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Today's Sports

  • USDA field buffer options...

    Clean water and healthy soils not only benefit local farmers and farming communities but the public in general. As fewer farmland acres continue to provide food and fiber for increasing populations, lands are being used more intensively to provide these commodities, at times to the detriment of our soils and water supplies.

  • Ladd enjoying return to diamond

    District championships, state tournament appearances and hundreds of wins is what Kingston’s Ronnie Ladd accomplished before retiring as head coach of the Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets in 2003.

  • Senior Bowlers of the Month
  • Gann leads Bobcats past Oneida...

    On Monday, the Oliver Springs baseball team hooked up with district rival Oneida in just the fourth game of the 2011 season.

  • 'Cats, Lady 'Cats...

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats and Lady ‘Cats both picked up a District 4-A victory against Oneida at Arrowhead Park Tuesday evening.

  • Kingston slams Stone Memorial,...

    Twenty-four hours after picking up a 5-2 victory at home over Stone Memorial, Ronnie Ladd’s Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets traveled to Crossville Tuesday and crushed the Lady Panthers in three innings, 19-4.

  • Offense shines for Midway in 13-...

    It wasn't easy and the conditions may have been less than ideal, but the boys from "South Of the River" took a 13-9 win over the Cosby Eagles Wednesday afternoon at Midway. 

  • Redden leads Jackets past...

    Kingston’s Ben Redden had a big night with both his bat and arm Monday night as the Jacket sophomore helped lead Kingston to a 7-5 victory over Stone Memorial in the District 4-AA opener for both teams.

  • Lady Tigers win two of three

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers closed out last week by winning two of three games against Cumberland County and Scott.
    On Thursday, the Lady Tigers dropped a 5-1 decision against Cumberland County, but Rockwood bounced back Friday with a doubleheader sweep against Scott. The Lady Tigers won Friday’s games by final scores of 15-1 in game one and 7-3 in game two.
    Rockwood vs.
    Cumberland County
    Rockwood out hit the Lady Jets 7-6 on the day, but four Lady Tigers led to three unearned runs Cumberland County picked up the 5-1 victory.

  • Meigs knocks off Harriman, 7-2

    The first two games of the 2011 baseball season didn’t go as expected for the Harriman Blue Devils as Andy Adcox’s squad opened the season at 0-2.
    The first loss came last Monday at the hands of Kingston. The second loss came on Thursday when the Blue Devils dropped a 7-2 decision at Meigs County.
    One bad inning basically cost the Blue Devils the game Thursday as the Tigers used two walks, two hits and an error to score five runs and take the lead for good in the bottom of the first inning.