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Siegel Football Lift-A-Thon thru March 20

The Siegel High School Football Team is conducting the Siegel Challenge Lift-A-Thon from February 24th to March 20th to​ help generate additional support for our program. Our program is dedicated to teaching players to be men built on a foundation of Competing ​with Courage​, Commitment​, and Character​. They are taught life skills and core values, with

Avoid the Line at the Ticket Booth by Getting Your Siegel Athletic Tickets Online

Avoid the lines to purchase tickets at the games and go straight to the front with your online ticket.  Tickets at Siegel Athletic events can now be purchased online. When you visit GoFan to purchase your ticket, they will send you and email with a redeemable ticket attached.  You can use this ticket or you can

Early Lead For Oakland Seals Fate For Siegel

Siegel watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 5-1 loss to Oakland on Wednesday.  Oakland took the lead on a home run in the second inning. Oakland got things started in the second inning when Onnika Spencer hit a solo homer. Oakland scored three runs in the fifth inning.  Shelby Sargent

Stars Drop District Road Game 12-7

Siegel watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 12-7 loss to Blackman on Monday.  Blackman took the lead on a double in the second inning. Siegel collected nine hits and Blackman had nine in the high-scoring affair. Siegel got things moving in the first inning.  Caitlyn Manus threw a wild pitch

All Teams Schedule: Week of Mar 18 – Mar 24

Mar 18 Boys Junior Varsity Baseball vs. Middle Tennessee Christian High School Two 5 inning games. 5:30 pm | Siegel High Mar 18 Girls Varsity Softball at Blackman High School Blackman 6:30 pm | Blackman High School Mar 19 Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Oakland High JV 5:00 pm | Siegel High School Mar 19 Boys

Siegel Claims Lead in Fifth Inning to Defeat Warren County

Siegel ran off with the lead late in the game in a 7-5 victory over Warren County on Saturday.  Siegel trailed 4-3 in the bottom of the fifth inning when Dylan Taylor tripled on a 1-0 count, scoring three runs. Siegel fired up the offense in the first inning, when Jackson Cauthron singled on the

Siegel Defeats Shelbyville Central in Low-Scoring Affair

Both teams were strong on the mound Saturday, but Siegel defeated Shelbyville Central 3-1. Siegel pitchers allowed just six hits to Shelbyville Central. Ryan Green got the start for Siegel. He lasted four innings, allowing five hits and one run while striking out two and walking one. Hedrick led things off on the hill for

Siegel Softball Claims Victory Over Cheatham County in Blow-Out Fashion, 10-1

Siegel had everything working on Friday, winning big over Cheatham County Central 10-1 Cheatham County Central got things started in the first inning.  Cheatham County Central scored one run when Nikki Farmer doubled. Siegel notched four runs in the third inning.  Siegel big bats were led by Caitlyn McCrary, Claire Czajkowski, and Lizzie Russell, who

Softball Stars Shut Out Warren County 2-0

Sophie Golliver shut down Warren County, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Siegel to a 2-0 victory on Friday The pitching was strong on both sides. Golliver struck out six, while Madison Hollis sat down two. A single by Ashton Whiles in the fourth inning was a positive for Warren County. Golliver pitched Siegel

Siegel Stays Scrappy In Loss To Dobyns-Bennett

Siegel ‘s effort to come back from down four runs in the second inning came up just short, as they fell 4-3 to Dobyns-Bennett on Friday.  Siegel  scored three runs on a single in the third inning. Siegel  couldn’t keep up with Dobyns-Bennett early in the game.  Dobyns-Bennett scored on a groundout by Noah Hale

Siegel Volleyball Camp Announced

Future Stars Camp Flyer Volleyball Coach Flowers (best known by her players as “Coach Flo”) comes to Murfreesboro after a 16 year career at Cleveland High School. Building the program from the ground up, she immediately got involved with her middle school feeder program as well as coaching club volleyball. She is co-director of C4

Baseball Stars Lose 13-2 to Blackman

Siegel  struggled to get their offense going on Wednesday, getting easily dispatched by Blackman, 13-2. The Stars got on the board in the first inning when Jackson Cauthron grounded out, scoring one run. Blackman scored four runs in the seventh inning. The big inning for Blackman came thanks to doubles by Frankie Carreras and Andru Becker, a single by Drew Beam,