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MJ baseball kicks off season with a win PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Mt. Juliet got a come from behind win to start the baseball season Monday night, beating Oakland, 3-2. 

Jackson Hollinshead’s RBI single in the sixth inning was the difference, and Eli Schreiber shut the door on the Patriots. 

The first six innings belonged to Austin Smith, who struck out five, while giving up six hits and two runs. 

The Bears got on the board in the fifth when Peyton Cole scored on a wild pitch. He had tripled to get on base. 

In the sixth, the Bears put together a two-out rally, starting with Alex Houser’s double. Curt Hoppe singled to center, scoring pinch runner Peyton Haynes to tie the game. Hollinshead followed with his game winning RBI, which scored pinch runner Matt Massey. 

Mt. Juliet traveled to Rossview Tuesday night. That game was completed after press time. Thursday, the Bears will travel to Chattanooga to compete in the Scenic City Classic. 

MJ 3 Oakland 2

O - 101 000 0 - 2 7 1

M - 000 012 x - 3 6 1

W - A. Smith (1-0). L- Ward. SV: Eli Schreiber (1)

Other baseball scores

Brandon (Fla.) 11 Wilson Central 2

Tennessee Heat 7 MJCA 6

Softball

Mt. Juliet 7 Upperman 0

Mt. Juliet 12 Sycamore 0

St. Benedict 7 Wilson Central 0

Wilson Central 3 Dickson County 2

 
Lady Bears head back to state PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The Mt. Juliet Lady Bears are headed to the State Tournament once again. 

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History covered up PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

One of Mt. Juliet’s landmarks is going to be hid for quite some time. 

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Mt. Juliet-Wilson Central hockey wins Henry Hine Cup PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, March 4, 2014

The Mt. Juliet-Wilson Central hockey team took the divisional championship in the Henry Hine Cup this weekend. 

This is the first championship win since 2007 when Mt. Juliet hockey team took the GNASH cup.  Mt. Juliet Bears are the only school to claim a championship win in the State Predators Cup (2003), the State GNASH Cup (2007) and the Divisional Henry Hine Cup (2014). 

On Wednesday, Feb. 26, MJ-WC beat the Tennessee Outlaws, 7-5.   Scoring for Mt. Juliet in the first period were Kieran Ogle, Dillon Massia with an assist from Tanner Walsh and Kieran Ogle with an assist from Sam Penland.  

In the second, Sam Penland scores two with assists from Kieran Ogle and Austin Work and Jack Tirey gets two assisted by Kieran Ogle  and Tyler Decker.  

After the win Wednesday night, Mt. Juliet faced Station Camp Friday, Feb. 28 for a huge win and a chance at the Henry Hine Cup.  The final score was 5-1. Scoring for Mt. Juliet were Chase Perkins assisted by Tyler Decker, Dillon Massia assisted by Chase Perkins and Cade Crosslin with an assist by Perkins in the first period.  Scoring one in the second was Kieran Ogle assisted by Sam Penland and then Vince Haller with an assist by Kieran Ogle scores last point in the third.

The Henry Hine Cup Championship game was held Saturday, March 1 at Bridgestone Arena.  It was MJ-WC against Franklin Road Academy.  With no scoring in the first two periods, FRA puts the first point on the board early in the third. Mt. Juliet quickly answers with a goal by Cade Crosslin assisted by Sam Penland and Kieran Ogle.  Mt. Juliet breaks the tie with a  second goal by Dillon Massia assisted by Vince Haller for the win.

 
Lady Bears make region finals PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, February 25, 2014

The Mt. Juliet Lady Bears made their way into the Region 5-AAA finals with wins over Clarksville and Hendersonville. 

The Lady Bears started with a domination of Clarksville Friday, 74-29. Raeyana DeGray led the way with 21 points, while Ronjanae DeGray had 12 and Sally McCabe had 11. 

Mt. Juliet kept up their winning ways Monday, beating Hendersonville, 54-35. Raeyana DeGray had 17, Ashley Roby had 15 and McCabe finished with 14. 

The Lady Bears will play Rossview for the Region title Wednesday at Rossview, 7 p.m.

The Mt. Juliet and Wilson Central boys were also still alive as of press time Tuesday. 

The Bears beat West Creek Saturday, 57-48. 

Daniel Schroeder had 13, John Mark Bell had 12, and Zac Anderson finished with 10. 

Mt. Juliet played at Kenwood Tuesday for a spot in the Region 5-AAA title. 

Wilson Central was on the other side of the semifinal, earning their way there by beating Henry County, 54-47. Jon Rosshirt led the way with 20 points, while Jacob Williams finished with 11. 

Central played Station Camp Tuesday for a chance to go to the region finals. 

 
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