Ex-Cougar JeQuan Lewis tallies 15 to help VCU survive Massachusetts, stay tied for first in A10

Dickson County High School graduate JeQuan Lewis recorded his ninth double-digit game of the season with 15 points in Virginia Commonwealth University’s 78-72 win over Massachusetts Saturday. The sophomore’s 15 points marked his third-highest output of the season, behind his career-high 26 points in a loss to LaSalle 10 days earlier and 16 points in […]

Megan Billingsby scores 10 as Bryan College beats Truett-McConnell to wrap regular season

Dickson County graduate Megan Billingsby had 10 points as Bryan College wrapped up its regular season with a 58-48 win over Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, Georgia, Sunday. With the win, the Lady Lions finish in a three-way tie with Union College of Kentucky and Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia, for second place in the Appalachian […]

Judge grants motion to end state custody of Sonya McCaul, former foster parents pledge to appeal

As over as anything can be in the judicial system, the ongoing custody dispute over 10-year-old Sonya McCaul ended Thursday when a special judge granted a petition to end the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services’ custody of the girl. Sitting as a special judge, Humphreys County Juvenile Court Judge Tony Sanders granted a DCS motion […]