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Today's Sports

  • Rockwood loses two games at...

    The Rockwood basketball teams traveled to Grace Christian last Friday night for a District 3A twin-bill, but came home losing both contests. The Tigers lost 71-38 and the Lady Tigers lost 54-39.

    Grace Christian 71, Rockwood 38: Austin Cooper led Rockwood with 13 points. Case Miller added eight.
    Jacob Wilson was the leading rebounder with five, while Matthew Thompson had four steals.

  • Harriman sweeps Concord...

     

    The Harriman High School basketball teams hosted the Lions and Lady Lions in a District 3A matchup on the eve of a huge county rivalry game at Kingston.

    Neither Harriman team was looking ahead to either Jacket team as the Lady Devils picked up a 67-28 victory, while the Blue Devils won 80-45.

    Harriman 67, Concord Christian 28: The Lady Devils were down two starters on Thursday night, but that didn’t stop them from coming out of the gate and picking up a big victory over Concord.

  • OSMS Lady Bobcats win Area 4 AA...

    Trailing by 12 points midway through the third quarter of Thursday’s Area 4 AA Championship Game, it appeared the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats were dead in the water. That wasn’t the case, however, as Tonya Collins’ squad fought back and knocked off Wartburg, 46-45, when Courtney Chaston put back a missed shot with 2.6 seconds remaining.

  • HMS boys win Area 4 AA...

    After winning the Area 4 AA regular season title without a loss, Allen Hickman’s Harriman Blue Devils repeated the feat in the Area 4 AA Tournament. The Blue Devils captured the title Thursday night with a 54-32 victory at Wartburg Central Middle School.

  • Midway Green Wave finish third...

    It’s hard to beat a good team three times in one season, but the Midway Middle School Green Wave did just that Thursday evening. In the Area 4 AA consolation game, the Green Wave downed Lenoir City, 39-32.

    The victory keeps Midway’s season alive, as Justin O’Toole’s squad advanced to the TMSAA East Tennessee AA Sectional Tournament.

  • Calvary Baptist, MPCA split four...

    Mount Pisgah Christian Academy (MCPA) traveled to Calvary Baptist Tuesday night play two varsity and two junior varsity games.

    MPCA won the girls varsity 54-17 and the girls junior varsity 33-9, while Calvary Baptist won the boys varsity 53-31 and boys junior varsity 48-32.

    MPCA 54, Calvary Baptist 17: MPCA opened the varsity contest with a 20-0 run, before Calvary's Jasmine Davis converted a layup with 1:39 left in the first quarter.

  • Wilkerson leads RHS over...

    The Rockwood basketball teams split a District 3A doubleheader at Greenback Tuesday night, as the Tigers won 28-20 and the Lady Tigers lost 42-36.

    Rockwood 28, Greenback 20: The Tiger defense held Greenback to 7-of-40 from the field, as neither team had players to score in double-figures.

  • Evans’ trey gives Oliver Springs...

    Lane Evans' 3-point basket with three seconds left in overtime gave the Oliver Springs Bobcats a 67-66 victory over Sequoyah to gain a split in the doubleheader at Sequoyah Tuesday night. The Lady Bobcats were beaten 55-31 in the non-district game.

    Oliver Springs 67, Sequoyah 66: Austin Harmon scored seven first-quarter points to give the Chiefs a 12-11 lead.

    Harmon and Dylan Russell each buried 3-point baskets. Taylor Murray had four points for the Bobcats.

  • Area 4 AA Tournament: OSMS Lady...

    After receiving an opening round bye, the Oliver Springs Middle School Lady Bobcats advanced to the Area 4 AA Tournament Championship Game following a 27-21 victory over Spring City in a game played at Wartburg Central Middle School.

    The Lady ’Cats played Wartburg in the championship game.

    Wednesday’s victory also secured a berth in the TMSAA East Tennessee AA Sectional Tournament in Pigeon Forge that begins Saturday. The winner of Thursday’s championship game will receive a first round bye.

  • Area 4 AA Tournament: Harriman...

    The Harriman Middle School Blue Devils and Midway Green Wave entered play Wednesday in the Area 4 AA Tournament hoping to earn their way into Thursday’s title game at Wartburg Central Middle School.

    Harriman did just that, as they knocked off Lenoir City, 41-35.

    Midway, however, came up short, as they dropped a 38-23 decision against the host Bulldogs.