Watertown Boys Varsity Basketball

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District 8AA Varsity Boys and Girls Tournament Online Ticket Sales and Live Stream

Watertown High School will be hosting the District 8AA Varsity Boys and Girls Tournament starting Monday, February 17.  The tournament will have 2 games per day until Thursday, February 20 with games at 6pm and 730 each day.  After Thursday, the remaining teams will move to Tennessee Tech University to complete the tournament.  Tickets are

Purple Tigers Roar Past Livingston

If the sectional isn’t the best night in high school basketball, the region semifinal night is – at least if your team won. On a night of upsets, Watertown’s boys followed the script by rallying from behind to oust Livingston Academy 60-50 in the Region 4-AA semifinal. Earlier, York Institute upset District 8-AA champion Upperman

Coach Leon Love Night at WHS

On February 5, 2019 the Watertown vs Smith Co game is going to be Coach Leon Love Night at Watertown High School. Watertown High School will be “Sharing the Love” by donating all gate proceeds to Coach Leon Love, to help with a recent liver transplant. We would ask for a big crowd at both

Watch Your Purple Tigers LIVE!

Watertown is going to begin live streaming extra-curricular events thru NFHS.  The attached flyer gives information on what to do and how to participate.  You get to watch LIVE from a smart phone, tablet, computer and the NEW Apple TV app.  Every time someone signs up, it benefits the Watertown High School Athletic Department.  Enjoy

Purple Tigers Cinderella Run Ends

Watertown’s Cinderella run ended Tuesday night with a 70-53 loss to Upperman in the Region 4-AA semifinals at Tennessee Tech’s Hooper Eblen Center. The Purple Tigers led 4-0 but were outscored the remainder of the first quarter 18-2. Upperman opened a 40-25 halftime lead and 56-33 through three as the Bees hit 28 of 41

Purple Tigers Receive District Honors

John Greer, Jr. recognizes the Purple Tigers who were named to the TSSAA District 8-AA All District Honorable Mention and All District Teams for the 2017-18 season.  Congratulations to Ashlea Dickens, Brenna Luttrell and Brittni Allison of the Lady Purple Tigers for making the Honorable Mention Team.  Also a big congratulations to Austin Lasater and

Purple Tigers Advance

Purple Tigers climb Monteagle, knock off Grundy County Watertown continued its dance Saturday night as the Purple Tigers continued their Cinderella run with a 65-53 win at Grundy County in the opening round of the Region 4-AA tournament. The Tigers led 18-15 following the first quarter, 35-27 at halftime and 48-40 through three periods as

Purple Tigers Finish 3rd In District Tourney

Purple Tigers go 3-1 in first 8-AA tournament, finish third COOKEVILLE — Cinderella is alive and well in purple as Watertown wrapped up a 3-1 showing in its inaugural District 8-AA tournament with a 62-47 win over Smith County on Tuesday night at Tennessee Tech’s Hooper Eblen Center. The Purple Tigers were the No. 7

Purple Tigers to Play Smith Co for 3rd Place in District Tourney

COOKEVILLE — Watertown’s Cinderella run through the District 8-AA tournament was sidetracked by Livingston Academy in a 55-40 Wildcat win Saturday afternoon in the semifinals at Tennessee Tech’s Hooper Eblen Center. But midnight hasn’t sounded on the 13-18 Purple Tigers yet, who will face 13-18 Smith County for third place at 6 p.m. Tuesday. The

Purple Tiger Athlete of the Week

The Purple Tiger Athlete of The Week is Jared Tomson. Jared plays point guard and played well in the Purple Tigers two victories last week, as he had 5 points, 6 assists and 1 rebounds vs Cannon County and 10 points, 2 assists and 3 rebounds vs Smith County, week ending February 10th, 2018. *In the attached