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Today's Sports

  • Jamboree shows off all 5 county...

    High school fans got a chance to see all five Roane County teams in action Friday as Kingston hosted the 2013 Roane County Football Jamboree.

  • Howard to play at Roane State

    One of the top basketball players in Roane County history will be staying close to home to begin his college career, as Harriman’s Xavier Howard signed scholarship papers Friday afternoon with Roane State Community College.

  • ’Cats battles Halls in scrimmage

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats traveled to Halls Tuesday evening and took on the Red Devils in what would be their final full-scale fall scrimmage.

  • O’Neal Table Tennis Club shines...

    The Tracy O’Neal Table Tennis Club in Kingston doesn’t have a lot of members, but they left their mark recently at the 2013 National Senior Games in Cleveland, Ohio, as 12 members of the group received medals or placed in the top 8 overall at the games.

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  • Waltrip coming to Carson-Newman

    Carson-Newman University invites race fans to start their engines for Bristol race week with a NASCAR celebrity roast featuring racing legend Darrell Waltrip.

  • Middle school season kicks off...

    Although the start of the 2013 high school football season isn’t until next Friday, Roane County football fans can still enjoy a good week on the gridiron this week as all five county middle school teams open the 2013 regular season on Thursday.
    Each middle school team in the county will play eight games between Thursday, Aug. 15 and Oct. 3 with Clinch Valley Conference championship games set for the following Thursday, Oct. 10.

  • Jamboree set for Aug. 16

    The 2013 Roane County Football Jamboree will be played at Dr. Nat Sugarman Memorial Field in Kingston beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 16.
    There will be five quarters of action played starting with Oliver Springs’ 11-year-old team taking on Kingston.
    The final four quarters will feature area high school teams. First up will be Oneida vs. Cumberland County followed by a Roane County clash between Oliver Springs and Rockwood. Next will be Midway vs. Wartburg and the final quarter of the evening will see Kingston playing Harriman.

  • Moore’s computer picks Tigers, ’...

    One sign that football season is right around the corner in Tennessee is the release of Sonny Moore’s Computer Power Ratings.

  • Vintage base ball coming to Roane

    The Tennessee Association of Vintage Base Ball (TAOVBB)is proud to bring vintage-era barehanded base ball (yes, two words) to East Tennessee for the 2014 season while observing the rules and customs of the 1860’s.
    In preparation for league expansion into East Tennessee for the 2014 season, TAOVBB will hold an exhibition scrimmage and hold team sign-ups at the Harriman campus of Roane State Community College on Sunday, Aug. 18, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.