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Today's Sports

  • Midway keeps busy with 4 games...

    After a pair of rain outs last Monday and Tuesday, Midway and Harriman decided enough was enough and they got in a Wednesday game that was not previously scheduled. Midway would end up getting a 7-4 win over the Blue Devils, but the result would not be counted as a district game.

  • Cornellison signs with Tennessee...

    Haley Cornellison’s career has had its ups and downs over the past four years at Kingston, but Cornellison celebrated the ultimate high Friday when she signed scholarship papers with Tennessee Wesleyan College in Athens.
    “I’m so excited,” Cornellison said after signing with the Lady Bulldogs. “I can’t wait to go play. I couldn’t have done this on my own. I’ve been blessed to have a great support team behind me.
    “I really like Tennessee Wesleyan. It has a community feel. It’s kind of like a home away from home for me. I feel like it’s a place where I’d fit in.”

  • Christopher enjoying March...

    Most of Kayla Christopher’s life has centered around the game of basketball, and now the former Oliver Springs star is gearing up for the end of what has been a storybook career, as Christopher’s Chattanooga Lady Mocs are preparing for this weekend’s NCAA Tournament.

  • Blue Devils, Tigers split tennis...

    The 2013 tennis season started Tuesday with county rivals Harriman and Rockwood splitting their match at Roane State.

    Harriman’s boys opened their season with a 6-3 victory while the Lady Tigers salvaged the split with a 7-2 victory.

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  • Lady ‘Cats down Rockwood, 9-1

    If Tuesday’s season opener is any indicator then the Oliver Springs softball team could be on their way to a good season, as Matt Headden’s squad downed Rockwood, 9-1, at the Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex in Rockwood.

  • Cisson signs with Cumberland...

    Rockwood Tiger football is all about being physical, and senior FB/LB Clay Cisson fits that description to a tee. 

    This past season, it was Cisson that gave John Webb’s squad that hard-nosed bruiser at fullback and linebacker. Now Cisson will be taking his physical style of play to Lebanon, Tenn. to play for Cumberland University.

  • Jackets pick up split in opener

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets played their season opening games on Tuesday. 

    The Jackets took one on the chin, losing 7-0 to Sequoyah. The Lady Jackets, on the other hand, played a good game overall, coming away with a 7-6 win against Alcoa.

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  • Bobcats land 7 on all-district...

    The 2012-13 basketball season recently came to a close and seven Oliver Springs players received postseason recognition by being named to the All-District 4-A Team.

    The three highest awards came on the girls side as three Lady ‘Cats received first-team all-district status. The trio include senior Kellie Ball along with sophomore dynamos Rachel and Emily Griffith.