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Today's Sports

  • East Tennessee Sportswriters Poll

    CLASS 1A

    1. Greenback (6-0) 59 (11 1st place votes)

    2. Coalfield (5-0) 51 (1)

  • Garton receives TWRA award

    Ray Garton has been named the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) Wildlife Officer of the Year for the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (SEAFWA).

    The winner of the award was announced by Darren Rider, TWRA Boating and Law Enforcement Division Chief.

  • Ellis makes good on bet
  • MMS knocks off Oliver Springs

    A number of factors have contributed to the Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats problems this season. Injuries have sidelined several players, and last Thursday, Midway took advantage of the Bobcats problems and rolled to their fifth win of the year, 32-0.

  • MMS knocks off Oliver Springs

    A number of factors have contributed to the Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats problems this season. Injuries have sidelined several players, and last Thursday, Midway took advantage of the Bobcats problems and rolled to their fifth win of the year, 32-0.

  • Lady Tigers blank Harriman, 10-0

    To quote the old Survivor song, the Rockwood Lady Tigers soccer program had the "eye of the tiger" en route to a 10-0 triumph over the Harriman Lady Blue Devils Thursday evening. 

  • Cherokee rolls over Clinton, 46-8

    Coming into last Thursday's game, Cherokee Middle School boasted an undefeated record and was trying to make it 7-0 against Clinton. The Jackets were also looking to keep the undefeated streak going from last year’s 9-0 Clinch Valley Championship team. The Jackets kept the streak going as they cruised to a 46-8 victory behind star running back Maurice Lane.

  • Bobcats storm past short-handed...

    When Harriman Middle School head coach Baron Tapp headed to Wartburg last Thursday night, he was expecting a close battle with the Bulldogs. What he got, however, was an impressive 50-6 victory over a Wartburg team that had been decimated by injuries.

  • O'Neal remembered by table...

    Tracy O'Neal didn't play table tennis long  at the Kingston Table Tennis Club, but he did leave a lasting legacy.

  • Tigers, Devils prepare for round...

    When it comes to high school football rivalries, it’s hard to top Harriman and Rockwood.

    The two teams started playing in 1921 and have been playing every year since 1923, which makes the annual meeting between the Tigers and Blue Devils the state’s longest consecutive running rivalry.

    Friday night at Civitan Field marks the 93rd meeting between to old foes, and this year’s battle is important as ever as both teams are looking to remain alive in the District 3-A race.