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Today's Sports

  • Mitchell caps hot week with no-...

     

    Twenty-four hours after swatting a pair of home runs in a 10-4 victory over Fulton, Kingston’s Cody Mitchell pitched a no-hitter with 10 strikeouts at Stone Memorial.

    Mitchell was on top of his game throughout the contest and ran into trouble only once on the evening.

  • Randolph tosses no-hitter in...

     

    By JACE GREENE

    Roane Newspapers

    The Bears of Tellico Plains traveled Thursday to face the Harriman Blue Devils at Papermaker Field in a District 3-A doubleheader. 

  • Bobcats drop doubleheader at...

     

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats suffered a pair of District 4-A losses at the hands of Wartburg Thursday evening.

    The Bulldogs cruised to an easy 11-0 victory in the first game of the day. The second game was taken by the Bulldogs, 4-1.

  • Late run leads Lady Waves past...

     

    It was another close District 3-A softball game Thursday at Midway as the Lady Waves would come up with a late run to knock off Harriman, 2-1.

    Midway remains tied with Meigs County for first in district following the victory. Both are 6-1 in district play.

  • Kingston’s Butler signs with...

     

    Roane County High School senior Katherine Butler does just about everything well on the softball diamond. She hits for power and average, she has good speed, and on defense, she covers a lot of ground and has a great arm.

  • Mitchell homers twice in...

     

    Kingston’s Cody Mitchell swatted a pair of home runs Wednesday evening to lead the Yellow Jackets to a 10-4 road victory over Fulton.

    Kingston’s victory wasn’t as easy as the final score sounds. The Jackets trailed after five innings of play before scoring seven runs in its final two at bats.

  • Midway picks up first win at...

     Midway has been playing high school baseball since 1991. During that the Green Wave has won a lot of games, but entering 2014 they had never beaten the Rockwood Tigers at Rockwood.

    That all changed Wednesday evening as Darrell Ruffner’s squad left Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex with an 8-4 victory.

  • Midway bats go cold at Grace

     

    The bats of the Midway Lady Green Waves were as cold as the weather Wednesday evening as Grace Christian Academy picked up a 3-0 victory in a key District 3-A battle.

    Lady Ram pitcher Jessica Webb actually had more to do with the shutout than the weather as she tossed a no-hitter with 18 strikeouts past the Lady Waves.

  • Rams, Tigers battle to draw

     

    By JACE GREENE

    Roane Newspapers

  • Lady Jackets take two from Scott

     

    The Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets picked up a pair of District 4-AA wins Wednesday evening by knocking off Scott in a doubleheader played at Southwest Point.

    The first game of the day was close with Kingston pulling out a 5-4 victory. The Lady Jackets breathed a little easier in the final game of the evening, winning by a final score of 10-3.