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Today's Sports

  • Kingston All-Stars win sub-...

     

    The Kingston A All-Stars brought home the Dixie Youth District 8 A west sub-district title Tuesday evening with a 13-5 five-inning victory over Lake City in a game played at Spring City.

    Tuesday’s victory capped an impressive tourney run for Kingston. The Jackets went 4-0 in the tourney, and they won all four games via the slaughter rule.

  • Harriman advances in Dixie Youth...

     

    The Harriman AA All-Stars advanced to this weekend’s Dixie Youth District 8 AA Tournament by winning their first three games in the west sub-district tournament being played at Caryville.

  • Kingston A All-Stars roll in...

     

    The Kingston A All-Stars opened postseason play Friday evening with an impressive 13-2 victory over Caryville in the first round of the Dixie Youth District 8 A sub-district tournament at Spring City.

    Kingston started strong with three runs in the top of the first inning. 

  • Boles enjoys teaching at...

     

    Roane State head coach Monica Boles spent last week teaching the game she loves to area youngsters at the 2014 Raiderette Girls Basketball Camp.

  • Senior Bowlers of the Month
  • Turkey harvest passes 30,000

     

    Tennessee turkey hunters passed the 30,000 harvest mark for the 12th straight year during the spring season which concluded last month. 

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency reports that the 2014 harvest stands at 32,495. The harvest just slips past the 2013 total of 32,489.

  • Boles enjoys teaching at...

     

    Roane State head coach Monica Boles spent last week teaching the game she loves to area youngsters at the 2014 Raiderette Girls Basketball Camp.

  • Hunting seasons set at TWRC...

     

     

    The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Resources Commission (TWRC) recently set the 2014-15 hunting seasons at the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s (TWRA) Ray Bell Region II Building.

  • 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.