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Today's Sports

  • Lady 'Cats roll to state,...

    TSSAA Sectional games are supposed to be close and not decided until late in the contest.

  • Finished business, Tigers...

    By GOOSE LINDSAY

  • Lady ‘Cats down Coalfield for...

    The Lady Jackets ran into a vicious Bobcat Wednesday and her name was Courtney Jones. 

    The sophomore led the Lady Bobcats to their first region title in school history as Oliver Springs defeated Coalfield 8-0 behind a six-hit shutout from Jones. The Oliver Springs win also gave head coach Matt Headden his 200th career win.

  • Rockwood rallies to win Region 2...

    Pretty much any kid that has ever played baseball has probably dreamed at one point of hitting a game-winning grand slam home run with two outs on a 3-2 pitch.

  • Tigers down Eagles in region...

    The Rockwood Tigers kept their season alive and advanced to Wednesday’s Region 2-A title Monday by knocking off Oakdale, 13-5, at Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex in Rockwood.

    Oakdale was making their first region appearance since 1998 and the Eagles seemed to have a case of big game jitters as Oakdale struggled in the early going.

  • Lady ‘Cats top Midway in...

    Monday’s Region 2-A opener between the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats and Midway Lady Waves turned into an instant classic, as the Lady ‘Cats came from behind twice in the final two innings to pick up a 7-6 victory over the Lady Waves.

  • Lady Jackets come up just short...

    It’s hard to beat a good team three times in a season.

    The Kingston Lady Jackets found out just how hard Thursday evening, as despite sweeping Stone Memorial in the regular season, the Lady Panthers ended Kingston’s season with a 2-1 victory in the District 4-AA Tournament at Alcoa.

  • Bobcats suffer heartbreaking loss

    So close yet so far. 

    That’s the most apt way to describe the Oliver Springs Bobcats having a region berth within grasp before the Oakdale Eagles rallied in extra innings for a 4-3 victory, sending the Eagles to the Region 2-A Tournament and leaving Oliver Springs to ponder what might have been. 

  • Lady ‘Cats roll to district title

    Championship games separate the good teams from the great ones. 

    Thursday evening, it was the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats that were destined for greatness with an impressive 8-1 win over the Coalfield Lady Jackets to win the District 4-A Softball Championship. 

  • Lady Waves advance to region...

    The District 3-A Softball Tournament came to a close Thursday night at Tellico Plains.

    Two Roane County teams, Harriman and Midway, met in the loser’s bracket elimination game. Midway lived to fight another day with a 6-3 win over Harriman. The victory secured Midway a berth in next week’s Region 2-A Tournament.