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Ice Cold: MUS kicker drills game-winner for Red victory in All-Star Game

MEMPHIS – From practices to at least five games a season, Memphis University School senior place kicker Trey Thomas has lined up hundreds of attempts on the turf of Owl Stadium. With 2 seconds remaining in the 16th Annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl All-Star Game Saturday night, Thomas had one more chance to kick a field […]

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2017 Red Devils bring winning tradition back to Germantown High

The red number 17 on the score board at Germantown Red Devil Football Stadium is fresh and bold compared to the other digits it recently joined. Germantown Head Coach Chris Smith is already at work trying to add the number 18 to the list of championship years for the Red Devils. The 2017 campaign was […]

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Germantown’s Little Buddy

Germantown’s own Elf on the Shelf has been popping up all over the city since Thanksgiving. So far, Buddy the Elf has been seen promoting the Germantown Beautification Commission’s Holiday Light Contest, which runs through Dec. 12, publicizing the city’s Youth Education Pond and getting to know city landmarks like the famous True Blue statue […]

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St. George’s junior launches club to help homeless

Attison Womack, 16, started the school year with a new way for students to give back. The junior at St. George’s Independent School launched Room in the Inn Club, a newly formed organization that brings students together to help the homeless. Womack says the idea struck her last winter, in the midst of juggling school […]

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Germantown football team honored for exceptional season

The Germantown Red Devils were honored Monday night by the city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen for their 2017 football season. Mayor Mike Palazzolo proclaimed Nov. 27 “Germantown High School Football Team Day” and honored Head Coach Chris Smith and several players at the beginning of the city’s regularly scheduled meeting. Germantown went 10-0 in […]

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Five area standouts make All-Star roster

The 16th annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game will take place Dec. 9 on the campus of MUS with a 2:30 p.m. scheduled kickoff. Among the notable stars on the Blue and Red rosters are Tennessee Mr. Football Award nominees running backs Kalyn Grandberry from Raleigh-Egypt and Tyler Badie from Briarcrest Christian. The […]

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Haywood falls to Springfield 35-28

By Bill Sorrell Had Haywood High defeated Springfield in the semifinals of the TSSAA Class 4A playoffs on Friday, there would have been two Memphis schools that could say they beat the team playing for the state championship. The Tomcats suffered five turnovers in a 35-28 loss at Springfield and missed out on the chance […]

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Planning Commission OKs site plan for new school

The city’s Planning Commission has approved the preliminary and final site plan for the new Germantown Municipal School District elementary school and district office building on nearly 39 acres on 3366 Forest Hill-Irene Road. On Oct. 6, the school district closed on the purchase of the property. The project will consist of an approximately 110,000-square-foot […]

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Owens given Community Service Award

On Nov. 9, the Leadership Germantown Alumni Association awarded the Jo Reed Community Service Award at the annual Germantown Boards and Commissions Appreciation Dinner. This award is presented each year to an individual who cares for the community and shows volunteerism. The award is affectionately named after Jo Reed, who was active in the Germantown […]

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Germantown students walk the state

Katie Faught’s classroom was a lively affair as Mayor Mike Palazzolo awarded the Riverdale class with a trophy for walking almost 1,900 miles this fall. “I did the math,” he quipped with the class, “and your class walked from here to the other side of Tennessee and back three times.” Her class, in partnership with […]

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