Today's Sports

  • Lady Tigers beat Lady Jackets 5-...

    Lexie Hill scored four goals and Camryn Evans scored once to lead the Rockwood Lady Tiger soccer team to a 5-1 victory over the Kingston Lady Jackets on senior night.
    The four goals gave Lexie Hill 47 for the season. She scored two of the four goals in the first half to help Rockwood build a 3-1 advantage. Evans had the other goal.
    Makenzie Bunch scored Kingston's goal.
    Lexie Hill had two more goals in the second half to secure the 5-1 victory.

  • Lady Devils takes third place in...

    The Harriman High School Lady Blue Devils hosted the District 3A volleyball tournament Tuesday night as they lost 3-0 to the Lady Rams from Grace Christian.
    Harriman received the third seed from regular season play and drew second-seed Grace Christian.
    Some nights a team plays well, but they end up on the losing end of things, which was the case for the Lady Devils Tuesday, as they lost  26-24, 25-19 and 25-22.

  • Lady Jackets finishe third in...

    The Kingston Lady Jacket volleyball team finished third in the District 4AA Tournament Tuesday evening at Knox Catholic.
    Third seed Kingston lost 3-0 to second seed CAK, while top seed Catholic defeated fourth seed Alcoa 3-0 in the semi-finals, with Catholic beating CAK 3-0 for the championship.
    Maddy Chance and Genna Brizendine were named All-District, while Genna Brizendine was named All-Tournament.

  • Kingston blanks Harriman;...

    By Ed Greif
    The Kingston Lady Jackets (6-7, 4-2) shut out Harriman 14-0 last Thursday and closed out the regular season Tuesday evening against Rockwood at Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex.
    “I am incredibly proud of the girls. Each of the seniors scored at least one goal, which was really well-deserved and emotional for the whole team as they look to the end of their regular season play,” said Kingston Coach Ellen Dailey, after her team defeated Harriman.

  • Crass, Marler record hat tricks...

    By Jace Greene
    The Oliver Springs Bobcats had their senior night on Monday as they hosted the Lady Blue Devils of Harriman in a county soccer match.
    The Bobcats picked up some quick first half goals and cruised to a 8-1 victory.
    "Senior night is special and the seniors wanted to go out and make their last home game memorable and the underclassmen wanted to go out and do the same for them," said head coach Josh Pryor of Oliver Springs.

  • HMS volleyball team takes third...

    By Jace Greene
    The Harriman Middle School Lady Devil Volleyball team completed their season recently as they placed third at their end of season tournament at Elk Valley.
    The Lady Devils, who are coached by Ashley Kemp, have just completed their second season of volleyball for Harriman Middle under Kemp.
    "This is only the second season for the HMS volley ball team, I think third place is pretty great," said a proud Kemp.

  • Green Wave roll over Jellico 49-...

    By Robbie O’Daniel
    It was a game that was 20-12 Midway late in the first half, but the Green Wave would go on to score 29 unanswered points to win 49-12 at Jellico High School on Friday night.
    “Obviously not the result that we want, we have a long ways to go as a football program, but I’m proud of the way our kids are growing, the way they’re starting to compete,” Jellico head coach Dustin Buckner said.

  • Coalfield wins battle of region...

    By Zach Selby
    morgan county news
    The Harriman Blue Devils and the Coalfield Yellow Jackets featured two of the top offenses in Class 1A, but rather than offensive plays, it was defensive stands that put the cap on the game.
    The Blue Devils and Yellow Jackets’ offenses were rolling, scoring a combined 65 points. But the Yellow Jackets forced four defensive stops, including two interceptions for touchdowns by Austin Lowe, and cruised to 7-0 after a 44-35 victory.

  • Highlanders end Kingston’s...

    By Ed Greif
    "Not all is lost. We still have three games left...York, Alcoa and Loudon. We still have a lot to play for," Kingston Yellow Jacket Coach Brian Pankey told his players after their 48-24 loss at Scott County, which ended his team's shot at a second straight playoff appearance. "All it was mental breakdowns. You have a lot of potential. The offense was good tonight. They have a good football team."
    There was a lot of offense from both teams.

  • Oliver Springs defeated 49-0 by...

    By Goose Lindsay
    Darius Harper and his Austin-East teammates were more than the Oliver Springs Bobcats could handle Friday night, as the No. 8 ranked Roadrunners rolled to a 49-0 victory at Sam Anderson Stadium in Knoxville.
    Harper, a Coastal Carolina commit, threw for 217 yards and three TDs on the night, as Austin-East improved to 5-1 on the season and 3-0 in Region 2-2A.