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Jedlicki, Jahns, Woods Named to DNJ All Area Team – Proctor Named Coach of the Year

Danielle Jedlicki just missed becoming Siegel High’s first TSSAA individual bowling state champion after tying Hardin County’s Ashley Channell to force a roll-off. The Lady Star freshman headlines The Daily News Journal’s All-Area Girls Bowling Team. The Daily News Journal’s female bowler of the year finished with a 197.7 average during the regular season before

Siegel Wrestlers Take Advantage of Summer Opportunities

Multiple Siegel wrestlers were in action across the country this weekend at locations including Stillwater (OK), Pigeon Forge (TN), and York (PA). All working toward a common goal of winning a third consecutive district title and a second region title in three years. While the official TSSAA wrestling season starts in November and ends in

Jenkins, Fulgham Win #P2BASS Fishing Tournament

They say “A bad day of fishing is better than a good day at work”. Saturday proved to be a great day for the participants in the 4th Annual #P2BASS Fishing Tournament. There were five boats that weighed more than 16 pounds and five fish that were weighed in over 4 pounds. Tad Jenkins and

Moultry and Salter Represent Siegel on Team Tennessee

Siegel High’s Michael Moultry and Christian Salter represented the Stars, in Pennsylvania, as members of the Tennessee Cadet Greco-Roman National Dual Team. Team Tennessee, a USA Wrestling organization, is comprised of the top in-state wrestlers born in 2000 and 2001. Salter finished the tournament tied for a team best 5 wins, and an overall record

#P2BASS Fishing Tournament

You could win $10,000! Join us for the Fourth Annual #P2BASS Fishing Tournament.  The tournament will take off from Fate Sanders Boat Ramp at 6:00 on Saturday, June 18.  The #P2BASS Fishing Tournament guarantees 80% pay out plus Big Fish.  You can enter a drawing for $10,000 prize awarded to mystery weight.  Weigh-in will be at

DNJ First Tennessee All Sports Trophy Back Home at Siegel

Siegel capped an emotional school year with one last highlight on Tuesday when the school was presented with The Daily News Journal’s First Tennessee All Sports Trophy Award for having the area’s best high school athletics year. It marks the second time the Stars have received the third annual award. It is sponsored by First Tennessee Bank,

Reavis Named Tennessean Coach of the Year

COACH OF THE YEAR Siegel’s Craig Reavis (Photo: Submitted) Craig Reavis Siegel Why chosen: He led the Stars to their first state baseball appearance. After falling in their first Class AAA tournament game, Siegel won five in a row to capture the state title. Siegel finished 34-9. Quote: “I thought we played well the whole (postseason).

Benefield, Key Named to Tennessean All Mid-State Team

INF Drew Benefield Siegel, Sophomore Siegel’s Drew Benefield (Photo: Helen Comer / DNJ) Why chosen: Louisville commitment hit .348 (.620 slugging) with 25 RBIs, five home runs, 13 doubles and a pair of triples for the Class AAA champion Stars. UTIL Jacob Key Siegel, Senior Siegel’s Jacob Key (Photo: Helen Comer / DNJ) Why chosen: In addition to posting

Siegel Baseball Alum Named Freshman All American

Former Siegel baseball player and current MTSU outfielder Blake Benefield was named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America team on Wednesday. The freshman led the Blue Raiders in home runs (eight), RBIs (32) and doubles (15), and was fourth in batting average (.286). Benefield came on late as one of MTSU’s top players displaying much-needed power for a team that lacked it for