A high-octane start and solid finish propelled McKenzie's boys basketball team to a stunning 67-33 victory over archrival Huntingdon Friday night.
In a battle of unbeatens last Friday night, the McKenzie High School Rebels held off a stiff challenge from the visiting Camden Lions and claimed an 89-82 victory.
The Rebel golfers celebrated the last home match for five 2019 graduating seniors by sweeping both the ladies and gentlemen's matches over Gleason and South Fulton on Monday, September 17th, at Carroll Lake Golf Club.
Friday night, against visiting McKenzie, the Rebels were treated to a horror feature: The Montez Bradley Show. The senior Tiger running back collected 236 yards and five touchdowns in Waverly's 54-13 victory. He had scoring runs of 51, 10, 55, 18 and 72 yards.
Friday night, Trinity Christian Academy assistant football coach Drew Hayes looked across the sideline at the coach who mentored him and the players who donned the same uniforms he wore 13 years ago.
Friday, at Trinity Christian Academy, McKenzie led for 32:34 and held a two-score lead late into the third quarter when the hosting Lions, on their homecoming, outpaced the Rebels 20-7 in the final 15:34 of the game to win 40-33.
The McKenzie High School Rebel golf teams traveled to Dyersburg Monday, August 20, to play in the Dyersburg Invitational at The Farms golf course against several teams, many of which being larger schools than McKenzie.
Milan has 15 players returning from a team that lost to eventual Class 3A state finalist Covington in the playoffs last year. McKenzie has only seven returning starters.
The McKenzie High School golf team will begin its 2018 campaign on Monday, August 6, with a home match at Carroll Lake Golf Course against golfers from Huntingdon, Clarksburg, and Gleason.
McKenzie pitcher Chase Daffron struck out 14 Martin-Westview batters, scattered three hits and guided the visiting Rebels to a 6-0 baseball victory last Monday.
Three McKenzie Lady Rebels cranked out homers as the visiting MHS girls soared to a 15-0 victory at Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central last week.
The Huntingdon High School Fillies defeated the McKenzie Lady Rebels Friday in McKenzie 7-2 as the Fillies finished 10-0 in district play and improved to 16-10-1 for the season and will enter the district tournament that starts Friday as the number one seed in the tournament. The Lady Rebels…
The Huntingdon Mustang baseball team took a foothold on the top of District 11-A with the aid of their pitching as they grabbed back-to- back wins over the McKenzie Rebels, who entered Monday’s game at McKenzie tied with Huntingdon atop the district.
Last week started and ended well for the McKenzie Rebel baseball team. Monday, March 2, the Rebels rolled to 19-0 and 15-0 victories over Clarksburg, then slipped past Dresden 4-3 and 3-1 on Thursday.
After bowing 12-2 to Huntingdon last Tuesday, McKenzie's Lady Rebel softball team locked itself into an intense pitchers' duel with visiting West Carroll Thursday.
The McKenzie High School Rebels had to wait a day before they started their baseball season, thanks to the capriciousness of Mother Nature, but once it got started, things went very well.
After finishing last year in a three-way tie for the District 13-A title, the Huntingdon High School Fillies went unblemished in District 11-A this year with a 10-0 record after a 72-48 win over McKenzie Friday on the road.
It was do or die for eight competing teams Saturday at Bethel University during the opening elimination round of the District 11A High School Basketball Tournament.
The Mustang basketball team expanded their winning streak to three games as they won over Hollow Rock-Bruceton last week on the road 81-32 and then broke a three-way tie with McKenzie and West Carroll at the top of District 11-1A with a thrilling 43-40 win over the Rebels at home on Thursday night.
Former McKenzie Rebel Max Arnold walked on at UT under the leadership of Derek Dooley. He's still there as a defensive assistant and has just witnessed his second coach's firing.
Trailing 20-16 after surrendering yet another big play — this time to Trenton-Peabody with 3:51 to play in the fourth — it looked like McKenzie’s stellar effort might end in disappointment. But the Rebels made good use of the final minutes of the game to win the game.
It would have been very easy for McKenzie's football team to fold the tents.
The Rebels had limped to a 2-3 start, having lost two straight games by teams who used big plays to dispatch MHS.
For McKenzie coach Wade Comer, the coaching tree continues to bear fruit. In addition to Duncan, Tyler Reeder had the interim tag removed from his title at Jackson-South Side. Jay Taylor is an assistant at Trenton-Peabody. He said he was glad to see his former pupil.
McKenzie High School sophomore Joseph Miller had a breakout night, carrying 21 times for 252 yards Friday as the visiting Rebels shut down the West Carroll War Eagles 28-0.
Although the new turf at Paul Ward Stadium was christened on Thursday night by the Middle School Mustangs, the Huntingdon High School Mustangs made sure their new digs went untarnished as they defeated their cross-county rival McKenzie 34-0 to open the 2017 season on a positive note.