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Today's Sports

  • Midway Middle downs Dayton City...

    After a season opening loss to Harriman, the Midway Middle School Green Wave have reeled off three straight wins. Victory number three came at home Thursday when they blasted Dayton City Middle, 38-18.

    Midway wasted little time in building a big lead, and then coasting through the second half.

    The Green Wave received the opening kick off and scored in two plays.

  • Harriman Community Center...

    Harriman Community Center has had a change of hours.

    The hours will be 1-9 p.m. Monday-Friday and noon until 8 p.m. on Saturdays.

    The center is closed on Wednesdays and Sundays.

  • Harriman Community Center...

    Harriman Community Center has had a change of hours.

    The hours will be 1-9 p.m. Monday-Friday and noon until 8 p.m. on Saturdays.

    The center is closed on Wednesdays and Sundays.

  • Cherokee holds off Harriman, 20-...

    In a classic match-up of size versus speed, it was the size of the Cherokee Yellow Jackets that won out in a 20-16 victory over Harriman at Wallace-Black Field on Thursday.

    “We’re not the fastest team so we kind of have to line up and be physical,” Cherokee head coach Wiley Brackett said. “It was sloppy offensively in the first half, and they took it to us, but I thought we did a better job in the second half.”

  • Complete effort leads Jackets,...

    Brian Pankey’s Kingston Yellow Jackets put together an all-around solid performance Friday night in picking up a 27-6 victory at Cumberland County High School in Crossville.

    The Jackets scored on offense, defense and special teams in picking up the win to improve to 2-0 on the season.

  • Tigers run wild, blast...

    The Rockwood Tigers rushed for more than 300 yards in the first half Friday night at Sweetwater, and the result was an easy 41-0 victory over the Wildcats at King Berrong Stadium.

    The big first half on the ground led to a 41-0 lead at intermission for the Tigers. Things could have been worse, but Rockwood Head Coach Webb elected to rest his starters in the second half.

    Rockwood took the lead quickly, and never looked back. The Tigers blocked a punt to open the game, and scored two plays later on a 3-yard run from Isiah Jones.

  • Green notches first win at...

    It wasn't pretty, but Oliver Springs Head Coach Larry Green recorded his first career win Friday night with a 28-12 victory over Tennessee Christian Prep School (TCPS) based in Cleveland.

    The home win would also even up the Bobcats’ record at 1-1, with the first Region 2-AA game coming up Friday night at Grace Christian Academy.

    Despite an early 7-0 lead, the first half became a nightmare for the Bobcats.

  • Blue Devils wipe out Wartburg,...

    By TYLER MANNING

    Roane Newspapers

    In just a week after the Blue Devils from Harriman came off one of the more disappointing losses to Kingston in recent memory, the Big Blue didn’t disappoint Friday night at Wartburg. Harriman cruised out to an early 41-0 lead, and then with young guys finishing out the game, the Devils notched a 48-32 win for their first win on the season.

    Harriman started out of the gate correcting a big mistake from last week, finishing drives.

  • Harriman Middle takes down...

    Michael Green had a night to remember Thursday, as the Harriman Middle School running back rushed for 220 yards and scored four touchdowns in leading the Blue Devils to a 28-16 victory over Rockwood at Wallace Black Field.

    “This was just a typical Rockwood-Harriman football game,” Harriman Head Coach Baron Tapp said after the game. “Rockwood came out and played hard, and our kids played hard too. We’ve only got three starters back from last year. We’ve had some kids step up this year.”

  • Bobcats hold off Jackets, 12-8

    Oliver Springs Middle School had been working a lot on its pass offense heading into Thursday’s game against Cherokee. The practice paid off in the third quarter.

    Quarterback Blake Crass connected with Trey Boswell for a 13-yard touchdown pass on fourth down. The touchdown was the difference in the Bobcats’ 12-8 victory over Cherokee at Dr. Nat Sugarman Memorial Field.

    “That was the fruits of our labor right there,” Bobcats head coach Buster Brown said.