Tennis, soccer, baseball, softball, and track will all compete for state titles next week in Murfreesboro.
Several area teams are headed to state after picking up wins on Saturday.
There will be no shortage of area teams next week playing in the state tournament.
Anderson County's Tyler Hicks didn't play football last year after suffering a brain injury in a car wreck. After months of therapy, Hicks is back, and as good as ever.
Tobi Kilgore was Central's defensive coordinator for two seasons before taking over with the Panthers.
The 6'7" forward averaged over 24 points and 11 rebounds a game for the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs erased much of an 18-point, third quarter deficit, but fell short Friday against Humboldt.
The Falcons end the year with a 24-9 record.
For the Bulldogs, they notch the program's first ever win in the state tournament.
It was a cold shooting night for Grace, as the Rams hit just 33 percent of their shots.
Maryville was led by Clark McCall who finished the game with 18 points.
The Wildcats shot just 25 percent from the field for the game.
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