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Today's Sports

  • Harriman heading to state...

    After rolling through the Dixie Youth AAA subdistrict tournament with an undefeated record, the Harriman AAA All-Stars fought off rain and tough competition to finish second overall in the Dixie Youth District 8 AAA Tournament that concluded Saturday in Kingston.

  • Jackets bow out of A state...

    A fabulous postseason run ended Sunday in the Dixie Youth A State Tournament for the Kingston A All-Stars.

  • Jackets headed to Dixie Youth...

    When the Kingston A All-Stars dropped a game against Sweetwater on Saturday in the District 8 A Tournament, it appeared as if the Junior Jackets might come up short in their bid of making next weekend's Dixie Youth A State Tournament in Joelton.

  • AAA Devils, AA Jackets roll on

    Tuesday was a good day for the Harriman AAA All-Stars and Kingston AA All-Stars.

    For Harriman, the Blue Devils completed an impressive run through the Dixie Youth AAA sub-district tournament by defeating Spring City for the title.

  • Kingston team headed to world...

    The Kingston 9-Under travel baseball team will heading to Kingsport from July 4-8 to compete in the USSSA World Series.

  • AA Jackets closing in on state

    After cruising in sub-district play, the Kingston AA All-Stars finally found themselves in a battle Saturday night against Tellico Plains in the third round of the Dixie Youth District 8 AA Tournament at Spring City. The Bears pushed the Jackets to the limit, but Kingston remained undefeated in the postseason following a 13-10 victory.

  • NSBC urges holiday safety

    The 4th of July celebration is right around the corner and is a popular time for boaters to get out and enjoy being on the water with family and friends. But with approximately 500 people drowning each year from recreational boating accidents, it is imperative to always boat responsibly, including wearing a life jacket, being alert and aware while on the water, and obeying navigation rules.

  • Jackets win O-Zone title

    With a first-pitch temperature of 101 degrees, the Harriman and Kingston 11-12 year-old all-stars battled it out Thursday for the Dixie Youth O-Zone sub-district title in Caryville.

  • Heat a concern for Dixie Youth...

    With temperatures rising to near all-time record levels this weekend, Dixie Youth National Director Tony Brown says his organization will be keeping a close eye on weather conditions as Dixie Youth tournaments will be taking place in Sweetwater, Spring City, Caryville and Kingston.

  • AA Jackets win sub-district in...

    Winning titles isn’t supposed to be easy, but the Kingston AA All-Stars marched through the Dixie Youth AA west sub-district tournament like Sherman’s March through Georgia.