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Today's Sports

  • Raiders looking to pressure...

    Roane State Community College’s men’s basketball team can generate offense with its defense, and that’s good news for head coach Randy Nesbit.

    “That makes the coach’s job a lot easier,” Nesbit said.

  • Hardy named Karate-Ka of the Year

    The Roane School of Isshin-ryu karate in Harriman is proud to announce that Kyle Hardy has been named as the Young Male Karate-Ka of the Year by both the Isshin-ryu Hall of Fame (IHOF). Hardy was also the recipient of the award in 2010 with the International Isshin-ryu Karate Association (IIKA).

  • Greenback downs Harriman, 28-7

    The Harriman Blue Devils saw their season wind up one win short of making the TSSAA Class A playoffs as they dropped a 28-7 decision to the Greenback Cherokees. 

  • Romero's 281 leads Bobcats...

    Oliver Springs' Jordan Romero had a night to remember Friday night, as the senior running back ran for 281 yards and 3 TDs in leading the Bobcats to a 41-22 victory at Williamsburg, Ky.

  • 2011-12 Roane State Basketball...
  • Tigers roll past Midway, 49-0

    The Rockwood Tigers closed the regular season on a high note Friday night as John Webb’s squad rolled to a 49-0 victory at Civitan Field.

  • Midway auction set for Saturday

  • Foster's 229 leads Jackets...

    Kingston senior RB Demarcus ran for a career-high 229 yards and 3 TDs Thursday night in leading the Yellow Jackets to a 41-17 victory over Loudon.

    “It feels good to come together as a team and win a game like this,” Foster said after the game. “We've had a couple of games this year where we've let games slip away in the second half, but we didn't let that happen tonight. I had a big night, but I couldn’t have done it without our quarterback, offensive line and our wide receivers blocking down field.”

  • Lady 'Cats take third in...

    The Oliver Springs Middle School Lady Bobcats didn’t win the 2011 Hollis Eble title, but Paige Wright’s squad played well, winning three of four games to finish third overall.
    The Lady ‘Cats opened tournament play with a 31-9 victory over Petros-Joyner, but lost their second round game against eventual champion York Institute, 36-23. Oliver Springs then picked up a 37-35 victory over Rockwood and a 39-35 victory over Coalfield for the third place finish.
    Oliver Springs vs.
    Petros-Joyner

  • Roane School of Isshin-ryu...

    At the International Isshin-ryu Karate Association’s annual banquet and tournament (IIKA Nationals), the Roane School of Isshin-ryu Karate posted impressive tournament results. In true Olympic fashion, first place winners received Gold Medals, second place received Silver with Bronze going to all third place finishers.