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Today's Sports

  • Roane girls find success in Area...

    Saturday was “win or go home” day at the Area 4 AA Tournament being played at Lenoir City Middle School, and three of Roane County’s four teams participating in the tournament kept their season alive with victories.

  • Midway splits with Berean

    The race for the District 3-A boys regular season title has been a roller coaster affair all season and that roller coaster took a wild turn Friday night as Midway dropped a 58-48 decision at home against Berean Christian.

  • Bobcats swept by Warriors

    The power of "one" proved to be too much for the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats Friday night against the Christian Academy of Knoxville (CAK) Lady Warriors as the Lady Warriors used a 19-7 advantage in points from the free throw line to take a 48-38 win Friday night in hardwood action. 

  • Raiders still on top despite loss

    The Roane State men's basketball squad loaded onto the bus tied for first place Friday morning for the long ride to play Southwest in Memphis Friday night, and Dyersburg State Saturday afternoon. 

  • TWRA seeking comments

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Fisheries Division is now soliciting comments concerning the plan to study the sustainability of commercial paddlefish roe fisheries on waters not currently open to commercial fishing in the state.

  • HMS sweeps Greenback

    The Harriman Middle School Lady Blue Devils simply bedeviled and befuddled the Greenback Lady Cherokees by a 28-17 margin on Thursday evening at Harriman. 

  • Middle school tourneys off and...

    The race for the title of best team in East Tennessee is now under way for Roane County’s five middle schools with the start of the Area 4 AA Tournament at Lenoir City Middle School and the Area 4 AAA Tournament at Cherokee Middle School in Kingston.

  • Lady 'Cats stop Grace, 46-37

    In recent weeks, the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats have acquired a bit of a reputation as "giant-killers". 

    That reputation was bolstered even more Tuesday in a 46-37 win over Grace Christian Academy. 

  • TWRA seeks help with bald eagle...

    Scott Somershoe, ornithologist for The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA), has announced the agency is looking for bald eagle nests across Tennessee in 2012.

  • Midway splits with Coalfield

    It was a good news, bad news type of night Tuesday for the Midway Green Wave and Lady Waves.

    The good news came in the boys game as Midway jumped out to a big early lead and then held on late in picking up a 51-49 victory at Coalfield.