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Today's Sports

  • Thinking about futures on the...
  • Kingston and Loudon square off...
  • Rockwood golf tops in district...
  • Bobcats’ attack too much for...

    By Melissa Coley
    newsroom@roanecounty.com
    The Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats special teams became the “Wizards of OZ” as they showed up and showed out jumping to a 14-0 lead without running a single offensive play on the way to a 52-14 victory.
    The outsized Blue Devils took the opening kickoff and were pinned deep within their own territory and unable to get anything going, forcing the first punt of the game.  

  • Jackets spoil Tigers’ 8th grade...

    The Rockwood Middle School Tigers had their eighth-grade night on Thursday as they played host to the Yellow Jackets of Cherokee Middle School.

    The Tigers got off to a quick start, but the Yellow Jackets responded and never looked back as Cherokee picked up the 36-14 victory.

    Some night players have really great outings and that was the case on Thursday night as Cherokee’s quarterback Kain Collns had himself a night.

  • Bobcats find positives in loss

    By Damichael Cole

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats traveled to Greenback to take on the Greenback Cherokees, one of the top teams in the state.

    Greenback has been dominant this season, allowing 12 or less points in their last three games.

    On Friday night, the Bobcats were able to put an end to that streak, but they were overwhelmed by the Cherokees in a 48-15 loss.

  • Jackets overcome 20-point deficit

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets overcame a 20- point deficit to defeat the Northview Academy Cougars 34-20 Friday night in a district game.

    The Cougars began on Kingston’s 45-yard line.

    After driving down to the two-yard line, Cougar quarterback Justin Howard kept the ball for a two-yard touchdown run making it 7-0 Cougars after the extra point with 8:25 to go.

  • Vandalism continues to be a...

    TWRA has responded to vandalism on the Boils Wildlife Management Area (WMA) over three consecutive summers. The Boils WMA is located in Jackson County along the Roaring River; which is a state designated scenic river. Signs, parking lot damage, littering, theft and destruction of habitat have occurred on the WMA. Illegal activity steals from not only the sportsmen and women paying for the conservation of this area, but from all those utilizing the area recreationally.

  • Three is a magic number for...

    By Melissa Coley

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    For the third time in three weeks the Harriman Lady Blue Devils traveled to Morgan County and left with big wins with the latest victim being the Wartburg Bulldogs. It was three up three down for Harriman as they overpowered the “Dawgs” by scores of 25-18, 25-23 and 25-20.

  • Lady Bobcats blank Sweetwater on...

    The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats got a big 8-0 soccer win against the Sweetwater Lady Wildcats Tuesday night at home with district play on the horizon.

    “That’s everything we’ve been preaching about,” Oliver Springs Coach Josh Pryor said, “just how important the district games are.

    “All these previous games are building up to the district.”

    Oliver Springs came out on fire, scoring quickly in the first half when Ivy Reed found the back of the net for a goal and making the score 1-0.