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  • Westwood football has four named all-conference

    Westwood football has four named all-conference

    Westwood’s football Rockets completed the 2022 fall with a 4-3 record under first-year head coach Justin Kanjanabout. The season concluded with a home loss to Forrest last week. Four Westwood Rockets have been named to the 2022 DRVC All-Conference Team: Matthew White, Kaysen Lowery, Ayden Vanwinkle and Isiah Anderson.


  • CTC volleyball tournament opens Monday, CMS plays Tuesday

    CTC volleyball tournament opens Monday, CMS plays Tuesday

    After placing second in the regular season, the Coffee Middle School Lady Raider volleyball team will have a first-round BYE in the CTC tournament, which will be held this week at North Middle School in Franklin County. The Lady Raiders (no. 2) will play at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27 against the winner of no. […]


  • HOMECOMING FOR THE AGES. CHS welcomes back alumni, throttles Spring Hill

    HOMECOMING FOR THE AGES. CHS welcomes back alumni, throttles Spring Hill

    Hundreds of Red Raider football and cheerleader alumni made the trek to Carden-Jarrell Field Friday. Some driving over 6 hours to be on hand. And the Red Raiders put on a show for them. Senior tailback Konor Heaton accounted for 157 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns as the Red Raiders cruised past the Spring Hill […]


  • Coach Andrew Taylor picks up 300 career wins as volleyball head coach

    Coach Andrew Taylor picks up 300 career wins as volleyball head coach

    Coach Andrew Taylor officially picked up his 300th career win Monday night when the Lady Raiders beat Stewarts Creek 3-0. But he had no clue. Friends and family added up the totals and surprised Taylor with a celebration Thursday night after the Lady Raiders beat Warren County 3-1 at home – Taylor’s 302nd career win […]


  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Raiders come up big on senior night

    VOLLEYBALL: Lady Raiders come up big on senior night

    Thursday was one big celebration for the Coffee County Central volleyball program. And the Lady Raiders put a cherry on top with a district win. Coffee County dominated the fourth set to close out Warren County 3-1, ending a night that celebrated alumni, seniors and coach Andrew Taylor’s 300th career win, which came on Monday […]


  • CHS volleyball donates $2,000 to Dream for Weave Foundation

    CHS volleyball donates $2,000 to Dream for Weave Foundation

    Longtime Thunder Radio WMSR Sports Director and voice of Coffee County athletics Dennis Weaver was the catalyst for bringing Coffee County Volleyball to the radio years ago. Thursday night the Lady Raider program made a sizable contribution in Weaver’s honor. The team donated $2,000 to the Dennis Weaver Dream for Weave Foundation after the first […]


  • CHS volleyball takes out revenge on Tullahoma

    CHS volleyball takes out revenge on Tullahoma

    Coffee County volleyball hit a short rough patch earlier in the season that included a 3-0 loss at Tullahoma. The Lady Raiders made sure to take out a little revenge Wednesday night at home. Coffee County had an excellent night at the service line and got 8 kills at the net from senior Kurry Neel […]


  • FOOTBALL ALUMNI NIGHT INFORMATION

    FOOTBALL ALUMNI NIGHT INFORMATION

    Below is a letter emailed to all Red Raider football alum who have signed up for alumni night festivities, which will take place Friday, Sept. 23. The first 200 who have signed up will receive free shirts. Any other alumni are welcome to attend and participate in pregame festivities. Good Morning Red Raider Football Alum! […]


  • CHS soccer remains winless in district play

    CHS soccer remains winless in district play

    Coffee County’s Lady Raider soccer team is still searching for its first district win. Coffee County dropped a 6-1 decision to Warren County in McMinnville Tuesday night. Coffee County trailed 4-0 at half before getting a goal from senior Katie Cotten with 27:33 to play in the second half to cut the deficit to 4-1. […]


  • CHS head football coach temporarily away from team

    CHS head football coach temporarily away from team

    Coffee County Central head football coach Doug Greene is temporarily away from the football program, Thunder Radio Sports has learned. Defensive Coordinator Roger Haynes is serving as interim head coach and Stephen Graves is serving as offensive coordinator during Greene’s absence. Greene was not present for team activities beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 20. Thunder Radio […]


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