ahead and recorded the eventual game-winner in the 47th minute.

2018 MEN’S SOCCER PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
September 5 – Harry Baggaley, Tennessee Wesleyan

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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Middle Tennessee’s Tillett garners TSWA weekly honor
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– Middle Tennessee’s Hannah Tillett scored four goals in two outings for the Blue Raiders, earning the Tennessee Sports Writer’s Association Women’s Soccer weekly honor.

The Huntington, Ind., native netted the first goal in a 4-0 victory over Valparaiso on a penalty kick, putting Middle Tennessee ahead in the 52nd minute. The freshman then posted a hat trick in a 4-0 win against Western Carolina.

She scored in the 17th minute on assists from Amber Hoot and Peyton DePriest and again in the 41st minute from Olivia Hansen for a 3-0 Blue Raiders lead at the half. Tillett collected her seventh goal of the year in the 61st minute, this time from Sam Debien.

2018 WOMEN’S SOCCER PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
September 5 – Miya Lennon, Middle Tennessee

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VOLLEYBALL: Maryville’s Bonee named TSWA Player of the Week
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– Maryville College’s Meredith Bonee was named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association’s Volleyball Player of the Week, registering 24 kills, 69 assists and 33 digs, registering a triple-double and a double-double in three matches for the Scots.

The Knoxville, Tenn., native recorded a triple-double against Rhodes College with 23 assists, 14 digs and 11 kills in four sets. The freshman followed that with 21 assists, six kills, six digs and four service aces in a four-set victory against Salem College.

Bonee collected 25 assists, 13 digs, seven kills and five service aces in a comeback, five-set win versus Lynchburg College. She is averaging 4.56 assists, 2.44 digs and 1.68 kills per set through six matches this season for Maryville.

2018 TSWA WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
September 5 – Hannah Flowers, Memphis

 

TSWA honors college players of the week - Sept. 5

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FOOTBALL: Memphis’ White, Cumberland’s White earn TSWA weekly awards
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– University of Memphis quarterback Brady White and Cumberland University’s Aaron White were named the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively, by the Tennessee Sportswriters Association for their efforts in contests from August 27-September 2. This is the first of weekly awards for the 2018-19 academic year sponsored by the TSWA.

White completed 22-of-28 passes for 358 yards and five touchdowns in just a half of play for the Tigers in a win against Mercer. The Newhall, Calif., native and Arizona State graduate transfer posted TD throws of 45, 75, 62, five and three yards to five different receivers, the last one on the final play of the second quarter. The numbers are the best ever for a Memphis quarterback in his career opener.

White collected 6.5 tackles with 4.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks for the Phoenix in an overtime victory over Union College. The senior defensive lineman registered sacks on consecutive plays at the end of the first half and forced an intentional grounding call midway through the fourth period.

The Nashville, Tenn., native added a tackle for loss on the first play of overtime and along with Tamim Aldarawcheh, forced a fumble behind the line of scrimmage in the final quarter. He has 11 tackles this season in two contests.

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MEN’S SOCCER: Tennessee Wesleyan’s Baggaley named TSWA award winner
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– Tennessee Wesleyan’s Harry Baggaley earned Tennessee Sports Writers Association Men’s Soccer Player of the Week accolades, posting both goals in a victory for the Bulldogs against Martin Methodist. This is the first of weekly awards for the 2018-19 academic year sponsored by the TSWA.

The freshman from Stoke-on-Trent, England, evened the match with a goal in the 49th minute on an assist from Sebastian Molina and netted the game-winner on a penalty kick in the 86th minute for a 2-1 win over the RedHawks.

Baggaley has eight goals and one assist in five matches this season for TWU.

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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Middle Tennessee’s Lennon garners TSWA weekly honor
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– Middle Tennessee’s Miya Lennon collected a goal and two assists to earn the Tennessee Sports Writer’s Association Women’s Soccer weekly honor. This is the first of weekly awards for the 2018-19 academic year sponsored by the TSWA.

The Minot, N.D., native put home a rebound in the 26th minute for the first Blue Raider goal against LIU-Brooklyn. The freshman assisted on the next two goals for the home team, at the 36-minute mark to Hannah Tillett and then just seconds into the second half to Sam Debien.

Lennon has one goal and three assists through five matches this season for the Blue Raiders.

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VOLLEYBALL: Memphis’ Flowers named TSWA Player of the Week
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
– University of Memphis sophomore Hannah Flowers was named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association’s Volleyball Player of the Week, posting 71 kills, 41 digs, 11 aces and 11 block assists in five matches for the Tigers. This is the first of weekly awards for the 2018-19 academic year sponsored by the TSWA.

The Wildwood, Mo., native collected a pair of double-doubles as well (the first two of her career), registering 16 kills and 12 digs versus Florida A&M and posting 10 kills and 10 digs at UT Martin. She added a career-best 19 kills versus UAB and recorded 10 kills, four digs and six block assists against Central Arkansas.

Flowers started the week with 16 kills, eight digs and five service aces versus Alabama A&M. She hit .355 in 155 total attacks over the five outings and leads the Tigers with 94 kills and 19 service aces this season.

 

All-State honorees for Track & Field recognized by TSWA

 Brentwood's Jett Kinder

Brentwood's Jett Kinder

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Sports Writers Association announced its 2018 Track All-State teams on Tuesday for Large and Small Divisions as well as two classes Division II. Student-athletes are selected based on their finish in the TSSAA Championships.

Boys
Large Division
POLE VAULT

Cole Shea, Mt. Juliet
Garrett Lee, Brentwood
Jett Kinder, Brentwood

LONG JUMP
Courtney Thomas, Memphis Central
Markeece Shufford, West Creek
Keegan Jones, Cleveland

TRIPLE JUMP
Courtney Thomas, Memphis Central
Willington Wright, Hardin Valley Academy
Cornelius Ross, Clarksville Northeast

HIGH JUMP
Jett Kinger, Brentwood
Carter McKechnie, Brentwood
Christian Shouse, Campbell County

SHOT PUT
Joshua Sobota, Bearden
Eli Phillips, Heritage
William Knox, Blackman

DISCUS
Joshua Sobota, Bearden
Stone Page, Franklin
Dylan Carter, William Blount

110 METER HURDLES
Benjedi Casseus, Cleveland
Josh Owten, Memphis Central
T.J. Patton, Science Hill

300 METER HURDLES
Tyrese Winfrey, Covington
Benjedi Casseus, Cleveland
Josh Owten, Memphis Central

100 METERS
Markeece Shufford, West Creek
Michael Scruggs, Riverdale
Keegan Jones, Cleveland

200 METERS
Keegan Jones, Cleveland
Markeece Shufford, West Creek
Elijah Young, South Doyle

400 METERS
Wellington Wright, Hardin Valley Academy
Isaiah Armstrong, Wooddale
Isaiah Weasby, Bartlett

800 METERS
Colin Jones, Germantown Houston
Kenton Bachmann, Hardin Valley
Keaton Jones, Germantown Houston

1600 METERS
Jake Renfree, Knox Catholic
Davis Bove, Centennial
Jeb Jones, Science Hill

3200 METERS
Tutus Winders, Henry County
Silas Winders, Henry County
David Ahlmeyer, Beech

DECATHLON
Jett Kinder, Brentwood
Christian Shouse, Campbell County
Zeke Westfield, Walker Valley

Girls
Large Division
POLE VAULT

Brittany Bishop, Anderson County
Katie Woods, Brentwood
Caitlin Cutshall, Daniel Boone

LONG JUMP
Avery McMillen, Centennial
Tanalya Gordon, Blackman
Meg Wilson, Brentwood

TRIPLE JUMP
Georgie McDevitt, Maryville
Madison Cowan, Sullivan South
Lauren Johnson, Memphis Central

HIGH JUMP
Ladasia Walton, Whitehaven
Madison Cowan, Sullivan South
Haley Miller, Station Camp

SHOT PUT
Katherine Coffey, Brentwood
Jaycee Schroeder, Jefferson County
Zoe Vlk, Wilson Central

DISCUS
Katherine Coffey, Brentwood
Hannah Johnson, Independence
Zoe Vlk, Wilson Central

100 METER HURDLES
Jordyn Braswell, Memphis Central
Tyra Nabors, Southwind
Arryona Simmons, Whitehaven

300 METER HURDLES
Tyra Nabors, Southwind
Jordyn Head, Martin Luther King
Jordyn Braswell, Memphis Central

100 METERS
Kirstin Jones, Whitehaven
Tiyanna Johnson, Cleveland
Calendra Henry, Clarksville Northeast

200 METERS
Kirstin Jones, Whitehaven
Breana Miles, Southwind
Calandra Henry, Clarksville Northeast

400 METERS
Breana Miles, Southwind
Mariah Smith, Germantown
Abbie Zander, Jefferson County

800 METERS
Ellie Bachman, Hardin Valley Academy
Kensi Gray, Hardin Valley Academy
Maria Chellah, Daniel Boone

1600 METERS
Sasha Neglia, Dobyns-Bennett
Landri Wilcox, Cookeville
Maddy Moody, Anderson County

3200 METERS
GiGi Maddox, Page
Sasha Neglia, Dobyns-Bennett
Shila Kapaya, Knox Catholic

PENTATHLON
Avery McMillen, Centennial
Kelsea Buchanan, John Overton
Caroline Lewis, Knox West

Boys
Small Division
POLE VAULT

Hunter Marsh, Alcoa
Aidan Costello, University School of Johnson City
Colton Fulk, West Greene

LONG JUMP
Bryan Brown, Alcoa
Joseph Norwood, Brainerd
Shariq Dodd, McMinn Central

TRIPLE JUMP
Joseph Norwood, Brainerd
Jesse Patterson, East Nashville
Justin Williams, East Nashville

HIGH JUMP
JD Thaxton, Loudon
Jerry Murdock, York Institute
Bryan Brown, Alcoa

SHOT PUT
Elijah Simmons, Pearl-Cohn
Justyn Johnson, Union City
Corey Moseley, Pearl-Cohn

DISCUS
Elijah Simmons, Pearl-Cohn
Austin Jernigan, Union City
Dexter Whirley, Adamsville

110 METER HURDLES
Brevin Sims, Chattanooga School for Arts & Sciences
Deshaun Burks, Memphis Academy of Health Sciences
Johnquiez Guerrier, KIPP Nashville

300 METER HURDLES
Brevin Sims, Chattanooga School for Arts & Sciences
Kiyontae Warren, Austin East
Hunter Marsh, Alcoa

100 METERS
Kevin Davis, Trinity Christian Academy
Emmanuel Bynum, W.E.B. DuBois Academy
Jimmyrious Parker, Pearl-Cohn

200 METERS
Emmanuel Bynum, W.E.B. DuBois Academy
Kevin Davis, Trinity Christian Academy
Nickson Pierre, Pearl-Cohn

400 METERS
Nickson Pierre, Pearl-Cohn
Tyquan Rodgers, Austin East
Joseph Norwood, Brainerd

800 METERS
Emerson Fulton, Gatlinburg Pittman
Nathaniel Crawford, Memphis Academic of Science and Engineering
Chris Green, Austin East

1600 METERS
Jonah Bird, Signal Mountain
Tamar-Jay Allen, Raleigh-Egypt
Alex Ponce, Merrol Hyde

3200 METERS
Jonah Bird, Signal Mountain
Garrison Wheeler, Signal Mountain
Samir Koko, Alcoa

DECATHLON
Joseph Norwood, Brainerd
Julian Lane, West Greene
Hunter Marsh, Alcoa

Girls
Small Division
POLE VAULT

Faith Julian, West Greene
Natalie Newsome, Happy Valley
Sophia Gibby, Signal Mountain

LONG JUMP
Jalena Curbeam, East Nashville
Briley Lowry, Signal Mountain
Jalyn Rice, East Nashville

TRIPLE JUMP
Jalena Curbeam, East Nashville
Deyonna Lansden, Chattanooga School for Arts & Sciences
Jalyn Rice, East Nashville

HIGH JUMP
Kaylee Bartee, Fairview
Jalena Curbeam, East Nashville
Timeria McCullough, Martin Luther King

SHOT PUT
Jataya Wilson, Alcoa
Madison Hollin, Adamsville
Alexis Wynn, Adamsville

DISCUS
Abi Tate, York Institute
Madison Hollin, Adamsville
Emily Booth, Trousdale County

100 METER HURDLES
Kennedi Johnson, East Nashville
Keylmer Cruz, East Nashville
Jalena Curbeam, East Nashville

300 METER HURDLES
Kennedi Johnson, East Nashville
Miata Borders, Mitchell
Keylmer Cruz, East Nashville

100 METERS
Nicole Johnson, Tyner Academy
Alayah Dozier, Chattanooga School for Arts & Sciences
Blake Blakemore, Austin East

200 METERS
Blake Blakemore, Austin East
Nicole Johnson, Tyner Academy
Alayah Dozier, Chattanooga School for Arts & Sciences

400 METERS
Alayah Dozier, Chattanooga School for Arts & Sciences
Calise Hardy, Whites Creek
Andrea Powell, City University School of Liberal Arts

800 METERS
Loral Winn, Dresden
Tara Jessen, Signal Mountain
Mattie Parker, Signal Mountain

1600 METERS
Loral Winn, Dresden
Mattie Parker, Signal Mountain
Brooke Foster, L&N STEM

3200 METERS
Anna Johnson, Dresden
Laura Bretscher, L&N STEM
Lilly Simms, Pigeon Forge

PENTATHLON
Kennedi Johnson, East Nashville
Jalena Curbeam, East Nashville
Lowry Briley, Signal Mountain

Boys
Division II-A
POLE VAULT

Alex Gales, Franklin Road Academy
Ryan Charles, Christ Presbyterian Academy
Josh Whitaker, Christian Academy of Knoxville

LONG JUMP
Ty Kimberlin, Harding Academy
Tyler Jacobs, University School of Nashville
Logan Collier, Mt. Juliet Christian Academy

TRIPLE JUMP
Ty Kimberlin, Harding Academy
Coby Hollins, Harding Academy
Myles Rasnick, Knox Webb

HIGH JUMP
Ryan Charles, Christ Presbyterian Academy
Anthony Howard, Harding Academy
Myles Rasnick, Knox Webb

SHOT PUT
Nyle Love, Lausanne Collegiate
Darius Hylick, Mt. Juliet Christian Academy
Zachary Davidson, First Assembly Christian School

DISCUS
Nyle Love, Lausanne Collegiate
Blake Johnson, Donelson Christian Academy
Luke Etherton, Christian Academy of Knoxville

110 METER HURDLES
Eric Stoxstill-Diggs, Franklin Road Academy
Gabel Fulford, Christian Academy of Knoxville
Ryan Charles, Christ Presbyterian Academy

300 METER HURDLES
Jackson Bostick, Grace Christian Academy-Knoxville
Brogan Wilson, Franklin Road Academy
Gabel Fulford, Christian Academy of Knoxville

100 METERS
Charles Nichols, Harding Academy
Austin Jackson, Harding Academy
Jahlil Jefferson, Knox Webb

200 METERS
Daniel Lutes, University School of Nashville
Tyler Jacobs, University School of Nashville
Charles Nichols, Harding Academy

400 METERS
Charles Nichols, Harding Academy
Ty Kimberlin, Harding Academy
Landry Mitchell, Franklin Road Academy

800 METERS
Pelham Bergesen, University School of Nashville
Brent Borden, Grace Christian Academy-Knoxville
Josh Hinkle, Harding Academy

1600 METERS
Nicholas Sieders, University School of Nashville
Brent Borden, Grace Christian Academy-Knoxville
Josh Hinkle, Harding Academy

3200 METERS
Sohan Pokorny-Yadav, Lausanne Collegiate
Davis Rangi, Evangelical Christian
Andrew Cox, Franklin Road Academy

DECATHLON
Ryan Charles, Christ Presbyterian Academy
Ty Kimberlin, Harding Academy
Landry Mitchell, Franklin Road Academy

Girls
Division II-A
POLE VAULT

Talia Barton, University School of Nashville
Stephani Franks, Knox Webb
Lauren Cascarella, Evangelical Christian

LONG JUMP
Mikah Charley, Battle Ground Academy
Jamisen Cobb, Harding Academy
Kai Lanier, Knox Webb

TRIPLE JUMP
Julia Schumacher, Davidson Academy
Sophie Ades, Knox Webb
Lily Webb, Davidson Academy

HIGH JUMP
Campbell Carroll, Franklin Road Academy
Bailey Dozier, Donelson Christian Academy
Sage Hawley, Harding Academy

SHOT PUT
Haley Smith, Harding Academy
Jocelyn Bringht, Harding Academy
Kimari Terrell, Harding Academy

DISCUS
Kimari Terrell, Harding Academy
Lauren Deaton, Harding Academy
Laurel Martens, Westminster Academy

100 METER HURDLES
Shelbi Avant, Immaculate Conception
Mikah Charley, Battle Ground Academy
Katlin Summarell, Battle Ground Academy

300 METER HURDLES
Katlin Summarell, Battle Ground Academy
Julia Martin, First Baptist Academy
Deanna Hutson, Harding Academy

100 METERS
Miaya Smith, St. George’s
Jasmine Jefferson, Knox Webb
Abigail Howell, Harding Academy

200 METERS
Miaya Smith, St. George’s
Jasmine Jefferson, Knox Webb
Abigail Howell, Harding Academy

400 METERS
Jasmine Jefferson, Knox Webb
McKinley Blackburn, Christian Academy of Knoxville
Hannah Moore, University School of Nashville

800 METERS
Rebecca Story, Christian Academy of Knoxville
Niki Narayani, Knox Webb
Olivia Rodgers, Christian Academy of Knoxville

1600 METERS
Rebecca Story, Christian Academy of Knoxville
Niki Narayani, Knox Webb
Lindsay Holliday, Knox Webb

3200 METERS
Rebecca Story, Christian Academy of Knoxville
Niki Narayani, Knox Webb
Lindsay Holliday, Knox Webb

PENTATHLON
Jamisen Cobb, Harding Academy
McKinley Blackburn, Christian Academy of Knoxville
Julia Martin, First Baptist Academy

Division II-AA
Boys
POLE VAULT

Landon Wright, Briarcrest Christian
Knox Perry, Brentwood Academy
Troy Taylor, Briarcrest Christian

LONG JUMP
Hakim McMorris, McCallie School
Camron Johnson, Brentwood Academy
Antonio Lay, Christian Brothers

TRIPLE JUMP
Michael Archie, Brentwood Academy
McClain Portis, Montgomery Bell Academy
Dorian Hopkins, Memphis University School

HIGH JUMP
Aaron Lovins, Brentwood Academy
Hakim McMorris, McCallie School
Caleb Harris, Brentwood Academy

SHOT PUT
Patrick Healy, Christian Brothers
Tanner Antonutti, Ensworth School
Thomas Gore, Brentwood Academy

DISCUS
Qundarius Dunningan, McCallie School
Dorian Hopkins, Memphis University School
Dre Taylor, McCallie School

110 METER HURDLES
Camron Johnson, Brentwood Academy
Landon Wright, Briarcrest Christian
John Curry, Montgomery Bell Academy

300 METER HURDLES
Landon Wright, Briarcrest Christian
John Curry, Montgomery Bell Academy
Wiley Pippenger, Baylor School

100 METERS
Antonio Lay, Christian Brothers
Kenyon Garlington, Brentwood Academy
Hakim McMorris, McCallie School

200 METERS
Antonio Lay, Christian Brothers
Kenyon Garlington, Brentwood Academy
Sam Dugan, Montgomery Bell Academy

400 METERS
Sellers Shy, Memphis University School
Jude Maloy, Ensworth School
Josh Ryce, McCallie School

800 METERS
Graham Ragsdale, Montgomery Bell Academy
Isaac Wills, Montgomery Bell Academy
Matthew McMillan, Brentwood Academy

1600 METERS
Matthew McMillan, Brentwood Academy
Graham Ragsdale, Montgomery Bell Academy
Isaac Wills, Montgomery Bell Academy

3200 METERS
Matthew McMillan, Brentwood Academy
Matthew Porter, Brentwood Academy
George Payne, Brentwood Academy

DECATHLON
Hakim McMorris, McCallie School
Jude Maloy, Ensworth School
McClain Portis, Montgomery Bell Academy

Girls
Division II-AA
POLE VAULT

Kate Sander, St. Agnes Academy
Rachel Smith, Baylor School
Julia Moody, Ensworth School

LONG JUMP
Morgan Louderback, Brentwood Academy
Mikele Vickers, Lipscomb Academy
Sydni Harvey, Brentwood Academy

TRIPLE JUMP
Morgan Louderback, Brentwood Academy
Alayna Holbert, Brentwood Academy
Mikele Vickers, Lipscomb Academy

HIGH JUMP
Rachel Sullivan, Briarcrest Christian
Ally Craig, Baylor School
Kalen Ingram, St. Mary’s Episcopal

SHOT PUT
Aliyiah Wells, Briarcrest Christian
Victoria Caldwell, Brentwood Academy
Dontavia Eaggoner, Ensworth School

DISCUS
Meredith Hollins, Harpeth Hall
Aliyah Wells, Briarcrest Christian
Raegan Coleman, Harpeth Hall

100 METER HURDLES
Kayla Hayes, Baylor School
Annie Taylor, Harpeth Hall
Alayna Holbert, Brentwood Academy

300 METER HURDLES
Annie Taylor, Harpeth Hall
Kayla Hayes, Baylor School
Gianna Bullock, Ensworth School

100 METERS
Makayla Packer, Baylor School
Mikele Vickers, Lipscomb Academy
Sydni Harvey, Brentwood Academy

200 METERS
Makayla Packer, Baylor School
Kaiya Wynn, Ensworth School
Kate Wilson, Harpeth Hall

400 METERS
Savanna Owens, Briarcrest Christian
JaTorria Lee, Ensworth School
Mya Rogers, St. Agnes Academy

800 METERS
Meghan Underwood, Briarcrest Christian
Janie Pippenger, Baylor School
Whitney Powell, Brentwood Academy

1600 METERS
Meredith Helton, Brentwood Academy
Carly Breman, Girls Preparatory School
Alex Massey, Harpeth Hall

3200 METERS
Meredith Helton, Brentwood Academy
Coco Holliday, Brentwood Academy
Lauren Pitts, Ensworth School

PENTATHLON
Kaiya Wynn, Ensworth School
Annie Taylor, Harpeth Hall
Alayna Holbert, Brentwood Academy

 

TSWA announces Tennis All-State accolades

 Knox Webb's Lauren Yoon

Knox Webb's Lauren Yoon

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Sports Writers Association announced its 2017 Tennis All-State teams on Saturday for classes A-AA and AAA as well as Division II-A and AA. Each team consists of the top four singles players and top two doubles teams from bracket play in the TSSAA Championships.

Boys Tennis
Large Division
SINGLES

Takuma Walter, White Station
Stone Cozart, Tennessee
Donavan Janicek, Brentwood
Nathan Zou, Central Magnet

DOUBLES
James Eaves-Grayson Marlow, Bearden
Cliff Herring-Pranav Saravanan, Ravenwood

Small Division
SINGLES

Gabe Williams, Signal Mountain
Evan Carr, L&N STEM
Grant Koch, Merrol Hyde
Will Richardson, Trinity Christian

DOUBLES
Ben Sidwell-Cam Presley, Trinity Christian
Grant Williams-Thomas Thelen, Signal Mountain

Division II-A
SINGLES

Nathan Irwin, Christ Presbyterian Academy
Harrison Williams, Knox Webb
George Corzine, University School of Nashville
Reed Bristow, Christian Academy of Knoxville

DOUBLES
John Kimball-Walker Stearns, St. George’s
Ben Pearce-Ohm Sharma, Knox Webb

Division II-AA
SINGLES

Brandon Kali, Baylor School
Baylor Sai, Montgomery Bell Academy
Hank Leathers, The McCallie School
Gregory Guo, Memphis University School

DOUBLES
Hunter Smith-Benjamin Taverne, Baylor School
Seth Richey-Weston Touliatos, Memphis University School

Girls Tennis
Large Division
SINGLES

Julia Adams, Bearden
Hamsa Javagal, Brentwood
Kylie Humphrey, Oakland
Dinobi Onyeagocha, Germantown Houston

DOUBLES
Evie Calhoun-Georgia Fischer, Brentwood
Lainey Hill-Willa Rogers, Dobyns-Bennett

Small Division
SINGLES

Brittney Combest, Memphis Middle College
Maddie Maben, L&N STEM
Sunshine Fennell, Chattanooga School for Arts & Sciences
Megan Bozman, Waverly

DOUBLES
Grace Williams-Sarah Kate Bailey, Signal Mountain
Abbey Lee-Armani Hall, L&N STEM

Division II-A
SINGLES

Lauren Yoon, Knox Webb
Hannah Grace Howell, St. George’s
Caroline Ross, Knox Webb
Allison Ivey, Christian Academy of Knoxville

DOUBLES
Carina Dagotto-Anna Wisniewski, Knox Webb
Lauren Yoon-Lili Roth, Knox Webb

Division II-AA
SINGLES

Maddox Bandy, Girls Preparatory School
Eesha Gudiseva, St. Mary’s
Anna Hawkins, Baylor School
Stephanie Woodbury, Hutchison

DOUBLES
Lauren Carrelli/Lily Mooney, Baylor School
Presley Thomas-Landie McBrayer, Baylor School