The Collierville High School boys' basketball team got back to winning ways, Friday night, with a 53-34 victory at Houston High School. It was the Dragons second victory over the Mustangs in February. Collierville finishes regular season play at 12-11 and 5-5 in District 15-AAA action.
Congratulations to the Collierville High School Pom squad on their 2nd place finish in both Pom and Hip Hop at Nationals. The Dragons competed in the UDA Nationals held in Orlando, Florida. Collierville Pom is coached by Carol Lloyd and assisted by faculty sponsors Terrance Moore and Ashley McCullar. Collierville is proud of you!
Collierville Athletics has released the 2018 summer camp dates. The Dragons coaching staff will lead the following camps this summer: Baseball, Volleyball, Softball, Wrestling, Football, Soccer, Basketball, Lacrosse and Cheerleading. The camp dates, along with the registration and liability forms, can be found at colliervillecamps.com
The Collierville High School boys' basketball took control early against and defeated the Mustangs 47-41. It was the second win of the week for the Dragons. They defeated Germantown High on Tuesday. Collierville improves to 11-9 overall and will travel to Southwind next Tuesday.
The Collierville High School Lady Dragons basketball team extended their winning streak to 6 games after a 59-54 victory at Ridgeway. It is the second defeat against the RoadRunners, and McDonald's All American Elizabeth Dixon, in January for the Lady Dragons. The team improves to 13-5 overall and 4-0 in District 15-AAA. They'll look to add to their winning ways, Tuesday, at Germantown.
The Collierville High School Lady Dragons basketball team continued their winning ways Friday after defeating the Southwind Jaguars 62-40 at home. It is the fourth consecutive victory for Collierville. The team improves to 11-5 overall and 3-0 in district play. They will next travel to Kirby on Tuesday January 23rd to take on the Cougars. Tip-off is 6pm.
Seeking to enhance their NFL prospects, Mississippi State seniors Hunter Bradley (Collierville Grad) and Jordan Thomas will play in the 93rd East-West Shrine Game at 2 p.m. CT Saturday live on NFL Network.
Bradley, considered one of the top long snappers in the country, will represent the East roster. Thomas, a 6-foot-5 wideout/tight end, will suit up for the West roster. The two will be the 27th and 28th Bulldogs to play in the game all-time. Former linebacker Richie Brown, now with the Carolina Panthers, was invited last year.
Bradley and Thomas will play on a familiar surface. The two helped State claim a St. Petersburg Bowl victory last year at Tropicana Field.