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Today's News

  • Lady Jackets lose to Ooltewah, Sequatchie County

    The Kingston Lady Jackets posted a 0-2 record in the last weekend's Meigs County Classic, losing to Ooltewah 4-3 and Sequatchie County 3-2.
    Ooltewah 4, Kingston 3: Casey Gaines' triple helped the Lady Jackets take a 3-0 lead, but the Lady Owls scored one run in the bottom of the second and three in the bottom of the third for a 4-3 advantage.
    Morgan Baalaer (double), Shannon Gaines (double), Trinity Clements, Casey Gaines (triple), Autumn Davis double), Shannon Gaines and Emily Thompson each one hit for Kingston.

  • Green Waves swamp Wartburg Bulldogs in region baseball action

    The Midway Green Waves were in fine form on the baseball diamond on an overcast Friday afternoon “South of the River” when they scored early and often against the Wartburg Central Bulldogs, winning by an 11-1 margin.
    Wartburg left one man on base in the top of the first, only for Midway to capitalize in the bottom of the inning with an RBI single from Hayden Hester to take an early 1-0 lead.

  • Tigers, Bears split district doubleheader

    The Rockwood Tiger baseball returned to District 3A play Monday as they split a doubleheader with Tellico Plains, taking the first game on Lucas McDermott's walkoff homer in the bottom of the fifth inning and losing the nightcap 1-0.
    Rockwood 4, Tellico Plains 3: Trailing 1-0, the Tigers scored three runs in the bottom of the third on a double by Trey Treadway, a single by McDermott and a triple by Kolby Robbins.
    The Bears tied the game at 3-3 in the top of the fifth inning, but McDermott led off with a shot off the foul pole for the walkoff win.

  • Lady Tigers swept by Lady Bears 6-0, 4-3

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers softball team opened a busy week Monday by dropping a pair of District 3A games to Tellico Plains at Brickyard Springs.
    The Lady Bears shutout the Lady Tigers 6-0 in game one and lost 4-3 in the second game.
    Tellico Plains 6, Rockwood 0: The Lady Bears scored three runs each in the third and fifth innings to post the victory.
    Courtney Denny was the losing pitcher, allowing six runs on nine hits with four strikeouts and one walk. Rockwood had only one baserunner, as Kara Griffin walked.

  • Harriman earns berth in Class A state title game

    The Harriman Blue Devils used a fourth-quarter rally to defeat the Columbia Academy Bulldogs, 72-68, to earn a berth in the TSSAA Class A championship game against Clay County, winners of Grace Christian in the other semifinal, at 6 p.m. CDT Saturday.

    Trailing 61-54 with five minutes remaining, the Blue Devils turned up the intensity on defense and responded with a 10-0 run that featured 10 combined points from seniors Joe Pace and John Johnson.

  • County softball teams to open season

    Roane County softball teams will be opening the season over the next couple of weeks, highlighted by coaching changes at Harriman and Midway.
    • The Harriman Lady Devil softball team opens the 2017 on March 23 against District 4A and Region 2A foe Oakdale at Flour Mill Flats under new coaches Chastity and Nathaniel Lowery.
    The Lowerys coach the Harriman Middle School Lady Devils. The duo are in their first season as the high school coaches, replacing Jessica Jones who stepped down after the 2016 season.
    There are 13 players on the team.

  • COMING HOME

    When the University of South Carolina baseball team takes to the diamond at Lindsey Nelson Stadium Saturday to take on the Tennessee Volunteers, a lot of fans wearing orange and white in attendance might be cheering for the enemy as Gamecock pitcher Wil Crowe will be making a homecoming of sorts.
    Crowe grew up in Kingston, playing middle school baseball at Cherokee. He moved to Pigeon Forge as an eighth-grader and played for the Tigers in high school before choosing to play collegiately for one of the nation’s best programs in Columbia.

  • Harriman stuns three-time champs

    The Harriman Blue Devils are two wins away from their first state championship since 1995, as they defeated 3-time Class A champion Mitchell 59-54 in the last quarterfinal game of the state tournament Thursday night at Murphy Center on the MTSU campus.

  • Vandalism ‘rampage’ reported in Rockwood

    Four juveniles have been identified after “going on a rampage” in Rockwood Saturday night.

    Rockwood police said the vandals used spray paint to cause more than $3,000 worth of damage to city-owned and private property.

    Two of the juveniles are from Rockwood, and two live in Knoxville, said Rockwood Police Chief Bill Stinnett on Wednesday.

    One of the Knoxville juveniles previously lived in Rockwood, too, he added.

  • TRUMP IN TENNESSEE