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Today's Sports

  • RMS splits with Harriman

    The Rockwood Middle School Tigers and Harriman Blue Devils played their first games of 2012 at Rockwood Thursday night and the result was both schools picking up a win.

    Harriman picked up the win in the girls game as Baron Tapp’s squad rolled to a 32-17 victory.

  • Lady Waves roll, Green Wave falls

    The Midway Middle School Lady Green Waves opened the 2012 portion of their schedule with an impressive 50-16 win at Wartburg Thursday night.

    The news wasn’t as good for Midway in the final game of the evening as Wartburg pulled out a 40-39 victory.

  • Cherokee swept by North Middle

    On a night where shots just weren't falling for the Cherokee faithful, the Lady Jackets dropped a 32-17 decision to the North Middle School Lady Stars. 

    North would take a 12-2 lead at the end of the first period and stretch that advantage out to 21-6 at the half. 

  • Jackets land 6 on All-District 4...

    The Roane County Champion Kingston Yellow Jackets had another strong season in 2011 and Vic King’s squad was rewarded with six players named to the 2011 All-District 4-AA Football Team.

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  • Oliver Springs lands 14 on All-...

    The 2011 football season was a great one for the Oliver Springs Bobcats as Wiley Brackett’s squad made it all the way to the TSSAA Class AA semifinals before falling to eventual state champion, Friendship Christian School.

  • Tigers close 2011 with split

    The Rockwood Tigers and Lady Tigers finished play in the 2011 Harriman Christmas Classic Friday by splitting a pair of games.

    The Lady Tigers took the floor first and dropped a 44-38 decision against Oneida. 

  • Lady Waves capture Jon Loden...

    The Midway Lady Green Wave closed out 2011 in style Friday night as Amy Woody’s squad captured the 2011 Jon Loden Holiday Classic championship with a 54-47 victory over Sweetwater.

  • Banquet honors RHS Tigers

    A large crowd turned out to honor the 2011 Rockwood High School football team last month at the First Baptist Church Family Life Center, sponsored by the Rockwood Rotary Club, Chris Ahler, president. Kenneth Clayton, former RHS player and graduate was the guest speaker, J. Polk Cooley was the M.C. and Coach John Webb presented awards to the various members of the RHS Tiger team. Special awards were given out as follows:
    Smokey Kirk Memorial Awards were given to four seniors who played for the Rams: Gunnar Mitchell, Everett Campbell, Jonathan Andrews and Ethan Hedrick.