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Today's Sports

  • Calvary crushes SCCS, 46-13

     

    The Calvary Middle School boys recently took the floor and picked up a 46-13 victory over Seymour Community Christian School (SCCS).

    The first quarter opened quickly with Calvary’s Landen Treadway draining a 3-pointer. He continued moving Calvary’s point total up with back-to-back assists to Jordan Snow for buckets.

  • ’Dogs take out ’Cats, 71-50

     

    In what was truly a rowdy and raucous atmosphere at Oliver Springs’ Terry L. Hacker Gymnasium, the Wartburg Bulldogs seized upon the crowd's energy and rolled past the Oliver Springs Bobcats by a 71-50 margin Friday night in the opening round of the District 4-A Tournament. 

  • Poor third quarter ends Midway’s...

     

    The 2013-14 season came to a close for the Midway Green Wave Friday night when they lost in the first round of the District 3-A Tournament at Tellico Plains, 65-57.

  • Lady ’Cats advance to District 4...

     

    Lauren Morgan’s blocked shot at the buzzer saved the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats from becoming the first upset victim of the District 4-A Tournament.

    The Lady ’Cats overcame a 9-point third quarter deficit to defeat the Lady Eagles 39-38 to advance to the championship game against Oneida. 

  • Scott puts an end to Kingston’s...

     

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets were hoping to put together a postseason run starting Friday night against Scott High in the opening round of the District 4-AA Tournament at Alcoa, but it wasn’t to be as the Highlanders and Lady ’Landers had other ideas as they picked up a sweep to end Kingston’s season.

  • Richardson named G-MAC Player of...

     

    When Alex Richardson played at Midway High School, it was no secret she could hit.

    Now the folks in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) are finding that out as Richardson was named the G-MAC Offensive Athlete of the Week only seven games into her freshman season at Trevecca Nazarene University.

  • Ram runs overpower Tigers, 62-36

    Three big runs pretty much decided the outcome of Monday’s District 3-A Tournament semifinal contest between Rockwood and Grace Christian Academy.

    Unfortunately for Tiger fans, all three runs belonged to Grace Christian in what would be a 62-36 victory that moves the Rams into Wednesday’s District 3-A championship game against Meigs County.

  • Harriman no match for Meigs...

    One day after keeping its season alive with a 63-49 victory over Rockwood in the District 3-A Tournament’s opening round, the Harriman Blue Devils suffered a rough 76-39 loss at the hands of Meigs County Saturday night in semifinal action at Grace Christian Academy.

    Harriman was no match against the state’s No. 3 ranked team and regular season District 3-A champion.

  • Calvary downs Temple, 52-44

     

    The Calvary Lady Crusaders picked up a key late season victory recently with a 52-44 win over Temple Baptist. 

  • Lady Devils pull surprise in...

     

    It’s often said that it’s hard to beat a team three teams in a season.

    That proved to be the case for the Rockwood Lady Tigers Friday night, as despite beating Harriman twice during the regular season, the Lady Devils sprung an upset in the opening round of the District 3-A Tournament by knocking off the Lady Tigers, 63-49.