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Baseball and Softball Get Facility Improvements

Portland High School’s baseball and softball team have just completed facility upgrades over $20,000 dollars. The teams have new windscreens, painting, and netting.        

Devyn Fuqua Named Scholar-Athlete

Curtis Marlin 3/1/2021 Devyn accepted the Scholar-Athlete Award from the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame organization. This group recognizes high school football seniors from all the Mid-State high schools and Devyn was Portland’s representative.

Maddie Taylor Named All-Midstate Bowling

Tennessean Feb. 28th, 2021 Maddie Taylor Portland, junior Taylor finished eighth in the Division I girls individual championships. She averaged 184.22 during the season. Read complete article at https://www.tennessean.com/story/sports/high-school/sports-awards/2021/02/25/tennessean-2021-all-midstate-high-school-boys-girls-bowling-teams/4540820001/?fbclid=IwAR2J2WrR74-z2EbWF2Fdl8I2nlSNRznLp-kWvOo-XbZErchyQ8-OEhH6jw0

SEASON PREVIEW: Lady Panthers softball

ZACH WOMBLE zwomble@mainstreetmediatn.com Feb 28, 2021 The 2021 softball season is officially underway in Portland as first year head coach Scott Steinbrecher transitions from the hardwood to the diamond. After playing only 12 games last season, Portland, like every other spring sport, is eagerly awaiting for the start of the season in just a few

HOOPS: Lady Panthers bow out of 2020-21 season

ZACH WOMBLE zwomble@mainstreetmediatn.com Feb 27, 2021 Updated Mar 1, 2021 The 2020-21 Portland Lady Panthers recently wrapped their most successful season since 2015-16, falling to Gallatin 56-36 in the opening round of the District 9-AAA Tournament. The Lady Panthers never made it out of the first round of the District 9-AAA Tournament since joining the league in

Commandos survive and advance

STAFF REPORTS Feb 22, 2021 Updated Feb 23, 2021 Commandos best Portland, face Beech in district quarterfinals HENDERSONVILLE – Survive and advance. That is exactly what the Hendersonville Commandos did Sunday afternoon in the District 9-AAA boys play-in game as they escaped a fiesty Portland Panthers team, 45-37. TJ Kolbe sparked the Commandos off the bench, scoring