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Today's Sports

  • Lady Waves top Harriman in 10...

    Fans at Harriman's Flour Mill Flats were treated to a thrilling game Wednesday evening as the Midway Lady Green Waves downed the host Lady Devils in 10 innings, 6-4.
    Much of Wednesday's contest would feature a home run contest between Lady Devil CF Haylee Goins and Midway's Danielle Borum. Both would hit two homers on the day with Harriman's Lindsey Higgins adding a fifth home run for good measure.
    Goins, who hit two long balls 24 hours earlier at Rockwood, opened the scoring in the second inning with a solo home run to left field that gave the Lady Devils a 1-0 lead.

  • Lady Devils knock off Rockwood,...

    The Harriman Lady Blue Devils kicked off a busy and important week Monday evening with a 9-4 victory over Rockwood at home.

  • Davidson to play for Roane State

    Like most basketball players growing up, Rockwood’s Cleveland Davidson had a dream of playing college basketball. Davidson will now get a chance to live out that dream as the Tiger guard signed scholarship papers last week with Roane State Community College.

  • Lady Waves battle Rockwood in...

    The Midway Lady Green Waves swept the season series against Rockwood with a thrilling seventh inning rally for a 7-6 win Friday at Midway. 

  • Devils take two from Bobcats

    It’s often said you can throw the record books out the window when county rivals get together in any sport in Roane County.

  • Higgins signs with Randolph...

    When Harriman senior Lindsey Higgins started her high school career a lot of people believed it would one day end with her signing a college athletic scholarship.

    That day came Wednesday as Higgins signed a basketball scholarship with Randolph College in Lynchburg, Va.

  • CAK hands Jackets first loss

    After opening the season with six straight wins, the Kingston boys tennis team finally tasted defeat Wednesday following a 6-3 setback at the hands of defending TSSAA Class A/AA state champion Christian Academy of Knoxville (CAK).
    The Warriors took control early by winning five matches in singles. CAK’s wins came as Tanner Debord defeated Lucas Clower, 8-1; Koi Royal defeated Brandon Griffis, 8-4; Josh Bowden beat Quint Gasque, 8-3; Jonathan Carrol beat Timothy Smith, 8-3; and Daniel Martin knocked off Darian Sams, 8-5.

  • Cherokee players receive awards
  • Bobcats still in first after...

    Tony Kegley’s Oliver Springs Bobcats ran their District 4-A record to 8-0 on the season following a pair of easy wins on Monday and Tuesday against Sunbright.

    Both games were similar as the Bobcats won at home on Monday, 12-0, before winning at Sunbright on Tuesday, 13-0.

  • Lady Devils roll past Greenback

    The Harriman Lady Blue Devils stayed in the thick of the District 3-A race earlier this week as Travis Langley's squad picked up wins over Greenback on Monday and Tuesday.