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Today's Sports

  • ’BORO BOUND!

    The Harriman Blue Devils will be making their first trip to the Class A State since the 2009-10 season, after Coach Shay Shannon's squad defeated the Cosby Eagles 86-47 before another standing room only crowd in the Richard D. Pickell Gymnasium.
    Harriman lost to CSAS on March 17, 2010, in the opening round of the state tournament, after beating Cloudland in the sectional on March 8, 2010.
    Jermaine Copeland and his 1994-95 team won both the region and state tournament under Pickell.

  • Blue Devils seek first state...

    The Harriman Blue Devils will be seeking their first Class A State Tournament championship since the 1994-95 season under former Coach Richard Pickell and its  first appearance to the tournament since March 17, 2010, when they lost to CSAS.
    Other scores from sectional play Monday were Grace Christian 64, Hampton 63; Van Buren County 71, Pickett County 44; Clay County 55, CSAS 38; Columbia Academy 71, Huntland 47; Loretto 87, Community 63; and Humboldt 86, Middleton 80; Mitchell 61, Halls 43.

  • REGION 2A CHAMPIONS

    A standing room only crowd in Richard D. Pickell Gymnasium Thursday night witnessed some history, as the Harriman Blue Devils defeated the Grace Christian Academy Rams 76-63 to claim their first Region 2A championship since 2007 and their first win over GCA since 2013.
    After winning the region title in 2007, the Blue Devils lost to Cloudland 50-47 in the sectional.
    Harriman will host Cosby tonight at 7 with the winner earning a berth in the Class A state tournament beginning March 15 at MTSU's Murphy Center.

  • HARRIMAN TAKES NEXT STEP

    Joe Pace’s basket with 50 seconds left in the game capped a fourth-quarter rally to earn the Blue Devils a 50-49 victory over the Meigs County Tigers in the Region 2A Tournament semifinals before a capacity crowd in Richard Pickell Gymnasium at Harriman High School Tuesday night.

  • Senators sweep Raiders on senior...

    The Roane State basketball teams closed out the regular season by dropping a pair of conference games against Walters State on sophomore day, Feb. 25.
    The Raiderettes were beater 61-50 by the Lady Senators, while the Raiders lost 75-65.
    Walters State 61, Roane State 50: The Lady Raiders led 14-8 after the first quarter behind Lacy Cantrell's eight points. Ema Plentauskaite buried a 3-point basket. Martoria Patton had four points for the Lady Senators.

  • HARRIMAN ADVANCES

    The Harriman Blue Devils placed four players in double figures to defeat the Coalfield Yellow Jackets 76-72 to advance into the semifinals of the Region 2A basketball tournament Tuesday night against Meigs County.
    Harriman is seeking its first berth in the sections since 2011 when they lost at Hampton 86-64 after losing to Jellico in the region championship game 70-68.
    Isaiah McClain led the Blue Devils with 27 points, followed by Joe Pace (21), Hayden Bingham (10) and Josh Davis (13).

  • Fulton ends Kingston’s season

    The Kingston Lady Jackets magical run into the postseason ended Monday night with a 55-47 loss to the Fulton Falcons in the Region 2AA semifinals at Austin-East  High School.
    Janae Fugua and Keke McKinney tallied 17 and 16 points, respectively, for the Falcons. McKinney had 11 rebounds with six steals.
    Gianna Manfredi led Kingston with 13 points, two rebounds and two assists, while Hannah added a double-double (10 points, 10 rebounds) with two assists and one steal.

  • KINGSTON ADVANCES

    The Kingston Lady Jackets continued their post-season run with a 60-48 victory over the Austin-East Road Runners Friday night to earn a berth into tonight’s Region 2AA semi-final at Austin-East against Knox Fulton, 41-33 winners over CAK. The winner earns a berth into Wednesday night’s championship game and a berth in the sub-state Saturday evening.

  • Guinn receives Daddy Jacket Award

    I watched victories in games and saw the development in character.  I saw the adversity you have gone through as a team. You are the next generation of leaders," said Wade Creswell at the Kingston football banquet on Feb. 18.
    He was the master of ceremonies for the annual banquet held at the First Baptist Church for the 4-6 Yellow Jackets.

  • Harriman loses close one to GCA

    C.J. Gettlefinger hit two free throws with 4.5 seconds left in the game to give the Grace Christian Academy (GCA)Rams a 68-66 victory over the Harriman Blue Devils for the District 3A championship Wednesday at Tellico Plains High School.
    Blue Devil Hayden Bingham missed a game-tying shot at the buzzer, sending his team into the region quarterfinals against Coalfield Saturday at Harriman High School.