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Former Station Camp Bison John Jenkins will continue his professional career in China, according to Emiliano Carchia of Sportando, who says that Jenkins has reached an agreement with the Jiangsu Dragons. 

HENDERSONVILLE - A smothering defense by the Beech Lady Buccaneers forced numerous turnovers by the Gallatin Lady Wave on the way to a 56-35 win in District 9-AAA action on Tuesday.

The Gallatin Green Wave blew a 12-point lead in the fourth quarter before rebounding to claim a 63-59 win over the Beech Buccaneers in overtime on Tuesday in a clash of District 9-AAA rivals.

HENDERSONVILLE - Friday night marked the first game back on the hardwood for both Beech and Oakland following the New Year's Day holiday. 

Senior Lady Knight Ashley Malone dominated Friday night’s non-district contest between Pope John Paul II and visiting Clarksville Northwest scoring a game-high 35 points in the 57-51 JPII victory. 

The time has come for us at the Connection, Gallatin News, Hendersonville Standard, and The Portland Sun to name our 2019 All Sumner County Football Team. 

Hendersonville – When Andrew Paige slammed home an alley-oop pass from Kaleb Powell to make it 4-0 Beech, the game appeared the Bucs might just run away with their semifinal contest against Muhlenbuerg County. However, Paige picked up his second foul just one minute later and the game changed.

HENDERSONVILLE - Senior Lady Knight Ashley Malone dominated Friday night’s non-district contest between Pope John Paul II and visiting Clarksville Northwest scoring a game-high 35 points in the 57-51 JPII victory. 

HENDERSONVILLE - Junior Sam Specht scored a game-high 24 points Friday night to lead his Knights past visiting Clarksville Northwest 67-50. 

GALLATIN - For the first 11 minutes of the game Friday night it looked as if the District 9-AAA matchup between host Station Camp and visiting Portland would come down to the wire. 

HENDERSONVILLE - The McCallie Blue Tornados fell behind by as many as 10 points in the first 12 minutes of the game Thursday night, but that was before Eric Rivers decided to take over, leading his team to a 68-53 victory over host JPII. 

Teams from the eastern part of the state were dominant in the Blue Cross Bowl championship games played last Thursday through Saturday.