Today's Sports

  • Langley, Peters to continue...

    Two of Harriman High School's offensive linemen joined ofter football players across the state to continue their careers at the collegiate level on National Signing Day last Wednesday.

    Treyton Peters signed with MTSU, while John Langley signed with Bethel University in McKenze, Tennessee. Both helped the Blue Devils rush for 4,265 yards this season, and to a 9-4 overall record and a 5-1 Region 2 1A mark for Coach Travis Tapp. Harriman defeated Unaka 60-14 and Coalfield 40-20 in the first two rounds of the playoffs, before losing 56-28 at Greenback.

  • Kelly Allen to play at Tennessee...

    Kingston's Kelly Allen loves soccer and she loves Tennessee Tech University. That made for a perfect union Wednesday afternoon when the Lady Jacket senior leader signed her National Letter of Intent with the Lady Golden Eagles.

    “I'm so excited to get this opportunity to play with them,” Allen said. “I've always wanted to go there. It's close to home, I like the campus and the coach is awesome.”

  • Garrett to continue softball...

    Kingston Lady Jacket softball team will be continuing her career in 2016-'17 on the collegiate level.
    Senior Briley Garrett signed with Chattanooga State Community College, a member of the TJCCAA, on National Signing Day.

    Teammate Makenzie Spurgeon signed in January with Walters State, which is also a member of the TJCCAA.

  • Blue Devil football players...

    On Saturday, Jan. 30, the Harriman High School football team held their annual football banquet held at the Harriman High School cafeteria. The Blue Devils went 9-4 on the season losing in the quarterfinal’s of the state playoffs to eventual state runner up Greenback. The Blue Devils also were Region 2A runner up. The day consisted of watching the 2015 highlight film, along with honoring players, coaches, cheerleaders and several other people who contributed throughout the season.

  • HMS boys earn semifinal tourney...

    The Harriman Middle School Blue Devils scored the final eight points of Wednesday’s TMSAA East Tennessee AA Sectional quarterfinal contest against H.Y. Livesay, and that 8-0 run proved just enough to send Allen Hickman’s squad into Friday’s semifinals following a 44-39 victory over the Eagles.

    Wednesday’s contest was a great match-up between two teams with similar styles, as both liked to push the tempo and attack the basket off the dribble.

  • OSMS Lady Bobcats win...

    Survive and advance is a common saying in postseason basketball. That phrase rang true Wednesday evening, as Tonya

    Collins’ Oliver Springs Middle School Lady Bobcats advanced to the TMSAA East Tennessee AA Sectional semifinals with a 31-29 victory over Soldiers Memorial in a game played at Pigeon Forge Middle School.

  • Rockwood loses twice at Wartburg...

    The Wartburg basketball teams took a pair of Region 2A games from Rockwood Tuesday night in the Bulldog gym, as the Lady Bulldogs won 43-26 and the Bulldogs edged the Tigers 54-51.

    Wartburg 43, Rockwood 26: Olivia Hamby buried two 3-point baskets to stake Wartburg to an 11-3 first-quarter lead, as they were 4-of-5 from the field.

    Lexi Hill had the only field goal for Rockwood, which was 1-of-9 from the floor and 1-of-3 from the charity stripe.

  • Grace Christian batters Harriman

    The Harriman Lady Devils and Blue Devil basketball teams hosted the Grace Christian Lady Rams and Rams Tuesday night, a week after facing them on the road in Knox Karns; however, Harriman came up short in both contests.

    The Lady Devils dropped their game 49-40, with the Devils dropping a heartbreaker 64-63.

    Grace Christian 49, Harriman 40: The Lady Devils had Grace where they wanted them at times, but it didn't take long for the Lady Rams to have a second half surge for the victory.

  • MMS loses to Chuckey-Doak 54-39...

    Midway Middle School’s hopes of a TMSAA East Tennessee AA Sectional championship ended Saturday afternoon following a 54-39 loss to Chuckey-Doak.

    Saturday’s contest was decided early as the Black Knights came out on fire. Chuckey-Doak’s Cayden Phillips hit three 3-pointers in the opening frame to lead the Black Knights to a 16-2 lead after six minutes of play.

    Phillips stayed hot in the second period. He buried two more triples and scored eight total points in leading Chuckey-Doak to a 32-10 lead at halftime.

  • Kingston, Oliver Springs lose...

    Both the Kingston and Oliver Springs basketball teams dropped district double-headers Tuesday night.

    The Kingston Lady Jackets were beaten 48-44 at Alcoa to fall to second place in District 4AA at 5-2, while the Yellow Jackets were defeated 61-45 by the Tornadoes to fall to 0-7. Kingston travels to Scott County Friday to close out their regular season league schedule.

    The Lady Bobcats lost 46-39 at Oakdale, while the Bobcats were beaten 77-50 by the Eagles.