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  • Alpine Skiing - Girls' and Boys' Past Champions
  • Badminton - Girls' and Boys' Past Champions
  • Baseball - Boys' Past Champions
  • Basketball - Boys' Past Champions (A, AA, AAA)
  • Basketball - Girls' Past Champions (A, AA, AAA)
  • Cross Country - Boys' Past Champions
  • Cross Country - Girls' Past Champions
  • Curling - Boys' Past Champions
  • Curling - Girls' Past Champions
  • Field Hockey - Girls' Past Champions
  • Football - Boys' Past Champions
  • Golf - Boys' Past Champions
  • Golf - Girls' Past Champions
  • Gymnastics - Girls' Past Champions
  • Hockey - Boys' Past Champions (A, AA, AAA)
  • Hockey - Girls' Past Champions (A, AA, AAA)
  • Lacrosse - Boys' Past Champions
  • Nordic Skiing - Boys' and Girls' Past Champions
  • Rugby - Boys' Past Champions (A, AA, AAA)
  • Rugby - Girls' Past Champions (A, AA, AAA)
  • Soccer - Boys' Past Champions (A, AA, AAA)
  • Soccer - Girls' Past Champions (A, AA, AAA)
  • Swimming - Past Champions
  • Tennis - Boys' and Girls' Past Champions
  • Track & Field - Boys' Past Champions
  • Track & Field - Girls' Past Champions
  • Volleyball - Boys' Past Champions (A, AA, AAA)
  • Volleyball - Girls' Past Champions (A, AA, AAA)
  • Wrestling - Boys' Past Champions
  • Wrestling - Girls' Past Champions
  • Recent Team Medallists
Sours: https://www.ofsaa.on.ca/node/1377
Congratulations to the

2020 TGA Junior Amateur Players of the Year!

  
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Sophie Linder of Carthage
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Kaleb Wilson of Knoxville
The Tennessee Golf Association in conjunction with the Tennessee Golf Foundation is pleased to announce the:

 2020 TGA Junior Amateur Player of the Year Rankings 
(as of 12/07)

*Rankings will be updated the 1st week of every month beginning in July




*2020 Qualifying Tournaments as of 12/07
 RANKING POLICIESThe TGA Junior Amateur Player of the Year Rankings, presented by the Tennessee Golf Foundation, reflect the abilities of junior golfers from Tennessee participating in a wide variety of events. The rankings favor local events to reduce economic favoritism, and put significance on national championships to recognize top performances. Rankings will be kept for the calendar year.

RUTH ELLER CUP
This award will be presented to the female junior golfer who has earned the most points as of December 31st of each year.

HAROLD ELLER CUP
This award will be presented to the male junior golfer who has earned the most points as of December 31st of each year.

These awards will be permanently displayed at Golf House Tennessee with the winners' names engraved on each trophy. The winners will also be awarded a trophy.

For an event to be considered for the rankings, it must meet the following guidelines:
  1. Local, junior specific, 36 hole + events or local junior match play events conducted in Tennessee that abide by USGA Rules of Golf and have a minimum 20 boys and 8 girls registered to compete in the event (division(s) competing from the longest yardage). If the number of holes has to be reduced due to inclement weather, the committee will determine whether the rankings will apply.

  2. National events that are invitationals or players earn their way through local qualifying. Examples: AJGA Invitationals, USGA Championships, the PGA Junior Championship, and other such invitationals and national championships.

  3. TGA Amateur and Open events will be considered in the rankings.

  4. USGA Amateur events will be considered for the rankings as long as the player earned his/her way into the championship via exemption or qualifying.

  5. Miscellaneous events that are conducted in Tennessee will be considered on a year to year basis. Examples: Southern Junior, Women's Southern, and other such regional and national championships.
 TOURNAMENT WEIGHTINGWeightings can be adjusted annually but not during the year. The committee reserves the right to add events to the list as deemed necessary. The following weight structure will be in place for 2020: (For events with an *asterisk*, see below for expanded event explanation)

 WEIGHT EVENT
1 Chattanooga City Junior Championship
1Hank Miles Clarksville City Junior Championship 
  
2
 Southern States Junior Classics
2West TN Junior Golf Association Events 
  
3 *Schooldays Championship
3*The Tri Star 
3*The Scotty 
3
 United States Junior Golf Tour Events held in Tennessee 
3
Sneds Tour Open Series Events
Sneds Tour 2 Day Tour Division Series Events  
3Egwani Farms Junior Invitational 
  
4 Sneds Tour 2 Day Masters Series Events 
4The Memorial 
4Belle Meade Junior Invitational 
  
5 TSSAA State Championships
  
6
Sneds Tour Elite Series Events
6 Sneds Tour Tournament of Champions
6 The Wally
6 The Bubba
6 Any AJGA Open Events held in Tennessee
  
7 TGA Junior Amateur Championships
7
 TPGA Junior Championship
  
8
*AJGA Invitationals
8PGA National Junior Championship (Exempt by other means, 50 points)
  
9
*TGA State Open
9*TGA Women's Open
9*TGA State Amateur Championships
9*TGA State Match Play Championship 
 9 *LNGA Championship - (When Conducted in TN)
  
10
*USGA Junior Championships
10
*USGA Amateur Championships
10*USGA Open Championships
10*PGA/LPGA Championships 

  POINTS BREAKDOWN
 The following is the breakdown of how points will be awarded for any qualifying event:
To determine the amount of points earned in an event, take the weight of the tournament (see above) and multiply that number by the amount of points earned for the player's finish (see below). Points will be given to 1/2 of the final field at a particular event up to 20 places. If the final field number is an odd number, we will round up to the nearest even number.
 PLACE POINTS
 1ST 25
 2ND 20
 3RD 16
 4TH 13
 5TH 10
 6TH - 10TH
 5
 11TH -20TH
 3
For example: Sam Jones played in the TGA Junior Amateur Championship (weight of 7) and finished in 4th place by himself (13 points).  He would earn 91 points (7 x 13) for competing in the event.

Ties: If there is a tie for a particular finish in an event, we will add up the points earned for each place and then divide that total by the number of players tied (i.e. 3-way tie for 4th, add up points earned for 4th, 5th, and 6th place finishes, then divide by three).
 EXPANDED EXPLANATION - SPECIFIC EVENTS
  • Schooldays Championship: Match Play, Oldest Age Divisions - Quarter Finalist (15 points), Semi Finalist (30 points), Finalist (60 points), Champion (75 points)  
  • The Tri Star (Championship Division Only): Match Play, - Quarter Finalist (15 points), Semi Finalist (30 points), Finalist (60 points), Champion (75 points)
  • The Scotty (Championship Division Only): Match Play, - Quarter Finalist (15 Points), Semi Finalist (30 Points), Finalist (60 points), Champion (75 points)(Points listed will be awarded to each player on the receiving team)

  • AJGA Invitationals: Participant (50 points) 
  • PGA National Junior Championship: Make the Cut (25 points)

  • TGA Men's State Amateur(Stroke Play): Exempt or Qualify (50 points), Make the Cut (25 points), Low Junior (20 points), 2nd Low Junior (15 points), 3rd Low Junior (10 points)

  • TGA Men's State Match Play(Match Play): Qualify for Match Play (25 points) Each Match Won (25 points)

  • TGA Women's State Amateur (Championship Division Only): Low Junior (20 points), 2nd Low Junior (15 points), 3rd Low Junior (10 points) 

  • TGA Men's and Women's State Open Championship (Stroke Play): Men - Exempt or Qualify (50 points), Both - Make the Cut (25 points), Both - Low Junior (20 points), 2nd Low Junior (15 points), 3rd Low Junior (10 points) 
  • LNGA Championship: Participant (50 points), Make the Cut (25 points)

  • USGA Junior Championships (Match Play): Exempt or Qualify (75 points), Medalist - 200 points, Make the Cut for Match Play (25 points), Each Match Won (20 points)

  • USGA Amateur Championships (Match Play):Qualify (100 points), Medalist (200 points), Make the Cut for Match Play (50 points), Each Match Won (20 points)
  • USGA Open Championships: Participate (150 points), Make the Cut (100 points)
  • PGA/LPGA Championships: Participate (150 points), Make the Cut (100 points)
 PAST WINNERS
YEARBOYS
GIRLS
2009
 Steven Fox (Hendersonville)
Kendall Martindale (Jefferson City)
2010 Marshall Talkington (Jackson)
Kendall Martindale (Jefferson City)
2011 Zachary Olsen (Cordova)
Sarah Harris (Hermitage)
2012 Ben Wolcott (Dickson)
Alexandra Farnsworth (Nashville)
2013Scott Stevens (Chattanooga) Alexandra Farnsworth (Nashville)
 2014Davis Shore (Knoxville)  
Aubree Jones (Covington)
 2015 Davis Shore (Knoxville)  Rachel Heck (Memphis) 
2016
Davis Shore (Knoxville)  Rachel Heck (Memphis)  
2017Bryce Lewis (Hendersonville) Rachel Heck (Memphis) 
 2018 Jaron Leasure (Nashville) Lynn Lim (Gallatin)
2019Jaron Leasure (Nashville) Kynadie Adams (Gallatin) 
Sours: http://www.tnjuniorgolf.com/tga-jr-poy-rankings-182.html
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Austin-East wins first boys soccer state championship in school history

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WATE) – The Austin-East Magnet High School Roadrunners are TSSAA Class A boys soccer state champions for the first time in school history after defeating Gatlinburg-Pittman 5-4 Friday in Murfreesboro.

The Highlanders opened the scoring within five minutes of kickoff before Austin-East quickly equalized. The Roadrunners took a 2-1 lead with 6 minutes remaining in the first half. The game went to extra time tied at 3 before both teams scored in extra time.

With both teams knotted at 4, Austin-East won the shootout 3-1.

The goal that gave Austin-East its first state championship title in soccer.

A storybook ending for the Roadrunners who went on a heck of a Cinderella run. AE's historic season ends with the title after battling back to win it all, beating the Highlanders in PKs (4-3).#beepbeeppic.twitter.com/0LNP0EGmJG

— Kellyanne Stitts (@KellyanneStitts) May 28, 2021

The 2020-21 season was one full of firsts for Austin-East, beginning with a dramatic victory on penalty kicks over Gatlinburg-Pittman to claim their first ever District 2-A tournament championship.

After a dominant win in the Region 1-A semifinals, Austin-East claimed its first ever regional championship with another victory over Gatlinburg-Pittman.

Ahead of the Roadrunners’ trip to Murfreesboro for the state championships, the Knoxville community came together to raise thousands of dollars for food, transportation and lodging during the team’s four-day stay in Middle Tennessee.

Austin-East breezed through their Class A state quarterfinal, winning 8-0 over Gibson County. They punched their tickets to the state championship and another rematch with Gatlinburg-Pittman thanks to a 1-0 win over Merrol Hyde in the state semifinals.

The Roadrunners end their season on a historic high point following a difficult academic year that saw the Austin-East community experience several tragic instances of gun violence. After one of their final regular season opponents was set to cancel over safety concerns, Knox Pro Soccer and the University of Tennessee welcomed Austin-East at a sold-out Regal Stadium for a special senior night.

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Sours: https://www.wate.com/news/local-news/austin-east-wins-first-boys-soccer-state-championship-in-school-history/
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Meet the Tennessee high school wrestling state champions for 2021

State champions were crowned this past week during the TSSAA's individual wrestling state championships held in Chattanooga.

Here are all the 2021 state champions along with who they defeated in the championship round.

FIRST FOR HAWKS:Green Hill wrestler makes first-year school's history with first state title

NEW LOOK, ANOTHER TITLE:Wilson Central's Thomas Borders ditches mullet for buzz cut, wins third TSSAA wrestling championship

Class AAA

106: Logan Fowler, Cleveland, dec. Bryson Terrell, Bradley Central, 10-8

113: Justin Bradford, Blackman, dec.  Bentley Ellison, Cleveland, 6-3

120: Thomas Borders, Wilson Central, dec. Arlo Laxton, Cleveland, 3-2

126: Trey Bates, Beech, dec. Charles Randall, Cleveland, 9-3

132: Jackson Bradford, Cleveland, dec. Brennan Watkins, Dobyns-Bennett, 7-2

138: Trae McDaniel of Cleveland, dec. Luke Belcher, Bradley Central, 10-3

145: Cody Chittum, Cleveland, pin Landon Fisher, Jefferson Co., 3:35

152: Jackson Hurst, Dobyns-Bennett, dec. Aidan Brenot, Clarksville, 10-5

160: Tre Morrisette, Dobyns-Bennett, pin Logan Fisher, Jefferson Co., 1:38

170: Mason Smith, Beech, dec. Matheson Meade, Bearden, 3-2

182: Tetoe Boyd, Cleveland, dec. Owen Zuckerman, Houston, 7-2

195: Dominic Love, Green Hill, pin, Donovan Rich, Beech, 3:57

220: Ashton Davis, Cleveland, pin Noah Todd, Wilson Central, 5:12

285: Joshua Cummins, Anderson Co., dec. Jadon Langford, Walker Valley, 3-1

Class A/AA

106: Ethan Uhorchuk, Signal Mountain, pin Porter Finstad, Gibbs, 1:34

113: Caleb Uhorchuk, Signal Mountain, dec. Leandre Dabney, Greeneville, 9-4

120: Andy Cable, Pigeon Forge, maj. dec. Spencer Reep, Gibbs, 12-4

126: Daniel Uhorchuk, Signal Mountain, injury, Trevor Lewis, Hixon, 1 second

132: Logan Heckert, Sycamore, tech fall Hunter Johnson. Greeneville, 5:03 (19-3)

BACK TO BACK:Eagleville wrestler Wyatt McLemore goes 87-0 in two seasons, wins second state championship

MORE:Fairview wrestler sustains head injury in Class A/AA championships

138: Hunter Mason, Greeneville, pin, Luke London, Sycamore, 1:34

145: Riley Bennett. Fairview, injury, Josh Parton, Pigeon Forge, 5:07

152: Garrett Foreman, Pigeon Forge, pin Lucas Taylor, White House Heritage, 1:14

160: Kodiak Cannedy, Greeneville, pin, Malachi Bennett, Fairview, 1:34

170: Wyatt McLemore, Eagleville, pin Kaden White, Moore Co., 3:30

182: Noah Hill, Forrest, dec. Kendrick Curtis, Fairview, 8-4

195: Ethan Sutton, Pigeon Forge, dec. Preston Worley, Signal Mountain, 7-6

220: Jonathan Morton, Elizabethton, pin Caleb Wolfe, Pigeon Forge, 5:15

285: Mustafi Algarawi, Pigeon Forge, dec. Jacob Clevenger, Fairview, 5-4

Division II

106: Kade Hartline, Baylor dec. Alex Ropski, Christian Brothers 7-0

113: Nick Corday, Baylor, maj. dec. Jay Eversole, Lakeway Chr., 13-2

120: Keyveon Roller, Lakeway Chr., tech fall, Wills Bronson, Christian Brothers, 5:20 (19-3)

126: Jack Braman, McCallie, dec. Jackson Bond, Baylor, 3-2

FINISHING ON TOP:Tulane football signee Parker Petersen caps Father Ryan wrestling career with championship

132: Dayne Dalrymple, Christian Brothers, maj. dec. Conor Payne, Boyd-Buchanan, 8-0

138: Brayden Ivy, Lakeway Chr. tech fall Micah Tisdale, Baylor, 4:40 (17-1)

145: Garrison Dendy, Baylor, pin Ben Stigamier, Father Ryan, 3:04

152: Emory Taylor, McCallie, dec. Evan Anthony, Christian Brothers, 7-5

160: Aidan Bowers, Christian Brothers, dec. Gavin Cagle, McCallie, 3-1

170: James Whitworth, McCallie, tech fall Jack Revere, BGA, 5:37 (19-3)

182: Gunnar Garriques, Baylor, dec. Gervacio Gonzalez, Christian Brothers, 7-2

195: David Harper, Baylor, pin Theo Sewell, Christian Brothers, 1:12

220: Gabe Fisher, MBA, pin, Brik Boruff, Knoxville Web, 5:48

285: Parker Petersen, Father Ryan, pin, Lauren McDonald, McCallie, 28 seconds

Girls

103: Ella`lina Gonzalez, Clarksville pin Divine Sesilets, Tullahoma, 1:31

112: Jenna Baines, Greeneville, dec. Betsy Nations, Collierville, 9-7

119: Roseanna Vaughn, Northwest pin Annalynn Rakett, Clarksville Academy, 2:59

125: Monteria Bigsby, Riverdale, dec. Baylee Peterson, Independence, 3-1

FIRST YEAR, FIRST TITLE:Riverdale girls wrestler started her career this season. She finished with a state title.

132: Rontaysia Payne, Dickson Co., maj. dec. Haley Redmond, Gibbs, 14-0

140: Jailynn Tindall, Carter, pin Bryce White, Cane Ridge, 2:56

150: Maggie Graham, Bartlett, maj. dec. Elizabeth Champion, Tullahoma, 15-4

160: Brielle Bissonette, Clarksville, pin Hailey Webb, Farragut, 1:07

170: Shelby Zacharias, Creek Wood pin Katie McNabb, Sale Creek, 36 seconds

190: Ella Murphey, Hardin Valley, pin Chukwuedom Odeigah, Collierville, 2:51

215: Justina Nikolao, Rossview, dec. Valerie Smith, McGavock, 11-6

Sours: https://www.tennessean.com/story/sports/high-school/2021/02/27/tssaa-wrestling-tennessee-high-school-state-champions-2021/4487147001/

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Tennessee High School Mock Trial


The 2022 Tennessee State High School Mock Trial Competition will take place in downtown Nashville on March 25-26, 2022. Participating students will stay at the Doubletree Hotel. District competitions will be held in February and early March and will be organized by the local coordinator. Look for more information coming soon!
 

2021 Competition Results

State Competition Winners

See last year's competition results, team rankings and individual awards

Watch the Championship Round

Watch the Virtual Awards Ceremony (advance the feed to the 57 minute mark)

Grand Division Competition Winners

East Tennessee – CSTHEA 1
Middle Tennessee – Montgomery Bell Academy 1
West Tennessee – St. Mary’s Episcopal School 2
 
See full results and individual winners of the Grand Division Competition.
 

Sign up for Email Updates

To be added to the TBA’s email distribution list for competition information and case updates, sign up here. This list is re-populated each year so if you want to be included again this year please sign up again.
 

Map of Competition Districts

The state is divided into 14 districts for preliminary district competitions. Winners of each district competition will advance to the state competition. Download a map of the districts or see the list here.
 

Championship Round Videos

Want to see what some of the state’s best teams look like in action? Check out past competitions on the TBA's YouTube Channel. 
 

National Competition

Tennessee’s state mock trial champion is eligible to participate in the National High School Mock Trial Championship, which is held each May. Visit the organization's website to see past winners, a sample case database and a list of state mock trial coordinators. Connect with the group on Facebook or follow it on Twitter.
 

Donate

Donations of any amount can always be made to the Mock Trial program. Funds donated to the Mock Trial Fund account will be used to subsidize the cost of attending the state mock trial competition for lower-income or rural schools. You can donate on the online payment portal or make your checks payable to Tennessee Bar Association and note "Mock Trial Fund" in the memo line. Send checks to Tennessee Bar Association, 221 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 400, Nashville, TN 37219. 

Sours: https://www.tba.org/index.cfm?pg=tennessee-high-school-mock-trial-0
TSSAA State Championships 2021

The Tennessee State Soccer Association has hosted the Tennessee State Cup as one of our programs since 1976. The Tennessee State Cup is open to all member clubs and their teams via an application at the start of each seasonal year. We have competitive levels within 3 Divisions (Division 1, Division 2, and Divisions 3). As a member of the United States Youth Soccer Association our Division 1 Champions have the unique opportunity to then compete at Regional and National level competitions that are within the National Championship Series. The Division 1 competitors are considered to be our highest level of competition within the State. Our next level of competition is Division 2 and the Champions at this level have the opportunity to compete at Regional and National level competitions that are within the President’s Cup. Our final level of competition is Division 3. Many of our teams at the Division 3 level are newly formed teams or coming from a more recreational based environment.

In the Fall our High School aged girls are not allowed to play both competitive soccer and High School soccer per Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) rules. During the Fall, we have a season ending State Cup for High School aged boys aged 15-19. In the Spring our High School aged boys are under the same TSSAA restrictions. Therefore, we have a season ending State Cup for ages 12-19 girls and 12-14 boys. In both seasons, accepted teams to our Tennessee State League (TSL) compete for either 4 or 8 final spots in our State Cup. The State Cup is conducted in a single eliminations tournament over two weekends where teams play a single important advancement game each day. For more information on our State Cup, contact Jeannie Louk at [email protected].

2020-2021 State Cup will be hosted at Richard Siegel Soccer Complex for both Fall and Spring

Sours: https://www.tnsoccer.org/state-cup

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1977

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1981

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1982

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1983

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1984

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1985

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1988

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Sours: https://sdssaa.rainbowschools.ca/pages/OFSAA%20Basketball%20files/aaachmps.htm


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