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Today's Sports

  • MMS tops Dayton City in opener,...

    The Midway Middle School Green Wave kicked off the 2012 season last week against a new member in the Clinch Valley Conference. The Green Wave welcomed Dayton City to the conference by knocking off the Sweat Bees, 26-0.
    There have been several changes in the conference with the addition of Dayton City and Spring City to the league. Along with Midway and Dayton City, Oakdale, Norwood, and Sunbright will join them in the Class A classification.
    The top two teams in each of the three classifications will square off in mid October for the league’s championship games.

  • Strong finish leads RMS past...

    For three quarters, the Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats had the Rockwood Middle School Tigers on the ropes, but in the final stanza, it was all Rockwood as the Tigers escaped with a 16-6 win.
    “We knew coming in that Oliver Springs was going to be more athletic than we were.” Rockwood Middle School head coach Scott Harvey said after the game. “We thought that if we could get some breaks on defense and control the ball on offense we would have a chance to win.

  • Cherokee storms past Harriman,...

    The coaches and personnel may have changed, but the results stayed the same for Cherokee Middle School as the defending Clinch Valley Conference champion Yellow Jackets opened the 2012 season Thursday with a 62-22 victory over Harriman.

  • Lookout Valley spoils Green Wave...

    It was white-out night for the Midway Green Wave as they opened the season against visiting Lookout Valley Friday night, and while the Green Wave did open with a better effort than last season’s opener at Lookout Valley, they still could not pull out a win as Lookout Valley left Roane County with a 24-0 victory. 

  • Monterey downs Harriman, 26-7

    The Harriman Blue Devils were left singing the blues Friday night, giving up 355 yards on the ground en route to a 26-7 season opening loss to the Monterey Wildcats.

  • Turnovers doom Tigers in 41-14...

    The Rockwood Tigers went through two preseason scrimmages and the 2012 Roane County Jamboree without turning the ball over. 

  • Jackets win in Harrison's...

    The Blair Harrison era at Roane County High School kicked off in impressive fashion Friday night as the Kingston Yellow Jackets downed the Oliver Springs Bobcats at Dr. Nat Sugarman Memorial Field, 28-7.

    “It was awesome,” Harrison said of his first game at Roane County High School. “I didn’t know what to expect, but it exceeded my expectations and the fans were great.

  • Killer Bees win championship
  • Atomic Rowing to host open...

    After the Gold-medal showing and five-year dominance of the US women’s team, rowing once again takes center stage as an American athletic standard. Here in East Tennessee, Atomic Rowing is looking for student athletes to participate and learn first-hand about the sport of rowing. 

  • Bobcats, Jackets highlight...

    After months of waiting, high school football returns Friday night in Roane County with the start of the 2012 season.