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Today's Sports

  • Bobcats slam Eagles, 62-6

    After just scoring seven points in their first two games, the Oliver Springs Bobcats roared to life Friday night with a 62-6 victory over Oakdale on homecoming at D.J. Brittan Field.

    “We played well tonight,” Oliver Springs head coach Wiley Brackett said. “We started quick on offense then our defense was able to come up with a lot of turnovers. This is a good win for us after a tough first couple of games.”

    Oliver Springs fast start was almost hard to believe as the Bobcats scored 55 points in the first half alone.

  • Tigers come up just short...

    For more than 47 minutes the Rockwood Tigers had No. 1 ranked Grace Christian Academy on the ropes Thursday night at Civitan Field, but the Tigers couldn’t close the door in the final minute as Ram QB Devin Smith tossed a 15-yard touchdown pass to Will McKamey with 25.3 seconds left to play to give the Rams a 12-7 victory.

  • East Tennessee Sportswriters Poll

    CLASS 1A

    1.Greenback (2-0) 77 (13 1st place votes)

    2.Coalfield (2-0) 66 (3)

  • Dove season opens Saturday

    One of Tennessee’s most long-standing outdoor traditions will begin with the opening of mourning dove season.  Dove season officially begins across the state on Saturday, September 1 at noon (local time).

  • Senior Bowlers of the Month
  • TVAA rolls through week 2

    The Tennessee Valley Athletic Association completed its second week of play and one program remained unblemished. After sweeping Kingston one, the Oliver Springs Bobcats picked up a second sweep over Midway on Saturday.

  • Defense leads HMS past Rockwood

    The Harriman Middle School Blue Devils used solid defense and a pair of big plays on offense to pick up a 14-0 victory at Rockwood Tuesday night.

  • Cherokee tops MMS, 36-0

    The Cherokee Middle Yellow Jackets made short work of the Midway Middle Green Wave rolling to a 36-0 win last week at Midway. 

  • District action kicks off for...

    After two weeks getting their feet wet, most area high school football teams will turn things up a notch this week with the start of district competition.

    Roane County is no different as three teams from the county will open district play.

  • Bobcats fall at home, 55-0

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats hosted the Greenback Cherokees Friday night and home field wasn’t much of an advantage as the Cherokees downed the Bobcats, 55-0.

    The scoring started with a 13-play, 51-yard drive capped off by a four-yard Eric Anderson touchdown.