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Today's Sports

  • Qualls signs with Kentucky...

    Midway’s Zack Qualls has been dreaming of playing college football ever since he put on the pads. Now his dream is coming true as the Green Wave senior recently signed scholarship papers with Kentucky Christian College.
    “I’m very excited,” Qualls said after his signing ceremony last Friday. “It’s been my dream to play college football since I was six years old playing youth league and now I’m getting the chance.
    “I really like the atmosphere at Kentucky Christian. They’ve been looking at me and a lot of my friends at Midway. I’m hoping some of them can come with me.”

  • Lady Patriots come up short in...

     

    The Mount Pisgah Lady Patriots were hoping to win the Tennessee Athletics Association of Christian Schools (TAACS) Class A State Championship Saturday, but the Lady Patriots had to settle for second place as Fairview Christian Academy took home the title with a 43-32 victory.

  • Mount Pisgah wins state title

    For years, the Mount Pisgah Patriots have been knocking at the door of a Tennessee Athletics Association of Christian Schools (TAACS) State Championship. Saturday afternoon, they knocked that door down as Travis Walls’ squad defeated Fairview Christian Academy in the TAACS Class A Championship Game, 77-66.

  • Mount Pisgah teams advance to...

    The Mount Pisgah Patriots and Lady Patriots made history earlier today as both advanced to Saturday’s Tennessee Association of Christian Schools (TAACS) Class A State Championship with semifinal victories.

    The Lady Patriots took the floor first and picked up an easy 46-21 victory over Calvary Christian School of Forest City, Ark.

  • TFWC elects new officers

     

    The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission has elected its new officers for 2014-15 and Dr. Jeff McMillin was honored for his tenure as the commission’s chairman for the past year.

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  • Hot start, cold finish for...

     

    The Roane State Raiders baseball team got off to a great start in their 3-game series with the Cleveland State Cougars over the weekend, winning the first game of the set, 17-2, but Cleveland State rebounded nicely to take game two, 7-2, and game three, 7-4.

    Game One

  • Calvary advances to state...

     

    After an opening round loss in the Tennessee Athletic Association of Christian Schools (TAACS) East Region A Tournament to Mount Pisgah, the Lady Crusaders of Calvary looked to bounce back and advance to the TAACS State Tournament in Springfield.

  • March Madness coming to Roane...

     

    March Madness is one the best time of the year for basketball fans. This season, college basketball fans in Roane County will get the opportunity to experience some of March Madness beginning Tuesday as Roane State Community College will play host to the 2014 TCCAA Region VII Basketball Tournament. 

  • March Madness coming to Roane...

     Roane State Community College will host the 2014 Tennessee Community College Athletic Association (TCCAA) Region VII Basketball Tournament March 4-8 on the main campus in Harriman.

    Tournament action opens Tuesday, March 4 at 2 p.m. and continues though Saturday, March 8. Tickets are $5 for general admission, $2 for students and are available at the door.