Today's News

  • Kingston baseball team beats Loudon in non-district action

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets hosted Loudon in a non-district game Friday night and posted a 9-4 victory; however, Monday's game with Knoxville Christian School was canceled due to the impending forecast.

    Loudon grabbed a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning on a single and a groundout, but Kingston tied the game with a solo run in the bottom of the first.

  • Sequoyah at Kingston softball game rained out

    The Sequoyah Lady Chiefs softball game vs. the Kingston Lady Jackets at Southwest Point Monday for senior night was rained out; however, senior night cereonies have been moved to Wednesday (tonight) when they host Cleveland at 5:30 p.m. The Lady Jackets closed out their District 4AA regular season Tuesday evening at CAK. Kingston will host the District 4AA Tournament beginning May 9.

  • Cherokee, Rockwood, Harriman middle schools qualify golfers to ETMSGA region

    The East Tennessee Middle School Golf Association (ETMSGA) District 2 Tournament was held at The Links at Kahite on Saturday, April 30.  Seven schools participated:  Rockwood, Harriman, Greenback, North Middle, Cherokee (Kingston), Lenoir City and Concord Christian.

    The nine hole event resulted in the following winners: Boys - Concord Christian, first place; Cherokee, second place; and North Middle School, third place; and girls, North Middle, first place; Greenback, second place; and Rockwood, third place.

  • Rockwood/Midway soccer team wins three matches in Rockwood Invitational Saturday

    The Rockwood/Midway soccer team won three games in the Rockwood Invitational over the weekend, beating Rhea County 3-2, Cumberland County 3-1 and Karns 3-0.

    Rockwood/Midway 3, Rhea County 2: William Bonancin scored two goals and had one assist in the Tigers win over the Golden Eagles. Yefre Elvir Costaneda scored once, while Jack Lowe had two assists.

    Rockwood/Midway 3, Cumberland County 1: Gilbert Verlarde, Bonancin and Costaneda each scored one goal, while Lowe had two asists and Costaneda had one assist.

  • Kingston tennis teams defeat Alcoa for first district victories

    The Kingston tennis teams swept a pair of matches from Alcoa Thursday, as the Lady Jackets won 5-4 to improve to 3-5 overall and the Yellow Jackets were victorious 7-2 to improve to 6-2 overall.

    "This was our first district win for both boys and girls. Two of our girls doubles matches went into tie break games and were both victorious," said Coach Ellen Dailey. " Our third-ranked boys doubles lost in their tie break game.

  • Lady Mavericks beat Lady Jackets 5-3 Thursday

    The Kingston Lady Jackets were defeated 5-3 by the Anderson County Lady Mavericks in a non-district game Thursday evening at Southwest Point.

    Anderson County grabbed a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning, as Courtney Lively and Kayla Baker singled to jump start the Lady Maverick offense.

  • Rockwood defeats Oliver Springs 12-0 on senior night

    The Rockwood Tiger baseball team celebrated senior night with a 12-0 victory over the Oliver Springs Bobcats at Mike "Brillo" Miller Sports Complex Thursday night.

    Before the game seniors Tarrance Ward, Austin Lloyd, Kane Penley, Brad Grubb, Will Warner, Braden Davidson and Nathan Briley were honored.

  • Seven Coalfield players get 15 hits in victory over Rockwood

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers were defeated 14-2 by Coalfield in a battle of Region 2A teams Thursday evening at Brickyard Springs in Rockwood.

    Coalfield took a 1-0 lead in the first inning on a two-run double by Anna Smith, but the Lady Tigers scored two runs in the bottom of the third inning on an RBI single by Brianna Denny and a groundout by Cassidy Tilley.

    Coalfield scored seven runs in the top of the fourth inning and six runs in the top of the fifth inning to end the game on the TSSAA run rule.

  • Harriman sweeps doubleheader with Scott

    By Jace Greene

    The Harriman baseball team hosted Scott High in a doubleheader Thursday evening , sweeping the twinbill 6-5 and 3-2 in extra innings.

    Harriman 6, Scott 5: Alex Wampler was the starting pitcher for the Blue Devils and gave up one run to the Highlanders in the top of the first inning.

  • Roane County Schools Foundation to host Three Rivers Fun Run May 14

    The Roane County Schools Education Foundation will be hosting the Three Rivers Fun Run on Saturday, May 14 at Fort Southwest Point.

    “We thought this would be a good fundraiser,” Roane County School Board member Vic King said. “This is something a lot of people in the community like to do.

    “The money we make from this goes to benefit the education foundation, which supports all the schools in Roane County.
    “One hundred percent of this goes back to the children of Roane County.”