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Today's Sports

  • Be safe on the water

    Traditionally, Memorial Day weekend marks the official start of the boating season in Tennessee. For many, this will be the first time to have the boat in the water. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) urges all Tennessee boaters to take a few  minutes to review the basics, which may be the key to having a fun, safe day on the water.

  • Jackets close spring with...

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets football team completed their first spring practice with Blair Harrison calling the shots with a two-hour scrimmage at Sweetwater Monday evening.

  • Tigers bow out in Sectional, 10-9

    “I wouldn’t change a thing.”

    That’s what Rockwood head coach Jake Witter said when asked what his team could have done different after suffering a heartbreaking 10-9 loss at North Greene Friday night in the TSSAA Class A Sectional.

  • Old foe ends Midway's season

    Two of the premier Class A softball programs in East Tennessee met for their annual battle in the regional tournament Monday evening. It was the sixth meeting in the last seven seasons between Coalfield and Midway in the region tourney, and the end of the season was hanging in the balance.

  • Tigers advance in region...

    With their seasons riding in the balance, two good teams met at Oliver Springs’ Arrowhead Park Tuesday evening and in the end the Rockwood Tigers would use a two-out RBI single from Hayden Freels in the top of the seventh inning to pick up a 4-3 victory over Oliver Springs in the opening round of the Region 2-A Tournament.

  • Lady 'Cats fall at Grace, 4...

    The Oliver Springs Lady Cats had no answer for Grace Christian freshman Jessica Webb on Monday evening and saw their season come to an end with a 4-0 loss at the hands of the Lady Rams.

  • White-nose syndrome found in...

    According to the National Park Service, a biologist and volunteers working within the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park collected two tricolored bats in a park cave in Hamilton County, Tennessee, one of which tested positive for white-nose syndrome (WNS). 

  • Rough ending for Lady Jackets

    There’s just some places you don’t want to go to play softball.

  • Griffis, Gasque bow out in semis

    After a strong second place finish in last week’s District 4 A/AA Tournament, the Kingston Yellow Jackets doubles team of Brandon Griffis and Quint Gasque would see their season come to an end Monday at Webb School of Knoxville in the Region 2 A/AA Tournament semifinals at the hands Pigeon Forge’s Garrett Byrd and Alex Delozier, 6-1, 6-1.

  • Settles records rare hole-in-one