Today's Sports

  • Soccer Tigers kick Carter, 4-1

    The Rockwood Tigers soccer team racked up another impressive notch under their belt with a dominating 4-1 win over the Carter Hornets on Friday evening.
    "We played well and passed the ball well tonight, but I felt we missed some great opportunities early on in the game," Rockwood head coach Wes Ford said after the game. "We had some great goal chances, but we weren't quite able to capitalize. That said, I think we are really starting to gel as a team."

  • Hall leads Lady Waves past...

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    The term stepping up is often used in high school athletics.
    Midway Freshman Ragyn Hall did just that Friday evening as she pitched a shutout and then on offense she drove in five runs in an 11-0 win over Loudon.
    Loudon’s only threat came in the top half of the first inning as they coupled base hits to leave runners on first and second.
    The Lady Waves kicked it off in the bottom of the first inning with senior leader Alex Richardson doing what she has done so many times during her Midway career, hitting a two-run blast to put the Lady Waves up 2-0.

  • Lady Devils knock off Wartburg,...

    The weather outside might have been a cool, breezy 45 degrees with rain, but that didn’t dampen the spirits of the Harriman Lady Blue Devils on Good Friday as they downed the Wartburg Lady Bulldogs 4-1 in a five-inning game at Flour Mill Flats.

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  • Lady Devils struggle with Stone

    The Harriman Lady Devils were beaten 13-1 by the Stone Memorial Lady Panthers Thursday afternoon. 

    The Lady Panthers tore into Harriman for four runs in the top of the first inning and then added a run to their tally to make the score 5-0 in the top of the second.

  • Bad inning costs Bobcats

    After dropping a pair of games against Sunbright the week before, the Oliver Springs Bobcats needed a victory over Oneida last Wednesday to get back on track in District 4-A.

  • Lady Jackets split games in...

    One week after winning a tournament in Meigs County, the Kingston Lady Jackets were looking for their second tournament title in as many weeks over the weekend in Cookeville, but it wasn’t to be as Kingston was eliminated in the fist round of tournament play.

  • Devils open district play with 8...

    After having their first four District 3-A contests cancelled due to weather, the Harriman Blue Devils finally played their first district contest of the season Wednesday evening, and the wait was worth it for Andy Adcox’s squad as they rolled to an 8-2 victory over Greenback at Paper Maker Field.

  • Jackets sweep Tigers in tennis

    After waiting almost two weeks to open their season, the Kingston Yellow Jacket and Lady Jacket tennis teams took on Rockwood Friday for their second match in two days.

    Kingston opened the season by sweeping Harriman on Thursday and they followed that up with a sweep against Rockwood on Friday at Roane State.

  • Tigers suffer first loss

    In starting the season with six straight victories, the Rockwood Tigers had given up seven runs combined while posting three shutouts.

    Friday evening, however, the Tigers gave up more runs than that in the seventh inning alone as Upperman downed Rockwood in a slugfest, 21-15.