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Today's Sports

  • Senior bowlers keep up high...

    Friday July 21

    1st High Game------ Wayne Croy—(Solo)------464

    2nd High Game----Elke Hansard, Dean Griffin---449

    3rd High Game ----Wayne Croy ( Solo)---562

    High Scores today—Carolyn McGill-224- game, Loretta Carrington-205 game- Dean Griffin-,232,233 games, 657 series--Rick Alderfer—232 game, David Dawson --201 game- Harold Zeilman-215 game, Wayne Croy- 232 game

    High Series today---- Elke Hansard, Dean Griffin--1297

    High Series For July------- Elke Hansard, Dean Griffin--1297

  • Jackets weather Jets’ air raid
  • Lady Jackets ousted in opener
  • Final warmup for Lady Blue Devils
  • Senior bowlers keep on rolling...

    SENIOR BOWLERS

    August 11

    1st High Game------ Faye Langley, Rick Alderfer--407

    2nd High Game----Faye Langley, Rick Alderfer--429

    3rd High Game ----Stuart Brown ( Solo)---474

    High Scores today—Carolyn McGill-201 game, David Dawson –231 game- Rick Alderfer-223,227, games, 627 Series

    High Series today---- Faye Langley, Rick Alderfer---1223

    High Series For July------- Don Eiler, Rick Alderfer--1303

    High Averages---------Loretta Carrington 160, Dean Griffin---190

  • Jamboree spirit can’t be drenched

    Despite weather forecasts and rainy weather earlier in the day, the 2017 Roane County Football Jamboree kicked off Friday evening at Rockwood’s Civitan Field.

    With the season set to kickoff next week, the Jamboree is a showcase for the Roane fans to get an idea, a taste of things to come. All of five schools and their respective programs were on display.

  • Bobcats’ goal is improvement

    Matt Headden is entering into his tenth season of coaching golf at Oliver Springs therefore he has seen his fair share of teams come through Oliver Springs.

    With most private schools entering in the own league it takes a burden off players and gives them more opportunity to succeed. “With a good portion of private schools choosing to play in D2, it has opened many opportunities for schools that have in the past felt overwhelmed by having to complete against the private schools,” stated Headden.

  • Blue Devils set to scorch the...

    With school starting that also means that fall sports are getting in the swing of things. One sport starts their matches before school even gets going and that’s boy’s and girl’s golf.

    The Harriman High School Blue Devils and Lady Devils have been working hard all summer for their matches.

    Harriman Athletic Director, Bobby Clark took over the golf team this season.

    “This is a good group to be around,” said Clark of the golf team. “ I enjoy being around all these kids because they are all really good kids.”

  • Harriman hopes hard work pays off

    By Jace Greene

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    Harriman High School Volleyball made a comeback to the school in 2014, and entering 2017 the Lady Devils and fourth year head coach Angela Monkhouse bring back a lot of experience and excitement to the program.

    “I’m excited about this season, not only because we only lost one senior, but we have gained a couple of freshman that can really help us,” said Monkhouse.

  • Jamboree signal for season start

    After what seemed like forever, it’s finally that time of year again. Football!

    With the high school football season set to start next Friday, the annual tradition of the Roane County Football Jamboree is scheduled for this evening at 7:30 p.m., hosted by Rockwood High School.

    The teams at the Jamboree will be all the Roane County squads, Harriman, Kingston, Midway, Rockwood, and Oliver Springs.

    Also on the schedule is Scott County and Oneida.