The boys and girls track teams at Coffee County High School defeated Lincoln County and Warren County. Cam Davis took 1st in discus and shot. Reece Pratt was 1st in discus and 2nd in shot. Kani Johnson had four 1st place finishes; 100 meter hurdles, the 100 meter and 200 meter runs, and high jump. Karson Young won three events; High jump, triple jump and long jump. Sarah Pearson was 1st in the 300 meter hurdles. Both the 4×400 relay boys and girls teams won 1st. Sarah Hollis was 1st in the 800 meter run. Javan Burg 1st in 100 & 200 meter runs. Andy Rosson 1st place 1600 meters. Taylor Deberry finished 1st in 100 meter hurdles followed by teammates Mackenzie Anderson 2nd Sarah Pearson 3rd. Deberry finished 2nd and Lily Harris 3rd in the 300 meter hurdles.
The next meet is Thursday at Carden-Jarrell Field with field events getting underway at 3:00 PM..
The Westwood Rockets boys’ soccer team traveled to the mountain on Tuesday to take on St. Andrews-Sewanee. The Rockets got a hat trick (3 goals) from Leo Botello in the 4-1 win. Juan Penaloza had 2 assists, and Leo Suarez had a goal the other goal. The win improves the Rockets record to 3 and 1 on the season and 2 and 0 in conference play. The Rockets host Lincoln County on Thursday at Dyer-Bouldin Field. That match will kick off at 6:00 PM.
In high school soccer Tuesday the Coffee County Red Raiders were on the road at Franklin County. Breyer Taylor got things started for the Raiders with a goal off an assist from Ernesto Gomez at the 30 minute mark. Early in the 2nd half Taylor scored again to make it 2-0. In the 74th minute Taylor scored again for the hat trick to make the final 3-0.
Coffee County will be on the road in Columbia on Thursday night beginning with JV action at 5pm and varsity at 7pm.
In middle school tennis on Tuesday Westwood took on Tullahoma at Fred Deadman Park. The Rocket boys lost 7-0 and the girls lost 6-1 to the very experienced Wildcats. This is the first year for the program at Westwood under the direction of coach Justin Winton. The Rockets will be at home on Tuesday, April 7th as they welcome Lewisburg to the Fred Deadman Park. The first matches will get underway at 4:00 PM
The Coffee County tennis teams traveled to Lincoln County to take on the Falcons. The girls were winners, 5-2. Alex Crossland won 8-6, Maddie Taylor 8-4, Savannah Hodge 8-6 and Kayla Wright 8-4. The doubles team of Hodge/Crossland also picked up a win.
Lincoln County defeated the Raiders, 6-1. Easton Mai won 9-7 and the doubles team of Mai/Trevor Ivey-Bodman had the best 2-man match of the day but lost in a tie-breaker. Coffee County hits the road again on Thursday as they are in Tullahoma for a 4pm start.