Today's Sports

  • Kingston splits with Loudon

    Kingston head coach Colt Narramore faced his former squad from Loudon for the first time Tuesday night in an emotional contest between the Redskins and Jackets.

    When the dust had settled, the Redskins weren’t able to knock off their former coach as Kingston picked up a 58-56 victory in overtime.

  • Tigers rebound from loss

    Tellico Plains came into Rockwood Tuesday night and set the tone early in the first game against the Lady Tigers, but the Bears were up-ended as the Tigers came away with a close win in the boys game. 

     The Lady Tigers lost, 50-12, and the Tigers won by a final of 43-40.

  • Waves, Devils suffer setbacks

    Tuesday night was a rough night for Midway’s and Harriman’s basketball teams as both suffered sweeps.

    Midway’s losses came at District 3-A opponent Grace Christian while Harriman dropped a pair of non district home games against Wartburg.

  • Mt. Pisgah picks up split

    The Mt. Pisgah Christian Academy Patriots traveled to Apostolic Christian School Tuesday and picked up a split against the Eagles.

    The Lady Patriots took he floor first and cruised to a 57-41 victory, but the boys weren’t as fortunate as they dropped a 65-60 decision.

  • OSMS splits with Coalfield

    The Oliver Springs Middle School Lady Bobcats used 15 points from Sarah Channell to help guide them to a thrilling 42-39 triumph Monday evening over the Coalfield Lady Jackets. 

  • Franklin signs with Carson-Newman

    Roane State Community College sophomore basketball player Jassmine Franklin has signed to play for Carson-Newman College next season.

  • Bobcats roll past Oakdale

    It might have been dreary outside, but all was good inside Terry L. Hacker Gymnasium Tuesday night for the Oliver Springs Bobcats and Lady ‘Cats as both teams cruised to wins over visiting Oakdale.

  • Sandhill crane festival set for...

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will be among organizations set to host the 2013 Tennessee Sandhill Crane Festival to be held on Jan. 19-20 at the Hiwassee Refuge and in the community of Birchwood. This will be the 22nd anniversary for the event which will run from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. each day.

  • Lady 'Cats suffer first...

    If you were at John Jackson Memorial Gym in Coalfield Friday night you received your money’s worth as the Coalfield Lady Jackets used a furious rally to stun the seventh ranked Lady ‘Cats of Oliver Springs then the Coalfield boys held off a late charge from Oliver Springs to snap a three-game district losing streak.

  • Lady Patriots fall, 68-48

    In a girls only affair, the Mt. Pisgah Christian Academy Lady Patriots were overpowered by Olivia Johnson and Hixson’s Berean Academy Lady Eagles, 68-48.