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Today's Sports

  • Kingston track team competed at...

    The Kingston High School track team competed in a meet at Anderson County High School in Clinton April 5 and will compete at Knox Karns Tuesday afternoon.

    Bri Garcia finished 12th in the 100 meters in 14.67.

    Lindsay Wall finished seventh in the 200 meters in 31.24, followed by Garcia, 11th, 32.40; and Courtney Farrell, 14th in 33.29.

    Sarah Cox took sixth in the 400 meters in 1:14.35 and took fourth in the 800 meters, followed by Mandy King, seventh, 3:28.72 and Zoe Magnum, ninth, 3:29.57.

  • HHS soccer team is off to 1-3-1...

    The Harriman Blue Devils soccer team are 1-3-1 overall and 0-2-1 in the district, after last Monday's 1-1 tie with district foe Union County.

    Harriman opened the season with a 10-1 loss to Gatlnburg-Pittman, followed by a 3-0 setback to Oneida and a 2-1 win over Austin-East. They suffered a 7-1 loss to Concord Christian, followed by the tie with Union County.

  • Dallas Davis named Harriman High...

    "I would like to thank Johnny Jones, Tom Tilley and the administration for being wonderful in the transition," said Dallas Davis, new Harriman Lady Devil basketball coach.

    "We feel grateful to find someone like Dallas as our girls basketball coach. He will be a great asset with his experience he brings to the basketball program," said Harriman athletic director Bobby Clark.

  • Tony Clower is certified as an...

    The National Interescholastic Athletic Adminstrators Association (NIAAA) announced last week that Tony Clower, county athletic director for the Roane County Schools, has been recognized as a certified athletic administrator.

  • Kingston calms Alcoa Tornadoes...

    Tony Curry's two-hit, 13-0  shutout gave the Kingston Yellow Jackets a split in their District 4AA series with Alcoa Tuesday evening at Legion Field at Southwest Point.

    Curry allowed two hits with eight strikeouts to pick up the victory for the Yellow Jackets and helped his own cause by smashing a double and two singles with one RBI.

    Dakota Henry singled twice, followed by Cody Mitchell single and doubled with one RBI; Noah Cash singled twice with two RBIs and Matt Spellman singled and doubled with three RBIs.

  • Rockwood, Harriman tennis teams...

    The Rockwood High School tennis and soccer teams were both in action, with the tennis teams splitting  a pair of matches with Harriman Monday afternoon at Roane State Community College. The Lady Tigers remained unbeaten at 5-0 with a 9-0 victory over the Lady Devils, while the Tigers fell to 1-4 with an 8-1 loss to the Blue Devils.
    The Rockwood/Midway soccer team was victorious, beating Austin-East 3-0 Tuesday at Mike "Brillo" Miller Sports Complex.

    Rockwood 9, Harriman 0

    Singles
    Madison Mioduski defeated Amber Frost 8-1.

  • Rockwood sweeps Harriman...

    Harriman hosted  the Tigers of Rockwood on Tuesday to end their season series, as the Tigers won 12-1, after posting a 12-4 victory Monday at Rockwood.

    Hunter Etwell started on the hill for Harriman and sat down the first hitter. Dalton Monroe singled to right to get the Tigers started. Atwell picked off Monroe and then retired the next hitter to fly out to right fielder Makail Moore on a great catch to end the inning.

  • Harriman Lady Devils notch first...

    The Harriman Lady Devil softball team won their first District 3A game, beating Grace Christian 5-3 Tuesday afternoon at Flour Mill Flats.

    Grace Christian took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning, but Harriman took a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the second.

    After Grace Christian tied the game at 2-2 in the top of the third inning, Coach Jessica Jones' team scored one run each in the third, fourth and fifth innings for a 5-2 advantage. Grace Christian scored the final run of the game in the sixth for the final margin of 5-3.

  • Midway teams lose to Tellico...

    A new challenger might be on the rise in district 3A softball. The Tellico Plains Lady Bears pulled off two big wins early in the week beating Grace Christian 5-4 Monday then rolling into Midway Tuesday and taking down the Lady Waves 4-3 in 10 innings.

    Midway drops to 2-1 in the district after the loss. They are 7-6 overall. Tellico is now 4-2 in the district.
    Both Midway pitchers, Payton Kelly and Raygn Hall, threw well in the game. After sailing through the first three innings,

  • Midway teams lose to Tellico...

    The Midway Green Waves dropped two games to Tellico Plains - a 7-2 decision Monday at Tellico Plains and 15-3 Tuesday at Midway.

    While Midway is still winless on the season, they did get their lead, scoring three runs in the bottom of the first against the Bears Tuesday. The 3-2 lead was short-lived, as Tellico Plains scored nine runs in the second inning and went on to post the 15-3 victory.

    CJ Huff and Hunter Hester drew one out walks in the bottom first. Andrew Melton singled to drive in both runners. Will Richardson reached on an error that scored Melton.