Girls' Basketball

COLUMN: Does Tennessee high school basketball need a shot clock?
Gallatin News · Wednesday · 128 clicks

Happy Valley tabs Hill to lead Girls Basketball program
Carter County Sports · Tuesday · 30 clicks

Hampton takes Lady Champs' reins
Shelbyville Times-Gazette · Tuesday · 96 clicks

Lady Tigers add to TSSAA record books
Elk Valley Times · Thursday · 30 clicks

Clarksville’s Erin Lackey commits to Murray State
Mainstreet Preps · Wednesday · 20 clicks

Cosby basketball coach recovering after bout with COVID-19
Citizen Tribune · Tuesday · 27 clicks

Hampton takes Lady Champs' reins
Shelbyville Times-Gazette · Tuesday · 51 clicks

Greenfield Board honors Lady Yellowjackets’ 34-0 season
Messenger On-Line · Monday · 12 clicks

OUT OF THE VAULT: Barnes' putback lands Viqueens' region title
Shelbyville Times-Gazette · Thursday · 16 clicks

Knox News Sports Award: Meet all of the high school sports nominees
Knoxville News-Sentinel · Wednesday · 5 clicks

Hill takes over Happy Valley girls program
Johnson City Press · Monday · 41 clicks

Lady Longhorns stood tall on the mountain
Johnson City Press · Monday · 10 clicks

Year in review: Lady Cougars hoops had memorable season
Kingsport Times-News · Saturday · 8 clicks

Sky's not the limit for Pierce
Shelbyville Times-Gazette · Friday · 18 clicks

Gouge takes over as Lady Pioneers' head coach
Kingsport Times-News · Thursday · 17 clicks

Basketball highlighted sports year for Sullivan East
Kingsport Times-News · Thursday · 10 clicks

Clark aims to maintain high standard for CA girls basketball
Mainstreet Preps · Wednesday · 22 clicks

Dresden’s Rachel Childress inks with Lady Wildcats
Messenger On-Line · Saturday · 9 clicks

Prep Notes: Trezevant, CBHS make coaching changes
Daily Memphian · Friday · 15 clicks

Dresden’s Rachel Childress Signs with Bethel Basketball
Mckenzie Banner · Thursday · 7 clicks

Charles Clark hired as Clarksville Academy girls basketball coach
Mainstreet Preps · Thursday · 12 clicks

HOOPS - Brandon hired at Cannon Co.
Mainstreet Preps · Wednesday · 11 clicks

Byrd named Lady Patriots new head basketball coach
Citizen Tribune · Friday · 44 clicks

Former Tech guard Garrett to transfer to Lee University
Herald-Citizen · Friday · 21 clicks

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Most Offense (Points per Game)
Greenfield 71.9/34
Lakeway Christian 68.3/26
Trinity Christian 68.0/33
Westwood 67.2/25
Ensworth 66.4/29
Whitehaven 66.4/30
Macon County 66.1/34
Maryville 65.3/35
Dyer County 65.2/31
Rhea County 65.1/30
Loretto 64.8/33
Powell 64.8/26
White County 64.6/32
Brentwood 64.5/32
Stone Memorial 64.0/34
Bradley Central 62.8/33
Clarkrange 62.7/35
South Greene 62.2/32
Clinton 62.1/34
Whitwell 61.9/31
Best Defense (Points Allowed per Game)
Westwood 23.9/25
Hillcrest 25.5/26
Westmoreland 29.8/34
Northpoint Christian 30.4/28
Signal Mountain 32.6/31
Father Ryan 33.0/28
Bearden 33.2/33
Mt. Pisgah Christian 33.4/25
Washburn 34.0/29
Coffee County 34.2/31
Cloudland 34.3/31
Covington 34.3/34
Rossview 34.4/30
Westview 34.6/34
Maplewood 35.1/36
Jefferson County 35.4/30
Summertown 35.6/30
Tellico Plains 35.8/27
Dobyns-Bennett 36.5/35
Memphis Business 36.6/31
Best Records
Greenfield 34-0
Macon County 33-1
Trinity Christian 32-1
Clarkrange 32-4
Grainger 32-4
Westview 31-3
Clarksville Academy 31-4
Arlington 31-5
Lebanon 31-6
Maplewood 31-6
Loretto 30-3
Stone Memorial 30-4
Maryville 30-5
Ensworth 29-0
Brentwood 29-3
Bearden 29-4
Bradley Central 29-4
Sullivan Central 29-4
Pickett County 29-5
Westmoreland 29-5

Top Ten Teams

Division I Class A Sch. Rank
1. Greenfield (34-0) 4
2. Clarkrange (32-4) 2
3. Loretto (30-3) 7
4. Summertown (24-6) 8
5. Gibson County (27-8) 3
6. Oneida (29-7) 15
7. Pickett County (29-5) 44
8. Wartburg (26-6) 25
9. Whitwell (26-5) 50
10. Huntingdon (28-6) 47
Division I Class AA Sch. Rank
1. Macon County (33-1) 2
2. Westview (31-3) 15
3. Nolensville (28-4) 10
4. Upperman (29-6) 6
5. Northview Academy (28-4) 20
6. Grainger (32-4) 30
7. Sullivan Central (29-4) 44
8. Westmoreland (29-5) 29
9. Dyersburg (21-8) 1
10. Maplewood (31-6) 42
Division I Class AAA Sch. Rank
1. Arlington (31-5) 3
2. Whitehaven (27-3) 11
3. Bearden (29-4) 6
4. Stone Memorial (30-4) 12
5. Maryville (30-5) 5
6. Bradley Central (29-4) 14
7. Brentwood (29-3) 29
8. Beech (27-5) 8
9. Lebanon (31-6) 16
10. Houston (25-5) 19
Division II Class A Sch. Rank
1. Trinity Christian (32-1) 10
2. Clarksville Academy (31-4) 8
3. Goodpasture (29-7) 7
4. Lakeway Christian (22-4) 22
5. University School of Jackson (24-9) 1
6. CPA (27-6) 24
7. Tipton-Rosemark (23-7) 12
8. The King's Academy (26-7) 21
9. Northpoint Christian (23-5) 34
10. Nashville Christian (24-8) 18
Division II Class AA Sch. Rank
1. Ensworth (29-0) 2
2. Brentwood Academy (22-8) 1
3. Baylor (25-6) 9
4. Briarcrest Christian (23-6) 13
5. Father Ryan (19-9) 7
6. Hutchison School (17-6) 14
7. Lipscomb Academy (12-9) 6
8. Harpeth Hall (14-13) 4
9. Pope John Paul II (12-17) 8
10. St. Cecilia Academy (12-13) 15
Independent Division Sch. Rank
1. MHEA (13-7) 5
2. Chattanooga Patriots (13-5) 9
3. Mt. Pisgah Christian (19-6) 11
4. Clarksville Christian (20-9) 7
5. Maryville Christian (17-12) 10
6. Nashville Central Christian (5-10) 4
7. Providence Academy (12-14) 8
8. Christian Community (1-9) 3
9. Tennessee Christian Prep (0-8) 1
10. Knoxville Ambassadors (2-15) 6

Toughest Schedules

Division I Class A Opp. Success
1. Union City (21-12) 61.4%
2. Clarkrange (32-4) 60.0%
3. Gibson County (27-8) 58.4%
4. Greenfield (34-0) 58.0%
5. Dresden (21-10) 57.6%
6. Memphis Business (23-10) 57.6%
7. Loretto (30-3) 57.4%
8. Summertown (24-6) 57.3%
9. South Fulton (9-18) 57.0%
10. Gleason (18-15) 56.1%
Division I Class AA Opp. Success
1. Dyersburg (21-8) 62.8%
2. Macon County (33-1) 62.4%
3. York Institute (19-13) 62.1%
4. Cumberland County (12-15) 61.2%
5. DeKalb County (18-15) 60.8%
6. Upperman (29-6) 60.6%
7. Martin Luther King (8-12) 60.0%
8. Elizabethton (23-11) 59.2%
9. Sullivan East (20-13) 59.2%
10. Nolensville (28-4) 58.0%
Division I Class AAA Opp. Success
1. Warren County (2-26) 69.8%
2. Kingsbury (0-14) 65.1%
3. Arlington (31-5) 65.0%
4. Farragut (23-10) 64.5%
5. Maryville (30-5) 62.8%
6. Bearden (29-4) 61.8%
7. Cookeville (19-11) 61.8%
8. Beech (27-5) 61.4%
9. Blackman (26-8) 61.2%
10. East Hamilton (19-13) 60.8%
Division II Class A Opp. Success
1. University School of Jackson (24-9) 59.2%
2. Westminster Academy (0-12) 58.7%
3. Concord Christian (2-11) 57.2%
4. Knoxville Webb (12-18) 57.1%
5. Sacred Heart of Jesus (4-19) 56.5%
6. Boyd Buchanan (6-17) 54.5%
7. Goodpasture (29-7) 54.5%
8. Clarksville Academy (31-4) 53.8%
9. University School of Nashville (8-17) 53.8%
10. Trinity Christian (32-1) 53.4%
Division II Class AA Opp. Success
1. Brentwood Academy (22-8) 65.1%
2. Ensworth (29-0) 64.8%
3. St. Benedict (4-15) 60.5%
4. Harpeth Hall (14-13) 60.3%
5. Chattanooga Christian (6-17) 58.4%
6. Lipscomb Academy (12-9) 57.8%
7. Father Ryan (19-9) 57.7%
8. Pope John Paul II (12-17) 57.2%
9. Baylor (25-6) 55.1%
10. St. Agnes Academy (8-15) 54.4%
Independent Division Opp. Success
1. Tennessee Christian Prep (0-8) 61.6%
2. Maryville Apostolic (0-8) 57.3%
3. Christian Community (1-9) 53.9%
4. Nashville Central Christian (5-10) 48.9%
5. MHEA (13-7) 47.8%
6. Knoxville Ambassadors (2-15) 46.6%
7. Clarksville Christian (20-9) 36.5%
8. Providence Academy (12-14) 35.4%
9. Chattanooga Patriots (13-5) 34.7%
10. Maryville Christian (17-12) 32.6%