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Today's Sports

  • Raiderettes come up short in...

     

    The 2013-14 season came to a close Saturday afternoon for the Roane State Raiderettes as Monica Boles’ squad dropped a 76-57 decision to Walters State in the championship game of the TCCAA Region VII Tournament.

    The Raiderettes had advanced to Saturday’s finals less than 24 hours earlier with an 86-65 victory over Southwest Tennessee.

  • Rockwood’s Brown signs with...

     

    Tyler Brown has only played football for six years, but the Rockwood Tiger senior defensive tackle has made the most of that time as Wednesday afternoon he signed scholarship papers with Tusculum College.

  • Raiderettes reach TCCAA Region...

    The Roane State Raiderettes dominated all phases of the game Friday night in rolling to an 86-65 victory over Southwest Tennessee in the semifinals of the TCCAA Region VII Tournament being played at Roane State.

    The Raiderettes owned the boards by a 52-31 advantage, they were aggressive in the passing lanes with 15 steals, and they shared the basketball on offense with 22 assists in what was one of their best performances of the season.

  • Raiderettes advance to semis...

    By GOOSE LINDSAY

    glindsay@roanecounty.com

    A dominating second half proved to be the difference Thursday night as the Roane State Raiderettes defended their home court with a 68-56 victory over Jackson State in the quarterfinal round of the TCCAA Region VII Tournament.

  • Qualls signs with Kentucky...

     

    Midway’s Zack Qualls has been dreaming of playing college football ever since he put on the pads. Now his dream is coming true as the Green Wave senior recently signed scholarship papers with Kentucky Christian College.

  • Season ends for Roane State

     

    The 2013-14 season came to an end for the Roane State Raiders, but not before Randy Nesbit’s squad put a scare into No. 13 ranked Southwest Tennessee in the quarterfinals of the TCCAA Region VII Tournament being played at Roane State.

  • Qualls signs with Kentucky...

    Midway’s Zack Qualls has been dreaming of playing college football ever since he put on the pads. Now his dream is coming true as the Green Wave senior recently signed scholarship papers with Kentucky Christian College.
    “I’m very excited,” Qualls said after his signing ceremony last Friday. “It’s been my dream to play college football since I was six years old playing youth league and now I’m getting the chance.
    “I really like the atmosphere at Kentucky Christian. They’ve been looking at me and a lot of my friends at Midway. I’m hoping some of them can come with me.”

  • Lady Patriots come up short in...

     

    The Mount Pisgah Lady Patriots were hoping to win the Tennessee Athletics Association of Christian Schools (TAACS) Class A State Championship Saturday, but the Lady Patriots had to settle for second place as Fairview Christian Academy took home the title with a 43-32 victory.

  • Mount Pisgah wins state title

    For years, the Mount Pisgah Patriots have been knocking at the door of a Tennessee Athletics Association of Christian Schools (TAACS) State Championship. Saturday afternoon, they knocked that door down as Travis Walls’ squad defeated Fairview Christian Academy in the TAACS Class A Championship Game, 77-66.

  • Mount Pisgah teams advance to...

    The Mount Pisgah Patriots and Lady Patriots made history earlier today as both advanced to Saturday’s Tennessee Association of Christian Schools (TAACS) Class A State Championship with semifinal victories.

    The Lady Patriots took the floor first and picked up an easy 46-21 victory over Calvary Christian School of Forest City, Ark.