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Today's Sports

  • Lady Waves bomb Greenback, 15-0

     

    After a 21-1 win at Greenback six days earlier, the Midway Lady Green Waves completed the season sweep with a 15-0 win Wednesday at Midway.

    Midway improved to 10-4 overall and remained perfect at 4-0 in District 3-A. 

  • Tigers split with Grace Christian

     

    The much-anticipated battle between traditional District 3-A powers Rockwood and Grace Christian Academy did little to change the district standings as the Rams and Tigers split a doubleheader in Rockwood last week.

    Grace Christian flexed its muscles by taking a 13-4 victory in game on, but Rockwood rebounded nicely in game two with a 6-4 victory.

  • Harriman, Kingston suffer...

     

    One bad inning cost both the Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets and Harriman Lady Blue Devils Thursday evening as both lost district contests.

    In District 3-A, Harriman was tied 0-0 heading into the fifth inning at Meigs County, but the Lady Tigers exploded for seven runs in the bottom of the inning to take a 9-2 victory over the Lady Devils.

  • Tigers battle Golden Eagles to 2...

     

    Despite the best efforts of the Rockwood Tigers, the best they could muster against the Rhea County Golden Eagles was a 2-2 tie Thursday night at Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex in Rockwood. 

    In the first half, the lone goal was scored by the Golden Eagles. 

  • Jackets hammer Redskins, 15-5

     

    By JACE GREENE

    Roane Newspapers

  • Jones fires perfect game past...

     

    Oliver Springs junior Courtney Jones wasn’t just good in Thursday evening’s match-up against Rockwood, she was perfect as the right-handed ace tossed a perfect game with 14 strikeouts in leading the Lady ’Cats to a 9-0 victory over the Lady Tigers at Arrowhead Park.

  • TaoVBB season opens Saturday

     The Tennessee Association of Vintage Base Ball (TaoVBB) is proud to bring vintage-era barehanded base ball back to Tennessee for a second season while observing the rules and customs of the 1860s.

  • Roberts fires no-hitter in...

     

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats left the Jellico Blue Devils jealous with envy as Tony Kegley’s squad took home a dominant 14-1 win Tuesday evening. 

  • Patriots fall at Maryville
  • Alcoa takes two from Kingston

    Learning how to win close games often takes time for a young team and that’s what the Kingston Yellow Jackets are finding out, as earlier this week Bruce Robinette’s squad dropped a pair of close to decisions against Alcoa.

    Without a senior on the roster, the Jackets lost at home on Tuesday, 3-0, and that was followed on Wednesday with Alcoa winning in extra innings, 11-10.

    Tuesday’s Game