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Commandos pull away from Green Wave

GALLATIN The Hendersonville High boys basketball team is getting accustomed to winning.

The Commandos won on Tuesday for the third time in their last four outings, pulling away in the fourth quarter for a 62-49 victory at Gallatin. 706 more words

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Commandos pound Portland early

HENDERSONVILLE Hendersonville High’s boys basketball team showed no ill effects from playing a district game less than 24 hours earlier.

While visiting Portland struggled to score in the first half, the Commandos went on cruise control, running out to a 30-point lead by halftime in a 51-32 victory over the Panthers. 774 more words

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Prep Round-Up: Commandos win at Wilson Central

LEBANON Three players scored in double figures as the Hendersonville High boys basketball team collected a 62-57 victory at Wilson Central on Monday evening.

Junior Ryne Loper led the Commandos (7-14 overall, 2-8 in District 9-AAA) offensively with 16 points, and junior center Jordan Amis and senior guard Jason Hernando scored 15 and 11 points, respectively. 222 more words

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Commandos advance to state bowling tournament

NASHVILLE Hendersonville High’s boys bowling team punched its ticket to the state tournament on Monday with a 20-7 victory over McGavock in a sectional match held at Hermitage Lanes. 277 more words

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Wave work late to down rivals

The Gallatin High boys basketball team had to do some extra work on Friday evening.

The visiting Green Wave outscored Hendersonville by a 24-13 margin in the fourth quarter to force overtime, eventually capturing a 72-69, double-overtime victory over their long-time rivals. 673 more words

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Long, Short help double up Gallatin

HENDERSONVILLE Brooke Long gave Hendersonville a lead just five seconds into Friday evening’s District 9-AAA battle.

For visiting Gallatin, things were all downhill from there as the Lady Commandos rolled to a 68-34 victory over the Lady Wave. 488 more words

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Lady Devils win first region bowling title

HENDERSONVILLE The Hendersonville High boys and White House High girls bowling teams have one more step to take to reach the state tournament, but they’ll be attempting that task from different directions. 1,114 more words

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