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Today's Sports

  • Are you ready for some football?

    Although the heat and humidity may trick you and have you thinking summer is here to stay, you would be wrong.

    Summer’s end is fast approaching and fall is coming.

    With fall comes football.

    For me, a transplant from the West Virginia and Kentucky border, it’s going to be exciting to experience my first Tennessee football season.

    I don’t think it will be drastically different. After all, football knocked baseball out of the coveted “America’s game” spot a long, long, time ago. So football is football.

  • Athletic training growing in...

    Athletic training conjures different images in everyones’ minds.

    Most everyone shares the idea that athletic trainers are the people that wrap ankles for sports teams and stand on the sidelines during football games with water bottles.

    Some of this is still true, but in the 21st century, there is so much more to athletic training.

    According to Chip Ladd and Jon Beach of Star Physical Therapy in Midtown, there is a lot that goes into helping athletes and it all starts with the athletic trainer.

  • Kingston softball tryouts...

    The Kingston softball team has scheduled tryouts for this year. The tryouts will be at Southwest Point August 1 at 6:30 p.m.
    In case of rain the date will be August 3 instead at 6:30 p.m.
    Interested players need to bring with them a completed physical and consent form. The paperwork can be found on both the school website and in the school’s office.
    Any questions or details can be directed to (865) 376-6534.

  • Kingston softball tryouts...

    The Kingston softball team has scheduled tryouts for this year. The tryouts will be at Southwest Point August 1 at 6:30 p.m.

    In case of rain the date will be August 3 instead at 6:30 p.m.

    Interested players need to bring with them a completed physical and consent form. The paperwork can be found on both the school website and in the school’s office.

    Any questions or details can be directed to (865) 376-6534.

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  • Back to School Bash Tournament...

    The Bria-Shannel Committee will be hosting a special Back to School Bash Golf Tournament at the Rockwood Golf Course July 29.

    The tournament will feature special guest golfer, former Tennessee Volunteer and Canadian Football League player, Coach Jermaine Copeland.

    The tournament will be in four-man best ball (Swat) Format, make sure to bring your team. The participation will be $300 per team

    Registration will be at 8 a.m.and tee time is scheduled for 9 a.m.

  • Sportsmanship always important
  • Competition something to “cheer...
  • New lease on life for O. S....

    One year ago, a promising freshman football player at Oliver Springs High School named Lane Lee was poised to make his mark on the gridiron for the Bobcats. Instead, Lee was diagnosed with AML, which stands for Acute Myeloid Leukemia, and was forced to sit out the 2016 football season fighting the battle of his life.