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Today's Sports

  • Harriman AAA All-Stars advance...

     

    The Harriman AAA All-Stars have advanced to the Dixie Youth District 8 AAA Tournament that starts today (Friday) in Spring City.

    The Blue Devils earned their spot with a second place finish in the west sub-district tournament that concluded on Tuesday.

  • Season ends for Rockwood AAA All...

     

    The Rockwood AAA All-Stars would see their season come to an end Monday evening with a loss to Campbell County American in the Dixie Youth AAA west sub-district tournament at Spring City, but the Tigers did win a pair of games on Saturday to finish third overall.

  • Harriman, Kingston still alive...

     

    Heading into play on Thursday, both the Kingston A All-Stars and Harriman A All-Stars were still alive in the Dixie Youth District 8 A Tournament in Harriman.

  • Dixie Youth tourney under way in...

     

    After a weekend of rain outs, the Dixie Youth District 8 A Tournament began Monday in Harriman and the news was good for the two Roane County teams involved as Harriman and Kingston picked up opening round victories.

    Kingston opened the evening with a 14-5 victory over Oak Ridge and that was followed by Harriman downing Lake City, 16-1.

  • Season ends for AA Blue Devils

     

    An unlucky draw proved disastrous for the Harriman AA All-Stars in the Dixie Youth District 8 AA Tournament in Caryville.

  • Fishing Report

     

    Chickamauga: The water surface temperature is in the low 80s. Largemouth Bass are being caught in shallow water. Slightly deeper areas in pockets or along banks are places that are also being targeted. Crankbaits, jigs, plastic worms, and swim baits are the most used baits. Smallmouth are being caught mostly by those targeting other species.

  • Operation Dry Water starts Friday

     

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will be participating in Operation Dry Water, June 27-29. Operation Dry Water is a national weekend of Boating Under the Influence (BUI) education and enforcement directed toward reducing alcohol and drug-related accidents and fatalities.

  • Harriman rolls in AAA opener

     

    The Harriman AAA All-Stars put together a dominating performance Friday evening as they rolled to a 14-0 victory over Kingston in the opening game of the Dixie Youth AAA sub-district tournament at Spring City.

  • Three from Roane named all-state

     

    A trio of softball players from Roane County have been named to the Tennessee Softball Coaches Association (TSCA) Class A All-State Team.

    The trio includes two players from Oliver Springs, Courtney Jones and Emily Griffith, along with Midway’s Kallie Sohm. 

  • Three from Roane named all-state

    A trio of softball players from Roane County have been named to the Tennessee Softball Coaches Association (TSCA) Class A All-State Team.
    The trio includes two players from Oliver Springs, Courtney Jones and Emily Griffith, along with Midway’s Kallie Sohm.
    Besides being named to the 21-member squad, Oliver Springs’ Jones also received a huge honor as she was named Miss Softball in East Tennessee in Class A. Jones earned the award for her abilities as both a pitcher and hitter.