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Today's Sports

  • Tigers take third in district...

    A fast start and a strong finish were the keys to victory Thursday night for the Rockwood Tigers as Paul Kamikawa’s squad claimed third place in the District 3-A Tournament with a 58-46 victory over Tellico Plains.

    Rockwood came out on fire against the Bears. After a 2-2 tie to start the game, the Tigers ripped off 17 straight points in eventually taking a 19-6 lead after eight minutes of play.

  • Lady 'Cats hold off Oneida...

    With the District 4-A championship on the line, Oliver Springs junior Emily Griffith was not going to let the flu keep her down, as Griffith put on a show Tuesday night in leading the Lady ’Cats to a 56-53 victory over Oneida in the District 4-A Tournament championship game at Wartburg.

    Griffith scored 25 points and dished out six assists despite being visibly tired at times in the contest.

  • Lady Waves fall at Grace, 58-38

     

    The 2013-14 season ended Friday night for the Midway Lady Waves as John Leffew’s squad came up on the short end of a 58-38 decision against Grace Christian Academy in the opening round of the District 3-A Tournament.

    The Lady Rams grabbed the lead early and never looked back in advancing to the tournament semifinals.

  • Calvary crushes SCCS, 46-13

     

    The Calvary Middle School boys recently took the floor and picked up a 46-13 victory over Seymour Community Christian School (SCCS).

    The first quarter opened quickly with Calvary’s Landen Treadway draining a 3-pointer. He continued moving Calvary’s point total up with back-to-back assists to Jordan Snow for buckets.

  • ’Dogs take out ’Cats, 71-50

     

    In what was truly a rowdy and raucous atmosphere at Oliver Springs’ Terry L. Hacker Gymnasium, the Wartburg Bulldogs seized upon the crowd's energy and rolled past the Oliver Springs Bobcats by a 71-50 margin Friday night in the opening round of the District 4-A Tournament. 

  • Poor third quarter ends Midway’s...

     

    The 2013-14 season came to a close for the Midway Green Wave Friday night when they lost in the first round of the District 3-A Tournament at Tellico Plains, 65-57.

  • Lady ’Cats advance to District 4...

     

    Lauren Morgan’s blocked shot at the buzzer saved the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats from becoming the first upset victim of the District 4-A Tournament.

    The Lady ’Cats overcame a 9-point third quarter deficit to defeat the Lady Eagles 39-38 to advance to the championship game against Oneida. 

  • Scott puts an end to Kingston’s...

     

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets were hoping to put together a postseason run starting Friday night against Scott High in the opening round of the District 4-AA Tournament at Alcoa, but it wasn’t to be as the Highlanders and Lady ’Landers had other ideas as they picked up a sweep to end Kingston’s season.

  • Richardson named G-MAC Player of...

     

    When Alex Richardson played at Midway High School, it was no secret she could hit.

    Now the folks in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) are finding that out as Richardson was named the G-MAC Offensive Athlete of the Week only seven games into her freshman season at Trevecca Nazarene University.

  • Ram runs overpower Tigers, 62-36

    Three big runs pretty much decided the outcome of Monday’s District 3-A Tournament semifinal contest between Rockwood and Grace Christian Academy.

    Unfortunately for Tiger fans, all three runs belonged to Grace Christian in what would be a 62-36 victory that moves the Rams into Wednesday’s District 3-A championship game against Meigs County.