Today's Sports

  • McCoig scores three goals in...


    The Kingston Yellow Jacket soccer team advanced into the District 4A/AA semifinals Tuesday night at Knox Catholic with a 7-2 victory over the Scott Highlanders Monday night. Catholic defeated Oliver Springs.

    The Kingston/Catholic winner will face the CAK/Alcoa winner in the championship game Thursday night.

    Kingston 7, Scott 2: Zach McCoig led Kingston with three goals, including his 70th career goal and 29th of the season. Riley Roberts had two goals, while Kieran Lamoureux and Zach Williams had one goal each.

  • Rockwood falls into district...

    The Rockwood baseball team dropped into the loser's bracket in the District 3A Tournament at Meigs County Monday night, after suffering a 15-2 loss to top seed Grace Christian.

    The Tigers played Greenback, 3-2 losers to Meigs County, in the loser's bracket Tuesday night in Decatur.

    Grace Christian 15, Rockwood 2: Grace Christian scored twice in the bottom of the first and six runs in the bottom of the second to take an 8-0 lead, but the Tigers averted the shutout with a solo run in the top of the third on a passed ball.

  • Rockwood/Midway soccer season...

    By Michael Lindsay
    Monday would prove to be the last time that Adam Rucker, Jose Coronilla, Tanner Seymour, Jack Lowe, Joey Michaud, Andrew Stamey, William Bornancin, Pablo De Elias and Drake Lamm stepped on the soccer field together as seniors. Rockwood’s season came to a close at the hands of the Carter Hornets by a score of 1-0.

  • Blue Devil tennis teams play in...

    The Harriman tennis teams completed their regular season and competed in the district tournament over the weekend in Pigeon Forge.

    The  Lady Devils finished third in regular season district and the Blue Devils finished sixth in the regular season.

    District tournament results:

    Natalie LaRue defeated Ashley Dilbeck (Meigs County 6-2,6-4) first round and then lost to Rachel Roberts (Gatlinburg-Pitman 6-0, 6-1) in second round.

    Shanya Westfield lost to No. 1 seed Madie Riggs (Gatlinburg-Pitman 6-0,6-1) first round.

  • Harriman soccer team loses 4-0...

    Harriman High School soccer has made strides in the past year. The season ended Monday, but not before they were able to keep building their foundation that they have laid.

    After Harriman picked up a 4-2 win over visiting Austin-East Friday night in the District 3A/AA Tournament, they traveled to Grace Christian, but the Rams were too much for the Blue Devils and posted a 4-0 victory.

  • Sports writers name Murray Class...

    Add another honor to the resume of another Roane County basketball player.

    Oliver Springs senior Taylor Murray was named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class A All-State team.

  • District baseball, softball,...

    By Ed Greif

    District tournaments for baseball, softball and soccer continue this week.

    Thursday's rain caused the District 3A baseball tournament to reshuffle its schedule.

  • All District 3A baseball, 4A/AA...

    Here are the All-District 4A/AA soccer and All-District 3A baseball teams:
    All-District 4A/AA soccer
    (Order based on regular season finish)

    Freshman of the year: Jared Whittenbarger, Kingston; defensive player of the year: Andrew Roulier, Catholic; Offfensive Player of the Year: Matt Zaczyk, CAK; MVP: Jon Creel, CAK; and Coach of the Year: Elik Pickell, Kingston

  • Kingston track team concludes...

    The Kingston track and field team will be competing in the TSSAA subsectional meet May 12 at Christian Academy of Knoxville (CAK). The Yellow Jacket teams closed out the regular meet season at Lenoir City on May 3.

    Bri Garcia finished eight h in the 100 meter dash in 14.74.

    Lindsay Wall finished third in the 200 meter dash in 29.35, followed by Garcia, sixth, 30.56; and Bri Bales, seventh, 30.92.

    Sarah Cox finished third in the 400 meter dash in 1.15.

  • Yellow Jackets defeat Grace 4-2...

    The Kingston Yellow Jacket baseball team closed out the regular season with a 4-2 victory at Grace Christian Thursday afternoon to finish with a 15-8 overall record.

    Coach Bruce Robinette used three pitchers in the contest. Braden Forrester  worked three innings, giving up three hits with one strikeout and one walk, while Noah Cash hurled three innings, allowing one run on three hits with two strikeouts and one hit batsman to pick up the victory. Cody Mitchell tossed one inning, yielding one run on two hits with one strikeout and one walk to earn the save.