I've been covering high school sports in Tipton County for the better part of 17 years and I'm pretty sure what happened the latter part of last week and earlier this week has never happened during that span.
Three Tipton County high school basketball teams won district tournament titles over a span of four days.
The Covington Lady Chargers got it started on Saturday in Dyersburg by beating Westview in the District 13-AA title game.
Then, on Monday, the Munford Lady Cougars pummeled Dyer County at home for the District 13-AAA title.
Finally, on Tuesday, the Munford boys beat Dyer County in overtime, meaning half of the varsity basketball teams in Tipton County are district champions this year.
Over the years, Tipton County has not really been known for it's high school basketball teams.
There have a been a few exceptions, but the 2001-02 Lady Chargers are only county basketball team to make the state tournament in the last 15 years.
That could change this year.
The Lady Chargers, ranked second in the state, have a really good chance of making it to Murfreesboro this year.
Munford's girls have a chance too. The Munford boys probably have the hardest road of the three teams, but I wouldn't rule them out. They've beaten Dyer County, which has been ranked in the state's top 10 all year, twice this season.
Tipton County has been known for its football, baseball and softball teams primarily for the last few years.
After this year, basketball should be added to that list.