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1 TSSAA RECORD BOOK

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3 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 3333 Lebanon Road P.O. Box 319 Hermitage, TN P - (615) F - (615) TSSAA STAFF Executive Director Bernard Childress Assistant Executive Directors Matthew Gillespie Richard McWhirter Gene Menees Mark Reeves Assistants to the Executive Director Wanda Belt Trina Melton Administrative Assistants Kim Alley Allison Bryan Heather Carter Emily Crowell Terry Hillier Lauren Lynch Gayle Simms Lynne Sutton Student Services Stephen Bargatze, Director Tommy Griffith Director of Marketing Courtney Brunetz Technology Coordinators Earl Nall Shonnie Speicher TSSAA Corporate Sponsors BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Governor s Highway Safety Office Action Pix TN Musco Lighting President Mike Reed Morristown West Ricky Catlett Jackson North Side Tommy Layne Sequatchie County Chuck West Dresden President Dan Black Bradford Special School District Richard Carroll Sullivan North Dan Haddow Bolton Michael Reynolds Farragut BOARD OF CONTROL Jody Wright Fulton Vice President Jerry Mathis Tullahoma Steve Chauncy Hillwood Bryan True Lewis County Ike White Westwood LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Rod Woodard Maplewood Vice President Mike Henson Huntingdon Danny Gilbert Soddy-Daisy Jeff Luttrell Watertown Mike Tatum Lewis County Regions Bank Tennessee Dairy Farmers Vanderbilt Sports Medicine Tennessee Titans Foundation United States Marines Monroe Carell, Jr. Children s Hospital at Vanderbilt 1

4 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 3333 Lebanon Road P.O. Box 319 Hermitage, TN P - (615) F - (615) FALL SPORTS BOYS GOLF 2012 State Champions...4 Past State Individual Champions...6 Past State Team Champions...8 State Team Records...10 State Individual Records GIRLS GOLF 2012 State Champions...12 Past State Individual Champions...14 Past State Team Champions...16 State Team Records...18 State Individual Records...19 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL 2012 State Champions...20 Past State Team Champions...22 State Team Records...24 State Individual Records...25 GIRLS SOCCER 2012 State Champions...28 Past State Team Champions...30 State Team Records...31 State Individual Records...31 BOYS CROSS COUNTRY 2012 State Champions...32 Past State Individual Champions...34 Past State Team Champions...36 State Team Records...38 State Individual Records...38 GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY 2012 State Champions...40 Past State Individual Champions...42 Past State Team Champions...44 State Team Records...46 State Individual Records...46 FOOTBALL 2012 State Champions...48 Past State Team Champions...50 Past Mr. Football Award Winners...55 State Team Records...58 State Individual Records...59 State Championship Game Records...63 TABLE OF CONTENTS WINTER SPORTS BOWLING 2013 State Champions...64 Past State Individual Champions...66 Past State Team Champions...66 State Team Records...68 State Individual Records...70 GIRLS BOWLING 2013 State Champions...64 Past State Individual Champions...67 Past State Team Champions...67 State Team Records...69 State Individual Records...71 DUAL WRESTLING 2013 State Champions...73 Past State Team Results...74 WRESTLING 2013 State Champions...77 Past State Individual Champions...78 Past State Team Champions...82 Past Outstanding Wrestlers...84 Past Best Matches...85 State Records...86 State Individual Records...86 BOYS BASKETBALL 2013 State Champions...88 Past State Team Champions...90 State Team Records...94 State Individual Records...95 State Touranment Records...96 Past Most Valuable Players...98 Past Mr. Basketball Award Winners...99 GIRLS BASKETBALL 2013 State Champions Past State Team Champions State Team Records State Individual Records State Touranment Records Past Most Valuable Players Past Miss Basketball Award Winners

5 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 3333 Lebanon Road P.O. Box 319 Hermitage, TN P - (615) F - (615) SPRING SPORTS SPORTS BASEBALL 2013 State Champions Past State Team Champions State Tournament Records GIRLS SOFTBALL 2013 State Champions Past State Team Champions State Tournament Records SOCCER 2013 State Champions Past State Team Champions BOYS TENNIS 2013 State Champions Past State Team & Individual Champions GIRLS TENNIS 2013 State Champions Past State Team & Individual Champions BOYS TRACK 2013 State Champions Past State Team Champions Past Decathlon Champions Past Shot Put Champions Past Discus Champions Past Long Jump Champions Past Triple Jump Champions Past High Jump Champions Past Pole Vault Champions Past 110 Meter High Hurdles Champions Past 300 Meter Low Hurdles Champions Past 100 Meter Dash Champions Past 200 Meter Dash Champions Past 400 Meter Dash Champions Past 800 Meter Run Champions Past 1600 Meter Run Champions Past 3200 Meter Run Champions Past 400 Meter Relay Champions Past 800 Meter Relay Champions Past 1600 Meter Relay Champions Past 3200 Meter Relay Champions TABLE OF CONTENTS SPRING SPORTS SPORTS CONT. GIRLS TRACK 2013 State Champions Past State Team Champions Past Pentathlon Champions Past Shot Put Champions Past Discus Champions Past Long Jump Champions Past Triple Jump Champions Past High Jump Champions Past Pole Vault Champions Past 110 Meter High Hurdles Champions Past 300 Meter Low Hurdles Champions Past 100 Meter Dash Champions Past 200 Meter Dash Champions Past 400 Meter Dash Champions Past 800 Meter Run Champions Past 1600 Meter Run Champions Past 3200 Meter Run Champions Past 400 Meter Relay Champions Past 800 Meter Relay Champions Past 1600 Meter Relay Champions Past 3200 Meter Relay Champions

6 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Boys Golf State Champions Division I, Class A-AA Team Champions Macon County High School (Lafayette, TN) Individual Champion Sydney Chung Madison Academic Magnet High School (Jackson, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Siegel High School (Murfreesboro, TN) Individual Champion Stuart Thomas Farragut High School (Knoxville, TN) 4 Photos Provided By:

7 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Boys Golf State Champions Division II, Class A Individual Champion Grant Hirschman St. George s Independent School (Collierville, TN) Team Champions Evangelical Christian School (Cordova, TN) Division II, Class AA Individual Champion Blake Maum Baylor School (Chattanooga, TN) Team Champions Baylor School (Chattanooga, TN) Photos Provided By: 5

8 TSSAA BOYS GOLF PAST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE HOLES SITE 2012 AAA - Stuart Thomas, Farragut 140 Arjuna Anday, Siegel WillowBrook Ben Wolcott, Dickson County A-AA - Sydney Chung, Madison 146 Alexander Riddle, Notre Dame WillowBrook DII-AA - Blake Maum, Baylor 139 Andrew Weathers, McCallie WillowBrook DII-A - Grant Hirschman, St. George s 137 Carter Billingsley, ECS WillowBrook 2011 AAA - Tyler Guy, Rossview 138 Wes Gosselin, Hardin Valley WillowBrook A-AA - Dowling Armstrong, Lipscomb 138 Bryce Kendrick, Knoxville Grace WillowBrook DII-AA - Gordon Hulgan, McCallie 69 Case White, McCallie WillowBrook DII-A - Connor Davis, SBEC 67 Rob Talbott, Knoxville Webb WillowBrook 2010 AAA - John Luke Tyner, Collierville 138 Adam Cunningham, Cookeville WillowBrook A-AA - Grant Daugherty, Alcoa 144 Lee Whitehead, CAK WillowBrook DII-AA - Patrick Clossin, McCallie 141 Zach Olsen, MUS WillowBrook DII-A - Grant Hirschman, St. George s 148 Connor Davis, SBEC WillowBrook 2009 AAA - Jordan Jennings, Jefferson Co. 143 Brett Patterson, Warren Co Old Fort A-AA - Payne Denman, DeKalb Co. 140 Kory Webb, CAK Old Fort DII-AA - Dylan Healey, Brentwood Aca. 142 Taylor Davis, BA & Zach Olsen, MUS Old Fort DII-A - Hunter Kraus, St. George s 141 Will Pearson, ECS Old Fort 2008 AAA - Cory Gaylord, Germantown 68 Mason Griffin, Oak Ridge Old Fort A-AA - Payne Denman, DeKalb Co. 139 Greg Kitts, Anderson Co Old Fort DII-AA - Zach Olsen, MUS 138 Ryan Thornton, Baylor Old Fort DII-A - Hunter Kraus, St. George s 142 John Michael Sisinni, SBEC Old Fort 2007 AAA - Andrew Miller, Clarksville 138 Cory Gaylor, Houston Old Fort A-AA - Joe David, Goodpasture 135 Dylan Waters, David Lipscomb Old Fort DII-AA - Will Pearson, ECS 139 Burch, MBA; Mitchell & Vandeventer, Baylor Old Fort DII-A - Hunter Kraus, St. George s 142 Ryan DuLaney, Harding Academy Old Fort 2006 AAA - Hunter Green, Rhea Co. 141 Jack Belote, Bolton Old Fort A-AA - Jeremy Lawson, Hixson 144 Justin Walker, Goodpasture Old Fort Div. II - Wes Roach, Knoxville Webb 139 Harris English, Baylor Old Fort 2005 AAA - Hunter Green, Rhea Co. 137 Derek Rende, Soddy Daisy Old Fort A-AA - Chase Grissom, Lexington 143 Tom Tipton, Haywood Tims Ford Div. II - Harris English, Baylor 135 Jonathan Fly, ECS Clifton 2004 AAA - Jonathan Hodge, Jefferson Co. 141 David Holmes, Knoxville West Pickwick A-AA - Paul Apyan, Hixson 141 Craig Smith, Davidson Aca Old Fort Div. II - Bobby Hudson, MUS 140 Seth Brandon, Baylor Crossville 2003 AAA - James Brandon, Clarksville 141 Bud Reynolds, Knoxville West Crossville A-AA - Campbell Brewer, CPA 149 Brad Stevens, FRA Pickwick Wesley Stewart, Humboldt Div. II - Seth Brandon, Baylor 130 Scott Tashie, MUS Bear Trace 2002 AAA - Cody Hale, Tullahoma 139 Spencer Provow, Oakland Bear Trace A-AA - Bradley Pate, USJ 138 Matthew Mincer, CAK Old Fort Brent Long, Smith County Div. II - Luke List, Baylor 144 Reed Davis, ECS Pickwick 2001 AAA - Ross Cox, Farragut 138 Spencer Provow, Oakland Mont. Bell John Brannen, Clarksville A-AA - Jerre Maynor, Hume Fogg 147 Jim Youngblood, Portland Horton Brandon Burris, Goodpasture Matt Mincer, Christian Aca. of Knoxville Div. II - Luke List, Baylor 140 Ryan Mayberry, ECS Old Fort 2000 AAA - Clint Cromwell, Hardin Co. 138 Richard Lowe, Science Hill Old Fort A-AA - Brent Long, Smith Co. 142 Seven Tie for 2nd Mont. Bell Div II - Chris Robinson, ECS 138 Eric Beaty, MUS Horton 1999 AAA - Andy Vaughn, Oakland 136 Willie Daniels, Tullahoma Horton A-AA - Joey Morefield, Marshall Co. 145 Jeff Page, Jackson Christian Old Fort Div. II - Eric Beaty, MUS 143 Charlie Gibson, BGA Grey Stone 1998 AAA Alan Weant, Germantown 142 Andrew Pratt, Bartlett Horton A-AA John Brannen, USJ 151 Taylor Bowers, Davidson Aca Old Fort Div. II - Brandt Snedeker, MBA 142 Ben James, MUS Pine Creek 1997 AAA - David Gossett, Germantown 142 Clint Cromwell, Hardin Co Horton A-AA - Joey Morefield, Marshall Co. 147 C.Short, Jacks.Chr. / M.Robinson, Meigs Co Old Fort Div. II - Brandt Snedeker, MBA 142 Matt Gallant, Father Ryan Graymere 1996 AAA-Matt McWilliams, Franklin 139 Andy Brimer, Morristown West Horton A-AA-Walter Chun, MUS 152 Rob Tayloe, ECS Old Fort 1995 AAA-Richard Spangler, Chatt. Baylor 132 Andy Brimer, Morristown West Horton A-AA-Ryo Fukami, Alcoa 141 Peter Pettit, MUS Old Fort 1994 AAA-David Gossett, Mem.CBHS 143 Tucker Warren, Father Ryan Horton A-AA-Mike Findley, Nash.Lips 143 Michael Trailov, BGA Old Fort 6

9 TSSAA BOYS GOLF PAST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE HOLES SITE 1993 AAA-P.J. Smith,Morristwn West 143 Doug Peterson, Northeast Horton A-AA-Haymes Snedeker,Nash.FRA 147 Clay Hampton, Camden Old Fort 1992 AAA-Josh Gregory, Mem.CBHS 147 Mike Davenport, Science Hill Horton A-AA-Jake Renfro, Loudon 146 Trip Powell, ECS Old Fort 1991 AAA-Garrett Willis, Farragut 139 Jason Walters, CBHS Horton A-AA-Joel Hepler,BrentwoodAc. 151 Jacob Renfro, Loudon Old Fort 1990 Chad Starliper, Kn.Farragut 146 Mark Mallard, Gallatin Horton 1989 Andrew Price, Morristown West 145 Billy Maynard, Clarksville Horton 1988 Tommy Johnston, Kn.Farragut 148 Scott Robertson, Briarcrest Horton 1987 Donnie Cooper, Knox. Halls 152 David Shoaf, Briarcrest Horton 1986 Shaun Michael, CBHS 148 Chris Cain, Knoxville Webb Horton 1985 Bobby Ware, Mem. Harding 72 Donnie Nichol, Notre Dame Horton 1984 Shaun Michael, CBHS 70 Don O Block, Farragut Two Rivers 1983 (Fall)Rick Robbins,Mem.CBHS 146 Gibby Gilbert,III, Tyner Horton 1983 (Spring)Craig Rudolph,Clrksvl 145 Joe Meade, Greeneville Horton 1982 David Williams, Nash.MBA 143 Ray Pearce, Jacksn Old Hickory Horton 1981 Scott Haile, Warren County 144 Brad Weaver, CBHS Horton 1980 Brad Weaver, CBHS 144 Pat Nanny, Martin Westview Horton 1979 Bob Wolcott, Dickson County 71 Don Alkenburg, Fayetteville Horton 1978 Stuart Smith, Brentwood Ac. 144 Frankie Campbell, Whitehaven Horton 1977 Frankie Campbell,Whitehvn 141 Bob Wolcott, Dickson Co Horton 1976 Bret Weaver, MUS 144 Sherrill Flick, Tennessee Horton 1975 Putter Robbins, CBHS 148 Brit Gober, McGavock Harpeth Hills 1974 Ben Talley, Tennessee 149 Mike Patrick, Brainerd Harpeth Hills 1973 Jim Orgain, Clarksville 144 Kirk Bailey, White Station Harpeth Hills 1972 Ed Hiestand, Hillsboro 141 Mike Nelms, Chattanooga City Harpeth Hills 1970 Jimmy Jones, Happy Valley 145 Hall Reynolds, Chattanooga City Harpeth Hills 1971 Mike Nelms, Chattannoga City 141 Bill Argabrite, Dobyns Bennett Harpeth Hills 1969 Tommy Estes, Selmer 150 M.Mills, E.Hiestand, Z.Brown tied Harpeth Hills 1968 Chip Carlen, Cookeville 147 Jn. Ledbetter, Jax., D.Shipp, H. tied Harpeth Hills 1967 Corker DeLoach, McMinville City 141 Jim Follain, Knoxville Catholic Harpeth Hills 1966 Bob Wilson, CBHS 140 Ardie Knight, NashvilleTwo Rivers Harpeth Hills 1965 Corker DeLoach, McMinville City 139 D.Kenney, Grnvl; L.Gardner, Tul. tied Shelby 1964 Larry White, Chattanooga Central 140 Charles Taylor, Chattanooga City Shelby 1963 Mike Malarkey, Chattanooga City 142 Lee Campbell, J.C.(won RU playoff) Shelby 1962 Mike Malarkey, Chattanooga City 146 Tommy Hanlon, Memphis Messick Shelby 1961 Mike Malarkey, Chattanooga City 139 Steve Lichtman, White Station Shelby 1960 Billy (Boots) Scott, Dupont 145 Danny Gibson, Nashville East Shelby 1959 Danny Gibson, Nashville East 155 John Abernathy, Science Hill Shelby 1958 Danny Gibson, Nashville East 149 Walton Smith, Clarksville Shelby 1957 Virgil Prater, Alcoa 208 Joel Vinson, Dupont Shelby 1956 Lou Graham, Father Ryan 221 Buddy Foxall, MBA Shelby 1955 Roy Moore, Memphis East 216 Charlie Joe Kochenderfer, Memphis East Mem. Colonial 1954 Harold Stevens, Nashville East 212 David Tant, Nashville East McCabe Field 1953 David Tant, Nashville East 214 P.Temple, MBA; H.Stevens, East tied Shelby 1952 Mason Rudolph, Clarksville 206 Palmer Temple, MBA Shelby 1951 Mason Rudolph, Clarksville 212 Jimmy Pickel, Nashville East Shelby 1950 Robert Godwin, Memphis Catholic 220 Hillman Robbins, Memphis Central Shelby 1949 Ed Trimble, Chattanooga Central 237 Jimmy Pickel, Nashville East Chat.Riverview 1948 Harry Shoemaker, Chattanooga Central 229 Pat Young, Father Ryan Woodmont 1947 Jimmy Muhlig, Dupont 229 B.Liggett, Cohn; J.Griscom, MBA tied Woodmont 1946 Dick Holley, Memphis South Side 225 J.Andrews, Ryan;B.Liggett, Cohn Richland 1945 Bob Adams, Dupont 232 Billy Permenter, Memphis South Side Richland 1944 Edgar Bailey, Memphis Central 220 Bob Adams, Dupont Shelby 1943 Bobby Mills, Knoxville Central 297 John Epting, Memphis Messick Telegraphic 1942 Dean Bailey, Memphis Central 221 Jack Campbell, Memphis Messick Shelby 1941 Willard Miller, Chattanooga Central 221 Gene Yow, Memphis Messick Shelby 1940 Gene Yow, Memphis Messick 149 Jimmy Wittenberg, Memphis Central Shelby 1939 Jimmy Wittenberg, Memphis Central 152 Ralph Levy, Memphis Central Shelby 1938 Ermal Allen, Morristown 152 Ned Walker, Dobyns Bennett Morristown CC 7

10 TSSAA BOYS GOLF PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE HOLES SITE 2012 Siegel (AAA) 593 Houston WillowBrook Macon County (A-AA) 619 Alcoa WillowBrook Evangelical Christian School (DII-A) 609 St. George s WillowBrook Baylor (DII-AA) 582 McCallie WillowBrook 2011 Hendersonville (AAA) 590 Brentwood WillowBrook Notre Dame (A-AA) 607 David Lipscomb WillowBrook Evangelical Christian School (DII-A) 299 St. George s WillowBrook McCallie (DII-AA) 283 Battle Ground Academy WillowBrook 2010 Hendersonville (AAA) 592 Houston WillowBrook Christian Aca. Of Knox. (A-AA) 614 Notre Dame WillowBrook St. George s (DII-A) 622 Evangelical Christian Sch WillowBrook McCallie (DII-AA) 595 Briarcrest WillowBrook 2009 Farragut (AAA) 596 Hendersonville Old Fort Christian Aca. of Knox. (A-AA) 612 Christ Presbyterian Aca Old Fort Evangelical Chr. Sch. (DII-A) 625 University School of Jackson Old Fort Brentwood Aca. (DII-AA) 590 Memphis University School Old Fort 2008 Farragut (AAA) 295 Houston Old Fort Christ Presbyterian Aca. (A-AA) 609 Anderson County Old Fort St. George s (DII-A) 615 SBEC Old Fort Baylor (DII-AA) 574 Memphis University School Old Fort 2007 Houston (AAA) 595 Cookeville Old Fort David Lipscomb (A-AA) 599 University School of Jackson Old Fort St. George s (DII-A) 623 First Assembly Chr. School Old Fort Baylor (DII-AA) 568 Memphis University School Old Fort 2006 Clarksville (AAA) 588 Science Hill Old Fort Univ. School of Jackson (A-AA) 613 Goodpasture Old Fort Baylor (Div. II) 577 Knoxville Webb Old Fort 2005 Clarksville (AAA) 581 Houston Old Fort Goodpasture (A-AA) 594 Seymour Tims Ford Baylor (Div. II) 583 Knoxville Webb Clifton 2004 Jefferson Co. (AAA) 597 Houston Pickwick Hixson (A-AA) 612 Goodpasture Old Fort Baylor (Div. II) 600 Memphis University School Crossville 2003 Science Hill (AAA) 607 Clarksville Crossville Lexington (A-AA) 642 Christ Presbyterian Academy Pickwick Baylor (Div. II) 565 Memphis University School Tims Ford 2002 Clarksville (AAA) 581 Oakland Bear Trace Univ. School of Jackson (A-AA) 590 Christ Presbyterian Academy Old Fort McCallie (Div. II) 609 Baylor Pickwick 2001 Science Hill (AAA) 586 Clarksville Mont. Bell Goodpasture (A-AA) 623 Lenoir City Horton Baylor (Div. II) 579 Evangelical Christian School Old Fort 2000 Hardin Co. (AAA) 594 Science Hill Old Fort Kingston (A-AA) 593 Goodpasture Mont. Bell Baylor (Div. II) 592 Memphis University School Horton 1999 Oakland (AAA) 599 McMinn County Horton Kingston (A-AA) 598 Marshall Co Old Fort Baylor (Div. II) 598 Nashville MBA Greystone 1998 McMinn County (AAA) 607 Bartlett Horton Marshall Co. (A-AA) 627 Roane County Old Fort Memphis CBHS (Div. II) 580 Memphis University School Pine Creek 1997 Germantown (AAA) 603 Johnson City Science Hill Horton Marshall Co. (A-AA) 633 Nash. Franklin Road Acad Old Fort Memphis CBHS (Div. II) 598 Nashville MBA Graymere 1996 Chatt. Baylor (AAA) 594 Johnson City Science Hill Horton Memphis University School 633 Franklin Road Academy Old Fort 1995 Chatt. Baylor (AAA) 573 Morristown West Horton Cordova ECS (A-AA) 635 Battle Ground Academy Old Fort 1994 Chatt. Baylor (AAA) 601 Memphis CBHS Horton Mem. Univ. School (A-AA) 629 Battle Ground Academy Old Fort 1993 Chatt. Baylor (AAA) 609 Lexington 610* 36 Horton Mem. Harding Academy (A-AA) 629 Battle Ground Academy Old Fort 1992 Knox. Farragut (AAA) 625 Chatt. Hixson Henry Horton Nash. Goodpasture (A-AA) 625 Cordova Evangelical Christian Old Fort 1991 Knox. Farragut (AAA) 598 Memphis CBHS Henry Horton Mem. Univ. School (A-AA) 651 Battle Ground Academy Old Fort 1990 Memphis CBHS 608 Baylor Henry Horton 8

11 TSSAA BOYS GOLF PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE HOLES SITE 1989 Baylor 624 Greeneville Henry Horton 1988 Baylor 633 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett Henry Horton 1987 Memphis Briarcrest 633 Montgomery Bell Henry Horton 1986 Knoxville Halls 617 Memphis CBHS Henry Horton 1985 Farragut/NotreDame(tie) 304 (Rain, no playoff for title) Henry Horton 1984 Memphis CBHS 308 Farragut/Notre Dame(tie) N. Two Rivers 1983 Greeneville (Fall) 610 Memphis CBHS Henry Horton 1983 Clarksville (Spring) 613 Montgomery Bell Henry Horton 1982 Montgomery Bell 599 Johnson City Sc.Hill Henry Horton 1981 Tullahoma 615 Montgomery Bell Henry Horton 1980 Tullahoma 615 Montgomery Bell Henry Horton 1979 Tennessee (Bristol) 313 Memphis CBHS Henry Horton 1978 Tullahoma 610 Memphis Harding Henry Horton 1977 Nash. Overton 609 Mem. Univ. School Henry Horton 1976 Tennessee (Bristol) 614 Mem. Univ. School Henry Horton 1975 Memphis CBHS 635 Chatt. Notre Dame Harpeth Hills 1974 Clarksville 619 Chatt. Notre Dame Harpeth Hills 1973 Montgomery Bell 614 Johnson City Science Hill Harpeth Hills 1972 Chattanooga City 611 Montgomery Bell Harpeth Hills 1971 Montgomery Bell 611 Johnson City Science Hill Harpeth Hills 1970 Chattanooga City 618 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett Harpeth Hills 1969 Memphis CBHS 625 Nash. Hillwood Harpeth Hills 1968 Knox. Holston 609 Memphis CBHS Harpeth Hills 1967 Nsh. Two Rivers 614 Nash. Hillwood Harpeth Hills 1966 Memphis CBHS 606 Nash. Two Rivers Harpeth Hills 1965 Jackson 622 Memphis Catholic Shelby 1964 Chattanooga City 611 White Station Shelby 1963 Memphis Central 618 White Station Shelby 1962 Lewis County 625 Chattanooga City Shelby 1961 White Station 631 Chattanooga City Shelby 1960 Nashville Dupont 649 Bradley Central Shelby 1959 Science Hill 673 Bradley Central Shelby 1958 Nashville East 632 Memphis South Side Shelby 1957 Montgomery Bell Academy 932 Nashville Dupont Shelby 1956 Memphis South Side 956 Nashville Dupont Shelby 1955 Memphis East 916 Memphis Central M. Colonial 1954 Nashville East 875 Christian Brothers McCabe 1953 Father Ryan 895 Nashville East Shelby 1952 Nashville East 942 Clarksville Shelby 1951 Chattanooga Central 932 Clarksville Shelby 1950 Memphis Central 923 Christian Brothers Shelby 1949 Christian Brothers 1,009 Nahsville East 1, C. Riverview 1948 Treadwell 944 Nashville East Woodmont 1947 Treadwell 994 Nashville Dupont Woodmont 1946 Father Ryan 942 Hillsboro Richland 1945 Hillsboro 980 Father Ryan 1, Richland 1944 Memphis Messick 958 Nashville Dupont Shelby 1943 Memphis Central 1,332 Knoxville Central 1, Telegraphic 1942 Nashville East 919 Memphis Central Shelby 1941 Memphis Messick 927 Memphis Central Shelby 1940 Memphis Messick 629 Nashville East Shelby 1939 Memphis Central 609 Nashville East Shelby 1938 Morristown 671 Dobyns Bennett Morristown CC 9

12 MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 16 - Baylor ( ) 8 - Christian Brothers ( ) 5 - Clarksville ( ) 5 - Farragut ( ) 4 - Evangelical Christian School ( ) 4 - Memphis Central ( ) 4 - Montgomery Bell Academy ( ) 4 - Nashville East ( ) 3 - Chattanooga City ( ) 3 - Goodpasture ( ) 3 - McCallie ( ) 3 - Memphis Messick ( ) 3 - Memphis University School ( ) 3 - Science Hill ( ) 3 - St. George s ( ) 3 - Tullahoma ( ) 2 - Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) 2 - Father Ryan ( ) 2 - Hendesonville ( ) 2 - Kingston ( ) 2 - Marshall County ( ) 2 - Notre Dame ( ) 2 - Tennessee ( ) 2 - Treadwell ( ) 2 - Unviersity School of Jackson ( ) CONSECUTIVE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 6 - Baylor ( ) 4 - Baylor ( ) 3 - Baylor ( ) 2 - Baylor ( ) 2 - Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) 2 - Chrstian Brothers ( ) 2 - Clarksville ( ) 2 - Evangelical Christian School ( ) 2 - Farragut ( ; ) 2 - Hendersonville ( ) 2 - Marshall County ( ) 2 - McCallie ( ) 2 - Memphis Messick ( ) 2 - St. George s ( ) 2 - Treadwell ( ) 2 - Tullahoma ( ) TSSAA STATE BOYS GOLF TEAM RECORDS BEST 36-HOLE TEAM SCORES Baylor (2003, Tims Ford) Baylor (2007, Old Fort) Baylor (1995, Horton) Baylor (2008, Old Fort) Baylor (2006, Old Fort) Baylor (2001, Old Fort) Christian Brothers (1998, Pine Creek) Clarksville (2002, Tims Ford) Clarksville (2005, Old Fort) Baylor (2012, WillowBrook) Baylor (2005, Clifton) Science Hill (2001, Montgomery Bell) Clarksville (2006, Old Fort) University School of Jackson (2002, Old Fort) Brentwood Academy (2009, Old Fort) Hendersonville (2011, WillowBrook) Baylor (2000, Henry Horton) Hendersonville (2010, WillowBrook) Kingston (2000, Montgomery Bell) Siegel (2012, WillowBrook) BEST 18-HOLE TEAM SCORES Baylor (2006, Old Fort) Baylor (1995, Horton) Baylor (2003, Tims Ford) Baylor (2007, Old Fort) Nashville East (1954, McCabe) Baylor (2003, Tims Ford) Baylor (2008, Tims Ford) BEST 54-HOLE TEAM SCORES Nashville East (1954, McCabe) WIDEST WINNING TEAM STROKE MARGIN 58 - Memphis Central / Nashville East ( , 1939, Shelby) 55 - Memphis East / Memphis Central ( , 1955, M. Colonial) 10

13 TSSAA STATE BOYS GOLF INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 3 - Mike Malarkey, Chattanooga City ( ) 3 - Hunter Kraus, St. George s ( ) 2 - Luke List, Baylor ( ) 2 - David Gossett, Christian Brothers/Germantown ( ) 2 - Shaun Micheal, Christian Brothers ( ) 2 - Mason Rudolph, Clarksville ( ) 2 - Payne Denman, DeKalb County ( ) 2 - Corker DeLoach, McMinnville City ( ) 2 - Brandt Snedeker, Montgomery Bell Academy ( ) 2 - Joey Morefield, Marshall County ( ) 2 - Danny Gibson, Nashville East ( ) 2 - Hunter Green, Rhea County ( ) 2 - Grant Hirschman, St. George s ( ) SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 8 - Christian Brothers ( ) 6 - Baylor ( ) 6 - Clarksville ( ) 5 - Farragut ( ) 5 - Memphis University School ( ) 5 - St. George s ( ) 4 - Chattanooga Central ( ) 4 - Chattanooga City ( ) 4 - Nashville East ( ) 3 - Alcoa ( ) 3 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 3 - Memphis Central ( ) 3 - Montgomery Bell Academy ( ) 3 - Nashville Dupont ( ) 2 - David Lipscomb ( ) 2 - DeKalb County ( ) 2 - Evangelical Christian School ( ) 2 - Germantown ( ) 2 - Hixson ( ) 2 - Jefferson County ( ) 2 - Marshall County ( ) 2 - McCallie ( ) 2 - McMinnville City ( ) 2 - Morristown West ( ) 2 - Rhea County ( ) 2 - University School of Jackson ( ) BEST 54-HOLE INDIVIDUAL MEDAL SCORE Mason Rudolph, Clarksville ( ; 1952; Shelby, par 73) BEST 36-HOLE INDIVIDUAL MEDALIST SCORES Seth Brandon, Baylor (2003, Tims Ford) Richard Spangler, Baylor (1995, Horton) Harris English, Baylor (2005, Clifton) Joe David, Goodpasture (2007, Old Fort) Andy Vaughn, Oakland (1999, Horton) Hunter Green, Rhea County (2005, Old Fort) Grant Hirschman, St. George s (2012, WillowBrook) Drew Miller, Clarksville (2007, Old Fort) John Luke Tyner, Collierville (2010, WillowBrook) Dowling Armstrong, David Lipscomob (2011, WillowBrook) Ross Cox, Farragut (2001, Montgomery Bell) Clint Cromwell, Hardin County (2000, Old Fort) Zach Olsen, Memphis University School (2008, Old Fort) Tyler Guy, Rossview (2011, WillowBrook) Bradley Pate, University School of Jackson (2002, Old Fort) Blake Maum, Baylor (2012, WillowBrook) Mike Malarkey, Chattanooga City (1961, Shelby) Payne Denman, DeKalb County (2008, Old Fort) Will Pearson, Evangelical Christian School (2007, Old Fort) Garrett Willis, Farragut (1991, Horton) Matt McWilliams, Franklin (1996, Horton) Corker DeLoach, McMinnville City (1965, Shelby) Cody Hale, Tullahoma (2002, Tims Ford) Wes Roach, Webb School of Knoxville (2006, Old Fort) BEST 18-HOLE INDIVIDUAL MEDALIST SCORES 63 - (8 under par) - Seth Brandon, Baylor (2003, Tims Ford) 63 - (9 under par) - Richard Spangler, Baylor (1995, Horton) 64 - (9 under par) - Mason Rudolph, Clarksville (1952, Shelby) 64 - (8 under par) - Joe David, Goodpasture (2007, Old Fort) 65 - (7 under par) - John Luke Tyner, Collierville (2010, WillowBrook) 65 - (7 under par) - Andy Vaughn, Oakland (1999, Horton) 66 - (6 under par) - Harris English, Baylor (2006, Old Fort) 66 - (6 under par) - Michael Morrison, Baylor (1995, Horton) 66 - (6 under par) - Dowling Armstrong, D. Lipscomb (2011, WillowBrook) 66 - (6 under par) - Hunter Green, Rhea County (2005, Old Fort) 66 - (6 under par) - Scott Metcalf, Univ. School of Jackson (2007, Old Fort) 66 - (6 under par) - Bradley Pate, Univ. School of Jackson (2002, Old Fort) WIDEST WINNING INDIVIDUAL STROKE MARGIN - 36 HOLES 10 - Ryo Fukami, Alcoa / Peter Pettit, MUS ( ; 1995; Old Fort) WIDEST WINNING INDIVIDUAL STROKE MARGIN - 54 HOLES 15 - Virgil Prater, Alcoa / Joel Vinson, N. Dupont ( ; 1957; Shelby) 11

14 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Girls Golf State Champions Division I, Class A-AA Team Champions Signal Mountain High School (Signal Mountain, TN) Individual Champion Sophia Schubert Christian Academy of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Clarksville High School (Clarksville, TN) Individual Champion Samantha Gotcher Clarksville High School (Clarksville, TN) 12 Photos Provided By:

15 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Girls Golf State Champions Division II, Class A Individual Champion Rachel Johnson Franklin Road Academy (Nashville, TN) Team Champions Franklin Road Academy (Nashville, TN) Division II, Class AA Individual Champion Blakesly Warren Baylor School (Chattanooga, TN) Team Champions Baylor School (Chattanooga, TN) Photos Provided By: 13

16 TSSAA GIRLS GOLF PAST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE HOLES SITE 2012 AAA - Samantha Gotcher, Clarksville 141 Abbie Gregory, Beech WillowBrook A-AA - Sophia Schubert, CAK 146 Haley Davidson, Signal Mountain WillowBrook Jessica Zweifel, Page 161 DII-AA - Blakesly Warren, Baylor 144 Alexandra Farnsworth, Ensworth WillowBrook DII-A - Rachel Johnson, FRA 148 Nicole Page, FRA WillowBrook 2011 AAA - Emily Williams, Lawrence Co. 145 Gotcher, Clarksville; Gregory, Beech WillowBrook A-AA - Marlee Ingham, Creek Wood 147 Mallory Sullivan, DeKalb Co WillowBrook DII-AA - Alexandra Farnsworth, Ensworth 145 Portera, St. Agnes; Warren, Baylor WillowBrook DII-A - Sara Garmezy, USN 156 Sarah Harris, DCA WillowBrook 2010 AAA - Kendall Martindale, Jefferson Co. 143 Samantha Gotcher, Clarksville WillowBrook A-AA - Sophia Schubert, CAK 145 Mercedes Smith, Monterey WillowBrook DII-AA - Mary Virginia Portera, St. Agnes 148 Alexandra Farnsworth, Ensworth WillowBrook DII-A - Kensi Wieland, Webb 152 Jennifer Kim, St. George s WillowBrook 2009 AAA - Taylor Manning, Ravenwood 141 Kendall Martindale, Jefferson Co Old Fort A-AA - Jordan Britt, Signal Mountain 144 Lindy McGuire, Alcoa Old Fort DII-AA - Mary Alice Murphy, GPS 147 Kaleigh Toole, Baylor Old Fort DII-A - Sarah Harris, DCA 147 Jordan Hollinshead, DCA Old Fort 2008 AAA - Natalie Mitchell, Houston 71 Catherine Smith, Rossview Old Fort A-AA - Shelby Gilbert, Notre Dame 142 Katherine Bell, USJ; Blake Childress, Hume Fogg Old Fort DII-AA - Sofia Hoglund, Baylor 139 Morgan McQuary, Baylor Old Fort DII-A - Stephanie Smith, Davidson Academy 143 Becca Goodman, St. George s Old Fort 2007 AAA - Lauren Stratton, Independence 141 Alyssa Randolph, Farragut Old Fort A-AA - Shelby Gilbert, Notre Dame 146 Peyton Ritchie, Christian Aca. of Knoxville Old Fort DII-AA - Brooke Pancake, Baylor 143 Leigh Henderson, Knoxville Webb Old Fort DII-A - Stephanie Smith, Davidson Academy 145 Katie Mitchell, King s Academy Old Fort 2006 AAA - Erika Thornton, Farragut 142 Hannah Weathersby, Franklin Co Old Fort A-AA - Ashley Lance, FRA 140 Jessica Tarbet, Gibbs Old Fort Div. II - Brooke Pancake, Baylor 138 Morgan McQuary, Baylor Old Fort 2005 AAA - Lauren Stratton, Independence 140 Kellye Belcher, Bolton Old Fort A-AA - Ashley Lance, FRA 154 Katie Pursell, Goodpasture Tims Ford Div. II - Brooke Pancake, Baylor 150 Calle Nielson, USN Clifton 2004 AAA - Mallory Bishop, Bearden 147 Jillian Jones, Cumberland Co Pickwick A-AA - Natalie Edwards, Univ. Sch. Jackson 145 Ashley Lance, Franklin Road Aca Old Fort Div. II - Brooke Pancake, Baylor 149 Taylor Bunnell, St. Benedict Crossville 2003 AAA - Taylor Cooper, Rossview 150 Kayla Stewart, Cookeville Crossville A-AA - Elizabeth Dotson, Creek Wood 151 Anna Claire Daniels, Chr. Aca. Knox Pickwick Div. II - Beth Felts, Baylor 141 Ashleigh Garman, St. Cecilia Tims Ford 2002 AAA - Holly Cantwell, Morristown West 148 Mallory Bishop, Bearden Bear Trace A-AA - Eilzabeth Dotson, Creek Wood 139 Jennifer Davis, Seymour Old Fort Div. II - Jenny Kim, King s Academy 152 Taylor Bunnell, St. Benedict Pickwick 2001 AAA - Ashley Harris, Soddy Daisy 146 Holly Cantwell, Morristown West Mont. Bell A-AA - Jennifer Davis, Seymour 154 Audra Williams, Harpeth Horton Grace Holmes, Lexington 156 Div. II - Beth Felts, Baylor 149 Catherine Hicks, Baylor Old Fort 2000 AAA - Amanda Harter, Soddy Daisy 141 Laura McCaslin, Cookeville Old Fort A-AA - Elizabeth Dotson, David Lipscomb 149 Jennifer Lewis, Seymour Mont. Bell Div. II - May Wood, Baylor 152 Kate May, Baylor Horton 1999 AAA - Courtney Wood, Brentwood 147 Laura McCaslin, Cookeville Horton A-AA - Sarah Jacobs, Davidson Acad. 140 Melissa Kinnard, Lewis Co Old Fort Div. II - May Wood, Baylor 151 Teesha Ash, Notre Dame Greystone 1998 AAA - Courtney Wood, Brentwood 149 Mary Elizabeth Brice, Tullahoma Horton A-AA - Sarah Jacobs, Davidson Acad. 141 Samantha Fox, Davidson Academy Old Fort Div. II - May Wood, Baylor 151 Brooke Hixon, Girls Preparatory School Pine Creek 1997 AAA - Amanda Phillips, ClarksNE 157 Courtney Wood, Brentwood Horton A-AA - Samantha Fox, Davidson Acad. 140 Sarah Jacobs, DA/Melanie Hagewood, MnCen Old Fort Div. II - Elizabeth Hallman, Baylor 163 Joni Gossett, St. Mary s Graymere 1996 AAA-Paula Carter, Henry Co. 152 Amanda Phillips, Clarksville NE Horton A-AA-Susan Lanier, Giles Co. 147 Samantha Fox, Nash. Davidson Acad Old Fort 1995 AAA-Paula Carter, Henry Co. 163 A. Gibby, Brntwd / A. Surowka, Wh.Sta Horton A-AA-Samantha Fox, Davidson Acad. 146 Emily Burch, Mem. St. Agnes Old Fort 1994 AAA-Rachael Short, Murf.Riverdale 156 Paula Carter, Henry Co Horton A-AA-Emily Burch, Mem.St.Agnes 148 Danielle Netschi, Mem.Lausanne Old Fort 1993 AAA-Meredith Thomas,Mrf.Oakland 154 Rachael Short,Mrf.Riverdale Horton A-AA-Katie Gallina,Mem.St.AgnesAc. 144 Rachel Thompson, Ripley Old Fort 1992 AAA-Meredith Thomas,Mrf.Oakland 155 Ashli Price, Morristown West Horton A-AA-Rachel Thompson, Ripley 152 Nina Samuelu, Stewart County Old Fort 14

17 TSSAA GIRLS GOLF PAST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE HOLES SITE 1991 AAA-Ashli Price, Morristown West 152 Jennifer McCormick, Bartlett Horton A-AA-Rachel Thompson, Ripley 162 Katie Gallina, Mem.St.Agnes Old Fort 1990 Lisa Phipps, Happy Valley 160 Jennifer Haley, Warren County Horton 1989 Celeste Nelson, Hixson 169 Ashli Price, Morristown West Horton 1988 Angie Boyd, Jefferson County 167 Melanie Gray, McMinn County Horton 1987 Chris Dacri, Nash. Father Ryan 163 Millette Mallard, Waverly Horton 1986 Millette Mallard, Waverly 158 Julie Scott,Hendrsnvlle Beech Horton 1985 Karen Socha, Greeneville 117 Kris Meyer, Mem. Hutchison Horton 1984 Karen Socha, Greeneville 78 Andrea Vescovo, Mem. Bishop Byrne TwoRvrs 1983 (Fall)Karen Socha, Greeneville 169 Andrea Vescovo, Mem. Bishop Byrne Horton 1983 (Spring)Karen Socha, Greeneville 159 Nita Drinnon, Chatt. GPS Horton 1982 Kelly Brannon, Franklin 160 Cynthia Giannini, Germantown Horton 1981 Lissa Bradford,Nash.Harpeth Hall 163 N.Drinnon,GPS;K.Romberg,Tul. tied Horton 1980 Karin Romberg, Tullahoma 153 Drinnon,Bradford,Stansberry tied Horton 1979 Karin Romberg, Tullahoma 79 L.Rader,C.Jennings,N.Drinnon tied Horton 1978 Cindy Davis, Nash. Goodpasture 157 Karin Romberg, Tullahoma Horton 1977 Lynda Wimberly, Franklin 151 Charlotte Grant, Chatt.GPS Horton 1976 Lynda Wimberly, Franklin 158 Debbie Walker, Chatt. GPS Horton 1975 Charlotte Grant, Chatt. GPS 159 Lynda Wimberly, Franklin Harpeth Hills 15

18 TSSAA GIRLS GOLF PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE HOLES SITE 2012 Clarksville (AAA) 292 Farragut WillowBrook Signal Mountain (A-AA) 329 Macon County WillowBrook Baylor (DII-AA) 298 Ensworth WillowBrook Franklin Road Academy (DII-A) 296 University School of Nashville WillowBrook 2011 Clarksville (AAA) 303 Walker Valley WillowBrook Signal Mountain (A-AA) 322 Christian Academy of Knoxville WillowBrook Ensworth (DII-AA) 312 Baylor WillowBrook University School of Nashville (DII-A) 322 Franklin Road Academy WillowBrook 2010 Soddy-Daisy (AAA) 304 Bearden WillowBrook Signal Mountain (A-AA) 331 Santa Fe WillowBrook Baylor (DII-AA) 310 Ensworth WillowBrook Franklin Road Academy (DII-A) 317 University School of Nashville WillowBrook 2009 Soddy-Daisy (AAA) 294 Ravenwood Old Fort Signal Mountain (A-AA) 314 Greeneville Old Fort Baylor (DII-AA) 302 Battle Ground Academy Old Fort Donelson Christian Academy (DII-A) 304 University School of Nashville Old Fort 2008 Rossview (AAA) 153 Soddy-Daisy Old Fort University School of Jackson (A-AA) 308 Notre Dame Old Fort Baylor (DII-AA) 285 Girls Prep. School Old Fort Davidson Academy (DII-A) 310 St. George s Old Fort 2007 Jefferson Co. (AAA) 316 Farragut Old Fort Donelson Christian Aca. (A-AA) 313 Anderson Co Old Fort Baylor (DII-AA) 295 Battle Ground Academy Old Fort Davidson Academy (DII-A) 312 St. George s Old Fort 2006 Farragut (AAA) 290 Hardin Co Old Fort Goodpasture (A-AA) 334 Univ. School of Jackson Old Fort Baylor (Div. II) 280 Girls Prep. School Old Fort 2005 Independence (AAA) 293 Farragut & Jefferson Co Old Fort Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) 311 Portland Tims Ford Baylor (Div. II) 306 Davidson Academy Clifton 2004 Farragut (AAA) 303 Jefferson County Pickwick Davidson Academy (A-AA) 317 Franklin Road Academy Old Fort Baylor (Div. II) 301 Battle Ground Academy Crossville 2003 Rossview (AAA) 321 Bearden Crossville Davidson Academy (A-AA) 313 Franklin Road Academy Pickwick Baylor (Div. II) 295 Univ. School Nashville Tims Ford 2002 Morristown West (AAA) 308 Farragut Bear Trace Davidson Academy (A-AA) 296 Chr. Aca. of Knoxville Old Fort Baylor (Div. II) 315 Brentwood Academy Pickwick 2001 Brentwood (AAA) 313 Morristown West Mont. Bell Christian Aca. of Knox. (A-AA) 347 Upperman Horton Baylor (Div. II) 299 Brentwood Academy Old Fort 2000 Soddy Daisy (AAA) 289 Morristown West Old Fort Davidson Academy (A-AA) 324 David Lipscomb Mont. Bell Baylor (Div. II) 305 Girls Prep. School Horton 1999 Cookeville (AAA) 313 Brentwood Horton Davidson Academy (A-AA) 308 Lewis County Old Fort Baylor (Div. II) 318 Girls Prep. School Greystone 1998 Tullahoma (AAA) 316 Brentwood Horton Davidson Acad. (A-AA) 285 South Fulton Old Fort Baylor (Div. II) 322 St. Mary s Pine Creek 1997 Brentwood HS (AAA) 317 Tullahoma Horton Davidson Academy (A-AA) 296 Univ. School Jackson Old Fort Baylor (Div. II) 338 Mem. St. Mary s Graymere 1996 Baylor (AAA) 337 Tullahoma Horton Davidson Academy (A-AA) 308 Memphis Lausanne Old Fort 1995 Baylor (AAA) 341 Jackson North Side Horton Davidson Academy (A-AA) 313 Mem. St. Agnes Old Fort 1994 Jackson North Side (AAA) 351 Henry County Horton Lausanne (A-AA) 318 Portland Old Fort 1993 Oakland (AAA) 338 Mem. White Station Henry Horton St. Agnes (A-AA) 298 Stewart County Old Fort 1992 Warren Co.(AAA)[won playoff] 352 Bartlett Henry Horton St.Agnes Academy (A-AA) 330 Chattanooga GPS Old Fort 1991 Bartlett (AAA) 342 Dobyns-Bennett Henry Horton Harpeth Hall (A-AA) 363 Memphis St. Agnes Old Fort 1990 Warren County 340 Baylor Henry Horton 16

19 TSSAA GIRLS GOLF PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE HOLES SITE 1989 Dobyns-Bennett 373 Brentwood Academy Henry Horton 1988 Waverly 375 Warren County Henry Horton 1987 Girls Prep. School 374 Waverly Henry Horton 1986 Father Ryan 341 Girls Prep. School Henry Horton 1985 Hixson 260 Nash.Father Ryan Henry Horton 1984 Bishop Byrne 181 Greeneville Two Rivers 1983 Bishop Byrne 358 Johnson City Science Hill Horton (Fall) 1983 Bishop Byrne 346 Girls Prep. School Horton (Spring) 1982 Germantown 339 Franklin Road Academy Henry Horton 1981 Germantown 361 Girls Prep. School Henry Horton 1980 Girls Prep. School 336 Germantown Henry Horton 1979 Girls Prep. School 169 Jefferson County Henry Horton 1978 Girls Prep. School 338 Jefferson County Henry Horton 1977 Girls Prep. School 333 Nash. East Henry Horton 1976 Girls Prep. School 333 St. Cecilia Henry Horton 1975 Girls Prep. School 335 Clarksville Academy Henry Horton 17

20 TSSAA STATE GIRLS GOLF TEAM RECORDS MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 17 - Baylor ( ) 11 - Davidson Academy ( ) 7 - Girls Preparatory School ( ) 4 - Signal Mountain ( ) 3 - Bishop Byrne (1983 (S) - 83 (F) - 84) 3 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 2 - Brentwood ( ) 2 - Clarksville ( ) 2 - Donelson Christian Academy ( ) 2 - Farragut ( ) 2 - Germantown ( ) 2 - Soddy-Daisy ( ) 2 - St. Agnes ( ) 2 - Warren County ( ) CONSECUTIVE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 16 - Baylor ( ) 6 - Davidson Academy ( ) 6 - Girls Preparatory School ( ) 4 - Signal Mountain ( ) 3 - Bishop Byrne ( ) 3 - Davidson Academy ( ) 2 - Clarksville ( ) 2 - Davidson Academy ( ) 2 - Germantown ( ) 2 - Soddy-Daisy ( ) 2 - St. Agnes ( ) BEST 36-HOLE TEAM SCORES Baylor (2006, Old Fort) Davidson Academy (1998, Old Fort) Baylor (2008, Old Fort) Soddy-Daisy (2000, Old Fort) Farragut (2006, Old Fort) Clarksville (2012, WillowBrook) Independence (2005, Old Fort) Soddy-Daisy (2009, Old Fort) Baylor (2003, Tims Ford) Baylor (2007, Old Fort) Davidson Academy (1997, Old Fort) Davidson Academy (2002, Old Fort) Franklin Road Academy (2012, WillowBrook) St. Agnes (1993, Old Fort) Baylor (2012, WillowBrook) Baylor (2001, Old Fort) Jefferson County (2007, Old Fort) Baylor (2004, Crossville) Baylor (2009, Old Fort) Farragut (2004, Pickwick) Clarksville (2011, WillowBrook) BEST 18-HOLE TEAM SCORES Baylor (2006, Old Fort, 1st Rnd, 64-74) Davidson Academy (1998, Old Fort, 2nd Rnd, 71-67) Baylor (2003, Tims Ford, 1st Rnd, 68-74) Baylor (2006, Tims Ford, 2nd Rnd, 68-74) Soddy-Daisy (2000, Old Fort, 1st Rnd, 71-73) Independence (2005, Old Fort, 2nd Rnd, 71-74) Jefferson County (2005, Old Fort, 1st Rnd, 69-76) Soddy-Daisy (2000, Old Fort, 2nd Rnd, 70-75) University School of Nashville (2003, Tims Ford, 2nd Rnd, 72-73) Farragut (2006, Old Fort, 71-73) Davidson Academy (1997, Old Fort, and 70-78) Farragut (2006, Old Fort, 1st Rnd, 71-75) Baylor (2000, Horton, 1st Rnd, 73-74) Davidson Academy (1998, Old Fort, 1st Rnd, 73-74) Davidson Academy (2002, Old Fort, 1st Rnd, 73-75) Independence (2005, Old Fort, 1st Rnd, 69-79) WIDEST WINNING TEAM STROKE MARGIN GPS / Clarksville Academy ( ; 1975, Horton) 58 - Davidson Academy / South Fulton ( , 1998, Old Fort) 53 - Davidson Academy / USJ ( ; 1997) 48 - FRA / Portland ( ; 2005, Tims Ford) 40 - GPS / Nashville East ( ; 1977) 35 - Baylor / BGA ( ; 2004) 18

21 TSSAA STATE GIRLS GOLF INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Brooke Pancake, Baylor ( ) 4 - Karen Socha, Greeneville (1983 (Spring) - 83 (Fall) ) 3 - May Wood, Baylor ( ) 3 - Elizabeth Dotson, David Lipscomb/Creek Wood ( ) 2 - Beth Felts, Baylor ( ) 2 - Courtney Wood, Brentwood ( ) 2 - Sophia Schubert, Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) 2 - Samantha Fox, Davidson Academy ( ) 2 - Sara Jacobs, Davidson Academy ( ) 2 - Stephanie Smith, Davidson Academy ( ) 2 - Lynda Wimberly, Franklin ( ) 2 - Ashley Lance, Franklin Road Aca. ( ) 2 - Paula Carter, Henry County ( ) 2 - Lauren Stratton, Independence ( ) 2 - Shelby Gilbert, Notre Dame ( ) 2 - Meredith Thomas, Oakland ( ) 2 - Rachel Thompson, Ripley ( ) 2 - Karin Romberg, Tullahoma ( ) SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 12 - Baylor ( ) 6 - Davidson Academy ( ) 4 - Greeneville (1983 (Spring)-83 (Fall)-84-85) 3 - Creek Wood ( ) 3 - Franklin ( ) 3 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 3 - St. Agnes ( ) 2 - Brentwood ( ) 2 - Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) 2 - Girls Preparatory School ( ) 2 - Henry County ( ) 2 - Independence ( ) 2 - Jefferson County ( ) 2 - Morristown West ( ) 2 - Notre Dame ( ) 2 - Oakland ( ) 2 - Ripley ( ) 2 - Soddy-Daisy ( ) 2 - Tullahoma ( ) BEST 36-HOLE INDIVIDUAL MEDALIST SCORES Brooke Pancake, Baylor (2006, Old Fort) Sofia Hoglund, Baylor (2008, Old Fort) Elizabeth Dotson, Creek Wood (2002, Old Fort) Samantha Fox, Davidson Academy (1997, Old Fort) Sarah Jacobs, Daivson Academy (1999, Old Fort) Ashley Lance, Franklin Road Academy (2006, Old Fort) Lauren Stratton, Independence (2005, Old Fort) Beth Felts, Baylor (2003, Tims Ford) Samantha Gotcher, Clarksville (2012, WillowBrook) Sarah Jacobs, Davidson Academy (1998, Old Fort) Lauren Stratton, Independence (2007, Old Fort) Taylor Manning, Ravenwood (2009, Old Fort) Amanda Harter, Soddy-Daisy (2000, Old Fort) Erika Thornton, Farragut (2006, Old Fort) Shelby Gilbert, Notre Dame (2008, Old Fort) Brooke Pancake, Baylor (2007, Old Fort) Stephanie Smith, Davidson Academy (2008, Old Fort) Kendall Martindale, Jefferson County (2010, WillowBrook) Blakesly Warren, Baylor (2012, WillowBrook) Jordan Britt, Signal Mountain (2009, Old Fort) Katie Gallina, St. Agnes (1993, Old Fort) BEST 18-HOLE INDIVIDUAL MEDALIST SCORES 64 - (8 under par) - Brooke Pancake, Baylor (2006, Old Fort) 66 - (6 under par) - Ashley Lance, Franklin Road Academy (2006, Old Fort) 67 - (5 under par) - Sarah Jacobs, Davidson Academy (1998, Old Fort) 68 - (3 under par) - Beth Felts, Baylor (2003, Tims Ford) 68 - (4 under par) - Morgan McQuary, Baylor (2006, Old Fort) 68 - (4 under par) - Elizabeth Dotson, Creek Wood (2002, Old Fort) 68 - (4 under par) - Sarah Jacobs, Davidson Academy (1999, Old Fort) 68 - (4 under par) - Taylor Manning, Ravenwood (2009, Old Fort) 69 - (3 under par) - Lauren Stratton, Independence (2005, Old Fort) 69 - (3 under par) - Kendall Martindale, Jefferson County (2009, Old Fort) 69 - (3 under par) - Kendall Martindale, Jefferson County (2010, WillowBrook) 69 - (3 under par) - Kristin Price, Jefferson County (2005, Old Fort) 70 - (2 under par) - Kellye Belcher, Bolton (2005, Old Fort) 70 - (2 under par) - Sophia Schubert, Chr. Aca. of Knox. (2010, WillowBrook) 70 - (2 under par) - Samantha Gotcher, Clarksville (2012, WillowBrook) 70 - (2 under par) - Samantha Fox, Davidson Academy (1997, Old Fort) 70 - (1 under par) - Holly Cantwell, Morristown West (2002, Tims Fort) 70 - (2 under par) - Rachel Thompson, Ripley (1993, Old Fort) 70 - (2 under par) - Jennifer Davis, Seymour (2002, Old Fort) 70 - (2 under par) - Haley Cothran, Soddy-Daisy (2009, Old Fort) 70 - (2 under par) - Amanda Harter, Soddy-Daisy (2000, Old Fort) 70 - (1 under par) - Ashleigh Garman, St. Cecilia (2003, Tims Ford) 70 - (2 under par) - Rachel Ingram, University School JC (2002, Old Fort) 70 - (2 under par) - Calle Neilson, Univ. School of Nashville (2006, Old Fort) 19

22 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Girls Volleyball State Champions Division I, Class A Division I, Class AA Team Champions Friendship Christian School (Lebanon, TN) Team Champions Goodpasture Christian School (Madison, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Ravenwood High School (Brentwood, TN) 20 Photos Provided By:

23 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Girls Volleyball State Champions Division II, Class A Team Champions St. Cecilia Academy (Nashville, TN) Division II, Class AA Team Champions St. Agnes Academy (Memphis, TN) Photos Provided By: 21

24 TSSAA GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2012 AAA - Ravenwood (44-9) Brentwood (60-6) 24-26, 21-25, 25-15, 25-19, 15-9 Murfreesboro AA - Goodpasture (45-3) Christian Academy of Knoxville (45-14) 23-25, 25-15, 25-6, Murfreesboro A - Friendship Christian (57-4) Boyd Buchanan (33-15) 25-13, 25-11, Murfreesboro DII-A - St. Cecilia (29-5) Webb School of Knoxville (27-11) 25-22, 20-25, 25-18, Murfreesboro DII-AA - St. Agnes (38-7) Harpeth Hall (29-8) 25-22, 25-6, Murfreesboro 2011 AAA - Ravenwood (46-8) Independence (38-15) 25-14, 25-19, Murfreesboro AA - Page (44-10) Goodpasture (46-4) 25-14, 25-27, 15-25, 25-14, Murfreesboro A - Friendship Christian (47-11) Summertown (30-13) 25-16, 25-16, Murfreesboro DII-AA - Ensworth (34-4) Baylor (31-14) 25-18, 25-20, Murfreesboro DII-A - St. George s (37-9) St. Cecilia (18-6) 25-16, 25-23, Murfreesboro 2010 AAA - Ravenwood (49-8) Dobyns Bennett (54-7) 25-22, 25-23, Murfreesboro AA - Page (47-13) Red Bank (48-7) 25-9, 25-14, Murfreesboro A - Signal Mountain (51-15) Boyd Buchanan (41-22) 25-17, 19-25, 25-23, Murfreesboro DII-AA - Ensworth (32-8) St. Benedict (27-14) 17-25, 20-25, 26-24, 25-17, 15-9 Murfreesboro DII-A - St. George s (43-6) Evangelical Christian School (31-10) 25-22, 21-25, 25-20, 21-25, 15-9 Murfreesboro 2009 AAA - Dobyns Bennett (52-3) Ravenwood (52-4) 25-22, 25-21, Murfreesboro AA - Red Bank (56-10) Page (45-9) 25-22, 17-25, 25-23, Murfreesboro A - Boyd Buchanan (39-10) Loretto (37-12) 25-22, 25-13, Murfreesboro DII-AA - St. Benedict (36-11) Father Ryan (34-10) 25-22, 25-20, Murfreesboro DII-A - Evangelical Christian School (28-13) Webb School of Knoxville (35-5) 17-25, 25-10, 25-21, Murfreesboro 2008 AAA - Independence (53-8) Brentwood (45-20) 25-12, 23-25, 25-15, Murfreesboro A-AA - Greenbrier (45-8) Boyd Buchanan (37-12) 25-22, 25-14, Murfreesboro DII-AA - Girls Preparatory School (52-8) Father Ryan (46-7) 11-25, 26-24, 25-23, 12-25, 15-6 Murfreesboro DII-A - Harding Academy (28-15) St. George s 25-18, 25-15, Murfreesboro 2007 AAA - Brentwood (49-14) Ooltewah (52-11) 15-25, 25-19, 25-28, 22-25, Murfreesboro A-AA - Greenbrier (45-8) Anderson County (50-8) 25-13, 25-21, Murfreesboro DII-AA - Girls Preparatory School (50-10) Father Ryan (43-12) 25-27, 25-22, 28-26, Murfreesboro DII-A - Harding Academy (44-9) St. George s (22-13) 25-12, 25-18, 25-6 Murfreesboro 2006 AAA - Brentwood (57-9) Sullivan South (54-7) 25-21, 25-17, Murfreesboro A-AA - Notre Dame (45-17) Knoxville Catholic (44-9) 25-20, 17-25, 19-25, 25-20, Murfreesboro Div. II - Father Ryan (49-5) Baylor (44-13) 21-25, 25-22, 23-25, 25-13, Murfreesboro 2005 AAA - Germantown Sullivan South 25-22, 24-26, 25-19, Murfreesboro A-AA - East Ridge Anderson County 25-16, 25-21, Murfreesboro Div. II - Harpeth Hall Girls Preparatory School 25-22, 25-23, 25-27, Murfreesboro 2004 AAA - Brentwood (59-9) Collierville 25-20, 25-16, Murfreesboro A-AA - David Lipscomb (44-14) Donelson Christian Academy (47-14) 28-26, 30-28, Murfreesboro Div. II - Father Ryan Harpeth Hall 23-25, 25-28, 25-15, Murfreesboro 2003 AAA - Germantown (49-13) Blackman (46-12) 25-20, 21-25, 25-21, 20-25, Murfreesboro A-AA - Page Goodpasture 25-19, 21-25, 25-4, Murfreesboro Div. II - Briarcrest (39-11) Girls Preparatory School (56-5) 25-15, 26-24, 26-28, Murfreesboro 2002 AAA - Brentwood (61-9) Blackman 15-12, 15-6 Murfreesboro A-AA - Page (57-7) Donelson Christian Academy 15-4, 15-5 Murfreesboro Div. II - Harding Academy Briarcrest 15-4, 15-4 Murfreesboro 2001 AAA - Brentwood Ooltewah 15-2, 15-3 Murfreesboro A-AA - Page Anderson County 15-7, Murfreesboro Div. II - Harpeth Hall Father Ryan 11-15, 15-5, Murfreesboro 2000 AAA - Brentwood Sullivan East 15-2, 15-3 Murfreesboro A-AA - Page Anderson County 8-15, 15-12, Murfreesboro Div. II - Girls Preparatory School Evangelical Christian School 15-8, Murfreesboro 1999 AAA - Brentwood (70-10) Sullivan East (49-16) 15-5, 15-5 Murfreesboro A-AA - Anderson County (45-5) Eagleville (42-8) 13-15, 15-6, 15-3 Murfreesboro Div. II - Father Ryan (52-14) Briarcrest (29-13) 15-11, 15-2 Murfreesboro 1998 AAA - Brentwood Sullivan South 15-11, Murfreesboro A-AA - Hume Fogg Summertown 15-4, 15-8 Murfreesboro Div. II - Baylor Father Ryan 15-9, Murfreesboro 1997 AAA - East Ridge (53-9) Brentwood (71-10) 3-15, 16-14, Murfreesboro A-AA - Livingston Academy (47-6) Daniel Boone (33-13) 15-12, 9-15, 15-6 Murfreesboro Div. II - Baylor (44-8) Father Ryan (46-12) 3-15, 15-10, Clarksville 1996 AAA - Sullivan South (67-1) Brentwood (54-14) 15-12, 15-2 Murfreesboro A-AA - University School of Nashville (52-14) Baylor (45-7) 15-10, 15-4 Murfreesboro 1995 AAA - Sullivan South (54-2) Brentwood (60-8) 7-15, 15-6, Chattanooga A-AA - University School of Nashville (43-14) Briarcrest (32-12) 15-5, 15-8 Chattanooga 1994 AAA - Bradley Central (53-2) Brentwood (55-15) 8-15, 15-11, Chattanooga A-AA - University School of Nashville (50-12) St. Benedict (18-11) 15-4, Chattanooga 1993 AAA - Bradley Central (44-3) Father Ryan (49-5) 15-11, 15-2 Chattanooga A-AA - University School of Nashville (45-12) South Greene (27-8) 15-7, 15-3 Chattanooga 22

25 TSSAA GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 1992 AAA - Father Ryan (48-7) Brentwood (61-1) 15-10, 15-8 Chattanooga A-AA - Harding Academy (32-4) Harpeth Hall (37-21) 15-3, 15-9 Chattanooga 1991 AAA - Bradley Central (32-2) Father Ryan (47-9) 15-7, Chattanooga A-AA - South Doyle (36-9) Harpeth Hall (41-9) 15-12, Chattanooga 1990 AAA - Germantown (34-7) Red Bank (37-5) 15-5, 5-15, Chattanooga A-AA - Briarcrest (38-4) University School of Nashville (41-10) 15-9, 15-4 Chattanooga 1989 L - Germantown (31-3) East Ridge (42-8) 15-4, 15-7 Chattanooga S - Briarcrest (33-8) Trousdale County (35-3) 15-6, 15-6 Chattanooga 1988 Germantown (37-5) East Ridge (52-5) 7-15, 15-2, Chattanooga 1987 Briarcrest (37-6) Germantown (38-6) 15-13, Chattanooga 1986 Glencliff (40-2) Bradley Central (35-7) 15-7, 15-9 Chattanooga 1985 Germantown (35-1) Sullivan South (36-9) 15-13, 15-2 Murfreesboro 1984 Sullivan South (42-5) Memphis Prep (25-1) 15-11, Murfreesboro 1983 Germantown (28-6) Glencliff (35-3) 15-4, 10-15, 15-2 Murfreesboro 1982 Bradley Central (23-5) Knoxville West (42-4) 15-9, Nashville 1981 Briarcrest (25-3) Knoxville West (40-3) 1-15, 15-11, Nashville 1980 Chattanooga Kirkman (31-1) Harding Academy (25-5) 15-11, 15-2 Murfreesboro 1979 Chattanooga Kirkman (30-2) Germantown (17-2) 15-11, Murfreesboro 1978 Chattanooga Kirkman (39-2) Harding Academy (29-3) 11-15, 15-9, 15-1 Murfreesboro 1977 Chattanooga Kirkman (36-0) Harding Academy (23-4) 13-15, 15-10, Murfreesboro 1976 Chattanooga Kirkman (35-0) David Crockett (28-1) 13-8 (Time Limit), 15-7 Murfreesboro 23

26 TSSAA GIRLS VOLLEYBALL STATE TEAM RECORDS MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS 8 - Brentwood ( ) 7 - Germantown ( ) 6 - Page ( ) 5 - Briarcrest ( ) 5 - Chattanooga Kirkman ( ) 4 - Bradley Central ( ); Father Ryan ( ); Harding Academy ( ); University School of Nashville ( ) 3 - Girls Preparatory School ( ); Ravenwood ( ); Sullivan South ( ) 2 - Baylor ( ); East Ridge ( ); Ensworth ( ); Friendship Christian ( ); Greenbrier ( ); Harpeth Hall ( ); St. George s ( ) CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - Brentwood ( ) 5 - Chattanooga Kirkman ( ) 4 - Page ( ) 4 - University School of Nashville ( ) 3 - Germantown ( ); Ravenwood ( ) 2 - Baylor ( ); Bradley Central ( ); Brentwood ( ); Briarcrest ( ); Ensworth ( ); Friendship Christian ( ); Girls Preparatory School ( ); Greenbrier ( ); Harding Academy ( ); Page ( ); St. George s ( ); Sullivan South ( ) MOST ACES IN A GAME 42 - Houston (vs. Wooddale, Sept. 3, 2008) 37 - Gibbs (vs. Carter, Sept. 19, 2006) 35 - Columbia Central (vs. Franklin Co., Sept. 23, 2010) 32 - East Hickman (vs. Perry Co., Aug. 23, 2007) 31 - Girls Preparatory School (vs. St. Cecilia, Sept. 29, 2005) 30 - Houston (vs. Kirby, Sept. 20, 2010) 29 - East Ridge (vs. Sale Creek, Sept. 23, 2004) 28 - Houston (vs. Southwind, Sept. 1, 2010) 27 - East Ridge (vs. Howard, Sept. 23, 2004) 27 - Sequatchie Co. (vs. Marion Co., 2003) MOST ACES IN A SEASON Sullivan South (1997) Girls Preparatory School (2005) East Ridge (2004) Sullivan South (1996) Farragut (1991) Hardin Valley Academy (2011) Columbia Central (2010) Houston (2008) Houston (2008) East Ridge (2005) MOST ASSISTS IN A MATCH 60 - Houston (vs. Collierville, Sept. 6, 2007) 58 - East Ridge (vs. Anderson Co., Oct. 3, 2003) 57 - East Ridge (vs. Loretto, Oct. 27, 2005) 55 - Columbia Central (vs. Franklin, Sept. 13, 2010) 55 - Houston (vs. Briarcrest, Aug. 31, 2010) 53 - Houston (vs. Collierville, Oct. 16, 2008) 53 - Houston (vs. Ooltewah, Oct. 28, 2009) 50 - Houston (vs. Collierville, Sept. 24, 2009) 49 - East Ridge (1988) 48 - East Ridge (vs. Girls Prep. Sch., Oct. 6, 1997) 48 - Houston (vs. St. George s, Oct. 7, 2008) MOST ASSISTS IN A SEASON East Ridge (2004) East Ridge (2005) East Ridge (2003) Columbia Central (2012) East Ridge (1992) Houston (2009) Brentwood (1994) Sullivan South (1997) MOST BLOCKS IN A MATCH 27 - East Ridge (vs. David Lipscomb, Oct. 27, 2004) 26 - East Ridge (vs. Baylor, Sept. 6, 2004) 21 - Briarcrest (vs. Harding Aca., Oct. 12, 1991) MOST BLOCKS IN A SEASON East Ridge (2005) Brentwood (1994) East Ridge (2004) MOST DIGS IN A MATCH East Ridge vs. Goodpasture (Oct. 20, 2003) East Ridge (1994) Houston vs. Germantown (Sept. 11, 2007) MOST DIGS IN A SEASON East Ridge (2005) East Ridge (1995) East Ridge (1997) East Ridge (1996) MOST KILLS IN A MATCH 68 - Columbia Central (vs. Bartlett, Oct. 24, 2012) 68 - East Ridge (vs. Lookout Valley, Aug. 24, 2006) 68 - Houston (vs. Collierville, Sept. 6, 2007) 67 - East Ridge (1989) 66 - Columbia Central (vs. Riverdale, Oct. 27, 2012) 66 - East Ridge (vs. Anderson Co., Oct. 30, 2003) 62 - Stone Memorial (vs. Jackson Co., Sept. 29, 2008) 61 - Columbia Central (vs. Ooltewah, Oct. 24, 2012) 61 - Hardin Valley (vs. Knoxville Catholic, Oct. 18, 2011) 58 - Columbia Central (vs. Bradley Central, Oct. 18, 2012) MOST KILLS IN A SEASON East Ridge (2004) East Ridge (2005) East Ridge (2002) Brentwood (1994) East Ridge (1996) Sullivan South (1997) East Ridge (1997) Columbia Central (2012) Sullivan South (1996) East Ridge (1995) MOST WINS IN A SEASON 77 - Brentwood (1998 (Lost 9)) 73 - Brentwood (2000 (Lost 1)) 71 - Brentwood (1997 (Lost 10)) 70 - Brentwood (1999 (Lost 10)) 67 - Sullivan South (1996 (Lost 1)) 63 - Brentwood (2001 (Lost 5)) 61 - Brentwood (1992 (Lost 8)) 61 - Brentwood (2002 (Lost 9)) 61 - Page (2001 (Lost 4)) 61 - Sullivan South (1997 (Lost 6)) MOST CONSECUTIVE MATCH WINS 81 - Chattanooga Kirkman ( ) 63 - Sullivan South ( ) 53 - Glencliff (1989) 53 - Sullivan South (1998) 24

27 TSSAA STATE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST ACES IN A GAME 15 - Cheyanne Kyle, Columbia Central (vs. Franklin Co., Sept. 23, 2010) 12 - Gina Ownby, TN School for the Deaf (vs. Austin East, Oct. 2, 2003) 11 - Michelle Norcross, Houston (vs. Woodale, Sept. 3, 2008) 11 - Jill Strating, Houston (vs. Wooddale, Sept. 3, 2008) 10 - Laura Bush, Sullivan South (vs. Science Hill, Oct. 2, 1997) 9 - Lexie Duncan, Columbia Central (vs. Frankin Co., Aug. 22, 2012) 8 - Dana Reed, East Ridge (vs. Hillsboro, Oct. 3, 1997) 8 - Kelly Richardson, Houston (vs. Southwind, Aug. 28, 2008) 8 - Becky Thompson, Houston (vs. Overton, Oct. 3, 2007) 8 - Becky Thompson, Houston (vs. Wooddale, Oct. 11, 2007) 8 - Laura Hooks, Sullivan South (vs. Dobyns Bennett, Oct. 14, 1997) MOST ACES IN A MATCH 21 - Cheyanne Kyle, Columbia Central (vs. Franklin Co., Sept. 23, 2010) 18 - Alicia McClintock, Gibbs (vs. TN School for the Deaf, Sept. 18, 2006) 16 - Michelle Norcross, Houston (vs. Wooddale, Sept. 3, 2008) 14 - Lexi Duncan, Columbia Central (vs. Franklin Co., Aug. 22, 2012) 14 - Alicia McClintock, Gibbs (vs. Knoxville Halls, Aug. 24, 2006) 14 - Becky Thompson, Houston (vs. Wooddale, Oct. 11, 2007) 14 - Courtney Harris, Mt. Juliet Chr. (vs. Red Boiling Spr., Aug. 29, 2003) 13 - Jennifer Hooten, Farragut (vs. Austin East, 1991) 13 - Heather Jorgensen, Farragut (vs. Harrison Chilhowee, 1992) 13 - Jill Strating, Houston (vs. Wooddale, Sept. 3, 2008) MOST ACES IN A SEASON Alicia McClintock, Gibbs (2006) Keri Campbell, Brentwood (1997) Alicia McClintock, Gibbs (2005) Laura Hooks, Sullivan South (1997) Cheyanne Kyle, Columbia Central (2010) Lexi Duncan, Columbia Central (2012) Tisha Cox, Sullivan South (1998) Kelly King, Sullivan South (1996) Jessi Miller, Farragut (1999) Laura Brock, East Ridge (2006) Jessi Miller, Farragut (1997) Laura Hooks, Sullivan South (1996) MOST ACES IN A CAREER Alicia McClintock, Gibbs ( ) Cheyanne Kyle, Columbia Central ( ) Jessi Miller, Farragut ( ) Laura Brock, East Ridge ( ) Keri Campbell, Brentwood ( ) Janella Dash, Brentwood ( ) MOST ASSISTS IN A GAME 23 - Holly Speiser, East Ridge (vs. Bradley Central, Oct. 17, 1997) 19 - Lexie Duncan, Columbia Central (vs. Collierville, Sept. 14, 2012) 18 - Jennifer Sproles, Briarcrest (vs. Harding Aca., Oct. 23, 1989) 18 - Kelly Richardson, Houston (vs. Liberty, Sept. 19, 2008) 18 - Kelly Richardson, Houston (vs. Ensworth, Sept. 12, 2009) 16 - Katie Abercrombie, Houston (vs. St. George s, Sept. 10, 2007) 16 - Katie Abercrombie, Houston (vs. Arlington, Sept. 20, 2007) 16 - Kelly Richardson, Houston (vs. Bartlett, Oct. 8, 2009) MOST ASSISTS IN A MATCH 64 - Caroline Sabbatini, Hutchison (vs. GPS) 56 - Lexie Duncan, Columbia Central (vs. Bartlett, Oct. 24, 2012) 56 - Katie Abercrombie, Houston (vs. Collierville, Sept. 6, 2007) 54 - Lexie Duncan, Columbia Central (vs. Bradley Central, Oct. 18, 2012) 53 - Hayley Herron, Briarcrest (vs. Collierville, Oct. 9, 2006) 52 - Kelli LeAnn Keck, Stone Memorial (vs. Jackson Co., Sept. 29, 2008) 48 - Cheyanne Kyle, Columbia Central (vs. Summertown, Sept. 20, 2010) 47 - Kelsey Leffew, Anderson Co. (vs. Stone Memorial, Sept. 27, 2007) 47 - Kelly Richardson, Houston (vs. Collierville, Oct. 16, 2008) 47 - Kelly Richardson, Houston (vs. Ooltewah, Oct. 28, 2009) MOST ASSISTS IN A SEASON Ashley Sherman, East Ridge (1998) Lexie Duncan, Columbia Central (2012) Kelsey Leffew, Anderson County (2006) Holly Speiser, East Ridge (1997) Kim Fielder, Brentwood (1994) Sara Fowler, Greenbrier (2007) Ashley Whittemore, Brentwood (1992) Kelly Richardson, Houston (2009) Kelly Richardson, Houston (2008) Cheyanne Kyle, Columbia Central (2010) MOST ASSISTS IN A CAREER Holly Speiser, East Ridge ( ) Sara Fowler, Greenbrier ( ) Ashley Whittemore, Brentwood ( ) Kelli Keck, Stone Memorial ( ) Kim Fielder, Brentwood ( ) Kelly Richardson, Houston ( ) Cheyanne Kyle, Columbia Central ( ) MOST BLOCKS IN A GAME 11 - Kristy Cain, Briarcrest (vs. Harding Aca., Oct. 12, 1991) MOST BLOCKS IN A MATCH 21 - Kristy Cain, Briarcrest (vs. Harding Aca., Oct. 12, 1991) MOST BLOCKS IN A SEASON Brooke Sunday, White County (2003) Kelly Freeman, Brentwood (1994) Kristy Cain, Briarcrest (1990) MOST BLOCKS IN A CAREER Kelly Freeman, Brentwood ( ) Beth Alexander, East Ridge ( ) MOST DIGS IN A MATCH 72 - Destiney Patton, McGavock (vs. Glencliff, Oct. 13, 2010) 57 - Meredith Haskew, East Ridge (Sept. 14, 2006) 50 - Lindsey Purvis, Briarcrest (vs. Harding Aca., Oct. 12, 2009) 48 - Meredith Haskew, East Ridge (vs. Loretto, 2005) 47 - April Miller, East Ridge (1990) MOST DIGS IN A SEASON Meredith Haskew, East Ridge (2006) Dana Reed, East Ridge (1995) Jasmine Brown, Girls Preparatory School (2006) MOST DIGS IN A CAREER Meredith Haskew, East Ridge ( ) Dana Reed, East Ridge ( ) MOST KILLS IN A GAME 15 - Rachel Templin, Anderson Co. (vs. Sullivan Central, Oct. 26, 2001) 11 - Tiffany Miller (1998) 11 - Maya Horner, Columbia Central (vs. Soddy-Daisy, Sept. 15, 2012) 9 - Leigh Russell, Briarcrest (vs. Memphis Butler, Sept. 11, 1987) 9 - Beth Alexander, East Ridge (vs. Red Boiling Spr., Oct. 9, 1997) 9 - Monet Marshall, Houston (vs. Germantown, Sept. 23, 2008) 9 - Monet Marshall, Houston (vs. Bartlett, Oct. 8, 2009) MOST KILLS IN A MATCH 42 - Rebekah Smith, University School of Jackson (vs. DCA, Oct. 25, 2006) 33 - Maya Horner, Columbia Central (vs. Riverdale, Oct. 18, 2011) 33 - Laura Brock, East Ridge (vs. Loretto, Oct. 27, 2005) 32 - Maya Horner, Columbia Central (vs. Sullivan South, Oct. 25, 2012) 32 - Laura Englert, Farragut (vs. Daniel Boone, Oct. 23, 2003) 31 - Laura Englert, Farragut (vs. Mt. Juliet, 2002 State Tournament) 28 - Maya Horner, Columbia Central (vs. Franklin, Sept. 13, 2010) 27 - Ashley Pittman, Anderson Co. (vs. Stone Memorial, Sept. 27, 2007) 27 - Rebekah Smith, Hutchison (vs. Bartlett, Sept. 27, 2007) 26 - Maya Horner, Columbia Central (vs. Summertown, Sept. 20, 2010) 26 - Lisa White, East Ridge (1988) 25

28 TSSAA GIRLS VOLLEYBALL STATE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST KILLS IN A SEASON Brooke Sunday, White County (2003) Laura Brock, East Ridge (2005) Emily Boydston, Girls Preparatory School (2005) Jasmine Brown, Girls Preparatory School (2006) Maya Horner, Columbia Central (2012) Laura Hooks, Sullivan South (1997) Janella Dash, Brentwood (1995) Lisa White, East Ridge Laura Brock, East Ridge (2006) Brittany Eller, Stone Memorial (2009) MOST KILLS IN A CAREER Laura Brock, East Ridge ( ) Emily Boydston, Girls Preparatory School ( ) Kelsey Benorden, Farragut ( ) Beth Alexander, East Ridge ( ) Janella Dash, Brentwood ( ) Maya Horner, Columbia Central ( ) MOST COACHING STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - Barbara Campbell, Brentwood (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002) 4 - Sharon Watson, Briarcrest (1981, 1987, 1989, 1990) 4 - Barbara Whitaker, Germantown (1985, 1988, 1989, 1990) 4 - Juanita Merrill, Chattanooga Kirkman (1976, 1977, 1978, 1979) MOST COACHING WINS IN A CAREER Catherine Neely, East Ridge ( ) 26

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30 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Girls Soccer State Champions Division I, Class A-AA Team Champions Christ Presbyterian Academy (Nashville, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Brentwood High School (Brentwood, TN) 28 Photos Provided By:

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32 TSSAA GIRLS SOCCER PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2012 AAA - Brentwood (18-2-1) Siegel (16-4-3) 1-0 Chattanooga A-AA - Christ Presbyterian Academy (21-2-2) Christian Academy of Knoxville (23-1-3) 1-0 Chattanooga DII-AA - Father Ryan (12-3-4) Girls Preparatory School (14-2-2) 1-0 Chattanooga DII-A - University School of Nashville (18-3-1) Franklin Road Academy (17-3-1) 1-0 Chattanooga 2011 AAA - Franklin (24-0) Farragut (22-1-2) 3-0 Chattanooga A-AA - Christian Academy of Knoxville (24-1-1) Christ Presbyterian Academy (12-8-4) 3-1 Chattanooga DII-AA - Baylor (19-1) St. Agnes (17-2-1) 2-0 Chattanooga DII-A - University School of Jackson (30-1-4) Franklin Road Academy (17-4-1) 2-1 Chattanooga 2010 AAA - Houston (21-1-2) Franklin (19-5-2) 6-1 Chattanooga A-AA - Notre Dame (12-7-3) Christian Academy of Knoxville (17-5-3) 1-0 Chattanooga DII-AA - Baylor (17-0-2) St. Agnes (13-3-2) 1-0 Chattanooga DII-A - University School of Jackson (14-5-4) St. George s ( ) 2-1 Chattanooga 2009 A-AA - Christian Academy of Knoxville Notre Dame Chattanooga AAA - Houston Franklin Chattanooga DII-AA - St. Agnes Baylor 1-0 Chattanooga DII-A - St. George s Evangelical Christian School Chattanooga 2008 AAA - Siegel (19-4-1) Brentwood (21-4-1) 2-1 Chattanooga A-AA - Christian Academy of Knoxville (23-2-1) Franklin Road Academy (20-4-2) 1-0 Chattanooga DII-AA - Father Ryan (14-6-4) Briarcrest (16-6) 1-0 Chattanooga DII-A - Harding Academy (14-5-1) St. George s (13-10) 5-4 Chattanooga 2007 AAA - Bearden (23-2-1) Collierville (19-1-1) 2-1 Chattanooga A-AA - Franklin Road Academy (21-4-2) Christ Presbyterian Academy (17-6-2) 3-0 Chattanooga DII-AA - Battle Ground Academy (16-0-5) Baylor (15-2-4) 2-1 Chattanooga DII-A - St. George s (15-6-1) Harding Academy (15-5-1) 4-1 Chattanooga 2006 AAA - Bearden (22-3-2) Collierville (17-5-2) 1-0 Chattanooga A-AA - Christian Academy of Knoxville (22-0-2) University School of Jackson (23-2-1) 3-0 Chattanooga Div. II - St. Agnes (23-0) Battle Ground Academy (15-4-2) 2-0 Chattanooga 2005 AAA - Collierville (20-4-1) Oak Ridge (24-3-1) 1-0 Chattanooga A-AA - Franklin Road Academy (20-4-3) Knoxville Catholic (20-3-1) 2-0 Chattanooga Div. II - Pope John Paul II (21-0-2) Baylor 3-0 Chattanooga 2004 AAA - Houston (13-4-4) Farragut (25-3) 1-0 Chattanooga A-AA - Franklin Road Academy (21-1-4) Chattanooga Christian (21-3-1) 3-2 Chattanooga Div. II - Baylor Father Ryan 3-2 Chattanooga 2003 AAA - Franklin Hendersonville 3-1 Chattanooga A-AA - Donelson Christian Academy Franklin Road Academy 2-1 Chattanooga Div. II - Baylor Pope John Paul II 1-0 Chattanooga 2002 AAA - Franklin (22-4) Tullahoma 2-0 Chattanooga A-AA - Franklin Road Academy Chattanooga Christian 3-2 Chattanooga Div. II - Baylor Harpeth Hall 3-0 Chattanooga 2001 AAA - Germantown Franklin 2-1 Chattanooga A-AA - Ridgeway Christian Academy of Knoxville 11-2 Chattanooga Div. II - Baylor Girls Preparatory School 2-0 Chattanooga 2000 AAA - Franklin Farragut 1-0 Chattanooga A-AA - Ridgeway Chattanooga Christian 6-2 Chattanooga Div. II - Battle Ground Academy Baylor 2-1 Chattanooga 1999 AAA - Germantown (25-0) Franklin 2-0 Chattanooga A-AA - Ridgeway Hume Fogg 5-1 Chattanooga Div. II - Baylor Harpeth Hall 2-1 Chattanooga 1998 AAA - Houston (21-1-1) Brentwood 3-0 Chattanooga A-AA - Ridgeway (19-3) Hume Fogg 1-0 Chattanooga Div. II - Father Ryan (18-3-2) Girls Preparatory School 2-1 Chattanooga 1997 AAA - Brentwood (19-1-1) Houston 3-2 Chattanooga A-AA - Chattanooga Christian Ridgeway 3-0 Chattanooga Div. II - Baylor (20-1-2) Father Ryan 2-0 Chattanooga 1996 Houston (22-1) Farragut 5-1 Brentwood 1995 Dobyns Bennett (19-3-1) Baylor 4-2 Brentwood 1994 Germantown (16-0) Dobyns Bennett 3-2 Brentwood 1993 Franklin (14-4-3) Notre Dame 4-1 Brentwood 1992 Franklin (20-1) Sullivan South 6-1 Brentwood 1991 Franklin (20-1-1) Farragut 3-0 Brentwood 1990 Franklin (17-1-1) Germantown 1-0 Brentwood 1989 Franklin (18-0) Girls Preparatory School 3-0 Brentwood 1988 Notre Dame (17-2-1) Franklin 2-1 Brentwood 1987 Franklin (18-0) Germantown 5-0 Brentwood 1986 Franklin (18-0) Farragut 2-1 Brentwood 30

33 TEAM RECORDS MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS 11 - Franklin ( ) 8 - Baylor ( ) 5 - Houston ( ) 4 - Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) 4 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 4 - Ridgeway ( ) 3 - Father Ryan ( ) 3 - Germantown ( ) 2 - Battle Ground Academy ( ) 2 - Bearden ( ) 2 - Brentwood ( ) 2 - Notre Dame ( ) 2 - St. Agnes ( ) 2 - St. George s ( ) 2 - University School of Jackson ( ) CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - Franklin ( ) 4 - Baylor ( ) 4 - Ridgeway ( ) 2 - Baylor ( ) 2 - Bearden ( ) 2 - Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) 2 - Franklin ( ); ( ) 2 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 2 - Houston ( ) 2 - University School of Jackson ( ) MOST GOALS SCORED IN A GAME 23 - Franklin (vs. Dickson Co., Oct. 22, 1991) 22 - Greeneville (vs. Cocke Co., Sept. 23, 2004) 21 - University Schol of Jackson (vs. Chester Co., Aug. 27, 2001) 20 - Franklin (vs. Dickson Co., Sept. 12, 1991) MOST GOALS SCORED IN A SEASON Franklin (1991) Germantown (1992) University School of Jackson (2001) Franklin (1992) LEAST GOALS ALLOWED IN A SEASON 2 - Franklin (1989 (18 Games)) 4 - Franklin (1987 (18 Games)) 5 - Franklin (1986 (18 Games)) 5 - Franklin (1990 (19 Games)) 10 - Franklin (1988 (18 Games)) 10 - University School of Jackson (2011 (22 Games)) MOST SHUTOUTS IN A SEASON 15 - Franklin (1987) 16 - University School of Jackson (2011) 17 - Franklin (1989) 18 - Franklin (1992) 21 - Franklin (1991) MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS 21 - Franklin (1991) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS 83 - Franklin ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT A LOSS 96 - Franklin ( ) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST ASSISTS IN A SEASON 27 - Kat Nigro, Livingston Academy (2010) 27 - Katie Hayes, University School of Jackson (2006) 25 - Landrianna Wilkerson, Fairview (2010) 24 - Lorrie Tipton, Germantown (1992) 24 - Barbara Jean Nigro, Livingston Academy (2010) 24 - Megan Forester, Pope John Paul II (2003) 24 - Morgan Chance, Sycamore (2010) 22 - Trish Sisson, Franklin (1986) 21 - Audrey Blanton, East Robertson (2010) 17 - Jenger Burchett, Franklin (1989) 15 - Brooke Binswanger, Hutchison (2002) TSSAA GIRLS SOCCER STATE RECORDS MOST ASSISTS IN A CAREER 89 - Courtney Dunlap, Donelson Christian Academy ( ) 87 - Kat Nigro, Livingston Academy ( ) 86 - Cindy Parlow, Germantown ( ) 85 - Crystal Mackezyk, Spring Hill ( ) 71 - Jessie Metcalf, Univeristy School of Jackson ( ) 62 - Katie Hayes, Univeristy School of Jackson ( ) 56 - Jenne e Kimball, Harding Academy ( ) 53 - Jenger Burchett, Franklin ( ) 50 - Trish Sisson, Franklin ( ) GOALS PER GAME (Minimum 45 Games) Trish Sisson, Franklin ( (53 Games)) Jenger Burchett, Franklin ( (80 Games)) Erica Lashomb, Greeneville ( (47 Games)) MOST GOALS SCORED IN A GAME 9 - Kaitlynn Pung, Marshall Co. (vs. Cornersville, Oct. 2, 2008) 8 - Brenna Evilcizer, East Robertson (vs. Glencliff, Sept. 8, 2011) 8 - Kat Nigro, Livingston Aca. (vs. DeKalb Co., Oct. 21, 2010) 8 - Jessie Metcalf, University School of Jackson (vs. Chester Co., 2001) 7 - Courtney Dunlap, Donelson Christian Academy (vs. Greenbrier, 2000) 7 - Brenna Evilcizer, East Robertson (vs. Ezell-Harding, Sept. 10, 2009) 7 - Caroline Lodge, Greeneville (vs. University School JC, Oct. 28, 2010) 7 - Kate Maguigan, Page (vs. Huntland, Sept. 4, 2008) MOST GOALS SCORED IN A SEASON 68 - Laura Lauter, Farragut (1996) 67 - Jennifer Windrow, Riverdale (1994) 63 - Brenna Evilcizer, East Robertson (2011) 61 - Celina Ferrell, Fairview (2011) 58 - Kat Nigro, Livingston Academy (2010) 54 - Martha Hall, Knoxville Catholic (2005) 53 - Kate Maguigan, Page (2008) 52 - Kirstin Robertson, Sycamore (2010) 52 - Beth Metcalf, University School of Jackson (2002) 50 - Becca Smith, Riverdale (2006) MOST GOALS SCORED IN A CAREER Brenna Evilcizer, East Robertson ( ) Courtney Dunlap, Donelson Christian Academy ( ) Becca Smith, Riverdale ( ) Celina Ferrell, Fairview ( ) Kat Nigro, Livingston Academy ( ) Crystal Mackezyk, Spring Hill ( ) Catherine Pearson, Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) Kelsey Wilkes, Page ( ) Honeye Haydari, University School of Jackson ( ) Katie Maguigan, Page ( ) MOST SAVES IN A SEASON Morgan Hidalgo, Rhea Co. (2010) MOST SHUTOUTS IN A SEASON 21 - Britney Ezell, Franklin (1991) 21 - Blakely Johnson, Franklin (1991) 17 - Michelle Heinz, Franklin (1989) 15 - Margaret Gurly, Franklin (1987) 15 - Elizabeth Surdam, Station Camp (2009) 15 - Carrie Cobb, University School of Jackson (2011) 15 - Elizabeth Crowder, University School of Jackson (2006) 15 - Elizabeth Crowder, University School of Jackson (2008) 14 - Michelle Heinz, Franklin (1990) MOST SHUTOUTS IN A CAREER 52 - Kelly Dyer, St. Agnes ( ) 49 - Elizabeth Surdam, Station Camp ( ) 48 - Steph Stallo, Brentwood ( ) 46 - Elizabeth Crowder, University School of Jackson ( ) 44 - Lindsay York, Donelson Christian Academy ( ) 43 - Kristin Olsen, Houston ( ) 41 - Michelle Heinz, Franklin ( ) MOST COACHING WINS Steve George, McCallie ( , ( )) Chris Leonardi, University School of Jackson ( ( ) Gary Shrader, Franklin ( ( ) Thomas Klingenberg, Germantown 31

34 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Boys Cross Country State Champions Division I, Class A-AA Team Champions Greeneville High School (Greeneville, TN) Individual Champion Sam Klockenkemper Martin Luther King High School (Nashville, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Brentwood High School (Brentwood, TN) Individual Champion Aaron Templeton Hardin Valley Academy (Knoxville, TN) 32 Photos Provided By:

35 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Boys Cross Country State Champions Division II, Class A Individual Champion Elliot Baerman Webb School of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Team Champions Webb School of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Division II, Class AA Individual Champion Simon Holden Baylor School (Chattanooga, TN) Team Champions McCallie School (Chattanooga, TN) Photos Provided By: 33

36 TSSAA BOYS CROSS COUNTRY PAST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION TIME RUNNER-UP TIME DIST. SITE 2012 Aaron Templeton, Hardin Valley (AAA) 15:52.67 Quintin McKinnish, Morristown West 15: mi PW (5K Course) Sam Klockenkemper, Martin Luther King (A-AA) 16:34.88 Andre Hillsman, Murfreesboro Central 16: mi PW (5K Course) Simon Holden, Baylor (DII-AA) 16:06.81 Derek Barnes, McCallie 16: mi PW (5K Course) Elliot Baerman, Knoxville Webb (DII-A) 16:59.34 Nathan Wolfenbarger, Knoxville Webb 17: mi PW (5K Course) 2011 Will Templeton, Hardin Valley (AAA) 16:00.37 Paul Stuart, Brentwood 16: mi PW (5K Course) Sam Klockenkemper, Martin Luther King (A-AA) 16:22.46 Nick McCormick, East Hamilton 16: mi PW (5K Course) Daniel Peters, Montgomery Bell Aca. (DII-AA) 15:57.31 Simon Holden, Baylor 16: mi PW (5K Course) Elliot Baerman, Knoxville Webb (DII-A) 17:34.79 Will Walker, Knoxville Webb 17: mi PW (5K Course) 2010 Will Templton, Hardin Valley (AAA) 16:05.87 Brock Baker, Oakland 16: mi PW (5K Course) Matt Joyner, Madison (A-AA) 16:54.03 Ben Maroney, Trinity Christian 16: mi PW (5K Course) Michael Peters, Montgomery Bell Aca. (DII-AA) 16:05.98 Daniel Peters, Montgomery Bell Aca. 16: mi PW (5K Course) Ben Ashley, Harding Aca. (DII-A) 17:09.60 Robert Tomillo, St. George s 17: mi PW (5K Course) 2009 John Sharpe, Oak Ridge (AAA) 15:50.62 Spencer Frantom, Morristown West 16: mi PW (5K Course) Loren Newsome, Dyersburg (A-AA) 16:37.85 Ryan Graves, Martin Luther King 16: mi PW (5K Course) Brandon Lord, Baylor (DII-AA) 15:53.43 Garrett Carmichael, Ensworth 16: mi PW (5K Course) Lucas Jones, Knoxville Webb (DII-A) 17:14.03 Avi Bregman, University School of Nashville 17: mi PW (5K Course) 2008 Matt Sonnenfeldt, Knoxville West (AAA) 15:42.00 Clint McKelvey, Maryville 15: mi PW (5K Course) Brandon Mahaney, Macon Co. (A-AA) 16:18.61 Mark Cole, McKenzie 16: mi PW (5K Course) Bill Matthews, Baylor (DII-AA) 15:39.41 Brandon Lord, Baylor 16: mi PW (5K Course) Ian Trupin, Univ. Sch. of Nashville (DII-A) 16:50.88 Daniel Shaver, St. Andrew s-sewanee 17: mi PW (5K Course) 2007 Sean Keveren, Brentwood (AAA) 15:46.75 Matt Sonnenfeldt, Knoxville West 15: mi PW (5K Course) Brandon Mahaney, Macon Co. (A-AA) 16:24.48 Mark Cole, McKenzie 16: mi PW (5K Course) Waldo DuPlessis, Baylor (DII-AA) 16:08.62 Bill Matthews, Baylor 16: mi PW (5K Course) Stephen Williams, St. George s (DII-A) 16:59.97 Ian Trupin, University School of Nashville 17: mi PW (5K Course) 2006 Sean Keveren, Brentwood (AAA) 16:12.88 Matt Sonnenfeldt, Knoxville West 16: mi PW (5K Course) David Claybo, Gatlinburg Pittman (A-AA) 16:47.00 Brandon Mahaney, Macon Co. 16: mi PW (5K Course) Clay Adams, Brentwood Aca. (Div. II) 16:04.38 Eric Schmidt, Brentwood Aca. 16: mi PW (5K Course) 2005 Rob Sorrell, Bolton (AAA) 15:22.20 Clay Hannah, Lebanon 15: mi PW (New Course) Josh Jaynes, Elizabethton (A-AA) 16:14.27 Russell Rodewald, FRA 16: mi PW (New Course) Alex Harris, USN (Div. II) 15:51.25 Clay Adams, Brentwood Aca. 16: mi PW (New Course) 2004 Alex Herringshaw, Houston (AAA) 15:12.45 Rob Sorrell, Bolton 15: mi PW (New Course) Jordan Longstreth, Chatt Arts & Sci. (A-AA) 15:55.55 Adam Green, Elizabethton 15: mi PW (New Course) Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Aca. (DII) 14:14.00 Oliver Townsend, Baylor 15: mi PW (New Course) 2003 Trey Williamson, Bartlett (AAA) 15:18 Lance Ivey, Oak Ridge 15:35 3 mi PW (New Course) Ryne Sexton, Station Camp (A-AA) 15:56 Jordan Longstreth, Chatt. Arts & Sci. 16:07 3 mi PW (New Course) Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Aca. (DII) 14:44 Denton Jones, Knox. Webb 15:09 3 mi PW (New Course) 2002 Dusty Miller, Knoxville West (AAA) 14:58 Kunle Oladehim, Bartlett 15:34 3 mi PW (New Course) David Hughes, Happy Valley (A-AA) 15:39 Ryan Baliey, Martin Luther King 15:54 3 mi PW (New Course) Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Aca. (DII) 15:07 Anthony Chiulli, Christian Brothers 15:09 3 mi PW (New Course) 2001 Andy Baksa, Knoxville Farragut (AAA) 15:02 Tyler Johnson, Bearden 15:20 3 mi PW (New Course) Austin Weaver, FRA (A-AA) 15:19 David Hughes, Happy Valley 15:49 3 mi PW (New Course) Anthony Chiulli, Christian Brothers (Div. II) 15:26 Brad Polley, Brentwood Aca. 15:30 3 mi PW (New Course) 2000 Sean Stevens, Knoxville West (AAA) 15:13 Andy Baksa, Farragut 15:17 3 mi PW (New Course) Austin Weaver, FRA (A-AA) 15:33 Jonathan Russell, CPA 15:51 3 mi PW (New Course) Brad Wharton, Baylor (Div. II) 15:14 Jamie Bach, Baylor 15:36 3 mi PW (New Course) 1999 Sean Stevens, Knoxville West (AAA) 15:15 Shane Bryne, Science Hill 15:31 3 mi PW (New Course) Austin Weaver, FRA (A-AA) 15:56 Bret Elam, FRA 15:59 3 mi PW (New Course) Patrick Neal, Christian Brothers (Div. II) 15:53 Jordan Jones, ECS 15:56 3 mi PW (New Course) 1998 Andy Baksa, Knoxville Farragut (AAA) 15:28 Sean Stevens, Knoxville West 15:41 3 mi PW (New Course) Hunter Summar, Trinity Christian (A-AA) 15:38 Victor Powell, Chattanooga Brainerd 15:59 3 mi PW (New Course) David Dean, Nash. MBA (Div. II) 15:11 David Talbird, Chattanooga McCallie 15:26 3 mi PW (New Course) 1997 Brett Baddorf, Ger.Houston (AAA) 15:30 Ryan McDermott, Bradley Central 15:46 3 mi PW (New Course) Andy Curde, Happy Valley (A-AA) 16:01 Dan Turner, Nash. David Lipscomb 16:25 3 mi PW (New Course) Wes Stockard, Knox. Webb (Div. II) 15:13 David Dean, Nash. MBA 15:44 3 mi PW (New Course) 1996 Jamie Gifford, Chatt. Baylor (AAA) 14:41 Eric Bell, Knox. Farragut 15:25 3 mi PW (New Course) Wes Stockard, Knox. Webb (A-AA) 15:12 Mazi Abdolrasulnia, Univ.Sch. Nash. 15:38 3 mi PW (New Course) 1995 Jamie Gifford, Baylor (AAA) 14:53 Jason Steed, Jackson. Cent-Merry 15:12 3 mi PW (New Course) Brad Slayden, BGA (A-AA) 15:27 Wes Stockard, Knox. Webb 15:27 3 mi PW (New Course) 1994 Ben Phillips, Cleveland (AAA) 14:56 Jamey Gifford, Baylor 14:58 3 mi PW (New Course) Shon Grice, Knoxville West (A-AA) 15:24 Destin Tompkins, Brentwood Acad. 15:42 3 mi PW (New Course) 1993 Doug Ellington, Germ. Houston (AAA) 15:04 Jake Doutt, Sull. No. 15:17 3 mi PW (New Course) Kory Hays, Knox.West (A-AA) 15:17 Feb Boswell, Briarcrst 15:22 3 mi PW (New Course) Malcolm Saxon, Mem.Un.Sch. (A-AA) 15:28 Anthony Norris, Knox.So.-Doyl 15:41 3 mi PW (New Course) 1992 Mark Caldwell, Sullivan North(AAA) 15:04 Matt Harber, Gallatin 15:17 3 mi PW (New Course) 1991 Tony Cosey, Knox. Central (AAA) 15:01 Nathan Pugh, Chat.Red Bank 15:34 3 mi PW (New Course) Sandy Hooper, Mem.Un.Sch. (A-AA) 15:04 Destin Tompkins, Brntwd Acd. 16:04 3 mi PW (New Course) 1990 Tony Cosey, Knox. Central 15:28 Kevin Odiorne, Kngspt. D-B 15:33 3 mi PW (New Course) 1989 Danny Sexton, Sullivan South 15:34 Keith Ikard, Nash. MBA 15:37 3 mi PW (New Course) 1988 Brad Higdon, Knox. Central 16:10 Jimmy Barnes, Brentwood Acad 16:11 3 mi PW (New Course) 1987 Mike Helton, Brentwood Academy 15:34 Tim Lampley, Fairview 15:41 3 mi PW (New Course) 1986 Robert Poindexter, Mem. Fairley 15:44.2 Danny Warren, Nash. Hume-Fg. 15: mi PW (New Course) 34

37 TSSAA BOYS CROSS COUNTRY PAST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION TIME RUNNER-UP TIME DIST. SITE 1985 Bob Whelan, Dickson County 14:37 John McNeely, Sull. East 14:58 3 mi Percy Warner 1984 Mario Wells, Mem. Catholic 14:53.6 Jerry Cole, Mem. Carver 15: mi Percy Warner 1983 Randy Hudson, Nash. McGavock 14:49 Mario Wells, Mem. Catholic 14: mi Percy Warner 1982 Walter Deneen, J.C. Science Hill 14:36 Wallace Callahan, Mem.Trsvnt 15:02 3 mi Percy Warner 1981 Walter Deneen, J.C. Science Hill 14:16.3 Ken Cheeseman, Rhea County 14:34 3 mi Percy Warner 1980 John Young, Manchester 14:45 John Marsh, Knox.Farragut 14:51 3 mi Percy Warner 1979 Jack Burton, Nash. Lipscomb 14:42 Bryan Woods, M.Hrdng. Acad. 14:46 3 mi Percy Warner 1978 Jack Burton, Nash. Lipscomb 14:30 Sander Williams, Clrks. NW 14:53 3 mi Percy Warner 1977 Darrell Clemmons, Mem. Westwood 15:14 Van Wadlington, Brentwd Acd. 15:21 3 mi Percy warner 1976 Chuck Brown, Sullivan East 14:38 Darrell Clemmons, M.Westwood 14:53 3 mi Percy Warner 1975 Dale Short, Murfreesboro Oakland 14:41 Jim Elmlinger, Kngspt. D-B 15:03 3 mi Percy Warner 1974 Jon Slaughter, Antioch 14:45 Dale Short, Murf. Oakland 14:59 3 mi Percy Warner 1973 Jon Slaughter, Antioch 14:56 Gary Perry, Antioch 15:03 3 mi Percy Warner 1972 Jon Slaughter, Nash. McGavock 10:06.5 Steve Vines, Mem.Ral-Egypt 10:16 2 mi Percy Warner 1971 Richard Parson, Unicoi County 9:55 Bobby Martin, Mem. Messick 2 mi Percy Warner 1970 Mark Brown, Johnson City Sc. Hill 9:44 Bill Anderson, Chatt.Baylor 9:59 2 mi Two Rivers Park 1969 Bob Cox, Knoxville West 10:19 Larry Nee, Tullahoma 10:24 2 mi Shelby Park 1968 Bill Herron, Knoxville West 9:58 George Baker, Knox. Holston 10:08 2 mi Shelby Park 1967 John Mohundro, Memphis Overton 10:02 Albert Bledsoe, Mem.Trezvnt 10:10 2 mi Shelby Park 1966 John Colpitts, Maryville 10:15 Ronnie Cope, Nash. Lipscomb 10:22 2 mi Shelby Park 1965 Gordon Wilson, Millington 9:57 Don Brigham, Clarksville 10:01 2 mi Shelby Park 1964 Sam Rutherford, Battle Ground Acad. 10:26 Butch Stewart, Nash. East 10:27 2 mi Shelby Park 1963 Ronnie Heaton, Hampton 10:13 Andy Russell, Union City 2 mi Murfreesboro 1962 Jim Smith, Nash. Hillsboro 10:03 Ronnie Heaton, Hampton 2 mi Memphis State 1961 Charles Dahlgren, Nash. East 10:19 Robert Taylor, Oak Ridge 10:37 2 mi Memphis State 1960 David Cardwell, Oak Ridge 11:02 Charles Well, Jackson 10:37 2 mi Memphis State 35

38 TSSAA BOYS CROSS COUNTRY PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE DIST. SITE 2012 Brentwood (AAA) 52 Daniel Boone mi PW (5K Course) Greeneville (A-AA) 93 Martin Luther King mi PW (5K Course) McCallie (DII-AA) 34 Brentwood Academy mi PW (5K Course) Webb School of Knoxville (DII-A) 21 University School of Jackson mi PW (5K Course) 2011 Brentwood (AAA) 50 Bearden mi PW (5K Course) Greeneville (A-AA) 117 Greenbrier mi PW (5K Course) Brentwood Academy (DII-AA) 41 McCallie mi PW (5K Course) University School of Nashville (DII-A) 45 Webb School of Knoxville mi PW (5K Course) 2010 Hardin Valley (AAA) 87 Morristown West mi PW (5K Course) Martin Luther King (A-AA) 74 Greeneville mi PW (5K Course) Montgomery Bell Academy (DII-AA) 15 Brentwood Academy mi PW (5K Course) Webb School of Knoxville (DII-A) 36 Harding Academy mi PW (5K Course) 2009 Morristown West (AAA) 64 Oak Ridge mi PW (5K Course) Martin Luther King (A-AA) 70 University School JC mi PW (5K Course) Montgomery Bell Academy (DII-AA) 43 McCallie mi PW (5K Course) Webb School of Knoxville (DII-A) 52 Harding Academy mi PW (5K Course) 2008 Houston (AAA) 99 Morristown West mi PW (5K Course) Martin Luther King (A-AA) 89 Station Camp mi PW (5K Course) Baylor (DII-AA) 51 Montgomery Bell Academy mi PW (5K Course) University School of Nashville (DII-A) 49 Harding Academy mi PW (5K Course) 2007 Oak Ridge (AAA) 48 Houston mi PW (5K Course) University School JC (A-AA) 72 Martin Luther King mi PW (5K Course) Baylor (DII-AA) 22 Christian Brothers mi PW (5K Course) University School of Nashville (DII-A) 40 St. George s mi PW (5K Course) 2006 Oak Ridge (AAA) 71 Houston mi PW (5K Course) David Lipscomb (A-AA) 75 University School Johnson City mi PW (5K Course) McCallie (Div. II) 60 Brentwood Academy mi PW (5K Course) 2005 Oak Ridge (AAA) 122 Bolton mi PW (New Course) Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) 53 Elizabethton 79 3 mi PW (New Course) McCallie (Div. II) 53 Memphis Univ. School 76 3 mi PW (New Course) 2004 Houston (AAA) 30 Oak Ridge mi PW (New Course) Elizabethton (A-AA) 68 Franklin Road Academy 95 3 mi PW (New Course) Brentwood Academy (Div. II) 52 McCallie 66 3 mi PW (New Course) 2003 Houston (AAA) 48 Siegel mi PW (New Course) Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) 104 Elizabethton mi PW (New Course) Webb School of Knoxville (Div. II) 47 Baylor 68 3 mi PW (New Course) 2002 McMinn County (AAA) 72 Houston 78 3 mi PW (New Course) Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) 61 Chattanooga Christian 80 3 mi PW (New Course) Webb School of Knoxville (Div. II) 57 McCallie 73 3 mi PW (New Course) 2001 Farragut (AAA) 52 Houston 67 3 mi PW (New Course) Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) 29 Chattanooga Christian 80 3 mi PW (New Course) McCallie (Div. II) 92 Brentwood Academy 92 3 mi PW (New Course) 2000 Houston (AAA) 69 Farragut 72 3 mi PW (New Course) Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) 53 Chattanooga Christian 57 3 mi PW (New Course) Baylor (Div. II) 47 McCallie 68 3 mi PW (New Course) 1999 Knoxville Farragut (AAA) 79 Knoxville West mi PW (New Course) Chatt. Brainerd (A-AA) 44 Franklin Road Academy 64 3 mi PW (New Course) Chatt. Baylor (Div. II) 41 Montgomery Bell Academy 75 3 mi PW (New Course) 1998 Germantown Houston (AAA) 76 Science Hill mi PW (New Course) Daniel Boone (A-AA) 72 Chattanooga Christian 78 3 mi PW (New Course) Montgomery Bell Academy (Div. II) 41 Chattanooga Baylor 52 3 mi PW (New Course) 1997 Germantown Houston (AAA) 33 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett mi PW (New Course) Nash. Franklin Road Acad. (A-AA) 63 Sullivan Central 91 3 mi PW (New Course) Nash. Montgomery Bell Acad. (Div. II) 50 Chattanooga Baylor 82 3 mi PW (New Course) 1996 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett (AAA) 83 Chattanooga Baylor mi PW (New Course) Chattanooga Christian (A-AA) 70 Memphis Univ. School 83 3 mi PW (New Course) 1995 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett (AAA) 57 Chattanooga Baylor 69 3 mi PW (New Course) Chattanooga Christian School (A-AA) 66 Memphis Univ. School mi PW (New Course) 1994 Chattanooga Baylor (AAA) 65 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett 67 3 mi PW (New Course) Knoxville West (A-AA) 68 Knoxville Webb 82 3 mi PW (New Course) 1993 Chattanooga Baylor (AAA) 51 Germantown Houston (AAA) 72 3 mi PW (New Course) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 62 Memphis Harding Academy (A-AA) 86 3 mi PW (New Course) 1992 Knoxville Farragut (AAA) 60 Oak Ridge (AAA) 73 3 mi PW (New Course) Memphis University School (A-AA) 69 Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 78 3 mi PW (New Course) 1991 Oak Ridge (AAA) 83 Sullivan North (AAA) 90 3 mi PW (New Course) Memphis Univ. School (A-AA) 60 Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 73 3 mi PW (New Course) 1990 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett (AAA) 48 Knoxville Farragut (AAA) 97 3 mi PW (New Course) Knoxville Webb (A-AA) 69 Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 94 3 mi PW (New Course) 1989 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett 94 Oak Ridge mi PW (New Course) 1988 Chattanooga Baylor 80 Oak Ridge 81 3 mi PW (New Course) 1987 Brentwood Academy 95 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett 98 3 mi PW (New Course) 36

39 TSSAA BOYS CROSS COUNTRY PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE DIST. SITE 1986 Chattanooga Baylor 54 Knoxville Farragut 81 3 mi PW (New Course) 1985 Oak Ridge 73 Chatt. Baylor/Hixson tie mi PW (New Course) 1984 Oak Ridge 65 Knoxville Farragut 71 3 mi PW (New Course) 1983 Oak Ridge 51 Bristol Tennessee High 96 3 mi Percy Warner 1982 Memphis Christian Brothers 57 Knoxville Fulton mi Percy Warner 1981 Jonesborough Daniel Boone 95 Dickson County mi Percy Warner 1980 Oak Ridge 115 Memphis Frayser mi Percy Warner 1979 Clarksville Northwest 88 Knoxville Farragut mi Percy Warner 1978 Clarksville Northwest 47 Memphis Harding Academy 71 3 mi Percy Warner 1977 Memphis Harding Academy 82 Chattanooga East Ridge 84 3 mi Percy Warner 1976 Memphis Fairley 76 Nashville East 98 3 mi Percy Warner 1975 Nashville McGavock 59 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett 78 3 mi Percy Warner 1974 Clarksville Northwest 84 Nashville McGavock 91 3 mi Percy Warner 1973 Memphis Raleigh-Egypt 63 Nashville Antioch 89 3 mi Percy Warner 1972 Memphis Raleigh-Egypt 34 Nashville McGavock 55 2 mi Percy Warner 1971 Clarksville 57 Murfreesboro Central 95 2 mi Percy Warner 1970 Knoxville Doyle 47 Memphis Frayser mi Two Rivers Park 1969 Clarksville 57 Knoxville Doyle 62 2 mi Shelby Park 1968 Memphis Frayser 60 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett 79 2 mi Shelby Park 1967 Memphis Trezevant 57 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett 66 2 mi Shelby Park 1966 Clarksville 50 Memphis Trezevant 96 2 mi Shelby Park 1965 Clarksville 47 Memphis Frayser 84 2 mi Shelby Park 1964 Clarksville 69 Johnson City Science Hill 91 2 mi Shelby Park 1963 Johnson City Science Hill 55 Nashville East mi Murfreesboro 1962 Nashville East 45 Memphis Catholic 66 2 mi Memphis State 1961 Clarksville 52 Nashville East 57 2 mi Memphis State 1960 Clarksville 43 Oak Ridge 53 2 mi Memphis State 37

40 TSSAA STATE BOYS CROSS COUNTRY STATE RECORDS TEAM RECORDS MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS 8 - Baylor ( ) 8 - Oak Ridge ( ) 7 - Clarksville ( ) 6 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 6 - Houston ( ) 6 - Webb School of Knoxville ( ) 4 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 4 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 4 - McCallie ( ) 4 - Montgomery Bell Academy ( ) 3 - Farragut ( ) 3 - Martin Luther King ( ) 3 - Northwest ( ) 3 - University School of Nashville ( ) 2 - Brentwood ( ) 2 - Chattanooga Christian ( ) 2 - Daniel Boone ( ) 2 - Greeneville ( ) 2 - Memphis University School ( ) 2 - Raleigh Egypt ( ) CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 3 - Clarksville ( ) 3 - Martin Luther King ( ) 3 - Oak Ridge ( ); ( ) 2 - Baylor ( ); ( ); ( ) 2 - Brentwood ( ) 2 - Chattanooga Christian ( ) 2 - Clarksville ( ) 2 - Dobyns Bennett ( ); ( ) 2 - Greeneville ( ) 2 - Houston ( ); ( ) 2 - McCallie ( ) 2 - Memphis University School ( ) 2 - Montgomery Bell Academy ( ); ( ) 2 - Northwest ( ) 2 - Raleigh Egypt ( ) 2 - University School of Nashville ( ) 2 - Webb School of Knoxville ( ); ( ) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS 3 - Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Academy ( ) 3 - Austin Weaver, Franklin Road Academy ( ) 3 - Jon Slaughter, McGavock/Antioch ( ) 2 - Jamie Gifford, Baylor ( ) 2 - Sean Keveren, Brentwood ( ) 2 - Jack Burton, David Lipscomb ( ) 2 - Andy Baksa, Farragut ( ) 2 - Will Templeton, Hardin Valley ( ) 2 - Tony Cosey, Knoxville Central ( ) 2 - Sean Stevens, Knoxville West ( ) 2 - Brandon Mahaney, Macon County ( ) 2 - Sam Klockenkemper, Martin Luther King ( ) 2 - Walter Deneen, Science Hill ( ) 2 - Elliot Baerman, Webb School of Knoxville ( ) 2 - Wes Stockard, Webb School of Knoxville ( ) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS CONT. SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 8 - Knoxville West ( ) 7 - Baylor ( ) 5 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 5 - Webb School of Knoxville ( ) 3 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 3 - Hardin Valley ( ) 3 - Houston ( ) 3 - Knoxville Central ( ) 3 - Montgomery Bell Academy ( ) 3 - Science Hill ( ) 2 - Antioch ( ) 2 - Battle Ground Academy ( ) 2 - Brentwood ( ) 2 - Christian Brothers ( ) 2 - David Lipscomb ( ) 2 - Farragut ( ) 2 - Happy Valley ( ) 2 - Macon County ( ) 2 - Martin Luther King ( ) 2 - McGavock ( ) 2 - Memphis University School ( ) 2 - Oak Ridge ( ) 2 - University School of Nashville ( ) BEST TIME ON PERCY WARNER 5K COURSE (2006-PRESENT) 15: Bill Matthews, Baylor (2008) 15: Matt Sonnenfeldt, Knoxville West ( : Sean Keveren, Brentwood (2007) 15: John Sharpe, Oak Ridge (2009) 15: Aaron Templeton, Hardin Valley (2012) 15: Brandon Lord, Baylor (2009) 15: Daniel Peters, Montgomery Bell Academy (2011) 16: Will Templeton, Hardin Valley (2011) 16: Clay Adams, Brentwood Academy (2006) 16: Will Templeton, Hardin Valley (2010) BEST TIME ON PERCY WARNER 3 MI. COURSE ( ) 14:14 - Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Academy (2004) 14:41 - Jamie Gifford, Baylor (1996) 14:44 - Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Academy (2003) 14:53 - Jamie Gifford, Baylor (1995) 14:56 - Ben Phillips, Cleveland (1994) BEST TIME ON PERCY WARNER 3 MI. COURSE ( ) 14:16 - Walter Dineen, Science Hill (1981) 14:30 - Jack Burton, David Lipscomb (1978) 14:36 - Walter Dineen, Science Hill (1985) 14:37 - Bob Whelan, Dickson County (1985) 14:38 - Chuck Brown, Sullivan East (1976) BEST TIME ON SHELBY PARK 2 MI. COURSE ( ) 10:02 - John Mohundro, Memphis Overton (1967) 9:57 - Gordon Wilson, Millington (1965) 9:58 - Bill Herron, Knoxville West (1968) 38

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43 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Girls Cross Country State Champions Division II, Class A Individual Champion Peighton Meske Webb School of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Team Champions Webb School of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Division II, Class AA Individual Champion Allison Cheeseman Brentwood Academy (Brentwood, TN) Team Champions Baylor School (Chattanooga, TN) Photos Provided By: 41

44 TSSAA GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY PAST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION TIME RUNNER-UP TIME DIST. SITE 2012 Nicole Gardner, Siegel (AAA) 18:44.13 Bailee Dean, Cane Ridge 18: mi PW (5K Course) Barbara Ball, Lipscomb Aca. (A-AA) 19:09.42 Jessica Clarke, Christ Presbyterian Aca. 20: mi PW (5K Course) Allison Cheeseman, Brentwood Aca. (DII-AA) 19:18.78 Mayson Morrissett, St. Benedict 19: mi PW (5K Course) Peighton Meske, Knoxville Webb (DII-A) 19:30.59 Madeline Christian, Knoxville Webb 19: mi PW (5K Course) 2011 Haley Ward, McMinn Co. (AAA) 18:41.84 Nicole Gardner, Siegel 18: mi PW (5K Course) Barbara Ball, David Lipscomb (A-AA) 19:21.93 Claudia Smith, Murfreesboro Central 20: mi PW (5K Course) Reagan Freeman, Harpeth Hall (DII-AA) 18:59.32 Allison Cheeseman, Brentwood Aca. 19: mi PW (5K Course) Natalie Ritchie, Knoxville Webb (DII-A) 19:40.12 Emily Peters, St. Cecilia 19: mi PW (5K Course) 2010 Joanna Thompson, Knoxville Catholic (AAA) 17:51.10 Molly Foster, Science Hill 18: mi PW (5K Course) Barbara Ball, David Lipscomb (A-AA) 19:31.30 Jackilann Street, Bradford 20: mi PW (5K Course) Hannah Jumper, Baylor (DII-AA) 18:20.88 Tenley Godfrey, Baylor 18: mi PW (5K Course) Emily Peters, St. Cecilia (DII-A) 19:34.60 Natalie Ritchie, Knoxville Webb 20: mi PW (5K Course) 2009 Megan Ferowich, Knoxville Catholic (AAA) 17:47.76 Joanna Thompson, Knoxville Catholic 19: mi PW (5K Course) Claire Turner, Red Bank (A-AA) 19:46.20 Barbara Ball, David Lipscomb 19: mi PW (5K Course) Hannah Jumper, Baylor (DII-AA) 19:30.13 Kacey Nobert, St. Agnes 19: mi PW (5K Course) Amber Zimmerman, Knoxville Webb (DII-A) 20:03.33 Audrey Hazelhurst, Univ. School of Jackson 20: mi PW (5K Course) 2008 Kathy Kroeger, Independence (AAA) 17:08.93 Allie Scalf, Science Hill 18: mi PW (5K Course) Miranda Klein, David Lipscomb (A-AA) 19:36.63 Audrey Hazlehurst, Univ. School of Jackson 19: mi PW (5K Course) Kacey Nobert, St. Agnes (DII-AA) 18:54.37 Amber Zimmerman, Knoxville Webb 19: mi PW (5K Course) Keely Stewart, St. Andrew s-sewanee (DII-A) 21:00.12 Sloan Scott, Harding Academy 21: mi PW (5K Course) 2007 Kathy Kroeger, Independence (AAA) 17:57.90 Virginia Hale, White Station 18: mi PW (5K Course) Jessica Duble, Chatt. Christian (A-AA) 19:42.97 Audrey Hazlehurst, Univ. School of Jackson 20: mi PW (5K Course) Kacey Nobert, St. Agnes (DII-AA) 18:37.15 Amber Zimmerman, Knoxville Webb 19: mi PW (5K Course) Keely Stewart, St. Andrew s-sewanee (DII-A) 21:26.25 Laura Lea Rubino, Univ. School of Nashville 21: mi PW (5K Course) 2006 Kathy Kroeger, Independence (AAA) 16:59.45 Rita Jorgensen, White Station 18: mi PW (5K Course) Jessica Duble, Chatt. Christian (A-AA) 19:31.85 Leah Nelson, Univ. Sch. JC 20: mi PW (5K Course) Amber Zimmerman, Knox. Webb (Div. II) 19:05.74 Kristin Holloway, GPS 19: mi PW (5K Course) 2005 Kathy Kroeger, Independence (AAA) 17:31.26 Renae Vanwyhe, Collierville 18: mi PW (New Course) Stephanie Davenport, Univ. Sch. JC (A-AA) 19:14.04 Ashtin Serna, Creek Wood 19: mi PW (New Course) Alyssa Mankin, Brentwood Aca. (Div. II) 18:29.43 Kristin Holloway, GPS 18: mi PW (New Course) 2004 Jill Skinner, Brentwood (AAA) 17:47.28 Virginia Hine, White Station 18: mi PW (New Course) Ashtin Serna, Creek Wood (A-AA) 18:34.80 Katye Stone, Sullivan Central 18: mi PW (New Course) Morgan Stengal, Harpeth Hall (Div. II) 18:26.83 Alyssa Mankin, Brentwood Aca. 18: mi PW (New Course) 2003 Jill Skinner, Brentwood (AAA) 17:54 Rita Jorgensen, White Station 18:08 3 mi PW (New Course) Caitlin Paquet, Page (A-AA) 18:58 Kara Sephal, Lipscomb 19:04 3 mi PW (New Course) Denise Bargiachi, St. Benedict (Div. II) 18:24 Kelsey Tunny, Brentwood Aca. 18:49 3 mi PW (New Course) 2002 Laura Koob, McMInn Co. (AAA) 18:13 Emily Bain, Bolton 18:25 3 mi PW (New Course) Lauren Williams, Lipscomb (A-AA) 18:42 Jill Konkil, Obion Co. 19:01 3 mi PW (New Course) Denise Bargiachi, St. Benedict (Div. II) 18:36 Lauren Lunsford, ECS 18:42 3 mi PW (New Course) 2001 Megan Cauble, Knoxville West (AAA) 18:19 Jessica Jansen, Farragut 18:34 3 mi PW (New Course) Kori Bledsoe, Fairview (A-AA) 18:57 Nan Spicer, Lipscomb 19:20 3 mi PW (New Course) Whitney Wonderlin, BGA (Div. II) 18:22 Morgan Stengel, Harpeth Hall 18:43 3 mi PW (New Course) 2000 Sarah Damen, Oak Ridge (AAA) 17:40 Elizabeth Benson, Gallatin 17:52 3 mi PW (New Course) Suzanne Walker, Chatt. Christian (A-AA) 18:48 Jill Konkol, Obion County 18:58 3 mi PW (New Course) Whitney Wonderlin, BGA (Div. II) 18:14 Ashley Murphy, Baylor 18:35 3 mi PW (New Course) 1999 Erin MacBeth, Murf. Oakland (AAA) 17:52 Kristen Furman, Bartlett 18:39 3 mi PW (New Course) Maggie Silvers, Lexington (A-AA) 18:49 Margaux Cowen, Alcoa 19:04 3 mi PW (New Course) Michelle Kinney, St. Benedict (Div. II) 18:48 Ellen Davis, Chatt. GPS 18:50 3 mi PW (New Course) 1998 Christy Baird, Knoxville West (AAA) 17:40 Erin MacBeth, Murf. Oakland 18:05 3 mi PW (New Course) Keely Weaver, Nash. FRA (A-AA) 18:05 Margaux Cowen, Alcoa 18:49 3 mi PW (New Course) Christy Csorna, Nash. Father Ryan (Div. II) 18:27 Jamie McGee, Harpeth Hall 18:57 3 mi PW (New Course) 1997 Christy Baird, Knoxville West (AAA) 17:58 Erin MacBeth, Murf. Oakland 18:13 3 mi PW (New Course) Keely Weaver, Nash. FRA (A-AA) 17:48 Erin Little, Clarkrange 18:42 3 mi PW (New Course) Pam Schmidt, Mem. St. Benedict (Div. II) 19:11 Debby Gifford, Chatt. Baylor 19:19 3 mi PW (New Course) 1996 Christy Baird, Knoxville West (AAA) 17:31 Leah Perkins, Bristol Tenn. Hi. 18:14 3 mi PW (New Course) Keely Weaver, Franklin Road Acad. (A-AA) 18:32 Bobbie Jo Davis, Christian Sch. Knox. 18:55 3 mi PW (New Course) 1995 Carla McCready, Kingsport D-B (AAA) 17:34 Christy Baird, Knox, West 18:15 3 mi PW (New Course) Meghan Mantlo, D. Lipscomb (A-AA) 17:50 Lauren Bogaty, Knox. Catholic 18:33 3 mi PW (New Course) 1994 Carla McCready, Kngsprt D-B (AAA) 17:57 Elli Bonnett, Kngsprt D-B 18:14 3 mi PW (New Course) Andrea Davis, Waverly (A-AA) 18:24 Amanda Stewart, Greeneville 19:04 3 mi PW (New Course) 1993 Carla McCready, Kngsprt D-B (AAA) 17:54 Katie Lunn, Chatt.Baylor 18:06 3 mi PW (New Course) Lindley Harrison,Mem.Brcrest(A-AA) 18:11 Meghan Mantlo, Nash.Lipscomb 18:14 3 mi PW (New Course) 1992 Whitney Spannuth, J.C.Sc.Hll(AAA) 17:51 Kazumi Oyama, Hendersonville 18:11 3 mi PW (New Course) Lindsey Orcutt,Nash.HarpethH.(A-AA) 18:15 Ashley Lawler, Brentwood Ac. 18:25 3 mi PW (New Course) 1991 Whitney Spannuth, J.C.Sc.Hll (AAA) 18:03 Katie Lunn, Chatt.Baylor 18:44 3 mi PW (New Course) Lindley Harrison,Mem.Brcrst (A-AA) 18:18 Josephine Schaeffer, M.Htchnsn 18:44 3 mi PW (New Course) 1990 Angie Culbertson, Sullivan Central 18:39 Whitney Spannuth, J.C.Sc.Hill 19:14 3 mi PW (New Course) 1989 Angie Culbertson, Sullivan Central 18:39 Tiffany Myers, Germantown 19:05 3 mi PW (New Course) 1988 Elizabeth Johnson, Chatt. GPS 19:20 Christy Cupp, Anderson Co. 19:23 3 mi PW (New Course) 1987 Beth Tallent, Nash. Lipscomb 18:34 Angie Culbertson, Sull.Centrl 19:07 3 mi PW (New Course) 1986 Beth Tallent, Nash. Lipscomb 18:53.1 Becky Herd, Chatt.East Rdge. 18: mi PW (New Course) 42

45 TSSAA GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY PAST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION TIME RUNNER-UP TIME DIST. SITE 1985 Beth Tallent, Nash. Lipscomb 17:51 Margaret Harrison, Knox.Webb 18:02 3 mi PW (New Course) 1984 Lesley Whitehead, Sullivan South 17:35.9 Beth Tallent, Nash.Lipscomb 17: mi Percy Warner 1983 Lesley Whitehead, Sullivan South 17:40 Kathy Perez, Knox. Farragut 18:02 3 mi Percy Warner 1982 Lesley Whitehead, Sullivan South 11:28 Karol Davidson, Oak Ridge 11:31 2 mi Percy Warner 1981 Karol Davidson, Oak Ridge 11:09.6 Mary Delaney, Mem.BshpByrne 11: mi Percy Warner 1980 Sloan Burton, Nash. Harpeth Hall 10:38 Ginger Sullivan, N.HarpthHall 10:53 2 mi Percy Warner 1979 Sandy Forsythe, Mem. Skyview 11:06 Wendy Truska, Mem.Frayser 11:26 2 mi Percy Warner 1978 Tania Wells, Memphis Melrose 10:53 Glenda Valley, Mem. Catholic 11:08 2 mi Percy Warner 1977 Phyllis Hines, Tullahoma 8:18 Tania Wells, Mem. Melrose 8: mi Percy Warner 1976 Tania Wells, Memphis Melrose 8:02 Phyllis Hines, Tullahoma 8: mi Percy Warner 1975 Margaret Groos, Nash.Harpeth Hall 8:31 Amy Wadlington, Brentwood Ac. 1.5 mi Percy Warner 43

46 TSSAA GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE DIST. SITE 2012 Ravenwood (AAA) 90 Siegel mi PW (5K Course) Christian Academy of Knoxville (A-AA) 96 Macon Co mi PW (5K Course) Baylor (DII-AA) 60 Brentwood Academy mi PW (5K Course) Webb School of Knoxville (DII-A) 40 University School of Nashville mi PW (5K Course) 2011 Ravenwood (AAA) 113 Science Hill mi PW (5K Course) Chattanooga Christian (A-AA) 86 Greeneville mi PW (5K Course) Harpeth Hall (DII-AA) 50 St. Benedict mi PW (5K Course) University School of Nashville (DII-A) 39 Webb School of Knoxville mi PW (5K Course) 2010 Oak Ridge (AAA) 79 Science Hill mi PW (5K Course) Greeneville (A-AA) 82 Hume-Fogg mi PW (5K Course) Baylor (DII-AA) 20 St. Agnes mi PW (5K Course) Webb School of Knoxville (DII-A) 50 St. Ceilia mi PW (5K Course) 2009 Oak Ridge (AAA) 67 Knoxville Catholic mi PW (5K Course) University School JC (A-AA) 95 Trinity Christian mi PW (5K Course) Baylor (DII-AA) 48 Ensworth mi PW (5K Course) Webb School of Knxoville (DII-A) 33 University School of Jackson mi PW (5K Course) 2008 Science Hill (AAA) 50 Oak Ridge mi PW (5K Course) University School JC (A-AA) 102 Knoxville Catholic mi PW (5K Course) Baylor (DII-AA) 45 Brentwood Academy mi PW (5K Course) University School of Nashville (DII-A) 29 Harding Academy mi PW (5K Course) 2007 Oak Ridge (AAA) 43 Science Hill mi PW (5K Course) University School JC (A-AA) 47 Jackson Christian mi PW (5K Course) St. Agnes (DII-AA) 39 Ensworth mi PW (5K Course) University School of Nashville (DII-A) 25 Harding Academy mi PW (5K Course) 2006 Morristown West (AAA) 51 Oak Ridge mi PW (5K Course) University School JC (A-AA) 52 David Lipscomb mi PW (5K Course) Webb School of Knoxville (Div. II) 64 Harpeth Hall mi PW (5K Course) 2005 Morristown West (AAA) 48 Houston mi PW (New Course) University School JC (A-AA) 87 Chattanooga Christian 90 3 mi PW (New Course) University School of Nashville (Div. II) 90 Webb School of Knoxville 95 3 mi PW (New Course) 2004 Brentwood (AAA) 60 Morristown West 70 3 mi PW (New Course) David Lipscomb (A-AA) 64 Chattanooga Christian 97 3 mi PW (New Course) Brentwood Academy (Div. II) 81 Girls Preparatory School 82 3 mi PW (New Course) 2003 Brentwood (AAA) 68 White Station mi PW (New Course) David Lipscomb (A-AA) 63 Happy Valley 74 3 mi PW (New Course) Harpeth Hall (Div. II) 57 Brentwood Academy 65 3 mi PW (New Course) 2002 Houston (AAA) 56 Farragut 90 3 mi PW (New Course) David Lipscomb (A-AA) 91 Sullivan Central mi PW (New Course) Harpeth Hall (Div. II) 39 Girls Preparatory School 81 3 mi PW (New Course) 2001 Houston (AAA) 25 Farragut 84 3 mi PW (New Course) David Lipscomb (A-AA) 78 Sullivan Central 87 3 mi PW (New Course) Harpeth Hall (Div. II) 31 Brentwood Academy 62 3 mi PW (New Course) 2000 Houston (AAA) 76 Oak Ridge 83 3 mi PW (New Course) Chattanooga Christian (A-AA) 49 David Lipscomb mi PW (New Course) Harpeth Hall (Div. II) 65 Chattanooga GPS 75 3 mi PW (New Course) 1999 Oak Ridge (AAA) 56 Germantown Houston mi PW (New Course) Chattanooga Christian (A-AA) 54 Hume Fogg 74 3 mi PW (New Course) Chatt. Girls Prep. School (Div. II) 44 Chatt. Baylor 60 3 mi PW (New Course) 1998 Knoxville West (AAA) 77 Oak Ridge 94 3 mi PW (New Course) Sullivan Central (A-AA) 56 Chattanooga Christian 63 3 mi PW (New Course) Chattanooga Girls Prep. School (Div. II) 36 Father Ryan 49 3 mi PW (New Course) 1997 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett (AAA) 56 Oak Ridge 70 3 mi PW (New Course) Sullivan Central (A-AA) 25 Nash. Hume-Fogg Academic 84 3 mi PW (New Course) Chattanooga Baylor (Div. II) 55 Chattanooga GPS 80 3 mi PW (New Course) 1996 Oak Ridge (AAA) 90 Knoxville Farragut 90 3 mi PW (New Course) Chattanooga Girls Prep. School (A-AA) 56 Nashville Harpeth Hall 83 3 mi PW (New Course) 1995 Chattanooga Baylor (AAA) 62 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett 89 3 mi PW (New Course) Chatt. Girls Prep. School (A-AA) 93 Nash. Harpeth Hall mi PW (New Course) 1994 Johnson City Science Hill (AAA) 60 Morristown West 60 3 mi PW (New Course) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 38 Nashville Harpeth Hall mi PW (New Course) 1993 AAA Morristown West 52 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett 63 3 mi PW (New Course) A-AA Chattanooga Girls Prp. School 58 Brentwood Academy 67 3 mi PW (New Course) 1992 AAA Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett 49 Knoxville Farragut 97 3 mi PW (New Course) A-AA Brentwood Academy 60 Chattanooga Girls Prp. School 92 3 mi PW (New Course) 1991 AAA Chattanooga Baylor 64 Knoxville Farragut 70 3 mi PW (New Course) A-AA Chatt. Girls Prp. School 39 Nashville Harpeth Hall 80 3 mi PW (New Course) 1990 AAA Knoxville Farragut 49 Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett 60 3 mi PW (New Course) A-AA Chatt. Girls Prp. School 27 Brentwood Academy 67 3 mi PW (New Course) 1989 Blountville Sullivan Central 77 Brentwood Academy 85 3 mi PW (New Course) 1988 Blountville Sullivan Central 44 Knoxville Farragut 50 3 mi PW (New Course) 1987 Knoxville Farragut 77 Chattanooga Girls Prp. School 91 3 mi PW (New Course) 44

47 TSSAA GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE DIST. SITE 1986 Gallatin 69 Chattanooga Girls Prp. School 86 3 mi Percy Warner 1985 Gallatin 71 Oak Ridge 75 3 mi Percy Warner 1984 Knoxville Farragut 21 Oak Ridge 78 3 mi Percy Warner 1983 Knoxville Farragut 30 Oak Ridge 80 3 mi Percy Warner 1982 Oak Ridge 20 Knoxville Farragut 68 2 mi Percy Warner 1981 Nashville Harpeth Hall 39 Oak Ridge 54 2 mi Percy Warner 1980 Nashville Harpeth Hall 27 Memphis Bishop Byrne 93 2 mi Percy Warner 1979 Memphis Catholic 84 Germantown 86 2 mi Percy Warner 1978 Nashville Harpeth Hall 52 Memphis Catholic 95 2 mi Percy Warner 1977 Nashville Harpeth Hall 41 Nashville Hillsboro mi Percy Warner 1976 Nashville Harpeth Hall 30 Tullahoma mi Percy Warner 1975 Nashville Harpeth Hall 35 Knoxville Bearden mi Percy Warner 45

48 TSSAA STATE GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY STATE RECORDS TEAM RECORDS MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS 11 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 7 - Baylor ( ) 7 - Girls Preparatory School ( ) 6 - Oak Ridge ( ) 5 - University School JC ( ) 4 - David Lipscomb ( ) 4 - Farragut ( ) 4 - Sullivan Central ( ) 4 - University School of Nashville ( ) 4 - Webb School of Knoxville ( ) 3 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 3 - Chattanooga Christian ( ) 3 - Houston ( ) 3 - Morristown West ( ) 2 - Brentwood ( ) 2 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 2 - Gallatin ( ) 2 - Ravenwood ( ) 2 - Science Hill ( ) CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - University School JC ( ) 4 - David Lipscomb ( ) 4 - Harpeth Hall ( ); ( ) 3 - Baylor ( ) 3 - Houston ( ) 2 - Brentwood ( ) 2 - Chattanooga Christian ( ) 2 - Farragut ( ) 2 - Gallatin ( ) 2 - Girls Preparatory School ( ); ( ); ( ) 2 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 2 - Morristown West ( ) 2 - Oak Ridge ( ) 2 - Ravenwood ( ) 2 - Sullivan Central ( ); ( ) 2 - University School of Nashville ( ) 2 - Webb School of Knoxville ( ) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Kathy Kroeger, Independence ( ) 3 - Beth Tallent, David Lipscomb ( ) 3 - Keely Weaver, Franklin Road Academy ( ) 3 - Barbara Ball, Lipscomb Aca. ( ) 3 - Carla McCready, Dobyns Bennett ( ) 3 - Christy Baird, Knoxville West ( ) 3 - Lesley Whitehead, Sullivan South ( ) 2 - Whitni Wonderlin, Battle Ground Academy ( ) 2 - Hannah Jumper, Baylor ( ) 2 - Jill Skinner, Brentwood ( ) 2 - Lindley Harrison, Briarcrest ( ) 2 - Jessica Duble, Chattanooga Christian ( ) 2 - Angie Culbertson, Sullivan Central ( ) 2 - Amber Zimmerman, Knoxville Webb ( ) 2 - Tania Wells, Melrose ( ) 2 - Whitney Spannuth, Science Hill ( ) 2 - Kacey Nobert, St. Agnes ( ) 2 - Keeley Stewart, St. Andrew s-sewanee ( ) 2 - Denise Bargiachi, St. Benedict ( ) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS CONT. SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 9 - Lipscomb Aca. ( ) 5 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 4 - Independence ( ) 4 - Knoxville West ( ) 4 - St. Benedict ( ) 4 - Webb School of Knoxville ( ) 3 - Chattanooga Christian ( ) 3 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 3 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 3 - Sullivan South ( ) 2 - Battle Ground Academy ( ) 2 - Baylor ( ) 2 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 2 - Brentwood ( ) 2 - Briarcrest ( ) 2 - Knoxville Catholic ( ) 2 - McMinn Co. ( ) 2 - Melrose ( ) 2 - Oak Ridge ( ) 2 - Science Hill ( ) 2 - St. Agnes ( ) 2 - St. Andrew s-sewanee ( ) 2 - Sullivan Central ( ) BEST TIME ON PERCY WARNER 5K COURSE (2006-PRESENT) 16: Kathy Kroeger, Independence (2006) 17: Kathy Kroeger, Independence (2008) 17: Joanna Thompson, Knoxville Catholic (2010) 17: Kathy Kroeger, Independence (2007) 18: Hannah Jumper, Baylor (2010) 18: Kacey Nobert, St. Agnes (2007) 18: Haley Ward, McMinn Co. (2011) 18: Nicole Gardner, Siegel (2012) 18: Kacey Nobert, St. Agnes (2008) 18: Reagan Freeman, Harpeth Hall (2011) BEST TIME ON PERCY WARNER 3 MI. COURSE ( ) 17:31 - Christy Baird, Knoxville West (1996) 17: Kathy Kroeger, Independence (2005) 17:34 - Carla McCready, Dobyns Bennett (1995) 17:40 - Christy Baird, Knoxville West (1998) 17:40 - Sarah Damen, Oak Ridge (2000) 17:47 - Jill Skinner, Brentwood (2004) 17:48 - Keely Weaver, Franklin Road Academy (1997) 17:50 - Meghan Mantlo, David Lipscomb (1995) 17:51 - Whitney Spannuth, Science Hill (1992) 17:52 - Erin MacBeth, Oakland (1999) 17:54 - Carla McCready, Dobyns Bennett (1993) 17:54 - Jill Skinner, Brentwood (2003) 17:57 - Carla McCready, Dobyns Bennett (1994) 17:58 - Christy Baird, Knoxville West (1997) 18:03 - Whitney Spannuth, Science Hill (1991) 18:05 - Keely Weaver, Franklin Road Academy 1998) BEST TIME ON PERCY WARNER 3 MI. COURSE ( ) 17:35 - Lesley Whitehead, Sullivan South (1984) 17:40 - Lesley Whitehead, Sullivan South (1983) BEST TIME ON PERCY WARNER 2 MI. COURSE ( ) 10:38 - Sloan Burton, Harpeth Hall (1980) BEST TIME ON SHELBY PARK 1.5 MI. COURSE ( ) 8:02 - Tania Wells, Melrose (1976) 8:18 - Phyllis Hines, Tullahoma (1977) 46

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50 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2012 Football State Champions Division I, Class 1A Division I, Class 2A Team Champions Gordonsville High School (Gordonsville, TN) Team Champions Friendship Christian School (Lebanon, TN) Division I, Class 3A Division I, Class 4A Team Champions Christian Academy of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Team Champions Fulton High School (Knoxville, TN) 48 Photos Provided By:

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52 TSSAA FOOTBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP CLASS 6A YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2012 Whitehaven (15-0) Maryville (14-1) (OT) Cookeville 2011 Maryville (15-0) Whitehaven (14-1) 23-7 Cookeville 2010 Maryville (14-1) Smyrna (13-2) Cookeville 2009 White Station (13-2) Maryville (13-2) Cookeville CLASS 5A YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2012 Beech (15-0) Columbia (12-3) Cookeville 2011 Henry County (15-0) Powell (14-1) Cookeville 2010 Columbia Central (13-2) Hendersonville (11-4) 28-7 Cookeville 2009 Beech (13-2) Columbia Central (13-2) Cookeville 2008 Oakland (14-1) Franklin (13-2) Murfreesboro 2007 Smyrna (12-3) Independence (11-4) Murfreesboro 2006 Smyrna (13-2) Ravenwood (10-5) Murfreesboro 2005 Ravenwood (14-1) Oak Ridge (13-2) 14-7 Murfreesboro 2004 Riverdale (15-0) Franklin (13-2) 35-7 Murfreesboro 2003 Germantown (14-1) Riverdale (12-3) 10-7 Murfreesboro 2002 Brentwood (14-1) Riverdale (13-2) 10-7 Murfreesboro 2001 Riverdale (15-0) Hendersonville (13-2) 35-7 Murfreesboro 2000 Red Bank (15-0) Riverdale (13-2) 27-7 Murfreesboro 1999 Sevier County Glencliff Nashville 1998 Oakland Hendersonville Nashville 1997 Riverdale Munford Nashville 1996 Brentwood Academy Jefferson County 28-7 Nashville 1995 Brentwood Academy Riverdale Nashville 1994 Riverdale Germantown Nashville 1993 Lincoln County Riverdale 20-7 Nashville CLASS 4A YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2012 Fulton (13-2) Covington (14-1) Cookeville 2011 Greeneville (14-1) Maplewood (11-4) 37-0 Cookeville 2010 Greeneville (15-0) Trezevant (13-2) Cookeville 2009 Giles County (14-1) Greeneville (11-4) Cookeville 2008 Hillsboro (13-2) Maryville (14-1) 10-7 Murfreesboro 2007 Maryville (15-0) Maplewood (12-3) Murfreesboro 2006 Maryville (15-0) Hillsboro (14-1) Murfreesboro 2005 Maryville (15-0) Melrose (13-2) Murfreesboro 2004 Maryville (15-0) Melrose (14-1) 7-6 Murfreesboro 2003 Hillsboro (14-1) Morristown West (11-4) 21-0 Murfreesboro 2002 Maryville (15-0) Hillsboro (14-1) Murfreesboro 2001 Maryville (14-1) Hillsboro (14-1) Murfreesboro 2000 Maryville (11-4) Memphis East (13-2) Murfreesboro 1999 Memphis East Knoxville Central Nashville 1998 Maryville Whites Creek Nashville 1997 Pearl Cohn Maryville Nashville 1996 Pearl Cohn Knoxville Halls Nashville 1995 Cleveland Haywood 14-3 Nashville 1994 Cleveland Haywood 7-6 Nashville 1993 Cleveland Brentwood Academy Nashville 50

53 TSSAA FOOTBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP CLASS 3A YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2012 Christian Academy of Knoxville (14-1) Milan (12-3) Cookeville 2011 Christian Academy of Knoxville (13-2) Milan (13-2) Cookeville 2010 Alcoa (15-0) Goodpasture (13-2) Cookeville 2009 Alcoa (15-0) Milan (14-1) 21-0 Cookeville 2008 Knoxville Catholic (15-0) Mitchell (10-5) Murfreesboro 2007 David Lipscomb (14-1) Fulton (12-3) Murfreesboro 2006 Fulton (14-1) David Lipscomb (13-2) Murfreesboro 2005 Livingston Academy (10-5) David Lipscomb (13-2) Murfreesboro 2004 Fulton (13-2) Greenbrier (13-2) 34-6 Murfreesboro 2003 Fulton (14-1) Covington (11-4) 36-9 Murfreesboro 2002 Ridgeway (14-1) Fulton (14-1) Murfreesboro 2001 Austin East (13-2) Crockett County (12-3) Murfreesboro 2000 Portland (15-0) Covington (13-2) 43-0 Murfreesboro 1999 Milan Portland Nashville 1998 Melrose Kingston Nashville 1997 White House Melrose Nashville 1996 Melrose Tyner Nashville 1995 Marion County Humboldt 28-7 Nashville 1994 Marion County Portland Nashville 1993 Springfield McMinn Central 28-6 Nashville CLASS 2A YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2012 Friendship Christian (13-1) Adamsville (12-2) 44-7 Cookeville 2011 Friendship Christian (12-3) Dresden (12-3) 34-0 Cookeville 2010 Signal Mountain (14-0) Trinity Christian (9-5) Cookeville 2009 Trousdale County (13-1) Boyd Buchanan (11-2) 13-7 Cookeville 2008 Alcoa (14-1) Milan (14-1) Murfreesboro 2007 Alcoa (14-1) Goodpasture (13-2) 35-3 Murfreesboro 2006 Alcoa (13-2) Goodpasture (14-1) 31-3 Murfreesboro 2005 Alcoa (14-1) Goodpasture (11-4) Murfreesboro 2004 Alcoa (14-1) Huntingdon (12-3) Murfreesboro 2003 Huntingdon (14-1) David Lipscomb (14-1) Murfreesboro 2002 David Lipscomb (13-2) Mitchell (12-3) 28-0 Murfreesboro 2001 Goodpasture (12-2) Westview (13-2) 14-0 Murfreesboro 2000 Alcoa (15-0) Union City (14-1) Murfreesboro 1999 Goodpasture Huntingdon 31-6 Nashville 1998 Milan David Lipscomb 16-6 Nashville 1997 Tyner Union City Nashville 1996 Webb School of Knoxville Goodpasture Nashville 1995 Goodpasture Meigs County Nashville 1994 David Lipscomb Harriman 42-0 Nashville 1993 Sweetwater Milan 10-6 Nashville 51

54 TSSAA FOOTBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP CLASS 1A YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2012 Gordonsville (13-1) Huntingdon (12-3) Cookeville 2011 Wayne County (14-0) South Pittsburg (12-3) Cookeville 2010 South Pittsburg (12-2) Jo Byrns (13-1) 41-6 Cookeville 2009 Union City (12-2) South Pittsburg (11-3) Cookeville 2008 Trousdale County (15-0) Jo Byrns (13-2) Murfreesboro 2007 South Pittsburg (15-0) McKenzie (13-2) Murfreesboro 2006 Jackson Christian (12-3) Friendship Christian (14-1) Murfreesboro 2005 Trousdale County (15-0) Union City (11-4) Murfreesboro 2004 Donelson Christian Academy (15-0) Boyd Buchanan (13-2) (OT) Murfreesboro 2003 Boyd Buchanan (12-2) Donelson Christian Academy (13-2) 26-3 Murfreesboro 2002 Christ Presbyterian Academy (12-3) Boyd Buchanan (13-2) (OT) Murfreesboro 2001 Ezell Harding (15-0) Cloudland (13-2) Murfreesboro 2000 Christ Presbyterian Academy (15-0) University School of Jackson (13-2) Murfreesboro 1999 South Pittsburg Moore County Nashville 1998 Trousdale County University School of Jackson Nashville 1997 Trousdale County Clarksville Academy 46-0 Nashville 1996 Donelson Christian Academy St. Benedict 51-3 Nashville 1995 Battle Ground Academy Bruceton Central 17-6 Nashville 1994 South Pittsburg Lake County 14-7 Nashville 1993 Trousdale County University School of Jackson 14-0 Nashville CLASS AAA YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 1992 Gallatin Clinton Nashville 1991 Oak Ridge Gallatin 30-0 Nashville 1990 Lincoln County Germantown Nashville 1989 Gallatin Oakland 19-9 Nashville 1988 Dickson County Oakland 10-0 Nashville 1987 Jefferson County Gallatin Nashville 1986 Knoxville Halls Germantown Nashville 1985 Hillcrest Rhea County 28-2 Nashville 1984 Oakland Hamilton 21-8 Nashville 1983 Germantown Jefferson County 37-6 Nashville 1982 Lincoln County Gallatin (OT) Nashville 1981 John Overton Rhea County 3-0 Nashville 1980 Oak Ridge Germantown 13-0 Oak Ridge 1979 Oak Ridge Jackson Central-Merry Jackson 1978 Gallatin Red Bank Chattanooga 1977 Christian Brothers Baylor Memphis 1976 Bradley Central Jackson (3 OT) Murfreesboro 1975 Oak Ridge Maplewood Murfreesboro 1974 Father Ryan Fulton Cookeville 1973 Baylor Hillcrest 6-0 Memphis 1972 Tennessee Baylor 39-6 Bristol 1971 Tennessee Covington 52-0 Bristol 1970 Murfreesboro Central Melrose 36-0 Murfreesboro 1969 Morristown East Memphis South Side Knoxville 52

55 TSSAA FOOTBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP CLASS AA YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 1992 Marion County Brentwood Academy Nashville 1991 Brentwood Academy Powell 49-7 Nashville 1990 Marion County Memphis University School 26-7 Nashville 1989 Alcoa Brentwood Academy Nashville 1988 Brentwood Academy Alcoa Nashville 1987 Brentwood Academy Austin East 31-6 Nashville 1986 Austin East Brentwood Academy Nashville 1985 Memphis University School Austin East Nashville 1984 Marshall County Marion County Nashville 1983 Austin East Memphis University School 10-7 Nashville 1982 Brentwood Academy Cleveland 7-0 Nashville 1981 Brentwood Academy Kingston Kingston 1980 Brentwood Academy Knoxville Rule Brentwood 1979 Humboldt Maryville Maryville 1978 Maryville Brentwood Academy Nashville 1977 Milan Maryville 28-6 Alcoa 1976 Maryville Brentwood Academy 27-0 Murfreesboro 1975 Loudon Trousdale County Murfreesboro 1974 Loudon Trousdale County 9-6 Lebanon 1973 Kingston Trousdale County (OT) Cookeville 1972 Trousdale County Kingston 12-0 Kingston 1971 Milan Kingston 10-7 Milan 1970 Maryville Cleveland Loudon 1969 Loudon Humboldt 30-0 Loudon CLASS A YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 1992 Oneida Battle Ground Academy Nashville 1991 Franklin Road Academy Peabody 27-8 Nashville 1990 Trousdale County Bruceton Central 14-7 Nashville 1989 Bruceton Central Donelson Christian Academy 21-6 Nashville 1988 Donelson Christian Academy Moore County Nashville 1987 Greenback Richland 32-0 Nashville 1986 Spring Hill South Pittsburg Nashville 1985 Lake County South Pittsburg Nashville 1984 Gordonsville Evangelical Christian School Nashville 1983 Evangelical Christian School Gordonsville 15-7 Nashville 1982 Memphis Catholic Marion County 21-0 Nashville 1981 Webb School of Knoxville Memphis Prep 7-6 Knoxville 1980 Lake County Meigs County 20-6 Tiptonville 1979 Alcoa Lake County 13-9 Alcoa 1978 Alcoa Goodpasture 27-0 Madison 1977 Alcoa Lake County 33-7 Alcoa 1976 Rockwood Dyer County (OT) Murfreesboro 1975 Walland White House 20-0 Murfreesboro 1974 Brentwood Academy South Pittsburg 38-7 South Pittsburg 1973 Dyer County Sequatchie County Dunlap 1972 Sweetwater White House 20-0 Hendersonville 1971 Sweetwater Collierville 34-6 Collierville 1970 Tennessee Preparatory School Sweetwater 34-0 Nashville 1969 South Pittsburg Tennessee Preparatory School 26-6 Nashville 53

56 TSSAA FOOTBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP DIVISION II CLASS AA YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2012 Ensworth (13-0) Memphis University School (10-3) Cookeville 2011 Ensworth (12-1) Baylor (11-2) Cookeville 2010 Ensworth (10-2) Baylor (10-2) Cookeville 2009 Memphis University School (13-0) Montgomery Bell Academy (9-5) Cookeville 2008 Memphis University School (13-0) Brentwood Academy (8-5) Murfreesboro 2007 Montgomery Bell Academy (13-0) Brentwood Academy (11-2) 12-0 Murfreesboro 2006 Webb School of Knoxville (9-3) Evangelical Christian School (10-2) Murfreesboro 2005 Evangelical Christian School (10-2) Webb School of Knoxville (9-3) 26-0 Murfreesboro 2004 Briarcrest (10-3) Evangelical Christian School (9-4) 24-0 Nashville 2003 Battle Ground Academy (10-3) Knoxville Catholic (12-1) Nashville 2002 Briarcrest (11-2) Battle Ground Academy (9-4) (2 OT) Nashville 2001 Battle Ground Academy (9-4) Briarcrest (8-5) Nashville 2000 Montgomery Bell Academy (12-0) Brentwood Academy (8-4) 8-7 Nashville 1999 Montgomery Bell Academy Christian Brothers Nashville 1998 Montgomery Bell Academy Brentwood Academy Nashville DIVISION II CLASS A YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2012 Webb School of Knoxville (11-1) Evangelical Christian School (6-7) Cookeville 2011 St. George s (11-3) University School of Jackson (12-1) Cookeville 2010 Webb School of Knoxville (13-0) St. George s (12-1) 42-7 Cookeville 2009 Webb School of Knoxville (12-1) University School of Jackson (11-2) 30-0 Cookeville 2008 Davidson Academy (10-2) Harding Academy (9-3) Murfreesboro 2007 St. George s (12-0) Southern Baptist Educational Center (10-2) Murfreesboro 2006 Davidson Academy (11-1) St. George s (9-2) 14-5 Murfreesboro 2005 Davidson Academy (10-2) Bishop Byrne (9-3) 27-6 Murfreesboro 2004 Bishop Byrne (7-5) Tipton-Rosemark (9-3) Nashville 2003 Southern Baptist Educational Center (9-3) Bishop Byrne (7-4) Nashville 2002 Bishop Byrne (10-2) Southern Baptist Educational Center (6-6) Nashville 2001 Bishop Byrne (9-2) Southern Baptist Educational Center (8-4) Nashville 2000 Evangelical Christian School (12-1) Briarcrest (10-3) Nashville 1999 Evangelical Christian School Briarcrest 22-6 Nashville 1998 Battle Ground Academy Briarcrest Nashville DIVISION II CLASS AAA YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2006 Brentwood Academy (11-1) McCallie (10-2) Murfreesboro 2005 Memphis University School (11-1) Christian Brothers (10-2) Murfreesboro 2004 Memphis University School (11-1) Brentwood Academy (8-5) Nashville 2003 Montgomery Bell Academy (11-1) Brentwood Academy (10-2) Nashville 2002 Montgomery Bell Academy (9-4) Brentwood Academy (9-3) Nashville 2001 McCallie (12-0) Brentwood Academy (10-3) Nashville DIVISION II LARGE YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 1997 Father Ryan Montgomery Bell Academy 10-6 Nashville DIVISION II SMALL YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 1997 Battle Ground Academy Webb School of Knoxville 19-7 Nashville 54

57 BACK OF THE YEAR 2012 (A) Will McKamey, Knoxville Grace (AA) Charlie High, CAK (AAA) Jalen Hurd, Beech (DII-A) Todd Kelly, Knox. Webb (DII-AA) Conrelius Elder, Ensworth 2011 (A) Jacob Tucker, Perry Co. (AA) Charlie High, CAK (AAA) l Tavius Mathers, Blackman (DII-A) Calab Blance, Knox. Webb (DII-AA) Cornelius Elder, Ensworth 2010 (A) Tyler Rice, Wayne Co. (AA) William Carmichael, Greeneville (AAA) Devrin Young, Bearden (DII-A) Jake Overbey, USJ (DII-AA) Jacob Huesman, Baylor 2009 (A) Terrell Robinson, South Pittsburg (AA) Bo Wallace, Giles Co. (AAA) Anthony Hayes, White Station (DII-A) Jake Overbey, USJ (DII-AA) Barry Brunetti, MUS 2008 (1A) David Jones, South Pittsburg (2A) Ben Cunningham, Goodpasture (3A) Zach Rogers, David Lipscomb (4A) Marsalis Teague, Henry Co. (5A) Tausean Holmes, Millington (DII-A) Marlon Brown, Harding Aca. (DII-AA) Tavarres Jefferson, Ensworth 2007 (1A) Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant (2A) Randall Cobb, Alcoa (3A) Deaunte Mason, Pearl Cohn (4A) Brent Burnette, Maryville (5A) Rodriguez Wilks, Smyrna (DII-A) Grant Jessen, St. George s (DII-AA) Ben Bartholomew, MBA PAST MR. FOOTBALL AWARD WINNERS Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Award LINEMAN OF THE YEAR KICKER OF THE YEAR 2012 (A) Tyler Coen, Gordonsville 2012 Jonathan King, Farragut (AA) Brett Kendrick, CAK 2011 Henrique Ribeiro, Baylor (AAA) Austin Sanders, Bradley Central 2010 Zach Sharp, Maryville (DII-A) Chase Hensley, USJ 2009 Nick Pollard, Father Ryan (DII-AA) Derek Barnett, Brentwood Aca Jared White, Trousdale Co (A) Coltin Blevins, South Pittsburg 2007 Mike Hammons, Polk Co. (AA) Terrell Rollins, Greeneville (AAA) Jay Guillermo, Maryville (DII-A) Brewer Congleton, Knox. Webb (DII-AA) Barrett Gouger, Baylor 2010 (A) Davis Frank, Knoxville Grace (AA) Darrell Warren, Alcoa (AAA) Kyler Kerbyson, Knox. Catholic (DII-A) Spencer Pulley, ECS (DII-AA) Henry Dickinson, MUS 2009 (A) Josh Carroll, Adamsville (AA) James Stone, Maplewood (AAA) Jacques Smith, Ooltewah (DII-A) Steven Stafford, ECS (DII-AA) Jonathan Brown, CBHS 2008 (1A) Preston Gilbreath, Mt. Pleasant (2A) Tyler Robinson, Alcoa (3A) Daniel Hood, Knoxville Catholic (4A) Justin Smith, Maryville (5A) Jacques Smith, Ooltewah (DII-A) Blair Arrington, Davidson Aca. (DII-AA) Austin Long, Briarcrest 2007 (1A) Alex Matlock, Bruceton (2A) Dakota Crews, Lewis Co. (3A) Dont a Hightower, Marshall Co. (4A) Aaron Douglas, Maryville (5A) LaDarrius Verge, Riverdale (DII-A) Ben Popeck, St. George s (DII-AA) Preston Bailey, MBA 55

58 PAST MR. FOOTBALL AWARD WINNERS American General Mr. Football Award BACK OF THE YEAR LINEMAN OF THE YEAR KICKER OF THE YEAR 2006 (1A) Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant 2006 (1A) Cole Trim, Fayette Aca Josh Jasper, Ridgeway (2A) Chris Shiverdecker, Alcoa (2A) Chris Donald, Huntingdon 2005 Josh Jasper, Ridgeway (3A) Harrison Smith, Knoxville Catholic (3A) Alex Watkins, Haywood 2004 Bryant Hahnfeldt, MBA (4A) Tyler Maples, Maryville (4A) Aaron Douglas, Maryville 2003 Alberto Diaz, Crockett Co. (5A) Aaron Crawford, Ridgeway (5A) Chris Marve, White Station 2002 Ian O Connor, Knoxville Halls (DII-A/AA) Golden Tate, Pope John Paul II (DII-AAA) B. J. Coleman, McCallie (DII-A/AA) Eric Davis, Davidson Aca. (DII-AAA) John Stokes, MUS 2005 (1A) Drew Hayes, McKenzie 2005 (1A) Russell Noles, Bruceton (2A) Phillip Weathers, Jr., Huntingdon (2A) Brandon Warren, Alcoa (3A) Ricky Ladd, White House (3A) Darius McDonald, Howard (4A) Graig Cooper, Melrose (4A) Ricky Lumpkin, Kenwood (5A) Gaston Miller, Riverdale (5A) Adam Smotherman, Smyrna (DII-A/AA) Golden Tate, Pope John Paul II (DII-AAA) B.J. Coleman, McCallie (DII-A/AA) Charlie Seivers, Knox. Webb (DII-AAA) Jacques McClendon, Baylor 2004 (1A) Matt Peardon, Boyd Buchanan 2004 (1A) Mark Thompson, DCA (2A) Patrick Turner, Goodpasture (2A) Desmond Hendricks, Tyner (3A) Roger Herndon, Greenbrier (3A) Anthony McAlister, Austin East (4A) Cade Thompson, Maryville (4A) Gregory Hardy, Melrose (5A) Dave Thomas, Riverdale (5A) Jeff Cottam, Germantown (DII-A/AA) Nick McFadden, Knoxville Catholic (DII-AAA) Lee Hilt, McCallie (DII-A/AA) Michael Oher, Briarcrest (DII-AAA) Ayanga Okpokowuruk, McCallie 2003 (1A) Mark Byrd, Cloudland 2003 (1A) Dane Christman, Cloudland (2A) Rod Smith, Milan (2A) Greg Smith, Tyner (3A) Earnest Williams, Crockett Co. (3A) Ramon Foster, Ripley (4A) Cassen Jackson, Knoxville Central (4A) Walter Fisher, Jr., Hillsboro (5A) Michael Edmiston, Lincoln Co. (5A) Lamar Divens, Lincoln Co. (DII-A/AA) Ryan Karl, BGA (DII-AAA) Michael Fisher, MBA (DII-A/AA) Jeremy Bentley, Knoxville Catholic (DII-AAA) Corey Mills, Christian Brothers 2002 (1A) Jonathan Ward, Collinwood 2002 (1A) Patrick Willis, Bruceton (2A) Rafeal Hill, Westview (2A) Demonte Bolden, Tyner (3A) T.T. Harper, Trousdale Co. (3A) D Juan Love, Crockett Co. (4A) Carl Stewart, Maryville (4A) Fred Sparkman, Columbia Central (5A) Abe Felix, Houston (5A) Daniel Brooks, JCM (DII-A/AA) Adarius Bowman, Notre Dame (DII-AAA) Ryan Moore, McCallie (DII-A/AA) John Inman, Knox. Webb (DII-AAA) King Dunlap, Brentwood Aca (1A) Adrian Jamison, Bruceton Central 2001 (1A) Blake Luker, Collinwood (2A) Michael George, Alcoa (2A) Justin Harrell, Westview (3A) Justin Price, Anderson Co. (3A) Josh Bolton, Portland (4A) Gerald Riggs, Red Bank (4A) John Henry, Hillsboro (5A) Ralph King, Riverdale (5A) John Batey, Riverdale (DII-A/AA) Adarius Bowman, Notre Dame (DII-AAA) Justin Mosby, Christian Brothers (DII-A/AA) John Inman, Knox. Webb (DII-AAA) Keppy Baucom, McCallie 2000 (1A) Brandon Wells, Moore Co (1A) Steven Ross, CPA (2A) Mario McElrath, Union City (2A) David Roncska, Loudon (3A) Ray Hightower, Marshall Co. (3A) Chase Brooks, Portland (4A) Daniel Bullocks, Hixson (4A) Alvin Fite, Hillsboro (5A) Gerald Riggs, Red Bank (5A) Paul Monroe, Sevier Co. (DII-A) Clint Dowdle, ECS (DII-A) Bryan White, Knox. Webb (DII-AA) Ingle Martin, MBA (DII-AA) Moses Osemwegie, MBA 1999 (1A) Adam Tipps, CPA 1999 (1A) Aaron Chambers, South Pittsburg (2A) Jermaine Harris, Tyner (2A) Jeff Ramsey, Tyner (3A) Radale Pearson, Ridgeway (3A) Luke Dunbar, Portland (4A) Demetrius Fields, Cleveland (4A) Albert Means, Trezevant (5A) C.J. Scott, Glencliff (5A) Tray Vardiman, JCM (DII-A) Rob Demastus, Knoxville Catholic (DII-A) Zach Fussell, ECS (DII-AA) Ingle Martin, MBA (DII-AA) Tate Rich, MBA 1998 (1A) Tripp Tucker, USJ 1998 (1A) Michael Scruggs, Trousdale Co. (2A) Jonathan Shaub, David Lipscomb (2A) Jason Tant, Harpeth (3A) Gerald Turner, Portland (3A) Kelly Holmes, Portland (4A) Santonio Beard, Pearl Cohn (4A) Jamil Northcutt, Tullahoma (5A) Bill Whittemore, Brentwood (5A) Greg Woofter, Oak Ridge (DII-A) Troy Fleming, BGA (DII-A) Avery Fleming, BGA (DII-AA) Ben Walker, Brentwood Aca. (DII-AA) Scott Wells, Brentwood Aca. 56

59 PAST MR. FOOTBALL AWARD WINNERS American General Mr. Football Award BACK OF THE YEAR LINEMAN OF THE YEAR 1997 (1A) Brian Coggins, Wayne Co (1A) Michael Scruggs, Trousdale Co. (2A) Brian Elliott, Harpeth (2A) Kelvin Hughley, Tyner (3A) Grant Swallows, Livingston Aca. (3A) Kendal Moorehead, Melrose (4A) Santonio Beard, Pearl Cohn (4A) John Henderson, Pearl Cohn (5A) Eric Locke, Riverdale (5A) Jay Thompson, Lincoln Co. (DII-A) Troy Fleming, BGA (DII-A) John Phillips, BGA (DII-AA) Richard Moore, MUS (DII-AA) Scott Abelson, Baylor 1996 (1A) Jeremy Lyon, DCA 1996 (1A) James Hartsfield, Bruceton (2A) Maurice Haynes, Goodpasture (2A) Eric Fontenot, Goodpasture (3A) Kelcey Williams, Humboldt (3A) Eric Brackins, Gatlinburg Pittman (4A) Stepfon Woods, Cleveland (4A) Eric Stout, Cleveland (5A) Eric Locke, Riverdale (5A) Antonio Manning, Lincoln Co (1A) Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central 1995 (1A) Chad Evitts, Trousdale Co. (2A) Clint Brown, Westmoreland (2A) Cory Dobbs, Westmoreland (3A) Eric Westmoreland, Marion Co. (3A) Ryan Blount, Roane Co. (4A) Kenton Evans, Westwood (4A) Draper Redmond, Westwood (5A) Travis Stephens, Northeast (5A) Richard Land, Brentwood Aca (1A) James Cook, East Robertson 1994 (1A) Wayne Finchum, Moore Co. (2A) Clint Brown, Westmoreland (2A) Chad Clifton, Westview (3A) Derrick Lucas, Greenbrier (3A) Jason Muir, Marion Co. (4A) Robert Locklear, Hardin Co. (4A) Sam Haynie, Sullivan South (5A) Alvin Duke, Riverdale (5A) Chad Henderson, Lincoln Co (1A) Urban Barrett, USJ (2A) Bernard Oden, Spring Hill (3A) Chico Gardner, Springfield (4A) Dustin Moore, Greeneville (5A) David Grogan, Lincoln Co (1A) Jeff Norman, Moore Co. (2A) Michael Thomas, Springfield (3A) Brian Davis, Riverdale 1991 (1A) Curtis Woodward, East Robertson (2A) Marc MacMillan, MUS (3A) Todd Helton, Knoxville Central 1990 (1A) Lorenza Edwards, DCA (2A) George Kidd, Milan (2A) Marty Lowe, Red Bank 1989 (1A) Lorenza Edwards, DCA (2A) Willie Guy, Memphis East (3A) Jeff Vaughn, Dickson Co (1A) Todd Logan, Moore Co. (2A) Scott Dirkson, Smith Co. (3A) Karl Williamson, Haywood 1987 (1A) Darrin Ward, Collinwood (2A) Xavier Crawford, Trezevant (3A) Todd Collins, Jefferson Co (1A) Orlando Wade, Spring Hill (2A) Leroy Thompson, Austin East (3A) Andy Kelley, Rhea Co (1A) Orlando Wade, Spring Hill (2A) Willie Lundy, Alcoa (3A) Brent Collins, Jefferson Co. American General Mr. Football Award 57

60 TSSAA FOOTBALL STATE TEAM RECORDS MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS 13 - Maryville ( ) 12 - Alcoa ( ) 10 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 8 - Trousdale County ( ) 6 - Montgomery Bell Academy ( ) 6 - Webb School of Knoxville ( ) 5 - Battle Ground Academy ( ) 5 - Memphis University School ( ) 5 - South Pittsburg ( ) 4 - Evangelical Christian School ( ) 4 - Fulton ( ) 4 - Marion County ( ) 4 - Milan ( ) 4 - Oak Ridge ( ) 4 - Riverdale ( ) 3 - Austin East ( ); Bishop Byrne ( ); Cleveland ( ); David Lipscomb ( ); Davidson Academy ( ); Donelson Christian Academy ( ); Ensworth ( ); Gallatin ( ); Lincoln County ( ); Loudon ( ); Oakland ( ); Sweetwater ( ) 2 - Beech ( ); Briarcrest ( ); Christ Presbyterian Academy ( ); Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ); Father Ryan ( ); Friendship Christian ( ); Germantown ( ); Goodpasture ( ); Gordonsville ( ); Greeneville ( ); Hillsboro ( ); Lake County ( ); Melrose ( ); Pearl Cohn ( ); Smyrna ( ); St. George s ( ); Tennessee ( ) CONSECUTIVE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 7 - Alcoa ( ) 4 - Maryville ( ) 3 - Alcoa ( ); Brentwood Academy ( ); Cleveland ( ); Ensworth ( ); Maryville ( ); Montgomery Bell Academy ( ) 2 - Battle Ground Academy ( ); Bishop Byrne ( ); Brentwood Academy ( ), ( ); Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ); Davidson Academy ( ); Evangelical Christian School ( ); Friendship Christian ( ); Fulton ( ); Greeneville ( ); Loudon ( ); Marion County ( ); Maryville ( ); Memphis University School ( ), ( ); Milan ( ); Montgomery Bell Academy ( ); Oak Ridge ( ); Pearl Cohn ( ); Smyrna ( ); Sweetwater ( ); Tennessee ( ); Trousdale County ( ), ( ); Webb School of Knoxville ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUT OUTS 52 - Shelbyville Bedford Co. Training (1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS 74 - Maryville ( ) UNDEFEATED TEAM - CONSECUTIVE GAMES 82 - Shelbyville Bedford Co. Training (78-0-4) (1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950) UNDEFEATED TEAM - CONSECUTIVE SEASONS 7 - Shelbyville Bedford Co. Training (1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949) MOST TOTAL OFFENSE IN A GAME BY ONE TEAM M. South Side (vs. Carver (515 Rushing, 217 Passing), Oct. 31, 1986) MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME 66 - Heritage (vs. Farragut, 2000) 65 - Crockett Co. (vs. Bolivar Central, 2000) 64 - Red Bank (vs. Hixson, Sept. 10, 1999) 62 - Crockett Co. (vs. Jackson South Side, 1998) MOST CONSECUTIVE EXTRA POINTS KICKING Hillsboro (Sept. 21, Dec. 6, 2008) 56 - Moore Co. (1998-Present) 52 - Briarcrest ( ) 50 - Brentwood Academy (1993) 48 - Battle Ground Academy ( ) 58 MOST EXTRA POINTS KICKING IN A SEASON 98 - Greeneville (2010) 94 - Ezell Harding (2001) 92 - Trousdale Co. (2005) 88 - Greeneville (2011) 87 - University School of Jackson (2000) 76 - Maryville (2004) 76 - University School of Jackson (2001) 74 - Maryville (2002) 73 - Henry Co. (2008) 72 - South Pittsburg (1998) MOST POINTS IN A GAME Dobyns Bennett (vs. North Burton, VA, 1926) Haywood (vs. Newbern, Nov. 25, 1920) Huntsville (vs. Sunbright, Nov., 1968) MOST POINTS IN A SEASON Greeneville (2010; 15 Games) Trousdale Co. (1997; 15 Games) Alcoa (1997; 15 Games) Signal Mountain (2010; 14 Games) South Pittsburg (1998; 14 Games) Ezell Harding (2001; 15 Games) Greeneville (2011; 15 Games) Alcoa (2006; 15 Games) South Pittsburg (1999; 15 Games) Alcoa (2007; 15 Games) MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A GAME 7 - Siegel (vs. Ooltewah, Sept. 9, 2011) MOST TAKEAWAYS IN A SEASON 52 - Donelson Chr. Aca. (34 Interceptions, 18 Fumble Recoveries) (2004) 44 - McKenzie (15 Interceptions, 29 Fumble Recoveries) (2007) 43 - Knoxville West (18 Interceptions; 25 Fumble Recoveries) (2010) 43 - Maryville (22 Interceptions, 21 Fumble Recoveries) (2002) 41 - Davidson Aca. (27 Interceptions, 14 Fumble Recoveries) (2006) 41 - Donelson Chr. Aca. (27 Interceptions, 14 Fumble Recoveries) (2003) 40 - Claiborne (27 Interceptions, 13 Fumble Recoveries) (2006) 40 - Knoxville Halls (22 Interceptions, 18 Fumble Recoveries) (2005) 40 - Obion Co. (16 Interceptions, 24 Fumble Recoveries) (2001) MOST OVERTIMES IN A GAME 7 - Chattanooga Central vs. Knoxville West City (35-34), Sept. 7, Farragut vs. Bradley Central (Farragut 65-64), Nov. 10, 1995 MOST COACHING WINS Ken Netherland, St. George s ( (.734)) Carlton Flatt, Brentwood Aca. ( ( , )) John Tucker, Parsons, Tiptonville, Lewis Co., Dickson, Milan, Gibson Co., Humboldt ( ( )) Gary Rankin, Alcoa (2006-present), Riverdale ( ), Smith Co. ( ) ( (.836)) E.B. Red Etter, Chattanooga Central & Baylor School ( ( )) Benny Hammonds, Gatlinburg-Pittman (1972-present), Cocke Co. (1969) ( ) Boyce Smith, Springfield ( ( )) FIRST POINTS SCORED BY A FEMALE Heather Darrow, Notre Dame (vs. East Ridge (9-yd kick), Aug. 19, 1986) FIRST TOUCHDOWN SCORED BY A FEMALE Jessica Schultz, Jellico (vs. Williamsburg, KY (1-yd Run), Sept. 11, 1998)

61 TSSAA FOOTBALL STATE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS ALL PURPOSE YARDS IN A SEASON (Includes Rushing, Receiving, Punt Returns, KO Returns, and Interception/Fumble Returns) Gary Meadows, Meigs County (1993) Franklin Payne, University School of Jackson (2000) ALL PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME (Includes Rushing, Receiving, Punt Returns, KO Returns, and Interception/Fumble Returns) Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central ( ) ALL PURPOSE YARDS IN A CAREER (Includes Rushing, Receiving, Punt Returns, KO Returns, and Interception/Fumble Returns) Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central ( ) Gary Meadows, Meigs County ( ) LONGEST FIELD GOAL 62 - Jeff Hall, Franklin Co. (vs. Oak Ridge, Nov. 19, 1991) 62 - Jeff Hall, Franklin Co. (vs. Brentwood Aca., Oct. 16, 1992) 61 - Kody Bliss, Brentwood Aca. (vs. McCallie, Oct. 28, 2001) 59 - Courtney Leavitt, Germantown (1995) 58 - Ki Tok Chu, Glencliff (vs. Hillsboro, 1984) 57 - Ben Ogle, Greeneville (vs. West Greene, Oct. 1, 2011) 57 - Ben Stafford, McCallie (vs. LaVergne, Nov. 8, 1996) LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN Jeremiah Foster, Sevier Co. (vs. Cocke Co., Sept. 18, 2009) Bo Price, Oak Ridge (vs. Sevier Co., Nov. 7, 2003) 99 - Mark Goodman, Wartburg (vs. Oliver Springs, 1993) 98 - Peetie Webster, Oakland (vs. Smyrna, Oct. 20, 2006) 95 - Devin Penner, Fairview (vs. Marshall Co., Sept. 18, 2009) 95 - George O Neal, Jr., Fulton (vs. Oak Ridge, 1979) 94 - Matthew Chandler, Camden Central (vs. Riverside, 2003) 94 - Casey Akins, Charleston (vs. Sunbright, Oct. 30, 1992) 92 - Ronnie Taylor, Lebnaon (vs. Carthage, 1964) 92 - Matt Long, Maryville (vs. William Blount, September, 1998) 92 - Sandy Pettus, Oak Ridge (vs. Knoxville Halls, 1978) LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN Calvin Blade, Fayette Ware (vs. Craigmont, Sept. 9, 1990) Art Waynewright, Marshall Co. (vs. Sycamore, Oct. 29, 2004) Adam Derrick, Cleveland (vs. Morristown West, Aug. 24, 2004) Patrick Miller, Sevier Co. (vs. Science Hill, Sept. 21, 2007) Ollie Johnson, Watertown (vs. White House, 1949) Logan Thomas, Dresden (vs. McKenzie, Nov. 4, 2011) A.J. Collier, Peabody (vs. Greenfield, Sept. 18, 2009) John O Neal, Franklin Co. (vs. McGavock, Nov. 10, 1972) LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN Michael Koban, MBA (vs. Brentwood Aca., Oct. 11, 2002) Dave Griffith, Oak Ridge (vs. Notre Dame, 1951) LONGEST PASS RECEPTION 99 - Michael Edmiston to Neon Dobbins, Lincoln Co. (vs. Smyrna, 2003) 99 - Travis Millard to Josh Parker, South Pittsburg (vs. Whitwell, 2010) 99 - Bob Burkett to Ed Hodges, Watertown (vs. Antioch, 1936) 99 - William Burkett to Wood Mathes, Watertown (vs. Portland, 1939) LONGEST PUNT 87 - Tony Harrington, Raleigh Egypt (vs. Portland, Nov. 10, 1995) 82 - Allen Stanley, Knoxville Central (vs. Science Hill, Sept. 18, 1965) 80 - Tony Evans, Dyer Co. (vs. Rockwood, 1976) 80 - Courtney Leavitt, Germantown (vs. Riverdale, Dec. 10, 1994) LONGEST PUNT RETURN 99 - Tony Holman, Franklin Co. (vs. Lincoln Co., Sept. 15, 2000) 98 - Donnie Neal, Wartburg Central (vs. Scott Co., Nov. 1, 1974) 95 - Courtney Moore, Charleston (vs. Boyd Buchanan, Sept. 7, 1984) 95 - Bruce Skeen, Lebanon (vs. Murfreesboro Central, 1962) LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE 99 - Jerry Broadbent, Glencliff (vs. Nashville West, 1961) 99 - Jason Culbreath, Harding Aca. (vs. Bishop Byrne, Aug. 28, 1987) 99 - Spencer Thomas, Knoxville Halls (vs. Carter, Oct., 1993) 99 - Billy Hunt, Lake Co. (vs. South Penascott, MO, Oct., 1971) 99 - Howard Wall, Murfreesboro Central (vs. Columbia, Nov. 8, 1957) 99 - Denzel Harding, Siegel (vs. Independence, Oct. 21, 2011) 99 - Nathan Turner, St. Andrews (vs. East Robertson, 1988) 99 - Henry Harris, Watertown (vs. Smyrna, 1953) 99 - Montez Sparkman, Zion Chr. (vs. St. Andrew s, Oct. 16, 2004) MOST CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 27 - Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant ( ) 27 - Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson ( ) 18 - Jeff Womack, Warren Co. ( ) 14 - Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central (1995) MOST 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES IN A CAREER 41 - Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central ( ) 35 - Leroy Thompson, Austin East ( ) 35 - Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson ( ) MOST COMPLETIONS IN A GAME 46 - Drew Hayes, McKenzie (vs. Union City, Oct. 7, 2005) 45 - Kenton Evans, Westwood (vs. M. South Side, Oct. 21, 1994) 39 - Dylan Dye, Dyer Co. (vs. Hardin Co., Oct. 2, 2009) 38 - Dylan Dye, Dyer Co. (vs. Dyersburg, Aug. 21, 2009) 36 - Charlie High, Chr. Aca. of Knox. (vs. Anderson Co., Aug. 18, 2011) 34 - Wes Moore, Obion Co. Central (vs. Peabody, Oct. 12, 2002) 32 - Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. (vs. Livingston Aca., Oct. 29, 2009) MOST COMPLETIONS IN A SEASON Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2012) Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) Tanner Williams, Anderson Co. (2010) Tanner Williams, Anderson Co. (2009) Kenton Evans, Westwood (1995) Dylan Dye, Dyer Co. (2009) Kenton Evans, Westwood (1994) Wes Moore, Obion Co. Central (2002) Daniel Pugh, Zion Christian (2009) MOST COMPLETIONS IN A CAREER Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) Drew Hayes, McKenzie ( ) Dylan Dye, Dyer Co. ( ) Kenton Evans, Westwood ( ) Daniel Pugh, Zion Christian ( ) Jake Overbey, University School of Jackson ( ) Ty Fields, Upperman ( ) Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. ( ) MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME 73 - Drew Hayes, McKenzie (vs. Union City, Oct. 7, 2005) 71 - Kenton Evans, Westwood (vs. M. South Side, Oct. 21, 1994) 67 - Dylan Dye, Dyer Co. (vs. Hardin Co., Oct. 7, 2009) MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2012) Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) Tanner Williams, Anderson Co. (2009) Kenton Evans, Westwood (1993) Kenton Evans, Westwood (1995) Dylan Dye, Dyer Co. (2009) Wes Moore, Obion Co. Central (2002) Drew Hayes, McKenzie (2003) Ryan Garner, University School of Jackson (2011) Drew Hayes, McKenzie (2004) MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS IN A CAREER Kenton Evans, Westwood ( ) Dylan Dye, Dyer Co. ( ) Daniel Pugh, Zion Christian ( ) Drew Hayes, McKenzie ( ) Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. ( ) Ty Fields, Upperman ( ) Wes Moore, Obion Co. Central ( ) MOST PASSING YARDS IN A GAME Kenton Evans, Westwood (vs. M. South Side, Oct. 21, 1994) 59

62 MOST PASSING YARDS IN A SEASON Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2012) Tanner Williams, Anderson Co. (2009) Tanner Williams, Anderson Co. (2010) Kenton Evans, Westwood (1994) Kenton Evans, Westwood (1995) J.P. Shelly, Ezell Harding (2001) Drew Hayes, McKenzie (2005) Bo Wallace, Giles Co. (2009) Wes Moore, Obion Co. (2002) TSSAA STATE FOOTBALL INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST PASSING YARDS IN A CAREER Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) Kenton Evans, Westwood ( ) Drew Hayes, McKenzie ( ) Jake Overbey, University School of Jackson ( ) Dylan Dye, Dyer Co. ( ) Daniel Pugh, Zion Christian ( ) Greg Ryan, Greenback ( ) Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. ( ) Ty Fields, Upperman ( ) Wes Moore, Obion Co. Central ( ) MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES IN A GAME 10 - J.P. Shelly, Ezell Harding (vs. Loretto, Aug. 18, 2001) 9 - Kenton Evans, Westwood (vs. M. South Side, 1995) 9 - Jason Harris, Whitehaven (vs. M. South Side, Sept. 30, 1994) 8 - Allen Law, Maryville (vs. McMinn Co., 1943) 8 - Phil Pierce, McMinn Co. (vs. Bradley Central, Nov. 4, 1966) 8 - William Burkett, Watertown (vs. Gordonsville, 1939) 7 - Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knox. (vs. Milan, Dec. 2, 2011) MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES IN A SEASON 65 - Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) 59 - Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2012) 48 - J.P. Shelly, Ezell Harding (2001) 44 - Jake Overbey, University School of Jackson (2009) 44 - Kenton Evans, Westwood (1995) 41 - Robert Redmond, Mitchell (2009) 37 - Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. (2008) 37 - Bo Wallace, Giles Co. (2009) 37 - Wes Moore, Obion Co. Central (2002) 34 - Ryan Garner, University School of Jackson (2011) MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES IN A CAREER Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) Kenton Evans, Westwood ( ) Jake Overbey, University School of Jackson ( ) 83 - Dylan Dye, Dyer Co. ( ) 81 - Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. ( ) 67 - Daniel Pugh, Zion Christian ( ) MOST RECEPTIONS IN A GAME 21 - Lee Mayhall, University School of Jackson (vs. ECS, Sept. 9, 2011) 20 - James Stovall, Bradley Central (vs. Oak Ridge, Nov. 12, 2010) 18 - Damien Dodson, Westwood (1995) 17 - Mitchell Whaley, Sevier Co. (1996) 17 - Ben Wahlman, Zion Christian (2008) 16 - Damien Dodson, Westwood (vs. Overton, 1994) MOST RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON Davis Howell, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2012) Lee Mayhall, University School of Jackson (2011) Davis Howell, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) 96 - Josh Smith, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) 96 - Damien Dodson, Westwood (1995) MOST RECEPTIONS IN A CAREER Davis Howell, Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) Damien Dodson, Westwood ( ) Keiwone Malone, Mitchell ( ) Lee Mayhall, University School of Jackson ( ) J.T. Burgess, Upperman ( ) Austin Martindale, University School of Jackson ( ) John Jewell, Battle Ground Academy ( ) Abram Edwards, DeKalb Co. ( ) MOST RECEIVING YARDS IN A GAME Keiwone Malone, Mitchell (vs. Dyersburg, Nov. 21, 2008) Jeremy VanNorstran, Wartburg Central (vs. Alcoa, Oct. 29, 1999) Benjamin Wahlman, Zion Christian (vs. N Christian, Sept. 11, 2009) Damien Dodson, Westwood (vs. M. South Side, 1994) MOST RECEIVING YARDS IN A SEASON Matthew Breeden, Coalfield (1994) Davis Howell, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2012) Josh Smith, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) Damien Dodson, Westwood (1995) Keiwone Malone, Mitchell (2009) Ben Wahlman, Zion Christian (2009) MOST RECEIVING YARDS IN A CAREER Davis Howell, Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) Damien Dodson, Westwood ( ) Keiwone Malone, Mitchell ( ) Ben Wahlman, Zion Christian ( ) Austin Martindale, University School of Jackson ( ) Abram Edwards, DeKalb Co. ( ) John Jewell, Battle Ground Academy ( ) Perry Horkins, Harpeth ( ) Erik Davis, Ezell Harding ( ) Shane Evans, Charleston ( ) MOST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS IN A HALF 6 - Robert Tolbert, Whitehaven (vs. M. South Side, Sept. 30, 1994) MOST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS IN A GAME 7 - Robert Tolbert, Whitehaven (vs. M. South Side, Sept. 30, 1994) 6 - Jackie Clark, McMinn Co. (vs. Bradley Central, Nov. 4, 1966) 5 - Fred Plummer, Kirby (vs. Collierville, Oct. 16, 2009) 5 - Adarius Bowman, Notre Dame, (2001) 5 - Damien Dodson, Westwood (vs. M. South Side, 1994) MOST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON 25 - Austin Martindale, University School of Jackson (2009) 22 - Josh Smith, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) 22 - Davis Howell, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2012) 22 - Damien Dodson, Westwood (1995) 20 - Davis Howell, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) 18 - Erik Davis, Ezell Harding (2001) 18 - Lee Mayhall, University School of Jackson (2011) 17 - Adam Spence, Wartburg Central (2010) MOST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS IN A CAREER 58 - Damien Dodson, Westwood ( ) 57 - Davis Howell, Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) 57 - Keiwone Malone, Mitchell ( ) 45 - Austin Martindale, University School of Jackson ( ) 35 - Perry Horkins, Harpeth ( ) 32 - John Jewell, Battle Ground Academy ( ) 32 - Shane Evans, Charleston ( ) MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME 56 - Jeff Womack, Warren Co. (vs. Oakland, 1981) 50 - Jermaine Quinn, Memphis Northside (vs. Wooddalle, 1996) 47 - Richard Locke, Warren Co. (vs. Franklin Co., Oct. 22, 1976) 46 - Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson, 1997) 45 - Michael Wilmore, Smith Co. (vs. Portland, Nov. 14, 2003) 42 - Jeremy Lyon, Donelson Christian Aca. (vs. FRA, 1995) 42 - Trent Walker, Donelson Christian Aca. (vs.east Robertson, 2006) 42 - Aaron Cothran, Fairview (vs. Harpeth, Oct. 18, 2002) 40 - Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central 60

63 MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON Jeff Womack, Warren Co. (1981) Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson (1998) Abe Felix, Houston (2001) Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central Byron Bradford, Millington Central (1982) TSSAA STATE FOOTBALL INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A CAREER Jeff Womack, Warren Co. ( ) Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central ( ) Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson ( ) Xavier Crawford, Trezevant ( ) MOST RUSHING YARDS BY A QUARTERBACK IN A SEASON Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant (2006) Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant (2007) Curt Phillips, Sullivan South (2007) Josh Kimberlin, SBEC (2011) Wilson Cates, Livingston Academy (2005) Jalen Reeves-Maybin, Northeast (2011) Joseph Ruddle, Wayne Co. (2003) Michael Edmiston, Lincoln Co. (2003) Mark Byrd, Cloudland (2003) MOST RUSHING YARDS IN A GAME Kennon Holder, Huntingdon (vs. Univ. Sch. of Jackson, Nov. 7, 2008) Curtis Alexander, Whitehaven (vs. South Side, 1992) Jack Keisling, Livingston Academy (vs. Gordonsville, 1948) Jalen Hurd, Beech (vs. Henry Co., Aug ) Brian Kimbrow, Memphis East (vs. Hamilton, Sept. 16, 2011) Demetrius Bracey, Union City (vs. West Carroll, Oct. 27, 2006) Gabriel Hunter, Kingsbury (vs. Munford, Nov. 9, 2007) Chad Jordan, Bruceton Central (vs. South Fulton, Sept. 15, 2006) JaJuan Stinson, Knoxville Central (vs. Clinton, Sept. 28, 2012) Zach Miller, Polk Co. (vs. Sequoyah, Oct. 12, 2012) Ryan Helton, Claiborne (vs. Pigeon Forge, Oct. 26, 2006) MOST RUSHING YARDS IN A SEASON Dy Shawn Mobley, Powell (2011) Troy Fleming, Battle Ground Academy (1998) Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant (2006) Andre Sterling, Farragut (2007) Matt Peardon, Boyd Buchanan (2004) Jeremy Lyon, Donelson Christian Academy (1996) Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson (1997) Gabriel Hunter, Kingsbury (2007) Dennis Rogan, Fulton (2006) Ralph King, Riverdale (2001) Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson (1998) Abe Felix, Houston (2001) Jeff Womack, Warren Co. (1980) MOST RUSHING YARDS IN A CAREER Troy Fleming, Battle Ground Academy ( ) Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant ( ) Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central ( ) Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson ( ) Xavier Crawford, Trezevant ( ) Dixie Roberts, McMinnville ( ) Lorenza Edwards, Donelson Christian Academy ( ) Jeff Womack, Warren Co. ( ) Orleans Opoku-Darkwa, Ensworth ( ) Josh Boyd, Camden Central ( ) MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 46 - Dy Shawn Mobley, Powell (2011) 43 - Ralph King, Riverdale (2001) 42 - Dennis Rogan, Fulton (2006) 42 - Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant (2006) 42 - Eddie Moore, South Pittsburg (1998) 42 - Greg Fay, University School of Jackson (2001) 40 - Radale Pearson, Ridgeway (1999) 40 - Curt Phillips, Sullivan South (2007) 39 - Ralph King, Riverdale (2000) 38 - Matt Peardon, Boyd Buchanan (2004) MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant ( ) 95 - Ralph King, Riverdale ( ) 93 - Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson ( ) 88 - Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central ( ) 87 - Rafeal Hill, Westview ( ) 85 - Dixie Roberts, McMinnville ( ) 81 - Eric Westmoreland, Marion Co. ( ) 81 - Xavier Crawford, Trezevant ( ) 77 - Leroy Thompson, Austin East ( ) MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME 11 - Eddie Byrge, Huntsville (vs. Sunbright, 1968) 8 - Allen Law, Maryville (vs. McMinn Co., 1943) 8 - Sean Artis, Memphis South Side (vs. Carver, 1986) 8 - Ralph King, Riverdale (vs. Westwood, Sept. 22, 2000) 8 - Terrance Tillman, Wooddale (vs. M South Side, 1994) 8 - Daniel Pugh, Zion Christian (vs. N. Christian, Sept. 15, 2009) 7 - Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knox. (vs. Milan, Dec. 2, 2011) 7 - Antone Cunningham, Gibson Co. (vs. Obion Co., Sept. 5, 2009) 7 - Terry Copeland, Science Hill (vs. McMinn Co., Nov. 11, 1994) 6 - Chad Jordan, Bruceton Central (vs. South Fulton, Sept. 15, 2006) 6 - Ryan Helton, Claiborne (vs. Pigeon Forge, Oct. 26, 2006) 6 - Kennon Holder, Huntingdon (vs. Univ. Sch. of Jackson, Nov. 7, 2008) 6 - Jalen Reeves-Maybin, Northeast (vs. J. Northside, Aug. 19, 2011) 6 - Zach Miller, Polk Co. (vs. Sequoyah, Oct. 12, 2012) 6 - Dy Shawn Mobley, Powell (vs. Anderson Co., Sept. 16, 2011) 6 - Josh Kimberlin, SBEC (vs. Pillow Aca., Sept. 2, 2011) 6 - Demetrius Bracey, Union City (vs. West Carroll, Oct. 27, 2006) 6 - Urban Garrett, Uni. Sch. of Jackson (vs. Bishop Byrne, Sept. 25, 1992) 6 - Urban Garrett, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. Adamsville, Nov. 6, 1992) 6 - Urban Garrett, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. FACS, Nov. 5, 1993) 6 - Franklin Payne, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. Chester Co., Sept. 8, 2000) 6 - Franklin Payne, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. South Fulton, Oct. 20, 2000) 6 - Glen Jacobs, Watertown (vs. Donelson, 1939) 6 - Bob Burkett, Watertown (vs. Woodbury, 1940) 6 - Daniel Pugh, Zion Christian (vs. Moore Co., Oct. 18, 2008) MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 48 - Kelcey Willams, Humboldt (1995) 48 - Ralph King, Riverdale (2000) 47 - Dennis Rogan, Fulton (2006) 46 - Dy Shawn Mobley, Powell (2011) 42 - Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant (2006) 42 - Greg Fay, University School of Jackson (2001) 42 - Lee Mayhall, University School of Jackson (2011) 41 - Dixie Roberts, McMinnville (1928) 41 - Franklin Payne, University School of Jackson (2000) 40 - Radale Pearson, Ridgeway (1999) MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER Troy Fleming, Battle Ground Academy ( ) Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant ( ) 97 - Ralph King, Riverdale ( ) 93 - Lorenza Edwards, Donelson Christian Academy ( ) 93 - Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson ( ) 90 - Leroy Thompson, Austin East ( ) 85 - Dixie Roberts, McMinnville ( ) 83 - Xavier Crawford, Treadwell (1984), Trezevant ( ) 82 - Josh Boyd, Camden Central ( ) 75 - Gary Meadows, Meigs Co. ( ) MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON (RUSHING + PASSING) 69 - Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) 64 - Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2012) 55 - Jacob Tucker, Perry Co. (2010) 52 - J.P. Shelly, Ezell Harding (2001) 51 - Cedric Wilson, Melrose (1996) 51 - Robert Redmond, Mitchell (2009) 47 - Bo Wallace, Giles Co. (2009) 47 - Jake Overbey, University School of Jackson (2009) 46 - Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. (2008) 46 - Jalen Reeves-Maybin, Northeast (2011) 46 - Kenton Evans, Westwood (1995) 61

64 62 TSSAA STATE FOOTBALL INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER (RUSHING + PASSING) Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant ( ) Jake Overbey, University School of Jackson ( ) Kenton Evans, Westwood ( ) Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. ( ) 91 - Bo Wallace, Giles Co. ( ) 89 - Drew Hayes, McKenzie ( ) 87 - Ty Fields, Upperman ( ) 86 - Wes Moore, Obion Co. Central ( ) 84 - Drew Hanks, Tipton-Rosemark ( ) 84 - Daniel Pugh, Zion Christian ( ) TOTAL OFFENSE IN A SEASON (INCLUDES RUSHING + PASSING YARDAGE ONLY) Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2012) Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville (2011) Jacob Tucker, Perry Co. (2010) Bo Wallace, Giles Co. (2009) J.P. Shelly, Ezell Harding (2001) Kenton Evans, Westwood (1994) Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. (2008) Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. (2009) Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant (2007) Drew Hayes, McKenzie (2005) TOTAL OFFENSE IN A CAREER (INCLUDES RUSHING + PASSING YARDAGE ONLY) Charlie High, Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) Kenton Evans, Westwood ( ) Jonathan Ward, Collinwood ( ) Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. ( ) Jake Overbey, University School of Jackson ( ) Drew Hayes, McKenzie ( ) Bo Wallace, Giles Co. ( ) Daniel Pugh, Zion Christian ( ) Ty Fields, Upperman ( ) Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE EXTRA POINTS KICKING Jacob Noe, Hillsboro (Sept. 28, Dec. 6, 2008) 79 - Joe Elliott, Cleveland (Sept. 17, Oct. 19, 2001) 58 - Allen Williams, Moore Co. ( ) 53 - Matthew Warren, Chr. Aca. of Knox. (Sept. 29, Oct. 20, 2007) 52 - Justin Sparks, Briarcrest ( ) 50 - Matt Young, Brentwood Aca. (1993) 50 - Jared Baxter, Sevier Co. (Sept. 18, Oct. 1, 2010) 48 - Matt Saenger, Memphis University School ( ) MOST EXTRA POINTS KICKING IN A GAME 13 - Brandon Samson, Trousdale Co. (vs. Monterey, Sept. 5, 1997) 13 - Jared White, Trousdale Co. (vs. Red Boiling Spr., Oct. 28, 2005) 11 - Mike Jackson, South Pittsburg (vs. Greenback, Oct. 2, 1998) 10 - Jacob Michael Burney, Ezell Harding (vs. Loretto, Aug. 18, 2001) 10 - Mark Newsome, Huntingdon (vs. Adamsville, Sept. 5, 2003) 10 - Matt Saenger, Memphis Univ. Sch. (vs. M. Northside, 1996) MOST EXTRA POINTS KICKING IN A SEASON 94 - Ben Ogle, Greeneville (2010) 92 - Jacob Michael Burney, Ezell Harding (2001) 92 - Jared White, Trousdale Co. (2005) 79 - Ben Ogle, Greeneville (2011) 73 - Dominic Daquilla, Henry Co. (2008) 72 - Mike Jackson, South Pittsburg (1998) 72 - Andy Metcalf, University School of Jackson (2000) 71 - Albert Sacchet, Maryville (2004) 70 - Ben Ogle, Greeneville (2009) 70 - Andy Metcalf, University School of Jackson (2001) 68 - Kris Yarlett, Maryville (2002) MOST EXTRA POINTS KICKING IN A CAREER Ben Ogle, Greeneville ( ) Jared White, Trousdale Co. ( ) Allen Williams, Moore Co. ( ) Alberto Diaz, Crockett Co. ( ) Mike Jackson, South Pittsburg ( ) Matt Young, Brentwood Aca. ( ) MOST FIELD GOALS IN A GAME 5 - McCord Bowen, Boyd-Buchanan (vs. Marion Co., Sept. 7, 2007) 5 - Ian O Connor, Knoxville Halls 4 - Todd Biggert, M. Overton (vs. M. Northside, 1994) 4 - Josh Jasper, Ridgeway (vs. Wooddale, 2005) 4 - Randy Lawrence, Tullahoma (vs. Riverdale) 4 - Andy Metcalf, Univeristy School of Jackson (vs. CPA, Aug. 24, 2001) 4 - Jeff Boone, Wooddale (vs. Craigmont, 1975) MOST FIELD GOALS IN A SEASON 21 - James Wilhoit, Hendersonville (2001) 17 - Patrick Black, Haywood Co. (1995) 17 - Ian O Connor, Knoxville Halls (2002) 17 - Josh Jasper, Ridgeway (2005) 13 - Courtney Leavitt, Germantown (1994) MOST FIELD GOALS IN A CAREER 43 - Josh Jasper, Ridgeway ( ) 39 - John Vaughn, Brentwood Academy ( ) 32 - Alberto Diaz, Crockett Co. ( ) 32 - James Wilhoit, Hendersonville ( ) 27 - Chris Farmer, Knoxville Halls ( ) 27 - Ian O Connor, Knoxville Halls ( ) 25 - Jason Julian, Knoxville Halls ( ) 24 - Jeremy Willis, Hendersonville ( ) 23 - Courtney Leavitt, Germantown ( ) 23 - Logan O Connor, Knoxville Halls ( ) MOST PUNT RETURNS FOR A TOUCHDOWN IN A GAME 3 - Dusty Bright, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. Rossville Chr, Oct. 16, 2009) 3 - Johnny Calvert, Forrest (vs. Huntland, , 45, and 75 yards) MOST POINTS IN A GAME 78 - Eddie Byrge, Huntsville (vs. Sunbright, Oct. 26, 1968) 50 - Terrance Tillman, Wooddale (vs. M. South Side, 1994) MOST POINTS IN A CAREER Troy Fleming, Battle Ground Academy ( ) Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant ( ) Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. ( ) Deewane McKinney, Halls ( ) Joe Longmire, Bruceton Central ( ) Dixie Roberts, McMinnville ( ) Tripp Tucker, University School of Jackson ( ) Lorenza Edwards, Donelson Christian Academy ( ) Leroy Thompson, Austin East ( ) Daniel Pugh, Zion Christian ( ) MOST POINTS IN A SEASON Kelcey Willams, Humboldt (1995) Hunter Poteete, DeKalb Co. (2008) Dy Shawn Mobley, Powell (2012) Marco Dailey, Mt. Pleasant (2006) Eddie Moore, South Pittsburg (1998) Greg Fay, University School of Jackson (2001) Lee Mayhall, University School of Jackson (2011) Donte Franklin, Kingsbury (1996) Radale Pearson, Ridgeway (1999) MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A GAME 5 - Bud Christy, Sequatchie Co. (vs. Silverdale Aca., Sept. 23, 2005) 4 - Dallan Buchanan, Frayser (vs. Mitchell, 1989) 4 - Brian Plunk, Ridgeway (vs. Towering Oaks, 1978) MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A SEASON 14 - Ron Jurek, Hendersonville (1983) 13 - Leroy Thompson, Austin East (1985) 13 - Linell Ferguson, Sweetwater (2001) 13 - Harold Wooten, Westwood (1994) 12 - Jerry Bierbrodt, Memphis Central (1974) 11 - Jason Giompoletti, Haywood (1995) MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A CAREER 41 - Leroy Thompson, Austin East ( ) 26 - Latefy Jones, Hamilton ( )

65 TSSAA STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME RECORDS TEAM RECORDS - ONE TEAM INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most First Downs 29 - Maryville (vs. Whites Creek), 1998 Most Yards Rushing Trousdale Co. (vs. USJ), 1998 Most Yards Passing USJ (vs. CPA), 2000 Total Yardage Ezell Harding (vs. Cloudland), 2001 Fewest Yards Rushing Allowed David Lipscomb (vs. Mitchell), 2002 Least Total Yards Allowed 39 - Melrose (vs. Tyner) Rush 0, Pass 39, 1996 Most Passes Attempted 50 - USJ (vs. St. George s), 2011 Most Passes Completed 28 - USJ (vs. St. George s), 2011 Most Passess Intercepted 6 - Jackson Christian (vs. Friendship Christian), ECS (vs. Knoxville Webb), Huntingdon (vs. David Lipscomb), 2003 Most Interceptions Returned for a Touchdown 2 - Bishop Byrne (vs. Rosemark), 2004 Best Punt Average Hendersonville (vs. Riverdale), 2001 (6 Punts) Biggest Margin of Victory 54 - Bishop Byrne (vs. SBEC 68-14), 2002 Most Points Scored 68 - Bishop Byrne (vs. SBEC), 2002 Most Points One Quarter 35 - CPA (vs. USJ), 2000 Most Points One Half 38 - Brentwood Academy (vs. Kingston), Bishop Byrne (vs. SBEC), 2002 Most Tackles 75 - Riverdale (vs. Red Bank), 2000 Most Sacks 8 - MBA (vs. Christian Brothers), 1999 Most Touchdowns 9 - Trousdale County (vs. USJ), Ezell Harding (vs. Cloudland), Bishop Byrne (vs. SBEC), 2002 TEAM RECORDS - BOTH TEAMS Most Points in One Quarter 56 - CPA 35, USJ 21; 2000 Most Poins in One Half 60 - Huntingdon 34, Alcoa 26; 2004 Most Points in a Game - Regulation 93 - Alcoa 52, Hutingdon, 41; 2004 Most Points in a Game - Overtime 98 - Bradley Central 50, J. Central-Merry 48; 1976 Most Yards Rushing Trousdale County 546, USJ 136; 1988 Most Yards Passing Alcoa 345, Huntingdon 280, 2004 Most Total Yards 1,037 - Alcoa 594, Huntingdon 443; 2004 Most First Downs 50 - Brentwood Academy 26, Alcoa 24; 1989 Most Passes Attempted 64 - Jackson Christian (34), Friendship Christian (30); 2006 Most Passes Completed 36 - Alcoa (23); Union City (13); 2000 Most Carries 43 - Omar Williams, St. George s (vs. USJ), 2011 Most Yards Rushing Omar Williams, St. George s (vs. USJ), 2011 Best Rushing Average Erik Davis, Ezell Harding (vs. Cloudland), 2001 Most Touchdowns 6 - Terrance Bell, Huntingdon (vs. David Lipscomb), Sam Pickett, South Pittsburg (vs. Moore Co.), 1999 Most Points 36 - Terrance Bell, Huntingdon (vs. David Lispcomb), Sam Pickett, South Pittsburg (vs. Moore Co.), 1999 Longest Field Goal 52 - Brian Patterson, DCA (vs. St. Benedict), 1996 Most Field Goals Made 4 - Andrew Fletcher, MBA (vs. Brentwood Aca.), 2007 Most Passes Attempted 50 - Ryan Garner, USJ (vs. St. George s), 2011 Most Passes Completed 32 - Charlie High, Christian Aca. of Knox. (vs. Wayne Co.), 2011 Most Passes Intercepted 6 - Jon Miller, Friendship Christian (vs. Jackson Christian), 2006 Most Yards Passing Russ Deloach, USJ (vs. CPA), 2000 Best Passing Percentage Michael Fisher, MBA (vs. Brentwood Aca.), Robbie Knight, Oakland (vs. Hendersonville), 1998 Most Touchdown Passes 5 - Charlie High, Christian Aca. of Knox. (vs. Milan), 2011 Most Receptions 16 - Lee Mayhall, USJ (vs. St. George s), 2011 Most Yards Receiving Kevin Taylor, Melrose (vs. Tyner), 2000 Longest Punt 80 - Tony Evans, Gordonsville (vs. Rockwood), 1976 Longest Punt Return 86 - Richeon Bell, Alcoa (vs. Huntingdon), 2004 Longest Touchdown Run from Scrimmage 91 - DeWayne Harper, Trousdale Co. (vs. Bruceton), 1990 Longest Pass Play for Touchdown 98 - Jake Stone to Antonio Chubb, S. Pittsburg (vs. Wayne Co.), 2011 Longest Pass Interception Return 97 - Brandon Schroder, BGA (vs. Briarcrest), 1998 Longest Fumble Return 52 - Jamahan Garner, Tyner (vs. Melrose), 1996 Longest Kickoff Return 98 - D.J. Daniels, Oakland (vs. Gallatin), 1989 Most Extra Points Kicked 9 - Frazier Osborne, Trousdale Co. (vs. USJ), Gonzalo Salvado, Bishop Byrne (vs. SBEC), 2002 Most Tackles 18 - Aaron Gillespie, Goodpasture (vs. Alcoa), 2006 Most Sacks 3 - Monrico Hall, Austin-East (vs. Brentwood Aca.), Jimmy Hall, Gallatin (vs. Clinton), Marcus Spinks, Milan (vs. Sweetwater), Derron Johnson, Melrose (vs. Kingston), William Henderson, Alcoa (vs. Brentwood Aca.),

66 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Bowling State Champions Division I Boys Team Champions Columbia Central High School (Columbia, TN) Individual Champion Kamron Doyle Brentwood High School (Brentwood, TN) Division I Girls Team Champions Alvin C. York Institute (Jamestown, TN) Individual Champion Kara Ford Smyrna High School (Smyrna, TN) 64 Photos Provided By:

67 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Bowling State Champions Division II Boys Individual Champion Ethan Sturm Webb School of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Team Champions St. Benedict at Auburndale (Cordova, TN) Division II Girls Individual Champion Valerie Henry Donelson Christian Academy (Nashville, TN) Team Champions St. Agnes Academy (Memphis, TN) Photos Provided By: 65

68 TSSAA BOWLING PAST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2013 Kamron Doyle, Brentwood (Div. I) 3,293 Aaron Ruiz, Cane Ridge 2,974 Smyrna Ethan Sturm, Webb School of Knoxville (Div. II) 1,774 Ben Bishop, Ensworth 1,740 Smyrna 2012 Wes Conatser, Upperman (Div. I) 3,071 Chase Smith, Hardin Co. 2,935 Smyrna Donny Turner, Donelson Chr. Aca. (Div. II) 2,062 Casey Pope, Battle Ground Aca. 1,970 Smyrna 2011 Aaron Ruis, Cane Ridge (Div. I) 2,698 Dylan Woods, Lawrence Co. 2,913 Smyrna Casey Pope, Battle Ground Aca. (Div. II) 2,041 Houston Thomas, Donelson Christian Aca. 1,880 Smyrna 2010 Chase Smith, Hardin Co. (Div. I) 2,917 Justin Miller, Greeneville 2,826 Smyrna Sam Bass, Father Ryan (Div. II) 1,915 Justin Turner, Donelson Chr. Aca. 1,906 Smyrna 2009 Stephen Roberts, Nashville Overton (Div. I) 2,830 Matt Lyon, Soddy-Daisy 2,823 Smyrna Casey Pope, Battle Ground Aca. (Div. II) 1,969 Alex Goss, McCallie 1,870 Smyrna 2008 Michael Poirier, Columbia Central (Div. I) 3,027 Gary Faulkner, Germantown 2,899 Smyrna Alex Goss, McCallie (Div. II) 2,001 Rand Woodson, Montgomery Bell Aca. 1,844 Smyrna 2007 Gary Faulkner, Germantown (Div. I) 2,939 Garrett Flatt, Columbia Central 2,797 Smyrna Rand Woodson, Montgomery Bell Aca. (Div. II) 1,875 Cliff Harrington, Christian Brothers 1,866 Smyrna TSSAA BOWLING PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2013 Div. I - Columbia Central (24-0) Bartlett (23-9) 21-6 Smyrna Div. II - St. Benedict (13-1) Memphis University School (10-4) 18-9 Smyrna 2012 Div. I - Soddy-Daisy (22-0) Columbia Central (21-1) Smyrna Div. II - St. Benedict (14-0) Donelson Christian Aca. (25-4) 18-9 Smyrna 2011 Div. I - Smyrna (21-1) Wilson Central (23-2) Smyrna Div. II - Battle Ground Academy (17-2) St. Benedict (17-1) Smyrna 2010 Div. I - Wilson Central (25-1) Soddy-Daisy (20-1) Smyrna Div. II - McCallie (14-0) Donelson Christian Aca. (18-2) 20-7 Smyrna 2009 Div. I - Smyrna (17-1) Wilson Central (22-3) 20-7 Smyrna Div. II - Christian Brothers (16-0) Battle Ground Aca. (19-2) Smyrna 2008 Div. I - Columbia Central (24-1) Hendersonville (23-2) 19-8 Smyrna Div. II - Pope John Paul II (21-0) St. Benedict (15-2) Smyrna 2007 Div. I - Hixson (31-2) Hardin County (21-5) Smyrna Div. II - Father Ryan (21-0) Christian Brothers (18-1) Smyrna 2006 Div. I - Smyrna (21-2) Hixson (26-2) Smyrna Div. II - McCallie (11-4) Christian Brothers (16-2) Smyrna 2005 Div. I - Smyrna (23-0) Columbia Central (16-3) 20-7 Smyrna Div. II - McCallie (14-1) Baylor (14-6) 20-7 Smyrna 2004 Div. I - Hendersonville (28-6) Spring Hill (19-2) Smyrna Div. II - Christian Brothers (13-1) Montgomery Bell Aca. (17-2) Smyrna 2003 Div. I - Hendersonville (30-2) Mt. Juliet (19-4) 22-5 Smyrna Div. II - Christian Brothers (13-0) Father Ryan (18-1) 20-7 Smyrna 2002 Div. I - Hendersonville (27-1) Soddy-Daisy (14-1) Smyrna Div. II - Baylor (12-3) Father Ryan 19-8 Smyrna 66

69 TSSAA GIRLS BOWLING PAST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2013 Kara Ford, Smyrna (Div. I) 2,685 Chelsie Cleaves, White Station 2,638 Smyrna Valerie Henry, Donelson Christian Aca. (Div. II) 1,786 Sara Griffith, Girls Preparatory School 1,743 Smyrna 2012 Keysha Maritn, LaVergne (Div. I) 2,781 Emily Nykiel, Collierville 2,781 Smyrna Karay Maynord, Girls Prep. Sch. (Div. II) 1,851 Miranda Mott, Ensworth 1,824 Smyrna 2011 Brittney Endsley, Heritage (Div. I) 2,705 Brandi Caruso, Nahsville Overton 2,641 Smyrna Miranda Mott, Ensworth (Div. II) 1,779 Angela Vick, St. Benedict 1,771 Smyrna 2010 Kirstin Page, Wilson Central (Div. I) 2,647 Lauren Adams, White Station 2,643 Smyrna Miranda Mott, Ensworth (Div. II) 1,815 Alexis Lucus, St. Benedict 1,807 Smyrna 2009 Christina D Ordine, Hendersonville (Div. I) 2,729 Kim Qualls, Hardin Co. 2,671 Smyrna Hayley Pionk, Pope John Paul II (Div. II) 1,774 Tori Henson, St. Agnes 1,702 Smyrna 2008 Kimberly Hensley, McGavock (Div. I) 2,679 Hilary Bell, Soddy-Daisy 2,615 Smyrna Christina Calvo, Pope John Paul II (Div. II) 1,899 Hayley Pionk, Pope John Paul II 1,652 Smyrna 2007 Megan Alcott, Hardin Co. (Div. I) 2,741 Maia Zaykova, Donelson Chr. Aca. 2,588 Smyrna Jacqueline Fillion, St. Benedict (Div. II) 1,757 Christina Calvo, Pope John Paul II 1,682 Smyrna TSSAA GIRLS BOWLING PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2013 Div. I - Alvin C. York (19-1) Hardin County (21-1) Smyrna Div. II - St. Agnes (14-1) St. Benedict (13-1) Smyrna 2012 Div. I - Hardin County (21-1) Collierville (20-1) 19-8 Smyrna Div. II - Girls Prep. Sch. (23-0) St. Benedict (12-2) 21-6 Smyrna 2011 Div. I - Hardin County (21-3) Columbia Central (18-5) 21-6 Smyrna Div. II - St. Agnes (18-0) St. Benedict (13-2) 23-4 Smyrna 2010 Div. I - Wilson Central (25-1) Hardin County (20-2) 18-9 Smyrna Div. II - St. Agnes (15-0) St. Benedict (12-3) 21-6 Smyrna 2009 Div. I - Hardin County (21-0) Wilson Central (24-1) Smyrna Div. II - St. Benedict (15-0) St. Agnes (13-3) Smyrna 2008 Div. I - Hendersonville (23-2) Hardin County (25-2) Smyrna Div. II - St. Benedict (17-0) St. Mary s (14-3) Smyrna 2007 Div. I - Hardin County (26-1) Wilson Central (19-1) Smyrna Div. II - St. Benedict (19-0) St. Mary s (14-5) 21-6 Smyrna 2006 Div. I - Hixson Soddy-Daisy Smyrna Div. II - St. Benedict Baylor 19-8 Smyrna 2005 Div. I - Walker Valley (15-1) Soddy-Daisy (20-4) Smyrna Div. II - St. Benedict (17-1) Elliston (15-3) 17-1 Smyrna 2004 Div. I - Columbia Central (18-0) Glencliff (8-3) 18-9 Smyrna Div. II - Elliston (15-1) St. Benedict (12-3) 19-8 Smyrna 2003 Div. I - Mt. Juliet (23-0) Hardin County (19-2) 19-8 Smyrna Div. II - Elliston (13-2) St. Benedict (13-2) 20-7 Smyrna 2002 Div. I - Mt. Juliet (17-0) Gallatin (13-1) 18-9 Smyrna Div. II - Elliston (12-0) Baylor (9-2) 19-8 Smyrna 67

70 TSSAA BOWLING TEAM TOURNAMENT STATE RECORDS TEAM RECORDS MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Smyrna ( ) 3 - Christian Brothers ( ) 3 - Hendersonville ( ) 3 - McCallie ( ) 2 - Columbia Central ( ) 2 - St. Benedict ( ) CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS 3 - Hendersonville ( ) 2 - Christian Brothers ( ) 2 - McCallie ( ) 2 - Smyrna ( ) 2 - St. Benedict ( ) HIGHEST GAME SCORE 1,458 - Smyrna (vs. Mt. Juliet, 2006) 1,415 - Smyrna (vs. Mt. Juliet, 2005) 1,408 - Hixson (vs. White Station, 2007) 1,392 - Page (vs. Hixson, 2005) 1,385 - Smyrna (vs. Munford, 2005) 1,381 - Hardin Co. (vs. Wilson Central) 2012) 1,380 - Mt. Juliet (vs. Smyrna, 2005) 1,375 - Smyrna (vs. Hixson, 2006) 1,369 - Hendersonville (vs. Hardin Co., 2004) 1,367 - Mt. Juliet (vs. Sevier Co., 2005) HIGHEST MATCH SCORE 4,056 - Smyrna (vs. Mt. Juliet, 2006) 3,977 - Smyrna (vs. Munford, 2005) 3,975 - Smyrna (vs. Mt. Juliet, 2005) 3,956 - Beech (vs. Pigeon Forge, 2004) 3,946 - Hixson (vs. White Station, 2007) 3,937 - White Station (vs. Hixson, 2007) 3,900 - Smyrna (vs. Hardin Co., 2006) 3,894 - Smyrna (vs. Columbia Central, 2005) 3,877 - Hendersonville (vs. Hardin Co., 2005) 3,875 - Smyrna (vs. Hendersonville, 2005) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SCORE - DIVISION I ( PRESENT) 11,730 - Smyrna (2006) 11,356 - Smyrna (2009) 11,288 - Hisxon (2007) 11,269 - Columbia Central (2008) 11,149 - Hixson (2006) 11,098 - Wilson Central (2010) 11,052 - Smyrna (2011) 11,046 - Hardin Co. (2007) 10,896 - Columbia Central (2013) 10,720 - Wilson Central (2009) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SCORE - DIVISION I ( ) 15,721 - Smyrna (2005) 14,938 - Columbia Central (2005) 14,745 - Hendersonville (2002) 14,710 - Spring Hill (2004) 14,642 - Hendersonville (2004) 14,372 - Hendersonville (2003) 14,172 - Soddy Daisy (2002) 12,851 - Mt. Juliet (2003) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SCORE - DIVISION II 10,407 - Baylor (2005) 10,389 - McCallie (2005) 10,362 - McCallie (2006) 10,192 - Battle Ground Academy (2011) 10,143 - Donelson Christian Academy (2010) 10,088 - Christian Brothers (2004) 10,088 - Christian Brothers (2009) 9,963 - Christian Brothers (2006) 9,932 - St. Benedict (2012) 9,881 - Battle Ground Academy (2009) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST 300 GAMES - TOURNAMENT 1 - Matt Olson, Greeneville (2009) 1 - Daniel Hannagan, Hendersonville (2002) 1 - Phillip Ramirez, Hendersonville (2004) 1 - Kyle Garza, Hendersonville (2005) 1 - Charlie Hatfield, Sequatchie Co. (2004) 1 - Kyle Barnes, Smyrna (2006) 1 - Wes Conatser, Upperman (2013) HIGHEST GAME SCORE Matt Olson, Greeneville (vs. Lawrence Co., 2009) Daniel Hannagan, Hendersonville (vs. Soddy Daisy, 2002) Phillip Ramierz, Hendersonville (vs. LaVergne, 2004) Kyle Garza, Hendersonville (vs. Hardin Co., 2005) Charlie Hatfield, Sequatchie Co. (vs. LaVergne, 2004) Kyle Barnes, Smyrna (vs. Mt. Juliet, 2006) Wes Conatser, Upperman (vs. Bartlett, 2013) John Traverse, LaVergne (vs. Centennial, 2004) Mitch Curran, Mt. Juliet (vs. Smyrna, 2005) Jay Stoll, St. Benedict (vs. MUS, 2013) HIGHEST SERIES Kyle Barnes, Smyrna (vs. Hardin Co., 2006) Joey Dimiceli, Seymour (vs. Smyrna, 2009) Mitch Curran, Mt. Juliet (vs. Sevier Co., 2005) Mitch Curran, Mt. Juliet (vs. Smyrna, 2005) Chris White, Smyrna (vs. Mt. Juliet, 2006) Chris Hammond, Hardin Co. (vs. Soddy Daisy, 2005) Leland Wright, Page (vs. York Institute, 2005) Kyle Barnes, Smyrna (vs. Mt. Juliet, 2006) Tim Keyser, Columbia Central (vs. Greeneville, 2013) Jonathan Gudel, Hixson (vs. White Station, 2007) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SERIES - DIVISION I ( PRESENT) 2,149 - Kyle Barnes, Smyrna (2006) 2,118 - Ryan Foster, Bartlett (2013) 2,118 - Chris White, Smyrna (2006) 2,095 - Michael Poirier, Columbia Central (2008) 2,077 - Josh Sanders, Hardin Co. (2007) 2,058 - Tim Keyser, Columbia Central (2013) 2,055 - Josh Zimmerman, Smyrna (2006) 2,021 - Jake Flatt, Columbia Central (2008) 2,007 - Wes Conatser, Smyrna (2011) 1,997 - Eric Lane, Wilson Central (2011) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SERIES - DIVISION I ( ) 2,789 - Daniel Hannagan, Hendersonville (2002) 2,777 - Chris White, Smyrna (2005) 2,687 - Kyle Barnes, Smyrna (2005) 2,668 - Hunter Pavlik, Hendersonville (2003) 2,654 - Daniel Hannagan, Hendersonville (2003) 2,641 - Kyle Garza, Hendersonville (2004) 2,640 - A.J. Kelly, Smyrna (2005) 2,627 - Travis Hare, Hendersonville (2002) 2,607 - James Skinner, Smyrna (2005) 2,601 - Chris Coles, Hendersonville (2002) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SERIES - DIVISION II 2,053 - Casey Pope, Battle Ground Academy (2011) 1,973 - Dallas Hill, Battle Ground Academy (2011) 1,947 - David Clayton, Christian Brothers (2006) 1,886 - Kevin Lutz, McCallie (2010) 1,867 - Kerry Meadows, Father Ryan (2003) 1,864 - David Clayton, Christian Brothers (2003) 1,844 - Justin Turner, Donelson Christian Academy (2010) 1,833 - Jay Stoll, St. Benedict (2013) 1,828 - Phillip Irwin, Christian Brothers (2004) 1,823 - Peter Trzil, St. Benedict (2011) 68

71 TSSAA GIRLS BOWLING TEAM TOURNAMENT STATE RECORDS TEAM RECORDS MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - St. Benedict ( ) 4 - Hardin Co. ( ) 3 - Elliston ( ) 3 - St. Agnes ( ) 2 - Mt. Juliet ( ) CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - St. Benedict ( ) 3 - Elliston ( ) 2 - Hardin Co. ( ) 2 - Mt. Juliet ( ) 2 - St. Agnes ( ) HIGHEST GAME SCORE 1,238 - Wilson Central (vs. Knoxville Catholic, 2010) 1,226 - Hardin Co. (vs. White Station, 2009) 1,210 - Hardin Co. (vs. Wilson Central, 2009) 1,207 - St. Agnes (vs. St. Benedict, 2013) 1,205 - Wilson Central (vs. Hardin Co., 2010) 1,200 - Walker Valley (vs. Hardin Co., 2005) 1,195 - Hardin Co. (vs. Walker Valley, 2005) 1,191 - Hardin Co. (vs. York Institute, 2010) 1,188 - Hixson (vs. Hendersonville, 2006) 1,182 - Walker Valley (vs. Dobyns Bennett, 2005) HIGHEST MATCH SCORE 3,507 - Hardin Co. (vs. White Station, 2009) 3,448 - Hardin Co. (vs. Wilson Central, 2009) 3,418 - Hardin Co. (vs. Hendersonville, 2012) 3,401 - Wilson Central (vs. Hardin Co., 2009) 3,395 - Hendersonville (vs. Columbia Central, 2009) 3,391 - Hendersonville (vs. Hixson, 2008) 3,334 - Walker Valley (vs. Hardin Co., 2005) 3,333 - Hendersonville (vs. Gatlinburg Pittman, 2008) 3,317 - Hixson (vs. Hendersonville, 2008) 3,313 - Wilson Central (vs. White Station, 2010) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SCORE - DIVISION I ( PRESENT) 10,079 - Hardin Co. (2009) 9,996 - Hendersonville (2008) 9,879 - Wilson Central (2010) 9,771 - Hixson (2006) 9,749 - Hardin Co. (2008) 9,700 - Hardin Co. (2012) 9,563 - Hardin Co. (2011) 9,522 - Wilson Central (2009) 9,464 - Hardin Co. (2010) 9,381 - Hardin Co. (2007) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SCORE - DIVISION I ( ) 13,189 - Walker Valley (2005) 12,593 - Soddy Daisy (2005) 11,776 - Columbia Central (2004) 11,622 - Mt. Juliet (2003) 11,508 - Glencliff (2004) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SCORE - DIVISION II 9,195 - St. Agnes (2013) 8,996 - St. Agnes (2009) 8,835 - Elliston (2004) 8,702 - Elliston (2003) 8,647 - Girls Preparatory School (2012) 8,622 - St. Benedict (2013) 8,560 - St. Benedict (2009) 8,557 - St. Benedict (2005) 8,491 - St. Agnes (2011) 8,432 - St. Agnes (2010) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS HIGHEST GAME SCORE Caitlin Hockensmith, Smyrna (vs.hardin County, 2011) Hayley Wilbanks, Hardin County (vs.hixson, 2007) Jerrica Stricklin, Hardin County (vs.white Station, 2009) Angela Vick, St. Benedict (vs.st. Mary s, 2012) K La Padgett, Elliston (vs.father Ryan, 2005) Courtney Wheeler, Collierville (vs.soddy-daisy, 2012) Katie Brooks, Columbia Central (vs.hendersonville, 2012) Kodi Ledford, Walker Valley (vs.dobyns Bennett, 2005) Michelle Berish, Ridgeway (vs.york Institute, 2005) HIGHEST SERIES Jerrica Stricklin, Hardin County (vs.white Station, 2009) Caitlin Hockensmith, Smyrna (vs.hardin County, 2011) Brittany Sisco, Wilson Central (vs.knoxville Catholic, 2010) Kodi Ledford, Walker Valley (vs.york Institute, 2005) Megan Alcott, Hardin County (vs.dobyns Bennett, 2008) Kodi Ledford, Walker Valley (vs.dobyns Bennett, 2005) Brittany Gann, Walker Valley (vs.york Institute, 2005) Lauren Adams, White Station (vs.soddy-daisy, 2008) Jessica Kimbel, Hardin County (vs.hendersonville, 2012) Lauren D Ordine, Hendersonville (vs.hardin County, 2012) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SERIES - DIVISION I ( PRESENT) 1,837 - Kelsey Montgomery, Hardin Co. (2009) 1,807 - Heather O Malley, Soddy Daisy (2006) 1,771 - Jerrica Stricklin, Hardin Co. (2009) 1,768 - Christina D Ordine, Hendersonville (2009) 1,766 - Kim Qualls, Hardin Co. (2010) 1,765 - Megan Alcott, Hardin Co. (2008) 1,764 - Jessica Kimbel, Hardin Co. (2012) 1,723 - Courtney Wheeler, Collierville (2012) 1,722 - Mallory Stanley, Hardin Co. (2013) 1,722 - Christy King, Hendersonville (2008) 1,706 - Brennan Page, Wilson Central (2010) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SERIES - DIVISION I ( ) 2,608 - Kodi Ledford, Walker Valley (2005) 2,573 - Brittany Gann, Walker Valley (2005) 2,369 - Jennifer McDaniel, Mt. Juliet (2003) 2,288 - Laura Roberson, Soddy Daisy (2005) 2,227 - Jennifer McDaniel, Mt. Juliet (2002) 2,204 - Brittany Cross, Walker Valley (2005) 2,199 - Paige Provey, Columbia Central (2004) 2,191 - Ashley Davy, Mt. Juliet (2003) 2,190 - Heather O Malley, Soddy Daisy (2005) 2,183 - Shanna Personius, Mt. Juliet (2003) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT SERIES - DIVISION II 1,843 - Leslie King, Elliston (2004) 1,799 - Jessica Williams, Elliston (2005) 1,760 - Leslie King, Elliston (2002) 1,726 - K-La Padgett, Elliston (2005) 1,703 - Jessica Williams, Elliston (2004) 1,683 - Jacqueline Fillion, St. Benedict (2005) 1,675 - Leslie King, Elliston (2003) 1,652 - Sara Hill, St. Agnes (2011) 1,635 - Rachel Shaw, St. Agnes (2010) 1,635 - Megan Wilson, St. Agnes (2013) 69

72 TSSAA BOWLING INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT STATE RECORDS MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 2 - Casey Pope, Battle Ground Academy ( ) SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 2 - Battle Ground Academy ( ) 1 - Brentwood ( Cane Ridge (2011) 1 - Columbia Central (2008) 1 - Donelson Christian Academy ( Father Ryan (2010) 1 - Germantown (2007) 1 - Hardin Co. (2010) 1 - McCallie (2008) 1 - Montogomery Bell Academy (2007) 1 - Nashville Overton (2009) 1 - Upperman (2012) 1 - Webb School of Knoxville (2013) HIGHEST QUARTERFINAL ROUND 1,021 - Matt Lyon, Soddy-Daisy (2009) 1,015 - Wes Conatser, Upperman (2013) 1,012 - Anthony Richmond, Memphis Overton (2013) Kamron Doyle, Brentwood (2013) Derek Phillips, Dobyns Bennett (2010) Chase Lloyd, White Station (2011) Jere McDaniel, Wilson Central (2007) Brandon Barnes, Smyrna (2010) Rodney Lewis, Hardin Co. (2013) Gary Faulkner, Germantown (2008) HIGHEST QUARTERFINAL AVERAGE Matt Lyon, Soddy-Daisy (2009) Wes Conatser, Upperman (2013) Anthony Richmond, Memphis Overton (2013) Kamron Doyle, Brentwood (2013) Derek Phillips, Dobyns Bennett (2010) Chase Lloyd, White Station (2011) Jere McDaniel, Wilson Central (2007) Brandon Barnes, Smyrna (2010) Rodney Lewis, Hardin Co. (2013) Gary Faulkner, Germantown (2008) HIGHEST SEMIFINAL ROUND Evan Schneider, White Station (2012) Chase Lloyd, White Station (2012) Justin Miller, Greeneville (2010) Stephen Roberts, Nashville Overton (2010) Alex Jenner, Collierville (2012) Caleb Nunn, Greeneville (2012) John Petty, Wilson Central (2012) Gary Faulkner, Germantown (2007) Chase Smith, Hardin County (2010) HIGHEST SEMIFINAL AVERAGE Evan Schneider, White Station (2012) Chase Lloyd, White Station (2012) Justin Miller, Greeneville (2010) Stephen Roberts, Nashville Overton (2010) Alex Jenner, Collierville (2012) Caleb Nunn, Greeneville (2012) John Petty, Wilson Central (2012) Gary Faulkner, Germantown (2007) Chase Smith, Hardin County (2010) HIGHEST FINAL ROUND 1,327 - Kamron Doyle, Brentwood (2013) 1,229 - Aaron Ruiz, Cane Ridge (2013) 1,201 - Aaron Ruiz, Cane Ridge (2011) 1,196 - Donny Turner, Donelson Christian Academy (2012) 1,192 - Wes Conatser, Upperman (2012) 1,167 - Gary Faulkner, Germantown (2008) 1,164 - Casey Pope, Battle Ground Academy (2011) 1,160 - Michael Poirier, Columbia Central (2008) 1,153 - Dylan Woods, Lawrence County (2011) 1,139 - Chase Smith, Hardin County (2012) HIGHEST FINAL ROUND AVERAGE Kamron Doyle, Brentwood (2013) Aaron Ruiz, Cane Ridge (2013) Aaron Ruiz, Cane Ridge (2011) Donny Turner, Donelson Christian Academy (2012) Wes Conatser, Upperman (2013) Gary Faulkner, Germantown (2008) Casey Pope, Battle Ground Academy (2011) Michael Poirier, Columbia Central (2008) Dylan Woods, Lawrence County (2011) Chase Smith, Hardin County (2012) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT PINFALL - DIVISION I 3,293 - Kamron Doyle, Brentwood (2013) 3,071 - Wes Conatser, Upperman (2012) 3,027 - Michael Poirier, Columbia Central (2008) 2,974 - Aaron Ruiz, Cane Ridge (2013) 2,968 - Aaron Ruiz, Cane Ridge (2011) 2,939 - Gary Faulkner, Germantown (2007) 2,935 - Chase Smith, Hardin Co. (2012) 2,917 - Chase Smith, Hardin Co. (2010) 2,913 - Dylan Woods, Lawrence County (2011) 2,913 - Chase Lloyd, White Station (2012) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT AVERAGE - DIVISION I Kamron Doyle, Brentwood (2013) Wes Conatser, Upperman (2012) Michael Poirier, Columbia Central (2008) Aaron Ruiz, Cane Ridge (2013) Aaron Ruiz, Cane Ridge (2011) Chase Lloyd, White Station (2012) Gary Faulkner, Germantown (2007) Chase Smith, Hardin Co. (2012) Gary Faulkner, Germantown (2008) Anthony Richmond, Memphis Overton (2013) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT PINFALL - DIVISION II 2,062 - Donny Tunner, Donelson Christian Academy (2012) 2,041 - Casey Pope, Battle Ground Academy (2011) 2,001 - Alex Goss, McCallie (2008) 1,970 - Casey Pope, Battle Ground Academy (2012) 1,969 - Casey Pope, Battle Ground Academy (2009) 1,915 - Sam Bass, Father Ryan (2010) 1,910 - Trent Holbrook, Montgomery Bell Academy (2012) 1,906 - Justin Turner, Donelson Christian Academy (2010) 1,880 - Houston Thomas, Donelson Christian Academy (2011) 1,875 - Rand Woodson, Montgomery Bell Academy (2007) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT AVERAGE - DIVISION II Donny Turner, Donelson Christian Academy Casey Pope, Battle Ground Academy Casey Pope, Battle Ground Academy Alex Goss, McCallie Trent Holbrook, Montgomery Bell Academy Sam Bass, Father Ryan Thomas Houston, Donelson Christian Academy Casey Pope, Battle Ground Academy Justin Turner, Donelson Christian Academy Alex Goss, McCallie

73 TSSAA GIRLS BOWLING INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT STATE RECORDS MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 2 - Miranda Mott, Ensworth ( ) SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 2 - Ensworth (2010, 11) 2 - Pope John Paul (2008, 09) 1 - Donelson Christian Academy (2013) 1 - Girls Preparatory School (2012) 1 - Hardin Co. (2007) 1 - Hendersonville (2009) 1 - Heritage (2011) 1 - LaVergne (2012) 1 - McGavock (2008) 1 - St. Benedict (2007) 1 - Wilson Central (2010) HIGHEST QUARTERFINAL ROUND Caitlin Hockensmith, Smyrna (2011) Kim Qualls, Hardin Co. (2009) Chelsie Cleaves, White Station (2013) Megan Alcott, Hardin Co. (2007) Kim Qualls, Hardin Co. (2010) Brittney Endsley, Heritage (2011) Emily Nykiel, Collierville (2012) Keysha Martin, LaVergne (2012) Kylee Saunders, Soddy-Daisy (2012) Christina D Ordine, Hendersonville (2009) HIGHEST QUARTERFINAL AVERAGE Caitlin Hockensmith, Smyrna (2011) Kim Qualls, Hardin Co. (2009) Chelsie Cleaves, White Station (2013) Megan Alcott, Hardin Co. (2007) Kim Qualls, Hardin Co. (2010) Brittney Endsley, Heritage (2011) Emily Nykiel, Collierville (2012) Keysha Martin, LaVergne (2012) Kaylee Saunders, Soddy-Daisy (2012) Christina D Ordine, Hendersonville (2009) HIGHEST SEMIFINAL ROUND Meg Shaneyfelt, Donelson Christian Academy (2007) Brandi Caruso, Nashville Overton (2011) Miranda Mott, Ensworth (2011) Maia Zaykova, Donelson Christian Academy (2007) Chrystan Lyle, Columbia Central (2012) Emma Long, Hardin County (2011) Laurel Everett, Wilson Central (2012) Samantha Pope, Walker Valley (2011) Kimberly Hensley, McGavock (2008) Keysa Martin, LaVergne (2012) HIGHEST SEMIFINAL AVERAGE Meg Shaneyfelt, Donelson Christian Academy (2007) Brandi Caruso, Nashville Overton (2011) Miranda Mott, Ensworth (2011) Maia Zaykova, Donelson Christian Academy (2007) Chrystan Lyle, Columbia Central (2012) Emma Long, Hardin County (2011) Laurel Everett, Wilson Central (2012) Samantha Pope, Walker Valley (2011) Kimberly Hensley, McGavock (2008) Keysha Martin, LaVergne (2012) HIGHEST FINAL ROUND 1,169 - Emily Nykiel, Collierville (2012) 1,087 - Kara Maynord, Girls Preparatory School (2012) 1,086 - Keysha Maritn, LaVergne (2012) 1,073 - Chelsie Cleaves, White Station (2012) 1,070 - Alexis Lucas, St. Benedict (2010) 1,068 - Megan Alcott, Hardin Co. (2007) 1,062 - Christina D Ordine, Hendersonville (2009) 1,060 - Kimberly Hensley, McGavock (2008) 1,047 - Lauren Adams, White Station (2010) 1,040 - Katrina Ouellette, Bartlett (2009) 1,037 - Kara Ford, Smyrna (2013) HIGHEST FINAL ROUND AVERAGE Emily Nykiel, Collierville (2012) Kara Maynord, Girls Preparatory School (2012) Keysha Martin, LaVergne (2012) Alexis Lucas, St. Benedict (2010) Chelsie Cleaves, White Station (2012) Megan Alcott, Hardin Co. (2007) Christina D Ordine, Hendersonville (2009) Kimberly Hensley, McGavock (2008) Lauren Adams, White Station (2010) Katrina Ouellette, Bartlett, 2009) Kara Ford, Smyrna (2013) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT PINFALL - DIVISION I 2,781 - Keysha Martin, LaVergne (2012) 2,772 - Emily Nykiel, Collierville (2012) 2,741 - Megan Alcott, Hardin Co. (2007) 2,729 - Christina D Ordine, Hendersonville (2009) 2,716 - Chelsie Cleaves, White Station (2012) 2,705 - Birttney Endsley, Heritage (2011) 2,685 - Kara Ford, Smyrna (2013) 2,679 - Kimberly Hensley, McGavock (2008) 2,671 - Kim Qualls, Hardin Co. (2009) 2,647 - Kirstin Page, Wilson Central (2010) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT AVERAGE - DIVISION I Keysha Martin, LaVergne (2012) Chelsie Cleaves, White Station (2012) Emily Nykiel, Collierville (2012) Christina D Ordine, Hendersonville (2009) Megan Alcott, Hardin Co. (2007) Kim Qualls, Hardin Co. (2009) Brittney Endsley, Heritage (2011) Allie Chase, Hixson (2008) Chelsie Cleaves, White Station (2013) Laurel Everett, Wilson Central (2012) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT PINFALL - DIVISION II 1,899 - Christina Calvo, Pope John Paul II (2008) 1,851 - Kara Maynord, Girls Preparatory School (2012) 1,824 - Miranda Mott, Ensworth (2012) 1,815 - Miranda Mott, Ensworth (2010) 1,807 - Alexis Lucas, St. Benedict (2010) 1,786 - Valerie Henry, Donelson Christian Academy (2013) 1,779 - Miranda Mott, Ensworth (2011) 1,774 - Hayley Pionk, Pope John Paul II (2009) 1,771 - Angela Vick, St. Benedict (2011) 1,761 - Angela Vick, St. Benedict (2012) HIGHEST TOURNAMENT AVERAGE - DIVISION II Miranda Mott, Ensworth (2012) Miranda Mott, Ensworth (2011) Christina Calvo, Pope John Paul II (2008) Alexis Lucas, St. Benedict (2010) Miranda Mott, Ensworth (2010) Kara Maynord, Girls Preparatory School (2012) Valerie Henry, Donelson Christian Academy (2013) Hayley Pionk, Pope John Paul II (2009) Anglea Vick, St. Benedict (2011) Anglea Vick, St. Benedict (2012) 71

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75 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Dual Wrestling State Champions Division I, Class A-AA Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Greeneville High School (Greeneville, TN) Team Champions Cleveland High School (Cleveland, TN) Division II Team Champions Christian Brothers High School (Memphis, TN) Photos Provided By: 73

76 CLASS AAA ST - Cleveland 2 ND - Wilson Central 3 RD - Soddy-Daisy 4 TH - Heritage ST - Soddy-Daisy 2 ND - Cleveland 3 RD - Ravenwood 4 TH - Science Hill ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Soddy-Daisy 3 RD - Ravenwood 4 TH - Science Hill ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Cleveland 3 RD - Science Hill 4 TH - Collierville ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Cleveland 3 RD - Soddy-Daisy 4 TH - Clarksville ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Ooltewah 3 RD - Cleveland 4 TH - Independence ST - Soddy-Daisy 2 ND - Bradley Central 3 RD - Oolteway 4 TH - Clarksville ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Clarksville 3 RD - Soddy-Daisy 4 TH - Collierville ST - Franklin 2 ND - Bradley Central 3 RD - Soddy-Daisy 4 TH - Clarksville TSSAA STATE DUAL WRESTLING TOURNAMENT RESULTS CLASS A-AA ST - Greeneville 2 ND - Pigeon Forge 3 RD - Hixson 4 TH - East Ridge ST - Chattanooga Central 2 ND - Pigeon Forge 3 RD - Hixson 4 TH - Sycamore ST - Chattanooga Central 2 ND - Pigeon Forge 3 RD - Hixson 4 TH - Stone Memorial ST - Hixson 2 ND - East Literature 3 RD - Greenback 4 TH - Pigeon Forge ST - Hixson 2 ND - Notre Dame 3 RD - East Literature 4 TH - Montgomery Central ST - Notre Dame 2 ND - Hixson 3 RD - East Literature 4 TH - Greenback ST - Notre Dame 2 ND - Seymour 3 RD - East Literature 4 TH - Sycamore ST - Notre Dame 2 ND - Franklin Road Aca. 3 RD - Seymour 4 TH - Sycamore ST - Franklin Road Aca. 2 ND - Springfield 3 RD - Hixson 4 TH - Greenback DIVISION II ST - Christian Brothers 2 ND - Father Ryan 3 RD - Baylor 4 TH - McCallie ST - Christian Brothers 2 ND - Father Ryan 3 RD - Baylor 4 TH - McCallie ST - Baylor 2 ND - Christian Brothers 3 RD - McCallie 4 TH - Father Ryan ST - Father Ryan 2 ND - Christian Brothers 3 RD - Baylor 4 TH - McCallie ST - Baylor 2 ND - Father Ryan 3 RD - Christian Brothers 4 TH - Brentwood Academy ST - Baylor 2 ND - Father Ryan 3 RD - Christian Brothers 4 TH - Brentwood Academy ST - Baylor 2 ND - Father Ryan 3 RD - Brentwood Academy 4 TH - McCallie ST - McCallie 2 ND - Baylor 3 RD - Montgomery Bell Aca. 4 TH - Father Ryan ST - Baylor 2 ND - McCallie 3 RD - Notre Dame 4 TH - Montgomery Bell Aca ST - Father Ryan 2 ND - McCallie 3 RD - Baylor 4 TH - Montgomery Bell Aca ST - McCallie 2 ND - Father Ryan 3 RD - Montgomery Bell Aca. 4 TH - Notre Dame DIVISION II ST - Baylor 2 ND - McCallie 3 RD - Montgomery Bell Aca. 4 TH - Father Ryan ST - Baylor 2 ND - Father Ryan 3 RD - Montgomery Bell Aca. 4 TH - McCallie ST - Father Ryan 2 ND - Baylor 3 RD - McCallie 4 TH - Montgomery Bell Aca. 5 TH - Christian Brothers 6 TH - Harding Academy ST - Father Ryan 2 ND - Baylor 3 RD - Montgomery Bell Aca. 4 TH - McCallie 5 TH - Christian Brothers 6 TH - Harding Academy ST - Father Ryan 2 ND - Baylor 3 RD - Montgomery Bell Aca. 4 TH - Christian Brothers 5 TH - Notre Dame 6 TH - Harding Academy 74

77 DIVISION I ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Soddy-Daisy 3 RD - Franklin 4 TH - Clarksville ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Soddy-Daisy 3 RD - Clarksville 4 TH - Science Hill ST - Soddy-Daisy 2 ND - Bradley Central 3 RD - Clarksville 4 TH - Science Hill ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Clarksville 3 RD - Soddy-Daisy 4 TH - Houston ST - Clarksville 2 ND - Bradley Central 3 RD - Red Bank 4 TH - John Overton 5 TH - Farragut 6 TH - Houston ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Clarksville 3 RD - Soddy-Daisy 4 TH - Centennial 5 TH - John Overton 6 TH - Houston 7 TH - Greeneville 8 TH - Farragut ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Brentwood 3 RD - John Overton 4 TH - Soddy-Daisy 5 TH - Houston 6 TH - Clarksville 7 TH - Greeneville 8 TH - William Blount TSSAA STATE DUAL WRESTLING TOURNAMENT RESULTS LARGE ST - John Overton 2 ND - Father Ryan 3 RD - Baylor 4 TH - Jefferson County 5 TH - Soddy-Daisy 6 TH - Germantown 7 TH - Christian Brothers 8 TH - Maryville ST - Father Ryan 2 ND - Baylor 3 RD - John Overton 4 TH - Kirby 5 TH - Germantown ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Red Bank 3 RD - McGavock 4 TH - John Overton 5 TH - Karns 6 TH - Morristown East 7 TH - Germantown 8 TH - Kirby ST - Bradley Central 2 ND - Father Ryan 3 RD - Red Bank 4 TH - Morristown East 5 TH - Germantown 6 TH - Tennessee 7 TH - Millington 8 TH - John Overton ST - McCallie 2 ND - Bradley Central 3 RD - Kirby 4 TH - Father Ryan 5 TH - Germantown 6 TH - John Overton 7 TH - Tennessee 8 TH - Karns ST - McCallie 2 ND - Baylor 3 RD - Brentwood 4 TH - Father Ryan 5 TH - Germantown 6 TH - Kirby 7 TH - William Blount 8 TH - Morristown East ST - McCallie 2 ND - Brentwood ST - McCallie 2 ND - Knoxville Halls ST - Soddy-Daisy 2 ND - Franklin SMALL ST - Brentwood Academy 2 ND - Page 3 RD - Greeneville 4 TH - Collierville 5 TH - Notre Dame 6 TH - Seymour 7 TH - Munford 8 TH - Grundy County ST - Brentwood Academy 2 ND - David Lipscomb 3 RD - Notre Dame 4 TH - Greeneville 5 TH - Memphis University Sch. 6 TH - Munford ST - Brentwood Academy 2 ND - Greeneville 3 RD - Cleveland 4 TH - Notre Dame 5 TH - Marshall County 6 TH - Knoxville Catholic 7 TH - Memphis University Sch. 8 TH - Briarcrest ST - Cleveland 2 ND - Springfield 3 RD - Greeneville 4 TH - Memphis University Sch. 5 TH - David Lipscomb 6 TH - Notre Dame 7 TH - Briarcrest 8 TH - Knoxville Catholic ST - Cleveland 2 ND - Springfield 3 RD - Greeneville 4 TH - Brentwood Academy 5 TH - East Ridge 6 TH - Memphis University Sch. 7 TH - Maryville 8 TH - Houston ST - Cleveland 2 ND - Springfield 3 RD - Oakhaven 4 TH - Memphis University Sch. 5 TH - Chattanooga Central 6 TH - Brentwood Academy 7 TH - Knoxville West 8 TH - Maryville ST - East Ridge 2 ND - Oakhaven ST - Chattanooga Central 2 ND - Brentwood Academy ST - Father Ryan 2 ND - McCallie MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS 12 - Bradley Central ( ) 7 - Baylor ( ) 7 - Father Ryan ( ) 6 - McCallie ( ) 4 - Cleveland ( ) 4 - Soddy-Daisy ( ) 3 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 3 - Chatt. Central ( ) 3 - Notre Dame ( ) 2 - Christian Brothers ( ) 2 - Hixson ( ) CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Bradley Central ( ) 4 - McCallie ( ) 3 - Baylor ( ) 3 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 3 - Cleveland ( ) 3 - Father Ryan ( ) 3 - Notre Dame ( ) 2 - Baylor ( ) 2 - Bradley Central ( ) 2 - Bradley Central ( ) 2 - Bradley Central ( ) 2 - Chatt. Central ( ) 2 - Christian Brothers ( ) 2 - Hixson ( ) 75

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79 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Wrestling State Champions Division I Team Champions Cleveland High High School (Chattanooga, TN) Individual Champions Division II Team Champions Christian Brothers High School (Memphis, TN) Individual Champions Photos Provided By: 77

80 TSSAA STATE DIVISION I WRESTLING CHAMPIONS Toribio Navarro, Bradley Central 113 Chris DeBien, Cleveland 120 Jacob Stephens, Soddy-Daisy 126 Austin Oliver, Cleveland 132 Hayden Hamilton, Cleveland 138 Caleb Langford, Walker Valley 145 Jacob Freeman, Ravenwood 152 Larry Dickerson, Jr., Chatt. Central 160 Robbie Clark, Bradley Central 170 Chad Solomon, Maryville 182 Blaike Henry, Soddy-Daisy 195 Scottie Boykin, Riverdale 220 T.J. Satterfield, William Blount 285 Bruno Reagan, Clarksville Chris DeBien, Cleveland 113 Austin Stevison, Cleveland 120 Jacob Stevens, Soddy-Daisy 126 Jack Boone, Notre Dame 132 Campbell Lewis, Soddy-Daisy 138 Austin Woods, Franklin 145 Grayson Mullin, Notre Dame 152 Parker Smith, Centennial 160 Reginald Adams, Cordova 171 McCoy Newberg, Independence 182 John Shrader, Franklin 195 Cody Davis, Pigeon Forge 220 Billy Swanson, Soddy-Daisy 285 Patrick Benson, Bradley Central Jonah Smith, Soddy-Daisy 112 Jacob Stevens, Soddy-Daisy 119 Tanner Bates, Mt. Juliet 125 Eric Feuerbacher, Blackman 130 Campbell Lewis, Soddy-Daisy 135 Marvin Lopez, Cleveland 140 Aaron Lopez, Cleveland 145 Josue Brown, Hunters Lane 152 Brad Colbaugh, Bradley Central 160 McCoy Newberg, Independence 171 Holden Schay, Houston 189 Cody Davis, Pigeon Forge 215 Tucker Bolton, Bradley Central 285 Patrick Benson, Bradley Central Brandon Brunner, Tullahoma 112 Blake Thoomas, Brentwood 119 Ethan Hames, Bradley Central 125 Campbell Lewis, Soddy-Daisy 130 Marin Lopez, Cleveland 135 Trevor Herron, Bradley Central 140 David Chege, Ravenwood 145 Brennen Cox, Independence 152 Chris Aguilar, Bradley Central 160 Bailey Jones, Cleveland 171 Joe Proctor, Cookeville 189 Michael Kennedy, Blackman 215 Cameron Croy, Brentwood 285 Hunter Allen, Mt. Juliet Tyler Pitts, Bradley Central 112 Dustin Gardner, Soddy-Daisy 119 Logan Biddy, Bradley Central 125 Campbell Lewis, Soddy-Daisy 130 Cody Hood, Ooltewah 135 David Graham, Bradley Central 140 Jonathan Taylor, Red Bank 145 Kole Bishop, Sullivan East 152 Blake Ridenour, Maryville 160 Joe Proctor, Cookeville 171 Jake Young, Ooltewah 189 Cameron Croy, Brentwood 215 Nick White, Cookeville 285 Caleb Leonard, Knoxville Halls Ethan Hames, Bradley Central 112 Christopher Pipkin, Cheatham County 119 Logan Biddy, Bradley Central 125 Jacob Henley, Rhea County 130 David Graham, Bradley Central 135 David Mang, Bradley Central 140 Hunter Daniel, Rhea County 145 Dean Pavlou, Bradley Central 152 Daniel White, John Overton 160 Joel Brimer, Greeneville 171 Danny Tolbert, Red Bank 189 Cameron Croy, Brentwood 215 Cody Quick, Tullahoma 285 Cody Sliger, Ooltewah Jeremy Miller, Greenback 112 Josh Jadoobirsingh, Cleveland 119 Demetrius Johnson, Brighton 125 David Graham, Bradley Central 130 Tanner Johnson, Bradley Central 135 Ulric Winesburgh, Soddy-Daisy 140 Dean Pavlou, Bradley Central 145 Kelly Felix, Franklin 152 Justin Spain, Bradley Central 160 Brandon Wright, Houston 171 Jake Young, Ooltewah 189 Tyler Roberson, Soddy-Daisy 215 Matt Lettner, Soddy-Daisy 285 Cody Sliger, Ooltewah Hunter Ranolph, Bradley Central 112 Demetrius Johnson, Munford 119 Jay Adamson, Notre Dame 125 Bo Usary, Science Hill 130 Nic Bundy, Hendersonville 135 Ryan Fuller, Soddy-Daisy 140 Kellen Holliman, Brentwood 145 Kelly Felix, Franklin 152 Brandon Wright, Houston 160 Travis Creagan, Bradley Central 171 Tyler Roberson, Soddy-Daisy 189 Frankie Morgan, Union County 215 Nick Reveiz, Farragut 275 John Vandergriff, Knoxville Halls Kent Johnson, Collierville 112 Danny Coleman, Cleveland 119 Mike Ortiz, Franklin 125 Bo Usary, Science Hill 130 Ryan Fuller, Soddy-Daisy 135 Kelly Felix, Franklin 140 Travis Creagan, Bradley Central 145 Joel Knoz, Franklin 152 David Johnson, Rossview 160 Lucas Borneman, Houston 171 Justin Knox, Farragut 189 Kenny Meredith, Blackman 215 Nick Reveiz, Farragut 275 Ben Hazelett, Union County Dario Rudas, East Ridge 112 Nic Bundy, Hendersonville 119 Shawn Cordell, Bradley Central 125 Kyle James, Soddy-Daisy 130 Jake West, Bradley Central 135 John Lane, Soddy-Daisy 140 Scott Dix, Farragut 145 Luke Sanders, Montgomery Central 152 Ty Cody, Science Hill 160 Quinn Gibson, Bradley Central 171 Bryant Blackmon, Bradley Central 189 Paul Campbell, Soddy-Daisy 215 Matt Bailey, Bradley Central 275 Joseph Hudgins, Fairview Danny Coleman, Cleveland 112 Ari Ibrahim, John Overton 119 Kyle James, Soddy-Daisy 125 Mat Bird, East Ridge 130 Josh Bosken, Science Hill 135 John Lane, Soddy-Daisy 140 Michael Creagan, Bradley Central 145 Steven McKinney, Dobyns Bennett 152 Dustin Catlett, Bradley Central 160 Quinn Gibson, Bradley Central 171 Nathan Jones, Cleveland 189 Tim Freel, Karns 215 Anthony Evans, Westside 275 Daniel Crosby, Greeneville Kyle James, Soddy-Daisy 112 Shawn Cordell, Bradley Central 119 Adam Rains, Bradley Central 125 Eric Faris, Farragut 130 Cody Humphrey, Knoxville Halls 135 Matt Keller, Bradley Central 140 Jimmy Frederick, East Ridge 145 Jake Yost, Soddy-Daisy 152 Dustin Catlett, Bradley Central 160 Quinn Gibson, Bradley Central 171 Erick Waage, Science Hill 189 Matt Graham, East Ridge 215 Matt Proctor, Dickson County 275 Daniel Crosby, Greeneville Shawn Cordell, Red Bank 112 Chonci Houston, Jefferson County 119 Brian Hall, Millington 125 Darren McKnight, Red Bank 130 Matt Keller, Bradley Central 135 Alan Morris, Bradley Central 140 Jake Yost, Soddy-Daisy 145 Nathan Jones, Cleveland 152 Kevin Ward, Soddy-Daisy 160 Matt Sweeton, Tullahoma 171 Jason Bault, Karns 189 Rusty Blackmon, Bradley Central 215 Eric Watkins, Farragut 275 Marcus Horton, Stratford John Welsh, Tullahoma 112 Josh Craft, East Ridge 119 Darren McKnight, Red Bank 125 Matt Keller, Bradley Central 130 Josh Dye, Clarksville 135 Jeremy Garrett, Greeneville 140 Matt McCarty, Clarksville 145 Matt Sweeton, Tullahoma 152 Kevin Ward, Soddy-Daisy 160 David Adams, Clarksville 171 Rusty Blackmon, Bradley Central 189 Derrick Esmond, Glencliff 215 Antonio Boyd, East Literature 275 Justin Fair, Elizabethton Erik Floyd, Centennial 112 Darren McKnight, Red Bank 119 Matt Keller, Bradley Central 125 Sean Kim, Brentwood 130 Matt McCarty, Clarksville 135 Kevin Ward, Soddy-Daisy 140 Ryan McDermott, Bradley Central 145 Eric Collins, Red Bank 152 Charlie Ritchey, East Ridge 160 Steve Craig, Brentwood 171 Jimmy Hoover, Bradley Central 189 Robbie Lee, John Overton 215 Jason Riddle, Greeneville 275 Justin Needham, McMinn Central Matt Sweeton, Tullahoma 119 Casey Brewster, John Overton 125 Shannon Sayne, Knoxville Halls 130 Tim Drinkwine, John Overton 135 Waylon Love, Jefferson County 140 Zac Dailey, Mt. Juliet 145 Charlie Ritchey, East Ridge 152 Devin Luedtke, Red Bank 160 Craig Johnson, Seymour 171 Jim Higgins, Soddy-Daisy 189 Warren Langley, Bradley Central 215 Justin Anderson, Jefferson County 275 William Hadden, John Overton 78

81 TSSAA STATE DIVISION II WRESTLING CHAMPIONS Michael Murphy, Baylor 113 Elijah Oliver, Christian Brothers 120 Alex Elsea, McCallie 126 Nick Gray, Christian Brothers 132 Adam Connell, McCallie 138 Pierce Olson, Battle Ground Academy 145 Mark Marchetti, Father Ryan 152 Kaleb Baker, Christian Brothers 160 Bryson Popp, Baylor 170 Ryan Parker, Baylor 182 Nathan Hoodenpyle, McCallie 195 Franklin Garstin, MBA 220 Amos Mason, Brentwood Academy 285 Jashon Robertson, MBA Elijah Oliver, Christian Brothers 113 Alex Elsea, McCallie 120 Adam Connell, McCallie 126 Zach Watson, Baylor 132 Brandon Brunner, Baylor 138 Alex Ward, McCallie 145 Kaleb Baker, Christian Brothers 152 Matthew Cate, Baylor 160 Eliot Berz, McCallie 170 Michael Hooker, Father Ryan 182 T.J. Holmes, Father Ryan 195 Ricky Fisher, Father Ryan 220 Amos Mason, Brentwood Academy 285 Tye Youngblood, McCallie Cole Holloway, Baylor 112 Tate Robinson, Christian Brothers 119 Brandon Brunner, Baylor 125 Zach Watson, Baylor 130 Alex Manley, Baylor 135 Kaleb Baker, Christian Brothers 140 Stuart Doster, Baylor 145 Michael Hooker, McCallie 152 Chris Agnew, Father Ryan 160 T.J. Duncan, McCallie 171 Chase Martino, McCallie 189 T.J. Holmes, Father Ryan 215 Amos Mason, Brentwood Academy 285 Barrett Gauger, Baylor Mike Akers, Father Ryan 112 Alex Ward, McCallie 119 Zach Watson, Baylor 125 Alex Manley, Baylor 130 Daniel Baucke, Christian Brothers 135 Alex Johnson, Christian Brothers 140 Stuart Doster, Baylor 145 Zach Johnson, Christian Brothers 152 T.J. Duncan, McCallie 160 Daniel Todd, Montgomery Bell Aca. 171 Wes Wesley, Father Ryan 189 Mac Ferguson, Baylor 215 David Helton, Baylor 285 John Mackey, Baylor Cole Moseley, Father Ryan 112 Zach Watson, Baylor 119 Daniel Baucke, Christian Brothers 125 Stuart Doster, Baylor 130 Alex Johnson, Christian Brothers 135 Cody Austell, Father Ryan 140 T.J. Duncan, McCallie 145 Chanse Hayes, Baylor 152 Justin Cash, Brentwood Academy 160 Patrick Marchetti, Father Ryan 171 Wes Wesley, Father Ryan 189 Max Jarrell, Montgomery Bell Aca. 215 Cory Norcross, Father Ryan 285 Ryan Carrethers, Brentwood Aca Zach Watson, Baylor 112 Mike Hooker, McCallie 119 Stuart Doster, Baylor 125 Bailey Whitaker, Baylor 130 Cole Hayes, Baylor 135 T.J. Duncan, McCallie 140 Patrick Marchetti, Father Ryan 145 Justin Cash, Brentwood Academy 152 George Harmon, Christian Brothers 160 Wes Wesley, Father Ryan 171 Max Jarrell, Montgomery Bell Aca. 189 Kevin Miz, Father Ryan 215 Sam Clanton, Father Ryan 285 Zach Hermann, Father Ryan Daniel Baucke, Christian Brothers 112 Bailey Whitaker, Baylor 119 T.J. Duncan, McCallie 125 John Michael Simpson, MBA 130 Ben Johnson, Baylor 135 Will Young, McCallie 140 Mike Bell, Baylor 145 Josh Baucke, Christian Brothers 152 Reed Doster, Baylor 160 Daniel Waddell, Baylor 171 Aaron Bateman, Father Ryan 189 Darius Williams, Christian Brothers 215 Ben Bartholomew, MBA 285 Zach Hermann, Father Ryan Jeff Francis, Montgomery Bell Aca. 112 Bailey Whitaker, Baylor 119 John Michael Simpson, MBA 125 Ben Johnson, Baylor 130 Joe Young, McCallie 135 Corey Manson, Baylor 140 Will Young, McCallie 145 Reed Doster, Baylor 152 Daniel Waddell, Baylor 160 Dean Smith, Webb School of Knox. 171 Aaron Bateman, Father Ryan 189 Derek Walker, Baylor 215 Courtney Coffey, Pope John Paul II 275 Charles Green, McCallie Bailey Whitaker, Baylor 112 Ben Johnson, Baylor 119 Whitt Dunning, Father Ryan 125 Corey Manson, Baylor 130 Will Young, McCallie 135 Zach Goss, McCallie 140 Cody Cleveland, McCallie 145 Andrew Smith, McCallie 152 Daniel Rawn, Notre Dame 160 Nick Marable, Christian Brothers 171 Aaron Bateman, Father Ryan 189 Drew Wanat, Notre Dame 215 Courtney Coffey, Pope John Paul II 275 Charles Green, McCallie Jay Adamson, Notre Dame 112 Whitt Dunning, Father Ryan 119 William Simpson, MBA 125 Jimmy Hillier, Father Ryan 130 Cody Cleveland, McCallie 135 Jordan Leen, Baylor 140 Andrew Smith, McCallie 145 Justin Blair, McCallie 152 Nick Marable, Christian Brothers 160 Ryan Scott, McCallie 171 Adam Stark, Father Ryan 189 Michael Marable, Christian Brothers 215 J.T. Wash, Brentwood Academy 275 Andrew Hooser, Memphis Univ. Sch Whitt Dunning, Father Ryan 112 Jimmy Hiller, Father Ryan 119 Jordan Leen, Baylor 125 Jack Silberman, McCallie 130 Raymond Dunning, Father Ryan 135 Spencer Manley, McCallie 140 Justin Blair, McCallie 145 Ryan Scott, McCallie 152 Lee Connell, McCallie 160 Chase McTorry, Brentwood Academy 171 Michael Marable, Christian Brothers 189 Jes Greenwood, Father Ryan 215 Ian Thornhill, Montgomery Bell Aca. 275 Seth Cooper, Montgomery Bell Aca William Simpson, MBA 112 Jordan Leen, Baylor 119 Spencer Manley, McCallie 125 Patrick Simpson, MBA 130 Billy Hayduk, Notre Dame 135 Raymond Dunning, Father Ryan 140 Ryan Scott, McCallie 145 Lee Connell, McCallie 152 Whit Gorham, Father Ryan 160 Charlie Wheland, Baylor 171 Fletcher Thompson, Baylor 189 Drew Woodward, Baylor 215 David Pennington, McCallie 275 Keppy Baucom, McCallie Jordan Leen, Baylor 112 Patrick Simpson, MBA 119 Raymond Dunning, Father Ryan 125 Josh Myers, Father Ryan 130 Ryan Scott, McCallie 135 Phillip Simpson, Montgomery Bell Aca 140 Jeff Geismar, Baylor 145 Matt Provenzano, Baylor 152 Ty Krug, Baylor 160 Fletcher Thompson, Baylor 171 Michael Fay, Father Ryan 189 Brandon Artiles, Father Ryan 215 Chandler Ganick, Brentwood Aca. 275 Jeff Wakefield, Father Ryan Patrick Simpson, MBA 112 Stokes Doster, Baylor 119 Billy Hayduk, Notre Dame 125 Phillip Simpson, Montgomery Bell Aca 130 Jeff Geismar, Baylor 135 Bryan Schreiber, Father Ryan 140 Jason Finnell, McCallie 145 Ty Krug, Baylor 152 Matt Provenzano, Baylor 160 Charlie Wheland, Baylor 171 Justin Hagen, McCallie 189 Jonathan Leddy, Brentwood Academy 215 Sean Meredith, Notre Dame 275 Gordon Berry, Father Ryan Whit Casey, Christian Brothers 112 Phillip Simpson, Montgomery Bell Aca 119 Jeff Geismar, Baylor 125 Jonathan Williams, MBA 130 Jason Finnell, McCallie 135 Jamie Castleman, Father Ryan 140 Coleman Thompson, Baylor 145 Matt Provenzano, Baylor 152 Justin Hagen, McCallie 160 Clayton Thompson, Baylor 171 Brett Davenport, Briarcrest 189 Buster Bateman, Father Ryan 215 Zach Schultz, Father Ryan 275 Scott Wells, Brentwood Academy Phillip Simpson, Montgomery Bell Aca 112 Josh West, Bradley Central 112 Shawn Weller, Baylor 119 Ryan Resha, Father Ryan 125 Jason Finnell, McCallie 130 Jeremy Mahoney, Notre Dame 135 Jamie Castleman, Father Ryan 140 Justin Hagen, McCallie 145 John Franklin, Father Ryan 152 Joey Gootee, Father Ryan 160 Brett Davenport, Briarcrest 171 Joey Ferguson, Baylor 189 Johnny Rich, Montgomery Bell Aca. 215 Zach Schultz, Father Ryan 275 Scott Wells, Brentwood Academy 79

82 TSSAA STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS Casey Brewster, John Overton 112 Josh West, Bradley Central 119 Brandon Lowery, Greeneville 125 Weston Fowler, Baylor 130 Eric Collins, Red Bank 135 Zach Dailey, Mt. Juliet 140 Angelo Giasante, LaVergne 145 Derrick Jordan, John Overton 152 Eric Jordan, John Overton 160 Shane Ford, Germantown 171 Matt Mondelli, Father Ryan 189 Josh Barner, Greeneville 215 Will Bartholomew, MBA 275 Nick Garmon, Father Ryan Allen Patterson, Morristown East 112 Shannon Sayne, Knoxville Halls 119 Rodney Resha, Father Ryan 125 Kevin Jones, Red Bank 130 Tim Voiles, Lookout Valley 135 John Anderson, Baylor 140 Chris Williams, South Doyle 145 Travis Adams, Bradley Central 152 Eric Jordan, John Overton 160 Damon Floyd, Bradley Central 171 Charles McTorry, John Overton 189 Brian Provenzano, Red Bank 215 Nick Breeden, Seymour 275 Dee Parker, Red Bank Allen Patterson, Morristown East 106 Junior Hernandez, Knoxville Catholic 112 Gantt Charping, Hillsboro 119 Tyler Cornaby, Farragut 126 Tim Voiles, Lookout Valley 134 Steve Weist, McGavock 142 Heath Eslinger, Bradley Central 151 Jeff Dodson, Franklin 160 Edward Chubb, Red Bank 172 Markese Nelson, Kirby 185 Brian Guthrie, Oakland 215 Carlos Thompson, Cleveland 275 Darrell Hughes, McGavock Quincy Allen, Franklin 112 Tyler Cornaby, Farragut 119 Christian Baker, David Lipscomb 125 Phillip Swinger, Hillwood 130 David Levitt, McCallie 135 Pat Hagan, Father Ryan 140 Heath Eslinger, Bradley Central 145 Jeff Dodson, Franklin 152 Vince Mondelli, Father Ryan 160 Markese Nelson, Kirby 171 Charles McTorry, John Overton 189 Alan Patterson, Bradley Central 275 Josh Harris, Rhea County Sammy Rader, Soddy-Daisy 112 Chad Nikazy, Hendersonville 119 Will Gilbert, McCallie 125 Michael Spencer, Kirby 130 Junior Allen, Red Bank 135 Will Reisman, Baylor 140 Steve Harvey, BGA 145 George Lewis, McCallie 152 Israel Heil, Bradley Central 160 Carlos Thompson, Cleveland 171 Michael Carletello, Father Ryan 189 Jason Roberts, McCallie 275 Bill Wunderlich, McCallie David Levitt, McCallie 112 Scott Fouts, Baylor 119 Billy Pullen, Baylor 125 Junior Allen, Red Bank 130 Kevin Johnson, Chattanooga Central 135 Brian Howell, Soddy-Daisy 140 George Lewis, McCallie 145 Sean Smith, Tyner 152 Israel Allen, Red Bank 160 Justin Zapp, Brentwood 171 Michael Carletello, Father Ryan 189 Pez Whatley, Notre Dame 275 Bill Wunderlich, McCallie Jeff Loyd, Northwest 112 Dennis Dobbs, Soddy-Daisy 119 Frank Bryant, Karns 125 Kevin Johnson, Chattanooga Central 130 Ricky Johnson, Chattanooga Central 135 George Lewis, McCallie 140 Kimani Brown, McGavock 145 David Vance, McCallie 152 John Wunderlich, McCallie 160 Marcus Coleman, Soddy-Daisy 171 Houser Rice, Franklin 189 Tywan Armstrong, Franklin 275 Stephen Miller, Brentwood Academy Scott Fouts, Baylor 112 Tom Waring, Germantown 119 Kevin Johnson, Chattanooga Central 125 Scott Nailen, Kirby 130 Terry Hyatt, Soddy-Daisy 135 Alex Siefert, McCallie 140 David Vance, McCallie 145 Will Shuff, Father Ryan 152 Todd Wheeler, Hixson 160 Dusty Griffith, Lookout Valley 171 Tywan Armstrong, Franklin 189 Walter Henegar, McCallie 275 Stephen Miller, Brentwood Academy Dennis Dobbs, Soddy-Daisy 112 Jason Mansfield, East Ridge 119 Chris Scroggins, Bradley Central 125 Ricky Johnson, Chattanooga Central 130 Rycine Ellison, Franklin 135 Jason Walker, Hixson 140 David Vance, McCallie 145 Billy Frist, Montgomery Bell Academy 152 Tim Harris, Franklin 160 Brian Pardue, Science Hill 171 Carl Hudson, McCallie 189 Ronnie Stevenson, McGavock 275 Travis Kirby, Springfield Chad Miller, McGavock 112 Clay Gentry, Baylor 119 Steve Padgett, Franklin Road Aca. 125 Adrian Norfleet, Whites Creek 130 Jason Villers, McCallie 135 John Pearre, Franklin 140 Chad Hon, Baylor 145 Tony Carletello, Father Ryan 152 Mike Newman, Hunters Lane 160 Lionel Langford, Cleveland 171 Ronnie Stevenson, McGavock 189 Jim Zimmerman, Hixson 275 Shazzon Bradley, McMinn County Rodney Reece, Howard 105 Andy Alisago, Baylor 112 Mike Lester, John Overton 119 Adrian Norfleet, Whites Creek 126 Byron Glass, Germantown 132 Steve Sandlin, Baylor 138 Mike Lennon, Cleveland 145 Michael Turner, Howard 155 Michael Murray, Whites Creek 167 Jamey Stubblefield, Baylor 185 David Rawiszer, Hixson 275 Shazzon Bradley, McMinn County Bill Jackson, John Overton 105 Tommy Mastin, McCallie 112 Adrian Norfleet, Whites Creek 119 Jimmy Jordan, Father Ryan 126 Howard Langford, Cleveland 132 Paul Soper, Montgomery Bell Aca. 138 Gray Simons, Webb School of Knox. 145 Doug Hightshue, McCallie 155 Dan Beuoy, McCallie 167 Mark Thomas, Red Bank 185 Bryant Crump, Cleveland 275 Sterling Featherstone, Brainerd Qunitin Dalton, McCallie 105 Tic Smith, Baylor 112 Howie Sompayrac, Notre Dame 119 John Noback, McCallie 126 Jimmy Lyncy, McCallie 132 Gray Simons, Webb School of Knox. 138 Johnny Drennen, Father Ryan 145 Chris Mullin, Notre Dame 155 Chris Marable, Christian Brothers 167 Steve Rollins, Montgomery Bell Aca. 185 Pete Bednarzyk, Morristown West 275 Alvin Bonner, Chattanooga Kirkman Jeff Lester, Lebanon 105 Curt Harper, Millington 112 John Noback, McCallie 119 Scott Garfinkel, MBA 126 Roger Kendrick, East Ridge 132 Jim Lynch, McCallie 138 Chris Mullin, Notre Dame 145 Chris Marable, Christian Brothers 155 Jay Pigue, Glencliff 167 Steve Logsdon, Bradley Central 185 Jeff Eaves, Tyner Unl Jeff Haven, Tyner Anthony Moretta, Christian Brothers 105 Scott Garfinkel, MBA 112 David Gonzales, McGavock 119 David Thoni, Father Ryan 126 Roger Kendrick, East Ridge 132 Forest McNair, Chattanooga Central 138 Ted Drennen, Father Ryan 145 Kent Rollins, Montgomery Bell Aca. 155 Danny Ayers, McCallie 167 Steve Nabi, Hillwood 185 Jeff Eaves, Tyner Unl David Fountain, Cleveland Kenny Alexander, Fairley 105 Mark Garfinkel, MBA 112 Hank Howard, Cleveland 119 Chris McAfee, Christian Brothers 126 Andy Pirani, Bishop Byrne 132 Randy Uselton, Battle Ground Aca. 138 William Warlick, McCallie 145 Eric Tabor, Oakland 155 Tom Marable, Christian Brothers 167 Michael Blosser, Hixson 185 Jonathan Smith, Hixson Unl Anthony Shrader, McCallie Mark Garfinkel, MBA 105 Anthony Reynolds, Soddy-Daisy 112 Craig Tindall, Baylor 119 Chuck Bean, John Overton 126 John Lennon, Cleveland 132 Ezell Scruggs, Franklin 138 Bobby Bullard, Baylor 145 Kenny Hill, East Ridge 155 Tom Marable, Christian Brothers 167 Marvin Elkins, Tyner 185 William Jackson, Dickson County Unl Mike Javer, Bishop Byrne Mike Bowerman, Cleveland 105 Craig Tindall, Baylor 112 Allen Koors, Morristown West 119 John Lennon, Cleveland 126 Charles Houston, Chatt. Kirkman 132 Todd Browning, East Ridge 138 Mike Temple, East Ridge 145 Tim Manley, East Ridge 155 Rusty McCroskey, Seymour 167 Marc Lyle, Baylor 185 Brent Claiborne, East Ridge Unl Mike Javer, Bishop Byrne Mason McDaniel, Raleigh Egypt 105 Charles Key, McCallie 112 Allen Koors, Morristown West 119 Gary Weese, Daniel Boone 126 Rusty Morphis, Red Bank 132 Jim Yates, Germantown 138 Sal Dehuea, Germantown 145 Steve Howard, John Overton 155 Bo Watson, Baylor 167 Marc Lyle, Baylor 185 Bill Stevenson, Baylor Unl Pat Murphy, Hixson Tony Alcott, Chattanooga Central 105 James Jabaley, Notre Dame 112 Steve Dotson, Antioch 119 Robbie Gaddis, Notre Dame 126 John Crowley, Father Ryan 132 Art Johnson, Notre Dame 138 Carey Waller, Raleigh Egypt 145 Scott Kelley, Baylor 155 Marc Lyle, Baylor 167 Chris Wilson, Father Ryan 185 Pat Murphy, Hixson Unl Doug Dyer, Baylor Rusty Morphis, Red Bank 105 James Jabaley, Notre Dame 112 Gary Humphries, Tyner 119 Tony Kennedy, Stratford 126 John Crowley, Father Ryan 132 John Moore, Millington 138 Carey Waller, Raleigh Egypt 145 Dirk Holland, East Ridge 155 Chris Wilson, Father Ryan 167 Kevin Thoni, Father Ryan 185 John Bradford, Chattanooga Central Unl Chris Vandergriff, Knoxville Halls David James, Bishop Byrne 105 James Jabaley, Notre Dame 112 Jeff Howard, Cleveland 119 Pat McKinsey, McCallie 126 Milton Thompson, Bishop Byrne 132 David Kent, McCallie 138 Jerry Harper, McCallie 145 Dan Colvard, East Ridge 155 Bill Wilms, Raleigh Egypt 167 John Bradford, Chattanooga Central 185 Butch Burnette, Franklin Unl Chris Vandergriff, Knoxville Halls Tommy Bonner, Tyner 105 Dan Gilbert, East Ridge 112 Pollack Boyd, McCallie 119 Marvin Walden, Hixson 126 David Kent, McCallie 132 Al Brown, Chattanooga Central 138 John Cantrell, Goodlettsville 145 Derrick Darby, East Ridge 155 Frank Latimer, Baylor 167 Tommy Bateman, Father Ryan 185 Tom Popp, Hixson Unl Jonah Daniel, Chattanooga Kirkman 80

83 TSSAA STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS Hunter Bogitsh, Hillwood 105 Mike Morales, Father Ryan 112 Randy Batten, Hixson 119 Ken Oliver, Howard 126 Will Dunlap, McGavock 132 John Cantrell, Goodlettsville 138 David Scott, Hillwood 145 Randy Von Demmel, Red Bank 155 Paul McRedmond, Father Ryan 167 Dennis Bailey, East Ridge 185 Steve Griffith, Hixson Unl Dennis Harrison, Riverdale Mike Cohn, Montgomery Bell Aca. 105 Randy Batten, Hixson 112 James Hoff, Chattanooga City 119 Richard Einstman, Father Ryan 126 Johnny Logan, Notre Dame 132 Dean Smith, Hixson 138 Mike Apple, Antioch 145 Chris Franklin, East Ridge 155 Jeff Franklin, Baylor 167 David Weeks, Notre Dame 185 John Nelson, McCallie Unl Paul Brownlow, Maplewood Chris Winston, Father Ryan 105 Stan Walden, Hixson 112 Martin Francis, Notre Dame 119 Jon Bennett, McCallie 126 Barry Pendley, McGavock 132 Frank Harrison, Baylor 138 Randy Shipley, East Ridge 145 Don Franklin, East Ridge 155 David Held, Notre Dame 167 Tim Wilson, Father Ryan 185 Eric Wood, Father Ryan Unl Howard Carter, Murfreesboro Central Stan Walden, Hixson 105 David Noblit, Tyner 112 Martin Francis, Notre Dame 119 Steve Roden, East Ridge 126 Kevin Kuhne, Tyner 132 David Doster, Baylor 138 Steve Agnew, Brainerd 145 David Hutt, St. Andrews-Sewanee 155 Eric Wood, Father Ryan 167 Tim Wilson, Father Ryan 185 Carter Davis, Morristown East Unl Mike Green, Glencliff Brian Dunning, Hillwood 105 Martin Francis, Notre Dame 112 Joe Morales, Father Ryan 119 Benton Hood, Chattanooga City 126 Kevin Lenahan, Father Ryan 132 Steve Agnew, Brainerd 138 Doug Dailey, Chattanooga City 145 Bill Glascock, Notre Dame 155 Bob Smiley, Maplewood 167 Gary Maro, Brainerd 185 Bobby York, Franklin Unl Mike Green, Glencliff Martin Francis, Notre Dame 105 Glen Rievely, Chattanooga Central 112 Frank Thompson, N. Two Rivers 119 Joe Roberts, TN Sch. for the Blind 126 Reggie Gaddis, Notre Dame 132 Steve Agnew, Brainerd 138 Bubby Donnelly, Father Ryan 145 Steve Hammond, Notre Dame 155 Scott Brunette, Father Ryan 167 Reuben Justice, Chattanooga Central 185 Bobby York, Franklin Unl Pezavan Whatley, Notre Dame Danny Brown, Brainerd 105 Glen Rievely, Chattanooga Central 112 Joe Roberts, TN Sch. for the Blind 119 Lonnie Clark, East Ridge 126 Yogi Anderson, Notre Dame 132 Ken Mara, Notre Dame 138 John Nichols, Red Bank 145 Larry Faircloth, TSB 155 Raymond Swoner, TSB 167 Frank Baltz, Father Ryan 185 Jim Booker, East Ridge Unl Bill Emendorfer, Cleveland Gary Speegle, Red Bank 105 Ken Whitworth, East Ridge 112 Lynn Goss, East Ridge 119 Lonnie Clark, East Ridge 126 Chris Meadows, Red Bank 132 Doug Jones, Brainerd 138 Howard Chronologar, Notre Dame 145 Reggie Rains, Chattanooga Central 155 Tom Holliday, Chattanooga City 167 Yogi Walsh, Father Ryan 185 Ernie Rose, Chattanooga Kirkman Unl Pezavan Whatley, Notre Dame Ken Whitworth, East Ridge 105 Lynn Goss, East Ridge 112 Randy Faires, Red Bank 119 Larry Kennedy, Chattanooga Kirkman 126 Chris Meadows, Red Bank 132 Gordon Connell, Brainerd 138 Bobby Slaten, Chattanooga Central 145 Ronald Moyers, Chatt. Kirkman 155 Erine Brown, East Ridge 167 Don Haley, East Ridge 185 Erine Rose, Chattanooga Kirkman Unl Bill Bond, Red Bank Ken Whitworth, East Ridge 105 Randy Faires, Red Bank 112 Jody Chamberlain, TSB 119 Jack Baker, Red Bank 126 Chris Meadows, Red Bank 132 John Farr, Red Bank 138 Mickey Bailey, TN Sch. for the Blind 145 Ronald Moyers, Chatt. Kirkman 155 Ernest Swoner, TN Sch. for the Blind 167 John Edge, Chattanooga Central 185 Ernie Rose, Chattanooga Kirkman Unl Jim Beaty, Red Bank Sam Moncier, Red Bank 105 Jack Baker, Red Bank 112 Charles Ayers, Red Bank 119 Don Downey, Red Bank 126 Mickey Bailey, TN Sch. for the Blind 132 John Farr, Red Bank 138 Joe Ward, Red Bank 145 Dough Overly, Everett 155 Boofer Wilkey, Chattanooga City 167 Pete Mallen, Chattanooga City 185 Jim Salter, Chattanooga City Unl Charles Goss, East Ridge Jody Chamberlain, TSB 105 Jack Baker, Red Bank 112 John Denayer, Red Bank 119 John Farr, Red Bank 126 Joe Pate, Red Bank 132 David Moss, Red Bank 138 Ronnie Breeden, TSB 145 Joe Ward, Red Bank 155 Randy Thompson, TSB 167 Randy Miller, Red Bank 185 Bob Ehliner, Notre Dame Unl Jim Beaty, Red Bank Thumper Hooten, Chattanooga City 105 Joe Pate, Red Bank 112 Chester Lewis, TN Sch. for the Blind 119 Phil Greek, McCallie 126 Bill Shaw, Baylor 132 George Farr, Red Bank 138 Ralph Trail, Baylor 145 Ralph Brewer, TN Sch. for the Blind 155 Paul Tessman, McCallie 167 Bill Harlow, St. Andrews-Sewanee 185 Dee Reddick, Baylor Unl Charles Moore, Baylor Bill Bunch, Red Bank 105 Mitchell Cole, TN Sch. for the Blind 112 George Thrash, Red Bank 119 Roy Wilson, Everett 126 Jim Eldridge, Chattanooga City 132 Bucky Wood, SMA 138 John McCall, McCallie 145 Larry Pendergrass, Red Bank 155 Larry Schaffer, Chattanooga City 167 Paul Tessman, McCallie 185 Jack McGauley, Baylor Unl Jim Hennan, Notre Dame 81

84 82 TSSAA WRESTLING PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2013 Cleveland (Div. I) 232 Soddy-Daisy Franklin Christian Brothers (Div. II) 272 Father Ryan Franklin 2012 Soddy-Daisy (Div. I) Cleveland Franklin Father Ryan (Div. II) Baylor Franklin 2011 Cleveland (Div. I) 203 Bradley Central Franklin Baylor (Div. II) 315 Christian Brothers 256 Franklin 2010 Bradley Central (Div. I) 214 Cleveland Franklin Baylor (Div. II) 282 McCallie 277 Franklin 2009 Bradley Central (Div. I) 191 Soddy-Daisy 143 Chattanooga Father Ryan (Div. II) 253 Baylor 235 Chattanooga 2008 Bradley Central (Div. I) 218 Cleveland Chattanooga Father Ryan (Div. II) 275 Baylor 275 Chattanooga 2007 Soddy-Daisy (Div. I) 239 Bradley Central 221 Chattanooga Baylor (Div. II) Father Ryan 232 Chattanooga 2006 Soddy-Daisy (Div. I) Bradley Central 170 Chattanooga Baylor (Div. II) McCallie Chattanooga 2005 Bradley Central (Div. I) 207 Franklin Chattanooga Baylor (Div. II) McCallie 266 Chattanooga 2004 Bradley Central (Div. I) Soddy-Daisy Chattanooga Baylor (Div. II) McCallie 245 Chattanooga 2003 Bradley Central (Div. I) Soddy-Daisy 134 Chattanooga Father Ryan (Div. II) McCallie 254 Chattanooga 2002 Bradley Central (Div. I) Soddy-Daisy Chattanooga Baylor (Div. II) McCallie Chattanooga 2001 Bradley Central (Div. I) 268 Soddy-Daisy Chattanooga Baylor (Div. II) 289 Father Ryan 250 Chattanooga 2000 Clarksville (Div. I) Bradley Central Chattanooga Father Ryan (Div. II) Baylor Nashville 1999 Bradley Central (Div. I) 119 Soddy-Daisy Chattanooga Baylor (Div. II) Father Ryan 217 Nashville 1998 Bradley Central (Div. I) 162 Father Ryan (Div. II) John Overton John Overton Red Bank Cleveland McCallie McCallie McCallie McCallie Franklin Father Ryan Father Ryan McCallie McCallie East Ridge East Ridge McCallie Baylor Cleveland Baylor Baylor Father Ryan McCallie East Ridge Father Ryan Hixson 51

85 TSSAA WRESTLING PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE 1972 East Ridge Father Ryan Notre Dame Father Ryan Notre Dame East Ridge East Ridge Red Bank Red Bank Red Bank Baylor Chattanooga City 77 83

86 84 TSSAA WRESTLING PAST OUTSTANDING WRESTLERS 2013 Jacob Stephens, Soddy-Daisy (DIV I) Kaleb Baker, Christian Brothers (DIV I) 2012 Campbell Lewis, Soddy-Daisy (DIV I) Zach Watson, Baylor (DIV II) 2011 McCoy Newbert, Independence (DIV I) T.J. Duncan, McCallie (DIV II) 2010 Cameron Croy, Brentwood (DIV I) Daniel Baucke, Christian Brothers (DIV II) 2009 Blake Ridenour, Maryville (DIV I) Justin Cash, Brentwood Academy (DIV II) 2008 David Mang, Bradley Central (DIV I) Zach Watson, Baylor (DIV II) 2007 Kelly Felix, Franklin (DIV I) Aaron Bateman, Father Ryan (DIV II) 2006 Kelly Felix, Franklin (DIV I) Corey Manson, Baylor (DIV II) 2005 Danny Coleman, Cleveland (DIV I) Whitt Dunning, Father Ryan (DIV II) 2004 Quinn Gibson, Bradley Central (DIV I) Jordan Leen, Baylor (DIV II) 2003 Quinn Gibson, Bradley Central (DIV I) Spencer Manley, McCallie (DIV II) 2002 Jake Yost, Soddy Daisy (DIV I) Patrick Simpson, Montgomery Bell Aca (DIV II) 2001 Rusty Blackmon, Bradley Central (DIV I) Phillip Simpson, Montgomery Bell Aca (DIV II) 2000 Matt MaCarty, Clarksville (DIV I) Phillip Simpson, Montgomery Bell Aca (DIV II) 1999 Matt Keller, Bradley Central (DIV I) Jamie Castleman, Father Ryan (DIV II) 1998 Zac Dailey, Mt. Juliet (DIV I) Scott Wells, Brentwood Academy (DIV II) 1997 Josh West, Bradley Central Charles McTorry, Nashville Overton Heath Eslinger, Bradley Central Charles McTorry, Nashville Overton Michael Spencer, Kirby George Lewis, McCallie Ricky Johnson, Chattanooga Central David Vance, McCallie Ronnie Stevenson, McGavock Chad Hon, Baylor Michael Murry, Whites Creek Howard Langford, Cleveland Chris Mullin, Notre Dame Chris Mullin, Notre Dame David Thoni, Fathery Ryan Mike Blosser, Hixson John Lennon, Cleveland Marc Lyle, Baylor Marc Lyle, Baylor James Jabaley, Notre Dame Tony Kennedy, Stratford Jeff Howard, Cleveland Tom Popp, Hixson Randy Batten, Hixson David Weeks, Notre Dame John Bennett, McCallie Steven Roden, East Ridge Steve Agnew, Brainerd Pezavan Whatley, Notre Dame - Unl 1968 Joe Roberts, Donelson Ernie Rose, Chattanooga Kirkham Kenneth Whitworth, East Ridge Kenneth Whitworth, East Ridge Michey Bailey, TN School for the Blind Randy Thompson, TN School for the Blind Bill Harlow, St.Andrews - 167

87 2013 Blaike Henry (Soddy) vs. Ethan West (Cleveland), 182, (DI) Adam Connell (McCallie) vs. Brandon Brunner (Baylor), 132, (DII) 2012 Blaike Henry (Soddy) vs. McCoy Newberg (Independence), 170, (DI) Alex Ward (McCallie) vs. Mark Marchetti (Ryan), 138, (DII) 2011 Eric Feuerbacher (Blackman) vs. Eric Oliver (Germantown), 125, (DI) Matthew Cate (Baylor) vs. Chris Agnew (Ryan), 152, (DII) 2010 Ethan Hames (Bradley) vs. Jack Boone (Notre Dame), 119, (DI) Alex Ward (McCallie) vs. Cole Moseley (Ryan), 112, (DII) 2009 Dustin Gardner (Soddy Daisy) vs. Blake Thomas (Brentwood), 112, (DI) Michael Hooker (McCallie) vs. Stuart Doster (Baylor), 125, (DII) 2008 Joel Brimer (Greeneville) vs. Brett Shields (Pigeon Forge), 160, (DI) Bailey Whitaker (Baylor) vs. Jeff Francis (MBA), 125, (DII) 2007 Tanner Johnson (Bradley) vs. Mikey Fuller (Soddy Daisy), 130, (DI) Bailey Whitaker (Baylor) vs. Jeff Francis (MBA), 112, (DII) 2006 Jay Adamson (Notre Dame) vs. David Mang (Bradley), 119, (DI) Jed Hussein (Baylor) vs. Will Young (McCallie), 140, (DII) 2005 Bo Usary (Science Hill) vs. Nic Bundy (Hendersonville), 125, (DI) Andrew Smith (McCallie) vs. Dan Waddell (Baylor), 145, (DII) 2004 Jake West (Bradley) vs. Kellen Holliman (Brentwood), 130, (DI) William Simpson (MBA) vs. Jake Geismar (Baylor), 119, (DII) 2003 Danny Coleman (Cleveland) vs. Blake Tinsley (Bradley), 103, (DI) Lee Connell (McCallie) vs. Adam Stark (Ryan), 152, (DII) 2002 Shawn Cordell (Bradley) vs. Dillon Jennings (Clarksville), 112, (DI) Jordan Leen (Baylor) vs. Jack Silberman (McCallie), 125, (DII) 2001 Alan Morris (Bradley) vs. Michael Dye (Clarksville), 135, (DI) Michael Fay (Ryan) vs. Charlie Wheland (Baylor), 171, (DII) 2000 Matt Sweeton (Tullahoma) vs. Danny Micka (Red Bank), 145, (DI) Mat Provenzano (Baylor) vs. Cromwell Stewart (Ryan) 152 (DII) 1999 Darren McKnight (Red Bank) vs. Loc Tran (Bradley), 112, (DI) Coleman Thompson (Baylor) vs. Gil Schuette (MUS), 140 (DII) 1998 Waylon Lowe (Jefferson Co.) vs. Brian Larimer (Overton), 135 (DI) Jeremy Mahoney (Notre Dame) vs. John Barnes (Ryan), 130 (DII) 1997 Craig Johnson (Seymour) vs. Shane Ford (Germantown), Shannon Sayne (Halls) vs. Josh West (Bradley), Edward Chubb (Red Bank) vs. Ben Baker (Notre Dame), Charles McTorry (Overton) vs. Carlos Thompson (Cleveland), Sammy Radar (Soddy Daisy) vs. Jay Wolf (Brentwood), 103 TSSAA WRESTLING PAST BEST MATCH 1992 Pez Whatley (Notre Dame) vs. Jason Roberts (McCallie), George Lewis (McCallie) vs. Mike Mroz (Notre Dame), Alex Seifert (McCallie) vs. Chris Brown (Kirby), Brian Pardue (Science Hill) vs. Marvin Allen (Whites Creek), John Pearre (Franklin) vs. David Vance (McCallie), Mike Lennon (Cleveland) vs. Mark Batson (Overton), Doug Hightshue (McCallie) vs. John Owens (Cleveland), Tic Smith (Baylor) vs. Jonathan Gobbell (Ryan), Steve Logsdon (Bradley) vs. Andy Jenkins (East Ridge), Steve Nabi (Hillwood) vs. Andy Jenkins (East Ridge), Shelton Langford (Cleveland) vs. Tommy Hagey (Ryan), Bobby Bullard (Baylor) vs. Mike Temple (East Ridge), Mike Bowerman (Cleveland) vs. Michael Scott (Hillwood), Mason McDaniel (Raleigh-Egypt) vs. Craig Tindall (Baylor), Scott Bateman (Ryan) vs. Marc Lyle (Baylor), Tony Kennedy (Stratford) vs. Jeff Howard (Cleveland), Jerry Harper (McCallie) vs. Tim Pelfrey (Castle Heights), Tom Popp (Hixson) vs. Edd Smith (McCallie), Dennis Bailey (East Ridge) vs. Tommy Bateman (Ryan), Dean Smith (Hixson) vs. Brian Dunning (Hillwood), Martin Francis (Notre Dame) vs. Brian Card (McCallie), Steve Agnew (Brainerd) vs. Larry Hunter (Pearl), Martin Francis (Notre Dame) vs. Danny Brown (Brainerd), Steve Agnew (Brainerd) vs. Mike Carter (Ryan), Larry Faircloth (Donelson) vs. Bubba Donnelly (Ryan), Howard Chrnologar (Notre Dame) vs. David Nichols (Red Bank), Larry Kennedy (Kirkman) vs. Randy Curtis (Cleveland), Earnest Swoner (Donelson) vs. Danny McKinley (Kirkman),

88 MOST TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 14 - Baylor ( ) 12 - Father Ryan ( ) 10 - Bradley Central ( ) 8 - McCallie ( ) 6 - East Ridge ( ) 4 - Cleveland ( ) 4 - Red Bank ( ) 3 - Soddy-Daisy ( ) 2 - Nashville Overton ( ) 2 - Notre Dame ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - Baylor ( ) 5 - Bradley Central ( ) 4 - McCallie ( ) 3 - Bradley Central ( ) 3 - Red Bank ( ) 2 - Baylor ( ); ( ); ( ) 2 - Bradley Central ( ) 2 - East Ridge ( ); ( ) 2 - Father Ryan ( ); ( ) 2 - McCallie ( ) 2 - Nashville Overton ( ) 2 - Soddy-Daisy ( ) SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (ALL-TIME) 92 - Baylor 87 - McCallie 80 - Father Ryan 56 - Bradley Central 50 - Red Bank 36 - Notre Dame 36 - Soddy-Daisy 35 - East Ridge 32 - Montgomery Bell Academy 27 - Christian Brothers 27 - Cleveland 20 - Franklin 17 - Chattanooga Central 17 - Hixson 16 - Nashville Overton 14 - Brentwood Academy 14 - TN School for the Blind 10 - Chattanooga City SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (ONE YEAR) 8 - Red Bank (1963) 6 - Baylor (2006 DII); (2010 DII); (2011 DII) 6 - Red Bank (1964) 5 - Baylor (2000 DII); (2001 DII); (2007 DII) 5 - Bradley Central (2002 DI); (2004 DI); (2008 DI) 5 - Father Ryan (1998 DII); (2001 DII); (2008 DII); (2009 DII) 5 - McCallie (2002 DII); (2003 DII); (2005 DII) 5 - Red Bank (1965) TSSAA WRESTLING RECORDS MOST INDIVIDUAL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - Zach Watson, Baylor ( ) 5 - T.J. Duncan, McCallie ( ) 4 - Stuart Doster, Baylor ( ) 4 - Jordan Leen, Baylor ( ) 4 - Bailey Whitaker, Baylor ( ) 4 - Matt Keller, Bradley Central ( ) 4 - Phillip Simpson, Montgomery Bell Aca. ( ) 4 - Ryan Scott, McCallie ( ) 4 - Martin Francis, Notre Dame ( ) 4 - Campbell Lewis, Soddy-Daisy ( ) 3 - Brandon Brunner, Baylor/Tullahoma ( ) 3 - Jeff Geismar, Baylor ( ) 3 - Ben Johnson, Baylor ( ) 3 - Mark Lyle, Baylor ( ) 3 - Matt Provenzano, Baylor ( ) 3 - Quinn Gibson, Bradley Central ( ) 3 - David Graham, Bradley Central ( ) 3 - Steve Agnew, Brainerd ( ) 3 - Amos Mason, Brentwood Aca. ( ) 3 - Cameron Croy, Brentwood ( ) 3 - Kevin Johnson, Chattanooga Central ( ) 3 - Ernie Rose, Chattanooga Kirkman ( ) 3 - Kaleb Baker, Christian Brothers ( ) 3 - Daniel Baucke, Christian Brothers ( ) 3 - Ken Whitworth, East Ridge ( ) 3 - Aaron Bateman, Father Ryan ( ) 3 - Raymond Dunning, Father Ryan ( ) 3 - Whitt Dunning, Father Ryan ( ) 3 - Michael Hooker, Father Ryan (2012); McCallie (2008, 11) 3 - Wes Wesley, Father Ryan ( ) 3 - Kelly Felix, Franklin ( ) 3 - Jason Finnell, McCallie ( ) 3 - Justin Hagen, McCallie ( ) 3 - George Lewis, McCallie ( ) 3 - David Vance, McCallie ( ) 3 - Will Young, McCallie ( ) 3 - Patrick Simpson, Montgomery Bell Aca. ( ) 3 - James Jabaley, Notre Dame ( ) 3 - Jack Baker, Red Bank ( ) 3 - John Farr, Red Bank ( ) 3 - Shawn Cordell, Red Bank/Bradley Central ( ) 3 - Darren McKnight, Red Bank ( ) 3 - Chris Meadows, Red Bank ( ) 3 - Kyle James, Soddy-Daisy ( ) 3 - Jacob Stephens, Soddy-Daisy ( ) 3 - Kevin Ward, Soddy-Daisy ( ) 3 - Matt Sweeton, Tullahoma ( ) 3 - Adrian Norfleet, Whites Creek ( ) FASTEST FALL IN STATE TOURNAMENT 8 seconds Russ Brown (Brentwood Aca.) p. Simon Wright (St. Benedict),

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90 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Boys Basketball State Champions Division I, Class A Division I, Class AA Team Champions Humboldt High School (Humboldt, TN) Team Champions Christ Presbyterian Academy (Nashville, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Southwind High School (Memphis, TN) 88 Photos Provided By:

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92 TSSAA BOYS BASKETBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR TEAM CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2013 (AAA) Southwind (34-6) Dyer County (31-4) Murfreesboro (AA) Christ Presbyterian Academy (37-2) Jackson South Side (28-4) Murfreesboro (A) Humboldt (29-6) Lake County (10-24) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Ensworth (23-6) Briarcrest (27-7) (OT) Nashville (DII A) Lausanne (24-4) Evangelical Christian School (19-11) Nashville 2012 (AAA) Memphis East (23-9) Memphis Central (20-10) Murfreesboro (AA) Christ Presbyterian Academy (37-2) Mitchell (23-10) Murfreesboro (A) Friendship Christian (28-3) Perry County (30-5) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Ensworth (24-6) Briarcrest (24-6) Nashville (DII A) Donelson Christian Academy (19-10) University School of Nashville (25-7) Nashville 2011 (AAA) Craigmont (33-5) Bearden (35-3) Murfreesboro (AA) Liberty (33-3) East Literature (29-7) Murfreesboro (A) Lake County (26-10) Middleton (32-2) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Ensworth (37-3) McCallie (19-8) Nashville (DII A) Evangelical Christian School (22-6) Franklin Road Academy (27-7) Nashville 2010 (AAA) Melrose (37-4) White Station (28-9) Murfreesboro (AA) Bolivar Central (32-4) Liberty (29-9) Murfreesboro (A) Clarksville Academy (36-2) Chattanoooga Grace (24-8) (2 OT) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Montgomery Bell Academy (24-5) Christian Brothers (26-5) Nashville (DII A) St. George s (25-6) University School of Nashville (21-7) Nashville 2009 (AAA) White Station (31-7) Raleigh Egypt (35-3) Murfreesboro (AA) Fulton (30-6) B.T. Washington (29-3) Murfreesboro (A) Manassas (27-2) Tennessee Temple (28-6) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Ensworth (28-5) Father Ryan (24-8) Nashville (DII A) Harding Academy (22-7) St. George s (24-7) Nashville 2008 (AAA) Ridgeway (34-3) White Station (25-13) Murfreesboro (AA) Fulton (28-4) Mitchell (25-9) Murfreesboro (A) Union City (37-0) Manassas (25-6) Murfreesboro (DII A) Harding Academy (22-10) Tipton-Rosemark (21-10) (OT) Nashville (DII AA) Briarcrest (22-12) Christian Brothers (26-7) Nashville 2007 (AAA) Maryville (30-7) Clarksville (33-3) (2 OT) Murfreesboro (AA) Liberty (37-3) Mitchell (28-13) Murfreesboro (A) Temple (32-3) Chattanooga Arts & Sciences (24-11) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Memphis University School (25-9) St. George s (25-6) Nashville 2006 (AAA) Hamilton (39-0) Shelbyville (34-4) (OT) Murfreesboro (AA) Liberty (34-3) Mitchell (31-7) Murfreesboro (A) Union City (30-9) Chattanooga Grace (32-6) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Brentwood Academy (33-2) Evangelical Christian School (20-7) Nashville 2005 (AAA) Ridgeway (34-5) J. North Side (25-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Bolivar Central (29-5) Raleigh Egypt (33-3) Murfreesboro (A) Middleton (31-6) Peabody (27-10) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Brentwood Academy (28-7) Briarcrest (27-8) Nashville 2004 (AAA) White Station (39-2) J. North Side (29-3) Murfreesboro (AA) Bolivar Central (31-4) J. South Side (20-11) Murfreesboro (A) Unaka (25-13) Grace (25-10) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Brentwood Academy (27-7) Christian Brothers (24-11) Nashville 2003 (AAA) White Station (36-2) Bradley Central (36-3) Murfreesboro (AA) Giles County (32-2) Ridgeway (36-5) Murfreesboro (A) Temple (35-2) Greenfield (24-11) Murfreesboro (Div.II) Brentwood Academy (24-9) Lausanne (28-6) Murfreesboro 2002 (AAA) White Station (36-2) Science Hill (35-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Ridgeway (37-4) Marshall County (28-6) Murfreesboro (A) Temple (34-3) Ezell Harding (27-5) Murfreesboro (Div.II) Father Ryan (30-2) Baylor (17-11) Murfreesboro 90

93 TSSAA BOYS BASKETBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR TEAM CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2001 (AAA) Bartlett (33-5) Gallatin (26-9) Murfreesboro (AA) B.T. Washington (34-2) Austin-East (29-8) Murfreesboro (A) Chattanooga Christian (30-7) Ezell-Harding (33-2) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Montgomery Bell Academy (20-10) Father Ryan (24-6) Murfreesboro 2000 (AAA) White Station (34-4) Bradley Central (37-2) Murfreesboro (AA) Ridgeway (30-6) Austin-East (34-3) Murfreesboro (A) South Fulton (29-2) Cosby (30-6) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Montgomery Bell Academy (29-6) Brentwood Academy (19-10) Murfreesboro 1999 (AAA) White County (26-2) Columbia (35-2) Murfreesboro (AA) Carver (30-8) Austin-East (34-4) (OT) Murfreesboro (A) Moore County (35-4) Cosby (29-5) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Father Ryan (26-7) Goodpasture (25-7) Murfreesboro 1998 (AAA) White County (34-2) White Station (31-6) Murfreesboro (AA) Kingsbury (33-4) Fulton (31-5) Murfreesboro (A) Ezell-Harding (26-5) Tennessee Temple (30-5) 42 (2OT) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Montgomery Bell Academy (17-10) Father Ryan (25-8) Murfreesboro 1997 (AAA) Cleveland (33-2) Brainerd (31-6) Murfreesboro (AA) Union City (30-6) Memphis Melrose (32-7) Murfreesboro (A) Perry County (37-0) Columbia Academy (28-7) Murfreesboro 1996 (AAA) Memphis East (29-7) White Station (31-6) Murfreesboro (AA) Martin Luther King (22-9) Fulton (29-4) Murfreesboro (A) Boyd-Buchanan (30-2) Perry County (30-3) Murfreesboro 1995 (AAA) Science Hill (37-3) Brainerd (34-3) Murfreesboro (AA) Harriman (31-3) Sweetwater (35-3) Murfreesboro (A) Pickett County (35-3) Adamsville (29-4) Murfreesboro 1994 (AAA) Science Hill (37-2) Nashville Overton (31-4) Murfreesboro (AA) Sweetwater (32-4) Giles County (29-5) Murfreesboro (A) Battle Ground Academy (33-4) Goodpasture (32-6) (OT) Murfreesboro 1993 (AAA) Fairley (37-1) Columbia (29-6) Murfreesboro (AA) David Lipscomb (32-4) Sweetwater (30-6) Murfreesboro (A) Battle Ground Academy (33-0) Pickett County (32-5) Murfreesboro 1992 (AAA) Brainerd (35-3) Columbia (33-3) Murfreesboro (AA) Union City (33-4) Alcoa (29-5) Murfreesboro (A) Middleton (31-5) East Robertson (26-7) Murfreesboro 1991 (AAA) Hamilton ((25-7) Science Hill (34-2) Murfreesboro (AA) Kingsbury (38-1) Brentwood Academy (29-7) Murfreesboro (A) Martin Luther King (24-8) Chat.Arts&Science (24-8) Murfreesboro 1990 (AAA) Science Hill (37-1) Tyner (26-8) Murfreesboro (AA) Union City (26-9) Brentwood Academy (29-2) Murfreesboro (A) Pickett Co. (28-8) Clarkrange (24-12) Murfreesboro 1989 (AAA) Franklin (37-2) Whites Creek Murfreesboro (AA) Bolton Treadwell (38-3) Murfreesboro (A) East Robertson (34-4) Oliver Springs (29-7) Murfreesboro 1988 (AAA) Brainerd (35-6) Memphis Northside (27-8) Nashville (AA) Memphis East (37-3) Loudon (27-7) Nashville (A) East Robertson (37-2) Boyd Buchanan (30-6) Nashville 1987 (AAA) Christian Brothers (32-5) Dyersburg Nashville (AA) Austin-East (28-3) Mitchell Nashville (A) East Robertson (36-1) Richland Nashville 1986 (AAA) Westwood (33-2) Kirby Nashville (AA) Obion Co. Central (34-5) Austin-East Nashville (A) Westside (34-5) Bolton Nashville 1985 (AAA) Whitehaven (34-1) Westwood Nashville (AA) Austin-East (33-1) Manassas Nashville (A) Bolton (33-3) Westside Nashville 91

94 TSSAA BOYS BASKETBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR TEAM CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 1984 (AAA) Brainerd (27-5) Oakland Nashville (AA) Kirby (33-5) Memphis East Nashville (A) Greenfield (28-7) Bolton Nashville 1983 (AAA) Melrose (37-3) Briarcrest Nashville (AA) Memphis East (30-3) Beech Nashville (A) East Robertson (33-4) Hampton Nashville 1982 (AAA) Memphis Central (30-6) Austin-East Murfreesboro (AA) Memphis East (28-7) Chattanooga Kirkman Murfreesboro (A) Friendship (23-8) Alcoa Murfreesboro 1981 (AAA) Nashville Pearl (30-6) Carver Murfreesboro (AA) Memphis Central (30-7) Humboldt Murfreesboro (A) Bolton (32-5) Hampton Murfreesboro 1980 (AAA) Memphis Northside (33-7) Howard Murfreesboro (AA) Trezevant (34-1) Knoxville South-Young Murfreesboro (A) Middleton (24-5) Meigs Co Murfreesboro 1979 (AAA) Memphis Northside (32-1) Hamilton Murfreesboro (AA) Memphis East (34-2) Knoxville Rule (OT) Murfreesboro (A) Bolton (37-1) Powell Valley Murfreesboro 1978 (AAA) Melrose (38-1) Haywood Murfreesboro (AA) Knoxville Holston (34-1) Knoxville Rule Murfreesboro (A) Bolton (33-2) Goodpasture Murfreesboro 1977 (AAA) Austin-East (34-2) Hamilton Murfreesboro (AA) Treadwell (30-7) Manassas Murfreesboro (A) Perry County (27-1) Bolton Murfreesboro 1976 (AAA) McGavock (25-6) Nashville North Murfreesboro (AA) Humboldt (34-2) Lexington Murfreesboro (A) Perry County (27-5) Knoxville Catholic Murfreesboro 1975 (L) Memphis Northside (35-3) Fairley Murfreesboro (S) Bolton (35-0) Denmark West Murfreesboro 1974 (L) Melrose (33-0) Haywood Memphis (S) Happy Valley (28-9) Knoxville Catholic Memphis 1973 (L) Gallatin (29-1) Dobyns-Bennett Knoxville (S) Collierville (28-6) Peabody Knoxville 1972 Chattanooga Riverside (33-1) Howard Nashville 1971 Nashville Cameron (32-0) Lexington Memphis 1970 Nashville Cameron (29-1) Melrose Knoxville 1969 Chattanooga Riverside (32-0) Stratford Nashville 1968 Chattanooga Riverside (33-2) Science Hill Memphis 1967 Alcoa (34-1) Knoxville Holston Knoxville 1966 Nashville Pearl (31-0) Treadwell Nashville 1965 * Nashville Pearl (26-3) Gallatin Union Nashville 1965 Murfreesboro Central (32-0) Alcoa Memphis 1964 Donelson (28-4) Clarksville Nashville 1963 Oak Ridge (26-5) Murfreesboro Central Nashville 1962 Bradley Central (34-5) Fulton Nashville 1961 Oak Ridge (23-6) Dobyns-Bennett Knoxville 1960 Hampton (44-4) Union City Nashville 1959 Alcoa (37-4) Meigs County Nashville 1958 Lenoir City (32-2) Chattanooga Central Nashville 1957 Linden (29-9) Dobyns-Bennett Nashville 1956 Linden (34-2) Hillsboro Nashville 1955 Linden (34-2) Dobyns-Bennett Memphis 1954 Nashville West (30-3) LaFollette Nashville 1953 Old Hickory Dupont (32-3) Memphis Central Johnson City 1952 Selmer (34-2) Jackson Memphis 1951 Knoxville High (28-5) Selmer Nashville 1950 Happy Valley (36-0) Knoxville High Knoxville 92

95 TSSAA BOYS BASKETBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR TEAM CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 1949 Humboldt (44-0) Old Hickory Dupont Nashville 1948 Nashville West (24-5) Tennessee Knoxville 1947 Soddy-Daisy (43-2) Nashville West Knoxville 1946 Nashville West (32-2) Livingston Academy Murfreesboro 1945 Dobyns-Bennett (23-6) Chattanooga Central Nashville 1944 Nashville West (28-2) Elizabethton Nashville 1943 Chattanooga Central (33-0) Friendsville Nashville 1942 Bradley Central (39-1) Milan Nashville 1941 Knoxville High (29-5) Happy Valley Maryville 1940 Bradley Central (35-6) Father Ryan Jackson 1939 Knoxville High (30-7) Nashville Isaac Litton Nashville 1938 Whitehaven (33-1) Knoxville High Kingsport 1937 Tennessee (19-6) Columbia Milan No State Tournaments 1932 Ramer (25-1) Chattanooga City Knoxville 1931 Henderson (17-1) Lenoir City 31-9 Knoxville 1930 Lenoir City (17-6) Memphis Central Knoxville 1929 College Grove (45-0) Halls Knoxville 1928 Purdy (32-0) Nashville Cathedral Nashville 1927 Nashville Cathedral (21-3) Alpine Nashville 1926 Montgomery Bell Academy (16-2) Memphis Central Nashville **1925 Hume-Fogg (13-2) Montgomery Bell Academy Nashville **1924 Montgomery Bell Academy (16-4) Chattanooga Central Nashville **1923 Hume-Fogg (18-3) Knoxville High Nashville **1922 Hume-Fogg (19-2) Morgan School (Petersburg) Nashville **1921 Hume-Fogg (16-3) Montgomery Bell Academy Nashville * - TSSAA Affiliate State Tournament. ** - Inv. State Tournament prior to 1925 organization of TSSAA. 93

96 TSSAA BOYS BASKETBALL STATE TEAM RECORDS MOST TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 6 - Bolton ( ) 6 - Memphis East ( ) 6 - Montgomery Bell Academy ( ) 6 - Perry Co. ( ) 5 - Union City ( ) 5 - White Station ( ) 4 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 4 - East Robertson ( ) 4 - Ensworth ( ) 4 - Hume Fogg ( ) 4 - Melrose ( ) 4 - Nashville West ( ) 4 - Ridgeway ( ) 3 - Austin East ( ) 3 - Bolivar Central ( ) 3 - Bradley Central ( ) 3 - Brainerd ( ) 3 - Chattanooga Riverside ( ) 3 - Humboldt ( ) 3 - Knoxville High ( ) 3 - Liberty ( ) 3 - Memphis Northside ( ) 3 - Middleton ( ) 3 - Nashville Pearl ( ) 3 - Science Hill ( ) 3 - Tennessee Temple ( ) 2 - Alcoa ( ) 2 - Battle Ground Academy ( ) 2 - Christ Presbyterian Academy ( ) 2 - Father Ryan ( ) 2 - Fulton ( ) 2 - Hamilton ( ) 2 - Happy Valley ( ) 2 - Harding Academy ( ) 2 - Kingsbury ( ) 2 - Lenoir City ( ) 2 - Martin Luther King ( ) 2 - Memphis Central ( ) 2 - Nashville Cameron ( ) 2 - Oak Ridge( ) 2 - Pickett Co. ( ) 2 - White Co. ( ) 2 - Whitehaven ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 3 - East Robertson ( ); Ensworth ( ); Hume Fogg ( ); Perry Co. ( ); White Station ( ) 2 - Battle Ground Academy ( ); Bolivar Central ( ); Bolton ( ); Chattanooga Riverside ( ); Christ Presbyterian Academy ( ); Fulton ( ); Harding Academy ( ); Liberty ( ); Memphis Central ( ); Memphis East ( ); Memphis Northside ( ); Montgomery Bell Academy ( ); Nashville Cameron ( ); Nashville Pearl ( ); Perry Co. ( ); Science Hill ( ); Tennessee Temple ( ); White Co. ( ) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON Cheatham Co. ( ) MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON Harding Academy ( ) Middle Tennessee Christian ( ) MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE IN A GAME 25 - B.T. Washington (vs. Manassas, Dec. 5, 2000) 23 - Clinton (vs. Campbell Co., Feb. 21, 1997) 22 - Cosby (vs. North Greene, Dec. 4, 2000) BEST 3-POINT GOAL PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON (Minimum 15 Games) Northeast ( ) MOST OVERTIME PERIODS 9 - Sharon (42) vs. Dresden (40), Feb. 29, 1964) MOST POINTS IN A QUARTER 94 - Loudon (vs. McMinn Co., Feb. 14, 1956) MOST POINTS IN A HALF Loudon (vs. McMinn Co., Feb. 14, 1956) MOST POINTS IN A GAME Loudon (vs. McMinn Co., Feb. 14, 1956) Memphis Resurrection (1945) MOST WINS ALL TIME 2,009 - Dobyns Bennett (2, ) ( ) MOST COACHING WINS ALL TIME 1,021 - Walter Buck VanHuss, Hampton, Dobyns Bennett ( (1, )) Jerry Peters, Memphis University School ( ( )) Dickie Warren, Sullivan Central ( ( )) Charlie Bayless, Happy Valley () Vernon Osborne, Alcoa ( ( )) A.L. John Treadway, Happy Valley, Elizabethton ( ( )) Ernest Eldridge, Soddy Daisy (44 Years ( )) 94

97 TSSAA BOYS BASKETBALL STATE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE 28 - Orien Watson, Ridgeway (vs. White Station (1986) MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED IN A GAME Orien Watson, Ridgeway ( ) MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON Todd Day, Hamilton ( ) MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED IN A CAREER Orien Watson, Ridgeway ( ) MOST FREE THROWS MADE IN A GAME 25 - Orien Watson, Ridgeway (vs. White Station, 1986) MOST FREE THROWS MADE IN A SEASON Todd Day, Hamilton ( ) MOST FREE THROWS MADE IN A CAREER Elliot Perry, Treadwell ( ) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON Wes Grace, Red Boiling Springs (194/209) ( ) Leon Pattman, White Station ( ) Sylvester Ford, Fairley ( ) Wes Grace, Red Boiling Springs ( ) ( ) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE IN A CAREER Wes Grace, Red Boiling Springs (477/536) ( ) Hubie Smith, Harding Academy (341/395) ( ) MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON 1,017 - Rod Watson, Memphis Westside ( ) MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED IN A CAREER 2,695 - Rod Watson, Memphis Westside ( ) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON Zachary Bright, Kingsbury (112/137) ( ) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE IN A CAREER Zachary Bright, Kingsbury (290/424) ( ) MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED IN A GAME 44 - Taurean Moy, B.T. Washington (vs. Manassas, Dec. 4, 2000) MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON Taurean Moy, B.T. Washington ( ) Taurean Moy, B.T. Washington ( ) Taurean Moy, B.T. Washington ( ) Ed Watson, Middle Tennessee Christian ( ) MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED IN A CAREER 1,350 - Corrie Johnson, Hardin Co. ( ) 1,304 - Taurean Moy, B.T. Washington ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE 3-POINT FIELD GOALS 10 - Kyle White, McCallie (vs. Tennessee Temple, Dec. 3, 2002) 9 - Coby Clark, Houston Co. (vs. Nashville Christian, Feb. 11, 1995) 8 - Noel Smith, Cheatham Co. (vs. Stewart Co., Jan. 11, 2005) 8 - Jamie Martin, Houston (vs. Kirby, Dec. 15, 1994) 7 - Andy Cooper, Sequoyah (vs. Sweetwater, Dec. 16, 2004) MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE IN A GAME 24 - Taurean Moy, B.T. Washington (vs. Manassas, Dec. 5, 2000) 16 - Corrie Johnson, Hardin Co. (vs. Adamsville, Jan. 26, 1993) 16 - Shawn Thornton, Perry Co. (vs. Wayne Co., Jan. 14, 2000) 14 - Tommy Dalley, Dobyns Bennett (vs. Volunteer, 1989) 14 - Clint Allen, Harding Academy (vs. First Assembly Chr. Sch.,1995) 12 - Allen DeWyse, Pigeon Forge (vs. Chuckey-Doak, Feb. 4, 2005) 11 - Eric Coggins, Cosby (vs. North Greene, Dec. 4, 2000) 11 - Dakota Brown, Mt. Pleasant (vs. Cornersville, Jan. 29, 2013) 10 - Kyle White, McCallie (vs. Tennessee Temple, Dec. 3, 2002) 10 - Cody Warren, Perry Co. (vs. Hampshire, Dec. 3, 1999) 10 - Andy Cooper, Sequoyah (vs. Sweetwater, Dec. 16, 2004) 10 - Wesley Roach, Knox. Webb (vs. Webb School - Bell Buckle, Feb. 2, 2005) MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE IN A SEASON Corrie Johnson, Hardin Co. ( ) Taurean Moy, B.T. Washington ( ) Taurean Moy, B.T. Washington ( ) Ron Schmitz, Ridgeway ( ) MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE IN A CAREER Taurean Moy, B.T. Washington ( ) Corrie Johnson, Hardin Co. ( ) Clint Allen, Harding Academy ( ) BEST 3-POINT GOAL PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON (Minimum of 100 Attempts) Bryce Kendrick, Knoxville Grace (106/128) ( ) MOST ASSISTS IN A SEASON Arlyn Bowers, Memphis South Side ( ) MOST ASSISTS IN A CAREER Timothy Gardner, Lexington ( ) MOST POINTS SCORED IN A QUARTER 46 - Reed Stamey, Loudon, Feb. 14, 1956) MOST POINTS SCORED IN A GAME Danny Boyd, Camden, Jan. 6, 1961) 83 - Taurean Moy, B.T. Washington (vs. Manassas, Dec. 5, 2000) 80 - Gordon Taylor, Trezevant (vs. Puryear, Feb. 1, 1954) 75 - Wayne McClain, McNairy Co. (vs. Beth Springs (121-29), Jan. 1, 1952) 74 - Corrie Johnson, Hardin Co. (vs. Lexington, Feb. 2, 1993) 73 - Lloyd Manning, Friendsville Academy (vs. Townsend, Jan. 1961) MOST POINTS SCORED IN A SEASON 1,228 - John Jenkins, Station Camp ( ) 1,164 - Corrie Johnson, Hardin Co. ( ) MOST POINTS SCORED IN A CAREER (3,000 or more) 4,013 - Jim Monk Montgomery, Kittrell ( ) 3,640 - Bobby Smith, Melrose ( ) 3,478 - Cannon Whitby, Obion Co. ( ) 3,418 - Roderick Watson, Memphis Westside ( ) 3,386 - Bryan Farmer, Huntland ( ) 3,318 - Donald Dodgen, Gatlinburg Pittman ( ) 3,271 - Mike Rhodes, Perry Co. ( ) 3,269 - Rusty Yaden, Scott Co. ( ) 3,240 - Denver Whitby, Obion Co. ( ) 3,192 - John Jenkins, Station Camp ( ) 3,130 - A.W. Davis, Rutledge ( ) 3,107 - Richard Jones, Memphis Lester ( ) 3,103 - Jay Cole, Knoxville South ( ) 3,093 - Tony Delk, Haywood Co. ( ) 3,063 - Sam Howard, Goodpasture ( ) 3,039 - Anfernee Hardaway, Treadwell ( ) 3,033 - Jason Holwerda, Chattanooga Christian ( ) 3,004 - Corrie Johnson, Hardin Co. ( ) 3,000 - Nathan Aaron, Pickett Co. ( ) SCORING AVERAGE - SEASON 43 - Ronnie Schmitz, Ridgeway ( ) John Jenkins, Station Camp ( ) SCORING AVERAGE - CAREER Rod Watson, Memphis Westside ( ) MOST ASSISTS IN A CAREER Timothy Gardner, Lexington ( ) MOST REBOUNDS IN A GAME 35 - Ed Wilson, Manassas ( ) 35 - Lanny Ozment, Westwood ( ) MOST REBOUNDS IN A SEASON Larry Mansfield, Frayser ( ) MOST REBOUNDS IN A CAREER 2,008 - Richard Jones, Memphis Lester ( ) MOST STEALS IN A SEASON Cheyenne Gibson, Westwood ( ) MOST STEALS IN A CAREER Leroy Carter, Hillcrest ( ) MOST BLOCKED SHOTS IN A GAME 15 - Justin Boomer Herndon, DCA (vs. Friendship Chr., 2000) 15 - Michael Wilson, Melrose (vs. Northside, 1989) MOST BLOCKED SHOTS IN A SEASON Michael Wilson, Melrose ( ) MOST BLOCKED SHOTS IN A CAREER Michael Wilson, Melrose ( ) 95

98 TSSAA BOYS BASKETBALL RECORDS STATE TOURNAMENT RECORDS TEAM RECORDS - SINGLE GAME Most Points Haywood Co. (vs. J. South Side), 2003 Most Points Both Teams Haywood Co. (110) vs. J. South Side (101), 2003 Most Points One Half 73 - J. Side (vs. Haywood Co.), 2003 Most Points One Quarter 39 - Science Hill vs. Obion Co., 1991 Biggest Margin of Victory 55 - Clarksville Northeast (85) vs. Dobyns Bennett (30), 2010 Most Field Goals Attempted Meigs Co. (vs. South Fulton), 1962 Most Field Goals Made 43 - Hamilton (vs. Chatt. Brainerd), 1979 Best Field Goal Percentage Father Ryan (vs. Univ. Sch. of Nash.), 1999 (22-28) Most Free Throws Attempted 59 - Montgomery Bell Academy (vs. Ensworth), 2010 Most Consecutive Free Throws Made 20 - Pickett Co. (vs. Moore Co.), 1992 Most Free Throws Made 39 - Kenton (vs. Knox. Fulton), 1957 Best Free Throw Percentage Christian Brothers (vs. Baylor), 1998 (13-14) Most Rebounds 78 - J. Central-Merry (vs. Gleason), Meigs Co. (vs. South Fulton), 1962 Most Offensive Rebounds 29 - Raleigh Egypt (vs. Bolivar), Austin East (vs. Harriman), 1995 Most Defensive Rebounds 38 - Oak Ridge (vs. Hamilton), 1999 Most Overtimes 6 - Knox. East (46) vs. Hampton (44), 1962 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 48 - Obion Co. (vs. Gallatin), 1991 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 16 - Chatt. Christian (vs. Battle Ground Aca.), 1994 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage M.L. King (vs. Middleton), 1991 (6-7) Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted - Both Teams 66 - Cosby (32) vs. Chatt. Christian (34), 1999 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made- Both Teams 24 - Cosby (14) vs. Chatt. Christian (10), 1999 Most Assists 25 - Goodpasture (vs. Alamo), 1978 Most Steals 26 - Kingsbury (vs. Bolivar), 1998 Least Turnovers 3 - Memp. Northside (vs. Brainerd), Memp. East (vs. Harriman), 1979 Most Blocked Shots 12 - Middleton (vs. M.L. King), Bolivar Central (vs. Sullivan Central), 2005 TEAM RECORDS - TOURNAMENT Most Points East Robertson, 1988 Most Field Goals Attempted Bolton, 1975 Most Field Goals Made East Robertson, 1988 Best Field Goal Percentage Unaka, 2004 (60-96) Most Free Throws Attempted Montgomery Bell Aca., 1998 Most Free Throws Made 95 - Perry Co., 1995 Best Free Throw Percentage Memp. East, 1996 (49-58) Least Points Allowed Happy Valley, 1974 Most Rebounds Collierville, 1973 Most Offensive Rebounds 65 - Austin East, 1999 Most Defensive Rebounds 87 - Columbia Academy, Cosby, 1999 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Cosby, 1999 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 34 - B. T. Washington, 2001 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage M.L. King, 9 of 14, 1991 Most Assists 61 - East Robertson, 1989 Most Steals 52 - Kingsbury, 1998 Least Turnovers 17 - Giles Co., 1994 Most Blocked Shots 22 - Treadwell,

99 TSSAA BOYS BASKETBALL RECORDS STATE TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL - SINGLE GAME Most Points (TOP 5) 50 - Trey Pearson (South Fulton) vs. Ezell-Harding, Mike Rhodes (Perry Co.) vs. Knox. Catholic, Buddy Cruze (Knoxville East) vs. Oliver Springs, Mike Rhodes (Perry Co.) vs. Bolton, Cannon Whitby (Obion Co.) vs. Austin East, David Vaughn, Jr. (Nash. Cameron) vs. Melrose, 1971 Most Points in One Half 35 - Mike Rhodes (Perry Co.) vs. Knox. Catholic, 1977 Most Points in One Quarter 23 - Trey Pearson, South Fulton (vs. Ezell Harding), 2001 Most Field Goals Attempted 40 - Cannon Whitby (Obion Co.) vs. Austin East, 1986 Most Field Goals Made 19 - Rodney Arnold (Lynn View) vs. Tredwell, Bob Brown (Notre Dame) vs. Trenton, Buddy Cruze (Knox. East) vs. Oliver Springs, David Vaughn, Jr. (Nash. Cameron) vs. Melrose, 1971 Best Field Goal Percentage Tim Shoaf (Goodpasture) vs. Alamo, 1978 (12-12) Most Consecutive Field Goals Made 13 - Carlus Groves (E. Robertson) vs. Oliver Springs, 1989 Most Free Throws Attempted 26 - Buddy Viniard (Kenton) vs. Knox. Fulton, 1957 Most Free Throws Made 21 - Buddy Viniard (Kenton) vs. Knox. Fulton, Chris Wooten (Austin East) vs. Maplewood, 1982 Best Free Throw Percentage (minimum 10 attempts) Joseph Amonett (Pickett Co.) vs. Perry Co., 1995 (18-18) Troy Yaden (Oneida) vs. Perry Co., 1994 (13-13) Most Consecutive Free Throws Made (15 or more) 18 - Joseph Amonett (Pickett Co.) vs. Perry Co., 1995 Most Rebounds 30 - Manley Fuller (J. Central-Merry) vs. Gleason, Larry Mansfield (Frayser) vs. Hampton, 1966 Most Offensive Rebounds 13 - Eugene Talley (Howard) vs. B. T. Washington, 2001 Most Defensive Rebounds 17 - Stanley Caldwell (Union City) vs. Kingsbury, 1992 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 23 - Josh Webb (Cosby) vs. Moore Co., 1999 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 11 - Taurean Moy, (B. T. Washington) vs. Howard, 2001 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum four made) C.J. Good (Science Hill) vs. Memphis East, 2012 (7-9) Most Consecutive Three-Point Field Goals Made 6 - Seth Massey (Adamsville) vs. Summertown, 1994 Most Assists 17 - Tyrone Dodson (East Robertson) vs. Oliver Springs, 1989 Most Steals 8 - Lee Derek (Kingsbury) vs. Bolivar, Ronald Taylor (Maplewood) vs. Tennessee, 2001 Most Blocked Shots 12 - Stevie Hamer (Middleton) vs. Noth Greene, 1992 INDIVIDUAL - TOURNAMENT Most Points (TOP 5) Cannon Whitby (Obion Co.), Mike Rhodes (Perry Co.), David Woodard (East Robertson), Dwight Boyd (Mem. Kirby), Bobby Parks (Middleton), 1980 Most Field Goals Attempted Cannon Whitby (Obion Co.), 1986 Most Field Goals Made 44 - Cannon Whitby (Obion Co.), 1986 Most Consecutive Field Goals Made 20 - Tim Shoaf (Goodpasture), 1977 Best Field Goal Percentage Tim Shoaf (Goodpasture), 1977 (24-28) Most Free Throws Attempted 50 - Cannon Whitby (Obion Co.), 1986 Most Free Throws Made 41 - Josephy Amonett (Pickett Co.), 1995 Best Free Throw Percentage Joseph Amonett (Pickett Co.) vs. Perry Co., 1995 (18-18) Troy Vaden (Oneida) vs. Perry Co., 1994 (13-13) Varnard Jackson (Mem. East), 1988 (16-16) Rusty Chambers (Unaka), 2004 (12-12) Most Consecutive Free Throws 19 - Joseph Amonett (Pickett Co.) 18 vs. Perry Co., 1 vs. Powell Valley, 1995 Most Rebounds 56 - Stanley Caldwell (Union City), 1992 Most Offensive Rebounds 19 - Travis Mull (Kingsbury), Julian Terrell (Ezell Harding), 2001 Most Defensive Rebounds 38 - Stevie Hamer (Middleton), Stanley Caldwell (Union City), 1992 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 58 - Josh Webb (Cosby), 1999 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 19 - Tarean Moy (B. T. Washington), 2001 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage C.J. Good (Science Hill), 2012 (10-14) Most Assists 30 - Ricky Jones (Middleton), 1992 Most Steals 18 - Zay Coleman (Lake Co.), 2013 Most Blocked Shots 19 - Robert McRae (Memp. Northside),

100 Division I, Class AAA Year Player, School 2013 Jajuan Johnson, Southwind 2012 Nick King, Memphis East 2011 Samuel Craft, Craigmont 2010 Chris Jones, Melrose 2009 Joe Jackson, White Station 2008 Sampson Carter, Ridgeway 2007 Jordan Damron, Maryville 2006 Joseph Watkins, Hamilton 2005 Pierre Niles, Ridgeway 2004 Riley Ervin, White Station 2003 Dane Bradshaw, White Station 2002 Melvin Wilkes, White Station 2001 Jonathan Loe, Bartlett 2000 Earnest Shelton, White Station 1999 Kyle Gribble, White Co Brent Jolly, White Co Vincent Yarbrough, Cleveland 1996 Tony Harris, Memp. East 1995 Nathaniel Bailey, Science Hill 1994 Jovan Johnson, Johnson City 1993 Vincent Rainey, Fairley 1992 Roni Bailey, Columbia 1991 Marcus Nolan, Hamilton 1990 Orville Whittington, Science Hill 1989 Kevin Anglin, Franklin 1988 Malcolm Mackey, Brainerd 1987 David Midlick, Christian Brothers 1986 Cheyenne Gibson, Westwood 1985 Ron Huery, Whitehaven 1984 Norris Chesterfield, Oakland 1983 John Wilfong, Briarcrest 1982 Rob Jones, Austin-East 1981 David Smith, Nash. Pearl 1980 Edgar Johnson, Memp. Northside 1979 Anthony Love, Memp. Northside 1978 James Campbell, Melrose 1977 Elston Turner, Austin-East 1976 Charles Davis, McGavock TSSAA BOYS BASKETBALL RECORDS PAST MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS Division I, Class AA Year Player, School 2013 Jalen Lindsey, Christ Presbyterian Aca Craig Bradshaw, Christ Presbyterian Aca Kendall Anthony, Liberty 2010 Jay Murphy, Bolivar Central 2009 Jalen Steele, Fulton 2008 Dominic Minor, Fulton 2007 Josh Sain, Liberty 2006 Jewan Long, Liberty 2005 Willie Kemp, Bolivar Central 2004 Brian Lake, Bolivar Central 2003 Tyler Smith, Giles Co Derrick Byars, Ridgeway 2001 Andre Allen, B. T. Washington 2000 Donzel Crenshaw, Ridgeway 1999 Qyntel Woods, Memp. Carver 1998 Brian Kizzie, Kingsbury 1997 Marcus Williams, Union City 1996 Niki Arinze, Martin Luther King 1995 Jeremaine Copeland, Harriman 1994 Aaron Green, Sweetwater 1993 Oliver Simmons, David Lipscomb 1992 Stanley Caldwell, Union City 1991 Al Allen, Brentwood Aca Stanley Caldwell, Union City 1989 Lang Wiseman, Bolton 1988 Anthony Douglass, Memp. East 1987 Bethel Hendrick, Austin-East 1986 Charles Cannon Whitby, Obion Co Leroy Thompson, Austin-East 1984 Dwight Boyd, Kirby 1983 Tony Hobson, Memp. East 1982 Tony Hobson, Memp. East 1981 Cookie Smith, Humboldt 1980 Booker Johnson, Trezevant 1979 Joseph Smith, Memp. East 1978 Chris Harris, Knox. Holston 1977 Robby Randolph, Treadwell 1976 Rodney Campbell, Lexington Division I, Class A Year Player, School 2013 Stephon Turner, Humboldt 2012 Mark Sandoval, Friendship Christian 2011 Rafael Tyler, Lake Co Malcom Smith, Clarksville Academy 2009 Marcus Hollaway, Manassas 2008 MJ Brown, Union City 2007 Seth Skoten, Tennessee Temple 2006 Marquis Weddle, Union City 2005 Marq Murden, Middleton 2004 Tyler McCann, Unaka 2003 Jake Skogen, Temple 2002 Jake Skogen, Temple 2001 Jason Holwerda, Chatt. Christian 2000 Trey Pearson, South Fulton 1999 Heath Hardin, Moore Co Gerrod Shirey, Ezell Harding 1997 Kirk Haston, Perry Co Kirk Haston, Perry Co Joseph Amonett, Pickett Co Seth Pettus, Battle Ground Aca Brandon Wood, Battle Ground Aca David Woodard, East Robertson 1991 Joey Mitchell, Martin Luther King 1990 Eric Mitchell, Pickett Co Carlus Groves, East Robertson 1988 Carlus Groves, East Robertson 1987 Fitz Jones, East Robertson 1986 Sylvester Gray, Bolton 1985 Sylvester Gray, Bolton 1984 Jeff Crouse, Greenfield 1983 Leon Tolley, Hampton 1982 Calvin Fields, Friendship 1981 Darrell Brown, Bolton 1980 Bobby Parks, Middleton 1979 Cecil Dowell, Bolton 1978 Otis Jackson, Bolton 1977 Mike Rhodes, Perry Co Mike Rhodes, Perry Co. Division II, Class AA Year Player, School 2013 Corn Elder, Ensworth 2012 Corn Elder, Ensworth 2011 Corn Elder, Ensworth 2010 Holden Mobley, Montgomery Bell Aca Tavarres Jefferson, Ensworth 2008 Elgin Lee, Briarcrest Division II, Class A Year Player, School 2013 Cameron Payne, Lausanne 2012 Josh Erickson, Donelson Christian Aca Steven Kaspar, Evangelical Christian Sch Asa Toney, St. George s 2009 Keilan Stittiams, Harding Aca Marlon Brown, Harding Aca. Division II Year Player, School 2007 Elliott Cole, Memphis Univ. Sch Brandan Wright, Brentwood Aca Brandan Wright, Brentwood Aca Brandan Wright, Brentwood Aca Brandan Wright, Brentwood Aca Billy May, Father Ryan 2001 Moses Osemwegie, Montgomery Bell Aca Barton Simmons, Montgomery Bell Aca Jonathon Jarrett, Father Ryan 1998 Omari Booker, Montgomery Bell Aca. Large Year Player, School 1975 Larry Spicer, Memp. Northside 1974 John Gunn, Melrose 1973 Skip Brown, Dobyns-Bennett Small Year Player, School 1975 Quinten Smith, Bolton 1974 Marty Street, Happy Valley 1973 Eddie Fields, Collierville No Classification Year Player, School 1972 Anthony Roberts, Chatt. Riverside 1971 David Vaughn, Jr., Cameron 1970 David Vaughn, Jr., Cameron 1969 Richard Fuqua, Chatt. Riverside 1968 James Hairston, Science Hill 1967 Jimmy England, Knox. Holston 1966 Randy Pool, Oak Ridge 1965 Charles Jordan, Murf. Central 1964 No MVP Selected 1963 No MVP Selected 1962 No MVP Selected 1961 No MVP Selected 1960 No MVP Selected 1959 No MVP Selected 1958 Eddie Test, Chatt. Central 1957 Buddy Viniard, Kenton 1956 Albert Ellison, Linden 1955 Albert Ellison, Linden 1954 Stan Johnson, Dobyns-Bennett 1953 Herb Kosten, Memp. Central 1952 Buddy Cruze, Knox. East 1951 Billy Kirkpatrick, Surgoinsville 1950 Monta Clark, Happy Valley 1949 (Co-MVP s) Manuel Garrison, Tennessee; Doug Atkins, Humboldt 1948 Joe Treadway, Happy Valley 1947 Tom Maynor, Soddy Daisy 1946 Billy Joe Adcock, Nash. West 1945 Cecil Puckett, Dobyns-Bennett 1944 Carl Treadway, Elizabethton 1943 George Carden, Chatt. Central 1942 Jack Manis, Bradley Central 1941 Bill Wright, Knox. High 1940 Dee Gibson, Bradley Central 1939 John Doc Clark, Knox. High 1938 John Doc Clark, Knox. High 1937 George Blakemore No Tournaments

101 PAST MR. BASKETBALL AWARD WINNERS 2013 (A) Alex Fountain, Wartburg Central 2005 (A) Nicchaeus Doaks, Peabody 1995 (A) Joseph Amonett, Pickett Co. (AA) Jalen Lindsey, CPA (AA) Thaddeus Young, Mitchell (AA) Oliver Simmons, D. Lipscomb (AAA) Nick King, Memphis East (AAA) J.P. Prince, White Station (AAA) Cedrick Wallace, Lawrence Co. (DII-A) Cameron Payne, Lausanne (DII) Brandan Wright, Brentwood Aca (A) Ron Mercer, Goodpasture (DII-AA) Austin Nichols, Briarcrest 2004 (A) Jonathan Cook, Chatt. Christian (AA) Oliver Simmons, D.Lipscomb 2012 (A) Martavious Newby, BTW (AA) Corey Brewer, Portland (AAA) Edgar Perkins, White Station (AA) Craig Bradshaw, CPA (AAA) Jamont Gordon, Glencliff 1993 (A) David Woodard, East Robertson (AAA) Alex Poythress, Northeast (DII) Brandan Wright, Brentwood Aca. (AA) Ron Mercer, Goodpasture (DII-A) John Ross Glover, USJ 2003 (A) Jake Skogen, Tennessee Temple (AAA) Sylvester Ford, Fairley (DII-AA) Austin Nichols, Briarcrest (AA) Andre Allen, B.T. Washington (AAA) Corrie Johnson, Hardin Co (A) Malcolm Smith, Clarksville Aca. (AAA) Lee Humphrey, Maryville 1992 (A) Steve Hamer, Middleton (AA) Kedren Johnson, Marshall Co. (DII) Marc Gasol, Lausanne (AA) Stanley Caldwell, Union City (AAA) Andre Hollins, White Station 2002 (A) Trey Pearson, South Fulton (AAA) Tony Delk, Haywood (DII-A) John Ross Glover, USJ (AA) Andre Allen, B.T. Washington 1991 (A) Eugene Parris, Pickett Co. (DII-A) Conor McDermott, Ensworth (AAA) Demarco Polk, Stratford (AA) Stanley Caldwell, Union City 2010 (A) Malcolm Smith, Clarksville Aca. (DII) Billy May, Father Ryan (AAA) David Vaughn, Whites Creek (AA) Jalen Steele, Fulton 2001 (A) Jason Holwerda, Chatt. Christian 1990 (A) Eric Mitchell, Pickett Co. (AAA) Joe Jackson, White Station (AA) Taureen Moy, B.T. Washington (AA) Anfernee Hardaway, Treadwell (DII-A) Dwight Tarwater, Knox. Webb (AAA) Earnest Shelton, White Station (AAA) David Vaughn, Whites Creek (DII-AA) Jordan Price, McCallie (DII) David Harrison, Brentwood Aca (A) Carlus Groves, East Robertson 2009 (A) Reginald Buckner, Manassas 2000 (A) Jason Holwerda, Chatt. Christian (AA) Orlando Lightfoot, Chatt. City (AA) John Jenkins, Station Camp (AA) Cameron Crisp, Bolivar Central (AAA) Darryl Miller, Oak Ridge (AAA) Drew Kelly, Centennial (AAA) Josh Hare, Bradley Central 1988 (A) Ronald Jones, Dresden (DII-A) Bobby Parks, St. George s (DII) David Harrison, Brentwood Aca. (AA) Jerry Meyer, David Lipscomb (DII-AA) Leslie McDonald, Briarcrest 1999 (A) Heath Hardin, Moore Co. (AAA) Todd Day, Hamilton 2008 (A) MJ Brown, Union City (AA) Terrance Woods, Treadwell 1987 (A) Fitz Jones, East Robertson (AA) John Jenkins, Station Camp (AAA) Brent Jolly, White Co. (AA) Jerry Meyer, David Lipscomb (AAA) Terrico White, Craigmont (DII) Will Howard-Downs, USN (AAA) DeWayne Garner, Brainerd (DII-A) Elliot Williams, St. George s 1998 (A) Adam Sonn, DCA 1986 (A) Sylvester Gray, Bolton (DII-AA) Leslie McDonald, Briarcrest (AA) Harris Walker, Brainerd (AA) Charles Whitby, Obion Co (A) M.J. Brown, Union City (AAA) Vincent Yarbrough, Cleveland (AAA) Ron Huery, Whitehaven (AA) Jewuan Long, Liberty (DII) Will Howard-Downs, USN (AAA) Maurice Miller, Raleigh Egypt 1997 (A) Kirk Haston, Perry Co. (DII) Brandon Brown, Brentwood Aca. (AA) Niki Arinze, Martin Luther King 2006 (A) Marquis Weddle, Union City (AAA) Tony Harris, Memphis East (AA) Willie Kemp, Bolivar Central 1996 (A) Sam Howard, Goodpasture (AAA) Barry Stewart, Shelbyville (AA) Joey Tuck, Macon Co. (DII) Brandan Wright, Brentwood Aca. (AAA) Charles Hathaway, Hillwood 99

102 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Girls Basketball State Champions Division I, Class A Division I, Class AA Team Champions Jackson County High School (Gainesboro, TN) Team Champions Christ Presbyterian Academy (Nashville, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Riverdale High School (Murfreesboro, TN) 100 Photos Provided By:

103 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Girls Basketball State Champions Division II, Class A Team Champions Franklin Road Academy (Nashville, TN) Division II, Class AA Team Champions Ensworth High School (Nashville, TN) Photos Provided By: 101

104 TSSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR TEAM CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2013 (AAA) Riverdale (35-0) Science Hill (35-4) Murfreesboro (AA) Christ Presbyterian Academy (30-7) Macon County (30-5) Murfreesboro (A) Jackson County (33-3) Union City (32-4) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Ensworth (27-1) Brentwood Academy (18-11) Nashville (DII A) Franklin Road Academy (30-3) Knoxville Webb (30-6) OT Nashville 2012 (AAA) Riverdale (34-3) Science Hill (38-1) Murfreesboro (AA) Christ Presbyterian Academy (36-3) Obion County (35-3) Murfreesboro (A) Clay County (27-9) Jackson County (29-7) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Girls Preparatory School (25-4) Ensworth (22-7) Nashville (DII A) Webb School of Knoxville Franklin Road Academy (31-5) Nashville 2011 (AAA) Memphis Central (29-9) Riverdale (34-2) Murfreesboro (AA) McMinn Central (35-1) Macon County (30-3) Murfreesboro (A) Wayne County (30-3) North Greene (30-9) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Girls Preparatory School (23-1) Briarcrest (24-6) Nashville (DII A) Franklin Road Academy (27-3) Knoxville Webb (27-6) Nashville 2010 (AAA) Riverdale (30-2) Morristown West (34-1) Murfreesboro (AA) Gibson County (35-1) McMinn Central (32-3) Murfreesboro (A) Jackson County (32-5) Moore County (28-8) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Ensworth (25-4) Briarcrest (23-6) Nashville (DII A) Harding Academy (27-6) Franklin Road Academy (26-5) Nashville 2009 (AAA) Hillsboro (34-1) Memphis Central (35-2) Murfreesboro (AA) Gibson County (35-0) Livingston Academy (25-13) Murfreesboro (A) Clarkrange (39-0) Madison Academic (29-8) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Knoxville Webb (29-3) Ensworth (23-6) Nashville (DII A) Bishop Byrne (28-3) Lausanne (30-4) Nashville 2008 (AAA) Wilson Central (31-6) Millington Central (37-2) (OT) Murfreesboro (AA) Marshall County (32-4) Milan (29-6) Murfreesboro (A) Jackson County (33-4) Clarkrange (32-7) Murfreesboro (DII AA) Ensworth Knoxville Webb (25-5) Nashville (DII A) Lausanne (32-3) Southern Baptist Ed. Ctr. (27-6) Nashville 2007 (AAA) Riverdale (38-3) Memphis Northside (30-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Austin East (37-3) Marshall County (25-10) Murfreesboro (A) Gleason (35-1) Oliver Springs (29-7) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Knoxville Webb (28-4) Brentwood Academy (28-7) Nashville 2006 (AAA) Wilson Central (32-7) Shelbyville (29-7) Murfreesboro (AA) Hillcrest (35-3) Jackson North Side (32-2) Murfreesboro (A) Forrest (30-7) Jackson County (32-8) (OT) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Brentwood Academy (26-7) Briarcrest (29-5) Nashville 2005 (AAA) Mt. Juliet (37-1) Dyersburg (33-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Chester County (29-6) Austin East (31-5) Murfreesboro (A) Peabody (30-5) University School of Jackson (26-10) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Harpeth Hall (30-6) Brentwood Academy (26-9) Nashville 2004 (AAA) Shelbyville (31-5) Craigmont (33-4) Murfreesboro (AA) Livingston Academy (37-3) McMinn Central (30-8) Murfreesboro (A) Clarkrange (29-8) Peabody (31-5) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Briarcrest (31-3) Harpeth Hall (26-7) Nashville 2003 (AAA) Shelbyville (37-1) Beech (34-6) Murfreesboro (AA) Jackson County (29-7) Westview (30-5) Murfreesboro (A) Peabody (33-3) Ezell Harding (29-6) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Harpeth Hall (27-4) Briarcrest (25-10) Murfreesboro 2002 (AAA) Sevier County (34-4) Lawrence County (31-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Jackson County (33-4) Giles County (32-4) Murfreesboro (A) Ezell Harding (30-3) Celina (30-5) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Briarcrest (30-5) Harpeth Hall (26-5) Murfreesboro 102

105 TSSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR TEAM CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2001 (AAA) Shelbyville (35-2) Oakland (29-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Jackson County (25-10) Upperman (34-5) Murfreesboro (A) Wayne County (62-48) Grace Baptist (29-5) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Briarcrest (35-1) Baylor (20-5) Murfreesboro 2000 (AAA) Shelbyville (33-5) Hamilton (36-2) Murfreesboro (AA) Jackson County (29-7) South Greene (35-4) Murfreesboro (A) Bradford (36-0) Wayne County (33-4) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Girls Preparatory School (28-3) Briarcrest (31-5) Murfreesboro 1999 (AAA) Gallatin (33-3) Oak Ridge (38-2) Murfreesboro (AA) Livingston Academy (33-6) Jackson County (34-5) Murfreesboro (A) Gleason (32-4) Upperman (34-4) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Girls Preparatory School (26-5) Briarcrest (29-5) Murfreesboro 1998 (AAA) Lawrence County (32-3) Hamilton (34-2) Murfreesboro (AA) Grundy County (30-6) Livingston Academy (31-6) Murfreesboro (A) Bradford (33-1) Moore County (34-3) Murfreesboro (Div. II) Briarcrest Christian (33-0) Father Ryan (28-5) Murfreesboro 1997 (AAA) Oak Ridge (33-3) Shelbyville (28-4) Murfreesboro (AA) Hickman County (32-4) McMinn Central (30-5) Murfreesboro (A) Bradford (33-2) Celina (30-5) Murfreesboro 1996 (AAA) Jackson Central-Merry (31-2) Oak Ridge (32-2) Murfreesboro (AA) Martin Westview (35-1) Livingston Academy (34-3) Murfreesboro (A) Bradford (30-5) Wayne County (25-9) Murfreesboro 1995 (AAA) Shelbyville (33-2) Bradley Central (35-3) Murfreesboro (AA) Meigs County (37-1) Hickman County (32-5) Murfreesboro (A) Clarkrange (35-3) Bradford (30-5) Murfreesboro 1994 (AAA) Oak Ridge (33-4) Shelbyville (31-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Livingston Academy (38-1) South Greene (34-2) (OT) Murfreesboro (A) Oneida (31-4) Celina (26-9) Murfreesboro 1993 (AAA) Coffee County (32-3) Oak Ridge (35-2) Murfreesboro (AA) Meigs Co. (37-1) Livingston Academy (32-2) Murfreesboro (A) Bradford (33-2) Gleason (33-3) Murfreesboro 1992 (AAA) Shelbyville (32-4) White County (31-5) Murfreesboro (AA) South Greene (37-0) Meigs County (35-2) Murfreesboro (A) Gleason (33-3) Celina (30-6) Murfreesboro 1991 (AAA) Shelbyville (33-0) White County (31-4) Murfreesboro (AA) South Greene (34-3) Unicoi County (31-5) Murfreesboro (A) Clarkrange (30-6) Bradford (32-2) Murfreesboro 1990 (AAA) Shelbyville (35-0) Glencliff (30-4) Murfreesboro (AA) Livingston Academy (31-1) Mitchell (32-4) Murfreesboro (A) Clarkrange (33-2) Wayne County (27-8) Murfreesboro 1989 (AAA) Shelbyville (36-0) Oak Ridge (35-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Cannon County (28-4) Happy Valley (28-4) Murfreesboro (A) Pickett County (29-5) Denmark West (26-7) Murfreesboro 1988 (AAA) Oak Ridge (37-0) Shelbyville (33-4) Murfreesboro (AA) South Greene (38-1) Cannon County (26-6) Murfreesboro (A) Collinwood (29-4) Wayne County (28-7) Murfreesboro 1987 (AAA) Gallatin (34-0) Oak Ridge (33-3) Murfreesboro (AA) South Greene (39-0) Cannon County (32-4) Murfreesboro (A) Greenback (33-2) Collinwood (32-3) Murfreesboro 1986 (AAA) Shelbyville (39-0) Oak Ridge (34-2) Murfreesboro (AA) David Lipscomb (32-3) South Greene (33-2) Murfreesboro (A) Frank Hughes (35-3) Greenback (29-2) Murfreesboro 1985 (AAA) Melrose (32-2) Shelbyville (29-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Humboldt (26-7) Obion Co. Central (28-6) Murfreesboro (A) Clarkrange (33-3) Rickman (30-2) Murfreesboro 103

106 TSSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR TEAM CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 1984 (AAA) Brainerd (28-1) Shelbyville (26-8) (OT) Murfreesboro (AA) York Institute (32-4) Alcoa (34-4) Murfreesboro (A) Clarkrange (34-5) Rickman (37-3) Murfreesboro 1983 (AAA) Mount Juliet (35-1) Mitchell (24-11) Murfreesboro (AA) Chattanooga City (34-3) Oliver Springs (34-5) Murfreesboro (A) Clarkrange (35-2) Richland (31-7) Murfreesboro 1982 (AAA) Smyrna (31-4) Lebanon (29-6) Murfreesboro (AA) Giles County (28-1) Chattanooga City (34-3) Murfreesboro (A) Bradford (32-2) Eagleville (27-5) Murfreesboro 1981 (AAA) B. T. Washington(30-7) Mount Juliet (30-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Giles County (30-0) Milan (28-5) Murfreesboro (A) Polk County (36-1) Eagleville (31-4) Murfreesboro 1980 (AAA) Nashville Pearl (29-2) Karns (33-4) Murfreesboro (AA) Marshall County (26-2) Chester County (31-2) Murfreesboro (A) Pickett County (35-2) Evangelical Christian School (29-6) Murfreesboro 1979 (AAA) Warren County (29-7) Riverdale (20-6) Murfreesboro (AA) Humboldt (30-3) Loretto (25-4) Murfreesboro (A) Pickett County (31-1) David Lipscomb (29-8) Murfreesboro 1978 (AAA) Bolivar Central (28-9) Lebanon (25-6) Murfreesboro (AA) Chester County (30-2) Livingston Academy (23-9) Murfreesboro (A) Pickett County (30-4) Maryville Porter (31-4) Murfreesboro 1977 (AAA) Mount Juliet (33-1) Maryville Everett (30-5) Murfreesboro (AA) Bolivar Central (29-2) Chester County (28-4) Murfreesboro (A) Pickett County (30-8) South Fulton (23-7) Murfreesboro 1976 (AAA) Bradley Central (36-0) Smyrna (36-2) Murfreesboro (AA) Marshall County (27-4) Bolivar Central (27-5) Murfreesboro (A) Trezevant (32-1) South Fulton (29-7) Murfreesboro 1975 (L) Bradley Central (36-0) Lebanon (30-4) Murfreesboro (S) Ooltewah (33-2) Yorkville (35-2) (2 OT) Murfreesboro 1974 (L) Shelbyville (28-6) McNairy Central (28-3) Jackson (S) Trezevant (30-2) Jackson County (33-3) Jackson 1973 (L) Bradley Central (25-4) Warren County (27-3) Murfreesboro (S) Jackson County (36-0) Cannon County (23-7) Murfreesboro 1972 Marshall County (31-0) Warren County (30-2) Jackson 1971 Lebanon (30-2) Jackson Central-Merry (29-3) Jackson 1970 Bradley Central (31-1) Red Bank (29-2) Jackson 1969 Frankllin County (25-6) Maryville Porter (30-6) Jackson 1968 Waverly Central (33-0) Maryville Everett (27-5) Jackson 1967 Maryville Porter (33-6) Waverly Central (30-2) Murfreesboro 1966 Maury Dandridge (39-0) Friendsville (33-3) Murfreesboro 1965 * Shelbyville Harris (21-1) Fayette Co. Tr Nashville 1965 Fayette County (34-0) Sevier County (33-5) Murfreesboro 1964 Shelbyville (34-0) Bradlley Central (34-5) Murfreesboro 1963 Maryville Porter (39-2) Walland (36-3) Murfreesboro 1962 Bradley Central (37-1) Walland (36-3) Murfreesboro 1961 Smyrna (36-3) Loretto (31-3) Murfreesboro 1960 Milan (36-0) Chester County (30-4) Nashville 1959 Maryville Porter (24-10) DeKalb County (27-3) Nashville 1958 Loretto (28-1) Nashville Isaac Litton (23-6) Nashville (No State Tournaments) 104

107 TSSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR TEAM CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 1929 Sparta (11-1) Jacksboro Sparta 1928 Millington (20-1) Bartlett Jackson 1927 Nashville Peabody (13-0) Hampshire Nashville 1926 Hume-Fogg (14-2) Gallatin Murfreesboro **1925 Union City (17-0) Nashville Peabody Nashville **1924 Murfreesboro (14-4) Nashville Peabody Nashville **1923 Nashville Central (21-0) Nashville Peabody Nashville **1922 Memphis Central (17-0) Troy Nashville * - TSSAA Affiliate Tournament. **- State tournaments prior to TSSAA organization. 105

108 TSSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL STATE TEAM RECORDS MOST TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 12 - Shelbyville ( ) 8 - Clarkrange ( ) 8 - Jackson Co. ( ) 6 - Bradford ( ) 5 - Bradley Central ( ) 5 - Pickett Co. ( ) 4 - Briarcrest ( ) 4 - Girls Preparatory School ( ) 4 - Livingston Academy ( ) 4 - Marshall Co. ( ) 4 - Riverdale ( ) 4 - South Greene ( ) 3 - Ensworth ( ) 3 - Gleason ( ) 3 - Maryville Porter ( ) 3 - Mt. Juliet ( ) 3 - Oak Ridge ( ) 3 - Webb School of Knoxville ( ) 2 - Bolivar Central ( ) 2 - Chester Co. ( ) 2 - Christ Presbyterian Academy ( ) 2 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 2 - Gallatin ( ) 2 - Gibson Co. ( ) 2 - Giles Co. ( ) 2 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 2 - Humboldt ( ) 2 - Meigs Co. ( ) 2 - Memphis Central ( ) 2 - Peabody ( ) 2 - Smyrna ( ) 2 - Trezevant (Carroll Co.) ( ) 2 - Wayne Co. ( ) 2 - Wilson Central ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Jackson Co. ( ) 4 - Pickett Co. ( ) 4 - Shelbyville ( ) 3 - Bradford ( ) 3 - Clarkrange ( ) 2 - Bolivar Central ( ) 2 - Bradley Central ( ) 2 - Briarcrest ( ) 2 - Christ Presbyterian Academy ( ) 2 - Clarkrange ( ) 2 - Gibson Co. ( ) 2 - Giles Co. ( ) 2 - Girls Preparatory School ( ); ( ) 2 - Riverdale ( ) 2 - Shelbyville ( ); ( ) 2 - South Greene ( ); ( ) MOST OVERTIME PERIODS 16 - East Ridge (38) vs. Ooltewah (37), Jan. 7, 1969) 6 - Greeneville (62) vs. Cherokee (56), Jan. 25, 2002) MOST POINTS SCORE IN A GAME - BOTH TEAMS Chattanooga Kirkman (112) vs. Bradley Central (101), Feb. 7, 1989 MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS Shelbyville ( ) 90 - Bradley Central ( ) MOST COACHING VICTORIES IN A CAREER 1,217 - Jim Smiddy, Charleston, Bradley Cent. ( (1, )) Lamar Rogers, Clarkrange ( ( )) Jill Prudden, Oak Ridge ( ( )) David Russell, Gibson Co. ( ( ) Overall ( Includes 4 seasons as boys coach at Medina and Bradford)) Ronald Davis, Copper Basin, Polk Co. (1968-Present ( )) Rick Insell, Shelbyville ( ( ) - Includes a span of 110 consecutive victories from ) Campbell Brandon, Lascassas, Lebanon ( ( )) Galen Johnson, Maryville Porter ( ) Larry Looper, Livingston Aca., Rickman ( ( )) Jerry Lott, McNairy Central ( ( )) 106

109 TSSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL STATE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON Demitri Stokes, University School of Nashville ( ) Rosalynne Arnold, Memphis East ( ) MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED IN A CAREER Nikki McCray, Collierville ( ) MOST FREE THROWS MADE IN A SEASON Kayla Hudson, Gleason ( ) Rosalynne Arnold, Memphis East ( ) MOST FREE THROWS MADE IN A CAREER Kayla Hudson, Gleason ( ) Alicia Brown, Clinton Laura Hall, Oliver Springs ( ) Rikki Baughman, Elizabethton ( ) Ashley McElhiney, Gleason ( ) Nikki McCray, Collierville ( ) MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON Brenda Hatchett, Mitchell ( ) MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED IN A CAREER 2,587 - Nikki McCray, Collierville ( ) MOST FIELD GOALS MADE IN A SEASON Aretha Fason, Melrose ( ) MOST FIELD GOALS MADE IN A CAREER 1,532 - Nikki McCray, Collierville ( ) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON (Minimum of 250 Attempts) Gabrielle Camill Lyon, Science Hill (205/298) ( ) Veronica Pike, Franklin Road Academy (273/418) ( ) Myquita Mackey, Memphis Northside ( ) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE IN A CAREER Makenzie Hensley, Jackson Co. ( ) Nikki McCray, Collierville ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE 3-POINT GOALS 8 - Callie Ruth Cox, Grace Christian (vs. Jellico, Feb. 3, 2011) 7 - Meredith Speck, Ezell Harding (vs. Jo Byrns, Nov. 20, 1996) 7 - Kim Francis, Oakland (vs. Lebanon, Jan. 12, 1990) MOST 3-POINT GOALS MADE IN A GAME 13 - Bianca Cage, Southwind (vs. Kirby, Feb. 3, 2012) 12 - Amanda Austin, Upperman (vs. Sequatchie Co., Jan. 22, 2001) 10 - Kim Woodlee, Grundy Co. (vs. South Pittsburg, Dec. 1, 1995) 10 - Raganne Wright, Harriman (vs. Oliver Springs, Feb. 7, 1997) 10 - Callie Ruth Cox, Knoxville Grace (vs. Jellico, Feb. 3, 2011) 10 - LaTesa McLaughlin, Millington Central (vs. Munford, Dec. 1, 2007) 10 - Amanda Jackson, Oneida (vs. Coalfield, Feb. 28, 2002) 10 - Amanda Austin, Upperman (vs. Forrest, Dec. 15, 2000) MOST 3-POINT GOALS MADE IN A SEASON Julia Zimmerman, Franklin Co. ( ) Melissa Ervin, Sullivan East ( ) Stephanie Hunt, Mitchell ( ) Emily Sissom, Cannon Co. ( ) Abby Sissom, Cannon Co. ( ) Kristen Galloway, Lookout Valley ( ) MOST 3-POINT GOALS MADE IN A CAREER Emily Sissom, Cannon Co. ( ) Melissa Ervin, Sullivan East ( ) Kim Woodlee, Grundy Co. ( ) Amanda Austin, Upperman ( ) Stephanie Hunt, Mitchell ( ) MOST POINTS SCORED IN A GAME Janet Hays, Henry Co. (vs. Puryear (120-31), Jan. 19, 1956) 97 - Mary Francis King, Rutherford (vs. Kenton (103-21), Jan. 15, 1944) 93 - Jane Brock, Bradley Central (vs. Cleveland, Feb. 19, 1966) 89 - Janet Hays, Henry Co. (vs. Springville (95-79), Dec. 6, 1955) 75 - Angela Davis, Westwood (vs. Memphis Central, 1988) 70 - Toni Jackson, Fairley (vs. Whitehaven, 1976) MOST POINTS SCORED IN A SEASON 1,162 - Mary Boatwright, Carver (6-on-6) ( ) 1,108 - Nikki McCray, Collierville ( ) MOST POINTS SCORED IN A CAREER (3,000 or more) 4,463 - Margie Gillespie, Spring City (6-on-6) ( ) 4,034 - Louise Wilson, Humboldt (6-on-6) ( ) 3,594 - Nikki McCray, Collierville ( ) 3,395 - Mary Boatwright, Carver (6-on-6) ( ) 3,329 - Betty Booker, Hampshire (6-on-6) ( ) 3,130 - Tiffany Woosley, Shelbyville ( ) 3,013 - Brynae Laxton, Oneida ( ) MOST ASSISTS IN A SEASON Karen Davis, Melrose ( ) MOST ASSISTS IN A CAREER 1,255 - Sherie Stivers, Nashville Christian ( ) Rashida Allgood, Memphis Northside ( ) MOST REBOUNDS IN A SEASON Myquita Mackey, Memphis Northside ( ) MOST REBOUNDS IN A CAREER 1,720 - Nikki McCray, Collierville ( ) MOST STEALS IN A SEASON LaTesa McLaughlin, Millington Central ( ) Antasha Jones, Mitchell ( ) MOST STEALS IN A CAREER LaTesa McLaughlin, Millington Central ( ) Cher Dyson, Houston ( ) MOST BLOCKED SHOTS IN A SEASON Addy Greer, West Carroll ( ) Shelby Kramer, First Assembly Christian School ( ) Nicole Duncan, Lewis Co. ( ) Sarah Woods, Coalfield ( ) Aretha Fason, Melrose ( ) MOST BLOCKED SHOTS IN A CAREER Nicole Duncan, Lewis Co. ( ) Sarah Woods, Coalfield ( ) Lauren Maki, Clarksville Academy ( ) 107

110 TEAM - SINGLE GAME Most Points 94 - Shelbyville (vs. Campbell Co.), 1991 Most Points Both Teams York (88) vs. Loretto (85), 1990 Biggest Margin of Victory 58 - Shelbyville (94) vs. Campbell Co. (36), 1991 Most Field Goals Attempted 80 - Carver (vs. Knox. Karns), 1980 Most Field Goals Made 38 - Shelbyville (vs. Campbell Co.), 1991 Best Field Goal Percentage Science Hill (vs. Brainerd), 12 of 14, 1984 Most Free Throws Attempted 53 - Oak Ridge (vs. Melrose), 1986 Most Consecutive Free Throws Made 21 - Bradford (vs. Wayne Co.), 2001 Best Free Throw Percentage Bradford, 21 of 22, 2001 Most Rebounds 58 - Shelbyville (vs. J. North Side), 1992 Most Offensive Rebounds 25 - Shelbyville (vs. J. North Side), Happy Valley (vs. Hickman Co.), Lexington (vs. Hendersonville), 1995 Most Defensive Rebounds 36 - Oneida (vs. Lake Co.), 1994 Most Overtimes 4 - Cannon Co. (47) vs. Knox. Powell (45), 1987 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 34 - McMinn Central (vs. Obion Co.), 2012 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 12 - Riverdale (vs. Brentwood), 2013 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Coffee Co. (vs. Franklin), 6 of 7, 1993 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted - Both Teams 57 - Bradley Central (29) vs. Sullivan East (28), 2000 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made- Both Teams 19 - Bradley Central (10) vs. Sullivan East (9), 2000 Most Assists 24 - CPA (vs. Manassas), Riverdale (vs. Brentwood), 2013 Most Steals 22 - Riverdale (vs. Brentwood), 2013 Most Blocked Shots 11 - Brainerd (vs. Austin East), 1999 Most Three Point Field Goals Attempted - Both Teams 47 - York (32) vs. Loretto (15), 1990 Most Three Point Field Goals Made - Both Teams 15 - Father Ryan (8) vs. Harding Aca. (7), Harpeth (9) vs. Wayne County (6), 1991 Least Turnovers 2 - Meigs Co. (vs. Hickman Co.), Bradford (vs. Hancock Co., 1993 TSSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL RECORDS STATE TOURNAMENT RECORDS TEAM - TOURNAMENT Most Points Riverdale, 2013 Most Field Goals Attempted Shelbyville, 1991 Most Field Goals Made 96 - Shelbyville, 1991 Best Field Goal Percentage B.T. Washington, 60 of 107, 1981 Most Free Throws Attempted Oak Ridge, 1986 Most Free Throws Made 71 - Westview, David Lipscomb, 1996 Best Free Throw Percentage Bradford, 31 of 34, 2001 Least Points Allowed 85 - Giles Co., 1981 Most Rebounds Coffee Co., 1993 Most Offensive Rebounds 51 - Shelbyville, 1991 Most Defensive Rebounds 94 - Wayne Co., 2011 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 63 - Riverdale, 2013 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 26 - Riverdale, 2013 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage 70 - Collinwood, 7 of 10, 1988 Most Assists 60 - Riverdale, 2013 Most Steals 43 - Celina, 1992 Least Turnovers 19 - Shelbyville, 1991 Most Blocked Shots 20 - Peabody,

111 TSSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL RECORDS INDIVIDUAL - SINGLE GAME Most Points 42 - Brooke Johnson (Seymour) vs. McMinn Cent., Sherelle Warren (Dyersburg) vs. Cocke Co., Kelli Davis (Loretto) vs. York, Stella Cannon (Melrose) vs. Shelbyville, Rhonda Mikes (Chatt. City) vs. Oliver Springs, Mellisa McCray (Science Hill) vs. York, Susan Wright (Humboldt) vs. Unicoi Co., 1985 Most Points in One Half 33 - Kelli Davis (Loretto) vs. York, 1990 Most Points in One Quarter 17 - Brynae Laxton (Oneida) vs. Moore Co., 1993 Most Field Goals Attempted 32 - Teresa Sugars (Memp. East) vs. Moore Co., 1993 Most Field Goals Made 18 - Brooke Johnson (Seymour) vs. McMinn Central, 2004 Best Field Goal Percentage Missy Herndon (Gibson Co.) vs. Bolton, 13 of 14, 1989 Most Consecutive Field Goals Made 10 - Brooke Johnson (Seymour) vs. McMinn Cent., Kim Webb (Smyrna) vs. Oak Ridge, 1982 Most Free Throws Attempted 22 - Angela Moorehead (Shelbyville) vs. Dyersburg, 1985 Most Free Throws Made 18 - Stella Cannon (Melrose) vs. Shelbyville, 1985 Best Free Throw Percentage (minimum 10 attempts) Tiffany Woosley (Shelbyville) vs. Glencliff, 16 of 16, Ashley McElhiney (Gleason) vs. Wayne Co., 14 of 14, Amy Geren (Bradley Central) vs. Lexington, 12 of 12, Tonya Tuggles (Bradford) vs. USJ, 12 of 12, Whitney Woodard (Memp. East) vs. Oak Ridge, 11 of 11, Jennifer Wilhelm (Shelbyville) vs. J. North Side, 11 of 11, Jennifer Farrar, Gibson Co. (vs. South Greene), 10 of 10, Jennifer Johnson, Mt. Juliet (vs. Oak Ridge), 10 of 10, Lanna Ownes (South Greene) vs. Cannon Co., 10 of 10, Abby Laws (Loretto) vs. Jackson Co., 10 of 10, 2012 Most Consecutive Free Throws Made (15 or more) 16 - Stella Cannon (Melrose) vs. Shelbyville, 1985 Most Rebounds 23 - Michelle Street (Bradford) vs. Gleason, 1993 Most Offensive Rebounds 17 - Michelle Street (Bradford) vs. Gleason, 1993 Most Defensive Rebounds 14 - Andrea Davidson, Jackson Co. (vs. McMinn Cent.), 2002 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 17 - Jenny Combs (Ezell-Harding) vs. Friendship Chr, Rachel Powell (Meigs Co.) vs. Gibson Co., 1991 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 8 - Jenny Combs (Ezell-Harding) vs. Friendship Chr, 2002 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum four made) Ashley McElhiney (Gleason) vs. Wayne Co., 4 of 4, Sunday Watson (Livingston Aca.) vs. Gibson Co., 4 of 4, Leslie Henley (Coffee Co.) vs. Franklin, 4 of 4, 1995 Most Consecutive Three-Point Field Goals Made 5 - Jenny Combs (Ezell-Harding) vs. Friendship Chr, Marcia Davis (Wayne Co.) vs. Harpeth, 1991 STATE TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL - SINGLE GAME CONT. Most Assists 14 - Brenda Randolph (Giles Co.) vs. Chatt. City, Mallory Charpentier (CPA) vs. Manassas, 2012 Most Steals 8 - Jennifer McInnis (Heritage) vs. J. North Side, Danielle Page (Bradford) vs. North Greene, Tela Ashlock (Celina) vs. J. North Side, 1992 Most Blocked Shots 9 - Krista Harrison (Hancock Co.) vs. Celina, 1994 INDIVIDUAL - TOURNAMENT Most Points (TOP 5) 87 - Stella Cannon (Melrose), Nicole Hobson (South Greene), Rhonda Mikes (Chatt. City), Tiffany Woosley (Shelbyville), Rhonda Mikes (Chatt. City), 1983 Most Field Goals Attempted 70 - Stella Cannon (Melrose), 1985 Most Field Goals Made 38 - Rhonda Mikes (Chatt. City), 1982 Best Field Goal Percentage Mary Thomison (Marshall Co.), 13 of 16, 1980 Most Free Throws Attempted 53 - Angela Moorehead (Shelbyville), 1985 Most Free Throws Made 38 - Tiffany Woosley (Shelbyville), 1990 Best Free Throw Percentage Jennifer Johnson (Mt. Juliet), 16 of 16, Becca Morris (Univ. Sch. of Jackson), 18 of 18, 2005 Most Consecutive Free Throws 20 - Stella Cannon (Melrose), 1985 Most Rebounds 55 - Michelle Street (Bradford), 1993 Most Offensive Rebounds 23 - Allison Sain (Coffee Co.), 1993 Most Defensive Rebounds 35 - Lauren Thompson (CPA), 2013 Most Consecutive Field Goals 11 - Paige McFarlin (Mt. Juliet) vs. Powell, 2005 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 34 - Jenny Combs (Ezell-Harding), 2002 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made 15 - Jenny Combs (Ezell-Harding), 2002 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 Attempts) Jaclyn Upchurch (Clarkrange.), 5 of 5, 2004 Most Assists 24 - Mallory Chapentier (CPA), 2012 Most Steals 15 - Jessica Henson (Bradford), 1998 Most Blocked Shots 15 - Julie Miller (Grundy Co.), Bethany Forslund (Happy Valley), Jessica Bobbitt (Peadoby),

112 Division I, Class AAA Year Player, School 2013 Tyisha Perry, Riverdale 2012 Shacobia Barbee, Riverdale 2011 Nina Davis, Memphis Central 2010 Shacobia Barbee, Riverdale 2009 Jessica Pace, Hillsboro 2008 Jasmine Hassell, Wilson Central 2007 Anne Marie Lanning, Riverdale 2006 Tierney Jenkins, Wilson Central 2005 Alysha Clark, Mt. Juliet 2004 Ashleigh Newman, Shelbyville 2003 Ashleigh Newman, Shelbyville 2002 Tina Broyhill, Sevier Co Abi Ramsey, Shelbyville 2000 Abi Ramsey, Shelbyville 1999 Kaia Jergenson, Gallatin 1998 Melody Saxon, Lawrence Co Leah Sharp, Oak Ridge 1996 Ginger Bryant, J. Central-Merry 1995 Amy Geren, Bradley Central 1994 Conswella Sparrow, Shelbyville 1993 Simone Caldwell, Oak Ridge 1992 Ginger Jared, White Co Michelle Johnson, Shelbyville 1990 Carolyn Aldridge, Glencliff 1989 Misty Lamb, Shelbyville 1988 Misty Lamb, Shelbyville 1987 Debbie Scott, Gallatin 1986 Angela Moorehead, Shelbyville 1985 Stella Cannon, Melrose 1984 Angela Moorehead, Shelbyville 1983 Rosalyn Driver, Mitchell 1982 Kim Webb, Smyrna 1981 Catherine Price, B.T. Washington 1980 Pat Hatmaker, Knox. Karns 1979 Cindy Jennings, Riverdale 1978 Dianne Jones, Bolivar 1977 Shelia Johannson, Mt. Juliet 1976 Tracy Dixon, Bradley Central TSSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL RECORDS PAST MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS Division I, Class AA Year Player, School 2013 Lauren Thompson, Christ Presbyterian Aca Lauren Thompson, Christ Presbyterian Aca Elizabeth Masengil, McMinn Central 2010 Heather Butler, Gibson Co Heather Griffin, Gibson Co Lauren March, Marshall Co LaKrystle Goss, Austin-East 2006 Whitney Houston, Hillcrest 2005 Bianca Thomas, Chester Co Katrina Beechboard, Livingston Aca Marissa Hensley, Jackson Co Andrea Davidson, Jackson Co Andrea Davidson, Jackson Co Joanna Chaffin, Jackson Co Paige Smith, Livingston Aca Julie Miller, Grundy Co Becky Myatt, Hickman Co Mona Thompson, Martin Westview 1995 Misty Greene, Meigs Co Tiffany Krantz, Livingston Aca Rachel Powell, Meigs Co Susan Starnes, South Greene 1991 Amy Engle, Unicoi Co Amy Brown, Livingston Aca Julie Powell, Cannon Co Debbie Hawhee, South Greene 1987 Nicole Hopson, South Greene 1986 Amy Fuller, David Lipscomb 1985 Susan Wright, Humboldt 1984 Dawn Marsh, Alcoa 1983 Rhonda Mikes, Chatt. City 1982 Rhonda Mikes, Chatt. City\ 1981 Brenda Randolph, Giles Co Cassandra Howard, Chester Co Ester Coleman, Humboldt 1978 Cassandra Howard, Chester Co Linda McKinnie, Bolivar 1976 Linda McKinnie, Bolivar Division I, Class A Year Player, School 2013 Jaycee Coe, Jackson Co Sydney Roach, Clay Co Carley Daniel, Wayne Co Laken Leonard, Jackson Co Tasha Phillips, Clarkrange 2008 Laken Leonard, Jackson Co Kayla Hudson, Gleason 2006 Gaby Bussell, Forrest 2005 Danielle Barnett, Peabody 2004 Michelle Snow, Clarkrange 2003 Jessica Bobbitt, Peabody 2002 Jenny Combs, Ezell Harding 2001 Erica Davenport, Wayne Co Jessica Henson, Bradford 1999 Ashley McElhiney, Gleason 1998 Tonya Tuggles, Bradford 1997 Tonya Tuggles, Bradford 1996 Tonya Tuggles, Bradford 1995 Andrea Hall, Clarkrange 1994 Brynae Laxton, Oneida 1993 Lee Ann Bell, Gleason 1992 Gail Holt, Moore Co Michelle Street, Bradford 1990 Heather Prater, WayneCo Barbara McGee, Denmark West 1988 Mia Daniel, Collinwood 1987 Kim Berry, Greenback 1986 Kim Berry, Greenback 1985 Shawn Monday, Clarkrange 1984 Shawn Monday, Clarkrange 1983 Becky Reynolds, Clarkrange 1982 Vicky Swindell, Bradford 1981 Dawn Miles, Polk County 1980 Dorris Garrett, Byrdstown 1979 Dorris Garrett, Byrdstown 1978 Perri Huckaby, Byrdstown 1977 Sharman Coley, South Fulton 1976 Debbie Joyner, Trezevant Division II, Class AA Year Player, School 2013 Justice Swett, Ensworth 2012 Chadarryl Clay, Girls Preparatory School 2011 Simone Busby, Girls Preparatory School 2010 Christina Slay, Ensworth 2009 Faith Dupree, Knoxville Webb 2008 Anna Bowers, Ensworth Division II, Class A Year Player, School 2013 Derica Wyatt, Franklin Road Academy 2012 Molly Melton, Webb School of Knoxville 2011 Derica Wyatt, Franklin Road Academy 2010 Kaylah Keys, Harding Academy 2009 Brittany Walls, Bishop Byrne 2008 Monica MIller, Lausanne Division II Year Player, School 2007 Glory Johnson, Knox. Webb 2006 Victoria Dunlap, Brentwood Aca Sarah Baker, Harpeth Hall 2004 Alliesha Easley, Briarcrest 2003 Jada Mincy, Briarcrest 2002 Jada Mincy, Briarcrest 2001 Ashley Earley, Briarcrest 2000 Alana Smith, Girls Prep. Sch Alana Smith, Girls Prep. Sch Ashley Earley, Briarcrest Large Year Player, School 1975 Data Caldwell, Bradley Central 1974 Marilyn Gilchrist, Selmer 1973 Kaye Bouldin, Warren Co. Small Year Player, School 1975 Susan Galloway, Yorkville 1974 Diane Spivey, Gainesboro 1973 Fran Anderson, Gainesboro No Classification Year Player, School 1972 Leila Jones, Gallatin 1971 Brenda Arnold, Lebanon 1970 Zandra Ownby, Bradley Central 1969 Darlene Talbot, Porter 1968 Sally Smith, Waverly 1967 Pat Gregory, Porter 1966 Jane Hill, Maury 1965 Jane Brock, Bradley Central Sylvia Lauderdale, Bradley Central Shelby Hicks, Milan 1959 No MVP Selected 1958 No MVP Selected 110

113 PAST MISS BASKETBALL AWARD WINNERS 2013 (A) Jaycee Coe, Jackson Co (A) Kristal Edney, Perry Co (A) Andrea Hall, Clarkrange (AA) Elizabeth Masengil, McMinn Cent (AA) Bianca Thomas, Chester Co. (AA) Misty Greene, Meigs Co. (AAA) Nina Davis, Memphis Central (AAA) Alysha Clark, Mt. Juliet (AAA) Conswella Sparrow, Shelbyville (DII-A) Derica Wyatt, FRA (DII) Sarah Baker, Harpeth Hall 1994 (A) Brynae Laxton, Oneida (DII-AA) Jasmine Cincore, Briarcrest 2004 (A) Merideth Richardson, Bradford (AA) Misty Greene, Meigs Co (A) T.T. Flowers, Lake Co. (AA) Katrina Beechboard, Livingston (AAA) Conswella Sparrow, Shelbyville (AA) Elizabeth Masengil, McMinn Cent (AAA) Alex Fuller, Shelbyville 1993 (A) Michelle Street, Bradford (AAA) Shacobia Barbee, Riverdale (DII) Sarah Baker, Harpeth Hall (AA) Rachael Powell, Meigs Co. (DII-A) Derica Wyatt, FRA 2003 (A) Merideth Richardson, Bradford (AAA) Tanika Smith, Knoxville Central (DII-AA) Chadarryl Clay, GPS (AA) Kendall Cavin, Westview 1992 (A) Michelle Street, Bradford 2011 (A) Carly Daniel, Wayne Co. (AAA) Ashley Shields, Melrose (AA) Rachael Powell, Meigs Co. (AA) Mackenzie Sells, Livingston Aca. (DII) Jada Mincy, Briarcrest (AAA) Latina Davis, Franklin Co. (AAA) Shacobia Barbee, Riverdale 2002 (A) Liz Strunk, Chatt. Christian 1991 (A) Heather Prater, Wayne Co. (DII-A) Marjorie Butler, Knox. Webb (AA) Andrea Davidson, Jackson Co. (AA) Amy Brown, Livingston Aca. (DII-AA) Chadarryl Clay, GPS (AAA) Ashley Johnson, Shelbyville (AAA) Tiffany Woosley, Shelbyville 2010 (A) Beth Hawn, Forrest (DII) Becky Brown, Harpeth Hall 1990 (A) Anne Cate, Memphis Prep (AA) Chassidy Fussell, Obion Co (A) Jenny Lannom, Bradford (AA) Julie Powell, Cannon Co. (AAA) Taylor Hall, Morristown West (AA) Andrea Davidson, Jackson Co. (AAA) Nikki McCray, Collierville (DII-A) Derica Wyatt, FRA (AAA) Brittany Jackson, Bradley Central 1989 (A) Mia Daniel, Collinwood (DII-AA) Paige Baechle, Pope John Paul II (DII) Ashley Earley, Briarcrest (AA) Julie Powell, Cannon Co (A) Laken Leonard, Jackson Co (A) Jessica Henson, Bradford (AAA) Misty Lamb, Shelbyville (AA) Lauren March, Marshall Co. (AA) Julie Aderhold, McMinn Central 1988 (A) Mia Daniel, Collinwood (AAA) Jasmine Hassell, Wilson Central (AAA) Tenisha Gist, McMinn Co. (AA) Debbie Hawhee, South Greene (DII-A) Lauren Avant, Lausanne (DII) Alana Smith, GPS (AAA) Debbie Scott, Gallatin (DII-AA) Faith Dupree, Knox. Webb 1999 (A) Ashley McElhiney, Gleason 1987 (A) Kim Berry, Greenback 2008 (A) Abby Andrews, Collinwood (AA) Michelle Smith, Brainerd (AA) Amy Fuller, David Lipscomb (AA) LaShay Davis, Upperman (AAA) Jennifer Wilson, Oak Ridge (AAA) Angela Moorehead, Shelbyville (AAA) Jasmine Hassell, Wilson Central (DII) Alana Smith, GPS 1986 (A) Lynn Stevenson, Richland (DII-A) Lauren Avant, Lausanne 1998 (A) Janet Holt, Moore Co. (AA) Amy Fuller, David Lipscomb (DII-AA) Glory Johnson, Knox. Webb (AA) Talisha Scates, Hickman Co. (AAA) Sherelle Warren, Dyersburg 2007 (A) Kayla Hudson, Gleason (AAA) Jennifer Wilson, Oak Ridge (AA) Gwen Delk, J. North Side (DII) Danna Simpson, Brentwood Aca. (AAA) Anne Marie Lanning, Riverdale 1997 (A) Tonya Tuggles, Bradford (DII) Glory Johnson, Knox. Webb (AA) Becky Myatt, Hickman Co (A) Alecia Weatherly, Perry Co. (AAA) Erin McGinnis, Oak Ridge (AA) Bianca Thomas, Chester Co (A) Kara Sanders, Gleason (AAA) Lakendra Phillips, Ridgeway (AA) Sunday Watson, Livingston Aca. (DII) Alliesha Easley, Briarcrest (AAA) Erin McGinnis, Oak Ridge 111

114 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Baseball State Champions Division I, Class A Division I, Class AA Team Champions Friendship Christian School (Lebanon, TN) Team Champions Pigeon Forge High School (Pigeon Forge, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Collierville High School (Collierville, TN) 112 Photos Provided By:

115 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Baseball State Champions Division II, Class A Team Champions Evangelical Christian School (Cordova) Division II, Class AA Team Champions Christian Brothers High School (Memphis, TN) Photos Provided By: 113

116 TSSAA BASEBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP Year Team Champion Runner-Up Score 2013 (AAA) Collierville (34-12) Farragut (35-9) 6-2 (AA) Pigeon Forge (39-2) Goodpasture (36-4) 5-3 (A) Friendship Christian (33-6) Silverdale (39-4) 4-0 (DII-AA) Christian Brothers (36-8) Montgomery Bell Academy 13-3 (DII-A) Evangelical Christian School (24-18) Harding Academy (33-8) (AAA) Arlington (33-11) Bearden (32-14) 9-3 (AA) Goodpasture (38-3-1) Spring Hill (35-9) 10-0 (A) Decatur Couonty Riverside (31-6) Eagleville (35-12) 8-1 (DII-AA) Battle Ground Academy (27-12) Memphis University School (30-9) 5-3 (DII-A) University School of Jackson (34-13) Harding Academy (30-14) (AAA) Farragut (37-8) Columbia Central (28-8) 2-0 (AA) David Lipscomb (26-9) Lexington (29-12) 9-4 (A) Decatur County Riverside (37-2) Friendship Christian (29-9) 6-1 (DII-AA) Christian Brothers (32-9) Memphis University School (27-6) 4-2 (DII-A) Evangelical Christian School (29-6) Webb School of Knoxville (31-8) (AAA) Farragut (42-6) Houston (33-13) 3-1 (AA) Gibbs (31-11) Spring Hill (35-8) 8-7 (A) Decatur County Riverside (34-5) Boyd Buchanan (25-8) 10-0 (DII-AA) Brentwood Academy (23-14) Memphis University School (28-10) (DII-A) Webb School of Knoxville (30-6) Jackson Christian (38-10) (AAA) Farragut (39-5) Mt. Juliet (31-13) 2-1 (AA) Dyer County Knoxville Catholic (32-7) 8-4 (A) Summertown (36-6) Decatur County Riverside (33-6) 3-2 (DII-AA) Brentwood Academy (30-6) St. Benedict (28-9) 12-2 (DII-A) Southern Baptist Ed. Center (28-10) Tipton-Rosemark (13-24) (AAA) Farragut (43-3) Bartlett (35-5) 10-6 (AA) Goodpasture (38-4) David Lipscomb (34-9) 10-0 (A) Jackson Christian (31-11) Huntingdon (29-10) 10-4 (DII-AA) Brentwood Academy (27-16) Baylor (33-8) 9-8 (DII-A) Harding Academy (20-13) Davidson Academy (34-9) (AAA) Bartlett (37-8) South Doyle (35-10) 18-7 (AA) Goodpasture (38-5) University School of Jackson (41-7) 5-4 (A) Friendship Christian (31-11) Jackson Christian (33-13) 13-3 (Div. II) Christian Brothers (37-8) McCallie (23-20) (AAA) Farragut ( ) Bartlett (33-13) 7-0 (AA) Covington (36-10) University School of Jackson (28-11) 9-1 (A) McKenzie (29-8) Forrest (34-5) 2-0 (Div. II) Baylor (38-9) Battle Ground Academy (32-10) (AAA) Houston (36-8) Nashville Overton (39-5) 9-1 (AA) David Lipscomb (28-8) Pigeon Forge (28-10) 7-1 (A) USJ Forfeited Due to Playing an Ineligible Player Friendship Christian (38-6) (Div. II) Christian Brothers (34-8) Webb School of Knoxville (25-9) (AAA) Farragut (46-2) Knoxville Halls (32-12) 3-1 (AA) Milan (41-3) Covington (34-7) 5-0 (A) Goodpasture (40-5) Mt. Pleasant (38-3-1) 5-3 (Div. II) Montgomery Bell Academy (26-12) Christian Brothers (35-9) (AAA) Farragut (46-2) Munford (24-16) 6-0 (AA) Ripley (35-11) Jackson South Side (31-11) 6-4 (A) Davidson Academy (36-12) University School of Jackson (43-10) 8-7 (Div. II) Baylor (32-13) Webb School of Knoxville (AAA) LaVergne (29-7) Farragut (36-10) 2-1 (AA) Lexington (35-10) Gibbs (28-9) 5-4 (A) University School of Jackson (40-6) Columbia Academy (29-9) 13-7 (Div. II) Father Ryan (26-8) Baylor (24-13)

117 TSSAA BASEBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP Year Team Champion Runner-Up Score 2001 (AAA) Germantown (30-10) Farragut (36-9) 9-7 (AA) David Lipscomb (28-9) Milan (29-11) 5-2 (A) University School of Jackson (32-10) Franklin Road Academy (26-9) 5-3 (Div. II) Christian Brothers (35-9) Evangelical Christian School (25-15) (AAA) Oakland (40-3) Hendersonville (23-13) 4-0 (AA) White House (32-4) Covington (26-17) 6-2 (A) Franklin Road Academy (26-8) Jackson Christian (32-9) 8-7 (Div. II) Christian Brothers (41-5) Evangelical Christian School (23-13) (AAA) Oakland (38-2) Farragut (34-10) 10-0 (AA) Covington (31-7) Marshall County (31-2) 7-4 (A) University School of Jackson (36-5) Franklin Road Academy (31-3) 7-6 (Div. II) Goodpasture (28-15) Christian Brothers (28-14) (AAA) Science Hill (33-8) Germantown (40-4) 8-3 (AA) David Lipscomb (25-1) Unicoi County (24-10) 7-5 (A) Coalfield (22-9) Mt. Pleasant (24-7) 7-5 (Div. II) Evangelical Christian School (25-5) Battle Ground Academy (22-11) (AAA) Christian Brothers (35-5) Tullahoma (27-12) 3-0 (AA) Brentwood Academy (23-9) Unicoi County (34-5) 5-4 (A) Goodpasture (30-8) Jackson Christian (30-10) (AAA) Houston (35-7) Dobyns Bennett (31-5) 3-2 (AA) Evangelical Christian School (31-3) Brentwood Academy (23-13) 9-2 (A) South Pittsburg (28-8) Huntland (18-9) (AAA) Germantown (38-0) Montgomery Bell Academy (30-4) 6-3 (AA) Unicoi County (33-7) Marshall County (29-5) 9-3 (A) Goodpasture (29-11) Adamsville (35-12) (AAA) Bradley Central (35-2) Dobyns Bennett (29-6) 8-1 (AA) Marshall County (30-2) Unicoi County (36-5) 12-5 (A) Columbia Academy (25-3) Goodpasture (27-7) (AAA) Montgomery Bell Academy (27-6) Germantown (32-5) 2-1 (AA) Marshall County (26-3) Kingston (28-6) 10-0 (A) Upperman (31-4) Huntland (26-9) (AAA) Warren County (27-5) Germantown (32-5) 4-2 (AA) Unicoi County (31-5) Union City (19-8) 13-3 (A) Summertown (22-4) Davidson Academy (19-6) (AAA) Munford (28-1) Bradley Central (30-6-1) 6-4 (AA) Unicoi County (26-10) Brentwood Academy (23-5) 4-3 (A) Upperman (25-8) Columbia Academy (25-4) (AAA) Knoxville Central (31-0) Munford (34-4) 13-5 (AA) Tullahoma (24-4) Marion County (18-13) 14-2 (A) Donelson Christian Academy (18-9) Charleston (22-8) (AAA) Maryville (23-8) McGavock (36-6) 2-1 (AA) Evangelical Christian School (30-0) Marshall County (24-5) 6-5 (A) Ezell Harding (21-6) Mt. Pleasant (25-5) (AAA) John Overton (25-2) Farragut (31-5) 3-2 (AA) Goodpasture (26-4) Unicoi County (25-3) 6-3 (A) Franklin Road Academy (28-3) Memphis Skyview (27-6) (AAA) Sullivan South (26-12) Christian Brothers 8-2 (AA) Chattanooga Central (35-4) Unicoi County 3-2 (A) Dresden (19-6) University School (AAA) McGavock (39-3) Tullahoma (27-11) 5-0 (AA) David Lipscomb (26-8) Unicoi County (38-4) 5-3 (A) Memphis Skyview (25-8) Charleston (AAA) Sullivan North (30-9) McGavock (39-3) 7-0 (AA) Chattanooga Central (39-9) Decatur County Riverside (16-7) 6-3 (A) Webb School of Knoxville (24-6) Memphis Skyview (27-8)

118 TSSAA BASEBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP Year Team Champion Runner-Up Score 1984 (AAA) McGavock (36-4) Sullivan North 6-2 (AA) Unicoi County (35-2) Union City 7-2 (A) Franklin Road Academy (24-4) Memphis Skyview (13-14) (AAA) Sullivan North (19-10) Mt. Juliet (17-9) 8-2 (AA) Marshall County (31-0) Gibbs (17-9) 3-0 (A) Madisonville (16-2) Memphis Skyview (19-8) (AAA) Farragut (26-5) Christian Brothers (26-2) 4-3 (AA) Beech (21-6) Harding Academy (21-5) 4-1 (A) David Lipscomb (26-2) Upperman (23-3-1) (AAA) Germantown (31-3) Science Hill (23-8) 6-2 (AA) White Station (24-2) Powell (21-22) 8-4 (A) Memphis Skyview (20-12) Madisonville (20-13) (AAA) Maplewood (23-1) Bradley Central (26-3) 4-0 (AA) Bishop Byrne (30-4) Sullivan West 3-2 (A) Lookout Valley (20-6) David Lipscomb (24-8) (AAA) Antioch (21-6) Knoxville South Young (26-8) 5-2 (AA) Notre Dame (28-5) Marshall County (15-6) 8-1 (A) Sullivan West (21-5) Summertown (18-7) (AAA) Montgomery Bell Academy (20-2) David Crockett (25-9) 8-3 (AA) Goodlettsville (20-4) Brentwood (10-12) 11-2 (A) David Lipscomb (29-4) Sullivan West (AAA) Soddy Daisy (21-6) Lawrenceburg (20-4) 3-2 (AA) Hillwood (16-8) Maryville (23-10) 5-2 (A) Lookout Valley (26-1) David Lipscomb (18-3) McCallie (24-3) McGavock (32-8) McGavock (32-6) Dobyns Bennett (32-5) Tullahoma Cookeville (29-3)

119 TSSAA BASEBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP Year Team Champion Runner-Up Score 1973 Knoxville Central (17-9) Tullahoma (29-5) Montgomery Bell Academy (23-4) Christian Brothers (18-6) John Overton (19-4) Dobyns Bennett (20-6) Glencliff (19-3) Christian Brothers (17-6) Treadwell (20-5) Glencliff (17-5) Franklin County (31-3) John Overton (19-6) Tennessee (27-5) Chattanooga Central (18-5) Kingsbury (21-4) Fulton (22-3) Brainerd (24-3) Kingsbury (19-4) Christian Brothers (21-2) Donelson (16-2) Science Hill (22-3) Christian Brothers (20-3) Science Hill (22-2) Memphis Messick (15-9) Christian Brothers (20-2) Hillsboro (13-3) Chattanooga Central (20-2) Antioch (13-3) Christian Brothers (20-2) Nashville Isaac Litton (16-3) Memphis Central (16-2) Elizabethton Dobyns Bennett (24-2) Christian Brothers Chattanooga Central (17-1) Treadwell Chattanooga Central (14-4) Treadwell Memphis South Side (19-3) Covington Memphis Central (24-1) Nashville West Dobyns Bennett (23-1) Memphis Central (12-6) Memphis South Side (19-5) Science Hill Chattanooga City (19-0) Memphis South Side (21-4) Nashville North (13-2) Christian Brothers (17-3) Christian Brothers (23-3) Memphis Central Science Hill (21-2) Christian Brothers (27-6)

120 TSSAA STATE TOURNAMENT BASEBALL RECORDS MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 11 - Christian Brothers ( ) 8 - Farragut ( ) 8 - Goodpasture ( ) 7 - David Lipscomb ( ) 5 - Chattanooga Central ( ) 5 - Evangelical Christian School ( ) 4 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 4 - Montgomery Bell Academy ( ) 4 - Science Hill ( ) 4 - Unicoi Co. ( ) 4 - University School of Jackson ( ) 3 - Decatur Co. Riverside ( ) 3 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 3 - Germantown ( ) 3 - Marshall Co. ( ) 3 - McGavock ( ) 2 - Baylor ( ) 2 - Covington ( ) 2 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 2 - Friendship Christian ( ) 2 - Houston ( ) 2 - John Overton ( ) 2 - Knoxville Central ( ) 2 - Lookout Valley ( ) 2 - Memphis Central ( ) 2 - Memphis Skyview ( ) 2 - Memphis South Side ( ) 2 - Oakland ( ) 2 - Sullivan North ( ) 2 - Summertown ( ) 2 - Tullahoma ( ) 2 - Upperman ( ) 2 - Webb School of Knoxville ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Farragut ( ) 3 - Brentwood Academy ( ); Decatur County Riverside ( ) 2 - Chattanooga Central ( ); Christian Brothers ( ); Farragut ( ); Goodpasture ( ); Marshall Co. ( ); Oakland ( ); Science Hill ( ); Unicoi Co. ( ); Univ. School of Jackson ( ) TEAM - SINGLE GAME MOST HITS 25 - Ezell Harding (vs. Mt. Pleasant), 1989 MOST HOME RUNS 5 - Jackson Christian (vs. Lookout Valley), Donelson Christian Aca. (vs. Memphis Skyview), Friendship Christian (vs. Huntingdon), Jackson Christian (vs. Lookout Valley), 2007 MOST RUNS IN A INNING 11 - Dyersburg (vs. McMinn Central), Ezell Harding (vs. Mt. Pleasant), Goodpasture (vs. Rockwood), Jackson Christian (vs. Lookout Valley), 2007 MOST RUNS 25 - Ezell Harding (vs. Mt. Pleasant), 1989 MOST RUNS - BOTH TEAMS 28 - McCallie (vs. Briarcrest), 2007 MOST STOLEN BASES 14 - Ravenwood (vs. Lincoln Co.), 2008 MOST WALKS 13 - Charelston (vs. Huntland), TEAM - TOURNAMENT MOST HITS 73 - Jackson Christian, Friendship Christian, Christian Brothers, University School of Jackson, Covington, Houston, South Doyle, 2007 MOST HOME RUNS 14 - Friendship Christian, Jackson Christian, South Doyle, 2007 MOST RUNS SCORED 75 - Jackson Christian, Friendship Christian, University School of Jackson, 2007 MOST STOLEN BASES 21 - Donelson Christian Academy, 1990 MOST INNINGS 11 - Bradley Central vs. White Station, Goodpasture vs. Dyer County, Goodpasture vs. Seymour, 2007 INDIVIDUAL - SINGLE GAME MOST HITS 5 - Tyler Pattat, Ripley (vs. Pigeon Forge, 2005) 4 - Christopher Wright, Baylor (vs. Brentwood Aca.), Taylor Dillon, Briarcrest (vs. Father Ryan), Adam Anderson, Columbia Aca. (vs. University School JC), Jason Hull, David Lipscomb (vs. Pigeon Forge), Bryson Homer, Dyersburg (vs. McMinn Central), Ian Clay, Evangelical Chr. Sch. (vs. CBHS), Paul Mann, Ezell Harding (vs. Mt. Pleasant), Cody Brown, Farragut (vs. Hunters Lane), Dylan Lynch, Father Ryan (vs. Evangelical Chr. Sch), Ben Petsch, Father Ryan (vs. Evangelical Chr. Sch.), Jo Stewart, Father Ryan (vs. Brentwood Aca.), Brian Nellet, Huntingdon (vs. Chattanooga Christian), David Pledge, Jackson Christian (vs. Mt. Plesant), Chris Russell, Jackson South Side (vs. Gibbs), Brian Cronk, Knoxville Webb (vs. Briarcrest), Daniel George, Marshall County (vs. Union City), Josh McKinney, McCallie (vs. Briarcrest), Tanner Moore, McCallie (vs. Brentwood Aca.), Ryan Murphy, McCallie (vs. Christian Brothers), Matt Vischetti, McCallie (vs. Briarcrest), Stan Elkins, Memphis Skyview (vs. Donelson Chr. Aca.), Grant Martin, Montgomery Bell Academy, Gossett, Seymour (vs. Marshall County), Logan Hendrix, Summertown (vs. Jackson Chr.), Paul Bosse, Tullahoma (vs. Knoxville Halls), A.J. Morris, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. Rockwood), Ryan Ross, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. Friendship Chr.), Adam Warren, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. Columbia Aca.), 2002 MOST DOUBLES 4 - David Pledge, Jackson Christian (vs. Mt. Pleasant), 1998 MOST TRIPLES 2 - Jason Davis, Davidson Aca. (vs. Lake County), Troy Crawford, Marshall County (vs. Ridgeway), Neylan Roberts, Mt. Plesant (vs. Huntingdon), Tyler Cannon, Pigeon Forge (vs. Harpeth), Tyler Pattat, Ripley (vs. Pigeon Forge), Franklin Payne, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. Univ. School JC), 2002 MOST HOME RUNS 2 - Lee Maasen, Friendship Christian (vs. Unaka), Chase Presley, Jackson Chr. (vs. Lookout Valley), Greg Wood, Jackson Christian (vs. Lookout Valley), Matt Sharpe, Lincoln Co. (vs. Ravenwood), Andy Anderson, Montgomery Bell Aca. (vs. Oakland), Brad French, Montgomery Bell Aca. (vs. SBEC), Logan McNulty, Seymour (vs. Covington), Clayton Gant, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. Friendship Chr.), 2005 MOST RBI S 7 - Lance Rorex, Lookout Valley (vs. Harriman), Andy Anderson, Montgomery Bell Aca. (vs. Oakland), 2005

121 TSSAA STATE TOURNAMENT BASEBALL RECORDS MOST RUNS SCORED 4 - Mark Jacobs, Brentwood Academy (vs. Baylor), Ryan Young, Brentwood Academy (vs. Union City), Zane Mathis, Dyersburg (vs. McMinn Central), Chad Fulgham, Ezell Harding (vs. Mt. Pleasant), Tony Delmonico, Farragut (vs. Hunters Lane), Brian Nellet, Huntingdon (vs. Chattanooga Christian), Garrett Pipkin, Ripley (vs. Greenbrier), Jeremy Bradford, McCallie (vs. Christian Brothers), Adam Warren, Univ. Sch. of Jackson (vs. ColumbiaAca.), 2002 MOST STOLEN BASES 4 - Nate Kukowski, Ravenwood (vs. Lincoln Co.), 2008 MOST ASSIST 8 - Bram Cannon, Briarcrest (vs. Knoxville Webb), Paul Mann, Ezell Harding (vs. University School JC), Chris Rankhorn, Hunters Lane (vs. Columbia), Clay Wright, Munford (vs. Farragut), 2004 INDIVIDUAL - TOURNAMENT MOST HITS 13 - Lee Maasen, Friendship Christian, Justin Liles, University School of Jackson, Joe Freeman, Covington, 2004 MOST DOUBLES 5 - Tyler Bigler, Spring Hill, J.P. Wilcher, Brentwood Academy, Ryan Fesmire, Franklin Road Academy, Lee Maasen, Friendship Christian, Chris Heflin, McGavock, Josh Bevell, Southern Baptist Educational Center, Robert Wilson, Unicoi County, Adam Warren, University School of Jackson, 2002 MOST TRIPLES 2 - Wes Hodges, Baylor, Jason Davis, Davidson Academy, Kerry Coker, Donelson Christian Academy, Troy Charlton, Ezell Harding, Bryant Alsup, Friendship Christian, Jospeh Hunter, Germantown, Gary Cadigan, Jackson Christian, Troy Crawford, Marsahll County, Neylan Roberts, Mt. Pleasant, Matt Pryor, Seymour, Franklin Payne, University School of Jackson, Adam Warren, University School of Jackson, 2003 MOST HOME RUNS 4 - Jon Miller, Friendship Christian, Chase Presley, Jackson Christian, Mason Graham, Brentwood Academy, Lee Maasen, Friendship Christian, Wade Mitchell, Friendship Christian, Greg Wood, Jackson Christian, 2007 MOST RBI S 19 - Jon Miller, Friendship Christian, Chase Presley, Jackson Christian, Josh Liles, University School of Jackson, 2007 MOST RUNS SCORED 12 - Stuart Vinson, Baylor, Lee Maasen, Friendship Christian, Bryant Alsup, Friendship Christian, Josh Liles, University School of Jackson, 2007 MOST STOLEN BASES 6 - Benji Fesmire, University School of Jackson, Chuck Reasonover, Donelson Christian Academy, Brett Barry, Jackson Christian, Nate Kukowski, Ravenwood, Denver Moore, Ridgeway, Josh Liles, University School of Jackson, 2007 MOST ASSISTS 20 - Cody Willoughby, Davidson Academy, Wes Hodges, Baylor, Gunter Delashmitt, Covington, Bram Cannon, Briarcrest, Josh Fletcher, Baylor, Alan Wright, Christian Brothers, Paul Mann, Ezell Harding, Steve Lentz, Marshall County, 1989 PITCHING - SINGLE GAME FEWEST H ITS ALLOWED 0 - Tyler Sullivan, Battle Ground Academy (vs. McCallie) 0 - Marc Ashley, Collierville (vs. Knoxville Halls), Keith Lamber, Goodpasture (vs. Oakdale), David Shifford, Montgomery Bell Aca. (vs. Oakland), 1995 MOST STRIKEOUTS (7 INNINGS) 16 - Phillip Pfeifer, Farragut (vs. Lincoln Co.), Toby Woodlee, Grundy County (vs. Milan), Buddy Dodson, Seymour (vs. Ridgeway), 1993 MOST STRIKEOUTS (EXTRA INNINGS) 17 - R.A. Dickey, Montgomery Bell Academy (vs. Germantown), 9 Innings, 1993 PITCHING - TOURNAMENT MOST APPEARANCES 4 - Steve Sweat, Lexington, Matt Johnson, Ravenwood, Trevor Wilson, Warren County, 1992 MOST INNINGS PITCHED R.A. Dickey, Motgomery Bell Academy, 1993 MOST STRIKEOUTS 24 - R.A. Dickey, Montgomery Bell Academy, Nate Hall, Knoxville Webb, 2003 MOST WINS 3 - Ryan Johnson, Davidson Academy, Clay Fowler, Jackson Christian, Clayton Gant, University School of Jackson, Trevor Wilson, Warren County, 1992 MOST WINS IN RELEIF 2 - Trevor Wilson, Warren County,

122 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Girls Softball State Champions Division I, Class A Division I, Class AA Team Champions Richland High School (Lynnville, TN) Team Champions Lexington High School (Lexington, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Smyrna High School (Smyrna, TN) 120 Photos Provided By:

123 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Girls Softball State Champions Division II, Class A Team Champions Ezell-Harding Christian School (Antioch, TN) Division II, Class AA Team Champions Baylor School (Chattanooga, TN) Photos Provided By: 121

124 TSSAA GIRLS SOFTBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP Year Team Champion Runner-Up Score 2013 (AAA) Smyrna Dickson County (35-15) 6-3 (AA) Lexington (48-6) Goodpasture (24-10) 13-2 (A) Richland ( ) Gordonsville 2-0 (DII-AA) Baylor (36-7) Pope John Paul II 17-1 (DII-A) Ezell-Harding (33-10) University School of Jackson (24-7) (AAA) Soddy-Daisy (46-5) Daniel Boone (49-6) 7-0 (AA) Gibbs (42-5) Goodpasture (25-7) 2-0 (A) Chattanooga Grace (33-9) Decatur County Riverside (43-7) 3-2 (DII-AA) Baylor (39-5) Girls Preparatory School (25-13) 6-3 (DII-A) University School of Jackson (36-7) Davidson Academy (29-5) (AAA) Beech ( ) Soddy-Daisy (41-9) 2-1 (AA) Goodpasture (36-3) Lexington (34-8) 13-2 (A) Decatur County Riverside (35-4) Chattanooga Grace (42-9) 10-0 (DII-AA) Baylor (33-8) Girls Preparatory School (18-15) 3-0 (DII-A) Tipton-Rosemark (19-7) University School of Jackson (27-6) (AAA) Soddy-Daisy (52-2) Beech (48-6-1) 8-5 (AA) Camden Central (50-2) Covington (48-3) 4-1 (A) Trinity Christian (49-2) Chattanooga Grace (31-8) 2-1 (DII-AA) Girls Preparatory School (33-6) Baylor (25-13) 6-2 (DII-A) University School of Jackson (35-5) Davidson Academy (38-16) (AAA) Riverdale (46-7) Beech (40-4) 9-1 (AA) Unicoi County (48-4) Goodpasture 3-1 (A) Trinity Christian (46-1) Forrest (27-8) 5-4 (DII-AA) Girls Preparatory School (25-7) St. Benedict (32-15) 5-1 (DII-A) Davidson Academy ( ) Southern Baptist Educational Center (25-3) (AAA) Ooltewah (46-3-1) Beech (43-9) 6-1 (AA) Goodpasture (43-6) Gibbs (38-9) 4-2 (A) Forrest (37-7) Trinity Christian (43-8) 5-4 (DII-AA) Girls Preparatory Schoool (29-4-1) St. Benedict (31-17) 15-0 (DII-A) Davidson Academy ( ) Southern Baptist Educational Center (18-6) (AAA) Soddy-Daisy (47-4) Mt. Juliet (47-1) 2-1 (AA) Goodpasture (38-14) Camden (46-10) 4-3 (A) Trinity Christian (46-5) Forrest (35-12) 3-0 (Div. II) Girls Preparatory School (31-5) Pope John Paul II ( ) (AAA) Soddy-Daisy (38-4) Mt. Juliet (40-11) 3-0 (AA) Goodpasture (39-5-1) Covington (35-7) 6-1 (A) Trinity Christian (40-3) Columbia Academy (31-7) 4-1 (Div. II) Father Ryan (34-13) Girls Preparatory School (27-13) (AAA) Red Bank ( ) Soddy-Daisy (47-5-1) 3-0 (AA) Marshall County (30-9-4) Walker Valley (37-13) 3-2 (A) Goodpasture (54-6-1) Boyd Buchanan (33-10) 4-1 (Div. II) Baylor (35-7) Girls Preparatory School (30-9) (AAA) Beech (42-7) Soddy Daisy (52-7) 3-1 (AA) Lenoir City (31-10) Marshall County (27-16) 4-3 (A) Goodpasture (43-5) Boyd Buchanan (37-11) 3-0 (Div. II) Baylor (43-7) St. Benedict (34-10) (AAA) Soddy-Daisy (47-6) Cumberland County (47-6) 3-0 (AA) Greenbrier (37-11) Gibbs (35-13) 6-1 (A) Goodpasture (49-5-1) Boyd Buchanan (30-10) 4-1 (Div. II) Baylor (34-9) Father Ryan ( ) (AAA) Dickson County (42-5) Maryville (37-7) 8-4 (AA) Unicoi County (50-3) Giles County (34-8) 4-0 (A) Davidson Academy (39-9) Forrest (41-5) 1-0 (Div. II) Brentwood Academy (28-8) Father Ryan (28-11) (AAA) Beech (45-6) Columbia Central (26-17) 2-1 (AA) Giles County (39-10) Lexington (33-6) 4-2 (A) Ezell Harding (40-4) Goodpasture (28-2) 8-0 (Div. II) Girls Preparatory School (37-5) Father Ryan ((36-10) (AAA) Soddy-Daisy (48-6) Hendersonville (45-13) 4-2 (AA) Gibbs (36-7) David Lipscomb (37-6) 9-1 (A) Ezell Harding (31-2) Boyd Buchanan (25-11) 10-0 (Div. II) Girls Preparatory School (26-9) Brentwood Academy (24-11) (AAA) Soddy-Daisy (49-8) Beech (34-16) 4-1 (AA) Gibbs (40-6) Giles County (32-4) 12-4 (A) Ezell Harding (39-5) Davidson Academy (31-13) 8-0 (Div. II) Goodpasture (42-10) Girls Preparatory School (34-9)

125 TSSAA GIRLS SOFTBALL PAST TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP Year Team Champion Runner-Up Score 1998 (AAA) East Ridge (33-4) Beech (27-15) 9-3 (AA) Gibbs (41-2) Spring Hill (22-9) 2-0 (A) Ezell Harding (26-5) Davidson Academy (24-6) 11-3 (Div. II) Girls Preparatory School (30-6) Goodpasture (37-6) (AAA) Beech (30-10) Ooltewah (39-8) 12-5 (AA) David Lipscomb (43-5) Girls Preparatory School (33-6) 11-6 (A) Ezell Harding (35-5) Goodpasture (39-9) (AAA) East Ridge (41-4) Father Ryan (40-11) 4-0 (AA) Waverly Central (29-8) Page (21-13) 1-0 (A) Goodpasture (36-8) Ezell Harding (35-7) (AAA) Father Ryan (45-3) Ooltewah (34-7) 5-0 (AA) Notre Dame (34-4) Waverly Central (27-11) 3-0 (A) Ezell Harding (34-7) Huntland (29-8) (AAA) Baylor (31-9) Ooltewah (34-8) 2-1 (AA) David Lipscomb (30-5) Notre Dame (30-6) 13-2 (A) Ezell Harding (34-7) Goodpasture (31-4) (AAA) Baylor (20-13) Brentwood (36-11) 3-2 (AA) David Lipscomb (31-2) Notre Dame (30-7) 9-2 (A) Ezell Harding (24-6) Whitwell (26-4) (AAA) Ooltewah (34-5) Brentwood (38-4) 1-0 (AA) Brentwood Academy (39-5) David Lipscomb (32-13) 6-3 (A) Ezell Harding (35-2) Lookout Valley (22-10) (AAA) Soddy-Daisy (39-5) Brentwood 2-1 (AA) Brentwood Academy (29-4) Powell 7-5 (A) Ezell Harding (32-6) Lookout Valley (AAA) Ooltewah (32-10) Germantown (37-7) 9-5 (AA) Sequatchie County (20-6) Brentwood Academy (28-7) 10-5 (A) Ezell Harding (30-4) Lookout Valley (18-4) (AAA) Brentwood (33-9) Red Bank (23-11) 5-3 (AA) Powell (36-3) Covington (24-11) 8-1 (A) Boyd Buchanan (26-2) Ezell Harding (32-4) (AAA) Hixson (33-6) McGavock (31-16) 6-1 (AA) Gibbs (24-3) Brentwood Academy (24-13) 5-1 (A) Ezell Harding (39-3) Boyd Buchanan (29-4) (AAA) Hixson (34-6) Bartlett (26-11) 7-6 (AA) Gibbs (33-0) Brentwood Academy (22-12) 14-2 (A) Boyd Buchanan (23-2) Ezell Harding (27-5) (AAA) Mt. Juliet (25-7) Karns (26-4) 4-2 (AA) Gibbs (31-1) Covington 4-3 (A) Memphis Skyview (31-5) Monterey (AAA) Germantown (26-7) Red Bank (24-3) 5-4 (AA) Chattanooga Central (22-11) Memphis Catholic 3-1 (A) Memphis Skyview (31-6) Westmoreland (AAA) Hixson (23-4) Memphis Overton (23-8) 6-0 (AA) Gibbs (20-4) Camden 8-7 (A) Memphis Skyview (31-5) Nashville Christian (AAA) Hixson (13-4) Mt. Juliet (21-2) 7-6 (AA) Gibbs (26-0) Camden (20-1) 7-6 (A) Memphis Skyview (27-3) Whitwell (13-5) (AAA) Farragut (28-1) Gallatin (20-6) 12-5 (AA) Ooltewah (22-3) Chester County 13-1 (A) Memphis Oakhaven Baptist (21-0) Westmoreland (AAA) Red Bank (27-1) Millington 8-6 (AA) Giles County (18-9) West Greene 9-3 (A) Westmoreland (11-2) Memphis Oakhaven Baptist (AAA) Morristown East (26-1) Smyrna (16-5) 4-3 (AA) Giles County (20-3) Goodlettsville (19-4) 11-6 (A) Memphis Skyview (26-2) Boyd Buchanan (AAA) East Ridge (18-4) Millington 16-3 (AA) Giles County (15-2) Kingston 9-2 (A) Richland (12-3) North Greene

126 TSSAA STATE TOURNAMENT GIRLS SOFTBALL RECORDS MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 13 - Ezell Harding ( ) 9 - Gibbs ( ) 9 - Goodpasture ( ) 8 - Baylor ( ) 8 - Soddy Daisy ( ) 7 - Girls Preparatory School ( ) 5 - Memphis Skyview ( ) 4 - Beech ( ) 4 - Giles Co. ( ) 4 - Hixson ( ) 4 - Ooltewah ( ) 4 - Trinity Christian ( ) 3 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 3 - David Lipscomb ( ) 3 - Davidson Academy ( ) 3 - East Ridge ( ) 2 - Boyd Buchanan ( ) 2 - Father Ryan ( ) 2 - Red Bank ( ) 2 - Richland ( ) 2 - Unicoi Co. ( ) 2 - University School of Jackson ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 6 - Ezell Harding ( ) 6 - Goodpasture ( ) 5 - Ezell Harding ( ) 4 - Girls Preparatory School ( ) 4 - Memphis Skyview ( ) 3 - Baylor ( ); ( ) 3 - Gibbs ( ); ( ) 3 - Giles Co. ( ) 2 - Baylor ( ); Brentwood Academy ( ); David Lipscomb ( ); Davidson Academy ( ); Gibbs ( ); Girls Preparatory School ( ); Hixson ( ); ( ); Soddy Daisy ( ); ( ); Trinity Chr. ( ); ( ) TEAM - SINGLE GAME MOST HITS IN ONE INNING 9 - Forrest (vs. Cosby), 2002 MOST HITS 26 - Davidson Academy (vs. Harriman), 2002 MOST DOUBLES 7 - Davidson Academy (vs. Harriman), 2002 MOST TRIPLES 4 - Brentwood (vs. Knoxville Halls), David Lipscomb (vs. Girls Preparatory School), Lookout Valley (vs. Bishop Byrne), Lookout Valley (vs. South Fulton), 2004 MOST HOME RUNS 4 - East Hamilton (vs. Lexington), Gibbs (vs. Greenbrier), University School of Jackson (vs. Davidson Aca.), 2010 MOST RBI S 20 - Forrest (vs. Cosby), 2002 MOST RUNS IN A INNING 14 - Forrest (vs. Cosby), 2002 MOST RUNS 24 - Memphis Skyview (vs. Springfield), 1989 MOST RUNS - BOTH TEAMS 31 - Memphis Skyview 18, Richland 13, 1988 MOST STOLEN BASES 8 - Ezell Harding (vs. Boyd Buchanan), 2000 MOST WALKS 23 - Forrest (vs. McKenzie), 1991 MOST TRIPLE PLAYS 1 - McKenzie (vs. Marshall County), 1994 MOST INNINGS 16 - Baylor vs. Brentwood TEAM - TOURNAMENT MOST HITS 73 - Girls Preparatory School, 1997 MOST DOUBLES 14 - Davidson Academy, 2002 MOST TRIPLES 9 - Ezell Harding, Gibbs, 2000 MOST HOME RUNS 8 - East Hamilton, Lexington, Clarksville, Baylor 2013 MOST RBI S 36 - Ezell Harding, 1998 MOST RUNS 60 - Girls Preparatory School, 1997 MOST STOLEN BASES 17 - Ezell Harding, South Fulton, 2000 MOST WALKS 29 - Forrest, 1991 MOST TRIPLE PLAYS 1 - McKenzie, 1994 MOST EXTRA INNING GAMES Tournament MOST HOME RUNS Tournament (A: 17; AA: 24; AAA: 16; DII-A: 5; DII-AA: 10) MOST GRAND SLAMS Tournament (A: 2; AA: 1, DII-AA: 1) INDIVIDUAL - GAME MOST HITS 5 - Megan Pauls, Baylor (vs. Briarcrest), Lesley Cothren, Davidson Academy (vs. Harriman), Kelia Sullivan, Huntingdon (vs. Midway), 2008 MOST DOUBLES 3 - Kristin Stanfill, Beech (vs. Bolton), Kristi Hogle, Bishop Byrne (vs. Moore County), 1992 MOST TRIPLES 2 - Meghan Pauls, Baylor (vs. FACS, 2004) 2 - Amanda Graves, Beech (vs. Bartlett), Joni Chandler, Brentwood (vs. Knoxville Halls), Ashley Lovell, Brentwood (vs. Collierville), Jennifer Cannon, David Lipscomb (vs. Chatt. Central), Kristy Tidwell, David Lipscomb (vs. GPS), Tabby Waller, Davidson Aca. (vs. Chr. Aca. of Knox.), Kristi Dube, Ezell Harding (vs. Moore County), Ashley Wilson, Ezell Harding (vs. Lookout Valley), Brooke Sieble, Father Ryan (vs. Powell), Andrea Dunford, Friendship Christian (vs. Moore Co.), Rachel Mink, Gibbs (vs. David Lipscomb), Leann Holley, Goodpasture (vs. Harding Academy), Brooke Pritchard, Huntingdon (vs. Friendship Chr.), Jennifer Carden, Lookout Valley (vs. South Fulton), Michelle Grindstaff, Lookout Valley (vs. Bishop Byrne), Leann Ray, Lookout Valley (vs. Memphis Skyview), Michelle Plott, Ooltewah (vs. Heritage), Darlene Buckner, Richland (vs. Memphis Skyview), Ashley Owens, South Fulton (vs. Trousdale County), 2000 MOST HOME RUNS 2 - Kelsey Payne, East Hamilton (vs. Chester Co.), Courtney Mitchell, Ezell Harding (vs. South Fulton), Kristen DeLapp, Gibbs (vs. Greenbrier), Tiffany Darrough, Lexington (vs. Giles County), Michelle Plott, Ooltewah (vs. Father Ryan), Tiffany Laughren, Unicoi Co. (vs. Meigs Co.), Barrett Wherry, University School JC (vs. South Fulton), Taylor Barclay, Univ. School of Jackson (vs. Davidson Aca.), Nichole Henry, Whitwell (vs. St. Benedict),

127 TSSAA STATE TOURNAMENT GIRLS SOFTBALL RECORDS INDIVIDUAL - GAME CONT. MOST GRAND SLAMS 1 - Lauren Lewis, Baylor (vs. Pope John Paul II), Nikki Chandler, Columbia Central (vs. John Overton), Natalie Brock, Ezell Harding (vs. Boyd Buchanan,) Shelia Smith, Ezell Harding (vs. McKenzie), Kaitlin Beeler, Gibbs (vs. Lexington), Shelby Pritchard, Gordonsville (vs. Whitwell), Kami Tucker, Ooltewah (vs. Father Ryan), Whitney Pogson, St. Benedict (vs. Battle Ground Aca.), Barrett Wherry, University School JC (vs. South Fulton), Nichole Henry, Whitwell (vs. St. Benedict), 1996 MOST RBI S 8 - Lauren Lewis, Baylor (vs. Pope John Paul II), Brooklyh Hays, Lexington (vs. East Hamilton), Michelle Plott, Ooltewah (vs. Bolton), Barrett Wherry, University School JC (vs. South Fulton), 2013 MOST RUNS SCORED 5 - Candace Cross, Friendship Christian (vs. Harriman), Meredith Bean, Memphis Skyview (vs. Spring Hill), Darlene Buckner, Richland (vs. Memphis Skyview), 1988 MOST WALKS 5 - Sarah Vaughn, Lenoir City (vs. David Lipscomb), Ashley Harold, Coffee County (vs. J. Central-Merry), Veronica Perriman, Forrest (vs. McKenzie), Hannah Brenzie, Pope John Paul II (vs. Father Ryan), 2007 MOST STOLEN BASES 4 - Amanda Jones, Gibbs (vs. Spring Hill), 1998 INDIVIDUAL - TOURNAMENT MOST HITS 14 - Lindsey Brown, Gibbs, 2000 MOST DOUBLES 6 - Lara Newberry, Baylor, 2004 MOST TRIPLES 4 - Lindsey Brown, Gibbs, 2000 MOST HOME RUNS 3 - Lauren Lewis, Baylor, Heather Norris, Clarksville, Kelsey Payne, East Hamilton, Candace Maness, Lexington, Tiffany Laughren, Unicoi Co., Ally McFarland, University School of Jackson, 2013 MOST RBI S 15 - Lauren Lewis, Baylor, Brooklyn Hays, Lexington, Michelle Plott, Ooltewah, 1992 MOST RUNS SCORED 11 - Candace Manees, Lexington, Tara Chapman, Girls Preparatory School, Ryane Harper, Girls Preparatory School, 1997 MOST WALKS 6 - Ashley Harold, Coffee County, Kelly Sage, Covington, Veronica Perriman, Forrest, Stephanie Swallows, Friendship Christian, Sarah Vaughn, Lenoir City, 2004 MOST STOLEN BASES 11 - Sarah Hill, South Fulton, 2000 PITCHING - GAME MOST STRIKEOUTS (7 INNINGS) 20 - Cassie Smith, Lexington (vs. DeKalb County), Ashton Edwards, Richland (vs. Gordonsville), 2013 MOST STRIKEOUTS (EXTRA INNINGS) 24 - Megan Rhodes, David Lipscomb (vs. Gibbs), Gretchen Pugh, Maryville (vs. Hickman County), 2003 MOST STRIKEOUTS - BOTH PITCHERS 39 - Nikki Waters, Soddy Daisy (21) vs. Kassie Stanfill, Beech (18), Gretchen Pugh, Maryville (24) vs. Tarrah Tucker, Hickman County (14), Amanda Fine, Brentwood (19) vs. Amy Robertson, Baylor (16), Megan Rhodes, David Lipscomb (22) vs. Tommee Hicks, Lenoir City (13), 2004 MOST WALKS 12 - Andrea Martin, McKenzie (vs. Forrest), Kristie Politt, Harriman (vs. Friendship Christian), 2003 PITCHING - TOURNAMENT MOST STRIKEOUTS 72 - Megan Rhodes, David Lipscomb, Megan Rhodes, David Lipscomb, Kenzie Roark, Mt. Juliet, Sara Meek, Brentwood Academy, Amy Robertson, Baylor, Kaci Clark, Brentwood, Kaci Clark, Brentwood, Kim Dunlap, Ezell Harding, Danielle Pieroni, Goodpasture, 2005 LEAST WALKS ALLOWED 0 - Baillie Lott, Brentwood (3 Games), Danielle Pieroni, Goodpasture (4 Games), Michelle Howard, Lookout Valley (3 Games), 1990 MOST WALKS 21 - Kristie Politt, Harriman, Andrea Martin, McKenzie, 1991 MOST PERFECT GAMES 1 - April Faircloth, Ezell Harding (vs. Forrest), Courtney Jenkins, Gibbs (vs. Smith County), Mary Heather White, Giles County (vs. Unicoi County), 2002 MOST STRIKEOUTS IN A CAREER Kaci Clark, Brentwood, MOST INNINGS PITCHED IN A CAREER Shelby Stinnett, Forrest, Kaci Clark, Brentwood, MOST GAMES PITCHED IN A CAREER 21 - Shelby Stinnett, Forrest, Kaci Clark, Brentwood, Kim Dunlap, Ezell Harding,

128 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Soccer State Champions Division I, Class A-AA Team Champions Christian Academy of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Franklin High School (Franklin, TN) 126 Photos Provided By:

129 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Soccer State Champions Division II, Class A Team Champions St. George s Independent School (Collierville, TN) Division II, Class AA Team Champions Father Ryan High School (Nashville, TN) Photos Provided By: 127

130 TSSAA STATE TOURNAMENT SOCCER RECORDS MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 8 - Christian Aca. of Knox. ( ) 8 - Christian Brothers ( ) 5 - Farragut ( ) 5 - Father Ryan ( ) 5 - Houston ( ) 4 - Baylor ( ) 4 - Brentwood ( ) 3 - Bearden ( ) 3 - Hendersonville ( ) 2 - Chattanooga Christian ( ) 2 - Evangelical Chr. Sch. ( ) 2 - Notre Dame ( ) 2 - Ridgeway ( ) 2 - St. George s ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - Christian Aca. of Knox. ( ) 3 - Christian Brothers ( ); ( ) 2 - Bearden ( ) 2 - Christian Aca. of Knox. ( ) 2 - Christian Brothers ( ) 2 - Evangelical Chr. Sch. ( ) 2 - Farragut ( ) 2 - Houston ( ); ( ) 2 - Notre Dame ( ) TSSAA SOCCER PAST CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP Year Team Champion Runner-Up Score 2013 (AAA) Franklin (18-0-2) Farragut (22-4) 3-1 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville (23-3) Kingsbury 2-1 (DII-AA) Father Ryan Montgomery Bell Academy (14-1-1) 2-1 (DII-A) St. George s (12-6-3) Webb School of Knoxville (AAA) Brentwood (19-1-2) Collierville (14-5-4) 1-0 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville (23-1-1) Kingsbury (15-5-3) 1-0 (DII-AA) Baylor (12-3-4) Father Ryan (13-6-1) 1-0 (DII-A) Webb School of Knoxville (17-3-1) Franklin Road Academy (15-5-1) (AAA) Hardin Valley (19-0-5) Science Hill (19-4-2) 2-0 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian (18-3-2) Kingsbury (15-7-2) 2-0 (DII-AA) Father Ryan (14-1-3) Christian Brothers 0-1 (DII-A) Evangelical Christian School (19-0-3) University School of Nashville (19-1) (AAA) Hendersonville Centennial (18-3) 4-2 (A-AA) Boyd Buchanan Chattanooga Christian (21-2-2) 1-0 (DII-AA) Christian Brothers (12-5-4) McCallie (14-4-3) 1-0 (DII-A) Evangelical Christian School (15-1-3) Jackson Christian (17-3-2) (AAA) Farragut (23-2-1) Brentwood (18-5-3) 2-0 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville (19-2-3) Alcoa (18-6-1) 4-2 (DII-AA) Christian Brothers Father Ryan 1-0 (DII-A) University School of Nashville (11-6-2) Webb School - Bell Buckle (17-4) (AAA) Brentwood (24-0) Houston (19-2-1) 1-0 (A-AA) Knoxville Catholic (26-2) Christian Academy of Knoxville (14-8-1) 3-0 (DII-AA) Father Ryan (16-1-2) Webb School - Bell Buckle (12-5-2) 2-1 (DII-A) St. George s (10-3-3) Christian Brothers (19-3-1) (AAA) Farragut (19-3-4) Bearden (26-3) 5-4 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville (18-5-2) Hume Fogg (18-4) 2-1 (Div. II) Baylor (12-4-1) Christian Brothers (20-2-3) (AAA) Bearden (18-5-3) Hendersonville (18-3-3) 1-0 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville (18-2-4) Knoxville Catholic (21-4-1) 1-0 (Div. II) Battle Ground Academy (15-2) Christian Brothers (19-1) (AAA) Brentwood (23-2-1) Hendersonville (20-3-1) 4-3 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville (19-2) Chattanooga Christian 4-0 (Div. II) Father Ryan (20-2-1) Christian Brothers (16-4-2) (AAA) Farragut (24-2) Oak Ridge (19-7-1) 5-0 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville (18-4-1) Lenoir City (16-7-4) 2-1 (Div. II) Memphis University School (16-4-3) University School of Nashville (13-5-1)

131 TSSAA SOCCER PAST CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP Year Team Champion Runner-Up Score 2003 (AAA) Farragut (25-1) Bearden (25-3) 3-1 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville (17-2-3) Chattanooga Christian 1-0 (Div. II) Christian Brothers (19-1) Memphis University School (AAA) Bearden (25-0) Clarksville (28-2-1) 4-3 (A-AA) Ridgeway (13-3-4) Columbia Academy (20-4) 1-0 (Div. II) Christian Brothers (22-1) Montgomery Bell Academy (AAA) Bearden (21-1-2) Houston (13-7-2) 1-0 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian (19-5-1) Ridgeway (16-3-1) 5-0 (Div. II) Christian Brothers (20-1-1) Evangelical Christian School (AAA) Houston (29-0) Soddy-Daisy (12-4-4) 5-0 (A-AA) Ridgeway (13-6-2) Donelson Christian Academy ( ) 5-2 (Div. II) Baylor (21-0-1) McCallie (15-4-3) (AAA) Houston (25-1-1) Science Hill (17-4-2) 4-0 (A-AA) Christ Presbyterian Academy (18-1-2) Ridgeway (17-3-3) 1-0 (Div. II) McCallie (13-4-3) Baylor (15-3-3) (AAA) Hendersonville (17-4-1) Farragut (15-4-2) 2-0 (A-AA) Lenoir City (21-2-2) Boyd Buchanan (19-1-2) 2-1 (Div. II) Father Ryan (17-2-2) Baylor (15-3-3) (AAA) Baylor (20-1-1) Oak Ridge (17-6) 2-0 (A-AA) Notre Dame (18-4-3) Evangelical Christian School (12-4-4) (AAA) Houston (20-1-1) Science Hill (20-1-1) 1-0 (A-AA) Notre Dame (15-3-2) Memphis University School (10-8-1) 2-1 OT 1995 Brentwood (20-2-2) Christian Brothers (16-3-1) 2-1 OT 1994 Houston (18-2) Brentwood (21-1-1) Houston (20-1-1) Ooltewah (19-1) Christian Brothers (22-0-1) Brentwood (21-1-1) Christian Brothers (20-1-1) Dobyns Bennett (20-4) Christian Brothers (20-2-1) Hendersonville (13-5-3) Hendersonville (14-1-3) Germantown (16-6) Hixson (17-1-2) White Station Farragut (18-0) Franklin (11-5-2)

132 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Boys Tennis State Champions Division I, Class A-AA Team Champions Christian Academy of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Singles Champion Lucas Spickard Christ Presbyterian Academy (Nashville, TN) Doubles Champions Mark Claiborne & Kip Kahler Middle Tennessee Christian School (Murfreesboro, TN) 130 Photos Provided By:

133 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Boys Tennis State Champions Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Brentwood High School (Brentwood, TN) Singles Champion Maxx Lipman Brentwood High School (Brentwood, TN) Doubles Champions Michael Arguello & Will Jayne Brentwood High School (Brentwood, TN) Photos Provided By: 131

134 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Boys Tennis State Champions Division II, Class A Team Champions Webb School of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Singles Champion Marshall Sullivan St. George s Independent School (Collierville, TN) Doubles Champions George Markos & J.R. Markos University School of Jackson (Jackson, TN) 132 Photos Provided By:

135 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Boys Tennis State Champions Division II, Class AA Team Champions Memphis University School (Memphis, TN) Singles Champion Marshall Sharp Memphis University School (Memphis, TN) Doubles Champions Michael Apple & Spencer Richey Memphis University School (Memphis, TN) Photos Provided By: 133

136 TSSAA BOYS TENNIS PAST CHAMPIONS Year Team Champion Singles Champion Doubles Champions 2013 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville Lucas Spickard, CPA Kip Kahler & Mark Claiborne, Middle TN Chr. (AAA) Brentwood Maxx Lipman, Brentwood Will Jayne & Michael Arguello, Brentwood (DII-A) Webb School of Knoxville Marshall Sullivan, St. George s J.R. Markos & George Markos, USJ (DII-AA) Memphis University School Marshall Sharp, MUS Michael Apple & Spencer Richey, MUS 2012 (A-AA) Unicoi County Lucas Spickard, CPA Reed Jackson & Pascal Koch, Unioci Co. (AAA) Brentwood Sean Karl, Ravenwood Steven Patrick & Harrison Smith, Knox. West (DII-A) University School of Nashville Michael King, USN Brian Carman & Lorenzo Rollhouser, Knox. Webb (DII-AA) Montgomery Bell Academy Walker Sims, MUS Eric Roddy & Marko Mandic, Baylor 2011 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville Josh Ward, Madison Academic Will Sparks & Cameron Dickerson, CAK (AAA) Tennessee Sean Karl, Ravenwood Steven Patrick & Harrison Smith, Knox. West (DII-A) Webb School of Knoxville Brandon Fickey, Knox. Webb Nathan Stein & Trey Williamson, FRA (DII-AA) Montgomery Bell Academy Marshall Sharp, MUS Andrew Karpos & Russell Anderson, MBA 2010 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville John Dorris, Notre Dame Will Sparks & Cameron Dickerson, CAK (AAA) Brentwood Sean Karl, Ravenwood Conner Knox & Owen Rockett, Tennessee (DII-A) Webb School of Knoxville Brandon Fickey, Knox. Webb Trey Hatcher & Harrison Smith, Knox. Webb (DII-AA) Montgomery Bell Academy Marshall Sharp, MUS Alex Cooper & Carlose Cuevas, Baylor 2009 (A-AA) University School of Jackson Colton Norton, USJ Nick Widmer & Steven Young, Knox. Catholic (AAA) Science Hill Christopher Smith, Science Hill Alex Howard & Beau Blacksheer, Brentwood (DII-A) University School of Nashville Alex Metzman, USN Sathvick Reddy & Michael Stephanides, USN (DII-AA) McCallie Brandon Fickey, Knox. Webb Will Carter & Cliff Guyton, MUS 2008 (A-AA) Knoxville Catholice Will Reynolds, Chatt. Christian Nick Widmer & Steven Young, Knox. Catholic (AAA) Science Hill Ian Chadwell, Centennial Drew Kerr & Johsn Storie, Science Hill (DII-A) University School of Nashville Martin Thomas, SBEC Logan Scheidt & Jason Alabaster, Lausanne (DII-AA) McCallie Brandon Fickey, Knox. Webb Wes Nelson & Chris Schlabach, McCallie 2007 (A-AA) University School of Jackson Michael Yokosuk, DCA Vikas Biliar & Riley Erhart, MLK (AAA) Science Hill Ian Chadwell, Centennial Jay Wilkinson & Alexander Greer, Science Hill (DII) McCallie Bo Seal, Baylor Will Carter & Watson George, MUS 2006 (A-AA) University School of Jackson Eric Chastain, Chatt. Christian Colton Norton & Lucas Guerra, USJ (AAA) Siegel Ian Chadwell, Centennial Taylor Patrick & Hunter Matlzburger, Bearden (DII) McCallie Bo Seal, Baylor Wes Nelson & Charlie Ramsay, McCallie 2005 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Adam Litchfield, Collegedale Eric Chastain & Adam Herberich, Chatt Christian (AAA) Brentwood Kyle Wishing, Siegel Josh Davis & Matt Stanley, Dobyns Bennett (DII) Memphis University School Tyler Davis, Father Ryan Alex Guyton & Bo Ladyman, MUS 2004 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Dan Nielson, Chatt. Christian Eric Chastain & Adam Herberich, Chatt Christian (AAA) Dobyns Bennett Stephen Shao, Greeneville Matt Stanley & Harrison Maloy, Dobyns Bennett (DII) Memphis University School Tyler Davis, Father Ryan Alex Guyton & Bo Ladyman, MUS 2003 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Stan Goss, Chatt. Arts & Sci. Mark Dorris & Nathan Williams, David Lipscomb (AAA) Dobyns Bennett Andrew Felsenthal, White Station Bryan Breese & Ryan Reynolds, Science Hill (DII) Montgomery Bell Academy Michael Flowers, MUS Alex Guyton & Bo Ladyman, MUS 2002 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Josh Bales, Chr. Aca. of Knox. Matt Evans & Dan Matthews, USJ (AAA) Science Hill Bo Hardegree, J Central-Merry Brian Taylor & Andrew Felsenthal, White Station (DII) Memphis University School Rawl Martin, Briarcrest Michael Flowers & Gregg Sossaman, MUS 2001 (A-AA) Christian Aca. of Knoxville Bobby Cameron, Lenoir City Adam Irving & Sanner Holmes, CAK (AAA) Bearden Greg Pollack, White Station Scott Felsenthal & Andrew Felsenthal, White Station (DII) Memphis University School Rawl Martin, Briarcrest Jay Curtis & Paul McClure, MUS 2000 (A-AA) Univ. School of Jackson Lee Taylor Walker, USJ Sanner Holmes & Adam Irving, CAK (AAA) Bearden Brian Baker, Hillwood Brandon Allen & James Dickerson, Bearden (DII) Memphis University School Andrew Rogers, McCallie Zach Daily & Lewis Smith, MUS 1999 (A-AA) University School of Jackson Jason Ontog, Chatt. Christian Sanner Holmes & Adam Irving, CAK (AAA) Bearden Danny Norman, Knox. West Scott Felsenthal & Greg Pollack, White Station (DII) Memphis University School Jay Curtis, Memp. Univ. Sch. Zach Daily & Lewis Smith, MUS 1998 (A-AA) University School of Jackson Jason Ontog, Chatt. Christian James Lax & Brandon James, Bolivar Central (AAA) Bearden Brett Richardson, Bearden Danny Norman & Michael Maddox, Knox. West (DII) Memphis University School James Cameron, Baylor Zach Daily & Lewis Smith, MUS 1997 Baylor Wade Orr, Northeast Jake Beesley & Brew Davis, MBA 1996 Baylor Eddie Coates, Bradley Central Bill McGugin & Dan McGugin, MBA 1995 Montgomery Bell Academy Matt Czuchry, Science Hill Bill McGugin & Dan McGugin, MBA 1994 McCallie Eddie Coates, Bradley Central Randy Howell & Charley Warner, MBA 1993 Baylor Jason Green, Baylor Ken Kigongo & Scott Cobb, Baylor 1992 Memphis University School Chris Groer, Farragut Ken Kigongo & Frank Schiled, Baylor 1991 McCallie Chris Groer, Farragut Brian Morrow & Jason Needham, McCallie 1990 Baylor Chris Woodruff, Bearden Ben Cook & Craig Hamilton, Baylor 1989 Baylor Bill Cherry, MBA Mark Offinger & Ral Katimansah, McCallie 134

137 TSSAA BOYS TENNIS PAST CHAMPIONS Year Team Champion Singles Champion Doubles Champions 1988 Baylor Chip Sterna, Germantown Devin Cundall & Chris Woodruff, Bearden 1987 Montgomery Bell Academy Bill Cherry, MBA Robert Budiono & Brad Bennett, Baylor 1986 Baylor Bill Cherry, MBA Paul Budiono & Paul Sindunatha, Baylor 1985 Baylor/Memphis Univ. Sch. Pat Garrott, MUS Pat Garrott & John Morris, MUS 1984 Memphis University School Jeff Barry, MUS Robert Eldridge & Joel Turner, Knox. Webb 1983 Baylor Bob Williams, Baylor Bob Williams & Eddie Gonzalez, Baylor 1982 Baylor Mark Styslinger, Baylor Mark Styslinger & Bill Williams, Baylor 1981 Germantown Mark Herrington, Germantown Jim Schackelford & Bill Knestrick, Brentwood Aca Germantown Mark Herrington, Germantown Kevin Campbell & Eric Voges, McCallie 1979 Baylor Mark Styslinger, Baylor Jim Latham & Eric Voges, McCallie 1978 Memphis University School Tiger Buford, MUS Tiger Buford & Scott Hall, MUS 1977 McCallie Andy Avram, McCallie Barry Brouner & Scott Webb, McCallie 1976 McCallie Andy Abram, McCallie Barry Brouner & Scott Webb, McCallie 1975 Baylor Wesley Cash, Baylor Pem Guerry & Wesley Cash, Baylor 1974 Baylor Pem Guerry, Baylor Pem Guerry & Wesley Cash, Baylor 1973 Baylor Gary Dunn, David Lipscomb Pem Guerry & Wesley Cash, Baylor 1972 David Lipscomb Gary Dunn, David Lipscomb David Dick & Buzz Willett, Baylor 1971 Baylor Gary Dunn, David Lipscomb David Dick & Jamie Howell, Baylor 1970 David Lipscomb Gary Albertine, CBHS Gary Jenkins & Gary Dunn, David Lipscomb 1969 David Lipscomb/Memphis Central Mark Booth, Memphis Central Gary Jenkins & Gary Dunn, David Lipscomb 1968 Memphis University School Mark Booth, Memphis Central Homes Petty & Paul McClure, MUS 1967 Memphis University School Fred Groskind, MUS Jeff Chetwood & Dave Lilly, Dobyns Bennett 1966 Montgomery Bell Academy Greer Cummings, MBA John Fields & Bobby Sanders, Science Hill 1965 Montgomery Bell Academy Greer Cummings, MBA John Dunham & Mike Kelly, Memmphis Central 1964 Memphis Central/Notre Dame Chris Brown, Notre Dame Bob Moser & Ross Spears, Science Hill 1963 Notre Dame/Oak Ridge Chris Brown, Notre Dame Bill Herron & David Smith, Oak Ridge 1962 David Lipscomb Chris Brown, Notre Dame Johnny Reed & Steve Trautman, MBA 1961 Montgomery Bell Academy Chris Brown, Notre Dame Johnny Reed & Steve Trautman, MBA MOST TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 15 - Baylor ( ) 14 - MUS ( ) 9 - MBA ( ) 8 - McCallie ( ) 6 - University School of Jackson ( ) 4 - Bearden ( ) 4 - Brentwood ( ) 4 - Chatt. Christian ( ) 4 - Christian Academy of Knoxville ( ) 4 - David Lipscomb ( ) 4 - Science Hill ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - MUS ( ) 4 - Bearden ( ) 4 - Chatt. Christian ( ) 3 - McCallie ( ) 3 - USJ ( ) 3 - Baylor ( ); ( ) 3 - MBA ( ) INDIVIDUALS WITH THE MOST SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Chris Brown, Notre Dame ( ) 4 - Brandon Fickey, Knox. Webb ( ) 3 - Gary Dunn, Lipscomb ( ) 3 - Bill Cherry, MBA ( ) 3 - Sean Karl, Ravenwood ( ) INDIVIDUALS WITH THE MOST CONSECUTIVE SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Chris Brown, Notre Dame ( ) 4 - Brandon Fickey, Knox. Webb ( ) 3 - Gary Dunn, David Lipscomb ( ) 3 - Sean Karl, Ravenwood ( ) SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST SINGLES CHAMPIONS 10 - MUS ( ) 9 - Baylor ( ) 5 - MBA ( ) 5 - Notre Dame ( ) 4 - Chatt. Christian ( ) 4 - Webb School of Knoxville ( ) 3 - David Lipscomb ( ) 3 - Germantown ( ) 3 - McCallie ( ) 3 - Ravenwood ( ) INDIVIDUALS WITH THE MOST DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIPS 3 - Pem Guerry & Wesley Cash, Baylor ( ) 3 - Adam Irving & Sanner Holmes, CAK ( ) 3 - Zach Daily & Lewis Smith, MUS ( ) 3 - Alex Guyton & Bo Ladyman, MUS ( ) INDIVIDUALS WITH THE MOST CONSECUTIVE DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIPS 3 - Adam Irving & Sanner Holmes, CAK ( ) 3 - Pem Guerry & Wesley Cash, Baylor ( ) 3 - Zach Daily & Lewis Smith, MUS ( ) 3 - Alex Guyton & BoLadyman, MUS ( ) SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 14 - Baylor ( ) 14 - MUS ( ) 8 - McCallie ( ) 7 - MBA ( ) 5 - CAK ( ) 4 - Science Hill ( ) 3 - Bearden ( ) 3 - David Lipscomb ( ) 3 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 3 - Knoxville West ( ) 3 - University School of Jackson ( ) 3 - White Station ( ) 135

138 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Girls Tennis State Champions Division I, Class A-AA Team Champions Chattanooga Christian School (Chattanooga, TN) Singles Champion Skylar McDonald Fayetteville High School (Fayetteville, TN) Doubles Champions Nela Holkova & Mallory Jackson Unicoi County High School (Erwin, TN) 136 Photos Provided By:

139 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Girls Tennis State Champions Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Ravenwood High School (Brentwood, TN) Singles Champion Kenya Jones White Station High School (Memphis, TN) Doubles Champions Ashlee Boles & Marissa Kovach Siegel High School (Murfreesboro, TN) Photos Provided By: 137

140 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Girls Tennis State Champions Division II, Class A Team Champions Webb School of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Singles Champion Anna Catharine Feaster Webb School of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) Doubles Champions Libby Heflin & Claire Sullivan St. George s Independent School (Collierville, TN) 138 Photos Provided By:

141 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Girls Tennis State Champions Division II, Class AA Team Champions Baylor School (Chattanooga, TN) Singles Champion Samantha Caswell Baylor School (Chattanooga, TN) Doubles Champions Michelle Fleenor & Emma McCallie Girls Preparatory School (Chattanooga, TN) Photos Provided By: 139

142 TSSAA GIRLS TENNIS PAST CHAMPIONS Year Team Champion Singles Champion Doubles Champions 2013 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Skylar McDonald, Fayetteville Nela Holkova & Mallory Jackson, Unicoi Co. (AAA) Ravenwood Kenva Jones, White Station Ashlee Boles & Marissa Kovach, Siegel (DII-A) Webb School of Knoxville Anna Catharine Feaster, Knox. Webb Libby Heflin & Claire Sullivan, St. George s (DII-AA) Baylor Samantha Caswell, Baylor Emma McCallie & Michelle Fleenor, GPS 2012 (A-AA) Notre Dame Skylar McDonald, Fayetteville Ellie Henry & Hannah Henry, Chatt. Christian (AAA) Ravenwood Ashlee Boles, Siegel Iris Hao & Lauren Caballero, Ravenwood (DII-A) Webb School of Knoxville Anna Catharine Feaster, Knox. Webb Carmen Saab & Mary Jane McCaghren, St. Mary s (DII-AA) Baylor Samantha Caswell, Baylor Caroline Orr & Maggie Leavell, Hutchison 2011 (A-AA) Christ Presbyterian Academy Sydney Campbell, CPA Morgan Atkinson & Katherine Schofield, CPA (AAA) Ravenwood Kaylene Chadwell, Centennial Iris Hao & Lauren Caballero, Ravenwood (DII-A) Webb School of Knoxville Anna Catharine Feaster, Knox. Webb Vicki Garcia & Jenni Haydek, Knox. Webb (DII-AA) Baylor Sonja Brkovic, Baylor Caroline Orr & Maggie Leavell, Hutchison 2010 (A-AA) Christ Presbyterian Academy Sydney Campbell, CPA Kayla Kelly & Ahmee Kelly, CSAS (AAA) Ravenwood Kaylene Chadwell, Centennial Lauren Caballero & Madison Stankevich, Ravenwood (DII-A) Webb School of Knoxville Christine Gwodag, King s Aca. Vicki Garcia & Jenni Haydek, Knox. Webb (DII-AA) Girls Preparatory School Sarah Evans, GPS Hayly Humphreys & Maggie Donoghue, Hutchison 2009 (A-AA) University School of Jackson Tarah Garner, Boyd Buchanan Kayla Kelly & Ahmee Kelly, CSAS (AAA) Science Hill Kayla McMurry, Bearden Jula Hsu & Leslie Roberge, Farragut (DII-A) St. George s Sadie Shackelford, St. Andrew s Sabrina Blum & Mary Ashley Seabrook, St. George s (DII-AA) Hutchison Hayly Humphreys, Hutchison Vicki Garcia & Guinn Garcia, Knox. Webb 2008 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Tarah Garner, Boyd Buchanan Jennifer Taylor & Jennifer Brouner, Notre Dame (AAA) Siegel Allison Hodges, Houston Laura Stack & Ashley Hopmeyer, Brentwood (DII-A) St. Andrew s-sewanee Sadie Shackelford, St. Andrew s Caroline Awh & Jillian Berkman, USN (DII-AA) Girls Preparatory School Claire Bartlett, GPS Vicki Garcia & Guinn Garcia, Knox. Webb 2007 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Stephanie Evans, FRA Lyssa Wils Wiles & Tori Richardson, Marshall Co. (AAA) Houston Anamika Bhargava, Houston Allison Hodges & Mary Caroline Hooker, Houston (DII) Girls Preparatory School Claire Bartlett, GPS Katie Thornton & Brandi Cordell, Baylor 2006 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Brittany McBryar, Chatt. Chr. Aya Kato & Neena Malik, USJ (AAA) Houston Conner Vogel, Germantown Allison Hodges & Mary Caroline Hooker, Houston (DII) Girls Preparatory School Claire Bartlett, GPS Guinn Garcia & Berkeley Brock, Knox. Webb 2005 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Brittany McBryar, Chatt.Chr. Vicotria Reed & Crystal Harwell, Mt. Juliet Chr. (AAA) Dobyns Bennett Anamika Bhargava, Houston Ali Beavers & Amy Beavers, Dobyns Bennett (DII) Webb School of Knoxville Stephanie Harris, GPS Berkeley Brock & Elizabeth Googe, Knox. Webb 2004 (A-AA) David Lipscomb Stephanie Evans, FRA Hillary Scott & Keaton Bodiford, DCA (AAA) Dobyns Bennett Anamika Bhargava, Houston Ali Beavers & Amy Beavers, Dobyns Bennett (DII) Webb School of Knoxville Stephanie Harris, GPS Berkeley Brock & Elizabeth Googe, Knox. Webb 2003 (A-AA) Donelson Christian Academy Gracie Glassmeyer, DCA Brittany Stewart & Leigh Ellen Bruce, D. Lipscomb (AAA) Brentwood Connor Vogel, Germantown Ruthie Fleming & Jennifer Pollack, White Station (DII) St. Agnes Whitney Chappell, Knox Webb Berkeley Brock & Elizabeth Googe, Knox. Webb 2002 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Ellen Rogers, Chatt. Christian Kara Cook & Elizabeth Maclellan, Chatt. Christian (AAA) Brentwood Jennifer Williams, Knox. West Talia Stapleton & Whitney Warren, Brentwood (DII) Webb School of Knoxville Stephanie Harris, GPS Berkeley Brock & Elizabeth Googe, Knox. Webb 2001 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Ellen Rogers, Chatt. Christian Kara Cook & Elizabeth Maclellan, Chatt. Christian (AAA) Brentwood Kristen Noble, Houston Beth Bosworth & Jessica Smothers, Knox. West (DII) St. Mary s Marti Morris, St. Agnes Lisa Mabry & Kelly Sandefer, St. Mary s 2000 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Lisa Marie Lewallen, Scott Kara Cook & Eliziabeth Maclellan, Chatt. Christian (AAA) Knoxville West Jennifer Williams, Knox. West Brooke Bryant & Carrie Osborne, Beech (DII) Baylor Marti Morris, St. Agnes Aden Rogers & Andrea Saul, GPS 1999 (A-AA) Chattanooga Christian Ellen Rogers, Chatt. Christian Emily Austin & Julie McDonald, Jackson Christian (AAA) Knoxville West Jill Buckley, Oak Ridge Shauna Green & Shawn Douglas, Cleveland (DII) Baylor Brooke Cordell, Baylor Beth Flanagan & Starr Steffner, Baylor 1998 (A-AA) University School of Jackson Brooke Parsons, Unicoi Co. Michelle McCormack & Andrea Mabry, Summertown (AAA) Oak Ridge Megan Dunigan, Oak Ridge Lyndsey Bowie & Kelly Kiehna, Science Hill (DII) Girls Preparatory School Blaire McMeans, Harpeth Hall Tiffany Durral & Sally GrayStrang, GPS 1997 Oak Ridge Megan Dunigan, Oak Ridge Brooke Cordell & Jenny Webb, Baylor 1996 Baylor Megan Dunigan, Oak Ridge Erin Davis & Natalie Wallace, GPS 1995 Brentwood Academy Lorraine Bittles, Brentwood Aca. Jamie O Brien & JoNee O Brien, Brentwood Aca University School of Nashville Helen Andrews, Brentwood Aca. Katie Moodie & Ellen Thomas, USN 1993 Baylor Lorraine Bittles, Brentwood Aca. Misty Holder & Emily Brown, Baylor 1992 St. Mary s Whitney Sharp, Knox. Webb Susanne Land & Beck McAvoy, Science Hill 1991 St. Mary s Wendy Sacks, St. Mary s Susanne Land & Beck McAvoy, Science Hill 1990 St. Mary s Meredith Childs, St. Mary s Kathy Herring & Charlotte Bergess, Baylor 1989 St. Mary s Brittany Haley, Brentwood Aca. Wendy Sacks & Meredith Childs, St. Mary s 140

143 TSSAA GIRLS TENNIS PAST CHAMPIONS Year Team Champion Singles Champion Doubles Champions 1988 St. Mary s Susan Gilchrist, Lausanne Kathy Knox & Susan McDavitt, Brentwood Aca Harpeth Hall Pam Colfie, Farragut Buffy Baker & Mary Lauren Barfield, Harpeth Hall 1986 Harpeth Hall Pam Colfie, Farragut Buffy Baker & Mary Lauren Barfield, Harpeth Hall 1985 Girls Preparatory School Debbie Herring, Notre Dame Sholar Clark & Amy Gillespie, GPS 1984 Briarcrest Sholar Clark, GPS Elizabeth Arnold & Diana Cherry, Harpeth Hall 1983 Briarcrest Julie Downey, Hixson Elizabeth Donnovin & Sholar Clark, GPS 1982 Girls Preparatory School Elizabeth Donnovin, GPS Boo Hildebrand & Lissa Turner, Briarcrest 1981 Briarcrest Julie Bair, Briarcrest Julie Baird & Boo Hildebrand, Briarcrest 1980 Ridgeway Marian Kremer, Ridgeway Marian Kremer & Sandy Sanders, Ridgeway 1979 Dobyns Bennett Marian Kremer, Ridgeway Margie Brown & Anne Pope, Dobyns Bennett 1978 Dobyns Bennett Margie Brown, Dobyns Bennett Margie Brown & Anne Pope, Dobyns Bennett 1977 Harpeth Hall Susan Hill, Red Bank Kathy Denton & Liz Jamison, Harpeth Hall 1976 Red Bank Susan Hill, Red Bank Susan Hill & Beth Dixon, Red Bank 1975 Red Bank Susan Hill, Red Bank Susan Hill & Beth Dixon, Red Bank 1974 Girls Preparatory School Elizabeth Sharp, Knox. Webb Kappie Clark & Martha Ann Bass, GPS 1973 Girls Preparatory School Kappie Clark, GPS Elizabeth Sharp & Rebecca Garcia, Knox. Webb 1972 Webb School of Knoxville Mary Ellis Nocholson, Knox. West Candy Reynolds & Rebecca Garcia, Knox. Webb 1971 Girls Preparatory School Mary Ellis Nocholson, Knox. West Laura Duffy & Chappell Guerry, GPS 1970 Webb School of Knoxville Candy Reynolds, Knox. Webb Candy Reynolds & Rebecca Garcia, Knox. Webb 1969 Nashville Two Rivers Peggy Thompson, N. Two Rivers Susan Lee & Karen Lewis, Maryville 1968 Hillsboro Ann Hutcheson, Hillsboro Gigi Hood & Russanne Buchi, Hillboro 1967 Knoxville West Dena Garcia, Knox. Webb Mary Jane Garcia & Ruth Willingham, Knox. Webb 1966 David Lipscomb Mufit Ellis, David Lipscomb Nancy Boyce & Paul Hembree, David Lipscomb 1965 Webb School of Knoxville Dena Garcia, Knox. Webb Pat Grayson & Nancy Painter, McMinn Co David Lipscomb Lynn Gregory, David Lipscomb Patsy Hess & Gloria Ray, Fulton MOST TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 10 - Knox. Webb ( ) 9 - GPS ( ) 8 - Chatt. Christian ( ) 7 - Baylor ( ) 6 - St. Mary s ( ) 4 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 4 - Ravenwood ( ) 3 - Brentwood ( ) 3 - Briarcrest ( ) 3 - David Lipscomb ( ) 3 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 3 - Knox. West ( ) MOST CONSECUTIVE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - St. Mary s ( ) 4 - Chattanooga Christian ( ) 4 - Chattanooga Christian ( ) 4 - Ravenwood ( ) 4 - Knox. Webb ( ) 3 - Brentwood ( ) 3 - Girls Preparatory School ( ) INDIVIDUALS WITH THE MOST SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIPS 3 - Ellen Rogers, Chatt. Chr. ( ) 3 - Stephanie Harris, GPS ( ) 3 - Claire Bartlett, GPS ( ) 3 - Anamika Bhargava, Houston ( ) 3 - Megan Dunigan, Oak Ridge ( ) 3 - Susan Hill, Red Bank ( ) 3 - Anna Catharine Feaster, K. Webb ( ) INDIVIDUALS WITH THE MOST CONSECUTIVE SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIPS 3 - Claire Bartlett, GPS ( ) 3 - Megan Dunigan, Oak Ridge ( ) 3 - Susan Hill, Red Bank ( ) 3 - Anna Catharine Feaster, K. Webb ( ) SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST SINGLES CHAMPIONS 10 - GPS ( ) 9 - Knox. Webb ( ) 5 - Chatt. Christian ( ) 5 - Houston ( ) 4 - Baylor ( ) 4 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 4 - Knox. West ( ) 4 - Oak Ridge ( ) 3 - Red Bank ( ) INDIVIDUALS WITH THE MOST DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Berkeley Brock & Elizabeth Googe, Knox. Webb ( ) 3 - Kara Cook & Elizabeth Maclellan, Chatt. Christian ( ) INDIVIDUALS WITH THE MOST CONSECUTIVE DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 - Berkeley Brock & Elizabeth Googe, Knox Webb ( ) 3 - Kara Cook & Elizabeth Maclellan, Chatt. Christian ( ) SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 13 - Knox. Webb ( ) 8 - GPS ( ) 5 - Baylor ( ) 4 - Chatt. Christian ( ) 4 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 4 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 3 - Hutchison ( ) 3 - Ravenwood ( ) 3 - Science Hill ( ) 3 - St. Mary s ( ) 141

144 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Boys Track State Champions Division I, Class A-AA Team Champions Martin Luther King High School (Nashville, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions White Station High School (Memphis, TN) 142 Photos Provided By:

145 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Boys Track State Champions Division II Team Champions Brentwood Academy (Brentwood, TN) Photos Provided By: 143

146 TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2013 Martin Luther King (A-AA) 60 Lipscomb Academy 40 Murfreesboro White Station (AAA) 52 Oakland 48 Murfreesboro Brentwood Academy (D-II) 146 McCallie 133 Murfreesboro 2012 Sheffield (A-AA) 49 Martin Luther King 48 Murfreesboro Brentwood (AAA) 74 Memphis Central 42 Murfreesboro Brentwood Academy (D-II) 111 Montgomery Bell Academy Murfreesboro 2011 Stratford (A-AA) 68 David Lipscomb 60 Murfreesboro Brentwood (AAA) Cordova Murfreesboro Brentwood Academy (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy Murfreesboro 2010 Martin Luther King (A-AA) 103 Fairley Murfreesboro Brentwood (AAA) 61 Houston 58 Murfreesboro Christian Brothers (D-II) 96 Montgomery Bell Academy 89 Murfreesboro 2009 Martin Luther King (A-AA) 50 David Lipscomb 48 Murfreesboro Cordova (AAA) 63 Brentwood 53 Murfreesboro Memphis University School (D-II) 147 Brentwood Academy 98 Murfreesboro 2008 David Lipscomb (A-AA) 93.5 Brainerd 46 Murfreesboro Brentwood (AAA) 94 Ooltewah 72 Murfreesboro Brentwood Academy (D-II) 117 Baylor 108 Murfreesboro 2007 Brainerd (A-AA) 88 Austin East 44 Murfreesboro Brentwood (AAA) 52 Houston Murfreesboro Brentwood Academy (D-II) 178 Memphis University School Murfreesboro 2006 Trezevant (A-AA) 61 Mitchell 58 Murfreesboro Hamilton (AAA) 71 Kenwood 56 Murfreesboro Brentwood Academy (D-II) 149 McCallie 102 Murfreesboro 2005 Martin Luther King (A-AA) 93 Mitchell 91 Memphis Houston (AAA) 73 Cordova 58 Memphis Brentwood Academy (D-II) 178 Montgomery Bell Academy 91 Memphis 2004 Raleigh Egypt (A-AA) 98 East Ridge / Martin Luther King 49 Memphis Cordova (AAA) 55 Houston 52 Memphis Brentwood Academy (D-II) McCallie Memphis 2003 Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) 65 Raleigh Egypt 54 Memphis Melrose (AAA) 54 Bearden 52 Memphis Brentwood Academy (D-II) 118 McCallie 98 Memphis 2002 Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) 76 Westside 41 Chattanooga Hunters Lane (AAA) 78 Melrose 51 Chattanooga Baylor (D-II) 156 Montgomery Bell Academy Chattanooga 2001 Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) 141 Brainerd 101 Chattanooga Hunters Lane (AAA) 81 Oakland 42 Chattanooga Montgomery Bell Academy (D-II) Baylor 124 Chattanooga 2000 Brainerd (A-AA) 124 Chattanooga Farragut (AAA) 77 Chattanooga Baylor (D-II) 126 Chattanooga 1999 Farragut / Memphis Central (AAA) 64 Chattanooga Brainerd (A-AA) 62 Chattanooga Montgomery Bell Academy (D-II) 158 Chattanooga 1998 Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) 62 Chattanooga Farragut (AAA) 70 Chattanooga Montgomery Bell Academy (D-II) Chattanooga 1997 Memphis University School (A-AA) 60 Chattanooga Memphis Central (AAA) 88.5 Chattanooga 1996 Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 64 Chattanooga Hunters Lane (AAA) 66 Chattanooga 1995 Memphis University School (A-AA) 86 Chattanooga Memphis Central (AAA) 52 Chattanooga 144

147 TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS TEAM CHAMPIONS CONT. YEAR CHAMPION SCORE SITE 1994 Memphis University School (A-AA) 94 Chattanooga Memphis Central (AAA) 54 Chattanooga 1993 Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 90 Nashville Hunters Lane (AAA) 68 Nashville 1992 Memphis East (A-AA) 69 Nashville Cleveland (AAA) 45 Nashville 1991 Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 96 Nashville Hamilton (AAA) 48 Nashville 1990 Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 81 Nashville John Overton (AAA) 43 Nashville 1989 Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 65 Nashville Hunters Lane (AAA) 65 Nashville 1988 Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 80 Nashville Wooddale (AAA) 55 Nashville 1987 Austin East / Brentwood Aca. (A-AA) 64 Nashville Wooddale (AAA) 74 Nashville 1986 Westside (A-AA) 48 Nashville Wooddale (AAA) 55 Nashville 1985 Howard (A-AA) 61 Nashville Whites Creek (AAA) 39 Nashville 1984 Goodlettsville (A-AA) 40 Nashville Memphis Overton (A-AA) 40 Nashville 1983 Brentwood Academy (A-AA) 60 Nashville Whites Creek (AAA) 45 Nashville 1982 Tennessee Preparatory School (A) 61 Nashville Brentwood Academy (AA) 92 Nashville Hillsboro (AAA) 50 Nashville 1981 Westside (A) 66 Nashville Brentwood Academy (AA) 72 Nashville Austin East / Whites Creek (AAA) 38 Nashville 1980 Webb School of Knoxville (A) 65 Nashville Brentwood Academy (AA) 54 Nashville Hillsboro (AAA) 58 Nashville 1979 Dobyns Bennett 27 Nashville 1978 Westwood 31 Nashville 1977 Cleveland 18 Hendersonville 1976 Maplewood 27 Hendersonville 1975 Bearden 30 Nashville 1974 Hendersonville 21 Memphis 1973 Wooddale 34 Knoxville 1972 Dobyns Bennett 29 Nashville 1971 Dobyns Bennett 26 Memphis 1970 Memphis South Side 48 Knoxville 1969 Memphis South Side 22 Nashville 1968 Manassas 23 Memphis 1967 B.T. Washington 33 Knoxville 1966 Nashville Isaac Litton 19 Nashville 1965 Melrose 21 Memphis 1964 Christian Brothers 23 Chattanooga 1963 Memphis Catholic 33 Nashville 1962 Oak Ridge 35.5 Memphis 1961 Oak Ridge 22 Knoxville 1960 Nashville East 23 Nashville 1959 Nashville East 28 Memphis 1958 Oak Ridge 39.5 Knoxville 145

148 TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS TEAM CHAMPIONS CONT. YEAR CHAMPION SCORE SITE 1957 Oak Ridge 30 Nashville 1956 Oak Ridge 16.5 Memphis 1955 Memphis Central 33 Memphis 1954 Memphis Central 28 Cookeville 1953 Oak Ridge 24 Memphis 1952 Oak Ridge 38 Oak Ridge 1951 Whitehaven 31 Cookeville 1950 Knoxville High 33 Nashville 1949 Whitehaven Memphis 1948 Dobyns Bennett 34 Johnson City 1947 Memphis Central 36 Memphis 1942 Memphis Central 36 Memphis 1941 Dobyns Bennett 30 Cookeville 1940 Dobyns Bennett 48.5 Chattanooga 1939 Memphis Central 39 Jackson 1938 Knoxville High 45 Nashville 1937 Dobyns Bennett 54.5 Knoxville 1936 Knoxville High Nashville 1935 Nashville East 45 Nashville 1935 Science Hill 45 Nashville 1934 Knoxville High 31 Nashville 1933 Knoxville High 34 Nashville SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST TEAM STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 20 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 9 - Memphis Central ( ) 8 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 7 - Oak Ridge ( ) 5 - Brentwood ( ) 5 - Hunters Lane ( ) CONSECUTIVE TEAM STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 6 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 5 - Brentwood Academy ( ) 4 - Brentwood Academy ( ); ( ) 3 - Farragut ( ) 3 - Franklin Road Academy ( ) 3 - Oak Ridge ( ) 3 - Wooddale ( ) 146

149 Year Champion Score 2013 (A-AA) Jackson Powers, Lipscomb Academy 6,099 (AAA) Chaz Hawkins, Centennial 6,765 (D-II) Harrison Williams, Memphis University School 6, (A-AA) Clifford Hawkins, Sullivan East 5,915 (AAA) James Lazas, Brentwood 7,299 (D-II) Jalen Ramsey, Brentwood Academy 6, (A-AA) Johnathan Shuler, Stratford 5,485 (AAA) Jake Lazas, Brentwood 6,865 (D-II) Sam Tabor, Evangelical Christian School 6, (A-AA) Blake Edwards, Martin Luther King 6,366 (AAA) Kevin Lazas, Brentwood 6,510 (D-II) Sam Tabor, Evangelical Christian School 6, (A-AA) Les Gilbert, Page 6,053 (AAA) Kevin Lazas, Brentwood 6,649 (D-II) Barrett Folk, Memphis University School 5, (A-AA) Orlando Harris, Brainerd 5,896 (AAA) Corey Carrington, Campbell County 6,375 (D-II) Ben Davies, Brentwood Academy 6, (A-AA) Harrison Smith, Knoxville Catholic 6,230 (AAA) Michael Ayers, Ravenwood 7,377 (D-II) Ben Davies, Brentwood Academy 7, (A-AA) Brent Thompson, Page 5,742 (AAA) Michael Ayers, Ravenwood 7,128 (D-II) Ben Davies, Brentwood Academy 6, (A-AA) John Souder, Franklin Road Academy 6,070 (AAA) Michael Ayers, Ravenwood 6,637 (D-II) Ben Davies, Brentwood Academy 6, (A-AA) Michael Joyner, Raleigh Egypt 6,682 (AAA) Joseph Doss, Melrose 6,505 (D-II) Michael Bingham, McCallie 7, (A-AA) Kevin Patterson, Franklin Road Academy 5,880 (AAA) Dominique Smith, Memphis Central 6,677 (D-II) Michael Bingham, McCallie 6, (A-AA) Kevin Patterson, Franklin Road Academy 6,005 (AAA) Matt Pfeiffer, William Blount 6,316 (D-II) Willie Idlette, Baylor 6, (A-AA) Rob Bates, Franklin Road Academy 6,589 (AAA) Matt Pfeiffer, William Blount 6,035 (D-II) John Rote, Briarcrest 6, (A-AA) Rob Bates, Franklin Road Academy 5,934 (AAA) Kevin Yeager, Farragut 6,420 (D-II) T.J. Thompson, University School of Nashville 6, (A-AA) Travis Clevenger, Lenoir City 6,174 (AAA) Kevin Yeager, Farragut 6,607 (D-II) Jess McKay, McCallie 6, (A-AA) Delvit Rogers, Raleigh Egypt 7,935 (AAA) Kevin Yeager, Farragut 7,995 (D-II) Michael Eskind, Montgomery Bell Academy 8, (A-AA) Andy Hobbs, Brentwood Academy 7,285 (AAA) Tim Bell, Maryville 8,365 (A-AA) Michael Herron, Lenoir City 8, (AAA) Ramsey Moore, Red Bank 8, (A-AA) Rommel Childress, Memphis University School 7,640 (AAA) Kevin O Connell, Collierville 9, (A-AA) Clark Humphreys, Brentwood Academy 7,625 (AAA) Kevin O Connell, Collierville 7, (A-AA) Clark Humphreys, Brentwood Academy 7,905 (AAA) Keith Powell, Beech 7, (A-AA) Joe Dan Marshall, Brentwood Academy 7,055 (AAA) Martin Linde, Ooltewah 7,690 TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS DECATHLON Year Champion Score 1991 (A-AA) Steven Bowen, David Lipscomb 7,695 (AAA) Doug Yeager, Bearden 8, (A-AA) David Rubio, Harding Academy 6,980 (AAA) Matthew Levine, McCallie 8, Chris Michael, Millington 8, Jason Patrick, Brentwood Academy 7, David Stegall, Germantown 8, Scott Hartman, Brentwood 8, Anthony Cook, Baylor 8, Peter Hunt, McCallie 8, Bevin Carpenter, Wooddale 8, Brooks Crozine, Montgomery Bell Academy 7, Lee Pride, McCallie 8, James Church, John Overton 8, Gary Rose, David Crockett 9, Steve Poe, Sullivan Central 8, Tommy Christenbury, Memphis University School 9, Mike Bruce, Notre Dame 8, Jack Chandler, John Overton 8, Buster Hancock, White Station 8, Russell Frits, Clinton 8, Bill Murray, Baylor 8, Steve Freemen, Whitehaven 8, Jeff Woodcock, Maplewood 7, Ralph Allan, Memphis Tech 7, Dick Hooper, White Station 7, Joe Proctor, Knoxville Catholic 8, Stan Sumrell, Notre Dame 8, Bill Young, Knoxville South 7, Tom Jernigan, Union City 7, Chuck Boyd, Madison 7, David Alexander, Knoxville South 6, David Hatchcock, Kingsbury 7, Winston Wolf, Memphis Central 7, Frank Halliburton, Father Ryan 7, Buddy Lobetti, Knoxville East 7, Bo Mapp, Knoxville West 6, Richard Vollmer, Memphis Central 6, Eddie Hulbert, Treadwell 7, Ray Hardage, Treadwell 7, John Barber, Memphis Messick 7, John Barber, Memphis Messick 6,505 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST DECATHLON CHAMPIONS 11 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 6 - McCallie ( ) 5 - Brentwood ( ) 5 - FRA ( ) 3 - Baylor ( ) 3 - Farragut ( ) 3 - Memphis Central ( ) 3 - MUS ( ) 3 - Ravenwood ( ) 147

150 Year Champion Distance 2013 (A-AA) Rusty Provins, Cumberland Gap (AAA) Evan McCracken, Cherokee (D-II) Julian Nunally, McCallie (A-AA) Rusty Provins, Cumberland Gap (AAA) Alex Young, LaVergne (D-II) Walter Burn, Franklin Road Academy (A-AA) Ryan Cagle, David Lipscomb (AAA) Steve Wade, Brentwood (D-II) Andrew Woodley, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Keeland McElrath, Ripley (AAA) Steve Wade, Brentwood (D-II) Lyndell Mitchell, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Curtis King, Trezevant (AAA) Preston Young, Campbell County (D-II) Bruck Brucker, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Jordan Ray, Elizabethton (AAA) Dontari Poe, Wooddale (D-II) Ben Bartholomew, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Kenny Jones, Austin East (AAA) Dontari Poe, Wooddale (D-II) Ben Bartholomew, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Tavaris Banks, Trezevant (AAA) Eric Pickle, Bearden (D-II) Amtonio Frazier, Baylor (A-AA) Daniel Miles, Seymour (AAA) Evan Lavi, Knoxville West (D-II) Ayanga Okpokowuruh, McCallie (A-AA) Josh Bentley, Sullivan North (AAA) Aaron Thomas, Hunters Lane (D-II) Richard Wooten, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Nick Rivers, Hixson (AAA) Ryan Baker, Tennessee (D-II) Corey Mills, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Terrance Crawford, Frayser (AAA) Ben Williams, Daniel Boone (D-II) Will Denbo, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Willie Henderson, Ridgeway (AAA) Steven Gibbs, Bartlett (D-II) Will Denbo, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Felix Fayne, Brighton (AAA) Steven Gibbs, Bartlett (D-II) Brett Canale, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Jeremy Roberts, Sullivan Central (AAA) Brad Kyker, David Crockett (D-II) Scott Wells, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Ronnie Sidler, Ezell Harding (AAA) Michael Bryan, Bartlett (D-II) Hunter Hillenmeyer, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Matt Perry, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Scott Denbo, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Matt Perry, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Scott Denbo, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) David Casey, David Lipscomb (AAA) Wiley King, Powell (A-AA) Scott Perkinson, Battle Ground Academy (AAA) Al Wilson, Jackson Central-Merry (A-AA) Henry Thomas, Trezevant (AAA) Aaron Ausmus, Campbell County (A-AA) Chris Gilmore, Memphis University School (AAA) Tim Hart, Memphis Central (A-AA) Al Allen, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Matt Fleenor, Bearden (A-AA) Darren Anderson, Frayser (AAA) Matt Fleenor, Bearden (A-AA) Wright Jernigan, Union City (AAA) John Clay, Baylor (A-AA) James Maclin, Covington (AAA) Todd Collins, Jefferson County (A-AA) James Maclin, Covington (AAA) Bryant Clevenger, Dobyns Bennett TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS SHOT PUT Year Champion Distance 1986 (A-AA) James Maclin, Covington (AAA) Brent Collins, Jefferson County (A-AA) Robb Shawn, Webb School of Knoxville (AAA) Erik Still, Germantown (A-AA) Doug Lee, Frayser (AAA) Gordon Robertson, White County (A-AA) Sam Boxley, White Station (AAA) Chuck Lanza, Christian Brothers (A) Mark Vandiver, Goodpasture (AA) John Windham, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Joe Ewing, Jefferson County (A) Eric Wilkins, Westside (AA) Jeff Smith, Milan (AAA) Joe Ewing, Jefferson County (A) Earl Orwig, Evangelical Christian School (AA) Landis Alexander, Memphis Central (AAA) Ed Taylor, Craigmont Hal Miller, Jr., Dobyns Bennett Danny Flatt, Wooddale Bobby Thompson, Cleveland Ricky Steely, Hendersonville Ricky Steely, Hendersonville Steve Flatt, Harding Academy Eary Jones, Melrose Eary Jones, Melrose Wes Wallin, Knoxville South William Sharp, Hamilton Willie Poplar, Tennessee School for the Deaf Wiley Oneal, Memphis University School Don Denbo, Battle Ground Academy Mike Allen, Red Bank Tom Pounds, Kingsbury Don Booker, Dobyns Bennett Carl Davis, Chattanooga City Robert Ashby, Chattanooga Central Justin Canale, Memphis Catholic David Satterfield, Nashville East Whit Canale, Memphis Catholic Don Whedbee, Knoxville East Lowell Bobbitt, Memphis Central Tom Roberts, Science Hill Don Reeverts, Fulton Bob Overholt, Knoxville West Nolan Sharp, Shelbyville Nolan Sharp, Shelbyville Bill Omar, Nashville Tennessee Ind. School Tom Poe, Chattanooga Central McLaughlin, Germantown Hal Miller, Dobyns Bennett Stainbrook, Memphis Central Claude Hill, Nashville Tennessee Ind. School McKinney, Chattanooga Central Robert Cifers, Dobyns Bennett Lillard Ailor, Science Hill D. West, Memphis Central Ed Cifers, Dobyns Bennett Ed Cifers, Dobyns Bennett Winfrey, Fayette County Pat Cureton, Knoxville High Cauley Clark, Morristown SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST SHOT PUT CHAMPIONS 7 - Christian Brothers ( ) 7 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 7 - MBA ( ) 5 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 5 - Memphis Central ( ) 4 - Jefferson Co. ( )

151 Year Champion Distance 2013 (A-AA) Rusty Provins, Cumberland Gap (AAA) Brett Neelly, Gallatin (D-II) Amos Mason, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Rusty Provins, Cumberland Gap (AAA) Marcus Franklin, LaVergne (D-II) Julian Nunally, McCallie (A-AA) Taylor McCord, Page (AAA) Hunter Harrison, Houston (D-II) Andrew Woodley, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Chris Safley, David Lipscomb (AAA) Jarkeith Ruffin, LaVergne (D-II) Sam Cooper, Ensworth (A-AA) Chris Safley, David Lipscomb (AAA) Jacques Smith, Ooltewah (D-II) Bruck Brucker, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Kenny Jones, Austin East (AAA) Dontari Poe, Wooddale (D-II) Bruck Brucker, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Mark Brown, Fulton (AAA) Isiah Williams, Ravenwood (D-II) Ian Thomas, Memphis University School (A-AA) Kenny Jones, Austin East (AAA) Eric Pickle, Bearden (D-II) Michael Swett, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) O.J. Tapplin, Fayette Ware (AAA) Eric Pickle, Bearden (D-II) Brian Ralls, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Orenthal Tapplin, Fayette Ware (AAA) John Jackson, Karns (D-II) Corey Mills, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Orenthal Tapplin, Fayette Ware (AAA) Ryan Baker, Tennessee (D-II) Corey Mills, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Hans Chilberg, Christ Presbyterian Academy (AAA) Zach Hazen, Houston (D-II) Corey Mills, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Hans Chilberg, Christ Presbyterian Academy (AAA) Chad Taylor, Cordova (D-II) J. D. Erickson, Christian Brothers (A-AA) John Patton, Christ Presbyterian Academy (AAA) Nick Yatsula, Houston (D-II) Brett Canale, Christian Brothers (A-AA) James Courtney, Jackson South Side (AAA) Nick Yatsula, Houston (D-II) Hunter Hillenmeyer, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Kevin Chadwick, Lenoir City (AAA) Matt Wegton, Houston (D-II) Hunter Hillenmeyer, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Matt Perry, Montgomery Bell Academy (AAA) Garr Holland, Memphis Central (A-AA) Brent Morris, David Lipscomb (AAA) David Nugent, Houston (A-AA) Melvin Evans, David Lipscomb (AAA) Reggie Grimes, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Scott Perkinson, Battle Ground Academy (AAA) Spencer Riley, Jefferson County (A-AA) Jason Webster, Gibbs (AAA) Aaron Ausmus, Campbell County (A-AA) Jason Webster, Gibbs (AAA) Jermaine Swafford, Soddy-Daisy (A-AA) Jason Morgan, Evangelical Christian School (AAA) Howard Collins, Morristown West (A-AA) Kelvin Hinton, Wooddale (AAA) Josh Kiru, John Overton (A-AA) Wright Jernigan, Union City (AAA) Earl Lester, Memphis Central (A-AA) James Maclin, Covington (AAA) Chris Cochran, Germantown (A-AA) Patrick Lenoir, Evangelical Christian School (AAA) Bryant Clevenger, Dobyns Bennett TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS DISCUS Year Champion Distance 1986 (A-AA) Patrick Lenoir, Evangelical Christian School (AAA) Brent Collins, Jefferson County (A-AA) Patrick Lenoir, Evangelical Christian School (AAA) Eric Still, Germantown (A-AA) Doug Lee, Frayser (AAA) Eric Still, Germantown (A-AA) David Coffee, Webb School of Knoxville (AAA) Richard Cooper, Melrose (A) Cleveland Trice, Tennessee Preparatory School (AA) Doug Edwards, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Steve Wade, Tyner (A) Cleveland Trice, Tennessee Preparatory School (AA) Steve Jacobs, Maryville (AAA) Rob Miller, Dobyns Bennett (A) Earl Orwig, Evangelical Christian School (AA) Landis Alexander, Memphis Central (AAA) Ernie Carson, Science Hill Hal Miller, Jr., Dobyns Bennett Hal Miller, Jr., Dobyns Bennett Bobby Thompson, Cleveland Bruce Bergenbach, McCallie Tommy Gouffon, Bearden Tommy Gouffon, Bearden Jim Presnell, Elizabethton Eddie Davis, Morristown West Wes Wallin, Knoxville South Bill Marler, Christian Brothers David Shaeffer, Oak Ridge Mike Stevens, Millington Tom Carmichael, Knoxville West Tom Carmichael, Knoxville West George Bone, Memphis Catholic George Bone, Memphis Catholic George Bone, Memphis Catholic Russ Dilley, Montgomery Bell Academy Russ Dilley, Montgomery Bell Academy Jim Collins, Goodlettsville Sam Humphreys, Science Hill Wesley Cox, Memphis Central Lowell Bobbitt, Memphis Central Bob Overholt, Knoxville West Don Reeverts, Fulton Jay Bayless, Fulton Jay Bayless, Fulton Tommy Fields, Whitehaven Tom Poe, Chattanooga Central Ken Roberts, Dobyns Bennett McLaughlin, Chattanooga Central Bayless, Knoxville High Stainbrook, Memphis Central Russell, Cookeville McKinney, Chattanooga Central Robert Cifers, Dobyns Bennett West, Memphis Central Patridge, Knoxville High Ed Cifers, Dobyns Bennett Fugate, Dobyns Bennett Winfrey, Fayette County Buford Ray, Nashville Central Buford Ray, Nashville Central SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST DISCUS CHAMPIONS 9 - Christian Brothers ( ) 8 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 7 - Memphis Central ( ) 6 - Houston ( ) 6 - MBA ( ) 5 - ECS ( ) 149

152 Year Champion Distance 2013 (A-AA) Patrick Taylor, Chattanooga Arts & Sciences (AAA) Phillip Smith, West Creek (D-II) Jalen Ramsey, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Marquez Lanton, Memphis Health Sciences (AAA) James Lazas, Brentwood (D-II) Jalen Ramsey, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Patrick Taylor, Chattanooga Arts & Sciences (AAA) Jadon Short, Oak Ridge (D-II) Chase Owen, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Blake Edwards, Martin Luther King (AAA) Jalen White, Southwind (D-II) Lane LaChapelle, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Zach Rogers, David Lipscomb (AAA) Terry Hodges, LaVergne (D-II) Victor Caro, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Zach Rogers, David Lipscomb (AAA) Terry Hodges, LaVergne (D-II) Patrick Crum, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Jerome Fields, Mitchell (AAA) Lamont Hall, Hamilton (D-II) Patrick Crum, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) LaRay Foote, Mitchell (AAA) Taron Hayes, Raleigh Egypt (D-II) Bo Knox, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) LaRay Foote, Mitchell (AAA) Bernard Wilson, Hunters Lane (D-II) Roman Dent, Ensworth (A-AA) Michael Joyner, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Bernard Wilson, Hunters Lane (D-II) Reggie Peyton, St. Benedict (A-AA) Michael Joyner, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Brandon Winbush, Bartlett (D-II) Adarius Bowman, Notre Dame (A-AA) Torrey Hunter, Tyner (AAA) Jakeith Hairston, Science Hill (D-II) Aaron Simms, Briarcrest (A-AA) Rob Bates, Franklin Road Academy (AAA) Joey Knight, Columbia Central (D-II) Aaron Simms, Briarcrest (A-AA) Jabari Greer, Jackson South Side (AAA) Jason Mershon, Cordova (D-II) Willie Idlette, Baylor (A-AA) Ken Hamlin, Frayser (AAA) Kevin Yeager, Farragut (D-II) Jess McKay, McCallie (A-AA) Kenneth Threlkerld, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Jeremy Graves, Dobyns Bennett (D-II) Jess McKay, McCallie (A-AA) Cody Goodin, McMinn Central (AAA) Camron Howard, Tullahoma (A-AA) Kelsey Williams, Humboldt (AAA) Camron Howard, Tullahoma (A-AA) Rommel Childress, Memphis University School (AAA) Camron Howard, Tullahoma (A-AA) Kevin Joynes, Tyner (AAA) Mark Gray, Germantown (A-AA) Renardo Hampton, Memphis East (AAA) Nick Williams, Dobyns Bennett (A-AA) Kris Garrett, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Nick Williams, Dobyns Bennett (A-AA) Rob Holston, Celina (AAA) Scottie Stewart, Morristown West (A-AA) Kevin Smith, Bishop Byrne (AAA) Micah Otis, John Overton (A-AA) Jason Patrick, Brentwood Academy (AAA) John Ealam, Oak Ridge (A-AA) Jason Patrick, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Terrance Williams, Wooddale (A-AA) Mossy Taylor, Austin East (AAA) Terrance Williams, Wooddale TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS LONG JUMP Year Champion Distance 1986 (A-AA) Keith Watson, Westside (AAA) Jeff Faulkerson, Dobyns Bennett (A-AA) Chris Caldwell, Frayser (AAA) Reggie Cobb, Knoxville Central (A-AA) Larry Cantrell, Goodlettsville (AAA) Malcome Baraham, Gallatin (A-AA) Thomas Jackson, McMinn Central (AAA) F. Pillow, Whites Creek (A) Vincent Nathaniel, Memphis Catholic (AA) Tim Thompson, Cleveland (AAA) Dwight Johson, Whites Creek (A) Jeffery Jarrett, Alcoa (AA) Glynis Turner, Memphis Central (AAA) Keith Golden, Memphis South Side (A) Vaughn Elder, Goodpasture (AA) Chris Scott, Memphis Catholic (AAA) Aubrey Leftwich, Tyner Marvin Hinton, Memphis Douglass Dwain Harris, Clarksville Paul Davis, Cleveland Paul Davis, Cleveland Sam Johnson, Nashville Pearl Marvin Brown, Westwood Terdell Middleton, Memphis South Side Dale Green, Memphis Messick Steve Beeler, Knoxville Halls Charles Geeter, Austin East Larry Baker, Chattanooga Riverside Derek Wagner, Memphis Bertrand Dick Wagner, Memphis Bertrand James Pruitt, Nashville Cameron Steve Keltner, Memphis University School Scott Kilpatrick, Germantown Charles Gamble, Antioch Ronnie Ward, Nashville East Harry Sayle, Memphis Catholic Junior Ward, Nashville East Larry Mason, Oak Ridge Howie Moss, Oak Ridge Terrell Clift, Fulton Richard Vollmer, Memphis Central Richard Vollmer, Memphis Central Ferrell Bowman, Science Hill Cox, Frayser Don Lynch, Oak Ridge Harold Poe, Kingsport Sullivan Maurice Brown, Knoxville High Gobes, Whitehaven Roe, Memphis Central Neff, Whitehaven Cross, Tennessee Malach, Knoxville Stair Tech Claude Hill, Nashville Tennessee Ind. School Cope, Chattanooga City Paul Duncan, Dobyns Bennett Robert Cifers, Dobyns Bennett Patridge, Knoxville High M.T. Smith, Dobyns Bennett M.T. Smith, Dobyns Bennett Venn, Memphis Central Warren Prewitt, Memphis Central Johnson, Memphis Central SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST LONG JUMP CHAMPIONS 8 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 7 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 7 - Memphis Central ( ) 5 - Oak Ridge ( ) 4 - Raleigh Egypt ( )

153 Year Champion Distance 2013 (A-AA) Deondre Moore, Fairview (AAA) Hunter Boone, Science Hill (D-II) Chris Davis, Memphis University School (A-AA) Nico Scott, Memphis Health Sciences (AAA) James Stovall, Bradley Central (D-II) Rodney Edmiston, Ensworth (A-AA) Hunter Lewis, Sequatchie County (AAA) Tyler Anderson, Hillsboro (D-II) Rodney Edmiston, Ensworth (A-AA) Cordaro Golden, Sheffield (AAA) Terry Hodges, LaVergne (D-II) Stephond Allmond, Memphis University School (A-AA) Cody Forbes, Elizabethton (AAA) Willie Matthews, Bartlett (D-II) Taylor Reed, Memphis University School (A-AA) Orlandus Harris, Brainerd (AAA) Roman Dent, Brentwood (D-II) D.J. Cochran, McCallie (A-AA) Orlandus Harris, Brainerd (AAA) Roman Dent, Brentwood (D-II) Cameron Hope, Briarcrest (A-AA) Eric Smith, Mitchell (AAA) Maurice Grant, Kenwood (D-II) Bo Knox, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Zachary Mosby, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Brandon Jones, Cordova (D-II) Kofi Semenya, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Michael Joyner, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Patrick Davis, LaVergne (D-II) Michael Bingham, McCallie (A-AA) Michael Joyner, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Dominique Smith, Memphis Central (D-II) Adarius Bowman, Notre Dame (A-AA) Jamel Sankey, Alcoa (AAA) Jakeith Hairston, Science Hill (D-II) Aaron Simms, Briarcrest (A-AA) Sanchez Releford, Volunteer (AAA) Gerald Sensabaugh, Dobyns Bennett (D-II) Aaron Simms, Briarcrest (A-AA) Sanchez Releford, Volunteer (AAA) Kevin Yeager, Farragut (D-II) Willie Idlette, Baylor (A-AA) Karlos Mungen, Kingsbury (AAA) Kevin Yeager, Farragut (D-II) Adam Belvo, McCallie (A-AA) Delvit Rogers, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Kevin Yeager, Farragut (D-II) Troy Fleming, Battle Ground Academy (A-AA) Jeff Smith, Hume Fogg (AAA) Camron Howard, Tullahoma SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST TRIPLE JUMP CHAMPIONS 4 - Raleigh Egypt ( ) 3 - Briarcrest ( ) 3 - Farragut ( ) 3 - McCallie ( ) 3 - MUS ( ) 2 - Brainerd ( ); Brentwood Aca. ( ); Ensworth ( ); LaVergne ( ); Science Hill ( ); Volunteer ( ) TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS TRIPLE JUMP 151

154 Year Champion Distance 2013 (A-AA) Jay Baker, Christ Presbyterian Academy 6-02 (AAA) K.J. Carothers, Collierville 6-08 (D-II) Harrison Williams, Memphis University School (A-AA) Tyree Nightinggale, East Literature 6-04 (AAA) Joseph Hall, Centennial 6-08 (D-II) Reggie Upshaw, Baylor (A-AA) Justin Street, Sheffield 6-03 (AAA) Kody Brown, Oakland 6-10 (D-II) Terrance Wilson, McCallie (A-AA) Marcus Walker, Christian Academy of Knoxville 6-06 (AAA) Christian Little, McGavock 6-06 (D-II) Keenan Hale, McCallie (A-AA) Cameron Fox, Stone Memorial 6-08 (AAA) Georgio Lynwood, Jackson Central-Merry 6-06 (D-II) Wesley Tate, Pope John Paul II (A-AA) Cameron Fox, Stone Memorial 6-06 (AAA) Tyler Stepp, Jefferson County 6-08 (D-II) Kevin Carney, Father Ryan (A-AA) Harrison Smith, Knoxville Catholic 6-04 (AAA) Tyler Stepp, Jefferson County 6-08 (D-II) Ryan Bristol, Battle Ground Academy (A-AA) Henry Crutcher, Notre Dame 6-08 (AAA) Adrian Taylor, Fairley 6-08 (D-II) Isaac Stovall, Father Ryan (A-AA) Mandurel Brewer, Mitchell 6-04 (AAA) Joel Miller, Karns 6-04 (D-II) Matthew Shepard, Briarcrest (A-AA) James Jones, Anderson County 6-08 (AAA) Bernard Wilson, Hunters Lane 6-08 (D-II) Alex Pruitt, Lausanne (A-AA) Jermaine Bailey, Fayette Ware 6-04 (AAA) Buford Williams, Maplewood 6-08 (D-II) Adarius Bowman, Notre Dame (A-AA) Corey Brewer, Portland 6-04 (AAA) Chris Wilson, Knoxville Halls 6-07 (D-II) Adarius Bowman, Notre Dame (A-AA) Curtis Hines, B.T. Washington 7-00 (AAA) Marcus Harris, Memphis Overton 6-08 (D-II) Adarius Bowman, Notre Dame (A-AA) Jabari Greer, Jackson South Side 6-04 (AAA) Danny Morrow, Cordova 6-08 (D-II) T.J. Thompson, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Jason Rogan, Portland 6-06 (AAA) Jeremy Anderson, Greeneville 6-06 (D-II) Chris Hamblen, Father Ryan (A-AA) Tony Ross, Covington 6-06 (AAA) Kris Koger, LaVergne 6-06 (D-II) Chris Hamblen, Father Ryan (AAA) Tim Bell, Maryville 6-10 (A-AA) Tracy Floyd, Page (AAA) Eric Draper, White Station 7-00 (A-AA) Tracy Floyd, Page (AAA) Matt Ison, Knoxville Halls 6-08 (A-AA) Matt Reed, Knoxville West (AAA) Ben Whittkowski, Knoxville Halls 6-06 (A-AA) Matt Reed, Knoxville West (AAA) Neil Thomas, Baylor 6-06 (A-AA) Chris Scarlett, Goodpasture (AAA) Jamie Trull, Cleveland 6-08 (A-AA) David Bouie, Notre Dame (AAA) Kevin Boggs, Sullivan North 6-06 (A-AA) Troy Sands, Fairview (AAA) Trent Eubanks, Hendersonville 6-06 (A-AA) Scott Cooper, Evangelical Christian School (AAA) Antonio London, Tullahoma 6-06 (A-AA) Ronie Readus, Notre Dame (AAA) Randy Jenkins, Rhea County 6-06 (A-AA) Todd Lyons, Gibbs (AAA) Bryon McCollum, Gallatin 6-10 (A-AA) Stacy Binkley, Unicoi County TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS HIGH JUMP Year Champion Distance 1986 (AAA) John Craylor, Morristown East 6-10 (A-AA) Andy Dockery, Maryville (AAA) Charles Forlidas, McCallie 6-08 (A-AA) John Crafton, Bishop Byrne (AAA) Bobby Hill, Dobyns Bennett 6-10 (A-AA) Reginald Moore, Chattanooga City (AAA) Tony Heitzman, Bearden 6-10 (A-AA) Reginald Moore, Chattanooga City (A) Sterling Ambrose, Franklin Road Academy 6-00 (AA) Patrick Dabry, Chattanooga City 6-06 (AAA) March Egerton, Hillsboro (A) Eric Wilkins, Westside 6-04 (AA) Bob Anderson, Battle Ground Academy 6-08 (AAA) Baskerville Holmes, Westwood (A) James McAlister, Nashville Christian 6-02 (AA) Bob Anderson, Battle Ground Academy 6-08 (AAA) Bill Jackson, Morristown East Robert Franklin, Memphis Douglass Marm Studway, Memphis South Side Larry Clapp, Gibbs Jeff McGinnis, Dobyns Bennett Erwin Jones, McCallie George McMillian, McCallie Shannon LeRoy, Montgomery Bell Academy Mark Branch, Knoxville Doyle Mark Branch, Knoxville Doyle Tom West, Brainerd Danny Williams, East Ridge Fred Petway, Hume Fogg Otis McGhee, Chattanooga Riverside Fred Petway, Hume Fogg Bobby Patterson, Battle Ground Academy Steve Dill, Fulton Jay Cole, Knoxville South Wayne Cook, Nashville North Larry Silvers, Knoxville South Earl Gillespie, White Station Frank Halliburton, Father Ryan Buddy Lobetti, Knoxville East Jack Dillingham, Nashville Bellevue Buddy Lobetti, Knoxville East Morton Waller, Memphis Central David Johnson, Knoxville West Bob Taylor, Science Hill Bobby Lance, Dobyns Bennett Spain, Collierville Bobby Ellis, Science Hill Bobby Ellis, Science Hill Scruggs, Collierville Roe, Memphis Central Goodman, Memphis Tech Lacey, Whitehaven H. Thomas, Memphis Tech John W. Arnold, Dobyns Bennett Nix, Nashville Tennessee Ind. School King, Dyersburg Keltner, Memphis Tech Jim Wallin, Science Hill Jim Wallin, Science Hill Hugh Blessing, Dobyns Bennett Jack Showalter, Dobyns Bennett Bill Tucker, Memphis Messick Cottrell, Knoxville High Bill Tucker, Memphis Messick Buster Robertson, Maury City Bill Tucker, Memphis Messick Fred Curtis, Nashville East 5-11 SCHOOL WITH THE MOST HIGH JUMP CHAMPIONS 6 - Dobyns Bennett (1936 (2) ); Notre Dame ( )

155 Year Champion Height 2013 (A-AA) Devon Wade, University School Johnson City (AAA) Justin Lankes, Ravenwood (D-II) Harrison Williams, Memphis University School (A-AA) Devon Wade, University School Johnson City (AAA) Eric Hoff, Brentwood (D-II) Peyton Moss, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Christopher Charles, Christ Presbyterian Aca (AAA) Jacob Shaheen, Houston (D-II) Sam Tabor, Evangelical Christian School (A-AA) Christopher Charles, Christ Presbyterian Aca (AAA) Austin Crenshaw, Houston (D-II) Sam Cox, Memphis University School (A-AA) Ryan Cook, Christ Presbyterian Academy (AAA) Austin Crenshaw, Houston (D-II) Barrett Folk, Memphis University School (A-AA) Ryan Cook, Christ Presbyterian Academy (AAA) Roman Dent, Brentwood (D-II) Christian Waddey, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Caleb Lee, Christ Presbyterian Academy (AAA) Robbey Rasmussen, Cordova (D-II) Ben Davies, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Adam Aldridge, Unicoi County (AAA) Michael Ayers, Ravenwood (D-II) Christian Waddey, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Anderson Skaggs, Martin Luther King (AAA) Karl Kosman, Houston (D-II) Elliot Montesi, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Burton Elrod, David Lipscomb (AAA) Karl Kosman, Houston (D-II) Chris Buck, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Brandon Grass, Franklin Road Academy (AAA) Lee Trembley, Maryville (D-II) Alex Wise, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Patrick Cleeton, Franklin Road Academy (AAA) Michael Hogue, Houston (D-II) Alex Wise, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Andrew King, David Lipscomb (AAA) Andy Lane, Knoxville West (D-II) Ben Ralls, Battle Ground Academy (A-AA) Andrew King, David Lipscomb (AAA) Jeff Trembley, Maryville (D-II) Collier King, Baylor (A-AA) Todd Olsen, Franklin Road Academy (AAA) Nathan Parkhurst, Oak Ridge (D-II) Hunter Verner, Montgomery Central (A-AA) James Kuykendall, David Lipscomb (AAA) Ryan Haynes, Bearden (D-II) John Ozier, Montgomery Central (A-AA) John Hamilton, Memphis University School (AAA) John Lax, Houston (AAA) Ludovic Bruneau, Houston (A-AA) Andy Hobbs, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Ryan Spence, Memphis University School (AAA) Eric Brunette, Baylor (A-AA) Clark Humphreys, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Auerlain Burneau, Houston (A-AA) Clark Humphreys, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Mark Trandem, Houston (A-AA) Joe Dan Marshall, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Carter Baker, Montgomery Central (A-AA) Joe Dan Marshall, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Carter Baker, Montgomery Central (A-AA) David Rubio, Harding Academy (AAA) Matthew Levine, McCallie (A-AA) David Rubio, Harding Academy (AAA) William Glasser, Hendersonville (A-AA) Johnny Ferguson, Gibbs (AAA) Mike Taylor, Kingsbury (A-AA) Dusty Goodwin, Gibbs (AAA) Mike Taylor, Kingsbury TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS POLE VAULT Year Champion Height 1986 (A-AA) James Fentress, Westside (AAA) Matt Kaye, Oak Ridge (A-AA) Scott Hartman, Brentwood (AAA) Jim Denton, Oak Ridge (A-AA) Scott Sherrod, Maryville (AAA) Jim Denton, Baylor (A-AA) Mike Victory, Brentwood Academy (AAA) James Stittiams, Whitehaven (A) Lon Eskind, University School of Nashville (AA) Gary Maddox, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Tom Reke, Tennessee (A) Mike Good, Franklin Road Academy (AA) Gary Maddox, Brentwood Academy (AAA) David Wiles, Sullivan Central (A) Keith Nash, David Lipscomb (AA) Scott Heldman, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Brian Quist, Oak Ridge J.R. Fix, Hixson Tim Sawyer, Franklin Brian Friend, Germantown Rob Jones, Webb School of Knoxville Josh Abston, Baylor John Houts, Tyner Wayne Scroggins, Wooddale Bill Murray, Baylor Jerry Acree, Memphis Messick Dick Heck, Brainerd Win Smith, Dobyns Bennett Charles Margolin, Frayser Phil Edmonds, Chattanooga City Gregg Robinson, Oak Ridge Russ Valentine, Germantown Harvey Satauber, White Station Wayne Ellers, Memphis Catholic Mike Forrester, Dobyns Bennett Frank Gilley, Science Hill Larry Brown, Battle Ground Academy Sammy Duncan, Oak Ridge Sammy Duncan, Oak Ridge Bo Mapp, Knoxville West Wayne Parsons, Oak Ridge Robert Inman, Franklin Jack Faysoux, Germantown John Diggs, Germantown Farrell, Treadwell Sonny McCowan, Knoxville East Light, Nashville Tennessee Ind. School Longo, Memphis CBC John Diggs, Germantown Neff, Whitehaven Sheffield, Bartlett J.W. Salley, Dobyns Bennett D.W. Salley, Dobyns Bennett Lacey, Whitehaven Evans, Bartlett Carter, Bartlett George Peters, Dobyns Bennett Tom Carter, Dobyns Bennett Tom Carter, Dobyns Bennett Tom Carter, Dobyns Bennett Stewart, Cookeville Maurice Cottrell, Knoxville High Earl McClelland, Science Hill Buster Robertson, Maury City Maurice Cottrell, Knoxville High SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST POLE VAULT CHAMPIONS 11 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 10 - Houston ( ) 8 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 8 - Oak Ridge ( ) 153

156 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Chaz Hawkins, Signal Mountain (AAA) Justin Hunt, Whitehaven (D-II) Anthony Miller, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Phillip Booker II, Nashville Christian (AAA) Shawn Harris, Memphis Central (D-II) Iman Isang, McCallie (A-AA) Josh Robinson, Red Bank (AAA) Chris Smith, Clarksville (D-II) Bryson Lillard, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Ben Tankard, Martin Luther King (AAA) Kevaughn Griffith, White Station (D-II) Bryson Lillard, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Ben Tankard, Martin Luther King (AAA) Kevaughn Griffith, White Station (D-II) Bryson Lillard, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Orlandus Harris, Brainerd (AAA) Jack Porter, Blackman (D-II) Eric Collins, Father Ryan (A-AA) Justin Fuqua, Elizabethton (AAA) Roman Dent, Brentwood (D-II) Ben Davies, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) K.J. Beavers, Goodpasture (AAA) Walt Horton, John Overton (D-II) Rich Tompkins, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) K.J. Beavers, Goodpasture (AAA) Simeon Harris, Cordova (D-II) Marty Ross, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Demarcus Stevens, Fulton (AAA) Simeon Harris, Cordova 14:05 (D-II) Chris Buck, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Richard Barbour, Martin Luther King (AAA) John Yarbrough, Hunters Lane (D-II) Michael Bingham, McCallie (A-AA) Richard Barbour, Martin Luther King (AAA) John Yarbrough, Hunters Lane (D-II) Daniel Montgomery, Baylor (A-AA) Rob Bates, Franklin Road Academy (AAA) Linnie Yarbrough, Hunters Lane (D-II) Brett Phillips, Baylor (A-AA) Jabari Greer, Jackson South Side (AAA) Keiron Cochron, Memphis Overton (D-II) T.J. Thompson, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Jabari Greer, Jackson South Side (AAA) Steven Wood, Oak Ridge (D-II) Jess McKay, McCallie (A-AA) Dale Norwood, Hillcrest (AAA) Jeremy Graves, Dobyns Bennett (D-II) Thomas Felch, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Brian Gentry, David Lipscomb (AAA) Anthony Thompson, Ooltewah (A-AA) Michael Herron, Lenoir City (AAA) Anthony Thompson, Ooltewah (A-AA) Nate Davis, Knoxville West (AAA) Carlos Clardy, White Station (A-AA) Nate Davis, Knoxville West (AAA) Carlos Clardy, White Station (A-AA) Ryan McClary, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Ralph Hill, Memphis Central (A-AA) Germaine Jones, Ridgeway (AAA) Terrance Tucker, Hillcrest (A-AA) Eric Neal, Wooddale (AAA) Brian Mitchell, Red Bank TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 110 METER HURDLES Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Jerome Kilgo, Harriman (AAA) Ralph Thompson, Hillwood (A-AA) David Phillips, Memphis University School (AAA) Marion Watson, Hamilton (A-AA) Derek Taylor, Gibbs 15.0 (AAA) Rocky Clay, Tennessee (A-AA) Derek Taylor, Brentwood Academy 15.0 (AAA) Marvin Olige, Whites Creek (A-AA) Darin Brown, David Lipscomb 14.7 (AAA) Robert McFarland, Elizabethton (A-AA) Russell Harris, Oakhaven 14.7 (AAA) Nico Perkins, Mitchell (A-AA) Greg Johnson, Brentwood Academy 14.4 (AAA) Scotty Harris, Tennessee (A-AA) Greg Johnson, Brentwood Academy 14.2 (AAA) Bevin Carpenter, Wooddale (A) Steve Osborne, Memphis Prep 14.4 (AA) Jeff McKinney, Brentwood Academy 15.3 (AAA) James Yarbrough, Fulton (A) Maurice Taylor, Halls 15.2 (AA) Steve Osborne, Memphis Prep 14.0 (AAA) Jeff Powell, Whites Creek SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 110 METER HURDLES CHAMPIONS 11 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 4 - MLK ( ) 4 - White Station ( ) 3 - Hunters Lane ( ) 3 - McCallie ( )

157 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Justice Wooten, Martin Luther King (AAA) Anthony Young, White Station (D-II) Harrison Williams, Memphis University School (A-AA) Justice Wooten, Martin Luther King (AAA) A Darrius Sanders, Knoxville West (D-II) Eric Foster, Briarcrest (A-AA) Shaquille Moore, Fairley (AAA) Adarius Sanders, Knoxville West (D-II) Bryson Lillard, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Kiwann Williams, Whites Creek (AAA) Jeremiah Foster, Sevier County (D-II) Bryson Lillard, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Ben Tankard, Martin Luther King (AAA) Edward Dutton, Hardin Valley (D-II) Bryson Lillard, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Josh Ball, Tellico Plains (AAA) Hollis Moore, Whitehaven (D-II) Wesley Idlette, Baylor (A-AA) Orlandus Harris, Brainerd (AAA) Thomas Baker, McGavock (D-II) Ben Davies, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Justin Fuqua, Elizabethton (AAA) Jay Oatts, Bearden (D-II) Ben Davies, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) John Souder, Franklin Road Academy (AAA) Simeon Harris, Cordova (D-II) Ben Davies, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) John Souder, Franklin Road Academy (AAA) Simeon Harris, Cordova (D-II) Zach Rodgers, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Richard Barbour, Martin Luther King (AAA) Juan Walker, Hunters Lane (D-II) Michael Bingham, McCallie (A-AA) Jerome Buchanan, B.T. Washington (AAA) Damond Campbell, Kenwood (D-II) Brett Phillips, Baylor (A-AA) Tyrus Ward, Brainerd (AAA) Chris Harrington, Tullahoma (D-II) Steve Ingram, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Jabari Greer, Jackson South Side (AAA) Kevin Yeager, Farragut (D-II) T.J. Thompson, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Jabari Greer, Jackson South Side (AAA) Kevin Yeager, Farragut (D-II) Jess McKay, McCallie (A-AA) Jabari Greer, Jackson South Side (AAA) Jeremy Graves, Dobyns Bennett (D-II) Jess McKay, McCallie (A-AA) Andrew Parks, Evangelical Christian School (AAA) Corey Jackson, Memphis Central (A-AA) Michael Herron, Lenoir City (AAA) Charles McTorry, Hillsboro (A-AA) Sheldon Gillum, Carver (AAA) Kevin Olige, Whites Creek (A-AA) Lloyd Young, Hillcrest (AAA) Kevin Olige, Whites Creek (A-AA) David Fox, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Ralph Hill, Memphis Central (A-AA) Thomas Pigues, Ridgeway (AAA) Richard Wright, Wooddale (A-AA) Eric Neal, Wooddale (AAA) Brigham Lyons, Greeneville TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 300 METER HURDLES Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Jerome Kilgo, Harriman (AAA) Ralph Thompson, Hillwood (A-AA) Jay Foster, Page (AAA) Ralph Thompson, Hillwood (A-AA) Chris Atkins, Gibbs (AAA) Rocky Clay, Tennessee (A-AA) Fred Wyke, McNairy Central (AAA) Marvin Olige, Whites Creek (A-AA) Manuel Malone, Frayser (AAA) Haven Herndon, Tyner (A-AA) Chris McMillian, Harding Academy (AAA) Nico Perkins, Mitchell (A-AA) Donald Maybury, Howard (AAA) Terry Topping, Red Bank (A-AA) Peter Hunt, McCallie (AAA) Quinton Crawford, Whites Creek (AAA) Charles Brown, B.T. Washington (AA) Albert Mask, Trezevant (A) Maurice Taylor, Halls (AAA) Jeff Powell, Whites Creek (AA) Billy Brooks, Ripley (A) Mark Hoggard, Evangelical Christian School 39.7 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 300 METER HURDLES CHAMPIONS 7 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 6 - Whites Creek ( ) 4 - MLK ( ) 4 - McCallie ( ) 3 - J. South Side ( ) 155

158 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Patrick Taylor, Chattanooga Arts & Sciences (AAA) Lionel Morris, Knoxville West (D-II) C.J. Fritz, McCallie (A-AA) Eric Chism, Jackson Central-Merry (AAA) Jerome Henderson, Clarksville (D-II) Alex Huggins, Briarcrest (A-AA) Tony Johnson, Fayette Ware (AAA) Bradley Davis, Walker Valley (D-II) Joshua Pleasant, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Justin Emerson, Christian Academy of Knoxville (AAA) Travis Thornhill, Cordova (D-II) Prince Iworah, Father Ryan (A-AA) Benjamin Cunnigham, Goodpasture (AAA) Raymond Jackson, Centennial (D-II) Wesley Tate, Pope John Paul II (A-AA) Zach Rogers, David Lipscomb (AAA) Johnny Myricks, Ooltewah (D-II) Wesley Tate, Pope John Paul II (A-AA) Adrian Bentley, Brainerd (AAA) Robert Ezell, Antioch (D-II) Chris Jordan, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) James McDowell, Brainerd (AAA) Kyle Stevenson, Memphis Central (D-II) Stephen Fly, Evangelical Christian School (A-AA) James Vaughn, Page (AAA) Malcolm Sheffield, Beech (D-II) Stephen Fly, Evangelical Christian School (A-AA) Andre Cleaves, Covington (AAA) La Marcus Coker, Antioch (D-II) Michael Bingham, McCallie (A-AA) Anthony Anderson, East Ridge (AAA) Chris Pearson, Northeast (D-II) Michael Bingham, McCallie (A-AA) Terrance Crump, Westside (AAA) Sean Waller, Hunters Lane (D-II) Aaron Simms, Briarcrest (A-AA) James Rainer, Alcoa (AAA) Chris Jones, Riverdale (D-II) Willie Idlette, Baylor (A-AA) James Rainer, Alcoa (AAA) Mardy Scales, Centennial (D-II) Eric Taylor, Briarcrest (A-AA) James Rainer, Alcoa (AAA) Marquis Davis, Hamilton (D-II) Troy Fleming, Battle Ground Academy (A-AA) Brandon Jarnigan, Franklin Road Academy (AAA) Marquis Davis, Hamilton (D-II) Eric Taylor, Briarcrest (A-AA) Cody Goodin, McMinn Central (AAA) Camron Howard, Tullahoma (A-AA) Anthony Ford, Brainerd (AAA) Isaiah Brown, Northwest (A-AA) Rodney Whiteside, Gibbs 10.8 (AAA) Marlon Ford, Craigmont (A-AA) Alvin Banks, Tyner (AAA) Ramon Clay, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Donnell Dunning, Howard (AAA) Ramon Clay, Hunters Lane (A-AA) David Woodard, East Robertson (AAA) Toby Patton, Science Hill (A-AA) Edward Johnson, Tullahoma (AAA) Andre Bell, Hamilton TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 100 METER DASH Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Mario Braston, Tullahoma 11.1 (AAA) Ralph Thompson, Hillwood (A-AA) Rhonya Quick, Austin East (AAA) Dermetrious Lott, Hamilton (A-AA) Rhonya Quick, Austin East (AAA) Tyres Richardson, Wooddale (A-AA) Danny Hickman, Sheffield 10.7 (AAA) Tommy Walker, Hillcrest (A-AA) Willie Lundy, Alcoa 10.5 (AAA) Trezevant Gardner, Fairley (A-AA) Larry Cantrell, Goodlettsville 10.4 (AAA) Byron Stovall, Franklin County (A-AA) Larry Cantrell, Goodlettsville 10.6 (AAA) Bobby Ellis, Oakland (A-AA) Larry Cantrell, Goodlettsville 10.8 (AAA) Craig Hodge, Nashville Pearl (A) Leon McNeal, Tennessee Preparatory School 10.9 (AA) James Braham, Knoxville Rule 10.7 (AAA) Donnie Dowlen, Clarksville (A) Mike Hudson, Halls 10.7 (AA) Jerome Hollis, Memphis Douglass 10.7 (AAA) Marcus Currie, Hillsboro SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 100 METER DASH CHAMPIONS 4 - Alcoa ( ) 4 - Briarcrest ( ) 4 - Hamilton ( ) 3 - Brainerd ( ) 3 - Goodlettsville ( ) 3 - Hunters Lane ( ) 3 - McCallie ( ) 3 - Tullahoma ( )

159 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Patrick Taylor, Chattanooga Arts & Sciences (AAA) Donald Gray, White Station (D-II) D Montre Wade, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Eric Chism, Jackson Central-Merry (AAA) Jerome Henderson, Clarksville (D-II) Jalen Ramsey, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Tony Johnson, Fayette Ware (AAA) Jadon Short, Oak Ridge (D-II) Chris Armfield, Evangelical Christian School (A-AA) Justin Emerson, Christian Academy of Knoxville (AAA) Jaz Davis, Hunters Lane (D-II) Tucker Peabody, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Kevin Barfield, Frayser (AAA) Jarael Nelvis, White Station (D-II) Keith McBride, Memphis University School (A-AA) Zach Rogers, David Lipscomb (AAA) Roland Brooks, Memphis Overton (D-II) Chris Vaughn, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Brandon Byram, Station Camp (AAA) Quentin Greenlee, Morristown West (D-II) Chase Daugherty, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Brandon Byrum, Station Camp (AAA) Kyle Stevenson, Memphis Central (D-II) Chris Vaughn, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) LaRaye Foote, Mitchell (AAA) Kyle Stevenson, Memphis Central (D-II) Walker Pritchard, Memphis University School (A-AA) Jordan Jeffers, Scott (AAA) Shawn Bayes, Craigmont (D-II) Michael Bingham, McCallie (A-AA) Lance Thompson, Carter (AAA) La Marcus Coker, Antioch (D-II) Paxton Montgomery, Notre Dame (A-AA) Brandon Johnson, Westside (AAA) Sean Waller, Hunters Lane (D-II) Aaron Simms, Briarcrest (A-AA) James Rainer, Alcoa (AAA) Sean Waller, Hunters Lane (D-II) Willie Idlette, Baylor (A-AA) James Rainer, Alcoa (AAA) Mardy Scales, Centennial (D-II) Eric Taylor, Briarcrest (A-AA) Darryl Robinson, Raleigh Egypt 22.2 (AAA) Marquis Davis, Hamilton (D-II) Mark McDonald, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Brandon Jarnigan, Franklin Road Academy (AAA) Jeremy Martin, Hunters Lane (D-II) Wes Scott, Memphis University School (A-AA) Edwin Thomas, Westwood (AAA) Isom Sharp, Craigmont (A-AA) Damien Dodson, Westwood (AAA) Jeremy Taylor, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Rodney Whiteside, Gibbs (AAA) Rico Caruthers, Hillsboro (A-AA) Dustin Moore, Greeneville (AAA) Ramon Clay, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Donnell Dunning, Howard (AAA) Ramon Clay, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Tarris Mitchell, Mitchell 21.8 (AAA) Corey Walker, Hillcrest (A-AA) Edward Johnson, Tullahoma (AAA) Terry Townsend, Hunters Lane 21.5 TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 200 METER DASH Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Shay Tate, Knoxville Holston 22.1 (AAA) Micah Otis, John Overton (A-AA) Rhonya Quick, Austin East (AAA) Shawn Bell, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Kenny Arnold, Memphis East (AAA) Tyres Richardson, Wooddale (A-AA) Darryle Garth, Trezevant 21.8 (AAA) Tyres Richardson, Wooddale (A-AA) Willie Lundy, Alcoa 21.9 (AAA) Orin Carpenter, Wooddale (A-AA) Larry Cantrell, Goodlettsville 21.5 (AAA) Patrick Perkins, Hamilton (A-AA) Larry Cantrell, Goodlettsville 21.6 (AAA) Keith Davis, John Overton (A-AA) Larry Cantrell, Goodlettsville 22 (AAA) Craig Hodge, Nashville Pearl (A) Vincent Nathaniel, Memphis Catholic 22.5 (AA) James Braham, Knoxville Rule 21.6 (AAA) Donnie Johnson, Whites Creek (A) Mike Hudson, Halls 21.9 (AA) Jerome Hollis, Memphis Douglass 21.5 (AAA) Marcus Currie, Hillsboro 21.2 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 200 METER DASH CHAMPIONS 9 - Hunters Lane ( ) 5 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 3 - Alcoa ( ) 3 - Goodlettsville ( ) 3 - MUS ( ) 3 - Wooddale ( ) 157

160 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) DeAndre Webster, Spring Hill (AAA) Finis Stribling, Independence (D-II) Jalen Ramsey, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Sam Cranford, Christ Presbyterian Academy (AAA) Geoff Nelson, Ravenwood (D-II) Jalen Ramsey, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Tony Johnson, Fayette Ware (AAA) Ryan Heaston, Cordova (D-II) Chase Owen, Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Kevin Barfield, Frayser (AAA) Ryan Heaston, Cordova (D-II) Austin Martindale, University School of Jackson (A-AA) Justin Whitfield, Dyersburg (AAA) Quartez Clark, Cordova (D-II) Elliott Bryant, Memphis University School (A-AA) Justin Whitfield, Dyersburg (AAA) Roland Brooks, Memphis Overton (D-II) Chris Vaughn, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Adrian Bentley, Brainerd (AAA) James Gilreath, Bartlett (D-II) Miles Bryant, Memphis University School (A-AA) Jerome Field, Mitchell (AAA) Brandon Gray, Cordova (D-II) Evan Ellison, McCallie (A-AA) Murphy Goodman, Martin Luther King (AAA) Bryan Webb, Bearden (D-II) Clay Hefferman, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Jordan Jeffers, Scott (AAA) Bryan Webb, Bearden (D-II) Michael Bingham, McCallie (A-AA) Jordan Jeffers, Scott (AAA) Corey Kizer, Melrose (D-II) Taylor Hart, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Britton Burton, Ezell Harding (AAA) Sean Waller, Hunters Lane (D-II) Willie Idlette, Baylor (A-AA) Nathaniel Miner, Melrose (AAA) Chris Jones, Riverdale (D-II) Willie Idlette, Baylor (A-AA) Darious Brooks, Jackson South Side (AAA) Sean Waller, Hunters Lane (D-II) Willie Idlette, Baylor (A-AA) Karlos Mungen, Kingsbury (AAA) Joey Handy, Franklin (D-II) Harambee Ryan, Harding Academy (A-AA) James Matthews, B.T. Washington (AAA) Teddy Gaines, Dobyns Bennett (D-II) Kevin Thompson, Christian Brothers (A-AA) Karlos Mungen, Kingsbury (AAA) Teddy Gaines, Dobyns Bennett (A-AA) Anthony Ford, Brainerd (AAA) Ryan Douglas, Hillsboro (A-AA) Joe Clark, Chattanooga Arts & Sciences (AAA) Edwin Carvin, Memphis Central (A-AA) Clark Humphreys, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Ramon Clay, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Donnell Dunning, Howard (AAA) Chris Adkisson, McGavock (A-AA) Tarris Mitchell, Memphis East (AAA) Kenden Maynard, Cleveland (A-AA) Jeremy Winters, Tullahoma (AAA) Charles Roberts, Hunters Lane TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 400 METER DASH Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Brian Davis, Wooddale 49.8 (AAA) Carlos Gupton, Maplewood (A-AA) Rhonya Quick, Austin East (AAA) Mark Wilson, Stratford (A-AA) Rhonya Quick, Austin East (AAA) Chris Perkins, Whites Creek (A-AA) Michael Widener, Fulton 48.2 (AAA) Vosker Cowan, Wooddale (A-AA) Michael Wilson, Memphis East 49.2 (AAA) Gerald Lowe, Germantown (A-AA) Larry Cantrell, Goodlettsville 46.6 (AAA) Tyrone Bean, Whites Creek (A-AA) Larry Cantrell, Goodlettsville 47.4 (AAA) Earl Nichols, Wooddale (A-AA) Larry Cantrell, Goodlettsville 48.8 (AAA) Earl Nichols, Wooddale (A) John Skiles, Memphis Prep 50.7 (AA) Romauro Perry, Hillcrest 48.4 (AAA) Donnie Dowlen, Clarksville (A) Stanley Jefferson, Westside 49.1 (AA) John Skiles, Memphis Prep 50.8 (AAA) Roland Scruggs, Maplewood 47.3 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 400 METER DASH CHAMPIONS 5 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 4 - Cordova ( ) 4 - Hunters Lane ( ) 4 - Wooddale ( ) 3 - Baylor ( ) 3 - Goodlettsville ( )

161 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Brennan Huber, Greenbrier 1:55.70 (AAA) Brock Baker, Oakland 1:54.36 (D-II) Simon Holden, Baylor 1: (A-AA) Simeon Roberts, Greeneville 1:58.45 (AAA) Quamel Prince, Antioch 1:50.71 (D-II) Simon Holden, Baylor 1: (A-AA) Matt Joyner, Madison Academic 1:57.68 (AAA) Quamel Prince, Antioch 1:52.60 (D-II) Ike May, University School of Nashville 1: (A-AA) Matt Joyner, Madison Academic 1:57.93 (AAA) Ford Bell, Brentwood 1:53.89 (D-II) Ike May, University School of Nashville 2: (A-AA) David Smith, University School Johnson City 1:58.37 (AAA) Leoman Momoh, Cordova 1:51.81 (D-II) Bill Matthews, Baylor 1: (A-AA) Ryan Johnson, David Lipscomb 2:00.23 (AAA) Emerson Peacock, Oak Ridge 1:54.15 (D-II) Bill Matthews, Baylor 1: (A-AA) Joshua Bland, Sheffield 1:58.23 (AAA) James Gilreath, Bartlett 1:57.31 (D-II) Skyler Moots, University School of Nashville 1: (A-AA) G.J. Hudgens, Christ Presbyterian Academy 1:53.65 (AAA) James Gilreath, Bartlett 1:52.81 (D-II) Alex Harris, University School of Nashville 1: (A-AA) G.J. Hudgens, Christ Presbyterian Academy 1:56.18 (AAA) Kelvin Hill, Siegel 1:54.11 (D-II) Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Academy 1: (A-AA) Deandre Jennings, Mitchell 1:59.45 (AAA) Yarrick Kincaid, Karns 1:55.49 (D-II) James Strang, Baylor 1: (A-AA) Phillip Thompson, Fayette Ware 2:01.43 (AAA) Dusty Miller, Knoxville West 1:54.66 (D-II) Anthony Chiulli, Christian Brothers 1: (A-AA) Shawn Jakubowski, Gibbs 1:57.84 (AAA) Mark Bush, Tennessee 1:55.06 (D-II) Jamie Bach, Baylor 1: (A-AA) Shawn Jakubowski, Gibbs 2:00.19 (AAA) Robert Hatcher, Science Hill 1:56.71 (D-II) Matthew Hudson, McCallie 1: (A-AA) Oscar Jones, Brainerd 1:58.25 (AAA) Robert Hatcher, Science Hill 1:59.16 (D-II) Jamie Bach, Baylor 1: (A-AA) Tommy Nix, Melrose 1:59.34 (AAA) Secoya Hodge, Hunters Lane 1:53.59 (D-II) David Dean, Montgomery Bell Academy 1: (A-AA) Jeff Vance, Happy Valley 1:59.5 (AAA) Secoya Hodge, Hunters Lane 1:54.0 (D-II) David Dean, Montgomery Bell Academy 1: (A-AA) Lee Short, Westwood 1:59.3 (AAA) Secoya Hodge, Hunters Lane 1: (A-AA) Seth Rubio, Harding Academy 2:00.1 (AAA) Secoya Hodge, Hunters Lane 1: (A-AA) Scott Cummings, Evangelical Christian School 1:59.3 (AAA) Andy Harmon, Science Hill 1: (A-AA) Clif Tant, Franklin Road Academy 1:57.2 (AAA) Rodney Peterson, Memphis Central 1: (A-AA) Brian Bolin, Brentwood Academy 1:59.6 (AAA) Rodney Peterson, Memphis Central 1: (A-AA) Trevis Matthews, Westside 2:01.2 (AAA) Rodney Peterson, Memphis Central 1: (A-AA) Casey Price, Knoxville West 2:02.4 (AAA) Danny Sexton, Sullivan South 1:54.2 TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 800 METER RUN Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Jimmy Barnes, Brentwood Academy 2:02.2 (AAA) Carl Bowie, Memphis Central 1: (A-AA) Gabe Feltner, David Lipscomb 2:00.1 (AAA) Rodney Mickle, Hillsboro 1: (A-AA) Larry Martin, Memphis Catholic 1:57.7 (AAA) Rodney Mickle, Hillsboro 1: (A-AA) Tommy Moore, Austin East 1:58.3 (AAA) Greg Turner, Memphis Central 1: (A-AA) Tate Rogers, Franklin Road Academy 1:57.0 (AAA) Jerry Cole, Carver 1: (A-AA) Anthony Jones, Howard 1:59.8 (AAA) Kenneth Bogan, Fairley 1: (A-AA) Somer Mishu, Brentwood 1:58.1 (AAA) James Holmes, Melrose 1: (A-AA) Gary York, Memphis Catholic 1:57.2 (AAA) Sammie Ford, Oak Ridge 1: (A) Gary York, Memphis Catholic 1:57.6 (AA) LaFester Rhodes, Manassas 1:57.8 (AAA) James Smith, Austin East 1: (A) Roger Trevette, Hampton 1:59.8 (AA) John Krawulski, Brentwood Academy 1:54.9 (AAA) Jim Ailshie, Dobyns Bennett 1:51.1 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 800 METER RUN CHAMPIONS 7 - Baylor ( ) 5 - Memphis Central ( ) 4 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 4 - Hunters Lane ( ) 4 - USN ( ) 3 - Memphis Catholic ( ) 3 - Science Hill ( ) 159

162 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Sam Klockenkemper, Martin Luther King 4:28.25 (AAA) Brock Baker, Oakland 4:18.58 (D-II) Simon Holden, Baylor 4: (A-AA) Sam Klockenkemper, Martin Luther King 4:25.60 (AAA) Brock Baker, Oakland 4:15.10 (D-II) Simon Holden, Baylor 4: (A-AA) Matt Joyner, Madison Academic 4:24.81 (AAA) Chris McElroy, Dobyns Bennett 4: (D-II) Simon Holden, Baylor 4: (A-AA) Loren Newsom, Dyersburg 4:23.82 (AAA) Jake Rainey, Rossview 4:15.50 (D-II) Brandon Lord, Baylor 4: (A-AA) Brandon Mahaney, Macon County 4:29.99 (AAA) Jordan Chaney, Maryville 4:13.19 (D-II) Bill Matthews, Baylor 4: (A-AA) Brandon Mahaney, Macon County 4:30.57 (AAA) Sean Keveren, Brentwood 4:16.24 (D-II) Bill Matthews, Baylor 4: (A-AA) Ryan Johnson, David Lipscomb 4:28.43 (AAA) Sean Keveren, Brentwood 4:14.01 (D-II) Clay Adams, Brentwood Academy 4: (A-AA) Russell Rodewald, Franklin Road Academy 4:39.04 (AAA) Rob Sorrell, Bolton 4:13.31 (D-II) Clay Adams, Brentwood Academy 4: (A-AA) Romell Gletten, Martin Luther King 4:28.41 (AAA) Rob Sorrell, Bolton 4:13.07 (D-II) Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Academy 4: (A-AA) Daniel Jones, Creek Wood 4:31.05 (AAA) Yarrick Kincaid, Karns 4:24.45 (D-II) Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Academy 4: (A-AA) David Hughes, Happy Valley 4:29.34 (AAA) Dusty Miller, Knoxville West 4:19.72 (D-II) Anthony Chiulli, Christian Brothers 4: (A-AA) Austin Weaver, Franklin Road Academy 4:28.61 (AAA) Dusty Miller, Knoxville West 4:13.54 (D-II) Anthony Chiulli, Christian Brothers 4: (A-AA) Austin Weaver, Franklin Road Academy 4:35.30 (AAA) Andy Baksa, Farragut 4:18.28 (D-II) Matthew Hudson, McCallie 4: (A-AA) Gus Rodewald, Franklin Road Academy 4:32.92 (AAA) Eric Poole, Northeast 4:24.40 (D-II) Jamie Bach, Baylor 4: (A-AA) Chad Blackburn, Christ Presbyterian Academy 4:40.57 (AAA) Kevin Cook, Houston 4:22.37 (D-II) David Dean, Montgomery Bell Academy 4: (A-AA) Andy Curde, Happy Valley 4:29.74 (AAA) Eric Bell, Farragut 4:18.32 (D-II) David Talbird, McCallie 4: (A-AA) Mazi Abdolrasulnia, Univ. School of Nashville 4:20.45 (AAA) Jamie Gifford, Baylor 4: (A-AA) Ben Jenkins, Memphis University School 4:26.75 (AAA) Jamie Gifford, Baylor 4: (A-AA) Destin Tompkins, Brentwood Academy 4:25.93 (AAA) Ben Phillips, Cleveland 4: (A-AA) Kory Hays, Knoxville West 4:24.33 (AAA) Ben Phillips, Cleveland 4: (A-AA) Malcolm Saxon, Memphis University School 4:24.63 (AAA) Matt Harber, Gallatin 4: (A-AA) Brian Day, South Doyle 4:29.54 (AAA) Tony Cosey, Knoxville Central 4: (A-AA) Neal Anderson, Brentwood Academy 4:34.6 (AAA) Kevin Odiorne, Dobyns Bennett 4: TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 1600 METER RUN Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Jeremy Spearman, Knoxville Catholic 4:26.7 (AAA) Michael George, Hillsboro 4: (A-AA) Chris Bolin, Brentwood Academy 4:30.26 (AAA) Willie Woolery, Hillwood 4: (A-AA) Mike Helton, Brentwood Academy 4:24.73 (AAA) Jeremy Clark, Daniel Boone 4: (A-AA) Kyle King, Memphis University School 4:22.7 (AAA) Greg McMIllian, Dickson County 4: (A-AA) Kyle King, Memphis University School 4:24.8 (AAA) Bob Whelan, Dickson County 4: (A-AA) Mario Wells, Memphis Catholic 4:27.4 (AAA) Chris Jenkins, Elizabethton 4: (A-AA) Frank Lancaster, Ooltewah 4:22.5 (AAA) Randy Hudson, McGavock 4: (A-AA) Gary York, Memphis Catholic 4:25.9 (AAA) Jimmy Pruett, Red Bank 4: (A) Gary York, Memphis Catholic 4:24.4 (AA) Michael West, Trezevant 4:20.3 (AAA) Jeff New, Knoxville Central 4: (A) Roger Trevette, Hampton 4:21.1 (AA) John Krawulski, Brentwood Academy 4:21.0 (AAA) Jim Ailshie, Dobyns Bennett 4:12.1 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 1600 METER RUN CHAMPIONS 9 - Baylor ( ) 9 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 4 - FRA ( ) 4 - MUS ( ) 3 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 3 - Knoxville West ( ) 3 - MLK ( ) 3 - Memphis Catholic ( )

163 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Andre Hillsman, Murfreesboro Central Magnet 9:38.26 (AAA) Brock Baker, Oakland 9:01.99 (D-II) Simon Holden, Baylor 9: (A-AA) Austin Casassa, David Lipscomb 9:31.40 (AAA) Brock Baker, Oakland 9:18.20 (D-II) Simon Holden, Baylor 9: (A-AA) Logan Green, David Lipscomb 9:40.96 (AAA) Alden Dixon, Arlington 9:19.71 (D-II) Daniel Peters, Montgomery Bell Academy 9: (A-AA) Loren Newsom, Dyersburg 9:44.20 (AAA) Jake Rainey, Rossview 9:05.18 (D-II) Brandon Lord, Baylor 9: (A-AA) Brandon Mahaney, Macon County 9:48.04 (AAA) Clint McKelvey, Maryville 9:07.27 (D-II) Bill Matthews, Baylor 9: (A-AA) Brandon Mahaney, Macon County 9:47.10 (AAA) Sean Keveren, Brentwood 8:58.18 (D-II) Bill Matthews, Baylor 9: (A-AA) Brandon Mahaney, Macon County 9:40.90 (AAA) Sean Keveren, Brentwood 9:06.64 (D-II) Clay Adams, Brentwood Academy 9: (A-AA) Josh Jaynes, Elizabethton 9:49.37 (AAA) Rob Sorrell, Bolton 9:04.20 (D-II) Ken Haltom, Memphis University School 9: (A-AA) Romell Gletten, Martin Luther King 9:40.47 (AAA) Rob Sorrell, Bolton 9:11.67 (D-II) Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Academy 9: (A-AA) Daniel Jones, Creek Wood 9:47.51 (AAA) Alan Knox, Coffee County 9:31.09 (D-II) Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Academy 9: (A-AA) David Hughes, Happy Valley 9:52.15 (AAA) Dusty Miller, Knoxville West 9:32.92 (D-II) Andrew Bumbalough, Brentwood Academy 9: (A-AA) Austin Weaver, Franklin Road Academy 9:46.25 (AAA) Andy Baksa, Farragut 9:20.53 (D-II) Brad Wharton, Baylor 9: (A-AA) Austin Weaver, Franklin Road Academy 9:59.86 (AAA) Sean Stevens, Knoxville West 9:18.37 (D-II) Brad Wharton, Baylor 9: (A-AA) Austin Weaver, Franklin Road Academy 9:49.72 (AAA) Sean Stevens, Knoxville West 9:25.74 (D-II) Wes Bell, McCallie 9: (A-AA) Matt Stuart, Sullivan Central 10:10.81 (AAA) Sean Stevens, Knoxville West 9:39.04 (D-II) David Dean, Montgomery Bell Academy 9: (A-AA) Andy Curde, Happy Valley 10:01.16 (AAA) Brett Baddorf, Houston 9:27.75 (D-II) David Talbird, McCallie 9: (A-AA) Wes Stockard, Webb School of Knoxville 9:48.29 (AAA) Jamie Gifford, Baylor 9: (A-AA) Wes Stockard, Webb School of Knoxville 9:58.03 (AAA) Shon Grice, Knoxville West 9: (A-AA) Shon Grice, Knoxville West 9:44.64 (AAA) Pablo Vega, Tennessee 9: (A-AA) Destin Tompkins, Brentwood Academy 9:45.2 (AAA) Doug Ellington, Houston 9: (A-AA) Malcolm Saxon, Memphis University School 9:58.06 (AAA) Matt Harber, Gallatin 9: (A-AA) Brian Day, South Doyle 10:04.8 (AAA) Matt Harber, Gallatin 9: (A-AA) Neal Anderson, Brentwood Academy 10:06 (AAA) Tony Cosey, Knoxville Central 9:34.32 TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 3200 METER RUN Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Neal Anderson, Brentwood Academy 9:59.2 (AAA) Kevin Odiorne, Dobyns Bennett 9: (A-AA) Jeff Ulmer, Webb School of Knoxville 9:56.05 (AAA) Brad Higdon, Knoxville Central 9: (A-AA) Tim Lampley, Fairview 9:40.08 (AAA) Steve McFarland, Whites Creek 9: (A-AA) Danny Warren, Hume Fogg 9:39.2 (AAA) Freddie Robinson, Dobyns Bennett 9: (A-AA) Kenny Kemp, Covington 9:35.4 (AAA) Bob Whelan, Dickson County 9: (A-AA) Mario Wells, Memphis Catholic 9:39.0 (AAA) Julius Willingham, Carver 9: (A-AA) Mario Wells, Memphis Catholic 9:37.7 (AAA) Ralph Jackson, Oakland 9: (A-AA) Wallace Callahan, Trezevant 9:35.8 (AAA) Mark Walters, John Overton 9: (A) Al Bates, Nashville Christian 9:31.0 (AA) Michael West, Trezevant 9:29.6 (AAA) Billy Porter, John Overton 9: (A) Al Bates, Nashville Christian 9:38.5 (AA) Nick Dunning, Memphis Prep 9:38.6 (AAA) John Young, Coffee County 9:17.2 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 3200 METER RUN CHAMPIONS 8 - Baylor ( ) 8 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 6 - Knoxville West ( ) 3 - FRA ( ) 3 - Knoxville Webb ( ) 3 - Macon Co. ( ) 3 - Oakland ( ) 161

164 Year Champions Time 2013 (A-AA) Jackson Central-Merry (AAA) White Station (D-II) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Maplewood (AAA) Southwind (D-II) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Stratford (AAA) Cordova (D-II) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Tyner (AAA) Southwind (D-II) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Tyner (AAA) Centennial (D-II) Memphis University School (A-AA) Sheffield (AAA) Ooltewah (D-II) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Brainerd (AAA) Hunters Lane (D-II) Memphis University School (A-AA) Trezevant (AAA) Antioch (D-II) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Craigmont (D-II) Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Hamilton (D-II) Baylor (A-AA) Hixson (AAA) Pearl Cohn (D-II) Notre Dame (A-AA) Hixson (AAA) Northeast (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Alcoa 42.8 (AAA) Dobyns Bennett 41.6 (D-II) Briarcrest (A-AA) Alcoa (AAA) Millington (D-II) Christian Brothers (A-AA) Alcoa (AAA) Memphis Central (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Hunters Lane (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy (A-AA) Alcoa 42.2 (AAA) Memphis Central (A-AA) Melrose (AAA) Hunters Lane (A-AA) Westwood (AAA) Hunters Lane (A-AA) Alcoa (AAA) Oak Ridge (A-AA) Gibbs (AAA) McGavock (A-AA) Memphis East (AAA) Melrose (A-AA) Tullahoma (AAA) Hunters Lane TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 400 METER RELAY Year Champions Time 1990 (A-AA) Wooddale 43.1 (AAA) Millington (A-AA) Trezevant (AAA) Hamilton (A-AA) Humboldt (AAA) Hunters Lane (A-AA) Trezevant 42.4 (AAA) Tennessee (A-AA) Trezevant 42.4 (AAA) Wooddale (A-AA) Austin East 43.2 (AAA) Hamilton (A-AA) Memphis Overton 42.8 (AAA) Oakland (A-AA) Trezevant 42.7 (AAA) Oakland (A) Memphis Central 43.8 (AA) Hillcrest 42.8 (AAA) John Overton (A) Westside 43.1 (AA) Memphis East 42.6 (AAA) Maplewood 42.2 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 400 METER RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS 6 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 6 - Hunters Lane ( ) 5 - Alcoa ( ) 5 - Trezevant ( ) 3 - Hamilton ( ) 3 - MBA ( ) 3 - Memphis Central ( ) 3 - Raleigh Egypt ( )

165 Year Champions Time 2013 (A-AA) Fulton 1:28.14 (AAA) Southwind 1:28.58 (D-II) Brentwood Academy 1: (A-AA) Fulton 1:28.30 (AAA) Southwind 1:26.66 (D-II) Christian Brothers 1: (A-AA) Pearl Cohn 1:28.40 (AAA) Cordova 1:27.31 (D-II) Brentwood Academy 1: (A-AA) Tyner 1:29.02 (AAA) Independence 1:27.94 (D-II) Memphis University School 1: (A-AA) Mitchell 1:29.03 (AAA) Ooltewah 1:27.73 (D-II) Memphis University School 1: (A-AA) David Lipscomb 1:28.21 (AAA) Ooltewah 1:26.76 (D-II) Webb School of Knoxville 1: (A-AA) Trezevant 1:29.02 (AAA) Hunters Lane 1:27.88 (D-II) Webb School of Knoxville 1: (A-AA) Trezevant 1:29.30 (AAA) Antioch 1:26.08 (D-II) Pope John Paul II 1: (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt 1:28.41 (AAA) Brainerd 1:28.47 (D-II) Webb School of Knoxville 1: (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt 1:29.29 (AAA) Hamilton 1:27.34 (D-II) Baylor 1: (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt 1:29.25 (AAA) Pearl Cohn 1:27.91 (D-II) Briarcrest 1: (A-AA) Westside 1:29.99 (AAA) Stratford 1:26.89 (D-II) Briarcrest 1: (A-AA) Brainerd 1:29.48 (AAA) Glencliff 1:28.93 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 1: (A-AA) Covington 1:29.97 (AAA) Millington 1:27.14 (D-II) Evangelical Christian School 1: (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt 1:28.05 (AAA) Memphis Central 1:26.49 (D-II) Battle Ground Academy 1: (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt 1:28.92 (AAA) Memphis Central 1:26.82 (D-II) Christian Brothers 1: (A-AA) Mitchell 1:29.33 (AAA) Craigmont 1: (A-AA) Melrose 1:30.04 (AAA) Hunters Lane 1: (A-AA) Westwood 1:31.44 (AAA) Hunters Lane 1: (A-AA) Franklin Road Academy 1:30.12 (AAA) McGavock 1: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 1:31.39 (AAA) McGavock 1: (A-AA) Memphis East 1:29.17 (AAA) Melrose 1: (A-AA) Tennessee School for the Deaf 1:30.66 (AAA) Hamilton 1:28.6 TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 800 METER RELAY Year Champions Time 1990 (A-AA) Carver 1:29.2 (AAA) Millington 1: (A-AA) Fulton 1:30.26 (AAA) Hunters Lane 1: (A-AA) Gibbs 1:30.66 (AAA) Hunters Lane 1: (A-AA) Austin East 1:29.8 (AAA) Wooddale 1: (A-AA) Trezevant 1:29.3 (AAA) Wooddale 1: (A-AA) Howard 1:30.5 (AAA) Hamilton 1: (A-AA) Memphis Overton 1:29.4 (AAA) McGavock 1: (A-AA) Trezevant 1:30.1 (AAA) Oakland 1: (A) Alcoa 1:33.3 (AA) Manassas 1:30.5 (AAA) Whites Creek 1: (A) Memphis Skyview 1:30.0 (AA) Memphis Douglass 1:30.1 (AAA) Memphis South Side 1:27.4 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 800 METER RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - Hunters Lane ( ) 5 - Raleigh Egypt ( ) 4 - Trezevant ( ) 3 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 3 - Fulton ( ) 3 - Hamilton ( ) 3 - Knoxville Webb ( ) 3 - McGavock ( ) 163

166 Year Champions Time 2013 (A-AA) Hixson 3:24.02 (AAA) Independence 3:19.13 (D-II) University School of Nashville 3: (A-AA) Hixson 3:23.86 (AAA) Whitehaven 3:20.05 (D-II) Briarcrest 3: (A-AA) Sheffield 3:25.79 (AAA) Cordova 3:20.82 (D-II) Brentwood Academy 3: (A-AA) Fairley 3:24.23 (AAA) Independence 3:20.00 (D-II) Brentwood Academy 3: (A-AA) Fulton 3:23.77 (AAA) Cordova 3:19.62 (D-II) Memphis University School 3: (A-AA) Mitchell 3:29.43 (AAA) Hunters Lane 3:20.12 (D-II) Brentwood Academy 3: (A-AA) Brainerd 3:22.26 (AAA) Cordova 3:18.86 (D-II) Brentwood Academy 3: (A-AA) Pearl Cohn 3:25.43 (AAA) Bearden 3:16.88 (D-II) Memphis University School 3: (A-AA) Mitchell 3:21.51 (AAA) Cordova 3:16.99 (D-II) Christian Brothers 3: (A-AA) Mitchell 3:29.03 (AAA) Cordova 3:18.05 (D-II) Briarcrest 3: (A-AA) Ridgeway 3:28.13 (AAA) Melrose 3:20.17 (D-II) Evangelical Christian School 3: (A-AA) Franklin Road Academy 3:29.09 (AAA) Cordova 3:16.21 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 3: (A-AA) Melrose 3:23.32 (AAA) Tullahoma 3:18.67 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 3: (A-AA) Melrose 3:24.72 (AAA) Farragut 3:22.65 (D-II) Christian Brothers 3: (A-AA) Gibbs 3:25.48 (AAA) Oak Ridge 3:20.87 (D-II) Christian Brothers 3: (A-AA) Treadwell 3:25.93 (AAA) Craigmont 3:18.31 (D-II) Christian Brothers 3: (A-AA) Mitchell 3:23.73 (AAA) Northeast 3: (A-AA) Brainerd 3:24.10 (AAA) Dobyns Bennett 3: (A-AA) Webb School of Knoxville 3:29.82 (AAA) Memphis Central 3: (A-AA) Frayser 3:24.77 (AAA) Memphis Central 3: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 3:26.75 (AAA) Hunters Lane 3: (A-AA) Memphis East 3:21.62 (AAA) Hunters Lane 3: (A-AA) Tullahoma 3:32.6 (AAA) Hunters Lane 3: TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 1600 METER RELAY Year Champions Time 1990 (A-AA) Trezevant 3:25.9 (AAA) Hunters Lane 3: (A-AA) David Lipscomb 3:26.29 (AAA) Hunters Lane 3: (A-AA) Memphis Catholic 3:23.76 (AAA) Wooddale 3: (A-AA) Austin East 3:58.0 (AAA) Wooddale 3: (A-AA) Mitchell 3:27.1 (AAA) Wooddale 3: (A-AA) Howard 3:22.2 (AAA) Whites Creek 3: (A-AA) Memphis Tech 3:22.8 (AAA) Melrose 3: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 3:21.3 (AAA) Whites Creek 3: (A) Ezell Harding 3:28.7 (AA) Hillcrest 3:21.6 (AAA) Hillsboro 3: (A) Memphis Skyview 3:27.1 (AA) Manassas 3:26.6 (AAA) Stratford 3:18.3 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 1600 METER RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS 6 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 6 - Cordova ( ) 6 - Hunters Lane ( ) 5 - Mitchell ( ) 4 - Christian Brothers ( ) 4 - Melrose ( ) 3 - Wooddale ( )

167 Year Champions Time 2013 (A-AA) Murfreesboro Central Magnet 8:12.05 (AAA) Daniel Boone 7:57.42 (D-II) Memphis University School 7: (A-AA) Greeneville 8:10.01 (AAA) Independence 7:56.80 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 8: (A-AA) David Lipscomb 8:11.63 (AAA) Morristown West 8:01.78 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 8: (A-AA) Fairley 8:18.23 (AAA) Houston 8:05.16 (D-II) Ensworth 8: (A-AA) Station Camp 8:08.22 (AAA) Cordova 7:52.01 (D-II) Ensworth 8: (A-AA) Station Camp 8:12.57 (AAA) Oak Ridge 7:55.63 (D-II) Ensworth 8: (A-AA) Franklin Road Academy 8:14.08 (AAA) Farragut 8:05.50 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 8: (A-AA) David Lipscomb 8:18.77 (AAA) Memphis East 7:56.37 (D-II) Evangelical Christian School 8: (A-AA) Elizabethton 8:06.08 (AAA) Memphis East 8:02.69 (D-II) Christian Brothers 8: (A-AA) Elizabethton 8:09.84 (AAA) Oak Ridge 8:02.16 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 8: (A-AA) David Lipscomb 8:24.70 (AAA) McMinn County 7:55.66 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 8: (A-AA) David Lipscomb 8:20.87 (AAA) Bearden 7:53.89 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 8: (A-AA) Frayser 8:16.00 (AAA) Hunters Lane 8:02.63 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 8: (A-AA) Memphis Central 8:01.4 (AAA) Brainerd 7:58.4 (D-II) Evangelical Christian School 8: (A-AA) Brainerd 8:10.5 (AAA) Memphis Central 7:55.3 (D-II) Evangelical Christian School 8: (A-AA) Brainerd 8:23.1 (AAA) Houston 7:57.5 (D-II) Montgomery Bell Academy 8: (A-AA) Frayser 8:18.8 (AAA) Hunters Lane 7: (A-AA) David Lipscomb 8:12.8 (AAA) Hunters Lane 7: (A-AA) Franklin Road Academy 8:20.9 (AAA) Memphis Central 7: (A-AA) David Lipscomb 8:08.4 (AAA) Memphis Central 7: (A-AA) Westside 8:11.3 (AAA) McGavock 7: (A-AA) Trezevant 8:21.5 (AAA) Sullivan North 8: (A-AA) Memphis University School 8:21.9 (AAA) Farragut 8:01.4 TSSAA BOYS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 3200 METER RELAY Year Champions Time 1990 (A-AA) David Lipscomb 8:15.9 (AAA) Memphis Central 7: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 8:22.3 (AAA) Hunters Lane 8: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 8:08.8 (AAA) Hunters Lane 8: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 8:06.0 (AAA) Farragut 7: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 8:15.5 (AAA) Brainerd 7: (A-AA) Howard 8:10.7 (AAA) Farragut 7: (A-AA) Harding Academy 8:13.6 (AAA) Melrose 7: (A-AA) Memphis Skyview 8:03.4 (AAA) Melrose 7: (A) Tennessee Preparatory School 8:23.8 (AA) Brentwood Academy 8:08.2 (AAA) Hillsboro 7: (A) Webb School of Knoxville 8:21.8 (AA) Manassas 8:04.0 (AAA) Stratford 7:47.4 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 3200 METER RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS 8 - MBA ( ) 7 - Lipscomb ( ) 5 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 5 - Hunters Lane ( ) 5 - Memphis Central ( ) 4 - Brainerd ( ) 4 - Farragut ( ) 3 - Ensworth ( ) 3 - ECS ( ) 165

168 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Girls Track State Champions Division I, Class A-AA Team Champions Lipscomb Academy (Nashville, TN) Division I, Class AAA Team Champions Northeast High School (Clarksville, TN) 166 Photos Provided By:

169 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association 2013 Girls Track State Champions Division II Team Champions Brentwood Academy (Brentwood, TN) Photos Provided By: 167

170 TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP TEAM CHAMPIONS & RUNNERS-UP YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP SCORE SITE 2013 Lipscomb Academy (A-AA) 65 Austin East 53 Murfreesboro Northeast (AAA) 61 Dobyns Bennett 51 Murfreesboro Brentwood Academy (D-II) 118 Harpeth Hall 108 Murfreesboro 2012 Martin Luther King (A-AA) 105 David Lipscomb 61 Murfreesboro Hardin Valley (AAA) 60 Tennessee 59 Murfreesboro Brentwood Academy (D-II) 134 Girls Preparatory School 112 Murfreesboro 2011 Martin Luther King (A-AA) Dyersburg Murfreesboro Knoxville West (AAA) Brentwood Murfreesboro Baylor (D-II) Girls Preparatory School Murfreesboro 2010 Martin Luther King (A-AA) 108 East Literature 70.5 Murfreesboro Knoxville West (AAA) 98 Arlington 45 Murfreesboro Baylor (D-II) 140 Girls Preparatory School 92 Murfreesboro 2009 Howard (A-AA) 80 Martin Luther King 77 Murfreesboro Science Hill (AAA) 64 Knoxville West 59 Murfreesboro Baylor (D-II) 122 Brentwood Academy 104 Murfreesboro 2008 Pearl Cohn (A-AA) 76.5 Anderson County 58.5 Murfreesboro Knoxville West (AAA) 94 Hunters Lane 85 Murfreesboro Baylor (D-II) Ensworth 101 Murfreesboro 2007 Austin East (A-AA) 81 Pearl Cohn Murfreesboro White Station (AAA) 75 Knoxville West 50 Murfreesboro Girls Preparatory School (D-II) Harpeth Hall Murfreesboro 2006 Mitchell (A-AA) Pearl Cohn 81 Murfreesboro Knoxville West (AAA) 70 Ridgeway 57 Murfreesboro Girls Preparatory School (D-II) Brentwood Academy 132 Murfreesboro 2005 Mitchell (A-AA) 94 David Lipscomb 62 Memphis Brentwood (AAA) 75 Rossview 62 Memphis Girls Preparatory School (D-II) 124 Brentwood Academy 122 Memphis 2004 Hume Fogg (A-AA) 86 Chattanooga Christian 61.5 Memphis Brentwood (AAA) Memphis East 59 Memphis Harpeth Hall (D-II) 129 Brentwood Academy 123 Memphis 2003 Ridgeway (A-AA) 84 Hume Fogg 63 Memphis Brentwood (AAA) Memphis East 67 Memphis Harpeth Hall (D-II) 141 Evangelical Christian School 79 Memphis 2002 Ridgeway (A-AA) 89.5 Hume Fogg 57 Chattanooga Brentwood (AAA) 93 Memphis East 68 Chattanooga Harpeth Hall (D-II) 119 Brentwood Academy Chattanooga 2001 Ridgeway (A-AA) 100 Anderson County 84 Chattanooga Memphis East (AAA) 74 Farragut 67 Chattanooga Harpeth Hall (D-II) 122 Baylor 119 Chattanooga 2000 Farragut (AAA) 77 Chattanooga Anderson County (A-AA) 72 Chattanooga Harpeth Hall (D-II) Chattanooga 1999 Memphis East (AAA) 52 Chattanooga Brainerd (A-AA) 67 Chattanooga Baylor (D-II) 167 Chattanooga 1998 Whitehaven (AAA) 53 Chattanooga Hume Fogg (A-AA) 87 Chattanooga Baylor (D-II) 150 Chattanooga 168

171 TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS TEAM CHAMPIONS CONT. YEAR CHAMPION SCORE SITE 1997 Tyner (A-AA) 63 Chattanooga Memphis East (AAA) 60 Chattanooga 1996 Harpeth Hall (A-AA) 57 Chattanooga Memphis East (AAA) 77 Chattanooga 1995 Harpeth Hall (A-AA) 60 Chattanooga Dobyns Bennett (AAA) 72 Chattanooga 1994 Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Chattanooga Farragut (AAA) 96 Chattanooga 1993 Memphis East (A-AA) 86 Nashville Farragut (AAA) 88 Nashville 1992 Harpeth Hall (A-AA) 83 Nashville Farragut (AAA) 49 Nashville 1991 Harpeth Hall (A-AA) 85 Nashville Farragut (AAA) 50 Nashville 1990 Memphis East (A-AA) 114 Nashville Whites Creek (AAA) 80 Nashville 1989 Memphis East (A-AA) 79 Nashville Wooddale (AAA) 62 Nashville 1988 Austin East (A-AA) 76 Nashville Oak Ridge (AAA) 38 Nashville 1987 Austin East (A-AA) 86 Nashville Whites Creek (AAA) 60 Nashville 1986 Austin East (A-AA) 47 Nashville Whites Creek (AAA) 68 Nashville 1985 Collierville (A-AA) 54 Nashville John Overton (AAA) 76 Nashville 1984 Howard (A-AA) 58 Nashville Melrose (AAA) 52 Nashville 1983 Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) 46 Nashville Melrose (AAA) 87 Nashville 1982 Memphis Prep (A) 60 Nashville Girls Preparatory School (AA) 63 Nashville Whites Creek (AAA) 69 Nashville 1981 Tennessee Preparatory School (A) 58 Nashville Harpeth Hall (AA) 67 Nashville Memphis Northside (AAA) 40 Nashville 1980 Evangelical Christian School (A) 64 Nashville Harpeth Hall (AA) 68 Nashville Memphis Northside (AAA) 78 Nashville 1979 Memphis Northside 35 Nashville 1978 Memphis South Side 24 Nashville 1977 Memphis South Side 22 Nashville 1976 Harpeth Hall 27 Hendersonville 1975 Harpeth Hall 14 Nashville 1974 Coffee County 22 Nashville 169

172 TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS TEAM CHAMPIONS CONT. SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST TEAM STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 14 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 7 - Memphis East ( ) 6 - Baylor ( ) 5 - Farragut ( ) 5 - Girls Preparatory School ( ) 4 - Austin East ( ) 4 - Brentwood ( ) 4 - Knoxville West ( ) 4 - Whites Creek ( ) 3 - Martin Luther King ( ) 3 - Memphis Northside ( ) 3 - Ridgeway ( ) CONSECUTIVE TEAM STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 5 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 4 - Baylor ( ) 4 - Brentwood ( ) 4 - Farragut ( ) 3 - Austin East ( ) 3 - Girls Preparatory School ( ) 3 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 3 - Martin Luther King ( ) 3 - Memphis Northside ( ) 3 - Ridgeway ( ) 170

173 Year Champion Score 2013 (A-AA) Jada Curbeam, East Nashville 3,055 (AAA) Brittany Kelly, Northeast 3,475 (D-II) Selena Popp, Baylor 3, (A-AA) Jolyta Taylor, Dyersburg 3,195 (AAA) Jennifer Cannon, Tennessee 3,788 (D-II) Tory Kemp, Girls Preparatory School 3, (A-AA) Kanellar Carney, East Literature 3,164 (AAA) Maddie Treasaure, Knoxville West 3,321 (D-II) Marjorie Butler, Webb School of Knoxville 3, (A-AA) Kanellar Carney, East Literature 3,450 (AAA) Janetra Gleaves, Cane Ridge 3,430 (D-II) Marjorie Butler, Webb School of Knoxville 3, (A-AA) Kirstyn Sweeney, David Lipscomb 3,057 (AAA) Courtney Woodard, Ravenwood 3,515 (D-II) Margorie Butler, Webb School of Knoxville 3, (A-AA) Alex Swain, Anderson County 2,885 (AAA) Ellen Wortham, Maryville 3,125 (D-II) Malena Kellerman, Baylor 3, (A-AA) Kirstyn Sweeney, David Lipscomb 2,909 (AAA) Danielle Sampley, William Blount 3,564 (D-II) Gabby Gioia, Harpeth Hall 3, (A-AA) Molly Burrows, Eagleville 2,665 (AAA) Cherice Robertson, Ridgeway 3,492 (D-II) Victoria Dunlap, Brentwood Academy 3, (A-AA) Heather Trimiew, Chattanooga Christian 3,265 (AAA) Lauren Stewart, Brentwood 3,799 (D-II) Buky Bamigboye, University School of Nashville 3, (A-AA) Molly Kennedy, Hume Fogg 3, 634 (AAA) Lauren Stewart, Brentwood 3,573 (D-II) Philipa Davies, Brentwood Academy 3, (A-AA) Heather Trimiew, Chattanooga Christian 2,873 (AAA) Cassie Gullickson, Brentwood 3,687 (D-II) Philipa Davies, Brentwood Academy 3, (A-AA) Molly Kennedy, Hume Fogg 2,928 (AAA) Cassie Gullickson, Brentwood 3,256 (D-II) Annie Santi, Brentwood Academy 3, (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County 3,351 (AAA) Cassie Gullickson, Brentwood 3,076 (D-II) Brooke Langston, Evangelical Christian School 3, (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County 3,408 (AAA) Kim Simmons, Farragut 3,312 (D-II) Brooke Langston, Evangelical Christian School 3, (A-AA) Chantel Yates, Brainerd 3,509 (AAA) Kristy Brents, Houston 2,981 (D-II) Ashley Reed, Immaculate Conception 2, (A-AA) Chantel Yates, Brainerd 4,390 (AAA) Latoya Graves, Whitehaven 4,280 (D-II) Fran Goodwin, Brentwood Academy 4, (A-AA) Chantel Yates, Brainerd 4,275 (AAA) Lena Summers, Science Hill 3, (A-AA) Chantel Yates, Brainerd 3,600 (AAA) Tyleana Hanner, Hixson 4, (A-AA) Kristine West, Harpeth Hall 3,945 (AAA) Selena Jackson, Maplewood 4, (A-AA) Lindsey Orcutt, Harpeth Hall 3,790 (AAA) Shannon Simmons, Farragut 4, (A-AA) Lindsey Orcutt, Harpeth Hall / Amy Goins, GPS 3,820 (AAA) Leslie Henley, Coffee County 4, (A-AA) Lindsey Orcutt, Harpeth Hall 3,535 (AAA) Marvena Arnold, Farragut 4, (A-AA) Carla Talbird, Wooddale 4,505 (AAA) Marvena Arnold, Farragut 3,915 TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS PENTATHLON Year Champion Score 1990 (A-AA) Carla Talbird, Wooddale 3,940 (AAA) Dee Dee Smith, Oak Ridge 3, KoKo Rowley, Northwest 3, Beth Tallent, David Lipscomb 3, Mona Wheeler, Memphis Central 3, Kathy Rauls, Howard 4, Jan Sadler, McGavock 4, Terkeler Shegog, Memphis Northside 4, Terkeler Shegog, Memphis Northside 4, Cathernie Miller, Whites Creek 4, Jackie House, Fairley 4, Rita Story, Greeneville 4, Judy Pollion, Kingsbury 3, Judy Pollion, Kingsbury 4, Joanne Arnold, Antioch 2,889 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST PENTATHLON CHAMPIONS 5 - Brentwood ( ) 5 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 5 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 4 - Brainerd ( ) 4 - Farragut ( ) 3 - Anderson Co. ( ) 3 - East Nashville ( ) 3 - Knoxville Webb ( ) 3 - Lipscomb ( ) 171

174 Year Champion Distance 2013 (A-AA) Shenora Rogers, Austin East (AAA) Tamia Crockett, Hardin Valley (D-II) Bailey Conner, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Shenora Rogers, Austin East (AAA) Ashlee Mitchell, Tennessee (D-II) Rejean Rouse, Ensworth (A-AA) Alyssa Crum, Greeneville (AAA) Michelle Cumings, Hunters Lane (D-II) Rejean Rouse, Ensworth (A-AA) Chelsea Curry, Martin Luther King (AAA) Michelle Cumings, Hunters Lane (D-II) Rejean Rouse, Ensworth (A-AA) Antreece Taylor, Austin East (AAA) Michelle Cummings, Hunters Lane (D-II) Simone Busby, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Jessica Light, Dyersburg (AAA) Mychele Cumings, Hunters Lane (D-II) Malena Kellerman, Baylor (A-AA) Fredrica Wilks, Mitchell (AAA) Tanesha Campbell, Northwest (D-II) Claire Smith, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Brooke Berarducci, Knoxville Catholic (AAA) Brittany Cox, Glencliff (D-II) Melyn Thompson, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Courtney Barnett, Sullivan Central (AAA) Brittany Cox, Glencliff (D-II) Melyn Thompson, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Molly Kennedy, Hume Fogg (AAA) Brittany Cox, Glencliff (D-II) Melyn Thompson, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Holly Finch, Harpeth (AAA) Beth Maher, Brentwood (D-II) Melyn Thompson, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Tara Benefield, Elizabethton (AAA) Morgan Hyatt, Dobyns Bennett (D-II) Jamila Smith, Hutchison (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County (AAA) Morgan Hyatt, Dobyns Bennett (D-II) Jamila Smith, Hutchison (A-AA) Elizar Rosier, South Fulton (AAA) Olivia Reynolds, William Blount (D-II) Jamila Smith, Hutchison (A-AA) Shamika Thompson, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Suzanna Roberson, David Crockett (D-II) Jamila Smith, Hutchison (A-AA) Shamika Thompson, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Kenitra Woods, Hunters Lane (D-II) Katherine Graham, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Kelley Smith, Tyner (AAA) Katrina Plunk, Memphis Central (A-AA) Kina Cleveland, St. Cecilia (AAA) Shauntel Jennings, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Kina Cleveland, St. Cecilia (AAA) Shauntel Jennings, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Kina Cleveland, St. Cecilia (AAA) Shauntel Jennings, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Shelley Walker, Gibbs (AAA) April Nelson, Memphis Northside (A-AA) Tenisa Broadnax, Ripley (AAA) Kelly Howard, Germantown (A-AA) Loretta Bertam, Scott (AAA) Donna Echols, Memphis Central (A-AA) Allison Brooks, Harpeth Hall (AAA) Diane Jones, Oak Ridge (A-AA) Vernita Kirksey, Manassas (AAA) Josh Mills, Dobyns Bennett (A-AA) Freda Fields, Bolton (AAA) Ninnie Norwood, Elizabethton (A-AA) Freda Fields, Bolton (AAA) Josh Mills, Jefferson County TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS SHOT PUT Year Champion Distance 1986 (A-AA) Elizabeth Peek, Memphis Prep (AAA) Josh Mills, Jefferson County (A-AA) Amy Cloninger, Powell (AAA) Stephanie Osby, Melrose (A-AA) Lena Eveans, Howard (AAA) Angie Barker, Elizabethton (A-AA) Jill Conserdine, Evangelical Christian School (AAA) Angie Barker, Elizabethton (A) Jill Conserdine, Evangelical Christian School (AA) Sheila Frost, Giles County (AAA) Regina Troupe, Oak Ridge (A) Jill Conserdine, Evangelical Christian School (AA) Traci Cobb, McMinn Central (AAA) Angie Barker, Elizabethton (A) Jill Conserdine, Evangelical Christian School (AA) Melissa Jansen, Bishop Byrne (AAA) Sandra Jones, Memphis South Side Karen Waddell, Northwest Karen Waddell, Northwest Sonia Andrews, Knoxville Rule Susan Thornton, Harpeth Hall Vonnie Chatman, Maplewood Marg Martin, Memphis South Side SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST SHOT PUT CHAMPIONS 8 - Hunters Lane ( ) 7 - GPS ( ) 5 - Elizabethton ( ) 4 - ECS ( ) 4 - Hutchison ( ) 3 - Austin East ( ) 3 - Dobyns Bennett ( ) 3 - Glencliff ( ) 3 - Northwest ( ) 3 - St. Cecilia ( )

175 Year Champion Distance 2013 (A-AA) Makayla Kington, Stone Memorial (AAA) Tamia Crockett, Hardin Valley (D-II) Katie Warne, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Kaitlen Bean, Macon County (AAA) Amber Sudzius, Brentwood (D-II) Katelyn Williams, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Tyesha Jones, Stratford (AAA) Michelle Cumings, Hunters Lane (D-II) Katelyn Williams, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Tyesha Jones, Stratford (AAA) Michelle Cumings, Hunters Lane (D-II) Simone Busby, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Jessica Light, Dyersburg (AAA) Michelle Cummings, Hunters Lane (D-II) Heather Parman, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Rhea Woods, Chattanooga Arts & Sciences (AAA) Jessie Harrison, Houston (D-II) Courtney Vick, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Lawna Meade, Pigeon Forge (AAA) Courtney Barnett, Sullivan Central (D-II) Camille Campbell, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Takena Breedlove, Pearl Cohn (AAA) Courtney Barnett, Sullivan Central (D-II) Melyn Thompson, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Courtney Barnett, Sullivan Central (AAA) Kathy Onwu, Riverdale (D-II) Laura Dickerson, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Courtney Barnett, Sullivan Central (AAA) Amara Mckell, Pearl Cohn (D-II) Allyson Heard, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Anna Stutts, Sweetwater (AAA) Caitlyn Sutterfield, Oakland (D-II) Melyn Thompson, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Anna Stutts, Sweetwater (AAA) Morgan Hyatt, Dobyns Bennett (D-II) Becky Brown, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Casey Stinson, Macon County (AAA) Mandy Newman, Farragut (D-II) Becky Brown, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Nita Jones, Volunteer (AAA) Monica Blake, Tullahoma (D-II) Becky Brown, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Misty Copas, Sullivan North (AAA) Monica Blake, Tullahoma (D-II) Courtney Hagenau, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Misty Copas, Sullivan North (AAA) Sherita Moore, Whites Creek (D-II) Angie Mullinax, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Tasha Painter, Sullivan North (AAA) Sherita Moore, Whites Creek (A-AA) Tamesha Marks, Tennessee Preparatory School (AAA) LaCole Oliver, Whites Creek (A-AA) Tamesha Marks, Tennessee Preparatory School (AAA) Kelly Weaver, Sullivan East (A-AA) Jennifer Ham, Hutchison (AAA) Larae Allen, Millington (A-AA) Talene Davis, Howard (AAA) Megan Burch, Coffee County (A-AA) Talene Davis, Howard (AAA) Kelly Howard, Germantown (A-AA) Allison Chaney, Harpeth Hall (AAA) Kelly Howard, Germantown (A-AA) Jenny Jernigan, Union City (AAA) Shonda Buford, Whites Creek (A-AA) Jenny Jernigan, Union City (AAA) Josh Mills, Dobyns Bennett (A-AA) Tiffany Booker, Austin East (AAA) Janis Rose, Germantown (A-AA) Monzella Wells, Austin East (AAA) Janis Rose, Germantown TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS DISCUS Year Champion Distance 1986 (A-AA) Justin Singleton, Evangelical Christian School (AAA) Val Tate, Memphis Central (A-AA) Lena Eveans, Howard (AAA) Karla Kelly, Stratford (A-AA) Letia Myears, Howard (AAA) Angie Barker, Elizabethton (A-AA) Jill Conserdine, Evangelical Christian School (AAA) Angie Barker, Elizabethton (A) Jill Conserdine, Evangelical Christian School (AA) Phyllis Jarrett, Kingsbury (AAA) Teresea Macklin, Raleigh Egypt (A) Jill Conserdine, Evangelical Christian School (AA) Brenda Day, Maryville (AAA) Angie Barker, Elizabethton (A) Mindy Campbell, Nashville Christian (AA) Melissa Jansen, Bishop Byrne (AAA) Rutheye Friday, Memphis Northside Alma Cobb, Bearden Evelyn Melvin, B.T. Washington Sonia Andrews, Knoxville Rule Bertha Cummings, Tennessee Preparatory School Bertha Cummings, Tennessee Preparatory School Wanda Thompson, Hillwood SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST DISCUS CHAMPIONS 8 - GPS ( ) 8 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 4 - ECS ( ) 4 - Germantown ( ) 4 - Howard ( ) 4 - Sullivan Central ( ) 4 - TPS ( ) 4 - Whites Creek ( ) 3 - Elizabethton ( ) 3 - Hunters Lane ( ) 3 - Sullivan North ( ) 173

176 Year Champion Distance 2013 (A-AA) Chancis Jones, Chattanooga Central (AAA) Brittany Kelly, Northeast (D-II) Dana Lee, St. Cecilia (A-AA) Jada Curbeam, East Literature (AAA) Kyla Walker, White Station (D-II) Tory Kemp, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Amber Dandy, Red Bank (AAA) Qetur Abdullah-muhammad, Cleveland (D-II) Jordan Lavender, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Amber Dandy, Red Bank (AAA) Kyla Walker, White Station (D-II) Jordan Lavender, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Latoria Macon, Jackson North Side (AAA) Marci Morman, Ridgeway (D-II) Alex Black, Harding Academy (A-AA) Nicole Smith, Page (AAA) Sharika Nelvis, Memphis Northside (D-II) Anna Bowers, Ensworth (A-AA) Shanika Handy, Mitchell (AAA) Marti Guice, Beech (D-II) Glory Johnson, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Keyvia Davis, Trezevant (AAA) Marti Guice, Beech (D-II) Glory Johnson, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Kim Critton, Mitchell (AAA) Lauren Stewart, Brentwood (D-II) Victoria Dunlap, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Molly Kennedy, Hume Fogg (AAA) Lauren Stewart, Brentwood (D-II) Victoria Dunlap, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Kim Critton, Mitchell (AAA) Cassie Gullickson, Brentwood (D-II) Nichel Eubanks, Notre Dame (A-AA) Valnessha Redd, Elizabethton (AAA) Portia Davis, Memphis East (D-II) Megan Feher, Baylor (A-AA) Monica Elliot, Ridgeway (AAA) Meleisa Greene, Cordova (D-II) Ann Santi, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Barbara Dixon, Brainerd (AAA) Meleissa Greene, Cordova (D-II) Cayce McCain, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Chantel Yates, Brainerd (AAA) Alex Wilson, Hillsboro (D-II) Cayce McCain, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Cynthia Jenkins, Tyner (AAA) Shasta Bailey, Hamilton (D-II) Cayce McCain, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Zuri Jones, Westside (AAA) Jessica Watkins, Glencliff (A-AA) Zuri Jones, Westside (AAA) Tyleana Hanner, Hixson (A-AA) Shannon Ellis, Tennessee School for the Deaf (AAA) Bianca Conley, Brainerd (A-AA) Aliyah Rawls, Tyner (AAA) Shannon Simmons, Farragut (A-AA) Shannon Ellis, Tennessee School for the Deaf (AAA) Leslie Henley, Coffee County (A-AA) Amy Goins, Girls Preparatory School (AAA) Desire Rippey, Hillwood (A-AA) Tiffany Dean, Memphis East (AAA) Dee Dee Smith, Oak Ridge (A-AA) Natasha Bryant, Treadwell (AAA) Dee Dee Smith, Oak Ridge (A-AA) Kathy Taylor, Memphis East (AAA) Nikki McCray, Collierville (A-AA) Freda Fields, Bolton (AAA) Nikki McCray, Collierville (A-AA) Freda Fields, Bolton (AAA) Kyleta Beason, Stratford TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS LONG JUMP Year Champion Distance 1986 (A-AA) Lewanna Johnson, Memphis Tech (AAA) Stephanie Strickland, Brainerd (A-AA) Elizabeth Peek, Memphis Prep (AAA) Stephanie Strickland, Brainerd (A-AA) Mary Black, Milan (AAA) Terkeler Shegog, Memphis Northside (A-AA) Kristi Avgeris, St. Agnes (AAA) Terkeler Shegog, Memphis Northside (A) Elizabeth Peek, Memphis Prep (AA) Lesia Warren, Oakhaven (AAA) Beth Milson, Unicoi County (A) Teresa Gordon, Oakhaven (AA) Sandra Ousley, Memphis Douglass (AAA) Jackie House, Fairley (A) Pam Crabtree, Nashville Christian (AA) Shariffa Barksdale, Harriman (AAA) Corzetta Motley, McGavock Judy Pollion, Oak Ridge Judy Pollion, Oak Ridge Judy Pollion, Oak Ridge Angie Bradley, Northwest Renonia Fowler, Tennessee School for the Deaf Glenda Hime, Hillsboro SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST LONG JUMP CHAMPIONS 5 - Brainerd ( ) 5 - Oak Ridge ( ) 3 - Brentwood ( ) 3 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 3 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 3 - Memphis East ( ) 3 - Mitchell ( ) 3 - TSD ( )

177 Year Champion Distance 2013 (A-AA) Chancis Jones, Chattanooga Central (AAA) Adriana Watkins, Dobyns Bennett (D-II) Jordyn Lesh, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Chancis Jones, Chattanooga Central (AAA) Adria Butler, Memphis Central (D-II) Tory Kemp, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Jada Curbeam, East Literature (AAA) Jessica Brown, White Station (D-II) Tory Kemp, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Amia Butler, Martin Luther King (AAA) Crystal Williams, Munford (D-II) Sally Warm, Baylor (A-AA) Jalyn Burr, Martin Luther King (AAA) Courtney Woodard, Ravenwood (D-II) Jasmine Brown, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Alex Sain, Anderson County (AAA) Courtney Woodard, Ravenwood (D-II) Chloe Tillman, Battle Ground Academy (A-AA) Shanika Handy, Mitchell (AAA) Jalesha Jarmon, Kirby (D-II) Gabby Gioia, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Keyvia Davis, Trezevant (AAA) Cherice Robertson, Ridgeway (D-II) Gabrielle Gioia, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Danielle Graham, Ezell Harding (AAA) Lauren Stewart, Brentwood (D-II) Gabrielle Gioia, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Molly Kennedy, Hume Fogg (AAA) Lauren Stewart, Brentwood (D-II) Gabrielle Gioia, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Molly Kennedy, Hume Fogg (AAA) Cassie Gullickson, Brentwood (D-II) Jasmine Davis, Briarcrest (A-AA) Tamea Scales, Ridgeway (AAA) Lauren Stewart, Brentwood (D-II) Annie Santi, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Tamea Scales, Ridgeway (AAA) Cicely Sullivan, Memphis East (D-II) Becca Davis, Battle Ground Academy (A-AA) Tamea Scales, Ridgeway (AAA) Andrea Fitzgerald, Kirby (D-II) Ashley Reed, Immaculate Conception (A-AA) Raneika Bean, Chattanooga Christian (AAA) Cicely Sullivan, Memphis East (D-II) Ashley Reed, Immaculate Conception (A-AA) Jessica Hare, Ezell Harding (AAA) Jenny Vonderfecht, Science Hill (D-II) Kylie Widmer, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Kesha Robertson, Martin Luther King (AAA) Jenny Vonderfecht, Science Hill SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST TRIPLE JUMP CHAMPIONS 5 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 4 - Brentwood ( ) 4 - GPS ( ) 4 - MLK ( ) 4 - Ridgeway ( ) TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS TRIPLE JUMP 175

178 Year Champion Distance 2013 (A-AA) Myah Taylor, Dyersburg 5-04 (AAA) Briana Kelly, Northeast 5-06 (D-II) Selena Popp, Baylor (A-AA) Rebecca Browning, Eagleville 5-04 (AAA) Kristin Chapman, Campbell County 5-09 (D-II) Nikki Gittens, Ensworth (A-AA) Kanellar Carney, East Literature 5-04 (AAA) Kristin Chapman, Campbell County 5-08 (D-II) Nikki Gittens, Ensworth (A-AA) Kanellar Carney, East Literature 5-06 (AAA) Kristin Chapman, Campbell County 5-07 (D-II) Abbie Dill, Baylor (A-AA) Kanellar Carney, East Literature 5-04 (AAA) Mary Hirst, Bearden 5-06 (D-II) Chenelle Terry, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Nicole Smith, Page 5-02 (AAA) Ellen Wortham, Maryville 5-06 (D-II) Abbie Dill, Baylor (A-AA) Latoya Monger, Mitchell 5-04 (AAA) Jessica Merriweather, Bartlett 5-10 (D-II) Victoria Dunlap, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Shanice Singleton, Haywood 5-04 (AAA) Jessica Merriweather, Bartlett 5-08 (D-II) Victoria Dunlap, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Maggie Haddock, East Ridge 5-04 (AAA) Lauren Stewart, Brentwood 5-08 (D-II) Victoria Dunlap, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Molly Kennedy, Hume Fogg 5-04 (AAA) Lauren Stewart, Brentwood 6-00 (D-II) Victoria Dunlap, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Cherice Robertson, Ridgeway 5-04 (AAA) Lauren Stewart, Brentwood 5-08 (D-II) Megan Feher, Baylor (A-AA) Molly Kennedy, Hume Fogg 5-04 (AAA) Amy Cate, Jefferson County 5-08 (D-II) Megan Feher, Baylor (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County 5-08 (AAA) Laura Malnati, Jefferson County 5-08 (D-II) Brooke Langston, Evangelical Christian School (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County 5-08 (AAA) Lisa Addison, Kenwood 5-06 (D-II) Brooke Langston, Evangelical Christian School (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County 5-08 (AAA) Amanda Forrester, Campbell County 5-08 (D-II) Brooke Langston, Evangelical Christian School (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County 5-06 (AAA) Amanda Forrester, Campbell County 5-06 (D-II) Meg Fox, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Koya Webb, Humboldt 5-04 (AAA) Anna Hutcherson, Red Bank (A-AA) Christy Thomas, Maryville 5-06 (A-AA) Kristine West, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Shannon Ellis, Tennessee School for the Deaf 5-06 (AAA) Adia Hanson, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Michelle Elfervig, St. Agnes 5-06 (AAA) Lynn Houston, Farragut (A-AA) Michelle Elfervig, St. Agnes 5-10 (AAA) Lynn Houston, Farragut (A-AA) Michelle Elfervig, St. Agnes 5-06 (AAA) Tonya Cooper, Ooltewah (A-AA) Michelle Elfervig, St. Agnes 5-04 (AAA) Tonya Cooper, Ooltewah (A-AA) Mary Price Russell, Harpeth Hall 5-02 (AAA) Karla Newman, Whites Creek (A-AA) Veronica Tipton, Covington 5-03 (AAA) Karla Newman, Whites Creek (A-AA) Heather McKnight, 5-04 (AAA) Staci Phillips, Whites Creek (A-AA) Freda Fields, Bolton 5-02 (AAA) Erika Kaufman, Sullivan Central TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS HIGH JUMP Year Champion Distance 1986 (A-AA) Laventress Williams, Covington 5-02 (AAA) Krista Hare, Sullivan East (A-AA) Jo Erwin, Girls Preparatory School 5-00 (AAA) Cathy Bodkin, Hendersonville (A-AA) Tammy Sharp, Memphis Skyview 5-04 (AAA) Monica White, Hamilton (A-AA) Tammy Sharp, Memphis Skyview 5-04 (AAA) Carol Davidson, Oak Ridge (A) Tammy Sharp, Frayser 4-10 (AA) Susanna Corn, Goodlettsville 5-00 (AAA) Jackie Cowan, Whites Creek (A) Regina Atnip, David Lipscomb 5-04 (AA) Elizabeth Cochran, Harpeth Hall 5-02 (AAA) Jackie Cowan, Whites Creek (A) Pam Crabtree, Nashville Christian 5-00 (AA) Dana King, Nashville Bellevue 5-00 (AAA) Janet Jones, Memphis Northside Susan Crenshaw, Harpeth Hall Sandee Smith, Oak Ridge Sandee Smith, Oak Ridge Martha Miles, Kingsbury Christy Cahill, Ridgeway Carla Tart, Coffee County SCHOOL WITH THE MOST HIGH JUMP CHAMPIONS 5 - Baylor ( ) 5 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 5 - Campbell Co. ( ) 5 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 5 - Whites Creek ( ) 4 - Anderson Co. ( ) 4 - St. Agnes ( ) 3 - Brentwood ( ) 3 - East Nashville ( ) 3 - ECS ( ) 3 - Oak Ridge ( )

179 Year Champion Height 2013 (A-AA) Sarah Browning, Lipscomb Academy (AAA) Jada Parker, Houston (D-II) Mary Carson Pitts, Hutchison (A-AA) Megan Roach, Christ Presbyterian Academy (AAA) Ashley Kessler, Hardin Valley (D-II) Mary Carson Pitts, Hutchison (A-AA) Megan Roach, Christ Presbyterian Academy (AAA) Erin Champion, Clinton (D-II) Margaret McDowell, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Meghan Roach, Christ Presbyterian Academy 8-09 (AAA) Kimi Jennings, Brighton (D-II) Keeley Baskin, Harding Academy (A-AA) Renee Maggard, Knoxville Catholic (AAA) Kimi Jennings, Brighton (D-II) Alyson Hasty, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Skylar Wall, Greenbrier 9-06 (AAA) Brianna Lococo, Ravenwood (D-II) Alyson Hasty, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Skylar Wall, Greenbrier 9-00 (AAA) Brianna Lococo, Rossview (D-II) Morgan McVicker, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Brittany Higgins, Unicoi County (AAA) Katie O Connell, Collierville (D-II) Mamie Kostka, St. Mary s (A-AA) Brittany Higgins, Unicoi County (AAA) Beth Krochak, Brentwood (D-II) Jennifer Garner, Briarcrest (A-AA) Sarah Allen, Hume Fogg (AAA) Erin Gnass, Brentwood (D-II) Collins Tuhoy, Briarcrest (A-AA) Sarah Allen, Hume Fogg (AAA) Erin Gnass, Brentwood (D-II) Elizabeth Shell, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Sarah Allen, Hume Fogg (AAA) Jessica Reust, Farragut (D-II) Lauren Wimbs, Harding Academy (A-AA) Kendra Rhyne, Anderson County (AAA) Kristen Wilder, Houston (D-II) Maribeth Pickle, Southern Baptist Educational Center (A-AA) Katie Curtis, Franklin Road Academy (AAA) Katie Minser, Maryville (D-II) Meredith Alston, Hutchison SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST POLE VAULT CHAMPIONS 3 - Brentwood ( ) 3 - CPA ( ) 3 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 3 - Hume Fogg ( ) 3 - Hutchison ( ) 2 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 2 - Briarcrest ( ) 2 - Brighton ( ) 2 - Greenbrier ( ) 2 - Harding Aca. ( ) 2 - Unicoi Co. ( ) TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS POLE VAULT 177

180 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) T Kesha Hagans, Maplewood (AAA) Brittany Kelly, Northeast (D-II) Selena Popp, Baylor (A-AA) T Kesha Hagans, Maplewood (AAA) Jennifer Cannon, Tennessee (D-II) Tory Kemp, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Amia Butler, Martin Luther King (AAA) Jennifer Cannon, Tennessee (D-II) Marjorie Butler, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Callie Heitzman, Christian Academy of Knoxville (AAA) Janetra Gleaves, Cane Ridge (D-II) Marjorie Butler, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Callie Heitzman, Christian Academy of Knoxville (AAA) Sharika Nelvis, Memphis Northside (D-II) Marjorie Butler, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Tosha Austin, Howard (AAA) Jacquelyn Coward, Knoxville West (D-II) Ayana Fletcher-Tyson, St. Mary s (A-AA) Bianca Blair, Austin East (AAA) Danielle Sampley, William Blount (D-II) Victoria Dunlap, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Bianca Blair, Austin East (AAA) Jacquelyn Coward, Knoxville West (D-II) Kendall Stokes, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Heather Trimiew, Chattanooga Christian (AAA) Jacquelyn Coward, Knoxville West (D-II) Kendall Stokes, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Heather Trimiew, Chattanooga Christian (AAA) Marissa Harris, Memphis Central (D-II) Philipa Davies, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Heather Trimiew, Chattanooga Christian (AAA) Marissa Harris, Memphis Central (D-II) Jasmine Davis, Briarcrest (A-AA) Candice Robertson, Ridgeway (AAA) Josetta Brooks, Glencliff (D-II) Annie Santi, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County (AAA) Josetta Brooks, Glencliff (D-II) Ann Santi, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County (AAA) Josetta Brooks, Glencliff (D-II) Jenn Simms, Father Ryan (A-AA) Chantel Yates, Brainerd (AAA) Latoya Graves, Whitehaven (D-II) Jenn Simms, Father Ryan (A-AA) Chantel Yates, Brainerd (AAA) Roni Hopkins, Houston (D-II) Fran Goodwin, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Kinna Kuykendall, Oakland (AAA) Tiffany Roberts, Whites Creek (A-AA) Kelly Smith, Tyner (AAA) Tyleana Hanner, Hixson (A-AA) Kristine West, Harpeth Hall (AAA) Maronda Harris, Memphis Central (A-AA) Kivna Kuykendall, Oakhaven 15.4 (AAA) Shelly Moore, Northwest (A-AA) Amy Goins, Girls Preparatory School (AAA) Angela Reed, Whites Creek (A-AA) Amy Goins, Girls Preparatory School 16.1 (AAA) Michelle Green, Bartlett (A-AA) Allison Chaney, Brentwood Academy 14.4 (AAA) Michelle Green, Bartlett TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 100 METER HURDLES Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Tiffany Dean, Memphis East 14.8 (AAA) Michelle Green, Bartlett (A-AA) Yolanda Brooks, Westside (AAA) Kamicsa Rowley, Northwest (A-AA) Allison Chaney, Brentwood Academy 15.7 (AAA) Kamicsa Rowley, Northwest (A-AA) Mimi Baker, Harpeth Hall 15.1 (AAA) Anita Gregory, Whites Creek (A-AA) Lewanna Johnson, Memphis Tech 14.7 (AAA) Denise Witherspoon, Jackson Central-Merry (A-AA) Linda Gartner, Collierville 14.8 (AAA) Nicole Hare, John Overton (A-AA) Shelley Stannard, Brentwood Academy 15.0 (AAA) Terkler Shegog, Memphis Northside (A-AA) Andra Steele, Chattanooga City 15.4 (AAA) Tina Banks, Tennessee 14.3 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 100 METER HURDLES CHAMPIONS 8 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 5 - GPS ( ) 3 - Bartlett ( ) 3 - Chatt. Christian ( ) 3 - Glencliff ( ) 3 - Knoxville Webb ( ) 3 - Knoxville West ( ) 3 - Memphis Central ( ) 3 - Northwest ( ) 3 - Tennessee ( ) 3 - Whites Creek ( )

181 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) T Kesha Hagans, Maplewood (AAA) Brittany Kelly, Northeast (D-II) Victoria Wicks, Baylor (A-AA) Jenna Shaw, West Greene (AAA) Jennifer Cannon, Tennessee (D-II) Tory Kemp, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Arielle Haynes, Dyersburg (A-AA) Lindsey Snodgrass, Claiborne (AAA) Jennifer Cannon, Tennessee (D-II) Marjorie Butler, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Callie Heitzman, Christian Academy of Knoxville (AAA) Janetra Gleaves, Cane Ridge (D-II) Marjorie Butler, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Tasha Austin, Howard (AAA) Sharika Nelvis, Memphis Northside (D-II) Marjorie Butler, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Tosha Austin, Howard (AAA) Jacquelyn Coward, Knoxville West (D-II) Jasmine Brown, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Bianca Blair, Austin East (AAA) Sharika Nelvis, Memphis Northside (D-II) Gabby Gioia, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Bianca Blair, Austin East (AAA) Chimaka Obi, Rossview (D-II) Liza Wellford, Hutchison (A-AA) Heather Trimiew, Chattanooga Christian (AAA) Marissa Harris, Memphis Central (D-II) Buky Bamigboye, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Heather Trimiew, Chattanooga Christian (AAA) Marissa Harris, Memphis Central (D-II) Buky Bambigboye, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Heather Trimiew, Chattanooga Christian (AAA) Marissa Harris, Memphis Central (D-II) Jasmine Davis, Briarcrest (A-AA) Heidi Ray, Martin Luther King (AAA) Marissa Harris, Memphis Central (D-II) Annie Santi, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County (AAA) Josetta Brooks, Glencliff (D-II) Ann Santi, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County (AAA) Kim Simmons, Farragut (D-II) Jenn Simms, Father Ryan (A-AA) Josie Hahn, Anderson County (AAA) Latoya Graves, Whitehaven (D-II) Ellen Mohney, Baylor (A-AA) Latasha Smith, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Latoya Graves, Whitehaven (D-II) Fran Goodwin, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Kelly Smith, Tyner (AAA) Latoya Graves, Whitehaven (A-AA) Kiuna Kuykendall, Oakhaven (AAA) Marla Malone, John Overton (A-AA) Katy McQuillin, Notre Dame (AAA) Maronda Harris, Memphis Central (A-AA) Katy McQuillin, Notre Dame 45.7 (AAA) Maronda Harris, Memphis Central (A-AA) Amy Goins, Girls Preparatory School (AAA) Leslie Henley, Coffee County (A-AA) Jennifer Nease, Ezell Harding (AAA) Meg Arnold, Tennessee TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 300 METER HURDLES Year Champion Time 1991 (A-AA) Allison Chaney, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Meg Arnold, Tennessee (A-AA) Allison Chaney, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Jerri Sutton, Brainerd (A-AA) Allison Chaney, Brentwood Academy (AAA) Estelle Williams, Tullahoma (A-AA) Cevida DeBerry, Harding Academy 46.0 (AAA) Latonia Jackson, Hillcrest (A-AA) Kim Shelton, Chattanooga Central 45.8 (AAA) Latonia Jackson, Hillcrest (A-AA) Karen Grant, Brentwood Academy 44.7 (AAA) Kathy Ryals, Howard (A-AA) Elizabeth Peek, Memphis Prep 44.1 (AAA) Nicole Hare, John Overton (A-AA) Tammy Critchfield, Union City 45.5 (AAA) Terkler Shegog, Memphis Northside (A-AA) Tammy Critchfield, Union City 45.6 (AAA) Tina Banks, Tennessee 43.9 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 300 METER HURDLES CHAMPIONS 7 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 6 - Memphis Central ( ) 5 - Tennessee ( ) 3 - Anderson Co. ( ) 3 - GPS ( ) 3 - Howard ( ) 3 - Knoxville Webb ( ) 3 - Memphis Northside ( ) 3 - Whitehaven ( ) 179

182 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) McKenzie Ethridge, Signal Mountain (AAA) Maia McCoy, Whitehaven (D-II) Breanna Tate, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Brooklyn Cole, Madison Academic (AAA) Janel Pate, Hillsboro (D-II) Destinee Lansden, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) LaQuisha Jackson, Howard (AAA) Emily Yarnell, Hardin Valley (D-II) Jordan Lavender, University School of Nashville (A-AA) LaQuisha Jackson, Howard (AAA) Aurielle Sherrod, Knoxville West (D-II) Jordan Lavender, University School of Nashville (A-AA) LaQuisha Jackson, Howard (AAA) Sharika Nelivs, Memphis Northside (D-II) Jordan Lavender, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Charmisha Morrow, Trezevant (AAA) Quanisha Sales, Hillsboro (D-II) Glory Johnson, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Jenae Anderson, Austin East (AAA) Jacquelyn Coward, Knoxville West (D-II) Glory Johnson, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Jenae Anderson, Austin East (AAA) Jacquelyn Coward, Knoxville West (D-II) Chela Green, Ensworth (A-AA) Jenae Anderson, Austin East (AAA) Lynette Rives, Rossview (D-II) Chela Green, Ensworth (A-AA) Stephanie Woodfin, Carter (AAA) Erika Palmer, Memphis East (D-II) Beth McKenzie, Baylor (A-AA) Stephanie Woodfin, Carter (AAA) Marquita Davis, Memphis East (D-II) Nichel Eubanks, Notre Dame (A-AA) Stephanie Woodfin, Carter (AAA) Keshua Scales, Riverdale (D-II) Nichel Eubanks, Notre Dame (A-AA) Kenya Patton, Brainerd (AAA) Latavia Shores, Germantown (D-II) Carletta Mance, Baylor (A-AA) Kenya Patton, Brainerd (AAA) Latavia Shores, Germantown (D-II) Ashley Reed, Immaculate Conception (A-AA) Cynthia Jenkins, Tyner (AAA) Kenya Patton, Ooltewah (D-II) Ashley Reed, Immaculate Conception (A-AA) Trevica Boyd, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Tyangela Sanders, Knoxville West (D-II) Cayce McCain, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Trevica Boyd, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Stacy Acklin, Hunters Lane (A-AA) Tremedia Brice, Frayser (AAA) Shakita Turner, Memphis East (A-AA) Tyangela Sanders, Knoxville West (AAA) Marla Malone, John Overton (A-AA) Ericka Harris, David Lipscomb (AAA) Christina Elliott, Farragut (A-AA) Ericka Harris, David Lipscomb (AAA) Nikki Vaughn, Riverdale (A-AA) Christy Bonds, Ripley (AAA) Jackie Knox, Whitehaven (A-AA) Pia Sandidge, Carver (AAA) Jackie Knox, Whitehaven TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 100 METER DASH Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Trovia Bradley, Memphis East 12.2 (AAA) Dee Dee Smith, Oak Ridge (A-AA) Shana Wells, Austin East (AAA) Yolanda Russell, Whites Creek (A-AA) Jeanne Cody, Austin East (AAA) Alicia Holt, Dickson County (A-AA) Jeanne Cody, Austin East 12.2 (AAA) Buffy James, Riverdale (A-AA) Renee Stokes, Fulton 12.1 (AAA) Buffy James, Riverdale (A-AA) Tonya Brooks, Collierville 12.2 (AAA) Sheila Fitzgerald, John Overton (A-AA) Belinda Thurman, Howard 12.0 (AAA) Valerie Curry, Jackson Central-Merry (A-AA) Taura Walker, Hillcrest 12.2 (AAA) Gina Gardner, Melrose (A) Elizabeth Peek, Memphis Prep 12.4 (AA) Darlene Killebrew, Chattanooga City 12.5 (AAA) Pam Chambers, Whites Creek (A) Ellen Tucker, Tennessee Preparatory School 12.2 (AA) Elizabeth Peek, Memphis Prep 12.3 (AAA) Barbara Frazier, Nashville Pearl 11.7 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 100 METER DASH CHAMPIONS 6 - Austin East ( ) 5 - Knox. West ( ) 4 - Howard ( ) 4 - Memphis East ( ) 4 - Riverdale ( ) 3 - Carter ( ) 3 - USN ( ) 3 - Whitehaven ( )

183 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) McKenzie Ethridge, Signal Mountain (AAA) Maia McCoy, Whitehaven (D-II) Breanna Tate, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Kamesha Vanpelt, Covington (AAA) Janel Pate, Hillsboro (D-II) Abbie Whitehurst, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Leslie Williams, Martin Luther King (AAA) Kyla Walker, White Station (D-II) Jordan Lavendar, University School of Nashville (A-AA) LaQuisha Jackson, Howard (AAA) Angila Reynolds, Raleigh Egypt (D-II) Abbie Whitehurst, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) LaQuisha Jackson, Howard (AAA) Sharia Nelvis, Memphis Northside (D-II) Jordan Lavendar, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Holly Joiner, Austin East (AAA) Stacia Hanneman, Hunters Lane (D-II) Glory Johnson, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Jenae Anderson, Austin East (AAA) Jacquelyn Coward, Knoxville West (D-II) Glory Johnson, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Jenae Anderson, Austin East (AAA) Jacquelyn Coward, Knoxville West (D-II) Glory Johnson, Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Rachel Williams, Mitchell (AAA) Judy Johnson, Bearden (D-II) Chela Green, Ensworth (A-AA) Stephanie Woodfin, Carter (AAA) Erika Palmer, Memphis East (D-II) Ivy Bryant, Hutchison (A-AA) Stephanie Woodfin, Carter (AAA) Marquita Davis, Memphis East (D-II) Nichel Eubanks, Notre Dame (A-AA) Daveda Dean, Alcoa (AAA) Keshua Scales, Riverdale (D-II) Nichel Eubanks, Notre Dame (A-AA) Kenya Patton, Brainerd (AAA) Kesha Scales, Riverdale (D-II) Nichele Eubanks, Notre Dame (A-AA) Kenya Patton, Brainerd (AAA) Marquita Davis, Memphis East (D-II) Ashley Reed, Immaculate Conception (A-AA) Cynthia Jenkins, Tyner (AAA) Alex Wilson, Hillsboro (D-II) Ashley Reed, Immaculate Conception (A-AA) Trevica Boyd, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Tyangela Sanders, Knoxville West (D-II) Ashley Reed, Immaculate Conception (A-AA) Trevica Boyd, Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Danielle Galison, White Station (A-AA) Tremedia Brice, Frayser (AAA) Shakita Turner, Memphis East (A-AA) Tremedia Brice, Frayser (AAA) Marla Malone, John Overton (A-AA) Mary Southwood, Harpeth Hall (AAA) Lesley Love, Karns (A-AA) Ericka Harris, David Lipscomb (AAA) Tamekia Hammond, Hillcrest (A-AA) Natasha Harrell, Kingsbury (AAA) Jackie Knox, Whitehaven (A-AA) Natasha Harrell, Kingsbury (AAA) Jackie Knox, Whitehaven TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 200 METER DASH Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Trovia Bradley, Memphis East 25.2 (AAA) Yolanda Gasner, Maryville (A-AA) Shana Wells, Austin East (AAA) Yolanda Russell, Whites Creek (A-AA) Jeanne Cody, Austin East (AAA) Arleshia Chatman, Germantown (A-AA) Jeanne Cody, Austin East 25.6 (AAA) Arleshia Chatman, Germantown (A-AA) Renee Stokes, Fulton 25.2 (AAA) Tara Coleman, Whitehaven (A-AA) Tonya Brooks, Collierville 25.4 (AAA) Lawanna Coleman, John Overton (A-AA) Belinda Thurman, Howard 25.4 (AAA) Rochelle Stevens, Melrose (A-AA) Taura Walker, Hillcrest 25.1 (AAA) Pam Anderson, Melrose (A) Elizabeth Peek, Memphis Prep 25.4 (AA) Darlene Killebrew, Chattanooga City 25.7 (AAA) Jackie Vanzant, Franklin County (A) Ellen Tucker, Tennessee Preparatory School 25.7 (AA) Linda Cooper, Treadwell 25.6 (AAA) Barbara Frazier, Nashville Pearl 24.1 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 200 METER DASH CHAMPIONS 6 - Austin East ( ) 5 - Memphis East ( ) 4 - Whitehaven ( ) 3 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 3 - Howard ( ) 3 - Immaculate Conception ( ) 3 - Knoxville Webb ( ) 3 - Knoxville West ( ) 3 - Notre Dame ( ) 3 - Raleigh Egypt ( ) 181

184 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Paige Fairrow-Davis, Martin Luther King (AAA) Vickie Franse, Clinton (D-II) Jaden Davis, Hutchison (A-AA) Jolyta Taylor, Dyersburg (AAA) Kymmalett Ross, Northwest (D-II) Destinee Lansden, Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Jolyta Taylor, Dyersburg (AAA) Holly Van Grinsven, Brentwood (D-II) Jordan Lavender, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Kirsten Jones, Martin Luther King (AAA) Anjila Reynolds, Raleigh Egypt (D-II) Jordan Lavender, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Kirsten Jones, Martin Luther King (AAA) Julia Petree, Maryville (D-II) Jordan Lavender, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Charmisha Morrow, Trezevant (AAA) Stacia Hanneman, Hunters Lane (D-II) Sarah Gawthrop, Baylor (A-AA) Charmisha Morrow, Trezevant (AAA) Jacquelyn Coward, Knoxville West (D-II) Kate McKenzie, Baylor (A-AA) Jenae Anderson, Austin East (AAA) Jacquelyn Coward, Knoxville West (D-II) Krishna Curry, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Jenae Anderson, Austin East (AAA) Lynette Rives, Rossview (D-II) Maggie McCain, Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Becky Lafague, Martin Luther King 1:00.21 (AAA) Tacoma McCrary, Whitehaven (D-II) Krishna Curry, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Jasper Colby, Ridgeway (AAA) Marquita Davis, Memphis East (D-II) Krishna Curry, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Tamea Scales, Ridgeway (AAA) Marquita Davis, Memphis East (D-II) Krishna Curry, University School of Nashville (A-AA) Candace Lee, Hume Fogg (AAA) Lanora Gray, Kenwood (D-II) Beth McKenzie, Baylor (A-AA) Candace Lee, Hume Fogg (AAA) Marquita Davis, Memphis East (D-II) Helen Newton, Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Chantel Yates, Brainerd (AAA) Marquita Davis, Memphis East (D-II) Jenn Simms, Father Ryan (A-AA) Chantel Yates, Brainerd (AAA) Kymia Love, Kirby (D-II) Laura Hughes, Baylor (A-AA) Chantel Yates, Brainerd (AAA) Kymia Love, Kirby (A-AA) Tremedia Brice, Frayser (AAA) Shakita Turner, Memphis East (A-AA) Michelle Overstreet, Gatlinburg Pittman (AAA) Taryn Brown, White Station (A-AA) Tiana Brown, Knoxville Catholic (AAA) Lesley Love, Karns (A-AA) Kim Mobley, Girls Preparatory School (AAA) Shannon Simmons, Farragut (A-AA) Kate Terry, Harpeth Hall 57.7 (AAA) Andrea Byars, Haywood (A-AA) Kim Mobley, Girls Preparatory School (AAA) Melanie Hall, Hunters Lane TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 400 METER DASH Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Lisa Crawford, Memphis East 56.6 (AAA) Deone Lollar, Glencliff (A-AA) Natasha Bryant, Treadwell (AAA) Tara Rhodes, Kirby (A-AA) Natasha Bryant, Treadwell (AAA) Alicia Holt, Dickson County (A-AA) Beth Berry, Harpeth Hall 57.3 (AAA) Tara Coleman, Whitehaven (A-AA) Tonya Brooks, Collierville 56.5 (AAA) Tara Coleman, Whitehaven (A-AA) Tonya Brooks, Collierville 57.0 (AAA) Shelia Fitzgerald, John Overton (A-AA) Angie Allison, Austin East 57.1 (AAA) Rochelle Stevens, Melrose (A-AA) Tara Jennings, Chattanooga City 58.1 (AAA) Gina Gardner, Melrose (A) Catherine Peek, Alcoa 60.2 (AA) Tara Jennings, Chattanooga City 58.1 (AAA) Gina Gardner, Melrose (A) Teresa Gordon, Oakhaven 59.9 (AA) Kathleen Dixon, Bishop Byrne 58.3 (AAA) Gina Gardner, Melrose 55.8 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 400 METER DASH CHAMPIONS 7 - USN ( ) 6 - Memphis East ( ) 4 - Baylor ( ) 4 - MLK ( ) 4 - Melrose ( ) 3 - Austin East ( ) 3 - Brainerd ( ) 3 - GPS ( ) 3 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 3 - Kirby ( ) 3 - Whitehaven ( )

185 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Barbara Ball, Lipscomb Academy 2:19.90 (AAA) Katie Tarver, Houston 2:17.96 (D-II) Sophie Pilkington, Harpeth Hall 2: (A-AA) Barbara Ball, David Lipscomb 2:19.32 (AAA) Rhavean King, Ridgeway 2:12.55 (D-II) Sophie Pilkinton, Harpeth Hall 2: (A-AA) Dianna Eddington, McMinn Central 2:19.19 (AAA) Rhavean King, Ridgeway 2:11.70 (D-II) Rebecca Greenwall, Baylor 2: (A-AA) Mary Thompson, Christian Academy of Knoxville 2:24.27 (AAA) Patavia Lowery, Knoxville West 2:17.03 (D-II) Hannah Jumper, Baylor 2: (A-AA) Mary Thompson, Christian Academy of Knoxville 2:17.25 (AAA) Rhavean King, Ridgeway 2:15.29 (D-II) Katie Danehy, St. Mary s 2: (A-AA) Alex Mullin, Notre Dame 2:17.40 (AAA) Chelsea Smith, Arlington 2:12.73 (D-II) Hannah Jumper, Baylor 2: (A-AA) Charmisha Morrow, Trezevant 2:20.04 (AAA) Rita Jorgensen, White Station 2:13.99 (D-II) Shelby Smith, Ensworth 2: (A-AA) Alyssa Bryant, Anderson County 2:20.41 (AAA) Virginia Hine, White Station 2:13.14 (D-II) Alyssa Mankin, Brentwood Academy 2: (A-AA) Jacklyn Talbert, Volunteer 2:21.40 (AAA) Kali Holtfreter, Hendersonville 2:12.59 (D-II) Krishna Curry, University School of Nashville 2: (A-AA) Jacklyn Talbert, Volunteer 2:20.45 (AAA) Kali Holtfreter, Hendersonville 2:12.65 (D-II) Allie Bohannon, Harpeth Hall 2: (A-AA) Chaquata Russell, Hume Fogg 2:25.70 (AAA) Miranda Clark, Riverdale 2:12.38 (D-II) Katheryn Dennison, Harpeth Hall 2: (A-AA) Katie Green, Montgomery Central 2:20.52 (AAA) Miranda Clark, Riverdale 2:17.94 (D-II) Ashley Murphy, Baylor 2: (A-AA) Kristen McKnight, Harpeth 2:22.76 (AAA) Blair Collins, Oakland 2:16.42 (D-II) Ashley Murphy, Baylor 2: (A-AA) Danielle McMillian, Hume Fogg 2:23.55 (AAA) Erin McBeth, Oakland 2:19.61 (D-II) Carey Floyd, Harpeth Hall 2: (A-AA) Danielle McMillian, Hume Fogg 2:20.62 (AAA) Erin McBeth, Oakland 2:18.84 (D-II) Carrie Jacobs, Immaculate Conception 2: (A-AA) Lauren Simmons, Hume Fogg 2:18.44 (AAA) Laura Campbell, Powell 2:17.42 (D-II) Lauren May, Harpeth Hall 2: (A-AA) Lauren Simmons, Hume Fogg 2:15.79 (AAA) Laura Hughes, Baylor 2: (A-AA) Lauren May, Harpeth Hall 2:17.92 (AAA) Kenya Avant, Hillwood 2: (A-AA) Lindley Harrison, Briarcrest 2:21.5 (AAA) Elli Bonnett, Dobyns Bennett 2: (A-AA) Lindsey Orcutt, Harpeth Hall 2:21.64 (AAA) Shannon Reeves, Franklin 2: (A-AA) Delenia Sharp, Scott 2:19.94 (AAA) Whitney Spannuth, Science Hill 2: (A-AA) Delenia Sharp, Scott 2:20.64 (AAA) Julie Overbay, Sullivan Central 2: (A-AA) Antasha Jones, Mitchell 2:23.59 (AAA) Deone Lollar, Glencliff 2:16.41 TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 800 METER RUN Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Antasha Jones, Mitchell 2:25.8 (AAA) Katrina Whiteside, Jackson Central-Merry 2: (A-AA) Jennie Nicols, Powell 2:20.81 (AAA) Ann Fulkner, Campbell County 2: (A-AA) Beth Tallent, David Lipscomb 2:20.01 (AAA) Becky Slusher, Oak Ridge 2: (A-AA) Tiffany Dean, Memphis East 2:22.4 (AAA) Traci Allison, Maplewood 2: (A-AA) Sylvenia Turner, Memphis Catholic 2:20.2 (AAA) Laura McSpadden, Sullivan South 2: (A-AA) Ginger Edwards, Brentwood 2:21.9 (AAA) Katherine Marshall, Farragut 2: (A-AA) Stephanie Morales, St. Cecilia 2:23.3 (AAA) Lashawn Stewart, Melrose 2: (A-AA) Stephanie Morales, St. Cecilia 2:23.5 (AAA) Carol Davidson, Oak Ridge 2: (A) Sandy Smith, Old Hickory 2:20.7 (AA) Christie Gearhiser, Girls Preparatory School 2:17.6 (AAA) Carol Davidson, Oak Ridge 2: (A) Ruth Forsythe, Memphis Skyview 2:25.5 (AA) Sloan Burton, Harpeth Hall 2:14.2 (AAA) Deborah Lowe, Germantown 2:19.7 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 800 METER RUN CHAMPIONS 9 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 6 - Baylor ( ) 5 - Hume Fogg ( ) 3 - Lipscomb ( ) 3 - Oak Ridge ( ) 3 - Oakland ( ) 3 - Ridgeway ( ) 183

186 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Barbara Ball, Lipscomb Academy 5:09.05 (AAA) Lizzy Kroeger, Independence 5:05.57 (D-II) Reagan Freeman, Harpeth Hall 5: (A-AA) Barbara Bell, David Lipscomb 5:16.72 (AAA) Lizzy Kroeger, Independence 5:02.88 (D-II) Caroline Cook, St. Agnes 5: (A-AA) Dianna Eddington, McMinn Central 5:16.08 (AAA) Joanna Thompson, Knoxville Catholic 5:01.16 (D-II) Hannah Jumper, Baylor 5: (A-AA) Claire Turner, Red Bank 5:17.27 (AAA) Rebecca Stover, Bearden 5:05.41 (D-II) Hannah Jumper, Baylor 5: (A-AA) Megan Ferowich, Knoxville Catholic 5:19.50 (AAA) Allie Scalf, Science Hill 5:04.09 (D-II) Sarah Delozier, Ensworth 5: (A-AA) Jessica Duble, Chattanooga Christian 5:14.30 (AAA) Kathy Kroeger, Independence 4:55.62 (D-II) Kacey Nobert, St. Agnes 5: (A-AA) Markie Voyles, Macon County 5:17.93 (AAA) Rita Jorgensen, White Station 5:01.73 (D-II) Amber Zimmerman, Webb School of Knoxville 5: (A-AA) Katie Hayes, University School of Jackson 5:19.97 (AAA) Kathy Kroeger, Independence 4:51.93 (D-II) Alyssa Mankin, Brentwood Academy 5: (A-AA) Kara Sephal, David Lipscomb 5:20.36 (AAA) Rita Jorgensen, White Station 4:58.99 (D-II) Morgan Stengel, Harpeth Hall 5: (A-AA) Kristi Ensminger, Harpeth 5:17.10 (AAA) Rita Jorgenson, White Station 5:12.12 (D-II) Allie Bohannon, Harpeth Hall 5: (A-AA) Anna Giles, Christian Academy of Knoxville 5:17.56 (AAA) Caroline Peyton, Houston 5:14.28 (D-II) Allie Bohannan, Harpeth Hall 5: (A-AA) Katie Green, Montgomery Central 5:11.16 (AAA) Deanna Kulesz, Oak Ridge 5:12.84 (D-II) Whitni Wonderlin, Battle Ground Academy 5: (A-AA) Kristen McKnight, Harpeth 5:15.13 (AAA) Sarah Damen, Oak Ridge 5:09.28 (D-II) Allie Bohannon, Harpeth Hall 5: (A-AA) Kristin McKnight, Harpeth 5:21.30 (AAA) Sarah Damen, Oak Ridge 5:14.36 (D-II) Laura Haley, Baylor 5: (A-AA) Keely Weaver, Franklin Road Academy 5:15.33 (AAA) Christy Baird, Knoxville West 5:05.65 (D-II) Christy Csorna, Father Ryan 5: (A-AA) Keely Weaver, Franklin Road Academy 5:09.25 (AAA) Christy Baird, Knoxville West 5:07.49 (D-II) Debby Gifford, Baylor 5: (A-AA) Bobby Jo Davis, Christian Academy of Knoxville 5:25.04 (AAA) Christy Baird, Knoxville West 5: (A-AA) Andrea Davis, Waverly Central 5:09.25 (AAA) Christy Baird, Knoxville West 5: (A-AA) Andrea Davis, Waverly Central 5:12.76 (AAA) Carla McCready, Dobyns Bennett 5: (A-AA) Lindley Harrison, Briarcrest 5:19.41 (AAA) Carla McCready, Dobyns Bennett 5: (A-AA) Lindley Harrison, Briarcrest 5:14.26 (AAA) Whitney Spannuth, Science Hill 5: (A-AA) Lindley Harrison, Briarcrest 5:09.14 (AAA) Whitney Spannuth, Science Hill 5: (A-AA) Lindsey Orcutt, Harpeth Hall 5:13.8 (AAA) Angie Culbertson, Sullivan Central 5: TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 1600 METER RUN Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Antasha Jones, Mitchell 5:21.7 (AAA) Angie Culbertson, Sullivan Central 5: (A-AA) Beth Tallent, David Lipscomb 5:16.20 (AAA) Angie Culbertson, Sullivan Central 5: (A-AA) Beth Tallent, David Lipscomb 5:13.57 (AAA) Ann Fuller, Campbell County 5: (A-AA) Beth Tallent, David Lipscomb 5:16.6 (AAA) Becky Herd, East Ridge 5: (A-AA) Beth Tallent, David Lipscomb 5:19.7 (AAA) Jill Faulkner, Campbell County 5: (A-AA) Tracy Orcutt, Harpeth Hall 5:12.2 (AAA) Katherine Marshall, Farragut 5: (A-AA) Nancy Pearson, Girls Preparatory School 5:23.6 (AAA) Katherine Marshall, Farragut 5: (A-AA) Beth Roark, Girls Preparatory School 5:31.6 (AAA) Carol Davidson, Oak Ridge 5: (A) Sandy Smith, Old Hickory 5:17.7 (AA) Lynne Kitchel, Harpeth Hall 5:09.3 (AAA) Sara Dunsmoore, Sullivan South 5: (A) Allison Burdette, Webb School of Knoxville 5:33.04 (AA) Sloan Burton, Harpeth Hall 4:53.4 (AAA) Jackie Moses, Kingsbury 5:19.7 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 1600 METER RUN CHAMPIONS 9 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 7 - Lipscomb ( ) 4 - Baylor ( ) 4 - Independence ( ) 4 - Knoxville West ( ) 4 - Oak Ridge ( ) 3 - Briarcrest ( ) 3 - Harpeth ( ) 3 - Science Hill ( ) 3 - St. Agnes ( ) 3 - Sullivan Central ( ) 3 - White Station ( )

187 Year Champion Time 2013 (A-AA) Barbara Ball, Lipscomb Academy 11:24.73 (AAA) Bailee Dean, Cane Ridge 10:35.32 (D-II) Allison Cheeseman, Brentwood Academy 11: (A-AA) Barbara Bell, David Lipscomb 11:22.02 (AAA) Haley Ward, McMinn County 10:53.97 (D-II) Allison Cheeseman, Brentwood Academy 11: (A-AA) Dianna Eddington, McMinn Central 11:35.43 (AAA) Joanna Thompson, Knoxville Catholic 10:49.42 (D-II) Kacey Nobert, St. Agnes 11: (A-AA) Claire Turner, Red Bank 11:07-30 (AAA) Joanna Thompson, Knoxville Catholic 11:00.67 (D-II) Hannah Jumper, Baylor 11: (A-AA) Megan Ferowich, Knoxville Catholic 11:16.59 (AAA) Allie Scalf, Science Hill 11:00.75 (D-II) Hannah Jumper, Baylor (A-AA) Alex Mullin, Notre Dame 11:10.84 (AAA) Kathy Kroeger, Independence 10:49.89 (D-II) Kacey Nobert, St. Agnes 11: (A-AA) Markie Voyles, Macon County 11:41.60 (AAA) Rita Jorgensen, White Station 10:57.41 (D-II) Amber Zimmerman, Webb School of Knoxville 11: (A-AA) Jessica Duble, Chattanooga Christian 11:57.11 (AAA) Kathy Kroeger, Independence 10:42.48 (D-II) Alyssa Mankin, Brentwood Academy 11: (A-AA) Aubrey Morris, Chattanooga Christian 11:22.82 (AAA) Renae Van Whye, Collierville 10:57.23 (D-II) Denise Bargiachi, St. Benedict 11: (A-AA) Katye Stone, Sullivan Central 11:47.00 (AAA) Jill Skinner, Brentwood 11:08.68 (D-II) Samantha Mazer, Univ. School of Nashville 11: (A-AA) Anna Giles, Christian Academy of Knoxville 11:21.69 (AAA) Shannon Capps, Knoxville Central 11:19.87 (D-II) Whitni Wonderlin, Battle Ground Academy 11: (A-AA) Anna Giles, Christian Academy of Knoxville 11:22.74 (AAA) Megan Cauble, Knoxville West 11:16.34 (D-II) Samantha Mazur, Univ. School of Nashville 11: (A-AA) Suzanne Walker, Chattanooga Christian 11:57.62 (AAA) Elizabeth Benson, Gallatin 11:13.22 (D-II) Ellen Davis, Girls Preparatory School 11: (A-AA) Janelle Royer, Trinity Christian 11:54.79 (AAA) Sarah Damen, Oak Ridge 11:09.39 (D-II) Whitney Wonderlin, Battle Ground Academy 11: (A-AA) Keely Weaver, Franklin Road Academy 11:06.50 (AAA) Sarah Damen, Oak Ridge 11:26.31 (D-II) Christy Csorna, Father Ryan 11: (A-AA) Keely Weaver, Franklin Road Academy 11:05.54 (AAA) Gina Recher, Farragut 11:06.18 (D-II) Ellen Davis, Girls Preparatory School 12: (A-AA) Erin Little, Clarkrange 11:33.00 (AAA) Christy Baird, Knoxville West 11: (A-AA) Claire Booth, Notre Dame 11:39.24 (AAA) Rebecca Beverly, William Blount 11: (A-AA) Andrea Davis, Waverly Central 11:50.07 (AAA) Carla McCready, Dobyns Bennett 11: (A-AA) Lindley Harrison, Briarcrest 11:34.96 (AAA) Carla McCready, Dobyns Bennett 11: (A-AA) Lindley Harrison, Briarcrest 11:32.90 (AAA) Kuzumi Oyama, Hendersonville 10: (A-AA) Lindley Harrison, Briarcrest 11:22.41 (AAA) Whitney Spannuth, Science Hill 11: (A-AA) Josephine Schaeffer, Hutchison 11:36.83 (AAA) Angie Culbertson, Sullivan Central 11:30.19 TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 3200 METER RUN Year Champion Time 1990 (A-AA) Elizabeth Johnson, Girls Preparatory School 11:54.3 (AAA) Tresa Smith, Sullivan Central 11: (A-AA) Elizabeth Johnson, Girls Preparatory School 11:59.89 (AAA) Angie Culbertson, Sullivan Central 11: (A-AA) Nancy Pearson, Girls Preparatory School 11:53.05 (AAA) Garciella White, Oakland 11: (A-AA) Christy Cupp, Anderson County 11:46.3 (AAA) Garciella White, Oakland 11: (A-AA) Alice Trotter, Howard 11:53.3 (AAA) Lisa Koch, Clarksville 11: (A-AA) Tracy Orcutt, Harpeth Hall 11:40.3 (AAA) Jean Heydet, Farragut 11: (A-AA) Nancy Pearson, Girls Preparatory School 11:48.3 (AAA) Sabrina Keeton, Sevier County 11: (A-AA) Ginger Sullivan, 12:06.4 (AAA) Sabrina Keeton, Sevier County 11:19.6 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 3200 METER RUN CHAMPIONS 6 - GPS ( ) 4 - Sullivan Central ( ) 3 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 3 - Briarcrest ( ) 3 - Chatt. Christian ( ) 3 - Knoxville Catholic ( ) 185

188 Year Champions Time 2013 (A-AA) Tyner (AAA) Antioch (D-II) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Martin Luther King (AAA) Antioch (D-II) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Dyersburg (AAA) Antioch (D-II) Brentwood Academy (A-AA) Howard (AAA) Knoxville West (D-II) Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Howard (AAA) Cordova (D-II) Webb School of Knoxville (A-AA) Brainerd (AAA) Hunters Lane (D-II) Ensworth (A-AA) Pearl Cohn (AAA) Hunters Lane (D-II) Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Austin East (AAA) Science Hill (D-II) Ensworth (A-AA) Mitchell (AAA) Science Hill (D-II) Girls Preparatory School (A-AA) Trezevant (AAA) Memphis East (D-II) Evangelical Christian School (A-AA) Alcoa (AAA) Memphis East (D-II) Hutchison (A-AA) Westside (AAA) Glencliff (D-II) Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Brainerd (AAA) Glencliff (D-II) Harpeth Hall (A-AA) Brainerd (AAA) Memphis East (D-II) Baylor (A-AA) Tyner (AAA) Ooltewah (D-II) Baylor (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Memphis East (D-II) Baylor (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt (AAA) Memphis East (A-AA) Alcoa (AAA) Hixson (A-AA) Tyner (AAA) Whitehaven (A-AA) Tyner (AAA) Farragut (A-AA) Memphis East (AAA) Hillcrest (A-AA) Memphis East 49.8 (AAA) McGavock (A-AA) Brentwood Academy (AAA) McGavock TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 400 METER RELAY Year Champions Time 1990 (A-AA) Memphis East 48.9 (AAA) McGavock (A-AA) Memphis East (AAA) Hillcrest (A-AA) Austin East 49.6 (AAA) John Overton (A-AA) Austin East 48.9 (AAA) Whites Creek (A-AA) Austin East 49.5 (AAA) Whites Creek (A-AA) Austin East 49.5 (AAA) John Overton (A-AA) Howard 49.0 (AAA) Hamilton (A-AA) Alcoa 49.3 (AAA) Melrose (A) Alcoa 49.1 (AA) Chattanooga City 50.1 (AAA) Melrose (A) Ezell Harding 50.9 (AA) Treadwell 49.6 (AAA) John Overton 48.0 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 400 METER RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS 9 - Memphis East ( ) 5 - Austin East ( ) 4 - Alcoa ( ) 4 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 4 - Tyner ( ) 3 - Antioch ( ) 3 - Baylor ( ) 3 - Brainerd ( ) 3 - GPS ( ) 3 - Howard ( ) 3 - McGavock ( ) 3 - Nashville Overton ( )

189 Year Champions Time 2013 (A-AA) Signal Mountain 1:46.21 (AAA) Riverdale 1:42.03 (D-II) Brentwood Academy 1: (A-AA) Martin Luther King 1:41.88 (AAA) Antioch 1:41.13 (D-II) Baylor 1: (A-AA) Martin Luther King 1:43.24 (AAA) Riverdale 1:41.56 (D-II) Brentwood Academy 1: (A-AA) Howard 1:41.69 (AAA) Mitchell 1:43.67 (D-II) Evangelical Christian School 1: (A-AA) Dyersburg 1:44.44 (AAA) White Station 1:41.44 (D-II) St. Benedict 1: (A-AA) Pearl Cohn 1:45.03 (AAA) Hunters Lane 1:42.77 (D-II) Webb School of Knoxville 1: (A-AA) Pearl Cohn 1:42.77 (AAA) Knoxville West 1:41.59 (D-II) Girls Preparatory School 1: (A-AA) Pearl Cohn 1:42.23 (AAA) Knoxville West 1:41.74 (D-II) Webb School of Knoxville 1: (A-AA) Mitchell 1:43.44 (AAA) Kirby 1:41.33 (D-II) Hutchison 1: (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt 1:47.85 (AAA) Memphis East 1:38.65 (D-II) Hutchison 1: (A-AA) Ridgeway 1:46.61 (AAA) Memphis East 1:43.70 (D-II) Notre Dame 1: (A-AA) Westside 1:40.77 (AAA) Glencliff 1:40.74 (D-II) Evangelical Christian School 1: (A-AA) Westside 1:44.04 (AAA) Glencliff 1:41.78 (D-II) Baylor 1: (A-AA) Martin Luther King 1:46.26 (AAA) Memphis East 1:41.26 (D-II) Evangelical Christian School 1: (A-AA) Tyner 1:46.09 (AAA) Glencliff 1:42.42 (D-II) Baylor 1998 (A-AA) Raleigh Egypt 1:45.74 (AAA) White Station 1:43.00 (D-II) Baylor 1: (A-AA) Martin Luther King 1:46.26 (AAA) Memphis East 1: (A-AA) Alcoa 1:45.64 (AAA) Memphis East 1: (A-AA) Frayser 1:47.16 (AAA) Memphis East 1: (A-AA) Harpeth Hall 1:47.07 (AAA) Whitehaven 1: (A-AA) Memphis East 1:44.59 (AAA) Hillcrest 1: (A-AA) Memphis East 1:44.33 (AAA) McGavock 1: (A-AA) Carver 1:45.53 (AAA) Hillwood 1:40.81 TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 800 METER RELAY Year Champions Time 1990 (A-AA) Memphis East 1:45.5 (AAA) Memphis South Side 1: (A-AA) Memphis East 1:44.39 (AAA) Wooddale 1: (A-AA) Manassas 1:46.55 (AAA) Wooddale 1: (A-AA) Austin East 1:45.7 (AAA) Wooddale 1: (A-AA) Memphis East 1:48.4 (AAA) Whites Creek 1: (A-AA) Girls Preparatory School 1:46.3 (AAA) Jackson Central-Merry 1: (A-AA) Chattanooga City 1:46.1 (AAA) Jackson Central-Merry 1: (A-AA) Kingsbury 1:44.1 (AAA) Melrose 1: (A) Alcoa 1:43.7 (AA) Chattanooga City 1:46.4 (AAA) Melrose 1: (A) Tennessee Preparatory School 1:50.5 (AA) Milan 1:48.4 (AAA) McGavock 1:41.4 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 800 METER RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS 11 - Memphis East ( ) 4 - Baylor ( ) 4 - MLK ( ) 3 - ECS ( ) 3 - Glencliff ( ) 3 - Pearl Cohn ( ) 3 - Wooddale ( ) 187

190 Year Champions Time 2013 (A-AA) Martin Luther King 4:05.13 (AAA) Antioch 3:45.86 (D-II) Harpeth Hall 3: (A-AA) Martin Luther King 4:00.33 (AAA) Antioch 3:55.48 (D-II) Baylor 3: (A-AA) Martin Luther King 4:05.76 (AAA) Knoxville West 3:56.82 (D-II) Baylor 4: (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville 3:58.04 (AAA) White Station 3:54.92 (D-II) Baylor 4: (A-AA) Howard 3:54.56 (AAA) Cordova 3:58.12 (D-II) Baylor 4: (A-AA) Howard 4:00.22 (AAA) Knoxville West 3:51.12 (D-II) Baylor 4: (A-AA) Martin Luther King 4:06.10 (AAA) Science Hill 3:53.92 (D-II) Girls Preparatory School 4: (A-AA) Notre Dame 4:02.28 (AAA) Rossview 3:56.68 (D-II) Baylor 4: (A-AA) Lenoir City 4:04.19 (AAA) Rossview 3:52.15 (D-II) University School of Nashville 3: (A-AA) Trezevant 4:08.45 (AAA) Brentwood 3:57.33 (D-II) University School of Nashville 3: (A-AA) Ridgeway 4:12.02 (AAA) McGavock 4:00.36 (D-II) University School of Nashville 4: (A-AA) Ridgeway 4:08.87 (AAA) Riverdale 3:54.24 (D-II) Harpeth Hall 4: (A-AA) Hume Fogg 4:04.34 (AAA) Riverdale 3:54.21 (D-II) Harpeth Hall 4: (A-AA) Hume Fogg 4:00.34 (AAA) Memphis East 3:57.1 (D-II) Baylor 4: (A-AA) Hume Fogg 4:01.79 (AAA) Memphis East 3:53.01 (D-II) Harpeth Hall 4: (A-AA) Hume Fogg 4:03.24 (AAA) Memphis East 3:52.74 (D-II) Harpeth Hall 4: (A-AA) Martin Luther King 4:05.93 (AAA) Memphis East 3: (A-AA) Martin Luther King 4:04.72 (AAA) Memphis East 3: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 4:07.2 (AAA) White Station 3: (A-AA) Harpeth Hall 4:02.43 (AAA) White Station 3: (A-AA) Memphis East 4:05 (AAA) Germantown 3: (A-AA) Memphis East 4:06.88 (AAA) Memphis Central 4: (A-AA) Memphis East 4:08.6 (AAA) John Overton 4: TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 1600 METER RELAY Year Champions Time 1990 (A-AA) Memphis East 3:59.6 (AAA) Whites Creek 4: (A-AA) Memphis East 4:02.74 (AAA) Wooddale 4: (A-AA) Austin East 4:04.58 (AAA) Oak Ridge 3: (A-AA) Austin East 3:58 (AAA) Whites Creek 3: (A-AA) Girls Preparatory School 4:03.3 (AAA) Howard 3: (A-AA) Howard 4:05.1 (AAA) Melrose 3: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 4:04.2 (AAA) Hamilton 3: (A-AA) Chattanooga City 4:02.0 (AAA) Melrose 3: (A) Memphis Prep 4:17.5 (AA) Chattanooga City 4:05.6 (AAA) Melrose 3: (A) Goodpasture 4:18.9 (AA) Harpeth Hall 4:04.6 (AAA) Memphis Northside 3:52.8 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 1600 METER RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS 10 - Memphis East ( ) 7 - Baylor ( ) 7 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 6 - MLK ( ) 4 - Howard ( ) 4 - Hume Fogg ( ) 3 - Melrose ( ) 3 - USN ( ) 3 - White Station ( )

191 Year Champions Time 2013 (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville 10:01.27 (AAA) Maryville 9:39.12 (D-II) St. Agnes 9: (A-AA) Christ Presbyterian Academy 9:46.88 (AAA) Knoxville Catholic 9:33.10 (D-II) St. Agnes 9: (A-AA) David Lipscomb 9:47.55 (AAA) Houston 9: (D-II) St. Agnes 9: (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville 9:52.42 (AAA) Arlington 9:38.31 (D-II) Baylor 9: (A-AA) University School of Jackson 9:48.10 (AAA) Science Hill 9:28.97 (D-II) Baylor 9: (A-AA) Notre Dame 9:46.30 (AAA) Science Hill 9:31.01 (D-II) Baylor 9: (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville 9:49.93 (AAA) White Station 9:26.04 (D-II) Girls Preparatory School 9: (A-AA) Christian Academy of Knoxville 9:47.76 (AAA) Brentwood 9:43.57 (D-II) Baylor 9: (A-AA) Walker Valley 10:04.32 (AAA) Brentwood 9:36.18 (D-II) University School of Nashville 9: (A-AA) Hume Fogg 10:06.21 (AAA) Brentwood 9:43.46 (D-II) University School of Nashville 9: (A-AA) Christ Presbyterian Academy 10:16.23 (AAA) Farragut 9:54.98 (D-II) Brentwood Academy 9: (A-AA) Ridgeway 10:04.30 (AAA) Cordova 9:38.25 (D-II) Harpeth Hall 9: (A-AA) Hume Fogg 9:58.18 (AAA) Hillsboro 9:45.31 (D-II) Girls Preparatory School 9: (A-AA) Hume Fogg 10:09.20 (AAA) Oak Ridge 9:37.93 (D-II) Harpeth Hall 9: (A-AA) Hume Fogg 9:56.5 (AAA) Oakland 9:42.5 (D-II) Brentwood Academy 10: (A-AA) Hume Fogg 9:54.7 (AAA) Karns 9:41.0 (D-II) Harpeth Hall 9: (A-AA) Harpeth Hall 9:45.7 (AAA) Father Ryan 9: (A-AA) University School of Jackson 9:44.7 (AAA) Father Ryan 9: (A-AA) Harpeth Hall 9:55.9 (AAA) Science Hill 9: (A-AA) Harpeth Hall 9:56.6 (AAA) Science Hill 9: (A-AA) Girls Preparatory School 9:58.1 (AAA) Science Hill 9: (A-AA) Girls Preparatory School 10:06.1 (AAA) Oak Ridge 9: (A-AA) Girls Preparatory School 9:58.4 (AAA) Farragut 9:48.6 TSSAA GIRLS TRACK PAST CHAMPIONS 3200 METER RELAY Year Champions Time 1990 (A-AA) Harpeth Hall 10:08.7 (AAA) Whitehaven 9: (A-AA) Girls Preparatory School 9:50.3 (AAA) Oak Ridge 9: (A-AA) Harpeth Hall 9:56.4 (AAA) Farragut 9: (A-AA) Harpeth Hall 9:53.9 (AAA) Farragut 9: (A-AA) Harpeth Hall 10:06.7 (AAA) Melrose 9: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 9:59.7 (AAA) Melrose 9: (A-AA) Brentwood Academy 10:05.3 (AAA) Farragut 9: (A-AA) Girls Preparatory School 10:12.4 (AAA) Memphis Northside 9: (A) Webb School of Knoxville 10:29.9 (AA) Hillcrest 10:02.5 (AAA) Memphis Northside 9: (A) Goodpasture 10:20 (AA) Harpeth Hall 9:31.7 (AAA) Farragut 9:31.9 SCHOOLS WITH THE MOST 3200 METER RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS 11 - Harpeth Hall ( ) 7 - GPS ( ) 6 - Farragut ( ) 5 - Hume Fogg ( ) 5 - Science Hill ( ) 4 - Baylor ( ) 4 - Brentwood Aca. ( ) 3 - CAK ( ) 3 - Brentwood ( ) 3 - Oak Ridge ( ) 3 - St. Agnes ( ) 189

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