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More than a third of students in grades 6-12 are involved in a sport. At EHS, students can participate in baseball, boys’ and girls’ basketball, cheerleading, cross country, football, boys' and girls' golf, boys’ and girls’ soccer, softball, swim team, tennis, track, volleyball, and wrestling. At T.A. Dugger, students can participate in football, baseball, softball, girls’ and boys’ soccer, cross country, wrestling, cheerleading, girls’ and boys’ basketball, girls’ and boys’ track, and volleyball.  Sports offerings vary at elementary schools but include Girls on the Run and Wildcats Running Club. Our teams are the EHS Fighting Cyclones with the mascot “Tuffy,” the TAD Junior Cyclones, the ESE Pirates, the HME Hurricanes, and the WSE Wildcats. Football is class AAA, and all other sports are class AA.

Thanks to community support in 2015-16, new and upgraded athletic facilities include the new Citizens Bank Stadium, Indoor Softball Hitting Facility, the resurfaced LaPorte Track and the renovated indoor pool. Cyclone pride is strong in Elizabethton because residents see the opportunities for our alumni through athletics, like former Cyclone tight-end Jason Witten, who is now a 13-time All-Pro NFL athlete.

Athletic Highlights

  • (2017) ShaMia Wells named Tennessee’s first-ever female freestyle national champion in wrestling
  • (2017) ShaMia Wells and Haley Brown named All-American female wrestlers
  • (2016) Heather Feuchtenberger placed 8th in AAU Jr. Olympics 800-meter
  • (2014-16) Danielle Vines named three-time Sate Tennis Champion
  • (2015, 2016) Kayla Marosites named two-time AA Miss Basketball for the State of Tennessee
  • (2014) Girls’ Basketball won AA State Championship
  • (2016) Corey Russell, Connor Johnson, Cameron Coleman named to TSWA All-State Football Team
  • (2016) Corey Russell named WCYB Player of the Year
  • (2015) Girls’ Cross Country finished in top ten in state
  • (2016) Kelli Cunningham, Lauren Brickey named to All-State Softball Team
  • (2013) Baseball won sub-state; advanced to state
  • (2016) Football advanced to Quarterfinals of State Playoffs
  • (2016) Girls’ Cross Country named Region Champion
  • (2015, 2016) Boys’ Basketball named Region Champion
  • (2016) Softball named Region Champion
    • (2015) Girls’ Basketball named Region Champion

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