.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • HMS swept by Bulldogs

     

    ROBBY O’DANIEL

    Morgan County News

    The undefeated Wartburg girls middle school basketball team turned in another dominating performance Thursday, Nov. 20, defeating Harriman 40-12 on the road.

  • Midway Middle takes on Spring City

     

    The Midway Middle School Green Wave and Lady Wave traveled to Spring City last week and split a pair of games with the Bulldogs.

    The first game of the evening would see Shannon Cawood's Lady Waves roll to a 44-24 victory, but the Green Wave couldn't complete the sweep as Spring City took the final game of the evening, 32-21.

  • Rockwood falls in season opener, 53-51

     

    Sunbright's Landon Ladd was the hero Friday night as the Tiger junior hit a pair of free throws to lift Sunbright to a 53-51 victory over visiting Rockwood.

    The victory was also big for Sunbright head coach Jordan Jeffers as it was the first of his coaching career at Sunbright.

  • Mount Pisgah splits with Cedar View

     

    Mount Pisgah's Patriots and Lady Patriots made the long journey to Kingsport Friday night for the first of two meetings this season with Cedar View Christian School. The trip would have differing results as Mount Pisgah picked up a split in varsity action.

  • Harriman leaves Wartburg with sweep

     By JACE GREENE

    Roane Newspapers

    Wartburg was the setting for an early season match-up between Harriman and Wartburg Friday night in what was two high intensity games. 

  • Harriman leaves Wartburg with sweep

     By JACE GREENE

    Roane Newspapers

    Wartburg was the setting for an early season match-up between Harriman and Wartburg Friday night in what was two high intensity games. 

  • Lady Tigers hold off Sunbright, 38-35

     

    After losing eight seniors from last season, Rockwood Lady Tigers head coach Amy Breazeale felt her team might suffer some growing pains early on in the 2014-15 campaign.

  • Lady Waves down Oakdale for fourth win, 46-31

     

    The Midway Lady Green Waves ran their record to 4-0 at home Friday night with a 46-31 win over Oakdale (0-4).  

    In the second game of the evening, Oakdale used a huge third quarter to pull away from Midway for an 83-63 win. Midway dropped to 1-3 on the season with the loss while Oakdale jumped to 3-1. 

  • Jones signs with Tennessee Wesleyan

     

    With one year still to play at Oliver Springs, Courtney Jones is already regarded as one of the best players to ever play softball in Roane County.

    After this year, she will see if she can have the same success in college, as Friday afternoon the Lady Bobcat senior signed scholarship papers with Tennessee Wesleyan College in Athens.

  • Capitol Christmas tree from OS for second year in a row

    It’s a tree-peat — make that repeat — for the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.

    For the second consecutive year, a tree from the grounds of UTIA’s Forest Resources AgResearch and Education Center has been chosen to be the Christmas tree for the Tennessee State Capitol.

    The approximately 75-foot-tall Norway spruce, which was planted on the grounds of the Center’s Cumberland Forest, was felled on Nov. 20.