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Today's Sports

  • Ford named District 3 A-AA Coach...

     

    After guiding the Rockwood Tigers to its first district championship in school history, Rockwood’s Wes Ford has been named the District 3 A-AA Coach of the Year by his peers.

    In only its third season of play, the Tigers had a phenomenal spring, finishing with a 12-5-4 record. Besides winning the District 3 A-AA title, Rockwood also played in the Region 2 A-AA championship game and came within one game of making the state tournament after having its season end in the TSSAA Class A-AA Sectional at Greeneville.

  • Schools recognized for...

     

    Schools often make the news when they do something wrong in athletics, but thanks to Roane County Schools county-wide athletic director Tony Clower along with the help of several area businesses and community leaders, five schools in Roane County were recently recognized for doing things the right way during the 2013-14 school year.

  • BOW field day coming to Knoxville

     

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) will host a Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) Field Day on Saturday, June 14 in Knoxville at the John Sevier Hunter Education Facility.

  • Rockwood girls play big role in...

     

    The PLS ’99 15-Under soccer team recently won the Tennessee State Soccer Association Division 3 State Championship by winning three games in Goodlettsville.

    PLS is a team made up of players from Rockwood, Halls, Oak Ridge and Knoxville.

  • Kingston duo enjoy strong season...

     

    When Lindsey Stickrod and Sydney Spurgeon were playing at Roane County High School, they terrorized opposing teams with their all-around good play.

    Things didn’t change this season at Chattanooga State as Stickrod and Spurgeon put up impressive numbers in their first season playing for the Lady Tigers.

  • Roane players receive all-...

     

    Baseball season recently came to a close, and with the end of the season comes postseason awards.

    Some of those awards came out near the end of the regular season as a total of 20 players from Roane County’s five high schools received all-district honors.

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  • Jackets bring home region title

     

    The Cherokee Middle School Yellow Jackets recently capped off a great season with a 24-2 victory over North Middle School in the East Tennessee Regional Championship.

  • Blue Devils hold lift-a-thon

     

    Coaches often look for way to keep off-season strength and conditioning fun. Harriman head coach Travis Tapp did that recently by holding a lift-a-thon to raise money for the Blue Devils football program.

  • Roane coaches encouraged after...

     Football season is nearly three months away, but Roane County’s five high school teams recently spent a good portion of May preparing for the 2014 season with spring practice.