Today's Sports

  • Tigers outplay Bobcats for win

    The Rockwood Tigers opened the season and district play Friday with a 61-36 win against Oliver Springs at Oliver Springs.

    Although the Rockwood season start was stunted due to the extension of the football season, it was the Bobcats who looked like they were just starting.

    “It’s a big win,” Tiger Coach Paul Kamikawa said.

    “It’s a district win and we only had four days of practice.

    “We have a good group of seniors, so it wasn’t that bad. They at least have an idea of what was going on.”

  • Third quarter seals O.S. win

    By Jason Perry


    The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats returned to their winning ways Friday night with a 43-28 district opening win against Rockwood at Oliver Springs High School.

    “District wins are nice, especially in our district,” Oliver Springs Coach Michelle Christopher said.

    The Lady Bobcats didn’t have any issues with putting points on the board during the first half, but the Lady Tigers just wouldn’t go away.

  • Bobcats having fun and showing...

    Oliver Spring Bobcat high school varsity teammates Mason Hill (14) and Blake Nation showcase some of their skills Wednesday afternoon at their team’s picture day.

  • Golf returns to Roane State

    A Roane State alumnus with fond memories of his days on the college’s golf team wants to make those experiences available to current students as well as those who enroll at Roane State in the future.

    Chris Griffin of Oak Ridge has volunteered to be the coach of a revived men’s golf squad and to also launch the college’s first-ever team of women golfers.

  • Catcher “catching” chance

    By Melissa Coley


    Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina has signed Oliver Spring’s four year starting catcher Kylie Richardson to play softball.

  • Lady Bobcats shutdown Tigers

    Slow and steady wins the race, or in this case the basketball game.

    After a slow start to the game, the Oliver Springs Middle Lady Bobcats beat Rockwood, 34-8, Thursday evening at the Rockwood Middle School Gym.

    In the first three minutes of the game, the iron was most unkind to Oliver Springs and the Lady Tigers. Shots just wouldn’t fall.

    Savannah Ray finally broke the stalemate with a hard-fought two points over the Rockwood defense.

  • ‘Cats and Tigers go to the wire

    The Rockwood Middle School boys edged Oliver Springs Thursday night, 51-49, thanks to a last second acrobatic shot Thursday evening at Rockwood Middle Gym.

    “We can’t put ourselves in that kind of situation,” Bobcat Coach Lance Jones said.

    “We’re not a very experienced team and we didn’t handle the press very well. We let them hang around when they shouldn’t have.

    “We’ll get back in the gym tomorrow and we’ll fix it.”

  • Senior bowlers keep on rolling...


    November 24

    1st High Game------Connie Millhollon, Harold Zeilman----446

    2nd High Game----Connie Millhollon, Harols Zeilman---429

    3rd High Game ----Beverly Zeilman, Rick Matthews---433

    High Scores today ------Rick Alderfer—204, game Rick Matthews—211,220, games, 612 Series

    High Series today---- Connie Millhollon, Harold Zeilman---1293

    High Series For November------- Connie Millhollon, Harold Zeilman--1293

  • Community Calendar

    The Rockwood Rotary Club will host its annual RHS football awards night. It is scheduled for Thursday night, january 11, 2018 in the First Baptist Church Famil Life Center located on Chamberlain Avenue in Rockwood. Cost of tickets will be $8 each or two for $15. Order early because tickets at the door will be $10. It is expected that there will be limited seating this year due to the RHS Tigers’ successful season. B.J. Coleman, former quarterback for the UTC Moccasins, will be the guest speaker. The event is scheduled for 6:30pm start.

  • Fort Loudoun disabled vet hunt a...

    The first Fort Loudoun State Park, Disabled Veterans Hunt took place Monday, November 20. Six veterans from the Disabled American Veterans, a nonprofit charity that provides support for veterans and their families, joined staff and volunteers before sunrise for breakfast and a quick briefing before heading to their hunting blinds.