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Today's Sports

  • TWFC sets fishing regulations

     

    The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission approved the state’s 2014-15 sport fish regulations during its October meeting at the Meadowview Conference Center.

  • ACAC swimmers compete in...

     

    By CHIP FISCHER

    Special to the News

    Swimming is not high school football, but the Atomic City Aquatic Club swimmers sure kicked the ball through the proverbial goalposts at the 2013 SAC Fall Kickoff in Pigeon Forge.

  • Tigers teams split games in Eble...

     

    After winning their season openers last week, the Rockwood Middle School Tigers and Lady Tigers played their second game of the season last week with differing results in the second round of the 2013 Hollis Eble Tournament at Oakdale.

  • Bobcats still in playoff race...

     

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats are one step closer to clinching a playoff berth after a convincing 60-8 win over the Wartburg Bulldogs Friday night at D.J. Brittan Field.

    The Oliver Springs defense forced a quick three-and-out and started their first drive on their own 27. 

  • Sweetwater knocks off Kingston,...

     

    An emotional week came to a disappointing end Friday night as Kingston dropped a 31-28 decision at home against Sweetwater.

    Kingston was hoping to win their first game of the season against the Wildcats as a tribute to sophomore Seth Haynes, who suffered a broken neck in last week’s game at Sequoyah.

  • Greene’s big night leads Blue...

     

    With more than half their starters sitting on the sidelines with injuries, Harriman needed someone to step up Friday night if they were to win on the road at Meigs County and keep  their playoff hopes alive.

  • Tigers take home county title,...

     

    For the third time since 2004, the Rockwood Tigers are the Roane County football champions. John Webb’s squad accomplished the feat Friday night with a 26-15 victory over Midway.

  • TVAA season winding down

     

    The Tennessee Valley Athletic Association (TVAA) heads into the final week  of play with all four division regular season championships settled. 

  • Green teams collide in county...

     

    The Rockwood Tigers and Midway Green Wave usually don’t need any extra incentive to get fired up to play each other on the gridiron, but they will have just that Friday night as the winner of Friday’s game at Civitan Field will take home the Roane County Championship Trophy.

  • Jackets playing for Haynes...

     

    Homecoming week at Roane County High School is supposed to be a happy time for the Kingston Yellow Jackets, but that hasn’t been the case this week as Brian Pankey’s squad is struggling emotionally to deal with a career-ending injury to teammate Seth Haynes.