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Today's Sports

  • Polk downs Lady Devils on Senior...

    The Polk County Lady Wildcats spoiled Senior Night for the Harriman Lady Blue Devils Friday night in game one of their double-header with a 6-0 victory. 

  • Tigers clinch first round bye...

    The District 3-A baseball tournament doesn't start until Friday, but the Rockwood Tigers picked up a huge 18-5 victory over Greenback Monday night in a game that had a big impact on how Rockwood approaches postseason play.

  • TWRA hosting outdoor workshop...

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) will host its 2012 Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) workshop June 8-10 in Crossville at the Clyde M. York 4-H Center. 

  • Jackets finish busy week in...

    The Kingston tennis teams had a busy week last week as the Jackets and Lady Jackets played three matches in four days.

  • District races cloudy entering...

    With only a few days left in the regular season, a lot has yet to be determined as far as Roane County’s baseball and softball teams are concerned.

  • Late rally lifts Lady Tigers...

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers trailed 6-1 after four innings of play during Tuesday's District 3-A showdown with Harriman, but Guy Thompson's squad roared to life and scored 12 runs in the fifth and sixth innings alone in picking up a 13-11 victory over the Lady Devils.

  • Jackets split with Loudon

    One big inning propelled the Kingston Yellow Jackets to a 13-3 victory over the Loudon Redskins Monday evening at Southwest Point's Legion Field.

    The shoe was on the other foot on Tuesday, however, as one bad inning cost the Jackets in an 8-4 loss at Loudon.

  • Tigers sweep Harriman in 3-A...

    Jake Witter’s Rockwood Tigers took a big step in securing an opening round bye in the upcoming District 3-A Tournament by picking up a pair of wins over Harriman earlier this week.
    The sweep started on Monday as the Tigers traveled to Harriman and picked up a surprising 20-1 victory over the Blue Devils. Rockwood then won at home on Tuesday, 7-3.

  • Lady Jackets pick up easy wins

    The Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets enjoyed the comforts of home on Monday and Tuesday as Ronnie Ladd’s squad rolled to a pair of easy wins.
    On Monday, Kingston hosted Loudon in a District 4-AA contest and shutout the Lady Redskins, 10-0.
    Tuesday would see the Lady Jackets knock off Meigs County in a non district game, 8-1.
    Monday’s Game
    Kingston’s Samantha Aycock fired a three-hitter with one walk and eight strikeouts in picking up the shutout victory over the Lady Redskins.
    Offensively, Kingston played “Home Run Derby” as the Lady Jackets hit three home runs on the evening.

  • Bobcats wrap up title with three...

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats wrapped up the regular season District 4-A title Monday evening with a 3-2 victory at Wartburg.
    The title actually came with three district games left to play as the Bobcats improved to 9-0 in district play and no other team in District 4-A had less than four losses after Monday.
    For Bobcat head coach Tony Kegley, winning the title early has a lot of rewards. The biggest advantage is avoiding playing in the tournament’s play-in games on Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5.