Today's Sports

  • Blue Devil soccer team at Pigeon...

    The Harriman High School Blue Devil soccer team took a Monday drive to Pigeon Forge to take on the Tigers in a district contest.
    With the weather feeling more and more like soccer season, the weather was ideal for a good match.
    Despite an early first half push, the Devils found themselves on the losing ends of things in their district match by a score of 8-1.
    Despite the losing effort, Carlos Acosta played a great game for the Blue Devils.

  • Kingston falls at CAK

    The Christian Academy of Knoxville Lady Warriors came out to play on Tuesday afternoon, drubbing the Kingston Lady Jackets by a 13-3 tally.

  • Lady Tigers lose 11-1 to GCA

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers saw their record fall to 7-9 after dropping an 11-1 decision at Grace Christian Academy Wednesday in a make-up game, after taking a pair of 10-0 games at Greenback Tuesday.
    Grace Christian 11, Rockwood 1: The Lady Rams scored in four of the five innings to secure the victory.
    They tallied one run each in the first and third innings, two in the fourth and seven in the fifth to end the game on the 10-run rule.
    Courtney Denny was the losing pitcher, allowing 11 runs on 12 hits with four strikeouts and one walk.

  • Oliver Springs wins slugfest...

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats swept their series with the Oakdale Eagles Tuesday, winning 11-9 at Arrowhead Park.
    Coach Tony Kegley used two pitchers - Blake Crass, and Matt Gaylor.
    Crass pitched 2 2/3 innings, allowing six runs on five hits with one walk, while Gaylor hurled 4 1/3 innings, allowing three runs on four hits with three strikeouts.
    Dakaota Nelson and Garrett Best pitched for the Eagles, allowing 11 runs on four hits with seven strikeouts and nine walks. The Eagles committed five errors and hit four batters.

  • Rockwood splits tennis matches...

    The Rockwood tennis teams played Harriman and Kingston over the last week.
    The Blue Devils defeated the Tigers 6-0, while the Lady Tigers defeated Harriman 9-0.
    Harriman 6, Rockwood 0
    Thackery Porter (R) vs Hunter Kirkland 2-8
    Logan Brock (R) vs Tim Dishner 0-8
    Drake Henderson (R) vs Isaiah Hackworth  6-8
    Derek Smith (R) vs Keaton Jones 0-8
    Porter/Smith (R) vs. Kirkland/Dishner 2-8
    Brock/Henderson (R) vs. Hackworth/Jones 1-8
    Rockwood 9, Harriman 0

  • Harriman basketball team honored...
  • OS routs Oakdale 16-6 in region...

    By Michael Lindsay
    The Oliver Springs Bobcats went back and forth with district opponent Oakdale on Monday before a 10-run sixth inning lifted the ‘Cats to a 16-6 victory.
    Oliver Springs started hot, plating three runs in the top of the first inning. With bases loaded and two outs, an Oakdale error allowed Ryan Jones, Dillon Walls and Matt Gaylor to each score.

  • Lady Bobcats shut out Oakdale 12...

    By  Michael Lindsay
    Monday afternoon, the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats defeated the Lady Eagles 12-0 in four innings.
    A six-run first inning by the Lady ‘Cats set the tone for the rest of the game. Mable Johnson opened the game with a single to left. Seven Oliver Springs batters would reach safely in the inning, resulting in their first six runs.
    Lady ‘Cat pitcher Kaitlyn Seeber kept the Eagles at bay, striking out the first three batters she faced. After one, Oliver Springs led 6-0.

  • Harriman softball team falls...

    The Harriman  Lady Blue Devils travelled to Oliver Springs on Friday night to take on the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats in some softball action.
    To say the contest was close it was an understatement as the Lady Devils were one strike away from picking up the 2-1 victory in the region contest.
    “I admire their never give up attitude,” said Lady Bobcat head coach Matt Headen.
    The Lady Bobcats started out their season 0-5 but have charged back to make to pick up seven-straight victories to bring their season record to 7-5.

  • Green Wave plays hard in loss to...

    The Midway Green Wave baseball team dropped a 15-7 District 3A decision to the Grace Christian Academy (GCA) Rams Monday evening.
    "We played hard and hit the ball all the way through the lineup," said Midway Coach George Nichols. “I am encouraged about this team."
    GCA scored five runs in the top of the first inning. With one out, Logan Harbin belted a solo home run for the 1-0 lead.
    Noah Gent singled, but Huff gave up a walk, a two-run double to Taylor Lawson, an RBI triple to Eli Nordham and an RBI double to Landon Crumbly.