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Today's Sports

  • Hill breaks Lady Tiger scoring...

    After a week off, the Lady Tigers took to the field against Monroe County and distriact foe Tellico Plains to conclude their five-game homestead Monday night at Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex
    The match held significant meaning as Lexie Hill broke the Rockwood girls soccer all-time scoring record once held by Katy Cisson. Lexie HIll has three more games to take over the record for number of goals scored in a season by a Lady Tiger, which is currently held by Cisson also.

  • Guinn, Bell honored at Rockwood-...
  • Harriman Middle School softball...

    By JACE GREENE
    newsroom@roanecounty.com
    Defending Clinch Valley conference champion Harriman Middle School Lady Devils softball team added the district softball tournament championship to the resume’ of co-head coaches Nate and Chastity Lowery.
    Harriman hosted the tournament over the weekend and went undefeated, but it wasn't easy, using their stay together style to make it all come together.

  • SNAPPED: Devils’ dry spell...

    One winning streak continued and another ended Friday night, as the unbeaten Harriman Blue Devils defeated the Rockwood Tigers 31-0, ending Rockwood’s seven-game winning steak over Harriman.

    The Blue Devils hadn’t beaten the Tigers since 2008.

    “I’m really proud of our coaches for preparing the team. Our varsity has been solid, only allowing 6 points in the first five games,” said Harriman Coach Travis Tapp.

  • Woody’s big night puts ’Cats on...

    It was another tough night for Larry Green’s Oliver Springs team because across the field Midway quarterback Jake Woody was having a career night leading the Waves to a 41 to 22 victory over the Bobcats.

    Woody ran for five touchdowns and 344 yards on 22 carries plus added a couple of interceptions on the defensive side of the ball. He also added a 14 yard touchdown pass to Jason Taylor. Woody also booted out three punts for a 36.3 yard average . Woody also got Midway out of trouble on a couple of possessions.

  • Kingston suffers another setback

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets posted their third loss in a row, suffering a 41-0 setback at Greenback Friday night.

    Greenback took a 20-0 lead in the first quarter, as Hunter Willis passed 32-yards to Breeden Gilbert for the first score of the game, but the PAT was no good to cap a 73-yard, 4-play drive.Greenback extended the lead to 13-0, as Willis passed 71 yards to Kane Roberts to cap a 3-play, 62-yard drive. Creed Ramsey booted the PAT.

    Roberts raced 80 yards for a 19-0 lead. Ramsey’s PAT made it 20-0.

  • RMS claims second place in...

    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...

    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...
  • State’s oldest rivalry tops week...

    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.