Today's Sports

  • Kingston summer swim team kicks...

    The Kingston summer swim team kicks off the 2017 home campaign with a meet against Emerald Youth Thursday evening at the Kingston Community Center.

    The team will have a new coach to show the way this year in Morgan Warner. Warner is a teacher for Roane County Schools when she isn’t spending time in the water.

  • New skipper at helm of Green Wave

    A new head coach can mean a new direction for a team, but that may not be the case of the Midway High School Green Wave naming Brent Johnson as the new skipper for the baseball team.

    Johnson has been a coach for over 10 years and most recently he led the Midway Middle School team to a District Championship last season.

    “I’m already familiar with most of the players on the team because I’ve coached them,” Johnson said, “The only class I didn’t coach was the seniors but I know that they are some good players.

  • County teams prepare for hoops...

    There really isn’t a summer vacation for sports. While the high school teams are scrimmaging and practicing in preparation for the fall and winter, the middle schools are doing the same.

    This week, Midway High and Middle school has been hosting a three-day summer and team camp where a number of teams have come together for basketball and to give coaches, players, and fans an idea of how the season could possibly go.

  • “Tennessee Punch Bunch” Packs a...

    Dirt track racing is a sport growing in appeal and in popularity with more and more race fans turning to it in lieu of NASCAR. The appeal of the dirt racing has brought many reputable news outlets such as Dirt on Dirt, the Motor Racing Network, and 3 Wide Life to carrying more and more dirt track events.

  • Webb’s blast ends Kingston’s...

    By Michael Lindsay


  • District Champions

    After losing two players to injury in a 7-4 District 4A Tournament loss to Coalfield last Tuesday, many believed it was a foregone conclusion that the Lady ’Cats would finish no better than second place at Oneida’s Bear Creek Sports Complex.

  • Late rally leads Coalfield past...

    By Michael Lindsay


  • Lady Tigers bow out of 3A tourney

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers advanced to the final four in the District 3A Softball Tournament, but they would make it nor farther as Guy Thompson’s squad was eliminated following losses to Meigs County, 9-0, on Tuesday, and Tellico Plains, 8-1, on Wednesday. 

  • Lady ’Cats headed to region...

    One day after witnessing two players go down with injuries and dropping their first District 4A Tournament game to Coalfield, the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats bounced back in impressive fashion on Wednesday. 

  • Season ends for Bobcats

    A five-run offensive ambush by the Oneida Indians in the opening inning was the harbinger of things to come in the 8-1 win by the Indians over the Oliver Springs Bobcats in the District 4A Tournament.