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Today's Sports

  • Cherokee opens season with sweep

    After last Thursday night, Cherokee Middle School can call Abby Wilson "Miss Clutch" after sinking the final three points of the game en route to a thrilling 26-23 win over the Harriman Middle School Lady Blue Devils. 

  • King stepping down after 26 years

    “It’s time to turn the page.”

    That’s what Kingston head coach Vic King said Tuesday morning after announcing his decision to step down as Kingston’s head football coach after 26 years.

  • Roane School of Isshin-ryu has...

    At a recent Awards Banquet and tournament, the IIKA Nationals – hosted by the International Isshin-ryu Karate Association, the Roane School of Isshin-ryu Karate in Harriman had four of the school’s Black Belt Instructors recognized for outstanding achievements during the 2011season as well as one of their Brown Belts.  

  • Tigers sack Watertown, 28-8

    It's hard to throw from your back.

    Watertown's Ty Jobe found out just how hard Friday night as the Purple Tiger QB was sacked nine times during a 28-8 loss at Rockwood in the opening round of the TSSAA Class AA playoffs.

  • Bobcats get revenge on Bulldogs...

    In the rematch between the Oliver Springs Bobcats and the Wartburg Central Bulldogs, it was the Bobcats taking advantage of six Wartburg turnovers to cruise to a 41-13 win  Friday night in the opening round of the TSSAA Class AA playoffs. 

  • Turnovers doom Kingston in 28-14...

    Turnovers equaled disaster Friday night for the Kingston Yellow Jackets, as Vic King's squad suffered a season-ending 28-14 loss at Polk County in the opening round of the TSSAA Class AAA playoffs.

    Kingston led 14-7 at halftime, but fumbled the ball away on every possession but one in the second half. All-in-all, Kingston turned the ball over four times with the Wildcats turning those miscues into 21 points.

  • Harriman linemen receive MVP...


         

  • Kingston duo gearing up for...

    Roane County High School senior John Carothers and sophomore Andrew Layne will be looking to run the race of their lives Saturday morning as both have qualified for the TSSAA Class A/AA Cross Country Championship that will be held Saturday at Nashville’s Percy Warner Park beginning at 10:45 a.m.

  • Raiderettes looking to run, run...

    Roane State Community College women’s basketball coach Monica Boles fine-tuned her team’s conditioning regimen during the offseason.

    The result, she said, is a team that’s ready to run.

  • Raiders open season with win

    Tuesday night at Spartanburg Methodist College (SMC) in upstate South Carolina, the Roane State men’s basketball team came away with a 66-52 victory in the season opener for both teams.