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Today's Sports

  • Jackets sting Loudon

    Every so often, a team will play the game of their lives. 

    For the Kingston Yellow Jackets, that day came Tuesday when the Jackets handed Loudon a "stinging" 2-1 defeat. 

  • Moore leads Midway past Harriman...

    The Midway Green Wave split the  season series with Harriman, winning 4-3 at home Tuesday, 24 hours after they fell 3-0 at Harriman.

  • Jackets picking up steam in 4-AA

      After dropping their first three district games of the 2013 season, Bruce Robinette’s Kingston Yellow Jackets have now won three in a row in district play to pull to .500 on the year. The latest of those victories came on Monday and Tuesday as Kingston took two games from Stone Memorial.

  • Lady Waves erupt for 17 runs at...

    What a difference a day makes.

    On Monday, the Midway Lady Green Wave needed a dramatic two-out, two-run home run from Alex Richardson in the bottom of the sixth inning to pull out a 2-1 victory over Harriman. Twenty-four hours later, however, there would be little drama as the Lady Waves traveled to Harriman and torched the Lady Devils, 17-3.

  • Big inning sparks big win for OS

    Sometimes all it takes is one inning to decide the outcome of a game.

    That was the case Monday evening as Oliver Springs used a 12-run fourh inning to erase a 5-1 deficit and knock off visiting Coalfield, 14-10.

  • Works, Randolph deliver for...

    In a game of great importance to both teams, the Harriman Blue Devils picked up a 3-0 victory over the Midway Green Wave in a District 3-A game played at Paper Maker Field Monday evening.

    “This game puts us in third place and now we’ve got to keep going,” Harriman’s Chris Works said following the victory.

  • Harriman hammers Wartburg, 16-6

    Seven was a lucky number for the Harriman Blue Devils Friday evening as Andy Adcox’s squad used a pair of 7-run innings in knocking off Wartburg, 16-6, at Paper Maker Field.

    Harriman’s first big inning came in the bottom of the second with Wartburg leading 1-0. 

  • Lady ‘Cats down Coalfield in...

    In a showdown between two softball powerhouse programs, it was the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats swatting the Coalfield Lady Jackets by a 5-3 margin Monday afternoon at Oliver Springs’ Arrowhead Park. 

  • Warriors no match for Rockwood...

    The Rockwood Tigers reached the double digit plateau for runs scored for the 12th time this season Friday night and the result was a dominating 16-4 victory over visiting Bledsoe County.
    Friday’s win also marked the 10th time this season that Rockwood (11-6) has won a game by 10 runs or more.
    Bledsoe County did give the Tigers a battle for an inning, as both teams scored two runs, but Rockwood outscored the Warriors 14-1 over the next two innings to put the game away.

  • McCoig to play for Cumberlands