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Today's Sports

  • Kingston soccer team ends season...

    The Kingston Lady Jacket soccer team were elimination from the District 4A/AA last week.
    The Lady Jackets played Oneida in the first round of the district tournament and beat them 3-2 in overtime. MacKenzie Bunch scored two goals, and MacKenzie Haba scored the winning goal in the second 10 minute overtime.

  • Midway cross country team runs...

    The Midway cross country teams participated in the Cove Lake Invitational at Cove Lake State Park in Caryville last week.
    The Lady Waves finished sixth with 138 points behind Knoxville Ambassadors (28), while the Green Wave took ninth with 259 points behind Knoxville Ambassadors (55).

  • Tumminello leads Oliver Springs...

    Oliver Springs running back Joe Tumminello put on a show Friday night. The Bobcat senior rushed for 296 yards and 5 touchdowns in leading his team to a 42-29 Region 2-2A victory at Tellico Plains.
    “It was because of our offensive line,” Tumminello said. “Levi Lamance, Daniel Giles, Brady Webb, Lucas Daugherty, Joe Huckabey and Jordan Haney all did a great job. We kind of started slow in the first quarter, but in the second quarter and second half, our line just dominated.”

  • Lady Tigers finish second in...

    By Ed Greif
    egreif@roanecounty.com
    University of Arkansas signee Allie Dunn scored two goals and had one assist to lead the Grace Christian Academy Lady Rams to a 5-1 victory over the Rockwood Lady Tigers to claim the District 3A/AA soccer championship Thursday night at GCA.
    Other scorers for Grace Christian were Sara Houff (one goal, one assist), Lauren Lewis (one goal, one assist) and Sierra Brown (one goal).

  • Green Wave plays hard in loss to...

    The Midway Green Waves never flinched and they played hard to the final horn but they still were taken down by a pretty good football team last Friday night at home losing to Greenback 48-12.
    Despite some rough moments the Cherokees looked every bit the state runner up last season and they look to be headed deep into the playoffs again this year. Greenback more than doubled Midway in total yards, 502-243, and scored at least one touchdown in every quarter.

  • Austin-East shuts out Rockwood...

    Darius Harper completed 13-of-17 passes for 244 yards with two touchdowns to the lead the Austin-East Roadrunners to a 40-0 victory over the Rockwood Tigers in a Region 2-2A game Friday on Civitan Field at Tom Pemberton Stadium.
    Six different players caught at least one pass, including four to Kashif Warren for 102 yards and four to Shannon Cozart for 58 yards. Rico Johnson had a 64-yard touchdown strike.

  • Tornadoes blow past Yellow...

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets' quest for a second-straight appearance in the Class 3A playoffs ended Friday, as they were defeated 52-3 by the Alcoa Tornadoes to fall to 0-4 in the Region 2-3A and 3-6 overall.
    Malik Salter scored Alcoa's first TD on a 6-yard run to cap a 59-yard, 7-play drive. Ben Smith's PAT made it 7-0.
    Gabe Shillings' 51-yard field goal capped a 46-yard, 12 play drive to slice the gap to 7-3 with 1:14 left in the first quarter.

  • Slow start haunts Devils, lose...

    By Michael Lindsay
    newsroom@roanecounty.com
    Harriman’s chances at winning 2-1A took a major blow on Friday at the hands of the Oneida Indians by a score of 28-14. The Blue Devils drop to 6-2 on the season following Friday’s contest.

  • Harriman Middle School...

    The one-two punch of Tyler Davis and Chris Flowers were more than the Harriman Middle School  could handle Thursday night as Wartburg Central Middle School advanced to the TMSAA Class 2A district semifinals with a 52-16 victory over the  Blue Devils.
    Davis, a quarterback, rushed for 145 yards and 4 TDs on the ground while adding 67 yards and another score through the air in the victory. Flowers chipped in 100 yards rushing and was on the receiving end of a 49-yard touchdown pass.

  • Rockwood has Legg up on Pigeon...

    Kaley Legg scored four goals, while Addyson Goldberg, Lexie Hill and Darcy Ferrell each scored once to lead the Rockwood Lady Tiger soccer team to a 7-1 victory over the Pigeon Forge Lady Tigers in the District 3A/AA Tournament semi-finals Tuesday evening and to earn a berth in the championship game against Grace Christian.
    "We are clicking at the right time. It was a good team effort. Everyone is contributing positively," said Rockwood Lady Tiger soccer coach Don Maples, after his team defeated Pigeon Forge 7-1 in the District 3A/AA Tournament semifinals Tuesday.