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Today's Sports

  • Oliver Springs cruises past...

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats trailed 1-0 after one inning on Monday, but the final four innings belonged to the purple and gold as Tony Kegley’s squad avoided a potential upset with a 12-2 victory over Sunbright in the second round of the District 4-A Tournament at Oliver Springs.

  • Jackets fall one win short of...

    In what was a complete role reversal from last year, the Kingston Yellow Jackets would see the Alcoa Tornadoes end their season following a 7-3 setback in the District 4-AA Tournament semifinals on Monday.

  • Lady 'Cats pound Jellico in...

    The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats kicked off their 2012 postseason in style Monday evening as Matt Headden’s squad whipped Jellico in three innings, 19-2.

  • Nixon to play for Roane State

    Rhea County High School senior Sarah Nixon has signed to play basketball at Roane State Community College.

    Nixon, 6-0, can play any position on the floor. She said she picked Roane State because she enjoyed head coach Monica Boles’ up-tempo style.

  • Cordell signs with Hiwassee...

    When Kingston's Makayla Cordell began playing AAU basketball in seventh grade, she made up her mind that she wanted to play college basketball. 

    Cordell made that dream come true last week when she signed scholarship papers with Hiwassee College in Madisonville.

  • NRA youth hunter education...

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and Crossville City Police Department will be sponsoring the NRA Youth Hunter Education Challenge on June 16 at Meadow Park Lake in Crossville.

  • Bobcats end regular season with...

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats closed out the regular season Tuesday and Wednesday with a pair of victories over Coalfield.

    On Tuesday, the Bobcats traveled to Coalfield and downed the Jackets 16-3 and they followed that up on Wednesday with an 8-3 home victory over the Jackets.

  • Lady Jackets gearing up for...

    The District 4-AA Tournament starts Monday and the Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets will enter the tourney with a ton of confidence after beating Loudon on Monday, 12-0, and regular season champion Christian Academy of Knoxville (CAK) on Wednesday, 9-3.

  • Kingston slams Meigs in grand...

    Kingston’s Preston King put on a power show at Southwest Point’s Legion Field Monday evening as the senior SS blasted two home runs, one a grand slam, in leading Bruce Robinette’s squad to a 6-1 victory over Meigs County.

  • Tennis Jackets sweep Harriman

    The Harriman and Kingston tennis teams met Monday afternoon at Roane State and the evening was a good one for the Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets as both picked up victories over the Blue Devils and Lady Devils.