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Today's Sports

  • Jackets shoot down Jets

    The Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets got a little payback Friday evening when they held on for a 54-51 win over Cumberland County.
    The Lady Jackets lost by 10 to the Lady Jets one week before at Cumberland County.
    In the nightcap, the Yellow Jackets got a sweep of Cumberland County with a 72-71 overtime decision. Kingston had beaten the Jets by five at Crossville last Friday.
    The Yellow Jackets travel to Lenoir City Friday night in their final game before Christmas.
    Girls Game

  • Lady 'Cats take control of...

    There is an old Jerry Reed song that goes "When you're hot, you're hot." And in a much-ballyhooed contest between the Oneida Lady Indians and Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats, the Lady Indians got knocked out like Manny Pacquiao as the Lady 'Cats took a convincing 62-34 win. 

  • MMS swept at Greenback

    Monday was a tough day for the Midway Middle School Green Wave and Lady Waves as both squad suffered defeats at Greenback.

  • HMS edges Bobcats

    While there may not have been an abundance of points, the Harriman Middle School Lady Blue Devils managed to hold off the Oliver Springs Middle School Lady Bobcats Thursday night by a 22-19 margin. 

  • MMS tops Spring City in OT, 41-40

    It took a little longer than expected, but the Midway Middle School Green Wave won at Spring City in overtime Thursday night, 41-40.

  • 2012 All-District 4 A/AA Soccer...

    All-District First Team

    Kelly Allen (Kingston)

    Jenna Bridges (Oneida)

  • Kingston, Midway split in...

    Midway and Kingston played Tuesday in the first game of their annual neighborhood battles, and when the smoke had cleared, both teams had picked up a victory.

  • Devils top TSD, 69-53

    In a boys only contest, Harriman and Tennessee School for the Deaf (TSD) took the floor Monday night and battled for all 32 minutes. Harriman dominated for most of the game and was lead by Xavier Howard’s 29 points. The Blue Devils won the game by a final score of 69-53.

  • HMS splits with Rockwood

    Rockwood Middle School took the floor Tuesday night against cross-county rival Harriman.  

    The Lady Tigers played good overall defense and shut down Harriman’s Jada Johnson on their way to a 24-18 victory 

  • Bobcats miss out on sweep

    The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats ran their District 4-A record to 2-0 Tuesday night with an easy 67-24 victory at Jellico.

    Oliver Springs’ boys, however, would miss out on that 2-0 record as the Blue Devils used a strong fourth quarter to knock off the Bobcats, 59-50.