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Today's News

  • RMS claims second place in district

    The Rockwood Middle School Tigers secured second place in the district with a 26-20 victory over the Harriman Middle School Blue Devils Thursday night on Civitan Field at Tom Pemberton Stadium.
    "I think we got our heads together at halftime," said RMS Coach Scott Harvey, whose team will host a playoff game, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 13. The opponent will be announced later.

  • Yellow Jackets sting Eagleton Royals for district championship

    The Cherokee Yellow Jackets ran their season record to 6-0 Thursday night with a 30-0 victory over Eagleton at Dr. Nat Sugarman Memorial Field in Kingston.
    “It's really a great feeling knowing how much hard work our kids have put in,” Cherokee head coach Brent Kelley said. “This is a great group of kids. They have great chemistry. They care for each other and they hold each other accountable. They're one of the best groups I've coached.

  • Spring City MS Bulldogs defeats OSMS Bobcats 16-14
  • State’s oldest rivalry tops week 6

    Week six is coming up for Roane County football teams, with all five in action tonight, including two intercounty matches — Harriman at Rockwood and Oliver Springs at Midway, while Kingston travels to Greenback.
    Travis Tapp's Harriman Blue Devils come into the contest at 4-0 is 1-0 in Region 2-1A third behind Coalfield (2-0, 5-0) and Greenback (2-0, 5-0), who have a monster game on Oct. 6 at Greenback, one week after Coalfield comes to Harriman.

  • Harriman at Rockwood is marquee matchup

    The high school football season hits the midway point Friday night, and Roane County football fans are blessed with a great schedule this week as county rivalry games take center stage.
    The marquee game this week is the state's longest running consecutive running rivalry resumes when Harriman visits Rockwood for the 97th meeting between the two teams.
    The series started in 1921, and the Blue Devils have played every year consecutively since 1924 Rockwood currently holds a 55-35-6 advantage in the series.

  • Wartburg Middle defeats MMS

    A young,  injury riddled Midway Middle football team is now hoping to finish out the season in good shape, after a 36-6 loss to Wartburg Middle Tuesday night at Midway.
    Midway dropped to 2-4 with the loss and 0-4 in the district. They will get an extra day or two off before hosting Oliver Springs next Thursday and Cherokee the following Thursday to end the regular season.

  • Lexie Hill leads Lady Tigers to 11th win

    Lexie Hill scored three goals to lead, as the Rockwood Lady Tigers soccer team went on the prowl for their 11th win this,  defeating Greenback 6-1 at Mike "Brillo" Miller Sports Complex in the fourth game of their five-game homestand.
    Darcy Ferrell started the scoring, as she connected on a corner kick for a 1-0 Lady Tiger advantage.
    Shortly after, Lexie Hill beat the Greenback defender on the right siege for her first goal of the game for a 2-0 lead.

  • State’s oldest rivalry tops week 6

    Week six is coming up for Roane County football teams, with all five in action tonight, including two intercounty matches — Harriman at Rockwood and Oliver Springs at Midway, while Kingston travels to Greenback.
    Travis Tapp's Harriman Blue Devils come into the contest at 4-0 is 1-0 in Region 2-1A third behind Coalfield (2-0, 5-0) and Greenback (2-0, 5-0), who have a monster game on Oct. 6 at Greenback, one week after Coalfield comes to Harriman.

  • Harriman at Rockwood is marquee matchup

    The high school football season hits the midway point Friday night, and Roane County football fans are blessed with a great schedule this week as county rivalry games take center stage.
    The marquee game this week is the state's longest running consecutive running rivalry resumes when Harriman visits Rockwood for the 97th meeting between the two teams.
    The series started in 1921, and the Blue Devils have played every year consecutively since 1924 Rockwood currently holds a 55-35-6 advantage in the series.

  • Lexie Hill leads Lady Tigers to 11th win

    Lexie Hill scored three goals to lead, as the Rockwood Lady Tigers soccer team went on the prowl for their 11th win this,  defeating Greenback 6-1 at Mike "Brillo" Miller Sports Complex in the fourth game of their five-game homestand.
    Darcy Ferrell started the scoring, as she connected on a corner kick for a 1-0 Lady Tiger advantage.
    Shortly after, Lexie Hill beat the Greenback defender on the right siege for her first goal of the game for a 2-0 lead.