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Today's Sports

  • Lady Waves advance to 3-A title...

    After dropping both games against the Tellico Plains Lady Bears in the regular season, the Midway Lady Green Wave provided the first big upset of the District 3-A postseason Saturday night when Jon Leffew’s squad downed the Lady Bears 61-58 in overtime of the tournament’s semifinals at Midway Middle School.

  • Lady 'Cats advance to region

    In what was an expected match-up on the final night of the District 4-A Tournament, but in the consolation game instead of for a district title, the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats had to fight off a late rally from the Coalfield Lady Jackets to compose themselves and capture a 58-44 win to get a No. 3 seed in the upcoming Region 2-A Tournament. 

  • Blue Devils to play for district...

    When the Harriman Blue Devils played at Rockwood on Jan. 4, the result was a demoralizing 72-46 beat down at the hands of the Tigers.

    Monday night, however, the Blue Devils looked like a different team, and the result was also different as Wes Jones’ squad knocked off the Tigers 57-51 in the semifinal round of the District 3-A Tournament at Midway Middle School.

  • Poor quarter dooms Kingston

    The Kingston Lady Jackets were looking for their second win over the Stone Memorial Lady Panthers in the span of three days Thursday night in the opening round of the District 4-AA Tournament at Roane County High School. 

  • Lady Devils handle Greenback in...

    The Lady Cherokees of Greenback came into Harriman Thursday night to battle it out against the Lady Blue Devils  in the District 3-A Tournament opener. Greenback would leave with their season over, however, as the Lady Blue Devils came out fast and never looked back, cruising to a 50-37 victory. 

  • Lady Waves end Rockwood’s season...

    For the third time in the last 10 days, the Midway Lady Green Waves and the Rockwood Lady Tigers met in a basketball game. The difference in this game was it was a District 3-A Tournament game with the winner moving on while the loser would see their season come to an end.

  • Kingston drops regular season...

    For a little more than three quarters last week it appeared that the Kingston Yellow Jackets might upset District 4-AA champion Stone Memorial in their own gym, but the Panthers held on and pulled away down the stretch for a 68-53 victory.

  • Bobcats stun Indians in 4-A...

    By BEN GARRETT

    Independent Herald

    In what will likely go down as the biggest upset of the District 4-A postseason, No. 6 Oliver Springs stunned No. 3 Oneida Thursday with a 65-47 win at Oneida.

  • Go pink and get in free to Roane...

    Fans who wear pink to Roane State Community College basketball games on Feb. 16 will be admitted free to raise awareness about breast cancer.

    The Roane State women play Cleveland State at 5 p.m. in the gym on the college’s main campus. The men’s game follows at 7.

    Cancer survivors will be admitted free and recognized during halftimes. Arts in Motion dancers and Roane State music students will perform.

  • Cornellison, Nunley lead Lady...

    Kingston’s duo of Haley Cornellison and Sydney Nunley combined for 44 points and 25 rebounds Tuesday in leading the Lady Jackets to a 67-60 victory at Stone Memorial. 

    The meeting would be the first of two this week. The second took place last night (Thursday) in the opening round of the District 4-AA Tournament being played at Kingston.