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Today's Sports

  • Roane County fishing team wins...

    Roane County's Fishing Team finished up the year with a strong showing at the Next Generation Tournament on Watts Bar Lake.
    There were 57 boats from 14 High Schools around the East Tennessee area fighting for the top 25 slots in the championship which will be held on Cherokee Lake May 6-7 where only five teams will advance to the B.A.S.S. High School National Championship.

  • Kingston takes second Rockwood...

    The Kingston Lady Jackets finished second in the Rockwood Invitational Tournament played over the weekend at the Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex and losing to Union County 2-0 in the championship game.
    “We played as hard as we could,” said Kingston Coach Ruth Thompson. “We played great all weekend and hit the ball really really well.  They never quit and played hard every single inning.”

  • Kingston drops two games in Oak...

    The Kingston Yellow Jacket baseball team dropped a pair of games in Oak Ridge Friday, losing 7-5 to Daniel Boone and 7-6 to William Blount.
    Daniel Boone 7, Kingston 5: The Yellow Jackets scored once in the top of the second, but Daniel Boone scored five for the 5-1 lead; however, Kingston retaliated with a four-run third inning to tie the game at 5-5. Daniel Boone scored solo runs in both the fourth and fifth innings to seal the victory.

  • Rockwood finishes second place...

    The Rockwood Tigers finished second in the Yellow Jacket Classic over the weekend at Lookout Valley.
    The Tigers lost 6-4 to Silverdale Academy in the championship Saturday evening, after beating both Cascade 6-5 and Lookout Valley 13-2 on Friday.
    Silverdale 6, Rockwood 4: Silverdale scored two runs each in the first and fourth innings for a 4-0 lead, but the Tigers tied the game at 4-4 with two-spots in both the sixth and seventh innings. Silverdale scored two in the top of the eighth for the victory.

  • County softball teams playing in...

    Roane County's five softball teams - Harriman, Kingston, Midway, Oliver Springs and Rockwood - continue play in the Rockwood High School Invitational Saturday morning at Mike "Brillo" Miller Complex.

    Therer will be two games of pool play on Fields 2 and 3 at 10 a.m. and 11.20 a.m. On Field 2, it will be Rockwood vs. Oliver Springs, followed by Union County vs. Kingston.

    On Field 3, it will be Harriman vs. Clinton, followed by Midway vs. Upperman.

  • Bobcat soccer team loses to...
  • Harriman defeated Tellico Plains...

    The Harriman Blue Devils hosted to the Tellico Plains Bears  Monday evening in game one of their of their Distict 3A home and home series.
    Harriman 3, Tellico Plains 2: Senior Hunter Atwell hurled a complete-game to pick up the 3-2 victory over the Bears.
    The Blue Devils gave up a leadoff single, but Harriman took care of business as Brandon Turpin caught an attempted bunt and threw back to first base to get the runner. Atwell recorded the last out on a groundout.

  • Blue Devil soccer team at Pigeon...

    The Harriman High School Blue Devil soccer team took a Monday drive to Pigeon Forge to take on the Tigers in a district contest.
    With the weather feeling more and more like soccer season, the weather was ideal for a good match.
    Despite an early first half push, the Devils found themselves on the losing ends of things in their district match by a score of 8-1.
    Despite the losing effort, Carlos Acosta played a great game for the Blue Devils.

  • Kingston falls at CAK

    The Christian Academy of Knoxville Lady Warriors came out to play on Tuesday afternoon, drubbing the Kingston Lady Jackets by a 13-3 tally.

  • Lady Tigers lose 11-1 to GCA

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers saw their record fall to 7-9 after dropping an 11-1 decision at Grace Christian Academy Wednesday in a make-up game, after taking a pair of 10-0 games at Greenback Tuesday.
    Grace Christian 11, Rockwood 1: The Lady Rams scored in four of the five innings to secure the victory.
    They tallied one run each in the first and third innings, two in the fourth and seven in the fifth to end the game on the 10-run rule.
    Courtney Denny was the losing pitcher, allowing 11 runs on 12 hits with four strikeouts and one walk.