Today's Sports

  • Mt. Pisgah knocks off Maryville...

    The Mt. Pisgah Christian Academy Patriots hosted Maryville Christian Tuesday and picked up a split against the Eagles and Lady Eagles.

    In the girls game, Mt. Pisgah held a three-point lead after three periods of play, but couldn’t hold on down the stretch as Maryville Christian picked up a 53-44 victory.

  • Lady 'Cats take control of...

    The Oliver Springs girls and Wartburg boys stayed in control of District 4-A with impressive wins Tuesday night.

    The Lady ‘Cats downed Wartburg 54-41 in the first game of the evening, and that win gives Michelle Christopher’s squad a two-game lead in district play.

  • Rockwood picks up road split

    The Rockwood Tigers and Oakdale Lady Eagles used a similar path to victory Tuesday night as both survived a low scoring first half before picking up the pace offensively in the second half on their way to easy victories.
    The Lady Eagles took the floor first and picked up a 41-21 victory and that was followed by Rockwood’s boys knocking off the home team, 74-42.
    Both teams return to action Friday night. Rockwood travels to Tellico Plains for a District 3-A contest while Oakdale hosts Wartburg in a District 4-A battle.
    Girls Game

  • Midway stumbles on road

    The Midway Green Wave and Lady Waves made the long trip to Tellico Plains Tuesday night, but the trip was not a good one as the Bears and Lady Bears took both games from Midway.
    The girls game would see the Lady Bears grab a big early lead and cruise to a 61-46 victory. The second game of the evening was a barn burner as overtime was needed for Tellico Plains to pick up a 56-55 victory.
    Midway will look to rebound from the tough losses Friday night when they host Harriman.
    Girls Game

  • Rockwood, Midway battle in...

    The Rockwood Middle Tigers and the Midway Middle Green Waves played Monday night.
    In the boys game, the Tigers and Green Waves turned in a barn burner that Midway pulled out in overtime, 46-42.
    In the opening girls game, Rockwood pulled away for a 35-11 win over the Lady Waves.
    Both teams will be in action again on Monday as Midway travels to Lenoir City while Rockwood hosts Wartburg.
    Girls Game
    Rockwood head coach Jeff Allen may have broke a little sweat in the first half against Midway. His Lady Tigers missed a lot of shots and led only 8-2 at the end of one.

  • Freels excited about Border Bowl

    When Rockwood’s Hayden Freels walked off the field following a 27-19 loss at Boyd-Buchanan, it appeared that the senior TE/DE had played his last game as a high school football player.

  • Bobcats split with Tigers

    The Oliver Springs Lady 'Cats left the Sunbright Lady Tigers in a "purple haze" as the Lady 'Cats tacked on an emphatic 55-17 win Friday evening. 

  • Morton honored by RCHS
  • Streaking Tigers roll past...

    The Rockwood Tigers ran their winning streak to seven straight Friday night with an impressive 72-46 victory over Harriman at Dr. Tom W. Evans Gymnasium.

    Rockwood improved to 10-2 with the victory, and they also avenged an earlier 55-48 loss at Harriman.

  • Tornadoes sweep Kingston

    The Tornadoes of Alcoa came to Kingston Friday night and took both games from the Jackets.